The Renaissance Rediscovered Greece: Is The 'Net Reformation Doing the Same for Lost Civilizations?
The Pyramid Code is a documentary that explores the pyramid fields and ancient temples in Egypt as well as ancient megalithic sites around the world looking for clues to matriarchal consciousness, ancient knowledge and sophisticated technology in a Golden Age. It's based on the extensive research done in 25 trips to Egypt and 51 other countries around the world by Dr. Carmen Boulter formerly from the Graduate Division of Educational Research at the University of Calgary in Canada. – Pyramidcode.com
Dominant Social Theme: The pyramids are tombs, Tesla traveled down the wrong scientific paths and the Internet Reformation sounds like a bad wiring job.
Free-Market Analysis: This is a very interesting – and lengthy – video that provides us with yet further parallels between the Gutenberg press and what we call the Internet Reformation.
The Renaissance, also partially spawned by the Gutenberg press, revealed the wisdom of the ancients, particularly Greek and Roman civilizations. This had a dramatic effect on modern human history, as it reintroduced science and the various intellectual disciplines surrounding it to Western civilizations.
The power elite of the time, forced to take a step back, invented democracy and began to extend further tentacles of control via the newly discovered black art of money printing. False flags (like the initial Reformation itself) became prevalent and a tiny group of people discovered – or reaffirmed – their destiny as rulers of One World.
But that was then. And as then, the elites are facing a reduction of clout despite their best strategic efforts. Just as before, they are even losing control of their false flags (see various Occupy movements). The quasi-nightmare of the Gutenberg press is being relived by an elite that apparently has no more idea of how to handle the efflorescing knowledge of the Internet than it knew what to do with freshly printed books 600 years ago. (For a while the Catholic Church wanted to license them. Sound familiar?)
Anyway, history repeats and cycles reoccur ... human ones anyway, and are often magnified. What it seems the Internet Reformation is doing is revealing previous "high" civilizations that existed 10,000 years ago, or even 20,000 or 30,000 years ago. Graham Hancock, the British author, is partially responsible, as he spent much of his professional life investigating the idea that at least one ancient high civilization was drowned in melting ice some 11,000 years ago.
Actually, the melting may have been accomplished by a huge comet that exploded over Canada – wiping out mega-fauna, melting prevalent glaciers and drowning the world in water. This is where pre-history records the beginning of the "flood myth." Only it probably wasn't a myth. And as Hancock has publicized, there are mysterious off-coast drowned structures that may be ancient cities, monuments or other sorts of ruins.
One such drowned – and recently discovered – city is perhaps the ancient metropolis of Dwarka, recently observed off the coast of western India. This is the city where Krishna, the holiest of Indian deities, is said to have come from.
If the manger where Jesus Christ was born was rediscovered, that would be news that would sweep the world. But discover the drowned, ancient city from where the most holy Hindu godhead ruled and there is hardly a stir in the worldwide press.
Actually, given the paradigm that we work with, this makes sense. The power elite that wants to rule the world (in our humble view) needs to maintain the singular dominant social theme that this is "the best of all possible worlds."
Human history must be seen as a slog from the preliterate Neolithic to its current greatness. It is to end in that most desirable of all formulations, world government. People are never to question – and the mainstream press is never to report on – the idea that our current "civilization" is not the penultimate expression of primate perfection.
And yet ... perhaps it is not.
This video, above, is one of an emergent variety that provides us with a sounder scientific basis for understanding civilizations that might have come before. Put aside some sentimental talk about matriarchies and "taking care of the planet" and you're left with a fairly astonishing synthesis of many intriguing ideas that have been percolating on the Internet.
For us, the main point of the video – a brilliant one – was the way it tied together three of our occasional preoccupations, ancient Egypt, Nikola Tesla and the electrical universe.
It was, in fact, Tesla who reintroduced the idea of electricity as a ubiquitous energy – more utile for human purposes than gravity. It is to The Pyramid Code's great credit that its producers explain how the Great Pyramids themselves may have operated according to Tesla's principles thousands of years ago.
And by the way ... we are grateful to the producers of this video, as well, for entering into some fairly arcane speculation without once mentioning the word "alien" or indicating that ancient peoples were the size of biblical giants.
