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Remote Viewing Ancient Civilizations - a compilation of data.

 
Alterwelt  (OP)

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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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The Carribean are not direct remnants of Atlantis rather than remnants of one of the many archipelagoes that once surrounded the landmass.

There are cultural and architectonic artifacts scatted on them but no operational or recognizable technology.
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The flood? Noah? All the animals? True?
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So, I guess you guys messed around looking into the future? :)

Got anything to say about that? Will there be a fourth civilization after we, most likely, will mess up...
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The flood? Noah? All the animals? True?
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To a point. The final remnant of Atlantis was approximately the size of Scotland. It's rapid submergence caused a tsunami over three thousand feet high as well as a change in golfstorm.

The result was the inundation of the coastlines as deep as a hundred miles inwards, massive floods and torrential rains that lasted for weeks in many regions of the world. The north american and european glaciers provided the required water while melting.

The Bible offers a dramatization of the actuall geological event.

Many people survived using boats and ships but clearly the entire globe was not inundated, there were efforts to herd animals into safer zones such as highlands but no, there was never a wooden ship meant to house a pair of each species.
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So, I guess you guys messed around looking into the future? :)

Got anything to say about that? Will there be a fourth civilization after we, most likely, will mess up...
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The future is not set, possibilities exist, free will is a factor. Precision is not possible to a degree that assures viability and what is viable cannot be disclosed.
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wow such BS, very many tards

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I find this remarkable and fascinating. Thank you so much..

I recently began researching tales of giants in the area I live, Indiana (ohio valley), can you offer any info to help my research? A new direction I can look into?

Thanks for sharing your knowledge
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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.


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Antarctica was once warm but not in 35 million years it is thought. Even if they are a bit wrong on this it is possible to get ice cores from Antarctica that date back 800,000 years setting an absolute minimum to when the Antarctic was ice free.

In other-words this aspect of your story cannot be true. I find your comments interesting though!
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Say what you want about this guy but he knows how to answer all questions so far. Props to him

Do you see our current civilization repeating the same mistakes that ended previous civilizations?
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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?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 62902620


The Carribean are not direct remnants of Atlantis rather than remnants of one of the many archipelagoes that once surrounded the landmass.

There are cultural and architectonic artifacts scatted on them but no operational or recognizable technology.
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How they look like that, we can't recognize? They did what with them? Oh thanks for your answer! Thanks
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Antarctica was once warm but not in 35 million years it is thought. Even if they are a bit wrong on this it is possible to get ice cores from Antarctica that date back 800,000 years setting an absolute minimum to when the Antarctic was ice free.

In other-words this aspect of your story cannot be true. I find your comments interesting though!
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You're probably right about the ice cores. Still a significant portion of Antarctica was ice free as recently as 52.000 years ago and hosted a hub of global civilization.

Say what you want about this guy but he knows how to answer all questions so far. Props to him

Do you see our current civilization repeating the same mistakes that ended previous civilizations?
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We do not yet have weapons that provide us with potential for total destruction like our predecesseors did, also there is no geological or spaceborne threat that can be recognized in the immidiate future.

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The flood? Noah? All the animals? True?
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To a point. The final remnant of Atlantis was approximately the size of Scotland. It's rapid submergence caused a tsunami over three thousand feet high as well as a change in golfstorm.

The result was the inundation of the coastlines as deep as a hundred miles inwards, massive floods and torrential rains that lasted for weeks in many regions of the world. The north american and european glaciers provided the required water while melting.

The Bible offers a dramatization of the actuall geological event.

Many people survived using boats and ships but clearly the entire globe was not inundated, there were efforts to herd animals into safer zones such as highlands but no, there was never a wooden ship meant to house a pair of each species.
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A tsunami caused by a rapid submergence could in theory occur - but the speed of the wave would be such that "herding animals into safer zones" would not have been possible IMHO.
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A tsunami caused by a rapid submergence could in theory occur - but the speed of the wave would be such that "herding animals into safer zones" would not have been possible IMHO.
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You misunderstood. The people and all animal life caught in the wake of the wave were destroyed of course.

People attempted saving themselves and their animals by transferring to higher grounds in response to vast regional floods and torrential rains which became a survival level issue on the plains.

A side effect of the sinking of the last remnant of Atlantis was the change in sea currents and an extremely rapid melting of the glacial sheets, the result is heavily dramatized in the Bible as 40 days and nights of rain.

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I find this remarkable and fascinating. Thank you so much..

I recently began researching tales of giants in the area I live, Indiana (ohio valley), can you offer any info to help my research? A new direction I can look into?

Thanks for sharing your knowledge
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28444350


I'm not certain what are you looking for. Save for one recovery the vast majority of biological remnants of these people come from their final period when they existed in an almost completely uncivilized state.

Any evidence of high civilization that they once constructed is innaccessible due to either being destroyed or existing in inaccessible places either due to geology or the fact that what little was found is already claimed by various authorities.

If you want to find more detailed data make an attempt to contact native american elders, preferrably Sioux. Native Americans clashed with the remnants of these peoples from the moment of their arrival to Americas. They have a rich tradition describing these conflicts.

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Broad strokes on Mu/Lemuria if you would. Also a sinking? How did this culture differ from Atlantis?

Oh, How about language?

What was the language of Atlantis and what does it closely resemble today?

Same question: Mu/Lemuria

Same question: Rama (though I suspect Sanskrit is pretty "pure" from ancient times)
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very nice answers...
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Was there ever a civilisation that was peaceful?

