Everything You Think is a Lie

We learn in school that everything has been figured out. Scientists and experts know everything there is to know about our origins. Humans were simple hunter-gatherers, then we were farmers, then civilization arose, and now we are the most advanced civilization ever seen on the planet. Right?

The first thing you need to know on your way down the rabbit hole of lies, is that scientists are humans who are as susceptible to corruption and group-think as anyone else. In theory, scientists are supposed to revise theories when new evidence comes along, but in reality, theories are presented as fact by scientists who have built their careers around them. They then ignore contradictory evidence and ridicule anyone who presents alternatives. One example is Alfred Wegener, a German meterologist who proposed in the 1920’s that the continents had once been one single continent that drifted apart. The “experts” mocked him and ruined his career. After his death, the old guard died off and the new generation admitted he was right. Scientists rarely admit they're wrong, so paradigms shift when they die off. They don’t even argue with new ideas: they ignore them, and attack the theorist’s character. They tell the public they have everthing figured out even when their theories are backed by no evidence. Laypeople, most of whom have blind faith in science, then assume these things are true, and mock anyone who points out otherwise.

One of the biggest lies we’ve been told is that all human cultures have been violent and male-dominated. Archaeologist Marija Gimbutas produced mountains of evidence that Neolithic cultures of Eurasia were egalitarian and peaceful until Indo-European invaders swept through in 3500 BC. She was ridiculed and dismissed. They did everything they could to discredit her, but her work stands. No one has been able to refute it. New DNA testing confirms she was right about the Indo-European migrations. Anyway .. the lie of the universality of violence and male dominance is too a big a topic to get into here; I'm writing a book about it.

Another massive lie is that we are the most advanced civilization the planet has ever seen. Most people believe that we know how, when, why, and by whom the pyramids were built. Egyptologists tell us that Khufu, a pharaoh in the 26th century BC, built the pyramids as a tomb using slaves to drag the blocks up ramps. People don’t realize that there is not a shred of evidence for this. Not a single mummy has ever been found in a pyramid. Nor does a single ancient text talk about building pyramids. The ancient Egyptians wrote down everything they did, how they brushed their teeth, how they practiced medicine (which was very advanced), how they lived. Not a single inscription mentions building the pyramids.

In 2013, Zahi Hawass, a smug, smiling jackass with a tendency toward fits of rage when questioned, the Antiquities Minister until he was arrested during the Revolution for antiquities smuggling, crowed that a new papyrus found in Wadi el-Jarf finally proves that Khufu built it. The papyrus mentions quarrying limestone and transporting it on the Nile to Giza. This is the proof? It still doesn’t talk about building them. No one disputes that Khufu did some renovations. But still there’s no proof he built them or set the large blocks. Egyptologists have blatantly misrepresented the texts. You see how things work? Only people with academic credentials are allowed to examine the evidence, but once you've completed your education, you are brain-washed by the current paradigm, and the career you invested so much in depends on you towing the party line.

When you get engineers to look at the data, they don’t have the same motivation to protect the status quo that Egyptologists do, and they know about building things. Chris Dunn, an expert engineer, craftsman, and machinest, wrote the book The Giza Power Plant proposing the theory that these things generated power.

Dunn claims that the precision with which some ancient artifacts were created is the smoking gun that proves that ancient technology existed that were beyond our own. Let that sink in.

Many granite blocks were cut to 2/1000ths of an inch, which is impossible even for us with modern lasers, let alone with copper chisels which is the technology the Pharaonic Egyptians had. The boxes found in Saqqara near Cairo had inside corners cut to 5/32nds of an inch. Dunn also points out the ancient tool marks you find on many of these things, and the impossibly perfect circles.

Does this thing in Axum, Ethiopia look like a part from an assembly kit or what?

Anyways, in addition to the perfect precision of the pyramids and other sites, and the machine marks, there's the fact that the Great Pyramid was aligned perfectly to true North with only 3/60th of a degree of error. We don't have the technology to do this with such a large building, either. Furthermore, its measurements contain the phi ratio, and it’s located at the exact center of the world’s largest land mass — you have to conclude they knew a lot of things that Bronze Age people could not have. For example, they knew about Pluto, which we didn’t until telescopes improved in 1930.

