This is an interactive, ongoing project designed to explore everyone's creativity. The central theme is mythology & the object is to add in your own creative way a bit to the project...be it a picture, a poem, a story, music or a video...it just has to have some relevence to the central theme of mythology as well as to Battlestar Galactica (please namecheck BSG)...just bear this in mind: There are those who believe...that life here began out there, far across the Universe...with tribes of humans...who may have been the forefathers of the Egyptians...or the Toltecs...or the Mayans...that they may have been the architects of the Great Pyramids...or the lost civilizations of Lemuria...or Atlantis.
Some believe that there may yet be brothers of man...who even now fight to survive--somewhere beyond the heavens!
Latest Activity: May 20, 2019
This is from the Alan Parsons project...Sirius/Eye in the sky...from their work Eye in the sky which had an Egyptian theme to it...and exemplifies in turn the mythology of Battlestar Galatica...
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I just blundered into this, and it’s pretty cool info for anybody interested in Battlestar Galactica…ALL VERSIONS, as well as the true technological knowledge of the ancients. This time, we’re not talking about antigravity stuff for moving stones to remote places we couldn’t move them now, and sculpting and placing them with such accuracy we could not touch now…We’re talking about ADVANCED acoustic knowledge that is wowing scientists even now…All ancient “prehistoric” knowledge. Hmmmm…Was it the Colonials and “skin job” Cylons…or maybe the gods of the Sumerians, the Nephelim, or just WHO? Hmmmmm…
Oh, by the way…As usual…This is not just confined to one single cultural group, but is world wide, just like with all of the other pyramid building and other megalith building ancient “primitive” cultures.
Oui...Eet eez Dejavou all over again, n'est pas?
Hey, Keith! Yes, I totally remember that one! :o) JDF
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