Saturday, July 28, 2007



On display in the Egyptian Museum of Cairo are many breath taking and ethereal artifacts. Objects owned and used by many of the great rulers of ancient Egypt. Sitting in a back room in a humble case is an object that has completely perplexed modern Egyptologists. The complex object is called the Tri Lobed Bowl and is made of a very fragile stone called Schist. It was discovered by Brian Walter Emery in 1936, Emery is recognized as one of the most influential Egyptologists of the 20th century. The object was found near the tomb of Prince Sabu, the son of a Pharaoh that lived in 3000 B.C. Emery classified the object as a "Cachibache" translated as a small hole that threatens to become a large hole. The technical skills required to carve such an object from solid stone is on the order of a modern computerized 3D milling machine.

The mainstream scientific community has shunned the object relegating it to no more than a religious ceremonial artifact, perhaps used in a burial ritual. This is typically code for "We have no idea what the hell this thing is". The Egyptians of 5000 years ago were undoubtedly extremely capable. In fact many alternative thinkers believe that ancient Egypt was re-established by Atlantians after the great flood of ancient lore, and that the pyramids are much older than the 5000 years mainstream science has put on them. The Tri Lobed Bowl is wheel shaped with a center slot designed for a drive shaft. The Hicsos are credited with the discovery and early use of the wheel. The Egyptians fought in battle with the Hicsos 1400 years after this object was created. This is thought to be where the Egyptians got the idea for the wheel. One possibility is that the Tri Lobed Bowl is a reproduction of a part from a more sophisticated machine created by an artist in the Schist stone. Other advanced stone carvings made of the Schist stone have been found from the same era. An Egyptian vase was found that was carved so precisely and delicately that it would challenge any 3D milling equipment used today. There have been many artifacts that do not fall within the time lines of conventional thinking. The Saqqara bird for example was found in a tomb and sat in a British Museum for years long before the discovery of flight. It was assumed that it was a model of a bird, but researches have found through computer modeling that it could have been a cargo plane. The aircraft would have been a very stable machine capable of lifting great weight. It wasn't until 5000 years later that Orville and Wilbur Wright had the same idea. At the Temple of Abydos is one of the most astonishing "Cachibache" found to date. A relief panel high in the tomb includes images of very advanced and exotic flying craft. Helicopters, flying cars and perhaps a submarine are carved in intricate detail. Mainstream Egyptologists once again explain theses images as optical aberrations created by a series of re-carvings. Pictographs laid one over the other creating the coincidental shapes of modern vehicles. If on the other hand these were true to life vehicles they would have required many moving parts and there in lies the possibility that the Tri Lobed Bowl was a component of one of these machines. One very modern part that comes to mind when looking at the Tri Lobed bowl is an Impeller. Impellers are the main parts used in a hydraulic pump and any large machine would need any number of them. If in fact these fantastic machines really existed then they would need all the machined pieces that would make up such an advanced craft. Egyptian artisans may have seen actual metal parts that came from one of these craft and were so enamoured with it that they had to reproduce it in Schist stone. Or, the Tri Lobed Bowl may have been the positive cast for making the part in metal. This technique is still used today when making a cast for a mold to be used in the foundry of metal parts. Sand is pack around the model part and baked. When the cast is cut open the model leaves a perfect negative image in the sand where molten metal can be poured in to form the part. Could the Tri Lobed Bowl be just part of a fancy religious burial rite? Were the ancient Egyptians nothing more than a very cleaver tribe of desert dwellers? In the Atlantium continuum the answer is "NO". Ancient artifacts have surfaced all over the world in recent years that point to a time when man was very advanced. These artifacts fly in the face of conventional thinking and scientific dogma. We should at least begin to look at these ancient objects with a more opened mind and see if they hold any secrets from our distant past. Mr. Emery chose the perfect word for these amazing artifacts, "Cachibache". ATLANTIUM. Roc Hatfield/Author

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