Ground Zero. The rebuilding of Giza OP Username
Bunnyman OP Date
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First off, I have been following this gentleman's material for a while. And while I find it hard to enjoy his narration, I find allot of nuggets of information provided that resonate. I don't like to throw the baby out with the bathwater. Even though I will not subscribe to all he has to offer in terms of possibilities, He makes a case for theories such as crater earth, holographic projection technology (from pyramidal structures) and atmospheric force fields that should be considered in search for truth.

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Username: Starmonkey
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That's what I think the "star forts" were all about. Don't make sense how we perceive them. Plus there are no holes in any of them from cannons or anything. Vortex energy defense and projection.
Ah, the "Great Pyramid". I have studied it much. Many conflicting viewpoints. And it's broken, alas.
Would explain the overload or feedback mechanism that did away with the former technology. Telluric forces.
I'll climb that fucker one day! And sun gaze from the top. Once I've done my nine months, 260 days, 44 minutes, whatever. Then you can supposedly look directly at the sun any time of day. Just like crazy old Horus.
Except his version of our realm is probably just a bit off. But intuitive.
And that funny MSM traditional view of how they were built is a JOKE! Unless it wasn't a desert at the time. But the normy view is it's been a desert for all time! Another lie.
Sorry they're a bit awry. Hard holding books open and camera one-handed.
Hard to know what's up, down, left, right, in, out... Just like if one was floating in space
There are also Max Toth's books on pyramid power, as well as Christopher Dunn's work. I've read some but don't own them.
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