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Gosford Glyphs Australia

Discussion in 'THC Explorers Club' started by thwolf, Jan 26, 2019.

  1. thwolf

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    A year ago a went on a road trip to find a site known as the Gosford Glyphs. There are divided opinions on this site and a THC guests, Steven Strong, Gordon White & Laird Scranton have mentioned this location. It was a little hard to find as there were no signs and I'd almost given up but decided to ask a member of the rural fire brigade whose described which dirt walking track to follow and from there I used my ipad to watch a megalithomania video of them visiting to the site.

    The first view is of the grubbyment which had debunked this site as nothing more than vandalism or a hoax created by Uni students in the 80's

    The seconds view is of Egyptologist, Archaeologist and renowned Egyptian Khemitologist, Abd’el Hakim Awyan. I find his translation of the Gylphs very compelling, so much so I just had to see them in person.







    Here's are Steven Strong's videos and his take on the Gosford Gyhphs, the main difference being the interpretation for example, the over turned boats to be UPO's. I think Steve has relies heavily on the handed down verbal story from the First Aboriginal people, which is important and shouldn't be dismissed. Australia has a long documented history of UFO sightings plus the cave paintings of alien grey type characters and Dream time stories of alien type or animal spirit type experiences and also many people have also seen the mysterious Min Min lights in the desert (Aboriginal for swap gas??)





    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXw9aoa-iME

    Thanks to the Megalithomania video, without it I wouldn't have found my way.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzCK7JqhcM8

    enjoy!!
     
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    thanks thwolf!

    So, what was your own personal opinion of the site having viewed it first hand?
     
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    Seeing the glyphs and walking up the narrow paths between the huge limestone rocks surrounding them I was able to overlook the landscape to the ocean. I sat on a rocky outcrop and just closed my eyes and while earthing. I thought about how much more interesting history lessons in school would have been if it had included the included a link to ancient Egypt and the seamen and traders who traveled here. I wondered what other sites were unknown to us or we’re known by the government and deliberately hidden from us elsewhere here in Australia.

    The Glyphs are a beauty to see and touch and seemed authentic to me but I only have my intuition as a guide and have since learnt that Klaus Dono had located a narrow sloping perfect rectangular shaft that lead to a larger square area, which sound like the same kind of chambers found elsewhere in Egypt. This discovery would indeed change the history of Australia and open up many more cans of worms that’s for sure.

    Seeing this site for myself was also a bit of a affirmation for me as I’d had a story come to me while earthing/meditating about 4 years earlier. What came to me was the idea of an early colonial surveyor and his Aboriginal guide finding a underground cave system near where Pine Gap is today, with Glyphs and symbols as well.
    I was further blown away to discover, after going to the local library that according to an article on a Australian Freemanson website, early attempts by the British to communicate with the indigenous people described an account that they were able to be using Freemason hand signals.

    I then found that the famous explorer and surveyor John McDouall Stuart, whom we all learn about in school history lessons here in Australia, (and to give a brief backstory on Stuart, I’ll go onto say) that he was responsible for the midland Telegraph line after being the first settler to survey and transverse Australia from the coastal city of Adelaide in the south, right through to the Northern coast and town of Darwin in the Northern Territory. This is now know as the Stuart Highway and passes close by Uluru or Ayers Rock and Pine Gap.

    It’s important to add that he did so with the help of his aboriginal guide who he remained friends with for many years. There are accounts in Stuart’s own hand written diary of he too using Freemason hand signals to communicate with native Aboriginals. This really makes me wonder about the origins of these hand signals

    Stuart was also a Scottish Freemason and my Conspiracy mind wonders if he was sent out to Australia in the first place to survey the outback in search of ancient sites, artifacts and knowledge as his reports were sent back to Englands Elite.
    Now when I travel Australia, both my partner and I wonder what lays undiscovered or hidden by time or by the government in this vast land and we enjoy the opportunity to take guide tours of as many sacred sites in our travels.
     
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  4. rani

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    Oh, that was lovely. Thanks for sharing!

