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Remote Viewing Ancient Civilizations - a compilation of data.

 
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Who built Gobekli Tepe and for what purpose? Why was it intentionally buried?
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bow to the op.....


whatever
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Where was the Troy of the Homeric tales? (the supposed location in Turkey does not exactly match the story)
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You say Moses stole technology to part the Red Sea...are you implying that Moses was not under any influence other than his own and what he could accomplish with some tools?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

If you're implying God as per bible, no. Moses' motives were simple, he wanted a people to rule and being inducted into the priestly caste of Egypt he was shown the vaults and records of older times including tools and artifacts.

What was the pillar of cloud by day and the pillar of fire by night?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

A side effect of a faulty mobile algae farm that fed Israelis. It worked but produced excess heat, light and radiation.

Did Moses write the Torah?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

No.
How did these ancients manage to encode Kabbalah into Torah if it was only man at work in it's creation?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

At one point divination was a hard science combining mathematics and mental disciplines. It was possible to predict the future and encode it.

Also, as a remote viewer, does it become self-evident that there is a spirit world and, if so, was Moses likely directed by entities from it?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

Moses was a man driven by ambition. He wanted a people to rule and discovered tools that allowed him to appear as a chosen miracle worker to people who did not understand technology from a much earlier period.
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What about all those Chinese pyramids?
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Who built Gobekli Tepe and for what purpose? Why was it intentionally buried?
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Gobekli Tepe was an administrative center of a local civilization. It was built some 10.000 years ago.

They buried it because they were losing a war with a neighbouring kingdom and it was not in their culture to destroy their heritage - instead they preserved it with sand and fled the area becoming nomadic and gradually losing what civilized state of mind they possesed.
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Where was the Troy of the Homeric tales? (the supposed location in Turkey does not exactly match the story)
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It's where they dug it out, mount Hisarlik. The original war was much less epic than the homeric account. Troy VIIa was a city of some 6000 inhabitants.
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What about all those Chinese pyramids?
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Elaborate.
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Who were the Mound Builders? Who were the race of giants with a double row of teeth?
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What about all those Chinese pyramids?
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Elaborate.
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Age, builders, purpose, I read something about lakes of mercury?
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pyramids - when, how, why and by whom? thx.

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Circa 10.600 B.C.E or 12.600 years ago. The entire complex was built for a period of approximately 100 years.

It was built by the local people. The area then was similar to United States today in that it was a melting pot of many cultures.

Why? As a gravestone. These people knew their civilization would end and while many projects were to act as time capsules this one was built as a sort of memorial. In its vicinity were and still are records and caches of artifacts.

How? They used a principle of magnetism to effectively levitate the stones, onto ships from the quarry and then onto their place. They also use a chemical substance to soften the stone for ease of cutting.

Both the substance and the devices used were relatively simple appliances.
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It took them a100 years to levitate stones into place? Okay now you lost me thanks for playing yada, yada yada.
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Who were the Mound Builders?
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Distant descendants of atlantean refugees. They lost a religious war with their brethren in Mexico.

Their opponents migrated to South America while they migrated to North America, they both established disparate civilizations that were the roots of all native american activity in the Americas.
Who were the race of giants with a double row of teeth?
 Quoting: Lazarus 12468104


Degenerate descendants of the first human species to reach technological civilization. They survived in Americas as late as 2000 years ago. They died out due to inbreeding caused by low populations.

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Any stuff on why crazy things happen in the so called Bermuda Triangle?
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It took them a100 years to levitate stones into place? Okay now you lost me thanks for playing yada, yada yada.
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The Pyramids consist of hundreds of thousands of stones and the people who built them were not at our level of technology.

The appliances of high technology they had left over from previous eras were sufficient to facilitate the creation of such vast projects but not to do so speedily or with ease.
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Any stuff on why crazy things happen in the so called Bermuda Triangle?
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Active power generation units, built to withstand upheavals, the civilization they powered is long gone but they remain due to being housed in such solid structures.

They interfere with compasses, cause visual, spatial and time distortions as well as increase the level of oxygen in the water making it less dense and sinking ships instantly.

The mechanical/scientific reason for these phenomena is not understood, the technology they stem from is centuries ahead of ours but its apparent the millennia of neglect left these devices faulty.

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Ed Leedskalnin claimed to have rediscovered the methods the ancients used to levitate stones when he bulit the coral castle in Florida. Inside one of the larger structures he wrote a mathematical formula for the 9 code, one of the key cornerstones scientists are now using in major universities to unlock the secrets of anti-gravity. Some say the work has already been done and is being covered up by the U.S. Government. Were the secrets of levitation anti-gravitational, or were they some force that an ancient artifact used?

Also, was Edgar Cayce correct about the "Hall of Records" beneath the paws of the Sphinx? Do such records exist?
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Good answers OP. Here's another. Have you observed any use of acoustic/cymatics in ancient society that we don't see in use today?
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Can you speak at all on the nature of the Earth's Ages in regards to a specific polarity for each age?

It has become apparent to me that we are in "Negative" polarity right now, where the emphasis in this world is on Negativity, Death, Destruction, exploitation, etc.

Was there a Positive polarity age on Earth where Truth and virtue were the norm and Evil/Death rare?

How far back have you gone, what did you find there, and why not go back further?

Did dinosaurs ever co-exist with any species of sentient biped that populated the earth?

Was there a reptilian race and have they gone underground?

You have said no Aliens, but how about the Greys...do they exist and inhabit the Earth?

Is there anything to Hollow Earth and who lives there?

