Lost Civilizations Beyond the Ends of the Earth - ROBERT SEPEHR

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Lost Civilizations Beyond the Ends of the Earth - ROBERT SEPEHR

Postby Canuckster » Tue Sep 24, 2019 2:34 am



Lost Civilizations Beyond the Ends of the Earth - ROBERT SEPEHR

Robert Sepehr is probably the biggest voice of reason on these topics today.
People say they all want the truth, but when they are confronted with a truth that disagrees with them, they balk at it as if it were an unwanted zombie apocalypse come to destroy civilization.

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Postby Masato » Tue Sep 24, 2019 12:10 pm

This was a good talk on the bias of modern archaeology:



Explains a common phenomenon where the general CONSENSUS of opinion at any point in time filters, shapes, and spins evidence into its own theory. It naturally accepts evidence that fits the status-quo belief narrative, but has great difficulty dealing with any evidence that may contradict the consensus, or status-quo belief narrative. So they brush such evidence off, explain it away, claim they are hoaxes, etc - all very unscientific.

This is otherwise known as Cognitive Dissonance, those of us who have spend time in the CT world have seen it go in many directions, lol

Anyways the dude wrote a book called 'Forbidden Archaeology', and cites case after case where this happens; evidence contradicts the timeline of Darwin's Evolution / recent appearance of Humans... and time after time but the archaeological institutions go all buggy trying to answer it.

He also questions the very systems of modern dating as a whole, suggests perhaps our equipment is not as good as we think and perhaps we can't really properly tell how old stuff is very well at all and so our timeline might totally be wrong.

In any case, the evidence he brings suggests that Humans have been around much much longer than conventional archaeology is willing to accept.

Why folks have so much trouble with this? I often see the stubbornness beyond reason, as if something is being covered up and a strict narrative must be adhered to at all cost. It smells the same sometimes as similar CT coverups to me, the same closed-minded fearful insistence on ridiculing any evidence that shakes the official story


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