Tricky business, manipulating the masses.
Gain control of media, is a favorite first step.
Aren't thy pyramids no longer a mystery?
?Just great big govt social projects to keep the masses working
It makes this time special because we are having this conversation. If it were the 13th and we were having this conversation then obviously that particular date and time would also be special. It is not the time arm place its the conversation that makes it special10 thousand or more years ago they were cutting and moving and lifting blocks of stone that we cannot move today. We could not build the great pyramid with all our modern technology -- to millimeter tolerances. Who did it? How?
What makes our early 21st Century civilisation so special?
It's one theory. Probably a good one. But will other experts to disagree with him?People enjoy mystery...
When you goto the Mayan pyramids they point out where the stones are so tight you can't get paper in there...but not the places you can stick your finger in...this is all grassy knoll stuff..
Please don't make too much of the reference to the Great Flood on this next one. It is just speculation as to why it was once immersed in over six feet of seawater and has nothing else to do with the information in the video:Google search for solutions not mysteries...for debunking, not conspiracies...one is a rabbit hole.
As someone who spends a lot of time teaching kids about history via sources and records from the past, I give a great deal of discussion to this. Students don't see the problem with everything being stored digitally, so once a year I take all the old media files I can find (data tape reel, 8", 4.25", 3.5" floppies, CDs, DVDs, VHS, Betamax, Laserdisc, etc.) and explain to them that these were all wonderful creations, but anything stored on them is rather difficult to access these days, some more than others. The looks on their faces are both priceless and horrifying, and it leads us to have good discussions about what sources future generations will have to learn about how we all lived.Our history will be lost because we will leave no writing. Google has stolen that. All the information is stored digitally on hard drives. Future archaelogists will speculate on what they are.