A more grand and traveled Universe

-Posted by D. Worth (US) | for- M. Barbay (France)
In my view, the 'earliest' most forgotten parts of history were likely due to continuing cycles and renewals of irreversible climate change...

We look for clues which unravel how the earth is part of our civilizations... But likely, the most obvious clues point to the advanced and ancient (and now vanished) progenitor civilizations; who found earth 'less pivotal' as they were part of a more grand and traveled Universe...

Maybe they were stuck on this planet!

This geometry seems to have more to do with its relationship from the 'universe grid' as a point of origin; than the 'earth grid'... Although extra-planetary theory has yet to be fully verified; it remains largely frowned upon by most of the scientific community of Geologists, Archaeologists, Seismologists, and Egyptologists...

Interesting (older) clip which brings in a variety of experts, using Modern tools to unravel the age of the Sphinx... Though does not meet with 'orthodox' Egyptological dating for the Sphinx of around 4,500 years ago...

(VIDEO) TEAM'S VIEW: The pattern of erosion on the Sphinx indicates that it was carved at the end of the last Ice Age, when heavy rains fell on the eastern Sahara - perhaps more than 12,000 years ago. This contrasts starkly with 'orthodox' views; including Dr. Hawass... (And most everyone you meet)
Perhaps the Sphinx was a significant female guardian of whose extra-planetary connections (now long forgotten birth planet) was originally measured according to the stars of the constellation Leo; as it appeared in 10,500 BC, and thus immortalized in stone... As was not the (post climate-change) reinforced perception of "guide and guard" of civilization throughout the ages... 2500 BC.

Perhaps planet finder and other terrestrial explorers will eventually verify a replica of what we see on earth; as will provide a link...

Note: Still away (France) auto-posted from 3/5/09...
Travel Locations (5 of 20)...Have a wonderful day...

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