Egyptologists’ theory that they dragged the blocks with pulleys is impossible. These things weigh around two and a half tons. There's only enough space to get 50 men around it, but it’s too heavy for 50 men. Also, Egyptologists' timeline is impossible; if it was built in the number of years they say it was, they would have had to have laid one 2-ton stone every 2 minutes!

The site of Abu Rawash disproves the theory that pyramids were built by dragging blocks with pulleys. This site outside of Cairo is often said to be an unfinished pyramid. It’s a huge groove cut in the earth directly out of the bedrock. Since there is no solid base, there is no way to place the blocks on top of each other.

In 1978 a Japanese team attempted to prove the Egyptologists’ theory by building a small pyramid, only 60 feet high, with the rope and pulley method. Eventually they cheated and busted out modern vehicles, a crane and a helicopter, but they could not still make the small blocks fit precisely! The project was abandoned.

So what are the alternative theories? The excellent documentary The Pyramid Code puts forth the hypothesis that they used sasers, the sound equivalent of lasers, to cut stone. This is not so far-fetched; sound is used in modern times to do surgery. It's interesting that Inca priests and other peoples use sound and chant to change the vibrations at sacred sites.

In any case, they clearly had some form of anti-gravity technology, because there is no other way to manipulate stones this large or to carry them from so far away. Take a look at this block in Baalbek, Lebanon with people for size. (photo credit: Ancient-origins.net)

There is evidence that this technology has been rediscovered by governments today. The Ark of the Covenant was a device that apparently utilized it; the priests who carried it just steered it while it levitated and propelled itself. This technology is not impossible. All it takes is knowledge of the atom. The atom is mostly empty space, and if the vibration is right, we could put our hand right through a chair. Many clues point to the importance of sound and vibration.

This technology may have been hidden knowledge, passed down to the initiated. It may have been lost and then rediscovered throughout history. The Hebrews took the Ark with them when they left Egypt and used it to build Solomon’s temple, to the exact specs of a Sumerian temple dedicated to Ninurta. When the Romans conquered, the Hebrews hid the ark and the tablets with instructions, under the stables. Four hundred years later, when Alaric the Goth sacked Rome, he took them back to the Languedoc region of southern France. This knowledge went underground in stonemason guilds such as the Freemasons, where it resurfaced later to build the flying buttresses of Gothic cathedrals in the 12th century, such as Chartres and Notre Dame. There are things in these cathedrals we can’t replicate today.

Saddam Hussein believed he was the reincarnation of Sumerian king Nebuchadnezzar, and was trying to find some of these secrets in the ancient Babylonian sites in Iraq. Some people believe that the Iraq war was really about looking for these ancient secrets, not for weapons of mass destruction.

So, there are a few ideas as to the “how” they might have build pyramids, to start your own research; what about “why”? When you go inside the Great Pyramid, for example, it really does feel like a defunct machine.

Chris Dunn’s well-researched theory that it was a power generator is very convincing. There had to have been power in ancient Egypt, since the tombs and many temples had no windows to let in light, but there is no signs of oil lamps or torches. This theory about the sarcophagi underneath Saqqara functioning as a battery is interesting as well.

But this was perhaps not the whole story. Many have theorized it was used as a radio transmitter. Also, it seems likely pyramids functioned as initiation chambers to raise consciousness; they are tuned to different musical notes. The fact that pyramids were built on the primary nodal points on the earth makes it clear they were designed to tap into earth energies. Pyramids amplify electromagnetic energy, something admitted even by scientists. We don’t entirely know why the ancients worked with telluric earth energies, but they went to great lengths to do so, building stone circles like Stonehenge all over the world, even massive mounds like Silbury Hill in England.

