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Remote Viewing Ancient Civilizations - a compilation of data.

 
ara
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Can you tell us about the Armenians?

Where did they come from and how back does their history go back?

Why do they call themselves Hayk and their language is Indo-European?

Was the story of Ara the beautiful and Tigranes the Great accurate?

What else can you tell us about Urartu the Lost Kingdom of Van and how is it related to Armenian civilization?

thank you
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Can you give any clue on the methods to soften rocks with chemicals?

I'm sure they didn't just rub talc on it. It has to be a reaction using frequency and a specific combination of elements.

Can you also elaborate on the accuracy of the records contained in the Urantia book?
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Did you view the Buddha? Is he anything like how he is portrayed in the Theravada Tipitaka?
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Thanks to the OP for this delightful distraction from current events.

Are you a rosicrician? Thanks.

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I've enjoyed reading this thread so far hugsnkisses

My questions are

1) Do you know why a small percentage of humans today have rh negative blood?

2) How did humans get on this planet? Are we descendants of beings that came here from elsewhere?

3) You said Jesus was a special man, but not because of his genes. Can you please explain more about him?

Thank you
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Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits, rebels, the trouble makers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently.

They are not fond of rules and they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them.

But the only thing you can't do is ignore them, because they change things. They push the human race forward.

And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius.

Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do!
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Why was jesus special ???? its like youre teasing lol. can you explain what why and how ?
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Anything about the Maya? Curious about their tech and seemingly otherworldly knowledge. Also, their knowledge of the cosmos. Lastly, how did Mayan civilization finally crash?
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a bump to follow this thread. I quiet enjoy it hf
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What about all those Chinese pyramids?
 Quoting: KipKat


Elaborate.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


Age, builders, purpose, I read something about lakes of mercury?
 Quoting: KipKat


(Nice thread OP!)
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Thanks for your answer. I have read differing views of where Lemuria extended from Australia some say west some north but most seem to say off the east coast of Australia encompassing many of the pacific islands and perhaps extending all the way to Hawaii. Can you confirm this and would you expect that remnants of past civilisations such as statues, pyramids, heiroglyphs and stone arrangements that have been found would be from Lemuria or have other civililastions visted or lived on this continent?
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No meaningful artifacts have been found of Lemuria to date. The lack of high civilizations on that landmass combined with its antiquity means lack of any archeological finds of note.
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Anything about the Maya? Curious about their tech and seemingly otherworldly knowledge. Also, their knowledge of the cosmos. Lastly, how did Mayan civilization finally crash?
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The Maya did not possess any advanced technology. They were a sophisticated stone age society. From their ancient precursors they inherited mathematics and a keen interest in the stars.

The Maya civilization failed due to disease and war, consequently they suffered an economic collapse which in such a simple culture meant famine and mass starvation. This led to migrations and dilution of the centres of civilization.
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I've enjoyed reading this thread so far hugsnkisses

My questions are

1) Do you know why a small percentage of humans today have rh negative blood?
 Quoting: TouchedByAnAngel

No i don't.
2) How did humans get on this planet? Are we descendants of beings that came here from elsewhere?
 Quoting: TouchedByAnAngel

No, we evolved here.
3) You said Jesus was a special man, but not because of his genes. Can you please explain more about him?

Thank you
 Quoting: TouchedByAnAngel


Jesus was the first man in a very long time to understand the mechanics of creation, life and more. He attempted to share that knowledge with the masses.
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I'm going to repost this... I think humans made a leap from Mars to Earth...and that Mars got destroyed by something a long time ago. What's your take on that?
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They did not. By the time human civilization first traveled beyond earth Mars was a dead planet, presumably for a very long time.

All human races evolved on earth. They helped each other, they were also helped by contemporary pre-human civilizations when they did not compete with them.
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Can you tell us about the Armenians?
 Quoting: ara 64626860

A people who rose some 1400 B.C and established a series of realms near the borders of today Turkey and Iran.
Where did they come from and how back does their history go back?
 Quoting: ara 64626860

As an ethnicity approx. 1400-1500 B.C

What else can you tell us about Urartu the Lost Kingdom of Van and how is it related to Armenian civilization?

thank you
 Quoting: ara 64626860


Urartu and Van are the same thing, they were the hub of ancient armenian activity which at the time was mostly military in nature. Urartu is in fact the bibilical kingdom of Ararat
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Great thread! I have some questions if I may:

1) Who were the people who built and inhabited Teotihuacan? Why did they abandon the city?

2) Who built Machu Picchu and for what purpose?

3) Did the ancient Mexicans and South Americans who built these places use the same levitation technology as the Egyptians used for the pyramids?

