Thank you Graham
Many thanks for this excellent upgrade. That which you and you can Santha have inked so you can reawaken a collaborative desire from the Secret of the past are profoundly inspiring. That which was a “difficult end” to human history into the Sumerians really was just a thin crust, a shallow ring-services, more than a deep really regarding collective awareness. Thanks a lot, Thank-you Santha, many thanks to anyone who has assisted build history richer and eventually nearer to the truth from exactly who we are.
Some of the archaeologists in the webpages carry out faith the new rock-hews enclosure consisted of pooled drinking water – up to about 50 % a great meter over the base of the pillars. Possibly having accentuating sound-effects when the pillars was indeed struck?
Hey Cameron We entirely concur! I’d become forgotten regarding the wasteland in place of Santha, along with her tasks are wizard. I am super happy to have such as an extraordinary partner. Best wishes Graham
And also the phalli or omphali since the Graham ways are reminiscent of Inca Uyu, an interesting archaeological website throughout the Titicaca Basin, from the town out of Chucuito, Peru that has 86 created rocks in the shape of four-feet (step one,52 meters) mushrooms.
Many thanks for attracting my personal attention to the new fascinating webpages out of Inca Uyu, Coll, and revealing the web link. We agree totally that you will find strong parallels in order to Karahan Tepe. I am going to be exploring so it next.
Nemrut mountain mound and its monumental arrays play no role inside the brand new Gobekli area, or even in little Dryas point in time. Nemrut try remote, and far later on, and you can a combination of understood cultures (Futer 2016: Stoneprint, p238-241). At the time of this type of empires, the brand new Harran city pillar homes were much time covered and you may lost, and buildings in the minor kingdoms adopted Babylonian, Egyptian, Greek and you can Persian habits. But Karaca Mt ENE regarding Gobekli, visible on the horizon, is where an effective variety of collect (not grain) got live this new Freeze Years, and try grown of, most likely having beer and you can bread.
Hello once more Edmund – to eliminate distress it is really worth bringing-up that the comment the following is an answer to the newest query because of the p. I’ve plus responded compared to that query from the statements above. Allbest Graham
Graham’s idea reminds me personally regarding one thing I simply spotted on Pyramid Messages written with the next, fifth, sixth, and you may seventh columns of the eastern gable of your burial chamber during the Pyramid from Algunas. Indeed there, this will be discussed the newest emmer and barley tillers from inside the Heliopolis, together with energy away from regular growth and you may regeneration out-of lifetime through plant restaurants:
“He has got ingested the fresh new bright Vision of Horus in the city of your own Pillar, Fist off Unis, the kid, bring it outside of the navel off Osiris, and you can Unis cannot hunger or appetite.” Deciding on Santha’s photo removed opposite the new material deal with I then believe it ends up this new fingers out-of one or two hand developing of one’s Earth, the right choice carrying brand new T-molded being in its palm.
I think Graham’s is on the best song. The key observation the guy generated is the fact that pillars are hewn away from Nature, perhaps not erected over for instance the T’s.
Speaking of fascinating observations, Manu. Thanks a lot and you may waiting your better together with your ongoing advanced level functions for the Egypt. Good luck Graham
Forgot to provide, ywould prefer to view you would other JRE with Michael Schumer once more since such this new evidence was harvesting up (taurids post We about and you may Greenland crater and you can pet in the SA 12,one hundred thousand years back an such like
It is good that you will get are an integral part of so it advancement, Graham. Considering all of that you carried for the light, it is richly deserved.