This video is basically grounded in modern Western science (as we understand it), though as it lengthens, some "new age" stuff begins to creep in. But that's okay. Hancock himself has traveled in that direction and it must be admitted that the "ancients," whoever they were, and their cultures had shamanistic preoccupations. Valid ones, perhaps.
We won't try to summarize the entire video but we want to hit a couple of high points in case people don't have three hours to sit through a YouTube production. The main point is that dozens of pyramids were built on the Nile but until recently nobody understood the significance of their distribution because the Nile has migrated many miles away. The last time that the Nile tracked the position of the pyramids was back about – are you ready for this? ... 35,000 years ago.
And that seems to be how old ancient Egyptian civilization is. This tracks, somewhat, ancient Indian texts as well. It's not a joke. It's not "far out." It's based on evidence – in the case of Egyptian civilization, on the location of ancient riverbeds.
The video shows us what we already know, that ancient Egypt had power tools, light bulbs and mechanisms for lifting 100-ton rocks lost to us today. This also makes sense. We work with metallurgy. The ancients worked with rock, which conducted natural electricity – different technologies for different eras. But the ancients also worked with diamond-studded blades, apparently built flying machines and, if the Vedas are to be believed, traveled to the moon.
The Sphinx, given its water-weathering (in a place where rain has not fallen for 10,000 years), is perhaps as old as 20,000-30,000 years. The pyramids are just as old – though they may not have started out as pyramids but as ancient, sacred enclosures or monuments, etc.
The multi-hued and beautifully coated pyramids may well have been created to produce some sort of electricity using the Earth's telluric currents. Some of the pyramids are situated in places where earthen currents crisscross and various ancient monuments like Stonehenge are apparently located in similar environments, at least according to the video.
Additionally, the chambers in certain pyramids were dedicated to health care and were designed to pick up the harmonics of the Nile and river water rushing beneath in carven caverns. Health-seekers found their way to these harmonic hallways deep inside certain pyramids and the aural force helped cure them.
All this is related in the video by a very aged Egyptian – trained as a Western archeologist but steeped in the folklore of Egyptians who live and work around the pyramids and the Nile. Hey, we'll take oral history any day. It's been proven accurate, as Schliemann found out when he discovered Troy.
The video also points out that modern Egypt is gradually closing off its monuments and even its museums to the general public. Additionally, satellite photos show a number of fairly extensive ancient sites that Egyptian authorities have not even bothered to investigate or excavate.
The video makes the case that just as the "real" story of Egypt is beginning to emerge, those with a vested interest in a certain timeline and a certain perspective are trying to make it more difficult for a more accurate narrative to form and be publicly disseminated.
Again, this is not surprising. Just in this past century, Royal Rife (1888-1971) invented a microscope that could identify bacteria and viruses, including ones that he claimed caused cancer. He then invented a "sound frequency machine" that killed them.
Today the Rife machine is the stuff of legends because it has been subjected to various bans. The same power elite that has thus made sure Egyptian-style aural healing is illegal has also ensured that Tesla's insights about telluric currents and their usefulness as a power source have never seen the light of day.
But perhaps a change is coming.
Much as Gutenberg ensured that Greek and Roman civilizations came to light after the advent of mechanical printing, so the advent of the Internet is perhaps bringing to light humankind's REAL pre-history. Overwhelmed, elite gatekeepers simply can't control the knowledge flow.
There is absolutely no reason to doubt the reality of ancient "high" civilizations. Humankind in its current, weary condition is said to be at least 50,000 years old and we supposedly emerged from Africa around that time. One didn't even have to cross any large bodies of water to settle Egypt.
Are we to believe that it took 45,000 years for human beings to clump together in cities? Are we really to believe that humans in all their gregariousness and creativity didn't settle down but kept "following the herds" for tens of thousands of years? Was farming that complicated?
The answer to all these questions is perhaps a resounding "no." Even adjusting for modern timeframes (ones that keep pushing the Neolithic back), the timeline from the first city to Rome is only about 3,000 years. And Rome was in a lot of ways pretty "modern."
