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Flat Earth Q&A / Flat Earth Society in the Physical World
« on: July 20, 2006, 09:45:48 AM »
I can at least perhaps forward photocopies of my own flat earth books and provide information about where to obtain relevant material.

  By the way, Daniel happens to live in Britian.

- Dionysios

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Flat Earth Q&A / Solar Eclipses
« on: July 20, 2006, 09:40:12 AM »
I fail to see any reason why solar eclipses would be significantly different given a flat or spherical earth.

- Dionysios

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Sea Serpents & Dragons
« on: July 18, 2006, 01:33:55 PM »
As to Saint George the Dragonslayer, he killed the dragon immediately ouside the city gate of Beirut, Lebanon.  I will visit Beirut next month as the Orthodox Cathedral of Saint George in downtown modern Beirut stands on the very spot where the dragon was slain.

- Dionysios

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The Lounge / Persian Perspective
« on: July 18, 2006, 12:22:31 PM »
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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Sea Serpents & Dragons
« on: July 18, 2006, 11:51:22 AM »
This resource does not have the details you asked for.  The Dictionary of Ethiopian Biography is what first alerted me this history.  

  The kind of detailed information you seek is much more easily located in the books and websites of crytozoologists.  I posted a link to the website of Loren Coleman earlier in this thread.  For the sake of both the believers and the curious and disbelievers who are willing to investigate, I will perhaps post further links to crytozoology sites.

  As to chupacabras, they seem to me to be NOT biological animals but rather manifestations of demons which inhabit Hispanic countries.

-Dionysios

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Flat Earth Q&A / Proove the NASA photos are fake
« on: July 18, 2006, 10:51:12 AM »
Quote from: "Yardstick2006"
Noone has yet prooved the NASA photos are fake.


  I disagree with that completely, but your opinion is your opinion.  The link I posted indicates that the "moon landings" aired on television in 1969 were a skit performed in a film studio in Goldstone, California:
http://www.aulis.com/nasa7.htm

  If you really want more information, then see 'The Space Hoax' post in the Flat Earth User Group category.

-Dionysios

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Sea Serpents & Dragons
« on: July 18, 2006, 10:35:04 AM »
Quote from: "Cinlef"
Okay and this dragons approximate size and weight?


  I do not yet have detailed information on this.  The information I posted is contained in a 'Dictionary of Ethiopian Biography Volume One' published by the Institute of Ethiopian Studies at Addis Ababa University and covers chronologically from the earliest times to the end of the Zagwe dynasty in AD 1270.  The senior editor is Richard Pankhurst.  I have also seen the story in other historical volumes.  As a matter of fact, after the introduction of the Hebrew religion to Ethiopiain about 950 BC, serpent worship was still the second most popular religion.  Prior to this it was the dominant religion of the country.

- Dionysios

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The Lounge / Persian Perspective
« on: July 18, 2006, 10:21:09 AM »
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The Lounge / Persian Perspective
« on: July 18, 2006, 10:08:03 AM »
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The Lounge / Persian Perspective
« on: July 18, 2006, 10:06:56 AM »
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The Lounge / Persian Perspective
« on: July 18, 2006, 06:26:35 AM »
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The Lounge / Persian Perspective
« on: July 18, 2006, 06:12:37 AM »
In order to be fair, I will also list as an outstanding example of an american perspective what is perhaps the best american daily newspaper:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/

- Dionysios

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Sea Serpents & Dragons
« on: July 18, 2006, 04:47:46 AM »
In the king lists of Ethiopia, there was a dragon by the name of Arwe (also known as Waynaba) that reigned for 400 years (from about 1750 BC to 1350 BC).  He was slaughtered by Angabo, the great great grandfather of Queen Makeda of Saba.

  This dragon came from the desert area of Tembien in Tigray in northern Ethiopia where today are located the remote rock hewn churches that were built during the early Christian era.  Arwe came to Axum and required a regular tribute of a vast quantity of milk and the sacrifice of young women.  The length of time he lived is an indication that dragons can live for extended periods of time.

  The dragon of Lake Elizabeth, California that nineteenth century american settlers witnessed was therefore evidently the exact same dragon that Spanish settlers had described as an inhabitant of the lake in previous centuries.

- Dionysios

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The Lounge / the
« on: July 18, 2006, 04:03:04 AM »
Quote from: "Mephistopheles"
Dissolving the military is synonymous with death.


Amen to that.

