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Remote Viewing Ancient Civilizations - a compilation of data.

 
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Alterwelt do you know anything about the Mandela Effect and what is happening to the KJV Bible?
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Who killed JFK and why?
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What percentage of the global population survived the cataclismic end of the Younger Dryas?
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good question
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You keep repeating, the continent you call Atlantis. What is the name of the continent formerly known as Atlantis?
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did misomini learn advanced techniques to make swords from ancient texts?
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You keep repeating, the continent you call Atlantis. What is the name of the continent formerly known as Atlantis?
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There were many. During much of archaic period humanity was divided far more deeply than it is today, nations were not simply political and cultural bonduaries they were practically different civilizations and thus there were many names.

Another complication in etymology is that what you call Atlantis first shattered and then sunk over a period of almost one hundred thousand years.

Depending on the period people called it by the name of the greatest ruling island, city or country on it. During it's height when it was a relatively unified power that projected it's might across the globe it was called Anamash.

Later after it's land and people were destroyed in the shattering and submerging of the landmass the greatest of three surviving islands was called the same.

Paradoxally while the island hosted the last of the civilized people of that culture it was originaly never part of the main landmass, it was the farthest of the great cities, some one hundred miles west from Africa. It was this island that Plato describes in Critias' dialogues.
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1) Oceania and the rest of the pacific islands hosted cities in the pre-deluge era? Were these cities in contact with the rest of the world or were them isolated?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 54322626

During the last ice age most of the region was desolate, there were a few civilized settlements but for the most part the region never saw much interaction nor settlement.

Much earlier it did host a civilized power but this was an era that predater the Younger Dryas by a full 20.000 years.
2) At the time of humankind appearance, there was a single type of blood or there where various?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 54322626


If you refer to the groups of blood, there were various.
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What percentage of the global population survived the cataclismic end of the Younger Dryas?
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good question
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That question was answered.
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1) If the so called “lizard people” hit a genetic bottleneck, why weren’t they helped by the pre-human civilizations to overcome this fatality? Considering that they helped the early humans…

2) When and were did the Xiongnu tribes appeared? Are they the ancestors of the Huns?
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In what way was modern man designed to die so early? How long did it take to reduce the lifespan of the normal homo sapien sapien?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72301084


He was not. Solar radiation is to blame. For all of mankinds archaic history the ozone layer was much, much thicker, the resultant filtering of harmful radiation allowed for much healthier fauna, man included.

A combination of natural and man made disasters in the past hundred thousand years caused the thinning of the ozone layer, the radiation damaged DNA of all life reducing health, longevity, size and brain efficiency.

Even as late as 9.000 years ago the few developed nations left saw their elderly live to a hundred years or more.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


Does your "group" do anything to avoid the current solar radiation? Anything to compensate for the damage?

Thank you
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I was refering specifically to the pre-human civilizations, the ones that Lucifer was part, did they had electricity or sofisticated technology?
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Their sciences were in parts already transcending the need for mechanical devices alltogether, they reached a level which no humans came even remotely close to.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


Then why did they end? and are they somewhere else now? Were they more intelligent and larger than us in general?

Thank you

also will the evidence of our binary system be available soon? or when?
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Were the American Bison/buffalo ever domesticated or herded as the Mammoths were?
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Once, yes. In fact they were selectively bread for qualities that the Europeans overlooked, their meat is both tastier and healthier than modern breeds of cattle, a result of a breeding programme more than 15.000 years old.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


What about the meat is healthier?
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Alterwelt do you know anything about the history and purpose of the dolmens of the Loire Valley in western France? In particular do you know any thing about the Pierre Couverte dolmen outside of Bauge?

Do you guys have any insight into the purpose of these dolmens or any information about the culture of that area around 3500 BC? Thanks.
 Quoting: Peepaws


They're much older, at least 9000 years.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


Alterwelt, it is my understanding (from the Ringing Cedars of Russia) that ancient Dolmens were used to preserve wisdom of an dying elder-- is this true?
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Hi alterwelt,

I'm hoping tonight you are the bible expert of the group.


1. Do we have any accurate artist rendering of the christ?
 Quoting: rolltiderv2

It exists, it is not available to the public however and never will be.

2. Was the apostle Paul writings a forgery and/or are they time period authentic?
 Quoting: rolltiderv2



Alterwelt, you have stated previously that the future is fluid and unknown, so how can you state with authority that the image of christ will never be made available to view.