Of course, as the video suggests, our modernity is more primitive than ancient Egypt's. We use five senses, for instance, but the ancient Egyptian narrator informs us that pre-history's high cultures used 360. And the most ancient (pre-Dynastic) Egyptians participated in what the Vedas call a Golden Age. The Indian Vedas also anticipated a "Dark Age" that we are currently living through.
In fact, we learn, ancient texts reveal "super years" that are composed of about 24,000 of our years. The current Dark Age was to reach its peak at the end of 2012, according to certain interpretations of the Mayan calendar. Henceforth, the darkness is to lift.
One can only hope.
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy. ~ Shakespeare's Hamlet
(Video from laurentpuechguirbal's YouTube user channel.)
Posted by mikef on 02/17/13 06:49 PM
As HP Lovecraft said:
"That cult would never die till the stars came right again, and the secret priests would take great Cthulhu from His tomb to revive His subjects and resume His rule of earth. The time would be easy to know, for then mankind would have become as the Great Old Ones; free and wild and beyond good and evil, with laws and morals thrown aside and all men shouting and killing and revelling in joy. Then the liberated Old Ones would teach them new ways to shout and kill and revel and enjoy themselves, and all the earth would flame with a holocaust of ecstasy and freedom. Meanwhile the cult, by appropriate rites, must keep alive the memory of those ancient ways and shadow forth the prophecy of their return."
Posted by Danny B on 01/18/13 11:23 PM
There are hundreds of pyramids worldwide. If you want to read the best investigation and explanation, you need to read "Seeds of Knowledge, Stones of Plenty"
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It is absolutely amazing and very well documented.
Did you know that the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan is insulated from the ground by a one foot layer of mica? The mica came from the southern U.S. 1200 miles away.
The book is a bit expensive but, well worth it.
The pyramids were used to generate electricity. I've been to the great Pyramid in Giza. It is built with conductive limestone and clad (formerly) in non-conductive limestone. It is speculated that it had a metallic meteor at it's apex.
Even today, you can charge a Leyden jar there.
"Dr J. Robert Oppenheimer was known to be familiar with ancient Sanskrit literature. In an interview conducted after he watched the first atomic test, he quoted from the Bhagavad Gita: "'Now I am become Death, the Destroyer of Worlds.' I suppose we all felt that way."
When asked in an interview at Rochester University seven years after the Alamogordo nuclear test whether that was the first atomic bomb ever to be detonated, his reply was, "Well, yes, in modern history." David Hatcher Childress in Nexus magazine"
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Some questions about a VERY old causeway
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The last ice age ended about 11,000 years ago. That accounts for all the submerged cities. The water rose. It is reckoned that the sea level would rise 300 ft. more if all the ice melted. Not a real big deal for the mountains but, it would wipe out a lot of coastal plains.
As far as the flood myth, there are extensive remnants of habitation on the seabed north of Britain. Also, the Mediterranean has dried up several times and re-flooded through the Pillars of Hercules at least three times.
We are well aware of mountain building but we generally ignore continental subsidence.
Reportedly, there is a film shot in Tibet that shows levitation of stones.
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Nassim has some great vids on ancient stonework.
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Thanks for the links. Aware that the Hindu scriptures travel back millions of years. But we're still trying to figure out the past 50,000 ...
Posted by Abu Aardvark on 01/17/13 04:34 AM
DB: "The "official" version of history generally uplifts elite goals and objectives. A "realer" version might not be so supportive ... "
"He who controls the past controls the future, and he who controls the present controls the past"
Posted by Leviathanfighter on 01/16/13 11:36 PM
This is a fine treatment of a vital subject of concern to everyone.
I have watched this video all the way through and I was fascinated, astonished
really. Power tools? Electric generation? That far back in time? That's amazing! I have the definite feeling that many more really great discoveries await us in Egypt, if only the elites would stay out of our way.
Our views of history must, of necessity, always be in danger of revision.
That's just good basic historiography.
But not for the elites. They crave a monolithic uniformity and conformity. They need these because of their vested interests. They can't afford the tentativeness and vacillation of the scholar about this, and they sure can't have major new discoveries upsetting decades, even centuries of scholarly work and received knowledge upon which they have based the justification for their running society the way they do.
