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Re: Roslin Chapel "corn cobs" and "aloe" images
On Sun, 1 Apr 2001, Jordan Lund wrote:
> Well, I don't know art of that age from a hole in the ground, I do admit
> that. But the pictures located at
> are hard to explain any other way.
It took me a while to even see what was supposed to be the corn. So, yes,
I do think there are other ways to explain this decorative element. (To
me it looks like trumpety flowers inserted in each other. I've never seen
"corn" kernels on husks before.
> Even if you don't accept the Chapel as evidence of Pre Columbian contact,
> there are literally hundreds if not thousands of well documented accounts
> (the Vikings most certainly) of pre-Columbian contact.
> There's also a very good book on how items that don't fit the accepted
> historical record get buried. It's called "Forbidden Archaeology" by Michael
> Cremo. Very well documented, runs about $45 to $50 US. It primarily deals
> with anthropology, but there are other interesting items. For example a coin
> (page 801) with a completely unknown script and a figure representing either
> a bird or a man in a feathered suit. It was found in Illinois, 125 feet
> below ground when a worker was digging a well. The geological record for the
> strata in which it was found dates back to between 50,000 and 410,000,000
> years ago. Yes. you read that right. 50,000 to 410,000,000 years ago.
> If this coin is not a fraud then it must either A) call into serious
> question the nature of dating items via strata or B) call into serious
> question our notions of human civilization. Quite a few other artifacts were
> found at a similar depth in the same area, including boat parts, hatchets,
> pot shards, etc lending credence to the idea that it's not a hoax.
A Gillette razor blade was found at the throat of a mummy. I do not
believe that time travel accounts for it. It does call into question
dating by strata as an absolute. I'd have to know much more about the
other finds to make a judgment.