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How the PYRAMIDS were Really Built -- The "Toy" That Helped ColumbusDiscover America

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(It should be noted that David Fellin had been subjected
to a pair of polygraph tests regarding his experiences out
of his body while entombed underground for 14 days
following a coal mine cave-in near Hazleton, Pa., in August
1963. He passed nptj wotj "no evidence of deception.")


Among David Fellin's most remarkable revelations were
journeys he insisted he had taken back in time which
had afforded him an opportunity to witness monumental
events of history as they actually occurred.

He testified, for example, that he had watched the
construction of the pyramids in Egypt and had been
aboard Christopher Columbus' ship -- unseen by
Columbus and his crew -- during his journey in which he
discovered America.

As for the time-honored question of how the pyramids
were built, Fellin said, based on what he had observed,
it was nowhere near the gargantuan task as is generally

He emphasized that it did not require thousands of men
working for hundreds of years because not a single
multi-ton rock had to be hauled to the site from a great

(Fellin later revealed that the huge blocks were made
on the spot, filling in wooden forms with a type of
cement, the way sidewalks are fashioned today.)

Meanwhile, Fellin said Columbus -- whom he described
as having yellow hair and a red beard -- was Tyrolean,
not Italian, and that the secret of his success was simply
ecause he had mastered the use of the compass.

The compass assured Columbus that, if he didn't reach
land by the time half of the crew's food supply was depleted,
he'd simply turn his vessel around and head in the opposite direction
to make it back to his home port.

Fellin told Conrad that he had learned that Columbus'
real name wasn't even Columbus.

``He was called Columbo, which is Latin for pigeon, but
it was only his nickname," he explained. ``Columbus had
earned the nickname by sailing to points unknown and
always returning safely. So people around the docks
started calling him Columbo -- meaning that he was
a homing pigeon that always returned to its nest.

"Of course, they didn't realize Columbus was using
the compass -- a very large compass which was right
in the middle of his very small cabin -- to earn his
reputation as an excellent seaman. Back then, the
compass had been regarded as nothing more than
a child's toy, not as a navigating instrument."

Explicit details of Fellin's out-of-body journeys which
enabled to watch the pyramids being built as well
as to observe Columbus during his trip across the
Atlantic to discover America in 1492 are revealed
in several of his notarized letters.





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