Filtering out university indoctrination: the Bosnian Pyramid megacomplex
“We are standing on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun. There’s a little road here. And as we walk up this road, we notice features of this clay and claystone pyramid. So we have this rightward-leaning claystone block, and then we have the soft clay above it. Then we have another rightward-leaning claystone block....
“They heated up this clay — which has a history in etymology of being the same concept as “glue.” In fact, in the Proto-Indo-European language, “gley” was glue. And “gley” became “clay.” So their clay was glue. To us it’s dirt. To them it was glue. And if you heat it up, it becomes glue. It glues itself to itself and becomes a baked claystone. Or, if it’s softer, like in this little layer in between, it can glue hard material to hard material. It can become glue between those. And also it can mitigate earthquakes. So you keep seeing these alternating baked claystone and soft clay layers....Sectioning: So, they’re done with one block and they start another block. And in between the blocks, soft earthquake-mitigating clay.
“You ask yourself, ‘Am I a scientist? I didn’t have my university training, I must not be a scientist, I’m just little old me.’ Really? Well, if you have eyes and you use your eyes to gather information, and use your brain to process it, you can be a scientist.
“What is a scientist? A good scientist, a real scientist, is one who bypasses cultural indoctrination, the indoctrination of the language that we use — which has its own pitfalls, its own traps — and the indoctrination of the universities, which tell us how to think. Sometimes the universities are correct. Sometimes they’re not. If they’re not, then the student, when he or she goes out into the world, needs to bypass that indoctrination.
“We have in the sciences a massive amount of incorrect information being taught as truth. Big problem. Then the students go out, and they have difficulty, to one degree or another, based on the individual, overcoming that indoctrination, filtering it out, to see what they’re really looking at.
“Because you can look at this [excavation of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun], and if you’re a graduate of a school of archaeology, you’ll see sedimentary layers. You’ve been told, time and time again, that there are no ancient [prehistoric] civilizations in Bosnia, that the earliest cultured civilization was the Romans, or perhaps the Illyrians. And before that, no ancient — certainly no pyramid-building — cultures. That’s what you’ve been told. So: this must be sedimentation, this must be natural, and the list goes on.
“But if you look with your eyes, all you see is the clear evidence — if you filter out the indoctrination of the university — you see the clear evidence of a built structure. And it is the tallest documented pyramid on the planet. There may be taller pyramids, but this is the tallest documented one.
“Let’s continue to use our eyes. Go out, gather evidence in your neighborhood of what you see beneath the soil, of what you see cropping out above the soil. Take photos, make videos, bring those to the public, so that the public can use its global mind, so that we can help each other arrive at the truth about humanity’s past on Earth and about the past of all the races that have lived here.
Giant footprint – Subang, Jawa Barat (West Java), Indonesia.
“It’s a big mosh pit [of advanced civilizations] over millions of years. And to sort it out is going to take a lot of time. And we need the help of real scientists using their brains to the fullest capacity, using their eyes as clear lenses focusing on what they are seeing and not focused on what they’ve been told. . . .
“Everything that nature has given us, we need to use those and realize that we are scientists, to one degree or another. It’s just a question of whether or not we give in to the indoctrination of our language, our culture, and the university.”
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