Thanks in advance

hf
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Thank you so much OP,fascinating.Not yet satiated,I want more! If you have the time,please,curious,not religous;what of the Adam nd Eve story,did you view any crucifixion of the one known as Jesus (Essa-Aramaic) was he born into poverty or really a Prince as I have read. Did he marry Mary Magdalene since all Rabbis were required to marry.I never bought the other story. Any other historical info on him if you have it. Thanks again.Wish we could all do this work,it would clear up A LOT of the purposeful distortions and brainwashing.
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Broad strokes on Mu/Lemuria if you would. Also a sinking?
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It's still here. It's current name is Australia. Parts of it sank but much of it remains.

It was host to earliest human cultures and civilizations. Simple and close to nature. People abandoned it almost completely when its climate shifted.
How did this culture differ from Atlantis?
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Neither Atlantis nor Lemuria had one distinct culture, they were continents that hosted multiple civilizations, often pararell to each other.
Oh, How about language?

What was the language of Atlantis and what does it closely resemble today?
 Quoting: The_Last_In_Line

There was once a universal language from which all others evolved, it remained in its form as a trade/common language but vanished after the end of the last ice age destroyed civilization and isolated the various groups.

For the past 12.300 years humanity developed and evolved different languages, there is no close descendant today that would provide a lingustic base for viable analysis.

Same question: Rama (though I suspect Sanskrit is pretty "pure" from ancient times)
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It's not. Mahabharata describes events that happened over 32.000 years ago, over such a period of time a language evolves to a point where its previous form is no longer recognizable.
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Was there ever a civilisation that was peaceful?

Thanks in advance

hf
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Yes, quite a few.
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Any info on the Neanderthal people?
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Okay, quick question:

How do you and your team calibrate your ability to see accurate results? Are there control tests that prove reliability in these matters?

This is just an "out there" question I'll throw out for you: Since Technology has come, gone and come again...are there any records left to us from antiquity that contain watchable video, audio and/or photography? Obviously the mediums would be different/incompatible but are they there to be found? I'm fascinated enough just listening to old wax cylinders that have been restored digitally so I can't imagine the chill of hearing/seeing actual sounds images from 35,000 years ago.

Also, could you comment on what it takes to do what you do? How does one recognize a latent ability to do these things and/or how to develop them?

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Thank you so much OP,fascinating.Not yet satiated,I want more! If you have the time,please,curious,not religous;what of the Adam nd Eve story,
 Quoting: ANONYMOUS COWARD 51682533

It's an allegory on when first proto-humans became self aware to a point where they were able to realise they're mortal. Once their brains became sufficiently complex their evolution began. It has no bearing on actual history from archeological standpoint.


did you view any crucifixion of the one known as Jesus (Essa-Aramaic) was he born into poverty or really a Prince as I have read. Did he marry Mary Magdalene since all Rabbis were required to marry
 Quoting: ANONYMOUS COWARD 51682533

Yes, Jesus was married, he had children, he was also in many ways a very special man.

He was not born into poverty, his parents were part of a group that's analogous to our royalty, he would have lived in significant wealth if he chose to spend his youth with his family.
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Was the sword Excalibur, myth or real.

How far did the ancient civilizations go with their medical advances.
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Any info on the Neanderthal people?
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Smarter than us but devoid of imagination. They built significant civilizations with an extreme level of social sophistication but their technological progress was extremely slow. Also their technologies were marked by an attempt to move away from mechanical and utilize natural forces and resources in ways that provided them with efficiency and achievements that at one point rivaled our own.
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OP,

Could you elaborate on contemporary physical traits as leftover evolutionary adaptions to local environments?

Examples:

Skin: We know dark skin results from high levels of pigmentation that protects from high levels of UV exposure. Eye color derives from pigmentation levels as well.

Hair: What environmental factors drove curly, straight, thick, thing?

Build: What about our build? Why do some have wide shoulders or visa versa? What drove height vs shortness?

Ideally the answer will allow someone to be able to analyze their own physical traits to determine what type of natural environment is most suitable for maximizing health (and visa versa).
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Was the sword Excalibur, myth or real.
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We never looked into it, i'm sorry.
How far did the ancient civilizations go with their medical advances.
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I'm under assumption you're asking about the very highest point during the most advanced period?

They had the possibility to prolong their natural lives to great lenghts, they also artificially enhanced their own lineages - the result of this are unnaturally long lifespans listed in the Bible.

These people were distant descendants of the elites of that high period, their longer lives were a genetic gift handed down from their ancestors who bolstered their bloodline with an artificial booster of unknown means but presumably technological in nature.
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I've already asked my share of questions but I have just one more. Did any of the past civilizations make it off the planet and become spacefaring?
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OP,

Could you elaborate on contemporary physical traits as leftover evolutionary adaptions to local environments?

Examples:

Skin: We know dark skin results from high levels of pigmentation that protects from high levels of UV exposure. Eye color derives from pigmentation levels as well.

Hair: What environmental factors drove curly, straight, thick, thing?

Build: What about our build? Why do some have wide shoulders or visa versa? What drove height vs shortness?

Ideally the answer will allow someone to be able to analyze their own physical traits to determine what type of natural environment is most suitable for maximizing health (and visa versa).
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61373691


I'm not Edgar Cayce i'm sorry. I'm not capable of providing reliable responses beyond a few chosen fields associated with history and archeology.
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