Thursday, May 7, 2009

New Zealand's hidden story of the Super Celts

In a thoroughly well researched article published in the NZ Herald earlier this week, irrefutable evidence of New Zealand’s distant past being occupied by a race of super Celts was put forward by the brave, objective, underdog researcher Dr Martin Doutre. Well, perhaps in reality he cannot use the title ‘Dr’, but that is only because the academics and the PC, New World Order (UN) nanny state that is New Zealand’s government argue that that title can only be earned by years of “hard work” in mainstream (PC) “universities”. Credentials aside, the tireless efforts of New Zealand’s most distinguished astroarchaeologist, metalinguist, ultrageneticist and conspiracy-quashing historian has continued to cause gasps of wonder and skips of glee among the country's more intelligent citizens such as ACT voters, MENZ supporters, and Garth George.

In this insightful article, Doutre reports on his scientific findings, which involve sophisticated survey methods using a measurement unit Doutre invented to accurately record Celtic landscape symbolism, and thus escape use of pesky orthodox PC academic survey methodologies which manipulate the results to hide the Celtic truth, on a number of large boulder-like artefacts found on a hilltop in Silverdale under development. Doutre and fellow ex-child prodigy Russell Ireland state “It sparked a lot of mystery over how they got there ...They were concretion boulders, which can only form in sea sediments, yet they had made it to the top of this high, yellow clay hill." Obviously, as will be evident to the other enlightened geniuses who-know-the-truth reading this, they obviously cannot be natural. Furthermore, Doutre comments on his empirically tested findings that:

“Some boulders showed ancient etchings of geometric designs similar to those on structures in Britain dating back to 3150BC.”

Here, the evidence cannot be denied. 3150BC is a long time ago, longer ago in fact than the PC academic generated dates of “first settlement” at around 800 years ago. Therefore, this race of super Celts must have been the original occupants of New Zealand and left their indelible impression across our landscape via their advanced surveying systems involving suspiciously positioned basalt boulders in volcanic fields and manmade concretion boulders such as the ones uncovered in Silverdale. What evidence remains of the nuclear powered technology the super Celts used and their citadels which could be as tall as 500ft and made of titanium-diamond alloy is unclear, though it seems painfully obvious that the latter inhabitants or “indigenous” peoples must have systematically defeated them and then carefully covered up all of the evidence so that people in the future with communist agendas such as academics, Labour and the Greens could continue to hide the truth from the public.

Perhaps the only thing in which the Herald journalist who wrote the article got wrong was the couple of sentences at the end devoted to the views of the “Geological Society” spokesman Bruce Hayward who makes some strange attempt to use something called “geological science” to dismiss Doutre’s truth-fuelled evidence. In what can only be described as a divisive and misleading tactic, Hayward comments that the boulders “were 70 million years old and pushed up from the sea floor and the enclosing countryside eroded over time, leaving them exposed.” If only this man was as enlightened and genius as we seekers-of-the-truth are, he would realise the far more simpler explanation is that the super Celts hauled the giant round stones out of the ocean, across the landscape, and up to the top of the hill where they commenced inscribing bulldozer-like marks across them as markers of the suns journey across the landscape.

This recent publicity marks a small win in the ever arduous task of educating the public to the vast PC conspiracy underway in our fair country and the true nature of New Zealand’s prehistory – one filled with super Celts.

Autocad imagery of scientific survey results of Celtic surveying patterns for equinox.