What do you think of our site?

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I'd love to hear your comments about what you think of the site! What do you like, what do you hate, what could be better, what should be deleted, what should be added, etc. Thanks for taking the time!

Regarding what I think of the site

Hello Friend(s),

I've been checking out the site for a few months now. I must say it is all very interesting and even a bit shocking. I'd really like to find out more about pretty much everything on here.

I don't have perfect forum etiquette, nor do I know if this has been addressed already, but I just thought I would share something I've been studying recently in addition to my graduate studies: There is a man named Steven Greer that I'm sure some of you might find interesting. I'm reading his book called "Disclosure" right now... now THAT is a book of truly "Forbidden History," if it is all true (which I feel it is). No need to say much more than that about him...

I don't know how you would mention Dr. Greer on your site, since he's got a bunch of his own sites. Just thought I'd mention it.

I'm going to try to find more stuff on the radioactive blast radii in India and share it here if I do. I think exposing the world to such evidence would contribute to a much needed wake-up call.

My Best Regards,

TE

EDIT(hours later): This is strange. This link (http://english.pravda.ru/science/19/94/377/13920_stones.html) seems to redirect to some other link. Why does it redirect? If it's a dud link, it should be a 404-looking page.

It's apparent that the topic about India being nuked ~4000 years ago is very debatable and controversial. The bibliotecapleyades site mentions a "Lord David William Davenport" who does not appear to exist anywhere, nor does the book he supposedly wrote. There are no decent references anywhere, it seems. Here is the link I'm talking about: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/arqueologia/esp_mohenjo_daro_1.htm

There is a rather heated discussion here about it:

http://twitscope.wordpress.com/2008/07/12/evidence-of-nuclear-explosion-...

I have no real clue about what to think about this because it's so hard to discern what's true or false on the internet. I think it best to just get and read a translation of the Mahabharata and travel to India some day.

Open mind to an open history.

What a great site! I am an amateur story writer and have always been interested in things that are out of place. I'm open minded about pretty much everything and like to think I can tell if something is plausible or not.

Most things on this site I already knew about, some I did not. Being able to talk to others who are interested in discovering some pretty deep mysteries is very exciting.

I'm sure I'll be sharing my thoughts soon!

Forbidden History

I've looked around the site, I like it. You can always find something new or forgotten. I'd completely forgotten about that metal column in India. I hadn't thought about it for years. I don't know what you could do to improve the site. With a subject matter like this, a person is either slogging it out in a bear pit or preaching to the converted. There isn't much you can do about that. I find preaching to the converted far easier on the nerves. > : ))

Kevin

Regarding this site,

I absolutely LOVE this sort of stuff! Thank you for being here!

RE: cmblake6

Thank you for the positive feedback. I hope you continue to enjoy perusal of the site as well as the discussion area. Remember too, I am always willing to hear suggestions (such as site content or even discussion area ideas), as well as hearing about new OOPs!

So many oops where to start?

Hello,
I am a new member thank you for letting me
join;)
So many oops like the American scientist Dr. Ray Bell www.raysoftruth.com
Maybe he is for real but there he tells it as
it is given to him from sources 'outside' the earth and mainstream science.
My mother grew up in India during the early
20th century a mainstream RC she however used to talk about the Thar desert in central India that most Indians of then knew was not a natural desert too many techtytes and the strange metal pole in the same area that is thousands of years old but never seems to rust of tarnish?

RE: So many OOPS, where to start?

Wherehaveyoubeen-
Indian scientists have long known of OOPS and the facts that so many of their ancient legends (such as the Vedic texts) described incredibly advanced items including flying machines, instructions how to build them, and even aerial battles. The pillar you are referring to is called the Ashoka Pillar. It's a fascinating example of metallurgy that is far advanced than it should be for the time in which it was made. The problem is that Western scientists have been disregarding Indian scientists for ages, refusing to give "legends" any credibility. So sad.

Your Site

I'm so happy to find your site and to see that you don't have an agenda! :)

There are too many fascinating artifacts to not realize that we have so little knowledge of our human past. I get frustrated that scientists dismiss anything outside of their beliefs and that religious people do the same and try to make the facts fit their personal theories and dismiss anything that may contradict that.

How can we get to the truth if we don't investigate everything?

Sherry

Great Site

Just a quick post to say that your site is excellent in both content and layout.

I'm a skeptic by heart but as you say i can only go on the information that is available and we are taught that a lot of things in science/archeology are absolutes but i like to think i can keep an open mind and a lot of things on your site seem to contridict what is accepted as "truths" by the scientific community and makes for very interesting reading.

I would like to add that the key reason your site kept my interest is simply because the additional information and comments are by and large balanced and well thought out rather than some other sites which are simply, as someone said before preaching to the converted.

Obviously you believe that there were civilizations previously but I didnt feel i was being pushed into believing it myself, just having evidence put in front of me without being overly biased which i can research from other sources to confirm if needed.

So, a most interesting read which i hope you can keep up to date and add to. Its a real pity that the scientific community are reluctant to find out real answers to many of the questions you ask, but hopefully one day irefutable evidence which cant be brushed aside might be found, hopefully not by a government lol.

Your Site

I totally agree. Look at all the scientists or universities that, when contacted about a found anamoly, REFUSE to even LOOK at it because it contradicts their theories! They'll state that it "must" be an error or hoax- how can you make that determination without evaluation? What kind of ethics is that? Frustrating! We'll never know our true history.

Thanks for your input!