I've been following Brien for years..love his hands on approach.!..the main people i have respect for even when some are no longer with us are Lloyd pie Michael Tellinger Michael A. Cremo Graham Hancock David Hatcher Childress Robert Bauval
There's many more great researchers still digging for the truth!
That Sigiriya building looks very much like the Mesopotamian Ziggurate doesn't it?
I think Angkor Wat was built upon another much older temple, and possibly several times too
The buildings were changed and sometimes they tried to put 'm back together, also one can see the exact same type of a certain construction coming back at, at least, Ankor area, Southern America, Middle East and the Krim. I haven't looked beyond that since I was looking for something else entirely, but it stood out at the time.
Gary Schoenung did an entire part on this area, I know it's in the long docu, but I was sure there was a separate part on Ankor, can't find it though.
Democracy is a well organized Anarchy in which too many People have something to say about nothing! --MS--
Although i like the video some items I have debate about "historically" . Not a hard core wtf debate. I will have to watch the rest. compile some items.
I will add this which have pondered. Granted a bit put there but what the hell.
This electricity and relieves. In particular the egg plant or bulb. My point is. The ones holding it. placing it upon the head. With such knowledge of electricity why would one sit by the cables hold on the head and or plug it into the vertebra. The vertebra item after thought. Now Keep in mind that many references to the head and spheres along with 3rd eye items that could be presented. Yes Shagolicious thought but perhaps it is the electricity/connection/frequency of the mind body being shown.
I do like the electricity item. I am posting reply to early. Yet have seen Foresters items and enjoy them. So kind of a treat seeing on of substantial length.
Mad Scientist: ::smileys-miscellaneous-069101::
Aug 6, 2017 3:50:34 GMT
grishnakh: so I'm almost finished season 2 of banshee.. ok not bad, not epic, but epic fight scenes though... and tittaes did I mention plenty of those heh heh ::smileys-cheers-641856::
Aug 6, 2017 22:11:29 GMT
Mad Scientist: Yeah, fight scenes are epic indeed. Story is ok, but it's all about the action...::smileys-funny-645106::
Aug 7, 2017 14:09:54 GMT
ratrodrob: watched a movie called, "Ex Machina" or something like that, it was about AI and the merging of consciousness and self thought, it was very good
Aug 8, 2017 4:33:44 GMT
p6t: I slept wrong and woke up with a terrrible backache ::smileys-holland-962907:: I'm thinking about leaving work early and going home to lay down ::smileys-miscellaneous-600212::Hope everyone has had a great weekend!!!
Aug 14, 2017 14:24:19 GMT
Mad Scientist: Hear ya, hate back pain, get it myself way too often lately. Just lie down in the garden and relax a little, listen to some Portishead or some. Take care... ::studsmatta::
Aug 14, 2017 15:46:06 GMT
DarkHeart: Sorry to hear about your back problem p6t, I found that only chiropractors can sort out serious back pain, not cheap & not as enjoyable as wine either lol ::4::
Aug 14, 2017 19:26:36 GMT
grishnakh: I get lower back pain regularly, my problem is weal core strength, I target my abs for a few days its all good! I'm a side sleeper and I found sleeping with a pillow between my thighs helps, for some reason I think it straightens my hips. Good luck p6t
Aug 14, 2017 20:35:53 GMT
Mad Scientist: Grish, you back from diving? Got a new series you need to check out, Preacher, am into the 2nd episode, very weird but also quite ok.
Aug 15, 2017 4:56:26 GMT
grishnakh: na we are off in a few weeks bro.. I seen the trailer a while back I think, yea it was odd looking
Aug 16, 2017 8:38:20 GMT
Mad Scientist: It's pretty graphic, opening scene is classic, Irish Guy in series obviously rules...
Aug 16, 2017 16:13:48 GMT