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Re: A quick sketch
Sep 12, 2012, 19:37
bladupYou have completely avoided all the points raised against your suggestions , I'll list them on the next post if you like .Note , that rather than moan and say your suggestion was a narrow minded load of bollocks I explained why it was .
There was a cue to "go on explain more" , simply post a pic of the map or point out on the various maps available on the web where the springs or streams on the map mirror those on the stone .[/quot wrote:


I stopped reading, it's quite simple what i'm saying- I CAN ACTUALLY USE ONE ASPECT OF THEM, and i've even explained how, if you think it's rubbish well that's your right, you don't have to even read what i've written, just don't press on my name, you seem know what i'm going to say is bollocks already, but just for you- on the os25000 of that part of yorkshire the land that the tree of life stone looks over matches the pattern on the stone completely, the spring, rivers, wells the pattern of the water matches the pattern on the stone completely, have a look but keep going till the scales right, i tell you it matches, even if you can't see it , i tell you it matches, i've shown it over time to lots of different people and they all say straight away [ after i've shown them ] that they can see it, it definitely does it.[/quote]


Your original comment was "cups with rings were matched up with the springs [ flowing clean water ] and the lines linking the cups matched the water lines [ and the flow of the water ]"
For a start the much sought after iron comes from springs and there are no springs close to the rock marked on the map .There is only one spring marked in the area on the map (and one well ) and there are cup marked rocks closer to it than the TOL .The Tol has about 25 cups with about 15 involved in the TOL interconnected groove design .Why don't you post a pic of your idea drawn on the map ?[/quote]

I can match them completely, i've shown it to loads of people who would tell me if it was bollocks or that they couldn't see it [ my kids could see it and they would love to tell me they couldn't ], you can see a long way from there and this is the territory the stone shows so i imagine you have to look at a bigger area, if you can't see it then maybe this info is meant to be unknown, i was just been nice trying to answer the first question asked, i don't need or really want to tell anybody about it, i did laugh out loud when i read people who know the places just dismiss someone claiming to be able to use an aspect of them out of hand, you haven't, even though you admit you think it's bollocks, your still interested just in case your wrong, this shows your mind is open and i respect that. In respect to a photo, i have no desire to show anybody, i don't think you'll see it as i don't think you really want to, if i could show just you, it would blow your mind how exact it is, mapping the landscape is a little older than people realise, like i said i was just answering honestly the first question as i know it, i've done it lots of places over the years [ this is nothing new, i've known it years ], lots of times all over the country i've worked out on the rock compaired to the map where we are on the rock and worked out on the rock where water should be a low and behold there's always water where it should be, the beauty is i can now do it without a map as they seem to use a universal scale, but i'll leave it at that, i know what i know and you know what you know, and i think it's best i keep what i know to myself a little bit more in future.[/quote]

All that repecting open mind /shut mind , negative /postive , binary oppostion stuff is bollocks .You either think good or bad , have a point you can support or not . You failed to respond to a variety of points and the one opportunity you have of showing something concrete you avoid . Don't kid yoursef ,just because you believe something , or as you would have it "know " something doesn't make it true . Yeah maybe it's meant to be unknown and only special people with an insight can get it , where have I heard that one before .[/quote]
Good luck in your seach for knowing everything, and i wonder how many people have stopped using this site because of you alone, i am close but won't let you make that happen, i can think things without having to prove everything to you [ this is not an academic paper ], it is true and even my 7 year old kid could show you, i've never liked know it alls/ know nothings anyway, and if you were that clever you wouldn't spend so much time talking into the void on here, you would be doing something more constuctive than spending your time TRYING to pull other peoples ideas/ knowledge apart, over the times i've spoke to you, you've not answered one of MY questions just in case i could prove you wrong, which i admit was trying to do back to you, your knowledge is what the books say so it doesn't even come from yourself, my knowledge doesn't come from books it comes from within myself, you alone ruin this site
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Bladup, you come across to me as one of the good guys but Tiompan is a good guy as well known for his meticulous quest for detail. I call on him whenever I need advice on something new to me as I know that I will get as accurate as answer as one can get. He doesn't get it all out of books he gets out there and finds it for himself like you do but he questions EVERYTHING so that he doesn't kid himself. Be patient and stick with it and you'll find him a useful guy to have on your side.
You're proving to be an asset to this forum with your new ideas and theories, but don't let any bad feeling you may have spoil it for yourself or others.
You can tell me to feck of now if you like but just keep on posting afterwards okay :-)
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