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Old 12-15-2006, 09:21 PM
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From the following site, this is just one of a number of reminders that man did alot more world travel in ancient times, than we've been 'officially' taught.

http://hope-of-israel.org/hebinusa.htm
Ancient Maps of the "Sea Kings"

In his book Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings, Charles H. Hapgood tells of the Piri Re'is map of 1513 A.D. Studies of this map show that it correctly gives latitudes and longitudes along the coasts of Africa and Europe, indicating that the original mapmaker must have found the correct relative longitude across Africa and across the Atlantic to Brazil. This amazing map gives an accurate profile of the coast of South America to the Amazon, provides an amazing outline of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico (supposedly not yet discovered!), and -- incredibly enough -- shows a part of the coast of the Antarctic Continent which was not discovered, in modern times, until 1818!

This map does not stand alone. A world map drawn by Oronteus Finaeus in 1531 gives a truly authentic map of Antarctica, indicating the coasts were probably ice-free when the original map was drawn (of which Oronteus Finaeus' map was a later copy). The Oronteus Finaeus map was strikingly similar to modern maps of the Antarctic. How could this be?

Another fascinating map is the map of Hadji Ahmed of 1559. It is evident that the cartographer had some extraordinary source maps at his disposal. Says Hapgood: "The shapes of North and South America have a surprisingly modern look, the western coasts are especially interesting. They seem to be about two centuries ahead of the cartography of the time. . . . The shape of what is now the United States is about Perfect" (p.99).

Another map of the Middle Ages, the Reinel Chart of 1510 -- a Portuguese map of the Indian Ocean -- provides a striking example of the knowledge of the ancients. Studying the identifiable geographical localities and working out from them, Hapgood was astounded to find that "this map apparently shows the coast of Australia . . . The map also appeared to show some of the Caroline Islands of the Pacific. Latitudes and longitudes on this map are remarkably good, although Australia is shown too far north" (ibid., p.134).

How can such remarkable accuracy be explained on the basis of almost total ignorance of the earth during that time? Obviously, at an earlier period of earth's history, sea-faring nations must have travelled around the world and accurately mapped the major continents, and fragments and copies of their ancient maps survived into the Middle Ages and were copied again.

Concludes Hapgood: "The evidence presented by the ancient maps appears to suggest the existence in remote times . . . of a true civilization, of a comparatively advanced sort, which either was localized in one area but had worldwide commerce, or was, in a real sense, a worldwide culture" (p.193).

How advanced was this ancient culture? Says Hapgood, "In astronomy, nautical science, mapmaking and possibly ship-building, it was perhaps more advanced than any state of culture before the 18th Century of the Christian Era." He continues: "It was in the 18th Century that we first developed a practical means of finding longitude. It was in the 18th Century that we first accurately measured the circumference of the earth. Not until the 19th Century did we begin to send out ships for purposes of whaling or exploration into the Arctic or Antarctic Seas. The maps indicate that some ancient people may have done all these things" (Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings, p.193).

What ancient society could have been responsible? Is there really any doubt?

The evidence is overwhelming. The Semitic features discovered in Mexico and South America, the Hebrew and Phoenicians inscriptions, the Hebrew religious customs found in the Americas, and similar customs in far off New Zealand among the Maories of ancient times, all attest to the fact that worldwide oceanic travel, trade and commerce was occurring during the time of the Solomonic Empire!

Hapgood says such mapmaking would indicate economic motivations and vast economic resources. Further, organized government is indicated, since the mapping of a continent such as Antarctica implies much organization, many expeditions, and the compilation of many local observations and maps into a general map under central supervision. He adds that it is unlikely that navigation and mapmaking were the only sciences developed by this ancient people. Such a comprehensive enterprise could only have been achieved during a relative time of world peace, and by a very powerful and extremely wealthy kingdom! What ancient kingdom could have accomplished this?
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Now see, when you look at Rome as the Great Whore of the counterfeit Christianity, you can understand why all evidence of man knowing and traveling the whole world, was being buried and lied about from the time of the (RE)discoveries.

They had to construct a 'new', non-Biblical history, to keep folk searching answers to the lies, rather than remembering the truth.

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Old 12-15-2006, 09:23 PM
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Independent research - New Zealand Update - Antonia Bowen-Jones
http://www.1421.tv/pages/evidence/content.asp?EvidenceID=291
Ruins may show Incas beat Maoris to New Zealand?

An article in The Daily Telegraph dated June 11 1998, of a story filed by Paul Chapman in Wellington tells of an ancient earthwork that has been discovered in a remote forest in New Zealand. It challenges the long-held belief that the Maoris, who were previously credited with arriving in canoes from Polynesia, were the first people to discover and inhabit those islands.

"An amateur researcher, Noel Hilliam, said yesterday he had discovered the site at Kaipara, in the far north of the country, and was certain it was not of Maori origin. The earthwork could have been built by a South American civilisation that arrived 1,000 years before the Maoris arrived, he said."

Mr Hilliam, aged 60, who lives near the site, at Dargaville, and has spent the last 40 years studying hundreds of Maori sites, told Chapman he is convinced that this site is completely different.

"He said the site was only a few hundred yards from where the remains of a mysterious ancient statue were found in 1991. The 10ft statue of a woman is carved in native Kauri timber but bears none of the distinctive signs of Maori artwork."

Mr Hilliam is the curator of Dargaville museum, to where the statue was taken, though he says he could not interest any professional researchers to investigate it further. This is a great pity, as amateur researchers play a valuable part in other disciplines such as astronomy. But as archæologists are notorious for hanging on to their ''paradigms'' until they are totally impossible to defend, we shouldn''t be surprised at this ignoring of yet another oopart (out of place artifacts). Maybe someone''s Phd on the Maoris was felt to be under threat? Who knows?

