Comment: This is exactly what I wanted to watch this weekend.

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This is exactly what I wanted to watch this weekend.

My notes.

“Klaus firmly believes that we are not alone… never have been.” It really is as simple as that isn’t it?

7:04. Bronze statue from Mongolia. At first glance I would have said it was the sun also, but the idea that it is an orb of energy is interesting. Leave it up to the Russians.

9:00 The pyramid in Tahiti. Speaker says “I do not think it exists in our day.” That is so sad. One of the most heartbreaking things in this world is lost history. Just sayin.

13:15 Pyramids of Bosnia. They are bigger than the ones in Egypt? Speaker says “government prohibited further excavation. Motherfuckers.

14:40 Sardinia is breathtaking. Not a relevant comment, just a comment.

18:21 “Legends of the giants” or…. From the bible (no, I am not extremely religious I just like words and I like the eloquence of the bible) “There were giants in the earth in those days.” I am a daydreamer and I love giants. I wonder why people are not afraid to accept the idea that there have been pygmy civilizations before but there is a fear of accepting giant civilizations.

25:43 I didn’t understand what he was talking about with the silver and gold in the water and it being “the strongest water.” Is he talking about purity?

30:07 “He spoke and wrote more than 40 languages perfect.” Well…. Then he is my new hero. Pre Sanskrit “older than the oldest writing.” It’s almost hard to conceptualize.

Anyways, I have more notes, but I’ll leave it there for now.

“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.”
― Dr. Seuss