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flesh beady-eyed abode keepsake machete
  12/09/23
"experts say" "studies show"
Spectacular Lemon Community Account
  12/09/23
What do experts say
hilarious honey-headed partner
  12/09/23
6000 years lol
flesh beady-eyed abode keepsake machete
  12/09/23
in my experience, 'experts' are all huge fags, huge queers ...
talented gaping crackhouse
  12/09/23
"experts" dont even understand 1% of the ancient p...
blue home
  12/09/23
There are huge stone walls and buildings underwater that nob...
Hateful milk nowag
  12/09/23
Based on the age, we don't even know if they were human. Den...
hyperventilating selfie gas station
  12/09/23
Most definitely. In Netflix'documentary Ancient Apocalypse, ...
Mildly autistic private investor parlour
  12/09/23
All the major locations explored in Ancient Apocalypse By R...
Mildly autistic private investor parlour
  12/09/23
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Mildly autistic private investor parlour
  12/09/23
yes, much, leaving aside the coastal flooding there is also ...
territorial bespoke temple dopamine
  12/09/23
idk but im sure there are all kinds of "facts" we'...
Lilac unholy idea he suggested
  12/09/23
Probably
doobsian fear-inspiring circlehead
  12/09/23
Probably
adventurous dragon useless brakes
  12/09/23


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Date: December 9th, 2023 12:29 AM
Author: flesh beady-eyed abode keepsake machete



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Date: December 9th, 2023 12:30 AM
Author: Spectacular Lemon Community Account

"experts say"

"studies show"

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=5457525&forum_id=2#47149997)



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Date: December 9th, 2023 12:30 AM
Author: hilarious honey-headed partner

What do experts say

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Date: December 9th, 2023 11:31 PM
Author: flesh beady-eyed abode keepsake machete

6000 years lol

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=5457525&forum_id=2#47153036)



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Date: December 9th, 2023 12:36 AM
Author: talented gaping crackhouse

in my experience, 'experts' are all huge fags, huge queers

ya betta belee dat

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=5457525&forum_id=2#47150013)



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Date: December 9th, 2023 12:38 AM
Author: blue home

"experts" dont even understand 1% of the ancient past

im sure there are yuge temples buried beneath the dirt in places like indonesia that wld be 100x grander than anything we know



(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=5457525&forum_id=2#47150015)



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Date: December 9th, 2023 12:39 AM
Author: Hateful milk nowag

There are huge stone walls and buildings underwater that nobody has any idea who built.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=5457525&forum_id=2#47150016)



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Date: December 9th, 2023 12:43 AM
Author: hyperventilating selfie gas station

Based on the age, we don't even know if they were human. Denisovans and neanderthals walked the earth.

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=5457525&forum_id=2#47150020)



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Date: December 9th, 2023 12:47 AM
Author: Mildly autistic private investor parlour

Most definitely. In Netflix'documentary Ancient Apocalypse, it is shown that during the ice age there used to be a civilization that ended up underwater when the continents were arranged in very different ways than they are now.

There's a ton of evidence and the pyramids of several countries that are very far away from each other all point to the same builders (Asia, Egypt, Latin America). How did these people build similar, gigantic structures in places so far away from each other?

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=5457525&forum_id=2#47150026)



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Date: December 9th, 2023 12:50 AM
Author: Mildly autistic private investor parlour

All the major locations explored in Ancient Apocalypse

By Rahul Shinde

Last Updated: November 12, 2022

In the brand new Netflix docuseries Ancient Apocalypse, Graham Hancock talks about a number of locations that hint at an advanced civilization that might’ve been erased from history during the ice age.

From Indonesia to Turkey, Graham Hancock went on to examine pyramids that were long ignored by the people and cities buried deep under the surface.

By connecting all the dots, he tried to sum up that an advanced civilization was at work before the ice age.

Here is a look at all the locations Graham Hancock visited in order to prove his theories.

Indonesia: Gunung Padang

Located on the island of Java, near the village of Karyamukti, Gunung Padang is a megalithic site built on earth and stone at the top of an extinct volcano. The site is filled with oddly hexagonal stone slabs strewn everywhere.

A closer look at these rocks suggests that they were cut and repurposed as building materials.

Geologist Danny Hilman Natawidjaja’s investigation further proposed that the place is much more than a hill; it is more of a step-pyramid, which was probably built by an advanced civilization 24,000 years ago.

