November 14, 2014
Hello everyone, name's Kris, 30y/o, living in Belgium.
Joined here because of my ever increasing fascination about extraterrestrial life, cover ups, the true origin of mankind and so on ðŸ™‚
My dayjob is pretty common as you would expect from a well controled sheep in the herd, I'm a car-mechanic.
After 4.30pm I switch over my investigative mode though. I've started about 4 years ago and seen most of the reasonable documentaries out there on the web. I've also come across this site several times but never really took the time to register.
Since my interests are pretty wide spread, I try to see many things myself and I've travelled a lot these past few years visiting the most " popular places ".
In 2010 I visited Roswell New Mexico.. an enjoyable trip with a lot of laughter but also the usual mainstream tourist stuff. Ended up with more Alien souvenirs than I could carry lol, so I decicded that the next trip would have to be a lot more..well non-mainstream ðŸ™‚
In 2011 I hopped on an airliner which eventually dropped me and a buddy off in Cusco (Peru). All we literally had was a return ticket, some clothes, a backpack and a reasonable amount of cash. I mainly wanted to visit some ancient sites I read about like: Phuyupatamarka, Pinkuylluna, Rumiqullqa and so on. We hired 2 very persuasive and overpriced guides and set off for a 13 day tour around the region. By car, by bus, but mostly on foot and spending the night in an also overpriced tent. The guides seemed to know a lot about the sites we visited and told us many things about the legends and their own beliefs. They showed us some very interesting rock carvings (which I unfortunately allready saw online aswell), but as I was wandering off to search for a spot to pee when we were in a forest close to Vilcabamba, I spotted an overgrown rock which also had a carving in it (Inca style) and I was surprised when I showed it to the guides..they didn't know what it was and had never seen it. So that was about the highlight of the trip
2012 I went to Cyprus and visited the acoustic ruins. Not much to say about that since again I didn't learn anything new.
2013 ..Siberia..well there was a lot of snow :thumbup: oh yeah, and it was pretty chilly too.
This year then, I visited Rome and Paris. In Paris I knew a few people with good connections and we were allowed to enter in a part of "The catacombs" which is normally closed to the public. Smelly, damp, scary but oh such a nice experience.. finally something relatively close to home which not many people can say they have seen. Spent about 2 hours there with my bud GÃ©rard and the man who brought us there Alphonse. Unlike in the tourist part, we saw a sh*tload of abnormal & deformed skeletal remains. Alphonse told us that most of the people burried/thrown there suffered terrible diseases and that the werent always 100 % dead when they reached their final restingplace.. That kinda showed when looking at some facial expressions.
I'm hoping to learn so much more by reading through the articles here, meeting new people with the same fascination, and new friends across the world.
I also like to look at the stars true a quite large & sophisticated telescope my dad once bought, but I haven't spotted a UFO or any anomalies so far :thumbdown: And belgium is one of the most light-poluted countries in Europe, so I guess we can't really see everything that's truely out there ðŸ™‚
Took some time giving a propel introduction, hopefully someone takes the time to read it aswell
Thanks for the introduction, and welcome to the site. Feel free to jump right in!
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