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Secret discoveries of early man



The creators of the Emmy Award Winning "Mystery of the Sphinx" present this revolutionary new film.

   

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Comment icon #5 Posted by Darkcore on 26 July, 2011, 18:20
@Vidgange I don't believe at 100% of what is said in the video, but it's exactly because of people like you that new believe are brushed aside for old and stupid misconception.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Marv on 26 July, 2011, 22:43
When I imagine Moses" I imagine Charleton Heston. I believe whatever he says.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Paracelse on 27 July, 2011, 5:11
Why would any scientist risks his career to promote an idea that does fit with "orthodox" science if he didn't really believe it. This is how tectonic plate concept occurs, Darwinian concept occurs because Larmarck (the real discoverer of Darwinian concept) stuck to his gun (and lost it all). There are prolly many useless extrapolation in that video which I saw before, but this doesn't mean that everything in it is wrong.
Comment icon #8 Posted by lilcharleslanca on 27 July, 2011, 5:33
Idk what yall are talking about, everyhting that was said is more than possible, and the only part that isn't plausible is the part about the sphinx (just in my opinion). Everything that was said contains strong facts and still today baffle the minds of great archeologist, scientist, and inventors. If there is one thing we know it's that we dont know much... the space is HUGE with possibilities of things we havent even thought of yet, so how is it so hard to believe that we simply just dont know yet. I personally like the theory that alot of what we dont know is frozen under miles of ice and i... [More]
Comment icon #9 Posted by philbo on 27 July, 2011, 11:46
Whooooa...this video is so old and outdated...many of it's outlandish claims have been thoroughly rubbished. Nobody should be open to any of this nonsense....there are NO giant skeletons in existence..nor any skulls pulled from coal seams.
Comment icon #10 Posted by lilcharleslanca on 27 July, 2011, 20:56
Whooooa...this video is so old and outdated...many of it's outlandish claims have been thoroughly rubbished. Nobody should be open to any of this nonsense....there are NO giant skeletons in existence..nor any skulls pulled from coal seams. If nobody should be open to this than why did you even care to watch it or even get on this website, obviously some of it cannot be "thoroughly rubbish" considering that "experts" (people that are PROFESSIONALS at what they do) are still today baffled and dont have explainations and we still dont have answers for them... I mean really try to look up the answ... [More]
Comment icon #11 Posted by Atlantis Rises on 28 July, 2011, 15:25
An interesting video. What year was it broadcast? It's strange, however, that they would get a very religious individual like CH to host it, when he's said on numerous occasions that he believes in the Bible and Genesis.
Comment icon #12 Posted by Paracelse on 29 July, 2011, 14:09
An interesting video. What year was it broadcast? It's strange, however, that they would get a very religious individual like CH to host it, when he's said on numerous occasions that he believes in the Bible and Genesis. After googeling it, it appears the story told by Moses (AKA Ben Hur) was on the air the first time in 1996. It seems indisputable that some research are hurting conventional knowledge of history, primarily the time line. PS: Long time no see AR, wass new.
Comment icon #13 Posted by FLOMBIE on 29 July, 2011, 14:39
[...]It's strange, however, that they would get a very religious individual like CH to host it,[...] I don't find this strange at all, as the video is promoting lots of creationist ideas, e.g. Dinosaur and man coexisting, earth not being millions, but only thousands of years old (seriously? How can this "scientist" make a claim like that.), etc..
Comment icon #14 Posted by promKing on 1 August, 2011, 14:53
That's an old video. I remember I once researched every person that appears in this video and found out they were fakes except for that woman archaeologist who really appears to have found some more ancient Americans then is now generally taken. But for instance that guy who claims human and dinosaur footsteps in Kentucky is crazy you can see him in "Daily Show" (archives). Or those dinosaurs drawn into rock - wikipedia claims they're fake, drawn with modern paint; or those very ancient spheres seems to first appear in that crazy "weekly world news" magazine and so on...


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