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which would explain the true stories of dna change, memory loss etc, because of the electrical process's that took place as a result of the event(s)
but
who was here on earth that could have known the cause of cause, the star several light years away?
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and they must have known the structure and function of our universe to know how and why the cause (star) of cause (local planetary /star systems intermingling into our present sol solar system) occurred

who would that have been

us?
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in answering myself i keep getting tall, slim, blue (ish) lovely people
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but was that us

The Purple Dawn of Man

Yet, even before this Golden Age in which man enjoyed a tranquil existence devoid of want and bathed in the perfect light of a perfect and timeless sun, there was a primordial dawn of eternal twilight,… a distant age wrapped in a sea of celestial purple radiating a dense and global warmth from a single orb permanently stationed at the far north of the heavens.

To primordial man, this was the time of the Purple Dawn, the Great Dreamtime of our distant past celebrated in the oral and written traditions of ancient peoples the world over.

At that time there was no Sun as we know it today. There was no way to tell day from night. No stars could be seen through the dense atmospheric purple haze and there was no moon from which to tell the passing of time by its phases or from which the Earth’s oceans could be influenced in great tidal movements. Man lived in a perpetual state of dusky darkness. The warm and bountiful purple hue permeated all existence and the nocturnal thrived.

Like an eye looking onto the world from a swirling purple chaos in the heavens, primordial man would have seen one pale disk of light radiating its benign presence from a position locked at the celestial north pole. It had always been there,… its presence an integral, yet silently ethereal part of the Earth’s landscape and mankind’s experience. [link to saturndeathcult.com]
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what color would we have been
 
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