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Remote Viewing Ancient Civilizations - a compilation of data.

 
Alterwelt  (OP)

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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)?
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At one point such knowledge was common, perhaps not at the level he represented.


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?

The Annunaki are the invention of Zacharias Sitchin. The man was a fraud.


Is there a notable influence that the fallen second civilization has over our modern society? Such as its technologies or knowledge, etc
Yes, atomics, scramjets, magnetic rail technology, crystalline parts of our computers are all reverse engineered from the artifacts found at one point or the other. Presumably there's more.
What happened to the region of Africa that is known as the Sahara? Was it always so barren?
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Sahara was a fertile savanna as late as 11.000 years ago. Prior to the end of an ice age it was a heavily forested region. The original saharan desert was barely a tenth of what it is today. It enlarged after the climate shifted.
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OP here's a suggestion to get accurate data.

Use blind targets, and have multiple viewers get their "impressions" from the same blind targets.

1) By doing this, you don't get "impressions" based off of previous knowledge.

2) If multiple viewers are getting different "impressions" from the same blind target, more than likely their "impressions" are merely their own imaginations.

Is your method like this?

For example, if I said, what's your impression of Atlantis, more than likely since I already said "Atlantis" you already have preconceived ideas based on previous knowledge and research.

Therefore you want to use blind targets.

And of course if the viewers are all getting different impressions from the same blind target, it's more than likely their own imagination.
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If I may continue -
Have there been others of Jesus type in history?
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Yes, multiple.

I guess most pertinent...did any such "real tradition" exist, or continue to exist
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Large parts of it exist in some places but in its entirety its not present anywhere in the world at this point in our history.
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OP here's a suggestion to get accurate data.

Use blind targets, and have multiple viewers get their "impressions" from the same blind targets.

1) By doing this, you don't get "impressions" based off of previous knowledge.

2) If multiple viewers are getting different "impressions" from the same blind target, more than likely their "impressions" are merely their own imaginations.

Is your method like this?

For example, if I said, what's your impression of Atlantis, more than likely since I already said "Atlantis" you already have preconceived ideas based on previous knowledge and research.

Therefore you want to use blind targets.

And of course if the viewers are all getting different impressions from the same blind target, it's more than likely their own imagination.
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There are no impressions. As stated the methods for obtaining knowledge are not precisely remote viewing. The term was used because you're comfortable with it. I will not at any point elaborate, i'm sorry.

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OP here's a suggestion to get accurate data.

Use blind targets, and have multiple viewers get their "impressions" from the same blind targets.

1) By doing this, you don't get "impressions" based off of previous knowledge.

2) If multiple viewers are getting different "impressions" from the same blind target, more than likely their "impressions" are merely their own imaginations.

Is your method like this?

For example, if I said, what's your impression of Atlantis, more than likely since I already said "Atlantis" you already have preconceived ideas based on previous knowledge and research.

Therefore you want to use blind targets.

And of course if the viewers are all getting different impressions from the same blind target, it's more than likely their own imagination.
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There are no impressions. As stated the methods for obtaining knowledge are not precisely remote viewing. Thhe term was used because you're comfortable with it. I will not at any point elaborate, i'm sorry.
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If you're not using that method, but I'm sorry, more than likely the information is nothing more than your imagination.
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Did you view the moon landings? What really happened and what was the real goal? Did the moon missions really stop or are they done out of the public eye now?
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OP here's a suggestion to get accurate data.

Use blind targets, and have multiple viewers get their "impressions" from the same blind targets.

1) By doing this, you don't get "impressions" based off of previous knowledge.

2) If multiple viewers are getting different "impressions" from the same blind target, more than likely their "impressions" are merely their own imaginations.

Is your method like this?

For example, if I said, what's your impression of Atlantis, more than likely since I already said "Atlantis" you already have preconceived ideas based on previous knowledge and research.

Therefore you want to use blind targets.

And of course if the viewers are all getting different impressions from the same blind target, it's more than likely their own imagination.
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There are no impressions. As stated the methods for obtaining knowledge are not precisely remote viewing. Thhe term was used because you're comfortable with it. I will not at any point elaborate, i'm sorry.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


If you're not using that method, but I'm sorry, more than likely the information is nothing more than your imagination.
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whatever it is, the answers are reasonable imho.
"He who people call a fool is not a fool, but he who takes flattery for Truth, is."
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If I may continue -
Have there been others of Jesus type in history?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47939715

Yes, multiple.

