padma norbu wrote:A lot of stuff has been covered in this series that I've gone on to research for myself and found out most of it seems quite true.
Karma Dondrup Tashi wrote:Wow what has happened to the "history" channel lately?
alwayson wrote:Yes this is a well known and frequented tourist site.
My folks went last time they were in India.
But I don't know why they put it into this crappy show.
Quiet Heart wrote::tongue:
This series, as do all "UFO", proof relies on the human mind's misinterpretation of repitition of a topic as "proof" of the validity of that topic.
They bombard you with images, make a suggestion, then quickly switch away to another topic and another imsge,
The first time you are introduced to the topic that they want you believe it is a question such as, "Is it possible that this drawing shows a ancient crude drawing of an alien wearing a space suit"?
Then before you have time to consider the answer, they are off to another topic and image...diverting your mind from serious consideration of their question.
A short time later they show some similar images, and they ask, "Could these drawings also be ancient aliens wearing space suits"?
Again, before you have time to consider the question, your attention is diverted by another visual object.
But your mind recalls the mention of that topic previously...didn't you hear something like that before?
They do this and mention that topic they want you to believe and divert your attention from serious consideration perhaps half a dozen times.
When they think you are ready the set the hook. They show you a unclear image of an ancient "alien" wearing something that "might be" a space suit.
This time what they say is, "As we have shown before there are many depictions of ancient aliens wearig space siuts and like this one".
Because your mind has a hazy memory of being shown other similar images...you bite deep on the hook...and they reel you in.
They may go so far as to assert, "As we have PROVED before there are many images of ancient aliens wearing space suits".
But they didn't really prove anything did they?
They merely made suggestions, it was your mind connecting those suggestions, and making from those suggestions a "fact" it created from it's own illusions.
It's a standard propaganda trick used for such things as political campaigns, advertising, and other forms of misrepersentation of information.
In short, it is brainwashing.
The politest way to describe this process is "Male Cow Excretement"....but it has a less polite name that starts with the letter B.
Don't be fooled by it.
Paul wrote:I love the whole UFO subject, although I am not at all sold on the alien explanation.
This is an amazing documentary on the subject: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIeGeE0uDJg
Paul wrote:Do you ever listen to this podcast?: http://mysteriousuniverse.org/
sapan wrote:A favorite show of Megan Fox, and yet another reason why she is the perfect woman.
padma norbu wrote:Paul wrote:Do you ever listen to this podcast?: http://mysteriousuniverse.org/
no, is it better than the average podcast... or do they just love to talk about anything and everything regardless of how kooky it is? I have trouble with stuff like Coast To Coast because there will talk about pretty much anything as if it is plausible.
Paul wrote:They have very, very good production values and some great music. On occasion they go on about something that I'd dismiss as crap, but they're still entertaining with it. Definitely the best paranormal podcast out there.
One interesting thing about it is that it's Australian - and it seems that there's a lot of weird things in Australia. Do yourself a favour and listen to this story... http://bitey.com/2010/07/pilliga/
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