Ancient Inventions and Anthropology

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

ANCIENT INVENTIONS: - In Alexandria and inrepparttar Cave of Hathor there appear to be reasons to believe we had electricity. There is no doubt that fraudulent traders were using electrum plating techniques to make gold plate on other metals to sell as pure gold. Some thinkrepparttar 149114 cave drawings show electrical wiring conduits, and I think it might be phosphorous slush in hoses to makerepparttar 149115 light by whichrepparttar 149116 cave was painted by artists. There are professors who would have us believerepparttar 149117 reason there is no carbon deposits from oil or wax burning lamps has to do with blind artisans. Thales had a small steam engine,repparttar 149118 lighthouse at Alexandria and their tri-level sea-going ships, slot machines and other things leadrepparttar 149119 authors of Ancient Inventions to say they could build anything we could build untilrepparttar 149120 mid-20th century. They detailrepparttar 149121 skill of port construction and many other things. There is much more than they talk about for us to re-learn or know, and many whole disciplines or things we've not yet re-discovered.

ANTHROPOLOGY: - There are so many examples of forced 'direct inference' theorization rather than 'observation and conclusion' to fit all facts in every area of science. Anthropologists in Polynesia kept tellingrepparttar 149122 native people that they came from S. E. Asia despiterepparttar 149123 native assertions that they came from South America or evenrepparttar 149124 Nootka/Haida nation ofrepparttar 149125 Pacific Northwest. Thor Heyerdahl provedrepparttar 149126 natives were correct. The lack of willingness to accept that humans were inventive and ingenious enough to create rafts is nearly funny. There is botanical proof that Hawaii's vegetation is not all indigenous and came fromrepparttar 149127 Caroline Islands of 1500 miles away. A cable TV documentary showed howrepparttar 149128 rites ofrepparttar 149129 Caroline Islanders involve a bailing kind of movement and they established that as long ago as 150,000 BC these islanders traveled to Hawaii on huge rafts with outriggers. The jungles' vines and logs would make a raft in evenrepparttar 149130 earliest times of hominid development.

The anthropologists as a whole are

L. Ron Hubbard, Jr. Blows the Whistle

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

L. Ron Hubbard, Jr. Blowsrepparttar Whistle

When L. Ron Hubbard actually died there was a different air of open investigation that American media was involved with. The Church of Scientology had not adequately proven they hadrepparttar 148846 goods on other religions and nations using mind control against their flock and so they had not been granted tax free status. Germany and France are still engaged in trying to tellrepparttar 148847 truth about them. Time Magazine did a lot of good work around this time and they were backed byrepparttar 148848 likes ofrepparttar 148849 FBI but now anyone inrepparttar 148850 media who tells any truth about Scientology will have a lot of legal expenses and they are also blackballed byrepparttar 148851 members of this church just likerepparttar 148852 Baptists have done to Disney and Catholics or others do allrepparttar 148853 time. I have chosen a little of a Penthouse Magazine article for your consideration.

Inrepparttar 148854 Penthouse interview with L. Ron Hubbard Jr. we haverepparttar 148855 following starting with them asking aboutrepparttar 148856 supposed research done to makerepparttar 148857 book Dianetics which I had recommended to my younger brother before he got involved with them:

“Penthouse: ‘Did he writerepparttar 148858 book offrepparttar 148859 top of his head? Did he do any research?’

Hubbard: ‘No research at all. When he has answered that question overrepparttar 148860 years, his answer has changed according to which biography he was writing. Sometimes he used to write a new biography every week. He usually said that he had put thirty years of research intorepparttar 148861 book. But no, he did not. What he did, really, was take bits and pieces from other people and put them together in a blender and stir them all up - and out came Dianetics! Allrepparttar 148862 examples inrepparttar 148863 book - some 200 "real-life experiences" - were justrepparttar 148864 result of his obsessions with abortions and unconscious states…

In fact,repparttar 148865 vast majority of those incidents were invented offrepparttar 148866 top of his head. The rest stem from his own secret life, which was deeply involved inrepparttar 148867 occult and black-magic. That involvement goes back to when he was sixteen, living in Washington. D.C. He got hold ofrepparttar 148868 book by Aleister Crowley called 'The Book of Law'. He was very interested in several things that wererepparttar 148869 creation of what some people callrepparttar 148870 Moon Child. It was basically an attempt to create an immaculate conception - except by Satan rather than by God. Another important idea wasrepparttar 148871 creation of what they call embryo implants - of getting a satanic or demonic spirit to inhabitrepparttar 148872 body of a fetus. This would come about as a result of black-magic rituals, which includedrepparttar 148873 use of hypnosis, drugs, and other dangerous and destructive practices. One ofrepparttar 148874 important things was to destroyrepparttar 148875 evidence if you failed at this immaculate conception. That's how my father became obsessed with abortions. I have a memory of this that goes back to when I was six years old. It is certainly a problem for my father and for Scientology that I remember this. It was around 1939, 1940, that I watched my father doing something to my mother. She was lying onrepparttar 148876 bed and he was sitting on her, facing her feet. He had a coat hanger in his hand. There was blood alloverrepparttar 148877 place. I remember my father shouting at me. "Go back to bed!" A little while later a doctor came and took her off torepparttar 148878 hospital. She didn't talk about it for quite a number of years. Neither did my father.’"

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