I guess most pertinent...did any such "real tradition" exist, or continue to exist
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47939715


Large parts of it exist in some places but in its entirety its not present anywhere in the world at this point in our history.
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Well said...

thanks for the replies, hope to run into ya some time
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OP here's a suggestion to get accurate data.

Use blind targets, and have multiple viewers get their "impressions" from the same blind targets.

1) By doing this, you don't get "impressions" based off of previous knowledge.

2) If multiple viewers are getting different "impressions" from the same blind target, more than likely their "impressions" are merely their own imaginations.

Is your method like this?

For example, if I said, what's your impression of Atlantis, more than likely since I already said "Atlantis" you already have preconceived ideas based on previous knowledge and research.

Therefore you want to use blind targets.

And of course if the viewers are all getting different impressions from the same blind target, it's more than likely their own imagination.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 56819692

There are no impressions. As stated the methods for obtaining knowledge are not precisely remote viewing. Thhe term was used because you're comfortable with it. I will not at any point elaborate, i'm sorry.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


If you're not using that method, but I'm sorry, more than likely the information is nothing more than your imagination.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 56819692


whatever it is, the answers are reasonable imho.
 Quoting: °Lucy°


It's really nothing new though. For example, he stated the pyramids were build around 10 to 12 thousand bc. That's fairly common knowledge, if you've already studied Cayce.

So he's basically presenting old research, mixed with his own biased personal beliefs.
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How does spiritual alchemy/kundalini relate to the "true" tradition, if you may elaborate? Is the Philosopher's Stone merely an allegory or something more?

How long did the first civilization last? Were they larger because of previous, better conditions for life on earth?
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Did you view the moon landings? What really happened and what was the real goal? Did the moon missions really stop or are they done out of the public eye now?
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They stopped. The race to the moon started after the various goverments realised that it's the last repository of functional technology from previous periods.

They're no longer allowed to land on the moon, also more caches of usable artifacts have been discovered on earth making it cheaper to appropriate them here.
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75,000 years ago did earth have a solar system wide civilisation that ended in a devastating war?
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Is the Philosopher's Stone merely an allegory or something more?
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It was a medical device that survived into roman times and late medieval. It healed the body. It did not allow for tansformation of matter though. That part was added later as dramatic license by unknown sources.
How long did the first civilization last? Were they larger because of previous, better conditions for life on earth?
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Almost a hundred thousand years. The ozone layer was much thicker letting less radiation in. This resulted in overall larger size of animal life, longer lifespans and healthier bodies.

These people were also the first iteration of mankind, not yet damaged by genetic modification, harsh climate and aided by advanced technology, all of this provided them with a much higher quality of life and physical endurance.

75,000 years ago did earth have a solar system wide civilisation that ended in a devastating war?
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No, our civilization was always centered on earth.

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Did you view the moon landings? What really happened and what was the real goal? Did the moon missions really stop or are they done out of the public eye now?
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They stopped. The race to the moon started after the various goverments realised that it's the last repository of functional technology from previous periods.

They're no longer allowed to land on the moon, also more caches of usable artifacts have been discovered on earth making it cheaper to appropriate them here.
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They're no longer allowed? Why not? And who has power to tell governments what to do? Thanks for answering
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They're no longer allowed? Why not? And who has power to tell governments what to do? Thanks for answering
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There's examples of technology still present and functioning on the moon that if brought to earth might prove to be a global threat, everyone realised it's not safe to continue, nobody wished for an extinction level event.
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What are your benefactors hoping to find with your research? Or are you blindly working for them?
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Has anything you've discovered deeply feared or disturbed you?
What were they?

What's the best kept secret ever?

Can you view into other galaxies? What's going on throughout space?

Is death really the end?

Thank you
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Did you view the moon landings? What really happened and what was the real goal? Did the moon missions really stop or are they done out of the public eye now?
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They stopped. The race to the moon started after the various goverments realised that it's the last repository of functional technology from previous periods.

