Friday, December 7, 2007

Cthulu is my homeboy

That is not dead which can eternal lie.
And with strange æons even death may die

I've long had a fascination with elder civilizations, and scoured the archeology books every time a "new" civilization is found. It might be interesting to plumb these feelings with a psychiatric eye one of these days. Any ideas? Anyone else wonder if we are the bastard scions of an ancient global civilization? Anyone have any ideas how cocaine ended up in the noses of mummies?


Agatha said...

Hi! I found your blog through what I thought was a clever and funny comment on my roommate/bff Toby's blog.

Have you read any of Churchward's books on Mu? I was all about that in 10th grade, haha. I assume that's the lost civilization referenced here. If not, forgive and carry on!

Tim said...

The famous Miss Agatha? i thought you were just a split personality from Toby, ala "FightClub" well glad your real and watching out for him. He needs all the help he can get not to kill himself with common household cleaners.

as for your comment, no not speaking about Mu per say, More about the monolith builders, who are credited with the stone pathways in Peru, basically any culture from prehistory tha could move 100 to 200 ton stones. A skill we could not duplicate till the late 70's and early 80's. There is anecdotal evidence that they may have had intercontinental trade and with that a rigorous understanding of math and astronomy. Oh well it's just a hobby.