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the genesis of civilization

Discussion in 'BFD' started by Days, Jan 5, 2016.

  1. Days

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    Lathe Turned Stone Housewares (Link)

    Now, think about this. According to the caveman fantasy, the further you go back, the more man turns into an ape. So, if the classical period only had copper chisels and were completely unable to do the work, according to their timeline, the only people who could have done the work would be the finest stone lathe workers in the 21st century.

    Obviously, the stone work was pre-flood and it was done with machinery and high technology. Same for those 20-50 ton stone boxes with lids lying all over Egypt. Same for the cut block hard stone used in the king's chamber... at the very least they were cut with diamond saws at the quarry and then transported 600 miles to the site... the classical period could not have done either.

    It goes on and on and on; bogus lies taught as higher learning. It's a cover up.
     
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  2. Jen

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    It seems religious leaders as well as political leaders would be part of that lie.
     
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    religious leaders are behind it and it has nothing to do with being literalists, they flat out want the masses ignorant. You know it was illegal for the masses to read the Bible, the religionists wanted them completely dumb, so dumb, that they wouldn't get a single original thought, so dumb they would be immune to that holy spirit thingie whatever it was...

    how about this... look at the finish on the stoneware and on the boxes and their lids... modern man has no idea how ancient ancient man made those finishes. They still shine after tens of thousands of years. Some kind of chemical? We have no idea. Our best stone finishes might last 300 years, but most go dull in 10-30 years. The list goes on and on and on, everywhere you look, high technology and knowledge further advanced than we are at today. There's a stone cylinder erected in the center of St Petersburg square... no one knows where or when it was made, it is very hard stone turned on a lathe, it is absolutely perfect top to bottom and it has a beautiful finish. They made a gorgeous obelisk out of it, but who ever had a stone lathe this big and diamond cutting tools to match and the finish!


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    This is work on the same scale and expertise as quarrying the Grand Canyon, this was the heyday of the stone Age whenever that was... probably back in the time of neanderthal man, and they certainly were not half ape living like animals in forests and caves. They strip mined the whole earth, they laser cut mined everywhere... they left us places like Petra, and modern science tries to tell us that Petra was cut out by the nomads living there in the 4th century. Never mind it was laser cut mining, and the nomads did absolutely zero of that, never mind how completely ridiculous it is, we get told completely stupid and totally ridiculous lies all so they can cover up for their caveman fantasy. It goes on and on and on, the whole earth is full of evidence that the caveman fantasy is totally wrong.
     
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    turn to the back page of this link...
    Was this the work of half ape cavemen living in animal skins and chewing on bones by camp fires?



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    What can we say about the builders?


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    Casing block joint,
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    north side of
    Great Pyramid.




      • They had tube drills - drill bits and the machinery to hold them steady and apply rotational torque.
      • They had saws that would cut granite with ease and precision.
      • They had the ability to sculpt the hardest of rocks.
      • They were accomplished at finishing granite in situ - after a block had been placed in a wall or on the surface of a pyramid.
      • They had the ability to cut, level and polish granite to a sophisticated degree of flatness.
      • They had lathes that would turn and polish granite, schist, basalt, etc (in ways we have not duplicated).
      • They had the means to cut extremely accurate parallel limestone joints with remarkable flatness over large surface areas - 35 sq.ft.or more, and apparently had mastered the technique before beginning the casing of the Great Pyramid at Giza.
      • They had the knowledge and technology to consistently lift, exactly maneuver and delicately place enormous weights of stone.
      • They had the means and motivation to quarry and move millions of stone blocks.
      • They had the administrative skill and wealth to organize enormous multi-generational public works and all that they require:
        • very long term planning and project continuity
        • the commitment of many generations of craftsmen: from youthful apprenticeship through retirement from the workforce.
        • the commitment of the entire family related to the craftsmen - these projects were long term and the workers must have lived nearby as part of a sizable 'pyramid construction town'
        • many generations of capable personnel: from leadership through executive designers to journeymen masters, craftsmen, labourers and support staff - tens of thousands of people training for years, and working together as a cohesive workforce for many decades. The pyramid builders of ancient Egypt seemed to have achieved the implementation of the largest, most ambitious and most long term engineering and construction program in the history of mankind.
        These massive projects would include all facets of civil engineering, architecture, surveying, multilevel and multifaceted personnel management, physical infrastructure, materials management, etc. Initially, they would have to have been preceded by the appearance of a leadership so effective, that the undertaking of such immense programs and all the sacrifices they entailed, would have been possible to initiate.


        By what steps did they arrive at such a sophisticated political, organizational and technical stage of cultural development?
     
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    The thing is that it is almost impossible to sort out lie from truth on any of this since anyone who might think they know "truth" might also be believing a lie.

    As a side note, every place I see pictures of the Vatican Obelisk (and I have been there on more than a few occasions) it is not a cylinder. I can't find any record of it as a cylinder. Yet, here is your picture. Can you give me some explanation or background for this?

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    The obelisk I pointed at is in St Petersburg - in mother Russia - not St Peter's square.

    The stone cylinder is one piece, lathe turned, absolutely perfectly round, and beautifully finished. It was stolen from ancient ruins and brought to the famous square in St Petersburg... where they made a gorgeous monument out of it.

    Even though you ask Google for St Petersburg, it kicks out results for St Peters square... because Google works on the most searches. Did you mean St Peter's square?
    Because nobody searches for the obelisk at St Petersburg, who cares about that tube of stone? Apparently nobody.

    The Obelisk in the Palace Square – St Petersburg, Russia

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    The Alexander Column is the tallest monument of its type in the world.

    The column is a single piece of red granite (hardness #8) ...
    83 1/2 feet long and 11 1/2 feet in diameter. It weighs 661 tons.
     
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    So, this post of mine was put up Tuesday. On Friday, 3 days after - and this video was put up only yesterday - Brien Foerster comes out with a virtual Guide to Petra... the real Mecca. You can readily see that Petra is very ancient and it was a giant complex seven miles long. I loved it when Brien referred to the worship shapes as "localized gods prior to the time of Abrahamic religions" (4 minutes, 5 seconds mark). So you can see the kind of spiritual experience Mohammed had growing up in such a place.



    Your Virtual Guide To Ancient Megalithic Petra In Jordan
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    Brien Foerster
    Published on Sep 6, 2019
     
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