Guys, I only post these videos here because I'm subscribed to the UFOtv
channel on YouTube, and so these videos appear in my feed. More often than not, I find myself in serious disagreement with the material presented, or with the logic behind it. And that is not any different on account of this particular video here.
Although the early-20th-century footage of people using what appears to be a kind of mobile phone is certainly highly fascinating — provided that the footage is real to begin with, and that it was neither staged as a deception, nor a fragment of a more contemporary movie about that era which was shot in black and white, and where one of the background characters fell out of line by using their cellphone while the camera was rolling — I personally find that Damon T. Berry is jumping to conclusions too easily. (That, and he has a habit of repeating himself and using ten long sentences — with lots of dramatic pauses — to say something he could easily have said in only two short sentences.)
Besides, what he said about that alleged apparatus worn by the Mayan king is wrong too. Bluetooth is a short-range wireless connectivity technology which, among other things, can be used to connect a wireless headset with a cellphone or smartphone, but it most certainly doesn't use any satellites, and neither do cellphones or smartphones. Instead, they rely on cellular digital telephony networks, in which an area is divided into "cells", each one covered by a cellphone tower, which is nothing but a large antenna. The mobile devices communicate with the tower, and the towers themselves are connected to the phone carrier's network by way of underground cabling.
As for the sun being a stargate, I wouldn't advise him to try passing through it. He would probably already long be dead of the radiation by the time he gets there, and by the time his deceased body would then finally reach the sun, he would have been boiled, fried, burned to a crisp and ultimately even vaporized by the extreme temperatures.
Anyway, I just wanted to get that off my chest. I don't want to give anyone the impression that I buy into all this woo-woo, even if there is
a bit of truth in these videos here and there. I just post them here to share them with you guys as food for thought, that's all.