4) How did the peoples of 32,000 years ago destroy each other (I know war, but do you have more details)? Are there any remains, physical or cultural, of their civilisations?

5) Has the solar system undergone any changes during the period of your viewing or are the planets still in the same orbits now as they were 150,000-200,000 years ago?
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Can you give any examples of any of the advanced technologies? Eg, vehicles, medicine, other cool stuff?
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You would have to name a period. During the second high period of civilization solar power, magnetic propulsion, artificially grown crystalline hardware were commonplace.

One major difference was that most energy was renewable and what consummable fuel existed was significantly more efficient than ours.

Among the artifacts from the final high period of civilization there is a prelavence of devices and appliances that have few moving parts or lack them alltogether deaspite their technological nature.

During the later iterations of civilization much technology was lost but the appliances to carve and transport stone were retained due to simple means required.
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Great thread! I have some questions if I may:

1) Who were the people who built and inhabited Teotihuacan? Why did they abandon the city?
 Quoting: Bluefool 55542147

A precursor to the Toltec civilization. Stone age in technology but with a large population and a significant level of social organization.

It was built some 1600 years ago.

2) Who built Machu Picchu and for what purpose?
 Quoting: Bluefool 55542147

The Incas around 1450. It was built for the priests and elites who worshipped a much older site in the vicinity. Later it was used as a safe haven during the spanish conquest.
3) Did the ancient Mexicans and South Americans who built these places use the same levitation technology as the Egyptians used for the pyramids?
 Quoting: Bluefool 55542147

No, both cities you listed have been built within the last 1600 and 500 years using fairly primivite methods.
4) How did the peoples of 32,000 years ago destroy each other (I know war, but do you have more details)? Are there any remains, physical or cultural, of their civilisations?
 Quoting: Bluefool 55542147

They used weapons of mass destruction, kinetic and energy in nature, they destabilised the geology of the planet and poisoned the ecosystem for a long period of time, the loss of life and infrastructure was such that survivors reverted to stone age levels.

Yes there are artifacts left over from that period.
5) Has the solar system undergone any changes during the period of your viewing or are the planets still in the same orbits now as they were 150,000-200,000 years ago?
 Quoting: Bluefool 55542147


No major changes.

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Did the second high society ride the tides of the first high society to develop, or did the second society primarily develop on its own?

What were the final moments of the second society like? What circumstances led to its demise?

Do you know which modern ethnic groups have the most genetic similarities to groups of previous high societies?
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Did the second high society ride the tides of the first high society to develop, or did the second society primarily develop on its own?

What were the final moments of the second society like? What circumstances led to its demise?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39073058

There was a continuity of human history for the past 150.000 years. The total loss of knowledge happened only recently during the end of the last ice age.

The last high civilization ended with a global war. The direct remnant of that war is evident in large radioactive sand deposits all over the world.

Do you know which modern ethnic groups have the most genetic similarities to groups of previous high societies?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39073058


We all do. We're all descended from some of the people of that period.
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Can we get a pin. This is reality , this man cannot fake these answers. They are a work of someone who has the knowlege.
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Do you know for what reason the global war erupted during the second civilization? Can you give any details on some major players in that war?

And do you know the peaks of global population for the first and second high civilizations?
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Thanks for your answers. Could I ask a follow up to:

4) How did the peoples of 32,000 years ago destroy each other (I know war, but do you have more details)? Are there any remains, physical or cultural, of their civilisations?
 Quoting: Bluefool 55542147

They used weapons of mass destruction, kinetic and energy in nature, they destabilised the geology of the planet and poisoned the ecosystem for a long period of time, the loss of life and infrastructure was such that survivors reverted to stone age levels.

Yes there are artifacts left over from that period.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


What was the cause of the war (resources, ideological differences, etc.)?

Was it conflict between nation states similar to what we would understand them as today, different humanoid species,a civil war between a single global social entity or other?

Could you outline the different factions? Was the entire world involved or just certain parts?

What was plant life and animal life like in the civilisation back before the war 32,000 years ago? What kinds of food did people eat? How did these people refer to themselves?

cheers
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Do you know for what reason the global war erupted during the second civilization? Can you give any details on some major players in that war?
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One side believed in an enslavement of all minor human species to use them as tools. The other did not. Both sides consisted of major nations and minor allies with imperial ambitions.

The desitre to dominate led to conflict. The inability to break the stalemate led to the use of weapons of mass destruction and a mutually assured destruction scenario.

The participants on one side were people from the land mass in centre of Atlantic along its ridge now submerged, their allies who lived on the plains of western Europe around british isles - today flooded, people who lived on and around Cuba and in the Americas.