  And we can also dismantle that proverbially corrupt foreign "aid":

'Lords of Poverty' by Graham Hancock
http://users.uniserve.com/~nthyer/br/lordspov.htm

- Dionysios

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The Lounge / World War 3
« on: July 17, 2006, 02:02:50 PM »
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The Lounge / World War 3
« on: July 17, 2006, 01:07:05 PM »
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The Lounge / The Protocols of Zion and Ethiopia
« on: July 16, 2006, 01:29:41 PM »
These days, one should beware of neocolonialism which is the same thing with a black face that functions as a puppet of imperialist powers of the west.  The brutal regimes of Mobutu Sese Seku in Congo, and Daniel Arap Moi in Kenya are evidence of this.  Regimes which are more moderate compared with those monstrosities but which are never the less run by henchman of the west are evidenced by the current presidents of Kenya and Ethiopia (from my experience of a month in Ethiopia, I would say common Ethiopians have this opinion as well).  Never the less, these more moderate regimes tend to be friends with the left in the United States.

  As a matter of fact, as I was just now about to depart the Addis Sheraton, I saw my cab drive up and complete the circle by the hotel entrance without stopping and drove right back outside the gate because Bill Clinton's entourage was immediately behind him as Clinton is here to visit with Ethiopia's president.

  However, Bill Clinton's 1998 bombing of Sudan that killed many innocent Africans will perhaps shed light on how pro-African he is.  I reiterate that that he meets with the Ethiopian president because that president is a puppet who might be willing to invade Somalia at the behest of america because america's objective in Somalia has failed since the tyrannical warlords it supported have failed to control the government of Somalia.  This is more evidence that Bush and Clinton were always on the same team and there is not a dime's worth of difference between the two (which are really one in spirit).

- Dionysios

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Flat Earth Q&A / MT EVEREST
« on: July 16, 2006, 10:25:24 AM »
Quote from: "Ubuntu"
Quote from: "Erasmus"
Your homework assignment is to find a scientific paper from a reputable journal describing such an experiment.


All reputable journals also state that the Earth is round and give evidence from the results of not disimilar experiments.


  Avoiding the topic after he had you cornered.  Too lazy to find anything to back up the as yet unverified declarations?

- Dionysios

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Flat Earth Q&A / Re: MT EVEREST
« on: July 16, 2006, 10:20:17 AM »
Quote from: "father jack hackett"
but since you belive the whole earth is moving upwards at 9.8ms


  I do not believe the earth is moving upwards at all, and I do not know where you got that idea.

- Dionysios

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Flat Earth Q&A / Proove the NASA photos are fake
« on: July 16, 2006, 10:04:46 AM »
To the extent you are unprejudiced and objective, you might find this interesting (not the Buzz Aldrin comment, but the vintage NASA video filmed in Goldstone, California, which is separate from and much older than the documentary Sibrel recently produced):
http://www.aulis.com/nasa7.htm

- Dionysios

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The Lounge / the
« on: July 16, 2006, 09:57:28 AM »
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The Lounge / Islam
« on: July 16, 2006, 09:41:30 AM »
Mephistopheles,

  What is your opinion of the following article?  (I already know what people like Erasmus, cheesejof, and jitterbug will think of it.)

  Unlike the hate rhetoric of the Bush administration, I consider this true story a legitimate and verifiable expose of both the Syrian mafia as well as Al Jazeera's efforts to cover the truth.  In fact, I will go to Syria myself in order to further verify this next week.  If Al Jazeera had not prevented the further spread of this story, the islamic religion in Syria would genuinely be on the decline:
http://www.pigizois.gr/agglika/the_miracle_in_siria.htm

  The following gives additional details:
http://www.pigizois.gr/agglika/the_miracle_in_siria.htm

- Dionysios

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The Lounge / Islam
« on: July 15, 2006, 12:06:19 PM »
In my opinion, the original sunni islam caliphs were more jewish influenced and anti-Christian than the relatively moderate Shiite caliphs of the Abbasid dynasty that followed which were more international oriented and took power as a reaction to the barbaric exceses of the first sunni muslim dynasty.  Thanks to the shiites of the Abbasid dynasty, islam stopped expanding when they took power.  

  As far as Mohmammed, his mentor was a nestorian monk named Boheira from the city of Bosrah in southern Syria.  Boheira is the one who decided that Mohammed (who was a boy when he first met Boheira) was to be the founder of a new religion.  This is why the islamic view of Christ is like that of the nestorians who believe that Christ was Man and not God.  The muslims copy this blasphemy in that they also believe Jesus Christ was only a Man and state He was nothing more than a Prophet.