The ley lines of earth energy, where mineral deposits occur due to the earth’s rotation, can affect consciousness. The places where energy lines meet are sacred places where it’s easy to go into trance and raise one’s state of consciousness. Stone is used as a sort of accupuncture needle, then waterways transport this energy and connect to the next nodal point. The ancients understood a lot about geology, which is necessary to understand human consciousness, because each type of stone has different properties. The most ancient temples were built in these sacred places; their descendants built their temples on top of these, knowing that their ancestors understood far more than they about earth energies. For more on that topic, see my article.

So pyramids and other structures on the earth’s nodal points would serve the same purpose as stone circles. Although they could potentially be used to *block* the consciousness-raising properties of the earth grid. Some people think the structures were built in an attempt to hold consciousness high because the ancients knew it would be falling fast — they knew they were in an age of descending consciousness.

Contrary to the Big Lie that human culture has been evolving, with modern civilization as the pinnacle, the Vedas hold that consciousness cycles through four different ages, the yugas, ascending to the golden age from the iron age, then descending, and repeating. We’re currently in the ascending Kali Yuga, the dark age, the densest and least spiritual age. Scholars don’t agree about how long each age lasts, but they agree at each age ends in catastrophe, followed by a few centuries of chaos, before the next age is built on the ashes of the old. They mostly agree that the Kali Yuga started around 3100 BC, which is interesting because that corresponds with the beginning of dominator culture: organized warfare and male dominance. This Vedic scholar makes a convincing case for when each age began, in his long article, which I summarize here.

Glancing at history with an open mind, it’s easy to see that we have not always been evolving. A wander through the British museum starts at ancient Assyria, with enormous gates and sphinxes, then forward in time to ancient Persia, which is less amazing, with worn and blurry inscriptions. Next you move to the ancient Greek wing, which is disappointing compared to the Persian, and then to the Romans, whose art looks like garish and inferior copies of the Greek masterpieces.

Egypt is a striking example. The magnificent Old Kingdom arose suddenly out of nowhere, followed by the Middle Kingdom which was less impressive, and finally the New Kingdom, a shadow of its former self. The gorgeous huge mosques of medieval Cairo overshadow the later 19th century architecture, which was epic compared to the Art Deco era, which in turn was grand compared to ugly modern concrete buildings. The aluminum age has given way to the plastic age. Modern Cairo is a polluted sprawl.

Languages,too, have become simpler over time as consciousness has fallen. Sanskrit was a complex and perfect language with much more complex grammar and vocabulary than its descendent, modern Hindi. Latin dumbed down into French, Spanish, Italian and the other Romance languages with much simpler grammar, and ancient Greek devolved into simpler modern Greek. Ancient languages are more expressive and complex than modern ones.

Alternative theorists believe that ancient people stumbled upon more ancient sites and inhabited them. Dynastic Egyptians (the Bronze and Iron age people that we think of as 'the ancient Egyptians') scrawled hieroglyphs on more ancient sites, but they never actually claimed to build them. I see these hieroglyphs as a sort of graffiti. I had that realization in the Egyptian temple of Dendera when I saw some graffiti from 1814; a Roman tourist carved his name on a pillar. His calligraphy is quite nice, especially compared to messy modern graffiti!

The Egyptians regarded classical Greeks as barbarians, while the Greeks thought the same about the later Romans. Ancient Rome was a sprawling urban mess with no central planning, in sharp contrast to Egyptian and Babylonian cities with their geometric harmony.

As to the question of when the pyramids and other megalithic sites were built, it’s difficult to say.Stone can't be carbon dated. Therefore the dates claimed by archaeologists are based on pottery samples or other organic matter left at the sites, which could easily have been left there millennia after they were first built. We know that ancient people often inhabited older sites that they didn't build.

Goblecki Tepi in Turkey, on the other hand, can be reliably dated because it seems to have been deliberately covered up with sand and deserted for millennia until its discovery in 1996. It’s been dated to the 10th millennia BC, which is many thousands of years older than civilization was supposed to have begun!

Then there’s the Sphinx. Jimmy from Brights Insights tells us the following: According to two hundred professional geologists, the evidence is conclusive for thousands of years of water erosion on the Sphinx. The last time the Nile Delta received enough rainfall to cause this was over 7000 years ago. Despite this, Egyptologists continue to insist that it’s only 3500 years old. They dismiss the ancient Egyptians’ own accounts, with detailed description of kings going back 30,000 years, as impossible. Impossible? Why? Because it contradicts their theories.