My theory is that these discoveries of "lost civilizations" pose a grave
threat to the power elite and their memes and narratives about the history of civilization and the evolution of the state. Were news of such discoveries to spread and be understood by the general public, said public might begin to call into question the foundational principles of the state, heretofore taken for granted, and its elites which run it. This must not be allowed to happen.
Mainstream historians teach that pre-history and ancient history are basically settled affairs, for the most part lacking only in surface details, which, if revealed would flesh out the picture but would not change, fundamentally, our understanding of the nature of civilization or of the human race.
The power elite have placed themselves, the state, at the center of human evolution, the present version of the state being the most advanced and best version so far. One might go even further in this vein and theorize that if there were no state, there would be no civilization at all, but chaos, anarchy, division, and darkness. Thus, as you pointed out, the state must be "the best of all possible worlds." In fact, the elites seem to think that the state PRECEDED civilization, was its sine qua non, or cause of it. This just might be their greates lie of all.
Their paradigm must be protected and promoted AT ALL COSTS because they plan to create the ultimate of all states, the superstate, or "world government." It will be the culmination, the quintessence, of human civilization in the long evolution of the state.
Until recently, they have warded off all challengers to this interpretation of human history.
But is this really true? I have my doubts.
Who knows what sort of things could come of such discoveries? The stakes are much too high to leave these things to chance! The implications are earth-shaking, and have the potential to change completely our views of history, of civilization, and our place in it.
The power elite knows this and can be counted on to weigh in early with
attempts to get control of the expeditions and excavations, the better to
control the interpretations, narratives, and conclusions which will proceed
Regarding the closure of some of the Egyptian monuments and museums, I
understand that China also has large pyramids, but will not allow vistitors to get anywhere near most of them or take pictures of them, though a few photos have been snapped from afar. Much about them remains unknown. Many are unexcavated. Why? What are they afraid of?
Posted by camigda on 01/16/13 11:00 PM
Just finished watching this. Outstanding! Thanks DB!
Posted by dimitri on 01/16/13 08:37 PM
And another book elaborating on telluric currents and much more: "Common Wealth: The Origin of Sacred Sites and the Rebirth of Ancient Wisdom" by Freddy Silva.
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Posted by CelticFire69 on 01/16/13 01:15 PM
Y'all never cease to amaze and impress me!(In a good way, lol) I had thought I was one of the only lunatics that had read Hancock as well as many others and questioned not only the "official" history, but why "they" were so protective of it. Keep up the good work and look forward to the day we can share a beverage, cigar if you like, and some great conversation!
Posted by pragmatico on 01/16/13 11:37 AM
Here's another highly credible, recent book that expands on the same subject:
'Ancient Egypt 39,000 BCE' by Edward F. Malkowski
It talks about "the history, technology, and philosphy of Civilization X." Not shoddy stuff!
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Posted by Abu Aardvark on 01/16/13 11:29 AM
Very good, DB!
Please consider to boost the frequency when it comes to articles like this. Too many elite memes and control mechanisms depend on the official narrative of the advancement of human history - so this is very important.
Since there is no other publication I'm aware of that displays the skills and wariness to feature these kind of articles at the same space as your rather "regular", more present-day reporting (WITHOUT creating the impression of being overloaded or spreading disinfo in order to discredit supposedly "major" subjects), I'd suggest you at least think about doing more reports like this one.
Our history IS a major subject, and I guess if we knew just one-tenth of what we're not supposed to know about it, things might look much more encouraging than they may have only two decades ago - before the advent of the internet, that is.
Anyway, thanks for having it!
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Good point. The "official" version of history generally uplifts elite goals and objectives. A "realer" version might not be so supportive ...
Posted by SoCal fellow on 01/16/13 11:20 AM
Thanks! I look forward to watching this tonight.
Having read Hancock's 'Fingerprints of the Gods,' Wilcock's 'The Source Field Investigations,' and Tucker's 'Life Before Life,' it is clear to me that (1) we have been cut off from our true history and (2) wonderful times are straight ahead.