  Still, I believe (religion aside), the politics of the modern west is far more racist and transparently colonialist and zionist (pro-israeli) than the politics of modern islam.  

  I have long believed that the islamic heresy is so different from Orthodox Christian doctrine that it is not a corrupter of Orthodoxy to the extent that more subtle heresies from the west are like roman catholicism or the modern ecumenical movement.  The popes endorsed the crusades and spanish, portuguese, french, and italian colonialism including their slave trading.  The pope gave his endorsement to the italian invasion of Ethiopia in 1935 and wanted to colonize the entire Mediterranean in WWII with fascist roman catholic armies (including Greece and the muslim countries), yet muslim lands have been on a continual retreat to an intrusive western advance for well over two centuries.  I do not see islam as a political threat at all.  

  Rather, I believe the old Greek proverb invoked by the Byzantine Emperor when he let Constantinople fall to the Turks rather than let it be in the hands of roman catholics:

  'It is better to reside under the crescent of islam than to be under the tiara of the pope.'

  This applies equally to the modern west in general.

- Dionysios

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« on: July 15, 2006, 11:43:08 AM »
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The Lounge / The Protocols of Zion and Ethiopia
« on: July 15, 2006, 05:32:27 AM »
I believe that God will permit the Antichrist to commit great brutalities as as the inflicter of part of God's justice upon the world. This does not make the Antichrist or his cause to be righteous.  The same would apply to 1930's fascists.  The italian invasion of Ethiopia was blatantly anti-African racist colonialism, and the failure to condemn it was caused by agreement with it by many of the members.  It is comparable to the colonialist and anti-arab racist invasion of Iraq by the US military which functions as an instrument israeli colonialism.

  Incidentally, earlier this week I had the fortune to visit Ras Alula's tomb at Abba Garima monastery ten kilometres southeast of Adwa in the Tigrean region of north Ethiopia immediately south of Eritrea.  His political biography by Erlich entitled 'Ras Alula and the Scramble For Africa' is published by the Red Sea Press of Trenton, New Jersey.

- Dionysios

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The Lounge / The Protocols of Zion and Ethiopia
« on: July 14, 2006, 01:17:48 PM »
Quote from: "Dogplatter"
Although Selassie did appeal to the League of Nations, I don't see how the Ark wouldn't "work" through lack of faith - he was a highly religious man, even believed by some to be the reincarnation of Jesus himself.


  This is blasphemy believed in by rastafarians.  Almost all "christian" Ethiopians follow the Ethiopian tewahedo church, and they also consider this blasphemy.  As to the League of Nations, it was wrong for not condemning Italy's invasion.  Actually, the Italians never completely conquered Ethiopia in the late 1930's.  They unsuccessfully tried to colonize it.  There have in fact been three conquerors who devastated Ethiopia about 500 years apart.  I could also mention the "nine" who came in AD 451, but that was a religious conquest rather than a military one.  However, it was the most significant one of all for that reason, but that is another story.

  The jewish queen Gudit in the tenth century AD dealt Aksom its death blow and burned it down.  At this time the non-Solomonic Zagwe dynasty salvaged the kingdom by founding a capital to the south where they built the famous rock hewn churches in Lalibela.  The Solomonic line was restored in AD 1268.  The muslim conqueror Muhammed Gragn in the early 1500's was the next one.  And lastly was Graziani in the 1930's.  I do not have detailed knowledge of the whereabouts of the Ark during these perilous times, but I know the kingdom recovered each time.  Even when the Israelites had the Ark, they managd to lose it to the Philistines due to their sin.

  According to the Kebra Nagast, the Ark was brought to Ethiopia by Solomon's son Menelik about 950 BC.  The jewish elders in Palestine did not realize this until it was gone.  After that they kept it a secret from the Israelite people and the Ark is not mentioned again in the Hebrew Scriptures.  It is mentioned in the Talmud as being located under the Temple Mount.  There is a vast cave system located there where the Freemasons meet every year, but the Ethiopian tradition has much more evidence than the jewish one.  I recommend reviewing 'The Sign and the Seal' by Graham Hancock as a source of some of this evidence.

- Dionysios

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The Lounge / the
« on: July 14, 2006, 12:53:42 PM »
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