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Old 07-07-2015, 12:29   #31
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Re: New photos released about temple complex discovery

Today I saw a few more mimetoliths online (by chance) and they reminded me of this thread.

Here you go….

I think I have seen that second one as a tattoo on young women while at the beach.

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Old 07-07-2015, 16:11   #32
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Re: New photos released about temple complex discovery

I decided to guarantee 600 thousand in prize money for a contest to paint the murals.
https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=377351135806175

I also picked a researcher in London and am paying for his flight here.

Last week I met the Mayor and his staff. I am pushing for him to not build the roadway..and prefer boat only access for added security.

See blog at

tabonman.blogspot.com/2015/06/great-sphinx-of-philippines-older-than.html

BTW I understand the reactions here. There is a strong negative reaction to anyone that asks someone to open their mind since it implies they are not as smart..and everyone wants to be the smartest.

I on the otherhand love to still learn.
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Old 07-07-2015, 16:15   #33
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Re: New photos released about temple complex discovery

ps The award presentation is on November 1 2015 and the Palawan Governor will be handing out my checks.
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Old 01-08-2015, 23:11   #34
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I decided to guarantee 600 thousand in prize money for a contest to paint the murals.
https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=377351135806175

I also picked a researcher in London and am paying for his flight here.

Last week I met the Mayor and his staff. I am pushing for him to not build the roadway..and prefer boat only access for added security.

See blog at

tabonman.blogspot.com/2015/06/great-sphinx-of-philippines-older-than.html

BTW I understand the reactions here. There is a strong negative reaction to anyone that asks someone to open their mind since it implies they are not as smart..and everyone wants to be the smartest.

I on the otherhand love to still learn.
I have collected native american artifacts for many years and have been told by my girlfriend and Dr. David Hurst Thomas(American Museum of Natural History) that I "see a lot in a rock" !! As Dr.Thomas once told me "Keep exploring ! Certian meds. do cause a problem with ceratonin uptake and can make folks fixit on objects as if they have some sort of features that make one"see a lot in a rock".. LSD is one that comes to mind ! Nah just kidding..Opiates are one that is known to cause this for sure though..good luck and I hope you have indeed found some rock art as it is a very interesting and rewarding pastime that I myself have enjoyed for many years..I recently found a pre-columbian mortor that weighs approx. 400 lbs is 2 1/2' ft square and has a bowl pecked out that is 14" deep...I would post a photo if someone would allow me to send it to them through an email if interested..The type of thing you are explaining as having discovered is very commen by the way,not sure why so many detractors and naysayers,guess it takes a certain type to "see a lot in a rock"..Also google "The cauva del raton" on the Baja penisula a UNESCO world heritage site..Good Luck
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Just don't turn this guy loose in California's Alabama Hills.
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