On the other side were the nations and states that inhabited areas of today's Indo-China including the portions of land now submerged, large part of Africa and mediterrenean as well as parts of today's Black Sea coast.

All belligerents were wiped out, on both sides.
And do you know the peaks of global population for the first and second high civilizations?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39073058

The highest total never exceeded half a bilion individuals globally for all the species.

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Hey op, fascinating thread... few questions if I may.

1) You speak of jesus having an understanding....does this then roll into remote viewing etc, knowledge providing "abilites" based on the universal math? ie - egyptians having perfected divination.

2) With the rise and fall of empire after empire....it would seem ours is destined to be a myth for people a thousand years from now...my question being, was there growth or "point", or simple biology birthing and dying...?

Thanks for a interesting read, excuse my questions. History is fascinating...but without the philosophy its just so many dried bones
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Hey op, fascinating thread... few questions if I may.

1) You speak of jesus having an understanding....does this then roll into remote viewing etc, knowledge providing "abilites" based on the universal math? ie - egyptians having perfected divination.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47939715


What you refer to as abilities are a side effect of understanding. The process of understanding involves mental disciplines that transform a person untill his point of reference to reality allows him to step out of it in a manner. Egyptians did not possess divination. Their precursors did. It was different in that it was hard science based on mathematics and physical media while Jesus thought how to blend various elements that compose a person into greater understanding.

2) With the rise and fall of empire after empire....it would seem ours is destined to be a myth for people a thousand years from now...my question being, was there growth or "point", or simple biology birthing and dying...?
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I do not understand the question, please elaborate.
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Is it possible for you to go more in depth on how previous civilizations extended their lifespan? Did this entail other personal modifications, such as improved extrasensory skills and such?

Can you describe the race(s) of the humans that thought they were superior to others at the end of the second civilization? For instance, is there a modern race that bears similarities to them or is even a direct descendent of them?

Has there been a positive progression or negative progression in terms of human evolution? Are we continuing to devolve or do we have advantages over the previous iterations?


Thank you very much, OP.
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Is it possible for you to go more in depth on how previous civilizations extended their lifespan? Did this entail other personal modifications, such as improved extrasensory skills and such?
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Genetic modification that prolonged the aging process and cell regeneration devices.
Can you describe the race(s) of the humans that thought they were superior to others at the end of the second civilization? For instance, is there a modern race that bears similarities to them or is even a direct descendent of them?
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We all have some percentage of genes from many of precursor races or even species. There was no direct analogy to the old civilizations in our history.

The people who lived in what is called Atlantis believed in their supremacy as the premiere technological power of that old period.
Has there been a positive progression or negative progression in terms of human evolution? Are we continuing to devolve or do we have advantages over the previous iterations?


Thank you very much, OP.
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We live shorter lives, our health and overall physical attributes are much poorer, we're also not as smart but we're restless and we have an extreme birthrate.

Human race while much less refined than it was evolved into what might be called a survivor.
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Were awakenings such as that of Jesus more common during previous societies (as you mentioned, him being the first person in a long time to rediscover certain functions of creation)?

Are the Annunaki of Sumerian legacy simply humans with access to ancient technologies? And are the various modern legacies of ancient catastrophic war fragmented memories of the fall of the second civilization?

Is there a notable influence that the fallen second civilization has over our modern society? Such as its technologies or knowledge, etc

What happened to the region of Africa that is known as the Sahara? Was it always so barren?
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What can you tell me about the builders/civilization of the great white pyramid in China? If you can't answer please say so!

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Hey op, fascinating thread... few questions if I may.

1) You speak of jesus having an understanding....does this then roll into remote viewing etc, knowledge providing "abilites" based on the universal math? ie - egyptians having perfected divination.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47939715


What you refer to as abilities are a side effect of understanding. The process of understanding involves mental disciplines that transform a person untill his point of reference to reality allows him to step out of it in a manner. Egyptians did not possess divination. Their precursors did. It was different in that it was hard science based on mathematics and physical media while Jesus thought how to blend various elements that compose a person into greater understanding.

2) With the rise and fall of empire after empire....it would seem ours is destined to be a myth for people a thousand years from now...my question being, was there growth or "point", or simple biology birthing and dying...?
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I do not understand the question, please elaborate.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


Thanks for the reply...

Your descrption for 1....thank you.

The 2nd....hhmmm... in trying to rephrase becomes heavily spiritual... not a topic of your liking...

If I may continue -
Have there been others of Jesus type in history?

Was this a self understanding, or mention of the "mystic" schools of the time?

I guess most pertinent...did any such "real tradition" exist, or continue to exist