Do you know what he looked like (as to race) height etc. and could you describe his features to us?
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4. Do you know what was being mined on the moon and can you share it?
Minerals that allowed to create an alloy that worked in converting sunlight and magnetism to several forms of energy.

Alterwelt, could you explain in layman's terms why there would be minerals on the moon not found on Earth? and how did human's know they were there? and how to use them?
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Who was Oannis?
 Quoting: PurpleLama


A member of a pre-deluvian priesthood who travelled the post-deluge Middle East rekindling civilization where he could.
 Quoting: Alterwelt



Your response makes me think he must have lived a long life span, how old was he when he died?
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Alterwelt, can you explain who were Evenor and Leucippe, from Plato's original story? And who was their daughter Cleito? How did she have all those sets of twin babies? Also, why didn't Plato finish writing the story? It leaves us right in pretty much the beginning. What happened to the story or to Plato that made this story not complete?
Thank you
 Quoting: Katniss Everdeen


Plato was ultimately a man born in very ancient and much simpler times, while he was a learned man he wrote about events several thousand years his prior of which he had little understanding.

He did not finish his tale because he was forbidden to do so by his peers.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


Why did Plato's peers forbid him to finish his tale?

Were the peer's you are referring to the ruling class?
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Is there any evidence that speaks to the effects of suicide on the mechanics/process of dying and what happens after?

I'm not really expecting an answer but figured I'd ask anyway.
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The proces once no mechanics are given is fairly simple, your present reality is shaped the way it is because billions of sentients experience it and as such it's not as malleable.

When a sentient dies his inner world becomes his only world in which he is the primary observer, thus he shapes his surroundings instinctively, consequently he will take whatever misfortune caused him or her to take their lives with them as their personal hell to experience untill an outside force frees them.

Given the subjectivity of experiences in the border realms a person might experience a millenia of anguish yet be dead only an hour.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


Is an outside source likely to free them?

So, I'm getting that Suicide is in fact a terrible plan? Just as most of us have been taught?
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The Loch Ness Monster
real or hoax?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70690468


We are not all knowing, none of us has any interest in contemporary affairs, we do not offer guidance and we don't teach. If your questions demand any of the above from us we cannot help you.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


I understand your group does not wish to discuss contemporary affairs, would you be willing to offer up an explanation of why the present is of no interest?
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Hi Alterwelt,
Did Dwarka go into the sea in 10800 BC at the start of the younger dryas? If not when?
 Quoting: hidden river

Yes, the exact date cannot be pinpointed but the event happened between 10.800 and 10.600 B.C.

What is known is that it happened rapidly.
Did the climate change substantially in the subcontinent or was the distortion localized to the coastal regions ?
 Quoting: hidden river


The climate changed worldwide, in fact the reason why civilization failed was not due to the flood, nor to the earthquakes but due to the fact that farming became almost impossible globally and most urban centers starved to death centuries before the encroaching waters and sands claimed them.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


How did the climate change? Hotter, colder, drier, and why?
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What was the purpose of the granite 'sarcophagus' in the Giza Complex?
 Quoting: Basstard 70999065

It was originally a slot into which a mechanical device was inserted.
Is there something currently missing from the complex that would render it unusable today?

If so, what would that be?
 Quoting: Basstard 70999065

All of the machinery and smaller steel, lead and granite elements, what you see today is only an outer layer of very complex machine, much like a plastic casing of a computer hard drive.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


Were the workings removed for safe keeping and do they exist somewhere today? Or were they destroyed or lost?
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Was ancient Hebrew created by the race of non-humans who changed our genetic makeup to allow us to develop faster?
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Was our sun rebooted or changed around the time our genetics were changed by a non-human race?
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You have said that all the previous intelligent races on earth were mammals. Is there something about breast feeding that incourages brain development?

What lines of mammals produced intelligent races besides apes?

Thank you.
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What was the Third Secret of Fatima?
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You said that sometimes people reincarnate. Did Enoch reincarnate as Jesus?
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The ancient races were very powerful in their knowledge and skills. Did they move the moon so that it would appear that the moon and the sun were the same size during an eclipse?
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How close were we to a nuclear war during the Cuba missle crisis?
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Did the American government encourage women to continue to work after WW2 so that they could collect more money in taxes?