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Another Expert Agrees With Dark Comet Theory

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Astronomer David Asher (from Armagh University) has agreed with Bill Napier and Janaki Wickramasinghe (Cardiff University) that “dark comets” are real and dangerous.
The following quotes are from a paper by Napier and Asher published in Astronomy & Geophysics.

We know that about one bright comet (of absolute magnitude as bright as 7, comparable to Halley’s Comet) arrives in the visibility zone (perihelion q<5AU, say) each year from the Oort cloud. It seems to be securely established that ~1–2% of these are captured into Halleytype (HT) orbits. The dynamical lifetime of a body in such an orbit can be estimated, from which the expected number of HT comets is perhaps ~3000. The actual number of active HT comets is ~25. This discrepancy of at least two powers of 10 in the expected impact rate from comets as deduced from this theoretical argument on the one hand, and observations on the other, is …

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Tunnel Found Beneath Teotihuacan Pyramid

Submitted by on November 4, 2010 – 9:14 pm7 Comments

Does this look like a bunker?

As I regularly point out, an oft-neglected feature of pyramids worldwide is potentially related to their true purpose – they have tunnels directly underneath. It is as if the first function of each site was underground rooms reachable by tunnels. Often the pyramids that were subsequently built above occurred in layers. Perhaps they were striving to bury the underground chambers deeper and deeper, to provide further protection from cosmic rays?

In Teotihuacan, the 3rd-biggest pyramid is undergoing an excavation that exposes a tunnel and chambers:

Gómez Chávez explained that the tunnel passes under the Temple of the Feathered Serpent, the most important building of the Citadel, “and the entry was located a few meters from the pyramid.

Access is by a vertical shaft of about five meters per side down to a depth of 14 meters from the surface, the entrance leads into a long corridor with an estimated length of 100 meters which ends in a series of underground chambers excavated in the rock. … through the use of a GPR it was determined that the tunnel has a length of about 100 meters, and has large chambers inside.

BTW, the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan also has a tunnel beneath…


  • Gerd Hubner says:

    Dear friends, here in Portugal we have a book with the title ” O Diluvio de Queops” written by Paulo/Guilherme D`Eça Leal, an Arquitect intrigued by the unsatisfactory official explanation about the functions of the Great Pyramid in Egypt. This book written in Portuguese contains the designs of the entrance stone that once covered the siphon like tunnel leading towards the two chambers via the great gallery. In his view the subterranean chamber had a kind of flooding mechanism that would allow the accumulated water to flow into the underground after the Deluge would have pass ed. The siphon had a controlled water inlet to regulate the water level within the great gallery and with it the air pressure within the survival chambers, the so-called, chambers of King and Queen! The persons that were to survive in the Queens chamber would have had always the possibility to escape into the higher situated Kings chamber in case of too high water level in the lower Queens chamber via great Gallery.
    If somebody who speaks Portuguese within the community wants to make the effort to translate the book into English I would digitalize it. The book has 236 pages , but the part that describes in great detail the working of the entrance mechanism is only about 11 pages long. If there is somebody out there interested….

  • […] only two years from now). Today Bast speculates that the tunnel found during excavations of the Feathered Serpent at Teotihuacan is yet another piece of evidence of his […]

  • Heléna says:

    wouldn’t they just be tunnels to burial chambers?

  • Melanie says:

    Their was never anyone buried in a pyramid. That is a misconception. They were buried in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt.

  • Heléna says:

    @melanie – I can’t see your post here – but many people were buried beneath pyramids, there were definitely sarcophagi and burial chambers in the Great Pyramids of Giza though Khufu’s mummy was never found, later pharoahs used the Valley of the Kings, but earlier pharoahs (and others) predating the Great Pyramids have been found buried

    At Teotihuacan hundreds of presumably sacrificial burials were located underneath the Temple of the Feathered Serpent, it will be interesting to see what they find once the excavations are complete

  • Tau Muon says:

    The “underground” or tunnels found in pyramids and sacred structure’s are area’s that had obvious significant’s long before the later building’s . Called lay line’s by metaphysics and less mainstream sources . A documentary about the pyramids of Giza complex and others I saw on netflic, and Youtub` gave a quasi mainstream different approach (the correct one I feel), called “the Pyramid code”…Oh crap! now i may have to reiterate the names of a archaeologist or two? I’m blank on the Guy’s? anyway, they referred to tunnels that a local grounds man that grew up playing under the pyramids of Giza kept “babbling” about..”seemingly”..the old rather rough looking gentleman has since been proven to be talking sense , and the tech for seeing this from space is improving but the Egypt situation is ..You Know!
    The group Cpac , (not the political one or the sleep mask!) believe with excellent data they have gathered; that the Giza monuments are older by empirical evidence of erosion by Water? seems the region was wetter 10-12 thousand years ago..and the pyramid’s or the “Sphinx” in particular are water evidenced to show a corresponding erosion,that places the “Sphinx” at 10-12 thousand years. (Procession) theory is another tag for this group of physicist and Archaeological and geophysical experts without the FUNDING and GRANT bias We all have come to expect in the mainstream grant AKA special interest politically driven system.
    Gobekli Tepe should have blown away lot’s of grant’s, the history books need to be rewritten ,lookup the place in Turkey . It’s A ruin over 12,000 years old that was buried 8,000 years ago ..on purpose? and they are Inca level ruins? according to history still taught in school; 5,000 years back we couldn’t hardly stack two rocks together~ I thought ? I remember something about a water system to flood the pyramids with a electrolytic substance like a the flic. “Pyramid code” …O.K. now I have to watch it again..{I Hate getting old!} It had info NOT covered in any other of the many generic pyramid vids out there..”Crystal” bearing stone features right near the Giza complex they never show otherwise..Egypt has always been difficult with censoring archaeological data..has to pass( “Zahi Hawass” He makes a better B- movie actor than a archaeological filter of Islamic policies.. oop’s. did I say that?.His supposed live unveiled tomb shows were a obvious pre-arrangement of way to clean a sanitary looking dig..looked like a cheap Hollywood mock up ..ludicrous ..anyway! I hope the discoveries of a “Eon” don’t get lost now like a “Buddha”, because of extremism , or retarded Antiquities officials ..they were about to discover a secret room in the ascending vent shaft, when the unrest hit..figures..I’ll have one to many glasses of wine to that..

  • Paul says:

    My son says that Zahi Hawass is a media whore (i.e. he will do or say anything to get media attention). I tend to agree with my son’s statement. I would also, add that he is a bully, is as arrogant as the late Carl Sagan and has the objectivity of a Nazi storm trooper. No offense intended (see, now wasn’t that a “nice” way to end my comment).

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