Ancient Alien Theories
If you watch "The Blacklist" - last night's episode was the best with three more episodes left in season 2. Just when you think the show can't get better, it does. Conspiracies, cabals, secret governments, and so on ... all part of their storyline and ours. I used to enjoy playing conspiracy games and trying to figure out the puzzles and how they network with ancient secret societies but that was then and this is now and it's just too redundant. Maybe Fox Mulder will help unravel more clues when "The X-Files" returns in 2016. Prior to that, actor David Duchovny will star in a 13-episode "event series" called Aquarius replacing "The Blacklist".
Speaking of ancient secrets and conspiracies ... going back to the Crusades and the Temple Mount ... follow the USA series "Dig" with only two episodes left as the main protagonists close in on one of the greatest secrets ever. It's always about God or ancient aliens or something that has to do with creation and where we are all going. This is a ten-part miniseries that easily could've been reduced to five. The guys in the white robes turn out to be part of the secret society called the Essene.
For those who like the TV series Ancient Aliens - it returns to the History Channel tonight followed by Hangar 1: The UFO Files.
Several people sent email about Zahi and his latest drama ... Gobekli Tepe another fascinating site link to ancient aliens. Look where Gogkli Tepe is located and consider what is going on in that region today. We should focus on the science and perhaps the pseudoscience but definitely not the dramas brought on by the energies of Zahi Hawass who like an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh has fallen from grace, has never believed in pseudo-scientific theories yet when we spoke I could see he has doubts, and has always been a tyrant, disliked by many.
Hi Ellie, Just in case you have not heard about the debate that was supposed to happen between these 2 men, until Zahi Hawass flipped out and acted just like (an) hawASS!!! I know you have mentioned him many times on your blog and feel the same way a lot of people do about him but poor Graham was left without his debate AND having been yelled at by Hawass! All good wishes, Will
Zahi Hawass vs Graham Hancock on significance of Gobekli Tepe: Dr Zahi Hawass, who promotes himself as "the world's most famous Egyptologist" demonstrated stunning ignorance of crucial developments in archaeology in this exchange with me on 22 April. Astonishingly he revealed that he knew absolutely nothing about the mysterious 11,600 year old megalithic site of Gobekli Tepe in Turkey and had to turn to the moderator (another, less senior, Egyptologist) for help. If you value my work and agree that the pretenses of mainstream archaeology need to be exposed
For more than a year, the encounter that took place at the Mena House Hotel, Giza Egypt, on 22 April 2015 between famed Egyptologist Dr Zahi Hawass and controversial alternative historian Graham Hancock, had been billed as"the first open debate between the representatives of two completely different versions of history." On the night of the event, however, as Graham Hancock was focussing his slides prior to giving his opening presentation, and before most of the audience had even entered the room, Dr Hawass saw that one slide contained a photograph of Hancock's colleague Robert Bauval, originator of the Orion correlation theory with whom Dr Hawass has had disagreements for many years.
Dr Hawass immediately became furiously angry and began to shout at Hancock insisting that he censor his talk to remove all references to Robert Bauval and the Orion correlation theory. When Hancock explained that the alternative view of history that he was on stage to represent could not exclude the Orion correlation and therefore could not exclude Robert Bauval, Dr Hawass, again shouting, marched out of the debating room. Next, as the audience began to arrive, frantic negotiations took place off stage between the conference organizers and Dr Hawass.
Finally, Dr Hawass agreed to return and give his talk and answer questions from the audience, but he refused absolutely to hear or see Hancock's talk, or to engage in any debate with Hancock. Hancock therefore gave his talk to the audience without Dr Hawass present (Dr Hawass sat in a room outside the conference hall while Hancock spoke). When Hancock had finished, he answered questions from the audience. Then Dr Hawass entered, gave his talk, answered questions from the audience and left. A member of the audience who had arrived early did manage to record part of the scene of Dr Hawass storming out of the conference room.
Likewise, during Dr Hawass-s Q&A he was asked a question about the 11,600-year-old megalithic site of Gobekli Tepe in Turkey and whether it had any impact on his assessment of the disputed age of the megalithic Great Sphinx of Giza (which Hancock and others have theorized may be of similar antiquity). Unfortunately, it appeared that Dr Hawass was completely ignorant of the existence or implications of Gobekli Tepe so he was unable to answer the question, which he passed on to the moderator who also happened to be an Egyptologist and whose knowledge of Gobekli Tepe was also clearly incomplete (for example the moderator stated that Gobekli Tepe dates from the Òlate eleventh millennium BC through the tenth millennium BC whereas in fact the dates presently established for Gobekli Tepe are from 9600 BC through 8200 BC, i.e. from 11,600 years ago to 10,200 years ago). Hancock did at that point have a brief opportunity to stand up and give his own point of view on Gobekli Tepe and on its implications for the age of the Sphinx, and that exchange is the subject of the present video clip.
or something else they're not disclosing?
Lonnie Zamora Google Videos
Lonnie Zamora a New Mexico police officer
reports a close encounter with aliens.
The Chilean Abduction Google Videos
Corporal Armando Valdes of the Chilean army, on
patrol in the northern desert with eight soldiers,
allegedly had an alien encounter.
nor where we came from.
But I tell you that we shall soon return.
Allegedly told to Valdes during his experience.
Hubble issues 25th birthday image BBC - April 23, 2015
25 years of Hubble images Baltimore Sun - April 23, 2015
Hubble Telescope Turns 25 Google Videos
Happy Birthday Hubble! It's Time to Party: Event Guide NBC - April 22, 2015
What it took to get the Hubble Space Telescope off the ground PhysOrg - April 22, 2015
Hubble at 25: What's Next for the Space Telescope? Discovery - April 20, 2015
The great spirals ... apparently lie outside our stellar system.