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Aliens, Illuminati and IGNORANCE!

08-26-2015, 06:18 PM #1
Robert Baird
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Aliens, Illuminati and Ignorance

Unfortunately easy answers often become the fall back position of those who are seeking answers. It requires so much work to explain all aspects of reality, and the ego has difficulty admitting it will never know anything as a certainly. Yes, there are extra-terrestrials and they might even watch over what we do as we become more capable of endangering life in universe. Yes, knowledge can be gained through portals and other attunements. No, there is no difficulty explaining how we developed almost everything attributed to aliens. The only thing I cannot explain is how ignorance rose to near extremist heights and stayed there through so many centuries. I jest, of course. It is explainable through one simple word - religion.

 "Faith is an openness and trusting attitude to truth and reality, whatever it may turn out to be. This is a risky and adventurous state of mind. Belief in the religious sense, is the opposite of faith - because it is a fervent wishing or hope, a compulsive clinging to the idea that the universe is arranged and governed in such and such a way. Belief is holding to a rock; faith is learning how to swim - and this whole universe swims in boundless space." - Alan Watts

 I have a hard time calling Scientology a religion and yet like most criminal enterprises they imitate I have to admit they are better than any, if not them all. I have a very low opinion of them, so you can be sure I have an even lower opinion of all major religions, except Buddhism and Taoism which are non-theistic. The Scientologists do attempt to make society a better place and they have success managing their people. I just think it is better to be free, and think for yourself. But within every one of the theistic religions or cults, there are groups I find mystical values in and gain insight from.

 There is value to be found in every religion and almost every thought. Making sense and using it for the Divine Providential rights of all life on Earth is where the rubber hits the road.


 The currently running Expedition show on TV had the Atacama giant and Nazca Lines mystery on a recent episode. I confess Von Daniken raised my awareness about ancient technology when he said the Nazca Lines were an alien landing zone. It said what I say after decades of research, the lines are over water aquifers and people used spiritual rituals to draw energy to bring water to the surface. The rituals include alignment of the designs to the sun and stars (like Venus or the morning star) and the Earth Energy Grid like all other megaliths. The geoglyphic nodal points or areas where the Nazca Lines join over a deep aquifer are also in Poverty point designs or megalithic henges even when not seen or drawn. It is like the magic circle of pagans where there are five points to the pentagram drawn to perform rituals. Imagine the lines continue inside and outside the design. That energy attunement must have lead to water being brought forth at least in the minds of the people who drank it. To find the aquifers was a matter of dowsing - easily proven and still used in military situations today.

 The twelve main energy vortexes including the Great Pyramid of Iesa have many smaller center points or nodes. You can think of a corollary in your own body - the chakras and psychic points chart which mirrors the lymph system. Epigeneticists may make a further breakthrough in this integrative insight soon. The twelve plates in the Dodecahedron are part of the ancient earth computer.
 If as Sartre says "Love is absent space." What will the wisdom seeker experience in Love versus someone only seeking for what others agree with?

 The following book is an academic masterpiece integrating archaeosymbolism, the collective unconscious, archetypes and consciousness studies, which start with paintings in caves but as we know the painting art is about 500,000 years older than we once thought - not so long ago.

 "My third epiphany was in 1998 at a performance of Martin McDonagh’s play, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, when I heard the protagonist, Pato Dooley, wistfully declare:
 When it’s there I am, it’s here I wish I was, of course. Who
 wouldn’t? But when it’s here I am … it isn’t there I want to be, of
 course not. But I know it isn’t here I want to be either.
 In these words I heard Pato Dooley enunciate the universal dilemma of human kind; how to resolve the unattainable quite impractical desire to dwell in that imaginal place from which we have somehow been exiled, where we feel we are home and where we belong and where we know that the essence and reality of our soul will find its safe harbour. This dilemma, this longing is reflected in our religious beliefs and dogmas, in historical narratives, in the art and literature of all cultures and also significantly informs and structures much of our physical and psychological survival since it is most readily and commonly perceived in our storytelling."

http://researchdirect.uws.edu.au/isl...tream/PDF/view Link not working but do search for it - it is great!

