100 million year old map

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I don't know how to describe this. I found it posted on another forum and it is really amazing. It is at the following site:


I just wonder why no one else has said anything about this.

Talk to you later.

-- Bob in WI (bjwick@hotmail.com), May 02, 2002


That is a wild story. I'm cuious to see how this plays out. BTW, Pravda? Is it ok to read Pravda since their not "Godless Commies" anymore?

-- John (jdoofus@hotmail.com), May 03, 2002.


Could their finally be proof of my belief in ancient astronaunts and their genetic engineering in creating us humans?

-- TomK( mich) (tjk@cac.net), May 03, 2002.

No, Tom, just because a rock is old when subjected to some test doesn't mean that you were genetically reverse engineered by space alien taco eating slave makers. And some people find it hard to believe in God...:)---

-- Doreen (bisquit@here.com), May 03, 2002.

Cheeze! Those astronauts were so dumb, if they had printed their map on paper they could have taken it home with them!

-- john hill (john@cnd.co.nz), May 03, 2002.


I read news from many different countries. I find it interesting to read the news from say Pakistan and compare it to what the government is feeding us about the war. I don't say that I always believe what the foreign news says, but without hearing their side how can you know what is true?? (If you believe the CBS evening news you are in trouble.) I just came across Pravda the other day and really haven't read much from them. I expect that there will be some information there that I can learn. (By the way all the godless commies are now in the congress, they are known as liberal democrats.)


Somehow I thought you would find this interesting .


I personally think it is easier to believe in God than to believe this, but nontheless I did find it interesting. It doesn't change my beliefs at all. I have always had a penchant for this extraordinary stuff. Its kind of like smoking, you can't just have one. You need to examine everything you can on the subject.

-- Bob in WI (bjwick@hotmail.com), May 03, 2002.

bob, I liked it too! I have always liked "forbidden" archeology, and the fantastic things referring to space aliens in the very distant past. It's fun, but this one has even more conjecture than usual:). I find it interesting and entertaining, but not something I would spend a lot of time studying at this point. Thanks for posting it!

-- Doreen (bisquit@here.com), May 03, 2002.

Doreen, I beg your pardon. My space aliens did not eat TACOS! they only had KFC back then. LOL!!!!!!

-- TomK(mich) (tjk@cac.net), May 05, 2002.

And I suppose nobody believes in Velikovsky's "Worlds in Collision" and "Ages in Chaos" theories about global cataclysms?

-- TomK(mich) (tjk@cac.net), May 05, 2002.

I find it all quite interesting.

-- Jay Blair in N. AL (jayblair678@yahoo.com), May 06, 2002.

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