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  • Reply to: Iron Age Chariot Axle Offers A Rare Example of Prehistoric Technology   2 hours 49 min ago
    Comment Author: Pete Wagner

    The question is, how did they perform the carbon-dating?  To do it right, they would have to get the sample from the very center of the wood piece, not the surface.  We know they tend to date objects from the surfaces and sediments, which is really a meaningless or deceptive way to do it.  But I guess it is possible, however unlikely, that the piece sunk down there and remained somewhat integral.  But at some point somebody in the industry will ‘float out’ the theory that there was a pre-Ice Age civilization up there that was decimated by the Atlantis event, and rapidly-following Ice Age.

  • Reply to: Six Abandoned Cities and Their Haunting Histories   3 hours 21 min ago
    Comment Author: Pete Wagner

    Interesting.  The elevated sites are almost certainly all pre-Ice Age constructions, back when those regions were lush, with sea level much higher, not rocky barrens like now.  You wouldn’t do all that work in a locale that doesn’t support farms/agriculture, and without a good, fresh-water source.  The ones partially submerged would have been constructed (by Atlantean era survivors) early in the Ice Age, say 100k to 40k BC, when seas were lower (bigger ice caps than now).

  • Reply to: Iron Age Chariot Axle Offers A Rare Example of Prehistoric Technology   4 hours 19 min ago
    Comment Author: Gary Manners

    You might be right on that Pete, but this was found in a waterlogged pit, not a bog.

  • Reply to: Iron Age Chariot Axle Offers A Rare Example of Prehistoric Technology   14 hours 32 min ago
    Comment Author: Pete Wagner

    It’s NOT possible for wood from the Iron Age to have sunk down into a bog, been preserved and still exist.  Bogs were created at the start of the Ice Age (circa 115k BC), when plant matter died/buried/submerged quickly, before the oxygen and bacteria could decompose it.  They need to come up with another explanation.

  • Reply to: Ancient Medicinal Mint Has Untapped Potential, New Research Reveals   16 hours 3 min ago
    Comment Author: Cataibh

    Any plant species which is not full of poisons will likely be eaten to extinction by all manner of insects etc. All medicines are poisons, with the only distinction being dose rate and need. Herbal medicines are a far cry, though, from the pharmaceutical industry, as much of the latter is predicated on the need for constantly ill people and controlled people, and even on the Occultic desire for killing people which is entrenched within industry leadership.

    However. as all that's too scary, let's leave it for the next generation... Except there won't be much of a next generation. The mRNA Covid vaccines are a mass sterilisation tool. The pathetic chatter from reactionary conspiracy theorists that all, not merely some, of the Covid vaccinated would be dead by now was encouraged by the forces behind the vaccinations as a smokescreen for the real threat, which is genocide through infertility. This is a much safer option for the genocidal maniacs behind it all, as the chance of them being rumbled is very low. Those who think they know and are resisting are often just kidding themselves. As such, they serve a very useful purpose to the whole genocidal scheme without even realising it. However deluded they are, at least they're trying, though.

    The vast majority by contrast, live in blissful ignorance, unprepared to function fully as adults with fully adult responsibility. In short, they're happy to be like a mint without the smell - ridiculously vulnerable. That's because they lack the courage to try and protect themselves, let alone do so for future generations.

  • Reply to: Citizen Scientists Find Over 1,000 Burial Mounds in Dutch Countryside   18 hours 32 min ago
    Comment Author: Pete Wagner

    Pre-Ice Age earthen dome dwellings, where the occupants succumbed quickly, probably in the lethal atmosphere created by the Atlantis event, circa 115k – adding the zero back to Plato’s timeline.  Of course, if they had constructed Atlantis (now the dry valley of the Richat Structure), they were also forging metals.  We call it the Bronze Age for all the non-ferrous implements that were found when people re-entered/resettled the ruins.  All the iron implements, like the big wagons for hauling the stone blocks, had all rusted away.

  • Reply to: Why do Ice Ages occur? A New Paradigm Shift on a Prehistoric Problem   1 day 4 hours ago
    Comment Author: Pete Wagner

    Another theory has it that the last Ice Age was the only one of that magnitude, and it was caused suddenly by the even that Plato described that destroyed Atlantis (and left ruins on all continents), circa 115k BC, adding the zero back to his timeline.  Before that event, Earth overall was much warmer, and there were NO ice caps, and thus seas were hundreds of feet HIGHER than today.  The Richat Structure (Mauritania), was a concentric-ringed island in an estuary, perfectly fitting Plato’s description of Atlantis.  So, it would seem that we are still, gradually, heading back to those pre-Ice Age conditions, where much of humanity lived either along the coasts, cooled by the seas, or underground in cool caverns, ...where their bones and implements of life are still being found.  

  • Reply to: Research Reveals New Link In Australasian and South American Ancestry   1 day 4 hours ago
    Comment Author: Pete Wagner

    Just a side bar:  Before the Ice Age, there were NO polar ice caps, and seas were hundreds of feet higher than today.  This is THE SCIENCE. So how can they say the Ice Age is over?  No, we’re still coming out of it!

  • Reply to: Mystery Ancient Handprint Discovered in Jerusalem, the City of God   1 day 11 hours ago
    Comment Author: andyoclover

    Has any stonemason examined this curious feature?Any signs of tool marks?What possible tool would have been used to create this?

  • Reply to: 11,000-Year-Old Human Remains Found in British Cave   1 day 18 hours ago
    Comment Author: Pete Wagner

    “Furthermore, the archaeologists recovered “stone tools, pottery, and shell beads ” from the Cumbria cave. Of particular interest was a tiny periwinkle shell bead. This informed the researchers that the cave’s inhabitants had access to coastal marine resources."

    The only way people could have survived the Ice Age up there, would be living in caves and subsisting from the seas.