 Beyond the Dragon Project proof of energy varying and dovetailing with astronomical or astrological events and megaliths being part of a computer type of information matrix - we now have Gaia Theory developed by James Lovelock and Lynn Margulis and others including Hawkins who work on Crop Circles I have covered - here. It is more than just some Green initiative and Bucky Fuller saw how consciousness in even the marble under a sculptor's tools can be worked with.

 The following link should take you to a good or decent history of the Illuminati. Every detail in it is worth at least one book - that should be written if average people are ever to know what lies they are fed. For example, Genghis Khan (Temujin - see thread) is a Nestorian like Hecateus of Miletus who met Abaris who taught Pythagoras. The Nestorians ran China a millennium before Genghis re-took it. The Sufis and Manicheans are part of the ecumenicism which Catharism tried to bring to all people as they gave free education, free medicine and much more to a large area of France, Spain and Portugal while speaking Langue (language) D'Oc or De = of, Occamy = alchemy).
 However, It is very wrong about the era before the Current era (BCE) and origins of alphabets etc.


The above link is like a lot of alien theory which is included in the foundational books of the Judaeo/Christian/Islamic cultus. It says some things which are worth serious investigation but if you do not do that investigation you will end up believing nonsense. Some of the things it says which I know are nonsense, include Sumerians being helped by aliens as Sitchen says the Sumerian records show. Those same records also identify where those aliens came from. It was Dilmun or Jubail (modern day Dubai). And yes, academia has continued to foster the idea that Greece and Rome, or the Classical historian's study, were the zenith of science and culture. They were Empires that Hellenized or destroyed books and knowledge from prior cultures. The complete Gospels or New Testament actually are written by Romans seeking to build a new religion they were in control of, and that religion became more expansive than the original Empire. The real benefit to the few who ran it was there were fewer people to share the wealth of conquerors with. It also says Francis Bacon founded Freemasonry. He did play a vital role in the Rosicrucian or Royal Society and he did have a very real interest in the Americas. He owned land near Oak Island for example. He did not found Free (Phre = Fire) Masonry.

 As to the Pole shifts and the work of Hapgood forwarded by Einstein, it was one of the things I supported for many years due to things like the Mammoths found with intact buttercups above the Arctic Circle. But geology proves it is a magnetic shift only and the explanation for the Mammoth buttercups is a Meteor in 8350 BCE which caused nuclear winters and earthquakes that blocked the sun for many, many years.

 "Then, when we factor in Zecharia Sitchin's deeper work as well, we realize that a group that had access to incredible technology aided the Sumerians, a group that possessed flying machines, lasers and other exotic equipment. A very advanced understanding of science and physics was present as well, including the knowledge of the full spectrum of planets in the Solar System. We are also told in the ancient Hindu Vedas and the Cayce Readings that Atlanteans did indeed possess flying machines, so this checks out. (It also could be that the Atlanteans were cooperating with Space Brothers that they had interacted with as well, given the preponderance of "Ancient Astronaut" data that is available. Sitchin's data very strongly suggests the existence of the Annunaki, or "Those who from Heaven to Earth Came.")

