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And here is another implement from Antediluvia : The World that then was.

The Mysterious Egyptian Tri-Lobed Disc

Making excavations in 1936, in the archaeological zone of Sakkara, he discovered the Tomb of Prince Sabu. He was the son of Adjuib Pharaoh, governor of the I Dynasty (3,000 B.C.). Between utensils of funeral objects that were extracted, Emery’s attention was powerfully drawn by an object that he initially defined in his report on the Great Tombs of the I Dynasty as: "... a container in the form of schist bowl". Years later, in his previously mentioned work, Archaic Egypt, he commented on the object with a word that perfectly summarizes the reality of the situation and the discomfort the object causes; "cachibache" (a small hole that threatens to become a much larger hole)." It is made of schist, a very fragile and delicate rock, which requires very laborious carving. A satisfactory explanation has not yet been obtained on the peculiar design of this object".

"Still looks like it was made just yesterday, doesn't it. Hence it's good evidence that the earth is only one day old, and that God must have poofed the factory into existence, ex nihilo."

Nope - simply means that Antediluvia had factories, just like we had today which perished in the global flood.

David Dunn, who is a machinist, states, emphatically, that these [below] must have been turned on a lathe. There are thousands of them and the Egyptologists are at a loss to explain how they were made but these were found in Saqqara which I have placed preflood and it is very easy to explain as Antediluvian.

Lathe Turned Stone Housewares

At least one piece is so flawlessly turned that the entire bowl (about 9" in diameter, fully hollowed out including an undercut of the 3in opening in the top) balances perfectly (the top rests horizontally when the bowl is placed on a glass shelf) on a round tipped bottom no bigger than the size and shape of the tip of a hen's egg ! This requires that the entire bowl have a symmetrical wall thickness without any substantial error! (With a base area so tiny - less than .15 " sq - any asymmetry in a material as dense as granite would produce a lean in the balance of the finished piece.) This kind of skill will raise the eyebrows of any machinist. To produce such a piece in clay would be very impressive. In granite it is incredible.

And, of course, perhaps the greatest example of Antediluvian machinery is the Crystal Skulls.

Crystal Skull Mystery

"The most widely celebrated and mysterious crystal skull is the Mitchell-Hedges Skull, for at least two good reasons. First, it is very similar in form to an actual human skull, even featuring a fitted removable jawbone. Most known crystal skulls are of a more stylized structure, often with unrealistic features and teeth that are simply etched onto a single skull piece. Second, it is impossible to say how the Mitchell-Hedges skull was constructed. From a technical standpoint, it appears to be an impossible object which today's most talented sculptors and engineers would be unable to duplicate. The Mitchell-Hedges skull is made of clear quartz crystal, and both cranium and mandible are believed to have come from the same solid block.


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