Mexico: Great Pyramid of Cholula, Texcotzingo, Xochicalco

The Great Pyramid of Cholula stands at a height of 146.6 meters in the Puebla region’s city of Cholula. The pyramid was neglected for centuries, as people saw it as just another hill.

Evidence suggests that the Great Pyramid of Cholula is dedicated to the ancient god of rain and floods, Tlaloc.

The pyramid isn't as tall as Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza, but it was once larger, measuring 400 by 400 meters at its base, making it the largest monument ever constructed by any civilization.

About a two-hour drive to the northwest from the city of Cholula is Texcotzingo, which is claimed to be one of the first extant botanical gardens.

The Aztecs built a remarkable network of garden terraces and pools over here, fed by cleverly constructed aqueducts that carried water down from reservoirs at the mountain’s top.

A few hours to the south of Mexico City is Xochicalco, which is also built by a civilization humans don’t know much about. There are two pyramids over here, one dedicated to Tlaloc and the other to Mexico’s civilizing hero, Quetzalcoatl.

Malta: Ggantija, Ghar Dalam, Mnajdra

Ggantija is a giant megalithic structure located on the Mediterranean island of Gozo. Considered to be 5600 years old, Ggantija is the world’s second-oldest existing man-made religious structure.

Near the southeast coast of the main island of Malta is Ghar Dalam, a 144-meter-long phreatic tube and cave. Ghar Dalam is no less than a time machine, as it offers a glimpse into Malta’s prehistory.

A series of floods over here have left behind animal bones and fossils dating back thousands of years.

Mnajdra, on the other hand, is located on the southern coast of the Mediterranean island of Malta and was built around the fourth millennium BCE.

Bahamas: Bimini Road

The Bimini Road is an underwater rock formation near North Bimini Island. A group of divers first discovered the formation in 1968 while looking for the lost city of Atlantis.

The hook-shaped formation runs roughly from northeast to southwest, about 1,600 feet long. Evidence of whether this was a road to other ancient advanced civilizations is still missing.

Turkey: Göbekli Tepe, Karahan Tepe, Derinkuyu

Located in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, Göbekli Tepe is a Neolithic archaeological site that dates back to around 11,600 years ago, making it the oldest acknowledged monumental structure on the earth.

It was built at a time when the Earth was just emerging from the last ice age. Many of the pillars at the site give insights into the particular iconography of the period.

All the major locations explored in Ancient Apocalypse 1

Göbekli Tepe, Karahan Tepe, and the underground city of Derinkuyu

About an hour’s drive from Göbekli Tepe is Karahan Tepe, where 250 obelisks featuring animal figures were uncovered.

There are a number of similarities between these sites, but what’s quickly noticeable is the fact that Karahan Tepe has one edge carved out of the bedrock.

Another fascinating location Hancock visited in Turkey is Derinkuyu, located in Cappadocia. Derinkuyu is known for its large underground city, which consists of a series of stone tunnels and chambers plunging as deep as 85 meters below the surface.

United States of America: Poverty Point, Serpent Mound

Located in northeastern Louisiana, Poverty Point comprises of visible earthen mounds and ridges built by indigenous people between 1700 and 1100 BCE. The largest and most noticeable mound is Mound A, which is 72 feet tall.

When it comes to mounds, the most spectacular example is Serpent Mound, a prehistoric effigy mound that is 1,348 feet long and is located in Peebles, Ohio.

https://theenvoyweb.com/explainers/all-the-locations-in-ancient-apocalypse/

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=5457525&forum_id=2#47150032)



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Date: December 9th, 2023 5:15 PM
Author: Mildly autistic private investor parlour



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Date: December 9th, 2023 5:19 PM
Author: territorial bespoke temple dopamine

yes, much, leaving aside the coastal flooding there is also the possibility of all sorts of stone age civilization that could have been quite large but just not left much that will last ten thousand years

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=5457525&forum_id=2#47151945)



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Date: December 9th, 2023 5:36 PM
Author: Lilac unholy idea he suggested

idk but im sure there are all kinds of "facts" we're told now that will be exposed as total flame.

i always think of people saying theres no way neanderthals bred with humans. remember multiple teachers from 5th grade on getting pissed off when some kid would even ask about it

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=5457525&forum_id=2#47152004)



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Date: December 9th, 2023 5:38 PM
Author: doobsian fear-inspiring circlehead

Probably

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Date: December 9th, 2023 11:31 PM
Author: adventurous dragon useless brakes

Probably

(http://www.autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=5457525&forum_id=2#47153041)