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NASA studying Maya civilization

 
Anonymous Coward
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01/02/2008 07:19 AM
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NASA studying Maya civilization
NASA Deputy Administrator Shana Dale and other officials visit an archaeological site in Guatemala.


[link to www.nasa.gov]
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01/02/2008 07:24 AM
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Re: NASA studying Maya civilization
mmmmmm?
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01/02/2008 07:24 AM
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NASA link doesn't work for me.
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01/02/2008 07:25 AM
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5 years left! Where past, present, and future all meet.
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01/02/2008 07:29 AM
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Re: NASA studying Maya civilization
NASA team was there in December 2007
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NASA team was there in December 2007
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ohyeah
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01/02/2008 07:32 AM
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NASA link doesn't work for me.
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try this one

[link to www.nasa.gov]

title: Exploring the Earth, Discovering the Maya
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01/02/2008 08:27 AM
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Since when NASA, a space and air agency, become involved in the business of archeology? Does this mean the Mayans may have ancient knowledge of the stars and NASA wants to know? Well, maybe they were more knowledgable concerning the stars, the mayans that is. If true, what does that say about thier calendar ending. I wonder.
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photo op/vacation junket for big shots.....hope they drank the water...lol
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01/02/2008 09:13 AM
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That is very interesting. There is a lot of jungle to move in order to unearth those secrets if they ever can. Time is of the essence. I wonder if they will come across any others like the Mitchell Hodges skull!
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NASA Deputy Administrator Shana Dale and other officials visit an archaeological site in Guatemala.


[link to www.nasa.gov]
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NASA Deputy Administrator Shana Dale and other officials visit an archaeological site in Guatemala.


[link to www.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 319792



oooo something is a mise scratchingnasa really mmmmmmmmmmm

hmm spock pick
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These NASA staff have been hiding their interest for a long time and it's a fact someone like Freemason Farouk El Baz have been involved (he chose Apolo XI "landing"); he's Egyptian geologist and NASA consultant, director of Center for Remote Sensing at Boston University, he was chosaen to lead the team to open the secret door inside Great Pyramid at Queen's Chamber, graduated from Cairo's Ain Shams University. These people should study Maurice Cotterell's The Lost Tomb of Viracocha and others and Sitchin's The Lost Realms or Berlitz's Forgotten Worlds, etc. Mayans knew even about a black hole in the center of the galaxy called Hunab Ku:
[link to fusionanomaly.net]
[link to www.aztlan.net]
Time flows in a circle -taught the Mayans- and for the Incas in South America time behaves like 3 bubbles or centers and the important thing is for them time is not a matter of before-after but inside-outside. Comprenden ustedes, compadritos?
[link to www.thetruthishere.com]
Arthur Clark (author of 2001 Space Odyssey) said he doubts there's any intelligent being AT NASA!
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01/02/2008 10:10 AM
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time in circles, yes, atleast thats the best 3d way to explain it. And the best source of that circle time, Imho, is the mayan calendar. The Great Wheel of Time.

To think we are entering the 5th age soon. We will become what we learned as ancients. Many names will die with this 4th age, few will be immortalized through there great accomplishments.

Mt Rushmoore, will it be examined hundreds of years from now? 5th age scientists speculating about our civilization. And I wonder how wrong they are going to be trying to explain our day and age.
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02/23/2008 10:35 AM
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Hey,sorry, I need some help; it's been years since I'm away from USA & Canada and my language has gotten rusty, I find initial letters and I have to figure out the meaning of them all, I know LOL is "lot of laughs" and BTW is by the way, BS is bull shit, U2 is you too, L7 is square head sort of thing but what the heck is "Imho"?
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02/23/2008 10:36 AM
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Re: NASA studying Maya civilization
in my humble opinion
FWIW
Inca=Chinitial
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02/23/2008 11:11 AM
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Thanks, and what's FWIW?
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02/23/2008 11:16 AM
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Nasa needs to go back and study the GP too now.
Thread: PIECE ONE TO TRUTH FOR ALL: GP RIDDLE ONE.
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02/23/2008 01:02 PM
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The Mayan transferred the Atlantis energies and history to Guatemala, before Atlantis was destroyed. There is some “crystal” which gives great powers and not yet found.
NASA is looking for this frantically because they are desperate!!!

Read the rest here (yesterday in forum):


[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

Thread: NASA Guatemala connection - Atlantean history is stored
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Feb 29th = 0.0 Hunab Ku

Feb 29th is especially spiritual day since Hunab Ku refers both to the center of the Galaxies and to the Supreme Creator.

This day occurs every four years and can be viewed as an extra day "out of time". A new Galactic 260 days cycle has started on Feb-18-2008.
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It started years ago with one of the apollo program fathers, Maurice Chatelain.

He was the first to note that Mayas had Astronomical knowledge that even with our "advanced technology" is hard to produce.
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02/23/2008 05:48 PM
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"This day occurs every four years and can be viewed as an extra day "out of time". A new Galactic 260 days cycle has started on Feb-18-2008"... if this day started something, do we need to suspect "they" will perform another magical interdimensional act at the end? If so, when will end this 260 days cycle exactly?
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02/23/2008 05:51 PM
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Thanks, and what's FWIW?
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For what it's worth
YMMV

rofl
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02/23/2008 05:56 PM
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Why wouldn't they be interested in the Maya civilization? What the hell do you think they discovered on Mars? Its the ruins of the same people as the Maya and Egyptians.
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02/24/2008 09:33 AM
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Yet, of course the ruins do have the same style on Mars, the thing is they (NASA) try to disguise the whole thing saying it's an optical illusion or pareidolia as if stones remaining with the same characteristics in the game of shadow and light at certain places at the right time during many years since the very first photos were merely "shadows" with earthy features. This ambiguity attitude is what we should be against. They have been lying of all the things they know as Freemason organization doing magical rituals...just like ancient ones.

Once again, illuminate me: what's YMMV and ROFL
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Regarding MARS I wrote this:
Thread: Martian Sphinx in Total Recall film's 5th revision plot
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02/24/2008 10:09 AM
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Re: NASA studying Maya civilization
...and a 3-pages thread about my open letter to Richard Hoagland (insults addressed to me are probably still there):
Thread: Open letter to Richard Hoagland (Cydonia Face & Complex)

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