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Vitrification ! And UFO's of course

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hehehe just stumbled across a page which a certain poster here.... who has been quiet a while would get excited about, its about vitrified rocks and holes. Ring a bell anyone?... and who knows maybe this will entice him back with a "see, I told you so" :w00t:

"VITRIFIED "STONES," ANOMALOUS HOLES & UFO ACTIVITY IN POLAND"

Mrs. Kuss reports that it was about 2:00am early one morning in July (or perhaps early August) of 1998 and she was unable to fall asleep: "I don't know why, but I couldn't. And suddenly my room became all red...the whole room became red, because there was something glowing outside the window. I saw this object in the sky. It had the shape of an ellipse and [it] glowed in red, a very intense red...And it was very slowly lowering itself onto the field. The glow from this thing was enormous. The whole object was emitting such light that it reminded me of a bright ball, but with a distinctive shape inside the glow. And it was going down very, very slowly."

At first Mrs.Kuss thought what she was seeing was a meteorite, but realized this couldn't be because the object was descending so slowly. She states that sometimes it even "stopped" for awhile, and would then continue its descent.

The fiery object, which was approximately 150 meters in front of her windows, appeared to be only 3-4 meters across.

More:

http://www.bltresear...s/polandufo.php

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I think the 'rock' shown at the beginning of the link might be Industrial Slag.....

I found a piece similar to this many years ago on a canal tow-path and someone identified it for me...

some examples of industrial slag..

http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=industrial+slag&hl=en&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=zrx3UfaQDcGLOP7RgLgF&sqi=2&ved=0CC4QsAQ&biw=1440&bih=731

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I think the 'rock' shown at the beginning of the link might be Industrial Slag.....

I found a piece similar to this many years ago on a canal tow-path and someone identified it for me...

some examples of industrial slag..

http://www.google.co...iw=1440&bih=731

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Industrial slag? Isnt that a tart who hangs round industrial estates? hehe :w00t:

No but kidding aside, I tend to agree with you, and anything else that isnt ufo vitrification :tu:

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seeder, try googling 'vitrified forts'

VERY interesting!

and very unexplained!

;-)

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Industrial slag? Isnt that a tart who hangs round industrial estates? hehe :w00t:

:P

No but kidding aside, I tend to agree with you, and anything else that isnt ufo vitrification :tu:

I don't think anyone actually suggested that UFOs caused vitrification at ancient sites...??

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seeder, try googling 'vitrified forts'

VERY interesting!

and very unexplained!

;-)

spooky....

I almost linked to this for my last post...then decided I didn't have time to take it all in, at the moment....so didn't post it

http://www.brigantes...ifieedForts.htm

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I don't think anyone actually suggested that UFOs caused vitrification at ancient sites...??

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No but zoser quoted all the time that shiny rocks at PP were caused by high heat that was caused by alien tech...lazers and stone softening tech...all that malarkey

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seeder, try googling 'vitrified forts'

VERY interesting!

and very unexplained!

;-)

hehe hey Shrooma, hows tings?!!

Yeh I did many times while hammering it out on the AA is true thread... a mystery indeed. But I also found a link showing lightening striking such forts,,see plasma bursts and lightening strikes on page 6 here.....maybe its not so, but its plausible...on ancient landscapes mans buildings were the highest feature, apart from trees that is

http://www.robertsch...suesept2010.pdf

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I live near the fort at almondbury, the view from the top is stunning, and the hill can be seen for miles in every direction, but I wasn't aware it was vitrified??

might go and have another, closer look at the weekend.....

:-)

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I live near the fort at almondbury, the view from the top is stunning, and the hill can be seen for miles in every direction, but I wasn't aware it was vitrified??

might go and have another, closer look at the weekend.....

:-)

Lucky you,....it looks like a interesting place to visit and explore.... :tu:

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hehe hey Shrooma!!

Yeh I did many times while hammering it out on the AA is true thread... a mystery indeed. But I also found a link showing lightening striking such forts,,page 6 here

http://www.robertschoch.com/articles/schochvitrificationnewdawnspecialissuesept2010.pdf

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lightening's definitely one way of doing it (space aliens being another! :-D).

there's a video on yoochoob of the late, great, Arthur C. Clark attempting to vitrify a small section of wall with very little success. they ended running out of wood, so all the local villagers started turning up with tables and wardrobes 'n stuff!

he postulated that there wouldn't have been enough trees in scotland to make ONE vitrified fort, but scotland has SIXTY!!

ET was very busy indeed!

:-)

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I have a theory that the Ark of the Covenant spent some time in Scotland....before it was taken to maybe Nova Scotia then America...L...O...L

Just saying..... :innocent:

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Lucky you,....it looks like a interesting place to visit and explore.... :tu:

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very lucky indeed bee!

where I live, the place is littered with stone circles, prehistoric rock art, cairns, standing stones, burial mounds, and there's certainly no shortage of interesting places to go camping on summer weekends!

:-)

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very lucky indeed bee!

where I live, the place is littered with stone circles, prehistoric rock art, cairns, standing stones, burial mounds, and there's certainly no shortage of interesting places to go camping on summer weekends!

:-)

nice...I was camping in Wiltshire last weekend and spent a happy afternoon at West Kennet Longbarrow...Silbury Hill...Swallowhead Spring..

There's not much along those lines in the Midlands, where I live, though...so you are indeed lucky to have all those places on your doorstep...

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hehe hey Shrooma, hows tings?!!

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things are great thanks seeder!

sun's warm, beer's cold, and being a man of simple tastes, that's good enough for me!

how about you? everything going swimmingly I trust?

:-)

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nice...I was camping in Wiltshire last weekend and spent a happy afternoon at West Kennet Longbarrow...Silbury Hill...Swallowhead Spring...

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I hope you called in for a few dustbusters at the red lion in avebury while you were there....?

love west kennett long barrow, and always go to the stonehenge festival a day early just so I can stay there overnight!

it has some excellent acoustics when there's some drums and a didge going!

:-)

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I hope you called in for a few dustbusters at the red lion in avebury while you were there....?

love west kennett long barrow, and always go to the stonehenge festival a day early just so I can stay there overnight!

it has some excellent acoustics when there's some drums and a didge going!

:-)

there WERE three people drumming in the Long Barrow when I first went up there....I joined in for a little while by clinking

a couple of stones together.... :D

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I joined in for a little while by clinking

a couple of stones together.... :D

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a couple of years ago a group of 6-7 people turned up and started humming!! they were making some really weird noises, like human didgeridoos, and it gave the place a really eerie atmosphere!

I didn't join in though.....

:-)

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INDUSTRIAL SLAG

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