What are your thoughts on this ideology, /x/?
>>34329803I find it more likely that a sequence of seemingly random geological processes manifested such shapes I places around the world in much the same way as an elaborate personal synchronicity sequence can manifest.imagine the amount of will behind a manifestation like that and what a sign left behind like that may imply.
>>34329803the structure of those mountains doesn't suggest anything remotely similar to what we see in petrified wood
>>34329803honestly seems plausible you just have to have a little bit of an open mind
>>34329864>you just have to have a little bit of an open mind
>>34329803>What are your thoughts on this ideology, /x/?It's "probably" not true- on the basis that we know what those mountains are made of because we have core samples, etc. And we have petrified wood, and the two aren't similar (Devil's Tower in your picture there is specifically composed of Ingenous volcanic rock, so it's just a 100% no-go) . That and a giant tree really wouldn't *really* fossilize like that because exposure would wear it down and fundamentally plant matter really likes to turn into coal. It is a really fun idea though and I'll give credit where credit is due: ascribing that Buttes are the fallen stumps of massive world trees that were fossilized by being sendimented and mudded over by a great flood is really great myth work. It's good stuff. Very fun. Great addition to modern American Mythology.
it should be used as inspiration to make giant trees lets go lets go
>>34329910I'm pretty new to this whole idea, does anyone ever try and lump this stuff in with the theory of giants and all that?
>>34329936giant tree need giant seedwhere big seed find?
Aint really too scornful to act a bitch on your thread this morning (talk about a bunch of shit-stepping bad feet outta bed this morning in it for others, lmao).Anyway, when I was a kid, dad's say the laurentians and appalachian mountains were just just titans before the dinosaur's bodies (and the ones of dinosaurs, just the actual ones that are too large to be discovered unlike the smaller extent we know from the ones "our size", or well, the miniscule fragments we find and can make out what it really is.Dad was probably jokingOr was he ?Just glad he had something more fun and entertaining to say than a bunch of retarded anglos like you all.You should all learn to speak white.
>>34329936>it should be used as inspiration to make giant trees lets go lets goI remember reading about this at one point that back in 2016-2018 they had compiled a bunch of biosphere, precipitation, botanical data, etc.. And came to the conclusion (compared and supplemented by information they had gathered in Brazil, Ascension Island, and the Congo) that you could just cultivate a Rainforest. Like, these ecosystems weren't as unique or as delicate as we thought they were (the Brazilian Rainforest might not even be completely natural) and it was just a matter of planting the right seeds, in an area that receives good wind, good cloud traffic, and just letting it accumulate plant species and capture moisture. I'm upset I can't find it, but they even had a list of potential candidates they had scouted for soil composition, lack of land use (as in nobody was using it for anything), and cloud movement. The idea was they hypothesized we could simply cultivate 12 'new' artificial rainforests and effectively not worry about climate change or carbon for the next 700 years.
>>34330070Your dad was a faggot who sucked off niggers
>>34330074Well, considering the shit I saw and found just offtrail hiking with my dad in the boreal (as per previous salt seeping post).I think I could agree there's lots of parts up here that don't entirely line up either.The fact most of the world remains ignorant about itAnd we also do our best to kill info on it anywhereMight clue you in, if you ask me, these old world forests are so thick and hard to navigate and so treacherous that both the northern boreal and southern amazon just got too high of a filter level for most normal humans.t. avid boreal n'sub-boreal offtrailer since a kid.
>>34330082My dad a boss who can lift a car with a single hand by 50.And literally break your spine still at 60.And I can too.And we can demonstrate anytime we want on your bitch pathetic weakingling bone-less retarded micro-plastic body. Bitchtit.Speak white. And french.And Neo-french (english) which is also 30% french.
>>34330070Give more stories, faggot! I actually like this lore your dad was talking about
>>34330099Sure thing, hive criminal city dweller.Dad would love you so much as a man, he would literally tell it like it is.Nothing.He wouldn't want to even witness such a horrible, hateful disgusting socially engineered neo-liberal zombie.I'd be here to destroy your fucking face with words and sentences ... but still.You're lucky you caught me in a good mood.My great shitpostfag guy, mah guy.
>>34329803There's a huge difference between ancient folklore passed down by indigenous people and an ideology. You should read up on the actual Arapaho legend and try to understand the culture better.
It not like anyone can (or ever could) play poker without a good mugging overtaking or poker face either, but hey, sorry for going all in with my cards so fast.Here's another boreal pic of mine just for making it up to ya, "mah guy" if you're serious, here's hoping more people are also serious into finding info on shit nobody wants to really know the truth about :^)
>>34330108Well lemme tell ya, if we really are on the back of a giant turtle like Amérindiens/native micronations and their cultures still retell here, well, if you ask me considering topic and pics posted and what we know of the Earth.Must be one hell of a huge snapper turtle if you ask me.
