“Banner Stones and Enigmatic Holes in Stone”
By Jeffrey Appling
The below items are inappropriately called “Banner-stones” by Academia, which is as arbitrary as calling them “Batman signals”.
(Below) Academia explaining Bannerstones and a stick:
“This atlatl has a bannerstone weight with a bone hook. The shaft is a replica, but it is fashioned after one that is thought to have been seen in Kentucky from 4,500 to 2,500 years ago. (Travis /CC BY NC 2.0 )
The connection between bannerstones and the atlatl may also explain its disappearance after 1000 BC. By then bows and arrows were available, thus making the atlatl obsolete. Nevertheless, this weapon continued to be used in some parts of North America up until the 16th century”.
Acadenia wants us to believe that these difficult to carve hard granite and brittle slate designer objects were to be put on a stick and thrown.
That’s absurd. If we don’t have a fundamental knowledge of how something is made and the true maker, we cannot begin to justify its initial purpose, function, and intended use. .. we cannot….. ever… period.
The same is true for using the Rosetta Stone for understanding pre-flood hieroglyphs.
I believe in order to have a strong foundation on understanding hieroglyphs, we should be looking at what the pre-flood builders were communicating ultrasonically in stone and not the above crude writings from our primitive ancestors post-flood. However, there is truth in everything should we search with an open mind.
Below is an example of an ultrasonically created hieroglyph.
Ultrasonic created images in this above granite have highly detailed characters, each exhibiting clean sharp geometric internal edges with precision-like execution. Extremely fine detail is portrayed in both cameo and intaglio styles of ultrasonic stampings. (intaglio above)
(below) I made a few sonic round cores in granite using a metal tube as an example of what you are about to see next. The metal tube that made the sonic holes in the Granite rock below is pictured in the last 3 images.
Sonic cores can be made very close to one another unlike high speed rotating diamond core drills.
When I first saw the image below my thought was, I make those same sonic cores in Granite. Then, I saw a tiny Human nearside, green growth everywhere, and thousands of years of weathering via precipitation. My concern was not how the cores were made rather how big was the machinery that made the giant cores. Big cores = big tooling.
I was somewhat frightened when I first saw the below images.
Cave Di Cusa, Sicily
Above are large ultrasonically created Limestone cores. Thousands of years of weathering upon the limestone strata makes it difficult to see the sonic striations on core sides.
Academia says these near perfect cores were hand chiseled with primitive tooling creating perfect giant tubes in Limestone.
(Below) Who drew in the protruding knobs on the core’s sides? They are not there now?
Knobs are an indicator of a similar ancient technology (resonate manipulation of aggregate) for a later discussion.
Academia is saying that people physically hand pecked at the Limestone with primitive tools making near perfect crevices, created clean curved walls that they could not fit into, broke off the 20 ton plus cores from their foundation, and then transported the giant cores on wooden sticks.
(In tonnage weight… a log is a stick)
What about the image below of an ultrasonically created intact core in red granite from Egypt?
I ask you Academia, Did tiny little people make a perfect round crevice in this Egyptian red granite and did the little people make those common ultrasonic striations on the sides as the big people did?
(Sonic striations occur by ultrasonically driven metal tubes in aggregate).
I ask you Academia.
What are you thinking?!
Did the same tiny people make the below geometrics in Puma Punku?
Did tiny people make the below 7cm “Volda” star hole from Norway and 7cm “Cogged Stone” from California? Both are Granite.
The “cogged stone” (a possible perpendicular slice of a star core) is actually 6.8cm in diameter. If you allow for tool thickness of .2cm, the inside diameter measurement of the star hole is reveled (7cm). This is the same sonic technology using a star tube for drilling.
And did even teeny tinier people make the below 6mm round core, multi 1mm round group cores, 6mm 5-point star core, and 4mm triangle core holes?
Of course not!
Large or small this is sonic coring.
Ultrasonic holes can be made in any shape. Pictured below are 4mm wide internal triangle holes in Jadeite, Jade. Master Jade carvers worldwide say this cannot be done. Really?!
The shape of the tool (metal tube) dictates the shape of the hole and core created.
Triangle shape tube = triangle shape hole and core, etc.
The triangle cores left over from drilling are pictured in the middle of this Jadeite, Jade bracelet (pictured below). I did not make 1 internal triangle hole that Jade Carvers worldwide say is impossible, I dilled more. I did not stop at 10 perfect triangle holes … I took it to 11. \m/
When I make a 4mm in diameter hole (any shape) in rock or mineral, I use a 6” solid metal horn and the tool length is about 1.5”. Near 8 inches total of metal not including the transducer.
The size metal tube used to make these Limestone cores (below) in Sicily would be huge.
Bigger than huge… Ginormous!
So Ginormous a civilization would need great knowledge of metal fabrication.
The big metal tube would be over 35 feet in length not including the horn.
The metal horn would be over 3 times the length of the 35 foot long tube.
Over 100 feet tall in metal machinery
What I glean from this is:
Sonic coring and possible levitation.
I am not aware of this technology being taught in college (Academia)
Proof of ancient technology being used today is available.
(Above lower right picture) Five Point Pentagonal or Star Hole (Flynt Quarry Monson, MA). No one knows how the star hole was made?
Anyone reading this blog to the end will know.
A near perfect 6mm internal 5-point star hole in California Granite that no one in the World can create.
Only one thing can make geometric holes through rock in one continuous motion.
Ancient tech (sound amplification).
…. and possibly Wild E Coyote.
Our ancestors did this over 12,000 years ago.
Things that do NOT make geometric protrusions in solid hard rock in one continuous motion.
A 60,000 PSI water jet? No!
A Laser? No!
Diamond tooled machines? No!
Below are some examples of what modern technology cannot create.
The ethereal force between tool and aggregate creates microscopic explosions (sympathetic destruction) in abrasive slurry that enables the tool to flow forward through any hard or soft aggregate in one continuous motion.
This invisible force is in everything around us… vibrating. When tapped into, this force supersedes any and all of today’s technology.
This force is entangled within the whole Universe and we are connected to it as well.
University professors, Scientist and Engineers today say that drilling a perfect geometric internal hole in hard aggregate is IMPOSSIBLE and they don’t believe it can be done.
This is why they fail.
I will share this knowledge with the World (our Humanity) by way of wearable art, JEWELRY.
$45,000 college tuition
A California Granite pendant containing a sonic created star hole, riveted bail, neoprene necklace, and knowledge of our Human Story on a paper scroll tied in Jute twine.