Saturday, February 29, 2020

Sound Healing The Song of Mother Earth by Mei-lan Mauritis and the Cappella Romana in a virtual Hagia Sophia

The Hagia Sophia, whose name means “holy wisdom,” is a domed monument originally built as a cathedral in Constantinople (now Istanbul, Turkey) in the sixth century A.D

This may have been the first Tartarian Cathedral.

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Two Day Sunlit Orbit and the Nazca Lines

Several years ago I followed the work of researcher Chuck; Cfapps7865 on YouTube, in following the Nazca lines carved atop a mountain, at an 1,700 foot elevation, in Nazca, Peru. We both hypothesized that the lines followed either the "old" equator of the Earth, before the cataclysm of 11,600 years ago, or the "celestial" equator of the Earth. We were apparently both wrong.

The lines, when continued, travel straight over Easter Island to the West, across the right eye of Anubis (The Spinx), to the East, and BULLSEYE at Angkor Watt in Cambodia. They pass over Ollantaytambo, Mohenjo Daro, and several other "likely" pre-deluvian cities on the way to Angkor Watt.

What researcher and TED speaker Roger G. Gilbertson discovered, is that these "flight" lines, carved in a mountain top in Nazca Peru, follow the paths of two-day, constantly sunlit, satellite orbits. The implications are of this are staggering, but for me, not surprising. What I take from this astounding research is what I have suspected for a long time; that pre-deluvian civilization was as or more scientifically advanced than us, in their own unique way, with their own kind of technology. I always suspected that the pre-deluvian ancients, at least had basic maritime and flight capability. But now, thanks to Mr. Gilbertson, we see support, and perhaps proof, that the ancients of pre-deluvian times, had space and satellite ability. But you decide for yourself. The TED Talk is below.

A year ago I posted this: NAZCA

Cfapps7865 work got me stared at Nazca:

Chuck's original "must see" Youtube video on Nazca

The Nazca navigation lines

The Nazca lines seem to follow the "Old" equator or the Earth, or the "Celestial" (Astrological) equator of the Earth; (both hypothesis are now likely wrong), and draw a line straight across the antediluvian world to the Pyramid of Khafre and the Sphinx (Anubis), and then on to Angkor Wat
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Well done Mr. Gilbertson! Thank you!

Monday, February 10, 2020

Travel and Adventure: Austin and San Antonio Texas

First Night, Eureka Restaurant, Keto Dinner and Garrison Brothers Whiskey - Both Excellent!

The Go To Beer of Texas, Not Bad

OK, so, these houses that your gonna see next are very nice from the street.  But what you don't see is that they are all duplex to sextuplex homes.   This is possible because of a shitty law called Code Next which allows greedy developers to come in and over build the Shit out of Austin.  What's not being overbuilt are the utilities.   I predict that in ten years or less, infrastructure bottle necks are going to cause chaos and hardship in Austin in a big, bad way.   Especially the sewers.

Each one of these properties now has 3 or more houses on them, all attached or on top of each other.  If one person on the property lets their home go hell, they all go down.

I love this house.   The problem is there is another one behind it, on one lot.
This was a single family home.  I could do this.  By the way, the blue Ford Fiesta was my rental.  It drove like shopping cart, but it had a digital compass, and I really liked having one.

No garage but one home.   Needs a place for wheeled toys.
You can kiss your neighbors and their kids goodby in the morning from your kitchen window.
Nice, but two homes.

Loved it, two homes :-(

You get the idea.  Code Next Sucks!

Czech Republic Influence in Texas, and Tasty!

Natural Treasures in Austin Texas.  The biggest Rock, Fossil, and Mineral Shop I have ever seen.

If I had it, I would pay the 100 grand for this.

Turkish Shop.  I have always liked these.

Really cool lighting.  I am looking up at this to take the shot.

These guys used CD's to make outdoor lights more interesting.  This is a must do.

This is a picture of large bird, large bird nests.

This still makes me smile.

Austin Craft Beer, Not Bad at All.

I loved the Doughminican food truck and Melvin, the owner.  Great Empanadas.

Great way to make a water reclamation drain look cool.

Well, not to sketchy.  Now throw in a Steak, and we'll talk.

What I believe are Civil Defense Towers.  But nobody knew for sure.

The Spider House is a Great Place for Drinks and Conversation

You've got to get your food from nearby food trucks though.

Those of you who know me, know that this is where I'm gonna sit.


You can't tell from this picture, but my Honey had a really good time talking with the people to my right.  And so did I.

Awesome 24 Hour College Cafe

Silo Art Gallery in Houston

Awesome place in Houston, too crowded for us to go in.

Chicken Shit Bingo.  Everyone should do it once.

 I asked some Austrian guys visiting Austin, who were at Chicken Shit Bingo, if I could try some of their Austrian Camel Tobacco.  Despite the riske~ picture, it was a really pleasant smoke.

Making friends over Beer and Smokes, on a Beautiful Spring Day in JANUARY.  It don't get any better than that, not in Chicago anyway.

Excellent Ramen in Austin

Prohibition Ice Cream, We LOVED this place!

Joanna Gain's little Empire in Texas

This building survived a Force 5 Tornado

I don't drink soda anymore, but I'm still a Pepper at heart.

Remember the ... What was this place again?

Tartarian at the top Barbarian at the bottom.

My Award Winning Photo, Taken at the Alamo

My other Award Winning Shot, Taken in San Antonio, TX

Next Time.

 The River Walk in San Antonio is Pure Joy!

If this don't kill you.

This Will!

Could have stayed here a week.

Austin has a Comfortable Airport

Alamo Squirrel

Home, Ice Cold, Over-Taxed, Massively Corrupt, Home