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    UFOtv presents: The Knowledge of the Forever Time 2 - The Hidden Stargate

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    "It is believed by science that the oldest knowledge that we can find in recorded human history here on Earth points to primitive man and cave paintings. But what if we discovered that hidden within those cave paintings is a sophisticated ancient alien system for tracking and navigating star constellations for interstellar space travel?

    Further study suggests that this prehistoric history recorded on stone also contains screams of fear and desperation that tell us how our world will end. New evidence reveals another story of prehistoric high technology and an extraterrestrial connection to our ancient past. And, believe it or not, it tells us how to save ourselves from an impending doom.

    The question you may need to ask yourself is, if you could understand these advanced ancient alien messages from our prehistoric past, what would you do?
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    Very interesting to watch the cave paintings and the suggestions that we were definitely NOT primitive beings, but quite sophisticated human beings. That alone was well worth the watching of the documentary.

    But I am not in favour of conclusions and predictions of any kind, until I get the clear picture of "knowledge" that it is so, I am still pending the result without any preconceived ideas about the outcome. So forgive me for saying: "We don't know this yet." Don't go into fear!
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    Quote Originally posted by Elen View Post
    Very interesting to watch the cave paintings and the suggestions that we were definitely NOT primitive beings, but quite sophisticated human beings. That alone was well worth the watching of the documentary.

    But I am not in favour of conclusions and predictions of any kind, until I get the clear picture of "knowledge" that it is so, I am still pending the result without any preconceived ideas about the outcome. So forgive me for saying: "We don't know this yet." Don't go into fear!
    Well, I would like to post a disclaimer at this point — I had already been thinking about doing this earlier. I post these UFOtv videos here because I'm subscribed to their channel on YouTube, so they turn up in my news feed there, and they usually do add some interesting perspectives and information to the table.

    However, I myself also do find that they tend to flirt with sensationalism, and especially so in their mangling of the video titles as they appear in my YouTube news feed. More often than not, the titles they give to the videos they upload are not the actual titles of the video productions themselves, but have instead been sensationalized so as to lure more people into watching them. That's cheap in my book — not to mention that it's very "mainstream" and that it screams "US American entertainment industry" — and it drops them a few steps down on my personal ladder of appreciation.

    Furthermore, I also always post the descriptions here that the UFOtv people themselves add to their videos, but I commonly have to edit these descriptions in order to correct the most blatant grammatical and spelling errors — seriously, it's abominable at times — and to add line breaks to the often too densely packaged paragraphs, as well as that I redact them in order to remove the propagandistic and/or self-advertising information.

    Lastly, I also don't necessarily support all of the opinions espoused in their videos. I only post them here as food for thought for those interested.

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    I appreciate you posting these here, Aragorn. I already figured that you were sharing them without being a wide-eyed believer, so to speak. And thanks for correcting the bad grammar, it's painful at times. My husband is constantly expressing dismay at the terrible writing of so many job applicants.

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    I appreciate you posting these here, Aragorn. I already figured that you were sharing them without being a wide-eyed believer, so to speak.
    Amen to that!
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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    ...] And thanks for correcting the bad grammar, it's painful at times. My husband is constantly expressing dismay at the terrible writing of so many job applicants.
    I suspect that some of those might secretly be LOLcats.




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    Even by the conventional narrative, these "cave men" were no stupider than the modern human. In many ways they were probably more intelligent, like in their awareness of their surroundings, having to live directly off the land from hunting and/or agriculture. It would be no different than if any of us were raised in one of these uncontacted jungle tribes today.

    I only skimmed through this video but what I saw was worse than sensational. They show a cave painting of a bull, declaring that it represents the constellation of Taurus, and before they even try to line up the actual star pattern with the cave painting (which incidentally does not match any kind of contour on the painting at all) they give a big spiel about how "naysayers" are too critical and "will only be convinced by their own mind about the validity of anything and everything." Yeah, like I'm supposed to hand my mind over to them and let them decide what is valid or not. Good one. So despite being berating me, the viewer, with criticism before even showing me their "evidence," I'm still not buying that particular argument.

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    Quote Originally posted by bsbray View Post
    Even by the conventional narrative, these "cave men" were no stupider than the modern human. In many ways they were probably more intelligent, like in their awareness of their surroundings, having to live directly off the land from hunting and/or agriculture. It would be no different than if any of us were raised in one of these uncontacted jungle tribes today.
    Yep, I reckon they were far more intelligent than we are because they were in harmony with nature, which gives rise to extra natural senses, for starters. More technologically advanced doesn't necessarily equal more intelligent.

    P.S. I had no idea stupider is a real word btw, I was going to tease you about it but checked before I did.

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    Quote Originally posted by Innocent Warrior View Post
    P.S. I had no idea stupider is a real word btw, I was going to tease you about it but checked before I did.
    You might get your opportunity later because I've been thinking about starting to use Trump's new word, "hugely." :spinning:

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    Quote Originally posted by bsbray View Post
    You might get your opportunity later because I've been thinking about starting to use Trump's new word, "hugely." :spinning:
    Lol...I use that word, that's an excellent word. :fisty:

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    Oops, my bad, he said "bigly."

    "Hugely" is also apparently a real word. Who'd've thunk it? Speaking this language all my life and still learning new things about it.

    Sorry for the thread hijack.

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    You're apology is appreciated bigly, bsbray.

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