>>34330108this is pretty interesting actually
there were great trees all over the earth and there still is, but they were electro planed down into fine yellow sand / clay you'll find coating all the basins of the earth. and it was the great trees themselves that caused this, its a part of their reproduction cycle that eliminates competing life lines from their sphere of influence, the present offspring is in northern greenland.
>>34330279All of it is true, there is no differences, most of these tales and theories are analogous, synonymous but only to a synchretic and a synthesis degree.Denial of anything out there is the weapon of the weakDismissal is done in nothing but your last true death in this realm.
America was the original ancestral home of the giants. All the ones you read about in the Bible and older books came from America.
>>34329832thisgoogle "basalt" pls
>>34330070bro what the fuck are you even saying>You should all learn to speak white>first sentence sounds like the first english a nigger ever attempted
>>34329803>idk I just feel like mountains are trees Why do you keep posting this uninformed unadulterated stupidity?
Makes sense, as wood ages it gets harder, so the oldest trees are going to be made of wood like unto stone.
>>34329803It's tied to flat earth just like tartaria so in the wastebin it goes.
>>34331928Federalesbros... When will we get tired of posting the same image year after year... They all know it's a fed image and yet we just keep posting it.........................................
>>34329803Why not, looks a bit like a giant tree stump, so it could be true.
>>34329803Sure. Why not?
>>34329803That was King Nebuchadnezzar's tree, greatest king who ever lived. Chopped down by a Yahweh to teach him a lesson.
>>34329803An ideology is a set of ideas that form the basis for a social system.Mountain = big tree is not an ideology.It's barely an idea.
NB4 corn plant roots.
>>34332203>Mountain = big tree is not an ideology.>It's barely an idea.Only true if a big chunk of society do not fall for this. Based on most of the existing ideologies I would not write this one off so quick
>>34330284please elaborate more
>>34332015>FederalesbrosNostalgic for some reason
>>34331594Kill yourself, racist anglo subhuman.
>>34329803Aside from the other reasons this is stupid, the claimants are cherry picking in the worst way possible. They're just selecting a few that look kinda sorta stump-like from one angle with no appreciation for the scale and surrounding geology. Like some of these are 30 miles long and a quarter that or less in width and many of them are adjacent to an entire plateau that's the same height and layering. Picrel for instance is the oft-cited Monument Valley, same as >>34329910 but looking in the opposite direction from above.
>>34329803100% were trees, OP. Based thread.>>34330108>l Arapaho legend atell moar pls.>>34330347get some coffee and go back to your fucking cubicle>>34331928It's tied to fuckall/ You wanna tie it. You failed.
>>34329803Mountains are just the discarded top stem of Jack o lantern pumpkins. I'm an artist and my uncle works for Nintendo. We have to explain perspective to people 24/7. You're just looking at camera tricks
>>34329803Some may have been giant fungi. There was a point where fungus larger than sequoias and the old American Chestnut existed and nothing could break them down until giant bugs came around. Perhaps some of these giant fungi are preserved somewhere in a sea/lake bed. As for mountains like this? No if anything they were made by aliens to park their ships on back when they were more open about interacting with us and didn't hide in the ocean.
>>34330284The rocky mountains and parts of the Mojave heading from LA to Las Vegas looks like people just dumped a bunch of rocks/debris from these giant trees. The military and governments always have technological edges over everyone and so did The Masons and other groups that founded America. I wonder if they used bombs or even planes to destroy these. Part of me feels like these secret societies had to do a clean sweep of every area before they allowed people to settle on it. To find any lost alien tech, bunkers from other resets of civilizations, or lost civilizations. Imagine if The US has shitty roads and infrastructure, wooden houses, and cremations to make the "clean up" easier after the next reset?
>>34336251What a time to be alive m8. Riding around on giant dragonflies with nanochips installed and eating the spongy environment to trip balls. Eating music and listening to colors as you slam down the hammer of your Hotep shuttlepod, custom fitted with Hexen field distortion boosters.Eat my shit space police. Tossing your red bull out of the window as they watch impotently.
>>34329803It would be cool and giant world tree art is great, but as an actual theory it's fucking stupid.
>>34330291>>34336066The plains indians don't literally believe that a literal giant bear, or a young girl turned into a giant bear and clawed it up or whatever variation of the story you want to go with, It's metaphor, it's not like the doomsday cult of abrahamic religions where they need to think the stories really happened and the world has to bend itself to their stubborn closed minded preconceptions. You need to get your head out of your ass if you think like this.
Listen you hylics, fossils/petrification can only happen if the specimen is placed in an anaerobic environment where bacteria cannot survive. The mega trees would have rotted unless they were buried quickly. This applies to all fossils that exist, every single fossil was buried quickly in order to preserve it.