    We actually have *lots* of out of place artifacts to support the GG's being genuine.

    For a start, there are full on pyramids here. There is an existing one up in QLD that is clearly visible from the highway as you drive up towards Beerwah. It's called Walsh's pyramid. I've seen that one myself.

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    There was also a pyramid in Victoria - the Gympie pyramid - but that was dismantled and artifacts scattered to discredit the place.

    A bunch of info on both here:
    http://mysteriousaustralia.com/pyramid-sequel/chapter4.html

    Sylvie from megaliths.org has a spreadsheet you can download of tons of sites in Aus that you could check out if you are interested. It's a little bit tricky to use, because it's all based on lat / longitude so you have to engage the brain a bit to work out what is where.

    The tyranny of distance is always an issue. I've found lots of sites I want to see for myself but none anywhere near me (central vic).
     
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    Hi Rani,

    Thanks so much for that info!! Wow!!
    I’m actually on a road trip right now and coming back from Qld to Geelong amd have heard of the Gympie and Walsh’s pyramids.
    I’m hoping to make to to see them in September when we drive back up to the Sunshine Coast.

    I’m very fortunate that traveling is a part of our job and we I’ve been wanting to try syncronistic travel, where by you use your intuition and have no actual planned routes or accommodation booked and only a destination to make our way home to.We really have had an extraordinary trip, mainly in regards to people that we have met and what we come across.

    We ended up taking a route through the Guy Fawks National Park and visited some amazing waterfalls at Ebor. It was in the Warumbungle shire that I spotted these curious pointy mountains. I can’t wait to look for them on google earth and check your source for the longitude & latitudes.

    I’ve tried to upload 2 photos but the internet is not real good here so will add them in a few days when home.
     
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    oh yeah, love to see those photos! I'm sure there are tons of amazing unlisted wonders to find on this beautiful continent of ours!

    If you are on your way back down to Geelong why not swing by our own local legend... anti-gravity hill : )

    https://www.mountmacedon.org.au/places/anti-gravity-hill
     
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    52052061_268589837414189_892972500256817152_n.jpg 52097703_2041957959232705_2778460338587172864_n.jpg Screenshot (64).png Here are the photos I mentioned.

    This is in the Warranbungle Shire New South Wales.
    That's the view heading South on the opposite side of the Highway to the Siding Spring observatory.



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    yeah I've heard about the Gravity hill there :)

    Having trouble up loading photos again..

    Here's a google map link, scroll out and have a look.

    https://www.google.com.au/maps/plac...:0x0!7e2!8m2!3d-31.3139423!4d149.060986?hl=en
     
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    Great photos! thanks for taking the trouble to upload them.

    Lots of interesting data! the terrain looks quite flat in the photos, but on the google maps it looks like some hills, maybe part of the great dividing range behind? I tried to pull up a terrain map for that area, but I couldn't. How flat was the surrounding area?

    The presence of an observatory is also *very interesting*. Looks like many cultures have determined that is a good spot for star gazing : )

    The spacing of the 3 main 'mounds' immediately calls to mind Giza. The first photo it could almost be 5 or 6 distinct peaks? Again, it's hard to tell from the google maps, but it would be fascinating to be able to map the area to see the spacial relationship more clearly.

    great find, thwolf!
     
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    Hey Rani,

    your welcome!! It's sooo good being about to chat with a like minded person!!

    I thought the same thing re the spacing of the moulds and it is very flat between them which looks odd.
    The stuck out like dogs you know what-its lol

    When I zoomed in I could see square looking bases but like you said it's so hard to tell on Google maps.
    I think we need to look using Google earth and see if the orient in a the same way the Giza pyramids do.

    On the other side of the Highway, so on the same side as the Observatory is the Warrumbungles range see below.
    As you can see the terrain is very different.

