Time Machine in Brompton Cemetery?

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Time Machine in Brompton Cemetery?

Supposedly there is a tomb in Brompton Cemetery, England built by Samuel Warner and Joseph Bonomi for a family..... Bonomi was a (not) famous egyptologist who made a living drawing artifacts from the sources in Egypt... he then returned to the UK and although there are almost no resources on the net, it seems that at this point he and Warner built this tomb according to formulas that he learned in Egypt... are there any such formulas that anyone is aware of? We they expressly for the purpose of time travel? In fact his grave is in the same cemetery and has the glyph for the Time God carved on it as well. So the question is.... who was this cat..... did the thing work? and what did he think it would do when it did? It was hinted that perhaps it was a hobby and he duped the family into paying for a "time machine" in which he tried to design something in the egyptian style...... and more info anyone?
And also Darklord.... are there more links on the Russian experiments that resulted in the that massive blow up or is the Pravda article all there is?
Thanks for any info..... and if this is news to you, I hope that it captivates you as well as I!

Here are some infossss......

"It is possible Susannah was in fact one of three children born to a 'Royal Mistress'. Her mother, Hannah is buried in Brompton Cemetery, in a 20 foot tall crypt which is suspected of being an early attempt at a Time Machine." from family geneology site....

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?p...Joseph%20Bonomi
 

Lucidus

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Supposedly there is a tomb in Brompton Cemetery, England built by Samuel Warner and Joseph Bonomi for a family..... Bonomi was a (not) famous egyptologist who made a living drawing artifacts from the sources in Egypt... he then returned to the UK and although there are almost no resources on the net, it seems that at this point he and Warner built this tomb according to formulas that he learned in Egypt... are there any such formulas that anyone is aware of? We they expressly for the purpose of time travel? In fact his grave is in the same cemetery and has the glyph for the Time God carved on it as well. So the question is.... who was this cat..... did the thing work? and what did he think it would do when it did? It was hinted that perhaps it was a hobby and he duped the family into paying for a \"time machine\" in which he tried to design something in the egyptian style...... and more info anyone?
And also Darklord.... are there more links on the Russian experiments that resulted in the that massive blow up or is the Pravda article all there is?
Thanks for any info..... and if this is news to you, I hope that it captivates you as well as I!

Here are some infossss......

\"It is possible Susannah was in fact one of three children born to a 'Royal Mistress'. Her mother, Hannah is buried in Brompton Cemetery, in a 20 foot tall crypt which is suspected of being an early attempt at a Time Machine.\" from family geneology site....

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?p...Joseph%20Bonomi[/b]

Humm, interesting link. The "cat" on the headstone looks more like a canine to me and probably represents Anubis, the god of the dead.

Anubis

? (Anpu)

?Egyptian god of the dead, represented as a black jackal or dog, or as a man with the head of a dog or jackal. His parents were usually given as Re in combination with either Nephthys or Isis. After the early period of the Old Kingdom, he was superseded by Osiris as god of the dead, being relegated to a supporting role as a god of the funeral cult and of the care of the dead. The black colour represented the colour of human corpses after they had undergone the embalming process. In the Book of the Dead, he was depicted as presiding over the weighing of the heart of the deceased in the Hall of the Two Truths. In his role as psychopomp he was referred to as the \"conductor of souls\". The Greeks later identified him with their god Hermes, resulting in the composite deity Hermanubis. His principal sanctuary was at the necropolis in Memphis and in other cities. Anubis was also known as Khenty- Imentiu - \"chief of the westerners\" - a reference to the Egyptian belief that the realm of the dead lay to the west in association with the setting sun, and to their custom of building cemeteries on the west bank of the Nile.


info from this site http://socsci.colorado.edu/LAB/GODS/anubis.html
 

StarLord

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Wasn't there some type of import associated with the perfect degrees of a pyramid and the preservation of anything inside the pyramid?
 

Lucidus

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Wasn't there some type of import associated with the perfect degrees of a pyramid and the preservation of anything inside the pyramid?[/b]

Back in the 70's and 80's there was alot of talk about the preservation power of pyramids. It was claimed that pyramids could keep fruit fresh and razor blades sharp. Investigations by skeptics however showed that this was not true.

More recently the Luxor in Las Vegas has harnessed the power of the pyramid to attract people to its casino. This seems to be very effective.:)
 

darkbreed

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Mausoleum pyramid at Blickling, designed by Joseph Bonomi
MausoleumB_1F1.jpg
 
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WOW! Darkbreed that is the most amazing photo that I could have seen!
Is there any more info that you have on this guy? Do you have any links?
That is such a fabulous photo.....!!!!!! You are really on top of things.... my Kudos!
This man facinates me to the nth degree and yearn to know more about him... THanks you all for getting into this thread!
Hopefully more later!
LOuis
 

StarLord

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Any clues as to the specific stone used to construct this? The Angles look right..
 

Lucidus

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Wouldn't it be cool if one day a resurrected Khufu was to walk out of the Great Pyramid and reclaim his kingdom?
 

StarLord

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Very kool. Excepet there may be a language problem due to the age of his spoken language and his chances of getting locked up and put away in a reality challenged home are real great unless he is kind and unassuming, then folks will just smile and walk away.

Now, if he can open up the library under the Sphinks front paws and show folks whats in there, he just might have a chance.
 

Arez

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Back in the 70's and 80's there was alot of talk about the preservation power of pyramids. It was claimed that pyramids could keep fruit fresh and razor blades sharp. Investigations by skeptics however showed that this was not true.

More recently the Luxor in Las Vegas has harnessed the power of the pyramid to attract people to its casino. This seems to be very effective.:)[/b]

......pls show me the proof that the razor blade thing doesnt work? because i am a very true believer in that the egyptians where far more advanced than we where first led to believe.

the fresh fruit thing u are talkin about is false yes because it didnt keep things fresh it just keep them for rotting and making a very bad smell as is proven. and so is the rozor blade thing, there use to be factories that saved a hell of alot of cash from using the pyramid idea to keep their razors sharper. it works as it has been proven a hell of alot of times. and also if u made one urself but a mini version it would work but it has to be so accurate that u need to be really really precise on this. and point the blade in the right direction i think its west.

its just like if you drink from a square cup. it will make your fav drink taste different. its the shape that gives it its power.

they built the pyramid in 20 years it is said with 100,000 men. but the rock used was just to much. a japanese firm worked out that it would take 87 years to produce enough rock to build the great pyramid. that is with high explosives and high tech drills.(which would make match for man power) after that 87 years then they would have to build it. and the blocks weight 2 tonnes each i think that is the minimum. now these blocks are but so close together that u couldnt fit a playing card between them. now the only way to do that is to rub both rocks together for a really long time, can u imagine doing that with a 2 tonne brick?? imagine how long that would take? now that is amazing :D

the reason we dont know much about the great things the egyptians have done is because (not all just some really stupid ones) some egyptologists would find sumthing that would be impossible to explain by means of egyptain technology so they would just leave it out. thats why we dont know abut many of them.

also the great pyramid is dangerous to climb up. it is not allowed anymore. because at the very top it creates enough static electricity to kill a man or nock him unconscious. now was that done on purpose or a natural occurance
 

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