When you travel around looking at a lot of ancient sites, you start to recognize the megalithic ones. They tend to resemble each other, even if they're separated by oceans, and feature massive granite blocks which joints so tight you can’t fit a piece of paper between them. I’ll just mention a few briefly.

There’s Petra in Jordan. No granite here but the huge city was carved out of sandstone in such gigantic proportions that you have to see it in person to truly appreciate it. The ceiling inside one of the rooms is 131 feet high, with perfectly precise corners!

Check out this photo, notice how tiny the person is on top of the spire.

Then there’s Baalbek in Lebanon, which I added a photo of earlier in the article. There’s the Oseirion in Abydos, which was the holiest place in Egypt, the great pilgrimage site for thousands of years. Dynastic Egyptians said they didn't know who built the Oseirion, and built their temple of Sety next to it. Notice the huge stone blocks perfectly fitted.

There are a few megalithic sites south of Cairo, in the desert the ancients called Bu Wizzer. The 22 pyramids here hug a curve which must have been a potent earth energy line. This beautiful structure at Saqqara looks nothing like dynastic Egyptian buildings; check out how the limestone face glitters, and how perfectly straight the walls are.

Underneath Saqqara are 24 massive granite sarcophagi, each carved from one massive block of granite, with inside corners more precise than we can create with modern lasers.

Nearby at Abusir are some mysterious objects: huge basins made from single pieces of alabaster, with perfectly round circles that look like they were made by a machine, and a large alabaster object that looks like a landing pad.

Here’s the “unfinished” obelisk in Aswan, Egypt, which weighs 1168 tons. Perhaps they abandoned it when they realized there was a crack in it.(photo credit)

Then there’s Puma Punku and Tiwanaku in Bolivia, which have polygonic masonry similar to the Osierion.

Here is a list of the megalithic constructions I know of:

The Valley Temple of the Sphinx
Saqqara
The Great Pyramid of Giza
Abu Gorab in AbuSir
The Red Pyramid
The Temple of Khnum in Aswan
The Oseirion of Abydos
Petra in Jordan
Baalbek in Lebanon
Tiwanaku in Bolivia
Ollantaytambo, Hatunrumiyoc,Sacsayhuaman in Peru

This brings us to the another lie we’ve been told: that there was no contact between Old and New Worlds until Magellan sailed around the world in the 1500s. Right? And all the people in the Americas got there by crossing the Bering Straight when there was an ice bridge during the last ice age. Right? This orthodoxy keeps getting disproved by new finds that pre-date the Ice Age. I go more into that in my travelogue, here.

If you don't make it over to my travelogue for more information about the contact between New and Old worlds, I'll repeat one piece here, because these two photos are the smoking gun that proves a connection:

Mada in'Saleh in Saudi Arabia:

... and, Hayu Marca in Peru:

It should be obvious by now we haven’t been told the whole truth about our ancient past. Most of it is just experts clinging to old theories they are invested in, but there may be an actual coverup going on. For example, in 1909 a Phoenix newspaper published a story about Egyptian tombs found in the Grand Canyon. The Smithsonian denied it, and even denied that the professor who discovered it worked at their Department of Anthropology; however, this guy clearly did work there, so they lied. Now, that remote area of the Grand Canyon is closed to the public. (On a silly note, it's funny that the 70's song about King Tut goes "...born in Arizona, moved to Babylonia, King Tut..")

Many megalithic sites have recently been closed off to the public. You used to be able to freely wander the deserts of Egypt, but now they’ve built walls around them! Cops pulled us over in the desert near Saqqara saying that the whole desert was closed, even though it was full of kids playing soccer and rich people on horses. Obviously it’s only closed to independent tourists! The Oseirion in Middle Egypt, for example, is closed to the public. Bright Insights points out that none of the major news outlets will cover new archaeological discoveries that don’t fit the orthodoxy. National Geographic has now joined this list of elite-controlled media, when it got bought out by Rupert Murdoch a few years ago. Since then, the quality went downhill; the font got much larger, and the vocabulary was dumbed down. An issue from 2018 was all about ancient mysteries like Atlantis; when I read through it, its agenda was to just wave a hand at the mysteries and claim they have all been figured out. Trust us, it’s all myths and legends, nothing to see here!

