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Saturday, February 18, 2006


The heat required to make ceramics is enough to make many smelted metals especially with the fluxes we have proof were known in ancient times. Spalling as a mining technique in Lake Superior lead to the discovery of the use of zinc as a flux and I have artifacts to prove this. Unfortunately I will have to personally fund the study of these or they will never get the research they deserve. I know a lot of people find it hard to imagine our governments are engaged in destroying artifacts like the Kennewick Man site and things that I and many others have. I have not seen any academic suggest that some people learned smelting while making ceramics some 26,000 years ago.
“Today, we meet a 26,000-year-old lady. The University of Houston's College of Engineering presents this series about the machines that make our civilization run, and the people whose ingenuity created them.
She really cuts a remarkable figure. Her fired clay body is 4½ inches tall, with exaggerated hips and breasts. She leaves no doubt about the artist's intent. This was to be the unmistakable image of woman. Archaeologists call her the Dolni Vestonice Venus, after the Czechoslovakian site where they found her. Her 26,000-year age is astonishing. This Upper Paleolithic figurine is 14,000 years older than the first ceramic pots and jars.
The Dolni Vestonice Venus is part of the oldest known set of ceramic sculpture. She was no isolated fluke. We find two kilns on the site. They were surrounded by 7000 fired ceramic fragments. Our Stone Age ancestors weren't fooling around. They were seriously producing art objects.” (1)
The Venus attributes of the statue are of primary importance to the Sea (Mer) o’ VN –yanns or Merovingian elites including the Benjaminites and House of David or Judah in Israel who are also the House of Mallia and Milesian Stuarts in other times and places. The extent of the Venus knowledge may be very old indeed. The Berekhat Ram figurine is probably 400,000 years old. And that brings us to another question – who gave the white men this level of technology in Czechoslovakia? It is a valid question just as it is unimaginable to me that no one has suggested that these people would have learned about smelting. The question of who gave this knowledge to man has been answered by myth-makers saying it was aliens. But I know these myth-makers are part of the same family that ran the secret trade in all these things and then created all the religions and nations so I am not inclined to buy their Anunnaki or Elohim alien G-d nonsense. But that leads me to have to return to archaeomythological approaches which many academics will find fault with. I am getting used to being attacked by people who do not do the research on calcium from brushite and human bones such as came from Keltic Wickermen. I am tired of their mewling ignorance of Harmonics and the chants that legends tell us the Mungo Man was adept at. I know of Thor’s hammer and the Sword of Nuada before it became the Excalibur Grail myth. And I know about the pygmies in the time of Hyksos Pharaohs like Hatschepsut. The Murrhine vases that turned salt water potable (though perhaps over many years still toxic) used brushite or human bones. Calcium is also important in space age technology like superconductivity. The ability to travel the ocean without huge casks of water made the Phoenicians far more successful and profitable.
I also know that a celt is a tool hammered from rocks with lots of copper before some people had smelting secrets. And that causes me to ask all those who call themselves Celts to remember their history is not the Roman epithet that sought to brand them as ‘hammered tools’.
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