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Hidden History of the Human Race


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  • Andrewbb#

    Andrewbb June 8, 2011 11:33:20 PM CEST

    Early Caduceus references are interesting. The Caduceus is 2 snakes on a pole with wings flying high. Doctors originally only involved themselves in risky childbirth situations. Umbilical cord cuts were rare. That is traumatic to the child who can show no emotion at that time. Today we have 30% c-sections. Something to consider. Why is traumatizing a child upon birth ubiquitous? (there is a specific reason for this)

  • Philwright818#

    Philwright818 May 3, 2011 5:23:49 AM CEST

    says back to classand the narrators name sounds like class, not sure what it was

  • Thundralight#

    Thundralight March 7, 2011 4:35:09 AM CET

    When I click on play it takes me to some sorry zwinky ad crap

  • Tomekalifornia#

    Tomekalifornia December 10, 2010 6:37:25 PM CET

    That comment doesn't disprove anything.Are you ignoring the fact that both egyptians and incas had mummies?Or that even today, with our technology, we couldn't build a pyramid in the same way where you can't even stick a knife in between the cracks? Did you know the same is true for machu picchu?Your response just shows how unanalytical your approach is. It's like saying we live in an ocean because the sky is blue and bodies of water are blue. Yes, but one doesn't necessarily mean the other. It could be water, but it could not be. Likewise, just because it's a simple shape, doesn't mean that's why it was built.If it was so simple, how come only the most advanced civilizations on earth built it using very advanced technology, and not all the other cultures? How come other civilizations didn't build pyramids? Wouldn't the advanced civilizations build something a little more advanced than the simplest?

  • Skeptik#

    Skeptik June 9, 2010 1:44:39 PM CEST

    I just turned this on and it only took 1 minute and 45 second to reach pseudo-science.Klaus Dona asks rhetorically: "[The significance is that] You can find pyramids all over the world on each continent, and the question is when and who did build those pyramids. Why those pyramids all over the world are looking very very similar (...) and did it really exist a global civilization."Well, let me answer that without involving any ad hoc theory about global yet undocumented and unrecoverable civilizations that to the extent of the evidence found so far has never existed.What is a pyramid? Wikipedia says a pyramid's a "building where the outer surfaces are triangular and converge at a point" with at least four faces including the bottom. So if you disregard the pyramid AS A SYMBOL and start to take in ITS REALITY AS A SHAPE you may have the ability to realize also that this shape has a very important property: It's the only structure less than six faces (including bottom and top, e.g. a box) that's stable and includes an empty space inside. So, what's so important about this, you ask.It's only the architectural shortcut to a stable, long-lasting and safe structure.People are smart, of course they will build pyramids when the materials they have will allow it. That people and cultures all over the world have done this is a testament that all people all over the world were smart in their quest for survival.There, I just saved you 50 minutes of BS.

  • Wilf2007#

    Wilf2007 June 8, 2010 11:43:23 AM CEST

    Claus said: "I didn't know this!"Then the guy says: "No, no..." That's all I got from it! Man... It's bugging me now!

  • Wilf2007#

    Wilf2007 June 8, 2010 11:36:58 AM CEST

    Yeah, it sounded like he said that! Hmm?!

  • Mrmynx#

    Mrmynx June 6, 2010 11:57:00 PM CEST

    Wow he sounds a lot like Zachariah Stichen the voice I mean.

  • Ancientfossil#

    Ancientfossil June 6, 2010 11:36:43 PM CEST

    This was excellent! It is great to see all these people researching our past and informing us instead of the junk that they are teaching in the schools and churches...great post!

  • Kenny1#

    Kenny1 June 2, 2010 8:34:54 PM CEST

    seems this guy is saying the same as graham hancock,using much of the same findings though hancock does give a chronology base on ancient stat alignements and geological wear on the stones of many ancient monuments.



 
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