Re: Gulf of Cambay archeological site: Daniel Caldwell suddenly "discovered" it
Feb 05, 2002 08:37 AM
Thanks for the info below.
But did you specifically mention the Gulf of Cambay archeological site
in your previous article?
Actually I didn't discover the article myself. Shortly before I
posted the article & links on Theos-Talk, I received from two
separate correspondents (one in America, the other in Australia)
emails alerting me to the links to the articles from the BBC
and "Witley Striebers web site". I simply thought all of this would
be of interest to theosophical students and therefore posted the
links. BTW I also found later an article from the Times of India on
this same subject.
Daniel H. Caldwell
--- In theos-talk@y..., "bri_mue" <bri_mue@y...> wrote:
> I reported this and related matters in my October 2000 2e
> editorial on my Theosophical History web site, and was in
> myself during the early part of 2001 about wich then again I
> reported on my web site in June 2001. I took it of a few months
> ago because I incorporated an extended version of my 2e editorial
> a 17 part article series
> I will be going back to Cambay and related sites soon because of a
> documentary for the BBC.
> Interresting to see that after a years delay now it is on UFO
> abductee's Witley Striebers web site, Daniel Caldwell
> suddenly "discovered" it.
> In response to my Oct.2000 editorial one of the theos-talk members
> that time following an invitation from Daniel to attack it, took
> opposite view as the Cambay findings would indicate, and my
> wich pretty much sums up also my position expressed in my Oct.2000
> editorial is still on , see:
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