  • Reply to: Are the Misty Peaks of the Azores Remnants of the Legendary Atlantis?   1 day 18 hours ago
    Comment Author: Pete Wagner

    You can find evidence of an Atlantean era occupation on both the Azores and the Canaries.  But neither was Atlantis.  Atlantis was what is now the Richat Structure, in Mauritania.  From satellite view, you can still see the concentric circles described by Plato’s account.  What trips people up is that a zero was removed from Plato’s timeline, which turned his very accurate account of Atlantis (despite a dubiously missing page or two) from an event that happened 115k BC, to one that could NOT have happened in 11.5k BC.  You have to understand that the event that destroyed Atlantis and other places (leaving ruins in the Indus Valley, Levant, and all around the Med, AND globally!), suggests a nuclear bombing of sorts – although Earthlings could not have understood the (alien?) technology back then, and thus called it earthquakes and volcanoes.  This was a global event that precipitated the SUDDEN emergence of the Ice Age.  Before the Ice Age, there were no ice caps, and seas were hundreds of feet higher.  The Richat Structure at that time was within an inland sea/estuary, which perfectly fits Plato’s description.  The stone in that region (Atlas mountains) was as Plato described, in colors of red, black and white.  The areas of Sumer, Indus Valley, the Levant, and all around the Med and other places (all Atlantean era culture), was similar coastal megalith stone construction (just less impressive than Atlantis), but all thereafter just bones and ruins in dry deserts, ...until areas were resettled and invaded by the black-headed people, who looted it all (called the Bronze Age for all the bronze tools that were found), and built around the big stone ruins with mud bricks.  

  • Reply to: Are the Misty Peaks of the Azores Remnants of the Legendary Atlantis?   1 day 19 hours ago
    Comment Author: Cataibh

    The sentence "Even the map the Jesuit polymath Athanasius Kircher claims to have found in the Vatican Library..." could be rewritten as "Even the map the Jesuit (typically requiring a posthumous polygraph like all of his immediate ilk) Athanasius Kircher claims to have found in the Vatican Library...

  • Reply to: Are the Misty Peaks of the Azores Remnants of the Legendary Atlantis?   1 day 21 hours ago
    Comment Author: George Metaxas

    Plato doesn’t mention of pyramids in Atlantis. These are Cayce’s ideas.

  • Reply to: Complete Ancient Roman-Era City Discovered Near Luxor Temple in Egypt   1 day 23 hours ago
    Comment Author: Pete Wagner

    Thank you, my enlightened friend.  And yes, maybe I’m wrong on a lot.  We don’t know, the points are ignored, never seriously discussed.

  • Reply to: Complete Ancient Roman-Era City Discovered Near Luxor Temple in Egypt   2 days 1 hour ago
    Comment Author: IronicLyricist

    I dont always agree with pete.. but his pointing out of inconsistency is a mark of a truthseeker.. noone should be censored.. especially not when they make good points

  • Reply to: Complete Ancient Roman-Era City Discovered Near Luxor Temple in Egypt   2 days 1 hour ago
    Comment Author: IronicLyricist

    Can i possibly allow this individual to express their opinion of potential truth without being mocked or derided as all past true paradigm changing scientists were even tho im sick of that opinion shoved in my face? Yes?? Cool

  • Reply to: Ancient Crusader Battle Campsite Discovered in Israel Is a First   2 days 2 hours ago
    Comment Author: Pete Wagner

    “The team also discovered a large quantity of ‘aristocratic artifacts’—gilded buckles and hairpins, manufactured in the European style and probably used by knights and other elite members of the Crusader armies. Although all of the troops at the time fought loosely under the Frankish king, they did not serve in a centralized army. Disparate groups of knights came together for battle, each with its own camp and each under its own commander."

    Maybe like said by that tiktok girl, with a degree in archaeology, who was mercilessly trolled and attacked into silence - when she wondered out loud if Rome really existed (because there is a odd absence of documentation), the Crusades are also just some literary fiction ...to cover up what really happened there, before the Ice Age hit (circa 115k BC, adding the zero back to Plato’s timeline), and upon the arrival of the black-headed people?  Would they?  Could they?  Look at Roman Catholicism in general.  Is there any non-sense or deception there?  Was there an era where real history was broadly replaced by institution-serving fiction/religion?  Or are we still in that era?

  • Reply to: Complete Ancient Roman-Era City Discovered Near Luxor Temple in Egypt   2 days 2 hours ago
    Comment Author: Pete Wagner

    Well, you don’t have to read it.

    But think about it, my friend.  There's a huge sea of dubious theories and nonsensical explanations that the institution (and naive academics) have given us, a huge messy house of cards that goes way, way back.  So a growing number of people like me want to provide a necessary, scientific counter-argument, for purposes of discussion and validation, ...however yet swamped within the big dubious matrix ...with all its contributors and care-takers.

    But okay, maybe there SHOULD be a ‘block user’ feature here, at this great site AO - best one around for all the latest on the ancient, ...maybe along with consideration to tone down the sidebar scripts that can slow down one's laptop.

     

  • Reply to: Complete Ancient Roman-Era City Discovered Near Luxor Temple in Egypt   2 days 9 hours ago
    Comment Author: Muller_death_korner
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    Can someone please tell me how I block this know it all Pete Wagner? I'm sick of him.

  • Reply to: Complete Ancient Roman-Era City Discovered Near Luxor Temple in Egypt   2 days 14 hours ago
    Comment Author: Pete Wagner

    It’s not plausible that construction like that would be abandoned and buried like that in just 1.8k years.  What historian of that day mentions the place?  Again, almost certainly another Atlantean era ruin, destroyed circa 115k BC (start of the Ice Age), adding the zero back to Plato’s timeline.

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