Was there a Moon as far back as you've gone, or did it become attached much later?
"Belief is the enemy of knowing." -Crrow777

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Ed Leedskalnin claimed to have rediscovered the methods the ancients used to levitate stones when he bulit the coral castle in Florida. Inside one of the larger structures he wrote a mathematical formula for the 9 code, one of the key cornerstones scientists are now using in major universities to unlock the secrets of anti-gravity. Some say the work has already been done and is being covered up by the U.S. Government. Were the secrets of levitation anti-gravitational, or were they some force that an ancient artifact used?
 Quoting: NewtonsOwn


Leedskalnin was a genius, he was also privy to transcripts of ancient records describing construction.

The method with which to levitate objects is known for decades and experimented upon. It was not made public for various economic reasons.
Also, was Edgar Cayce correct about the "Hall of Records" beneath the paws of the Sphinx? Do such records exist?
 Quoting: NewtonsOwn

The hall of records is a massive subterrenean complex accessed via natural caves and multiple entranced around Giza Plateou.

What's beneath the Sphinx is a small cache of artifacts, also it's already been emptied by egyptian authorities at an unknown but recent date.
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So, how many wipe-outs of larger civilizations that couldn't rise above their technology level to build a sustainable society can you count to? Are we the sixth or the seventh, or less?

It's not good news. We struggle hard right now not to implode. It's such a mess.
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It's at least entertaining.

I vote for a pin.bump
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Can you speak at all on the nature of the Earth's Ages in regards to a specific polarity for each age?
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The ages are an invention of Greek Philosophers. There was no such clear distinction in human history.
It has become apparent to me that we are in "Negative" polarity right now, where the emphasis in this world is on Negativity, Death, Destruction, exploitation, etc.
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

I wont engage in spiritual discussion i'm sorry.
Was there a Positive polarity age on Earth where Truth and virtue were the norm and Evil/Death rare?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

There was a period where civilization reached global unification and a level of technological attainment that allowed society to achieve a post-scarcity lifestyle. Presumably there was crime and unrest but only at personal level as society reached a satisfactory equilibrum.
How far back have you gone, what did you find there, and why not go back further?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

200 thousand years. The further one goes the less fidelity and clarity can be obtained untill viable results become impossible.
Did dinosaurs ever co-exist with any species of sentient biped that populated the earth?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

Dinosaurs themselves? No, there did exist large reptile descendants both aerial and terrestrial, they co-existed with humanity for a time.
Was there a reptilian race and have they gone underground?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

No and no. All known species are mammalian.
You have said no Aliens, but how about the Greys...do they exist and inhabit the Earth?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

Not to our knowledge.
Is there anything to Hollow Earth and who lives there?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

Earth is not hollow, consequently no one lives within the strata. The myth was born from primitive people rediscovering ancient underground complexes the size of which impressed them so much they presumed the earth itself is hollow.
Was there a Moon as far back as you've gone, or did it become attached much later?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line


Yes, the moon is present for the duration of our reaching back.
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It's at least entertaining.

I vote for a pin.bump
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Seconded, I believe this person knows what they are talking about. Its some of the best answers ive ever heard and I have heard many, many "answers" in my time and research. Highly entertaining, if nothing else. Totally Pin materiel, too bad the Ferguson BS is on center stage right now.
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So, how many wipe-outs of larger civilizations that couldn't rise above their technology level to build a sustainable society can you count to? Are we the sixth or the seventh, or less?

It's not good news. We struggle hard right now not to implode. It's such a mess.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 65099284


We're the third human civilization to have high technology on a global level.

The number of civilizations that reached some level of technology below ours is much larger, none of them were global however.

The entire span of human civilized history as counted by the broad human genus is approximately 150.000 years.
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So, how many wipe-outs of larger civilizations that couldn't rise above their technology level to build a sustainable society can you count to? Are we the sixth or the seventh, or less?

It's not good news. We struggle hard right now not to implode. It's such a mess.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 65099284


We're the third human civilization to have high technology on a global level.

The number of civilizations that reached some level of technology below ours is much larger, none of them were global however.

The entire span of human civilized history as counted by the broad human genus is approximately 150.000 years.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


Thanks for your precise answers.

So there were other civilizations with technology by which they failed, besides the two before us? Even though they weren't global i assume in your answer they were also wiped out. How many and for what reason?
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Did you forget my question?
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Are they beings on the moon? Mars? Is a ship?
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Are the islands in the Caribbean the tips of a submerge Atlantis? From where the people of the islands in the Atlantic came? Atlantis? Are there any technology. Hidden around in those islands?
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So there were other civilizations with technology by which they failed, besides the two before us? Even though they weren't global i assume in your answer they were also wiped out. How many and for what reason?
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The total number and the time span is too large to elaborate.

There have been two major civilizations, first centered in a region of Antarctica, once warm - today covered in ice. This civlization was both global and advanced.

It was destroyed by an impact of a small comet that caused a global firestorm and destabilized our planets geology some 50.000 years ago. The remnants of this impact are evident in a layer of ash in India, the comet exploded directly above this continent.

The second civilization, much closer to ours both in technology and lifestyle though still above our level destroyed itself in a global war some 32.000 years ago.

The final destruction was caused by a rapid submerging of the final remnant of Atlantis some 12.300 years ago. Human civilization by then was less advanced than we are though still possesing a sophisticated and significant level of achievement, also enjoying some leftover technologies with capacity to maintain them but without the ability to reproduce them.

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Did you forget my question?
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There are so many, please repeat them.
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