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    What I see in this photo is an ancient crumbling observatory complete with pyramids and domes in the background. In the foreground is a poor, primitive cluster of white buildings fumblingly attempting to recreate the knowledge potential of the former complex. ;)

    The aussie landscape always makes it tricky to draw inferences. There are so many geographical anomalies it makes it hard to separate the naturally formed weirdness from the deliberately built weirdness.
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    I hear ya Rani,

    I have some photos of the Gosford Glyphs here
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    Those photos are amazing! Thanks again for sharing. The 'cover stories' that they are just some kind of student prank are so shit.

    I skimmed those videos you posted, enough to get the sense that those two egyptian guys clearly find the glyphs significant, and that the symbols and grammar are legit.

    Could you give me a quick read on what they think the glyphs say?

    thanks!!
     
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    Sure thing!! without going and re watching them again I can tell you in layman's terms, the basic jist of things.
    Firstly I'll address the main points that the mainstream debunk the authenticity of the inscriptions.

    Basically it begins with two Cartouche's that reveal who inscribed these walls and states their name and position or rank as one was a sailor and the other a Prince of Egypt.
    There is also a name for the expedition which some have interpreted as an historical period of the journey, however the guys in the videos from the Khemit school believe its more likely named as we would name a space mission today. For example the Apollo mission did not take place in the century of the Greek God Apollo.
    The gylphs themselves indicate a specific date period and place from where the men who wrote them would have come from. They have traced the use of some words which are not common and not found anywhere in temples or pyramids as it considered common language and unfit for such use.

    They also ran the gylphs through their data base which is the most extensive of it's kind, finding no match to a number of individual characters and no match to the story as a whole or in part. Except for the burial prayer (I'm not sure if that's the right term) but this part of the wall is a standard tribute or prayer and states who is buried here and really is the only reason for the writing of the Godford Gylphs.

    The fact that it is written with the structure of a story with phrases and sentences ruins claims that it was just a prank by college students in the 1980's engraving a bunch of random symbols.

    The GG are written uneven and seem sloppy and this was because it was done by a sailor and not professional scribes with years and years of training. Under normal conditions scribes would have a perfectly flat wall with carefully marked out lines onto which they would work. Instead the surfaces at Gosford are two natural limestone rock walls which are quite uneven.

    The story describes a journey by sea to a land they call Penu (Australia) where they meet with the tribe leader and its specially states, not in deception but in friendship and to trade goods.
    (check out all the Boomerangs in Egypt.. who gave them to who is my question? also Gold has a specific signature and Bendigo and Ballarat Gold has been identified in Egypt)
    It goes onto say that they travelled here accompanied by an Egyptian Prince and it was on their return voyage that they ran it to bad weather and they fell to their knees and they prayed to the gods to spare their lives. Their boats were over turned and broken or cut into pieces and only a few made it back to the shore alive. It states that this was to be the last voyage even before the disaster at sea but indicates that they had made this journey here many many times before. It tells how the Prince took a wife and remained here as did the other survivors.

    In my opinion, this story would indeed change the history of ancient migration to Australia and I don't believe our grubbyment would want the Aboriginal people to know of their ancestral ties to Egypt or royalty. I feel this is the main reason for the suppression of this story.

    To date only one wall has been deciphered and that was years ago. Since then there have been no updates what so ever.
    Klaus Donna was able to confirm using satellite technology that there was a small square area with a long and very narrow rectangle angled passage down to it a short distance from the Gosford Gylphs.

    There are amazing aboriginal carvings and what look like melted rock in swirls but the light was running out the day I was there and didnt find them to see them myself.

    Steven Strong's interpretation is very similar but goes down the ancient alien track and it might be that the scholars of the Kemit school don't want to go there.. who knows?





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    Thanks for the thorough summary.

    I had always assumed that the connection between Egypt and Aus was more in the astral / Dreaming than in the physical. It sure sheds some interesting light on our 'primitive' ancestors that they were such amazing navigators. I prefer a bit more of a literal interpretation on these things - 'ancient aliens' stuff always feels like a bit of a cop out. Like, 'fucked if I know how they did it, it must have been aliens.'

    Also super interesting about the gold having a signature. I didn't know that!

    On the boomerang, I still think that it is Aussie. It just fits in much better with first nations tech here than the Egyptian stuff, but who really knows?!?