They're no longer allowed to land on the moon, also more caches of usable artifacts have been discovered on earth making it cheaper to appropriate them here.
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Where were/are these caches located?
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There are no impressions. As stated the methods for obtaining knowledge are not precisely remote viewing. Thhe term was used because you're comfortable with it. I will not at any point elaborate, i'm sorry.
 Quoting: Alterwelt


If you're not using that method, but I'm sorry, more than likely the information is nothing more than your imagination.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 56819692


whatever it is, the answers are reasonable imho.
 Quoting: °Lucy°


It's really nothing new though. For example, he stated the pyramids were build around 10 to 12 thousand bc. That's fairly common knowledge, if you've already studied Cayce.

So he's basically presenting old research, mixed with his own biased personal beliefs.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 56819692


Maybe so, maybe not. Most people have biased personal beliefs and disregarding anything which might not fit into their world of beliefs.

As I said, the answers are reasonable and some of them are not at all what some people would like to hear as they don't fit a particularly belief system.
They couldn't have been obtained with "remote viewing" in a "classical" sense. So, however they are obtained, imagined, mixed or whatever, still worth thinking about :)
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Almost a hundred thousand years. The ozone layer was much thicker letting less radiation in. This resulted in overall larger size of animal life, longer lifespans and healthier bodies.
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No large permanent colonies built on the other inner planets or dwarf planets in 100,000 years? Or a way discovered to travel to other stars? Slightly off topic but if that's true it makes it seem like the simulation theory for our universe is true since that technology is only 50-200 years away for us. That or something kept them from leaving.
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Where were/are these caches located?
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All facilities are located in the northern edge of Sea of Tranquility and within the surrounding mountains.

There exist at least one large scale facility and dozens smaller ones. All of them have been mapped and photographed, only one was actually accessed.
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I swear when I went to bed this thread had at least thirteen pages. 1dunno1

@OP: What was the preffered choice of public transit in the other two technology advanced civilisations. We hava cars and they had what? Cause I'm sure they didnt trvel around with oxe carts?

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Where were/are these caches located?
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All facilities are located in the northern edge of Sea of Tranquility and within the surrounding mountains.

There exist at least one large scale facility and dozens smaller ones. All of them have been mapped and photographed, only one was actually accessed.
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No, you said they were on earth. Where on earth are these caches?
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No large permanent colonies built on the other inner planets or dwarf planets in 100,000 years? Or a way discovered to travel to other stars? Slightly off topic but if that's true it makes it seem like the simulation theory for our universe is true since that technology is only 50-200 years away for us. That or something kept them from leaving.
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There were large facilities on the Moon and Mars but these were industrial or scientific in nature. No colonies or settlements.

It took these people a long time to develop to a point where they travelled beyond earth, also they were less curious than we are due to having media or research and observation over interstellar distances without the need to be physically present.

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No, you said they were on earth. Where on earth are these caches?
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South America, subterrenean shelters in the Andes, repositories in Giza, ruins in Bolivia, remains of defensive installations and settlements in Syberia, some abandoned cities buried in the Gobi desert, drowned regions in the Bahamas, under Paris, in Italy, in underground facilities of today's India and Pakistan, in multiple chinese mountain ranges and more.
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Did any previous civilization explore Venus or Mars to see if there had been life on them at some point in time? i.e. fossils
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Did any previous civilization explore Venus or Mars to see if there had been life on them at some point in time? i.e. fossils
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I have no knowledge of that.
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Do you know approximately many humanoids survived the collapse of the first civilization? What about the collapse of the second civilization? And do you know if ancient technologies influenced any wars in the past several hundred years?

Thank you.
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OP have you looked into the afterlife, reincarnation, God, heaven, and hell?
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No large permanent colonies built on the other inner planets or dwarf planets in 100,000 years? Or a way discovered to travel to other stars? Slightly off topic but if that's true it makes it seem like the simulation theory for our universe is true since that technology is only 50-200 years away for us. That or something kept them from leaving.
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There were large facilities on the Moon and Mars but these were industrial or scientific in nature. No colonies or settlements.

It took these people a long time to develop to a point where they travelled beyond earth, also they were less curious than we are due to having media or research and observation over interstellar distances without the need to be physically present.
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Did they see anything in the interstellar distance that was surprising or disturbing? Any signs of life in other solar systems that was deduced or observed?