>>34329803Earth is expanding and used to be smaller in the past. The size of "dinosaurs" was most likely a result of Earth's state back then. It's not much of a stretch to extend the reasoning to trees. If some even today can display the dimensions we can witness, one can only imagine how big they were in the distant past.This doesn't necessarily mean that Devil's Tower and the like are the remains of those trees, though.
>>34329803holy shit you guys are retardsThis comes from a thread on /x/ where "itt: we make up conspiracy theories"It's in the archiveSome of your minds are so open your brains are falling out
>>34339416Most of /x/ is people making shit up and larping while acting like they're an authority.
>>34329803giant you say?
>>34336065>it's a much larger tree than we thought, that's all the remnants of one large stump
>>34329803if you look at it, it's obvious and self evident.apart of that, the usual suspects mocks it and put it in plain sight all over the place...
The reason they don't "look like petrified wood" like all the shills are saying is because life wasn't carbon based but rather silica based in that time period and therefore "petrifies" differently.
>>34331594fucking kek that's exactly what i said.>>34333569>>34330070nigger detected.
>>34343040>because life wasn't carbon based but rather silica based in that time period and therefore "petrifies" differently.Ah of course it was just silicon based mega trees >Citation needed
Here is the transparent pill: mountians are alive just like trees are.
>>34329803right up there with Flat-tard logic
>>34336367I love this
>>34336367Music to my ears
>>34339578me on the desk
>>34331928/x/ anons, notice how the feds here are depicted as the chad meme.No anon made this meme. It comes from the feds and other associated virtual cultural warfare teams that contest us.Using this foundation (which isn't perfect as it relies on an assumption) one could conclude and infer the opposite of this fed meme is true
>>34339236pretty interesting, i should look into that more
>>34329803If they was trees, why they rocks then?
>>34343079>>34337120You are a retarded neolibshit if you think you can tell anyone what anyone else and their entire people and ethnicity thinks and believes in and how they can explain it.Fucking retarded urbanite geoinsufficent zombie drone turdbot anglophone neolibshit right wing liberal turdlet, bet you're not even 3 feet tall yet 4 feet wide like your typical pig ilk.
>>34329803Not everything that Flat-Earther's latch onto is necessarily completely wrong or bogus. I do think that we may well have had a hidden episode where we lost knowledge and technology around the 1800's. Mega-fauna is is acknowledged in the archaeological record and it was in large part as a result of the Earth having a higher oxygen content. More c02 as a result of larger animal life could have caused some absolutely massive trees to grow.
>>34339236>look up this guy's shit>of course it's a pollack. as if the Poles haven't suffered enough>he's written 6 fucking books on the subject>doesn't believe in summery conclusions>only mentions GPS once citing some hogwash about satellite orbits>continually treats observable subduction as hypotheticalI was only able to skim parts of the final book so far. I'm curious how close he is to neal adams' take on the subject, because adams' was deeply flawed.
>>34339001On the one hand, that helps them because it requires some form of large-scale sedimentation, like a mudflood.OTOH, it hurts them because it also means they've have to acknowledge a geological scale erosion event.>>34340338>so-called trees blend in to the higher ground level>dude, the ground was a tree!Do you ever read what you type before you hit send?>>34343040fossilization only works two ways, encasement and replacement. Lava is only produced one way and in either case where it produces fossil's, (which it rarely does) they in no way resemble that. If they were turning directly into fossils by virtue of being made of stone, one would expect to see some sort of structural detail as with corals and shells, etc.. There is none, just solid rock, consistent with lava/magma
>>34345020/x/ anons, notice how the line spacing here is reddit. No anon made this post. It comes from feds and other associated virtual cultural warfare teams that contest us. Or possibly, a boomer with a computer. Using this foundation (which isn't perfect as it relies on an assumption) one could conclude and infer the opposite of this post is true.
>>34329803that's a big tree
>>34349165For a yew.
>>34329803Reminder that the Earth is shrinking due to gravity. Stones on top of mountains all falls down, nothing goes up and stays there. In 19 years the Earth will become a flat desert and people will fight over water, globetards BTFO yet again. You did go all in on water stock right anon?
>>34330070What the fuck are you saying? You should learn how to speak English.
>>34339416I remember that thread. Knew it would be a hit but wew, could've never expected this.
>>34329910this type of mountains is the result of the industrial harvesting of the rare metals of the previous civilization.
>>34330105Are you female - and high?
Yes. There was an age where flora and fauna on earth were giant. The giant dinosaurs, insects, plants, trees and of course giant men. The Aryan giants of old "myths", who were the native civilization of earth. The creators of the "Tartarian Empire" and all the megalithic ruins that still exist today.Read more here:https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/413807291/
Giant trees for giant humans, as man deforested his earth and destroyed the dwelling he descended from he became small but his mind grew.