He told the Daily Telegraph that he had now arranged for an anthropologist to examine the earthwork, which consists of a series of ''overgrown circular banks'', and covers around 1 square mile. He also said that local Maori oral tradition told of a race that lived in the area for more than 1,000 years before the Maori arrival, and that these earlier settlers survive today as the Waitaha people. "A recent blood test on a Waitaha woman had revealed a factor otherwise only seen in Peru, Mr Hilliam said. Most of the 1,400 Waitahas live in the South Island, to which their own legend says they fled from the more war-like Maoris." The writer also interviewed an Waitaha descendent, Patrick Runka, who told him that his people were really excited about the discovery, but: "We''re not waiting for proof because we''ve always knownit was there."

This is yet another example of scientists not listening to oral traditions, or to amateur archæologists, and once again it is left up to the media to highlight discoveries that challenge the views of prehistory we continue to be taught in schools and colleges.

The newspaper also interviewed another researcher, Sir Gary Cook, who has spent the past three years photographing and recording stone structures that he says are also pre-Maori. He told Chapman that the Waipoua Forest, also in the Northland, conceals a "treasure trove" of such artifacts, and pointed out that:

"The disclosures come just a few weeks after a Christchurch scientist, Richard Holdaway, confirmed that radio-carbon datings on rat bones he had discovered in the South Island proved they were about 2,000 years old."

"Dr Holdaway, a fossil researcher, said that because New Zealand had no indigenous mammals, the rats could only have arrived with humans on sea-going craft."


Article reproduced with kind permission of John Michael at the Morien Institute http://www.morien-institute.org
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Old 12-15-2006, 09:25 PM
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http://www.1421.tv/pages/evidence/content.asp?EvidenceID=363
Part I .ii The Discovery of the World
The Discovery of the Master Charts of the World
Legend has it that the brave and skilful Prince Henry the Navigator set up a base in Sagres SW Portugal in 1419/20. There he trained sea captains and pushed them across the Atlantic and round the Cape of Good Hope so discovering the new world.

Whilst this is certainly true, unknown to historians until now, before his captains set sail Henry had maps which showed the whole world – maps his brother brought back to Portugal in 1428. In short Henry and his captains knew where they were going and how to return to Portugal. The same can be said for all the great European explorers who followed Henry’s captains – Columbus, da Gama, Magellan and Captain Cook. Brave and skilful as these captains were, they discovered nothing new.

The Master Chart is in two parts, of the Eastern and Western Hemisphere.
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Old 12-15-2006, 09:29 PM
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The HOUSE OF IS-RA-EL will rediscover itself and to search into this knowledge is dangerous in the extreme. There are truly places Angels fear to tread.
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The HOUSE OF IS-RA-EL will rediscover itself and to search into this knowledge is dangerous in the extreme. There are truly places Angels fear to tread.
First, you commend true-lilly for his knowledge and now you are saying that it is dangerous to search into this knowledge in the extreme.

Why is this? Is he not protected?

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Old 12-16-2006, 04:11 PM
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Yes, this is true of the present where abouts of the REAL HOUSE OF IS-RA-EL. Searching into a very old event (Peleg, Enoch, Cain) is overlooked because it does not stir the possibility of discovering the truth of today. A search of the REAL BIBLICAL HOUSE OF IS-RA-EL in an open forum will always draw attention. It is none of our business to say do not do it, we just gave a warning.
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Old 12-20-2006, 12:16 AM
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Yes, this is true of the present where abouts of the REAL HOUSE OF IS-RA-EL. Searching into a very old event (Peleg, Enoch, Cain) is overlooked because it does not stir the possibility of discovering the truth of today. A search of the REAL BIBLICAL HOUSE OF IS-RA-EL in an open forum will always draw attention. It is none of our business to say do not do it, we just gave a warning.
Ah, but that's why I collect and share the many scattered bits of evidence already out there, for others to consider for themselves.

I already know The Great Secret all conspiracies work to keep covered (a great deal of the 'work' being murders), inorder to keep folk doubting the Truth of our Creator.

The gatekeepers of the [Ig]Noble Bribe (Nobel Prize) Committee keep the facts of natural and human history, behind the farce of bad [non]science, they laud and award, but nothing anyone says or does, will ever make "Egypt" fit the Biblical Descriptions of MIZRAIM, or that little bit of Geologically UNSTABLE desert "They" now call Israel, the SAFE Promised Land, SURROUNDED by seas, that can support a 'world' of all peoples with all good things, and has the world's largest artesian basin, needed to break forth for our healing, when all the worlds surface water is polluted.

That so many people "They" call profane, and so not allowed to have this knowledge, do, is another sign this is 'end times' of this age.
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Old 12-20-2006, 08:13 PM
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Those who keep this are powerful. Give the knowledge of this and destroy the few who can believe its potential of believing it. It will be turned into a joke as on this site. You know many things, who else would agree with you! Look at what the other posters say they would have you engage in the petty trivial politics of a wasted society. Do not cast your pearls!
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Old 12-20-2006, 10:55 PM
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Those who keep this are powerful. Give the knowledge of this and destroy the few who can believe its potential of believing it. It will be turned into a joke as on this site. You know many things, who else would agree with you! Look at what the other posters say they would have you engage in the petty trivial politics of a wasted society. Do not cast your pearls!
And there is a time and season...

Watch and warn, if they don't hear...

Mat 24:14 And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.
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