Bright Insights did a whole video on the coverup, about how Egyptian authorities announced that they found two new hidden chambers beneath the Great Pyramid, but then, years later, claim that they never got around to looking into it. Better things to do I guess! They also refuse to investigate possible underground chambers underneath the Sphinx, despite evidence to suggest their existence. Zahi Hawass has announced that there’s nothing under there, despite photos of him entering the shafts! These shafts must connect with massive underground tunnel system underneath the Cairo plateau that goes down more than 100 feet and is carved out of perfectly symmetrical solid limestone. (!)

Even worse .. is the site of Zayet el-Aryan, which has been *literally* covered up .. covered in trash. You probably haven’t heard of this amazing site, because the Egyptian government heaped trash on it and built a military facility around it. It’s a massive site carved out of solid limestone bedrock, 75 feet deep. This thing is in the shape of a parallelogram. The rose granite on the flooring came from 500 miles away in Aswan. Bizarrely, it was featured in a Hollywood movie in 1964, but since then no one has been allowed to visit it. No excavations have been permitted. This is a problem in general in Egypt — they rarely grant permits for research on any sites. All this information came through Jimmy of Bright Insights, and even he would not have heard about this site if not for the excellent work of a YouTuber named Chuck. Alternative archaeology is a small world, and these two guys are huge contributors.

Check out what this looked like before the trash was heaped on. It looks like nothing else in Egypt, that's for sure. Nope, no mummies found here either. Sure looks like some kind of industrial site, not a temple.

During the Tahrir Square uprising in 2011, archaeology students formed a human ring around the Egyptian Museum to protect it from looting until the military arrived. According to Kathy J. Forti, who was informed by an insider, the military went directly to the 4th floor and sealed it off. The 4th floor is closed to everyone but a chosen few, but an anonymous source smuggled a photo of an earless alien mummy out here in 2012. The inscription on its tomb says it was a counselor to the pharaoh. Forti goes on to mention that unmarked military vehicles and black helicopters are often seen at the Giza Pyramids. Shockingly, Ala Shaheen, antiquities minister, let it slip that 'there is something inside that pyramid that is not of this world.'

What do experts have to hide? And why are any of these theories outside the mainstream ridiculed? There is nothing inherently ridiculous about the idea that people sailed around the world a few thousand years ago. The historical record tells us that the Sea Peoples who attacked Egypt had sea-worthy vessels. Nor is there anything improbable about civilization being older and more advanced than we thought; it just contradicts our current theories. So why is the word Atlantis met with scorn, or tantamount to professional suicide for academics? Why don’t experts advise their theories to fit new data? An advanced lost civilization is far less improbable than moving megaton blocks with linen ropes, or sawing granite with copper chisels!

Personally, I’m not so interested in whether these megaliths were built by aliens, or just by advanced humans who took tens of thousand years to develop this technology. It could well have been humans; perhaps we just haven’t discovered the early remains of their progress, or these traces have now been destroyed by cataclysms. There is new scientific evidence for a massive global catastrophe after the last Ice Age, beyond anything in recorded history, that would have wiped out all the huge mammals, and destroyed all traces of humanity other than large stones.

Egypt scholar John Anthony West says:

”Since Egypt’s Old Kingdom, up until very recently … civilization has been going down, not up; simple as that. We can follow that degenerative process physically in Egypt; it is written into the stones and it is unmistakable. The same tale is told in the mythologies and legends of virtually all other societies and civilizations the world over … Progress does not go in a straight line from primitive ancestors to smart old us with our bobblehead dolls and weapons of mass destruction; our traffic jams and our polluted seas, skies, and lands.”

Why does it matter, you ask? Because the ancients clearly had clean energy devices, and anti-gravity technology. These things could save our planet.

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