 The maps were kept within the high ranks of the priesthood well after the start of the Sumerian civilization, and eventually, they were secreted into the Library of Alexandria in Egypt, and later into the academic halls of Greece. It is believed that only those who were members of the secret brotherhoods knew of the existence of these maps. The argument for the secret brotherhoods' existence is extremely strong, and the best book Wilcock has ever found on this topic is The People of the Secret by Ernest Scott, Octagon Press, London 1983. Scott's work leaves no doubt whatsoever that this Brotherhood existed, that it secretly allied the major religions of Christianity, Islam and Judaism, and that it still persists in the present moment as a positive group that communes with Higher Intelligence and seeks to gradually unveil the Mysteries to our civilization. It is indeed very interesting material, but if we try to take on Scott's incredible and highly academic arguments, we would have to write a whole new volume for this book!
 These brotherhoods sent out seafaring explorers to rediscover the lands that were hidden on their secret maps, to eventually rebuild a great, technological civilization like Atlantis. Francis Bacon, the father of modern Freemasonry, declared the American continent to be the site for the "New Atlantis." And, in order to set this plan into action, the explorers themselves would need to copy over the maps, at least in part, so that they would have something they could work with. Certain authors including Hancock in Fingerprints of the Gods speculate that Columbus had access to these maps, and therefore knew that the Earth was actually round, and that new lands would be found overseas.
 All of this proved to be quite interesting to Ivan P. Sanderson, the "father of the Grid," and now we will see why. The first explorer that we are aware of who copied over one of these maps is Admiral Piri Reis, in 1513 AD. This map focuses on Africa's west coast, South America's east coast and the northern coast of Antarctica. What is so interesting is that it shows the Antarctic Queen Maud Land area as an ice-free coast. And, as Hancock writes in Fingerprints, in order for this coast to have been surveyed without ice, it would have to have been mapped between 13,000 and 4,000 BC! Modern humanity did not know the outline of this coast until 1949, as a result of a comprehensive seismic survey by a joint British-Swedish reconnaissance team. (Hancock 1995, pg. 12.)

 The man who put all of this map information together is Charles Hapgood, however his theories did not initially start with these maps. Hapgood was a History of Science professor at Keene College in New Hampshire, although his areas of inquiry obviously went far beyond simple history. Hapgood's basic theory concerns Earth crustal displacement, a close analog to the idea of "pole shift," where the surface of the Earth actually changes position. Hapgood says that the entire surface crust of the Earth "may be displaced at times, moving over the soft inner body, much as the skin of an orange, if it were loose, might shift over the inner part of the orange all in one piece." This theory drew the attention of Albert Einstein as well, who contributed the forward to Hapgood's 1953 book.

 "I frequently receive communications from people who wish to consult me concerning their unpublished ideas [Einstein observed]. It goes without saying that these ideas are very seldom possessed of scientific validity. The very first communication, however, that I received from Mr. Hapgood electrified me. His idea is original, of great simplicity, and - if it continues to prove itself - of great importance to everything that is related to the history of the earth's surface."

 In a polar region there is continual deposition of ice, which is not symmetrically distributed about the pole. The earth's rotation acts on these unsymmetrically deposited masses, and produces centrifugal momentum that is transmitted to the rigid crust of the earth. The constantly increasing centrifugal momentum produced in this way will, when it has reached a certain point, produce a movement of the earth's crust over the rest of the earth's body."
 Yes, Columbus got maps from the reformed Templars including the Knights of Christ and it's leader his father-in-law. The Templar fleet like that of Solomon in the lineage of Merovingians had travelled the whole Earth for millennia. Yes, anti-gravity is a possible explanation of Energy Grid uses in conjunction with other mental and soulful explanations. But this grid and the Platonic solids is very very ancient technology going back at least 20,000 years. Yes, the secret societies kept the secret of the Pentagon Dodecahedron and even killed those who sought to explain it's secrets to Sophists or those outside their cabal. And those secret societies and special families who wrote the Bible and gave themselves monopolies on trade or shipping (Onassis is a Merovingian name) and usury (Benjaminites = de Medicis and now Rothschilds) are the Illuminati. So what? They have tried to educate people and give them their knowledge as the Cathars, Gracchi and others back before the Therapeutae of Pythagoras (see Abaris). What they get is Heresy Trials, Inquisitions, Crusades and conspiracy theorist nonsense. Their outreaches including the Jesuits and Club of Rome are not bad, they seek a real plan to take humanity forward towards it's Providential potential.
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