What do we really know of ancient history?

It is hard enough getting to grips with the misrepresentation of recent history - always delivered with such certainty by teachers and text books at school. Selective information is imparted and framed within the "authoritative" narrative. Don't challenge what's taught or you're in danger of being penalised.

The "official" narrative of the 20th century, of two world wars, for example, is contradicted by the evidence which reveals the real culprits and victims - as we can see from this century's wars, all wars are banksters wars.

We can also reckon that our inculcated understanding of other history is false. While historical facts and dates may be indisputable, the framing of the narrative misses the machinations of banksters and hidden centralised power.

Daily Pickings has referred to ancient knowledge before and, one may ask, why is ancient history relevant today? Because we have an understanding that all modern humans have their roots in Africa and that human civilisations first emerged about 10,000 years ago. Our perception of technology is similarly skewed; today's technology has its roots in the discoveries of man within the same time frame but how do we reconcile this narrative with growing evidence of far more sophisticated civilisations and technology going back much further? Those who built the pyramids in Egypt, for example, had access to technology which helped them build with greater precision than is possible today.

To confuse matters more, a proliferation of artifacts in China suggest those who built them had access to sophisticated machinery and technology.

On a slightly different tack, our understanding of Newtonian physics breaks down at the macro and micro level which is why we need to challenge our current understanding and mode of thinking. Quantum physics is moving us into the realms of Natural Inclusion, that all matter is energy in receptive space. This next short video gives us a perspective on the micro to the macro of the universe.

Established scholars, who've built their careers reputations on years of work, relying on inculcated misinformation, find it almost impossible to challenge their cherished beliefs but challenge them we must, if we are to understand the world and how to change it for the better.

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0 #8 James Walter 2017-08-06 15:52
Thanks Jimmy

All of this may be true but given Wikipedia's manipulation of climate information, I wouldn't regard it as a reliable source for anything contentious. I don't know the answers to any of these but we hope to get to them in time.

All sources must be checked. Everyone has an agenda. The CIA/Mosad-pedia articles above have credible sources.
 
 
0 #7 Clive Menzies 2017-08-06 14:37
Quoting James Walter:
Found this page
http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/358139-5-mysterious-ruins-that-predate-known-civilization/

The Bosnian Pyramid is debunked by wikipedia.

Gobekli Tepe is not an advanced civilization.

They claim that 8000 years ago is before the last ice age - wrong!

Yonaguni Monument proved not.

Sea of Galilee structure not advanced civ.

And the oft claimed Bimini Road.

So again, I am unimpressed.


Thanks Jimmy

All of this may be true but given Wikipedia's manipulation of climate information, I wouldn't regard it as a reliable source for anything contentious. I don't know the answers to any of these but we hope to get to them in time.
 
 
0 #6 James Walter 2017-08-06 14:31
Found this page
http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/358139-5-mysterious-ruins-that-predate-known-civilization/

The Bosnian Pyramid is debunked by wikipedia.

Gobekli Tepe is not an advanced civilization.

They claim that 8000 years ago is before the last ice age - wrong!

Yonaguni Monument proved not.

Sea of Galilee structure not advanced civ.

And the oft claimed Bimini Road.

So again, I am unimpressed.
 
 
0 #5 James Walter 2017-08-06 14:09
Hancock claims that the pre ice age civilizations were concentrated on the coasts, which is not absurd. But they would not have been exclusively on the coasts. The Nile would not have been covered by glaciers. Yet there are no pre ice age civilized cities to be found along it. The Ganges, rivers in SE Asia, and more have no pre-iceage great civilization cities. If there were cities that ended up submerged, they would still have had trade, mines, cultivation, etc. up stream. To imply otherwise or not even address this makes his claims very, very weak.
 
 
0 #4 Clive Menzies 2017-08-06 13:53
Quoting James Walter:
Hancock makes big deal of Veda texts being so old. But not according to Wikipedia and other sites: 1500 BC: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vedas#Chronology

http://www.ancient.eu/The_Vedas/


This is an area we've just started to explore but if there were sophisticated civilisations long before our current assumptions, all references must be treated with caution and if possible reconciled with the evidence.
 
 
0 #3 Clive Menzies 2017-08-06 13:50
Quoting James Walter:

Black holes do not exist. Black holes violate the conservation of momentum and energy that is foundational to the theory of general relativity. http://www.noblackholes.com/index.html

The Universe is not expanding. There was no big bang. http://bigbangneverhappened.org/

Practical fusion energy: https://lppfusion.com./fusion-power/dpf-device/

Hi Jimmy

I don't disagree but that's the point, everything we think we know is up for re-examination. We cannot rely on our previous assumptions but need to re-evaluate everything in the light of new information.

It is impossible for one person to know everything; collaborative research and analysis is the only way we can cover the breadth and depth essential to a better understanding of the world and our place within it.
 
 
0 #2 James Walter 2017-08-06 13:47
Hancock makes big deal of Veda texts being so old. But not according to Wikipedia and other sites: 1500 BC: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vedas#Chronology

http://www.ancient.eu/The_Vedas/
 
 
0 #1 James Walter 2017-08-06 13:23
I was totally UN-impressed with the first video. There was absolutely no proof given.

Black holes do not exist. Black holes violate the conservation of momentum and energy that is foundational to the theory of general relativity. http://www.noblackholes.com/index.html

The Universe is not expanding. There was no big bang. http://bigbangneverhappened.org/

Practical fusion energy: https://lppfusion.com./fusion-power/dpf-device/
 

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