Mark A. Foster
Post Number: 169
|Posted on Saturday, April 13, 2013 - 11:43 pm: ||
In the subscriber's portion of "Unknown Country," Whitley referred to an earlier segment by Linda Moulton Howe (on both Dreamland and Coast). I believe she played that interview more than a year ago.
In that segment, Linda played an interview with an individual who claimed that a particular book was seized by U.S. federal authorities. It dealt with Ancient Greco-Roman Gods.
Allegedly, after this event, the individual who obtained the book was harassed by governmnetal authoriteis for much of his life.
Personally, I did not find the individual's claim to be credible. As best I could find out, a book by that title was never published. I suppose one could argue that it was "stricken from the records," but I am somewhat dubious.
On the other hand, I do think that legends of giants, in cultures throughout the world, are either semi-historical accounts, fictionalizations, or mythopoeia based on an earlier age of giant human beings.
For whatever reason, perhaps a change in climate, these giants become gradually extinct. Here is one explanation:
"The gigantism we see in fossils has always puzzled people....
Because ZPE [zero point energy] strength was lower in the past, the electric and magnetic properties of the vacuum were different from now....
"A lower ZPE also meant there were more light photons arriving per second at a lower amplitude. So although the overall brightness was constant, and the photon energy (color) was unchanged, photosynthesis itself was more efficient. The outcome was that flora could grow larger and more prolifically. Thus, while genetic factors may also have been involved, there is strong evidence that it was the environment itself which was primarily responsible for the gigantism we see in the fossil record."
Barry Setterfield, “Zero Point Energy and Gigantism in Fossils” Proceedings of the National Philosophy Alliance. 2011. College Park, MD. Pages 1-10.
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