Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Clif High & Shifting Sands

Unless you've been following the whole Webbots and Remote Viewing coincindence hypothesis this probably isn't going to be much used to you but I got real kick out of visualizing the Himalayas scrunching up over weeks not years and the Cheops pyramid being at the centre of the worlds largest land mass acting as a rotation point for the entire continent.

This thinking certainly explains those mountains where the newest fossils are on the top and the oldest are on the bottom right? I gotta say I find Clif's ideas are the most provocative and stimulating thinking around and what's more they may even be on the bullseye.

He links Patrick Geryl and Maurice Cotterell for using the same cosmic maths. That's interesting too. Interesting cement.