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PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2007 6:13 am 
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there is a subtle pervading arogance in our educuational system which is afraid to face the fact that the ancients had knowledge we do not.


Yes, Laurie, I agree to that! It also may be a reason that if archaeologists would believe the Egyptian writings they would be looked at as weirdos by some others. Not many dare to say they believe in the possibility that huge stones can be moved by sound.
Look at the physicians. So many of them declare homoepathy as fraud because they cannot think of the possibility that mere vibrational information (as in the high potencies of homoepathic remedies there is substance left from the original material) can achieve healing!

Thanks for the link!!! :)



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...the lost history of the Druids, who were survivors & decendents of the Atlantis & Lemurian cultures. According to him, the Druids were an advanced civilization with outposts all over the world, including ancient Egypt.


According to the information accesible to Maia from Thoth and the Akashic Register, Atlantean people survived the deluge in what actually are the Canary Islands, but that were mountains in Atlantis. Some of these people remained in the Islands, becoming the Guanches. Other groups went to Europe and to Egypt. The Druidic culture comes from the group that went to Europe.



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Thanks Amanda for the extra information. I find "lost & suppressed" ancient history so interesting, especially given that it is largely not taught in our schools or accepted/allowed in the mainstream media.



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I find "lost & suppressed" ancient history so interesting, especially given that it is largely not taught in our schools or accepted/allowed in the mainstream media.


Me three! :wink: :P



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I love to read things about "found" lost world items-and I spend a lot of time looking at rocks and finding "things" unusual even on our 6 acre plot! I'd like to be younger, I'd get one of the new high tech detectors and be out looking for "treasure". Wish it were possible to go to some of the ancient areas right here in the US of A. wjh



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