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Remote viewing ancient civilizations - a compilation of data

 
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Death Valley California:

The Paiute's tell a story of an ancient culture that inhabited the area called the Hav-masuvs. Apparently, this ancient culture came into the area by boats with oars, when the area was largely an inland sea and they took up residence under the Panamint mountain range. The story tells of these Hav-masuvs, as the ages pass, developing "Flying Canoes".

1) was there a such an ancient culture and if so, when?

2) they were described as having olive colored skin, wearing fine robes draped over on shoulder - Were these ancient Greeks?

3) did they, in their isolation, advance to a level where they achieved flight and eventually spaceflight?

4) is there evidence of this culture still there?

Thank you in advance.
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Are there pyramids in Thermopolis, Wyoming and if so, who built them?
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i stoned that false prophet with stones like the bible says now he is no more.
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how long ago is was the deluge? and a possible year reference Book of Enoch- Days of Jared?
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12.300 to 12.500 years ago, the chronicles of various developed nations stop in various dates of these two centuries but even before the Younger Dryas were ending violently so the exact date is difficult to pinpoint.
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Alterwelt ,
You can point to some sources on such dates?
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how long ago is was the deluge? and a possible year reference Book of Enoch- Days of Jared?
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12.300 to 12.500 years ago, the chronicles of various developed nations stop in various dates of these two centuries but even before the Younger Dryas were ending violently so the exact date is difficult to pinpoint.
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Alterwelt ,
You can point to some sources on such dates?
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Alterwelt,

Do you know Who made these Spirals in the salt flats of the Kalahari Desert in Southern Africa near “Verneukpan? When were they made? and Why were they made? Thanks!

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"Is this the lost city of the Kalahari?

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Read more: Mysterious Spiral Marks Found in Kalahari Desert ? | THE COSMOS NEWS
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I'm so thrilled you're back! I kept checking back week after week to no avail.

Death Valley California:

The Paiute's tell a story of an ancient culture that inhabited the area called the Hav-masuvs. Apparently, this ancient culture came into the area by boats with oars, when the area was largely an inland sea and they took up residence under the Panamint mountain range. The story tells of these Hav-masuvs, as the ages pass, developing "Flying Canoes".

1) was there a such an ancient culture and if so, when?

2) they were described as having olive colored skin, wearing fine robes draped over one shoulder - Were these ancient Greeks, Atlanteans, ???

3) did they, in their isolation, advance to a level where they achieved flight and eventually spaceflight?

4) is there evidence of this culture still there? I live closeby and am ready to start looking...if you feed my curiosity.

Thank you in advance.
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Can you tell us anything interesting about early humans, the different species of humans at the time and why our species survived but other humans did not. Oh, and did humans really originate in Africa?
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Dear OP

can u pls tell what happened to lemuria, Atlantis,shiva the alien king of kings, siddhars of south east Asia, Jesus if he really went to Tibet, Tamils, who are yazzidis, how did Egyptians move rocks, did malayalis really architected pyramids

Thanks in advance
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Alterwelt,

Near eNtokozweni South Africa (not far from Belfast and Carolina) are stone structures which are 100 to 300 meters across. They manytimes do not have doors or openings and are connected by road like structures.

Do you know Who made these structures, When they were made, and for What purpose or purposes?


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Alterwelt,

In Bull Creek near Austin, TX. There are what appear to be wagon tracts in limestone bed rock. It was assumed they are from the 1800s but there are no hoof marks from draft animals, etc.

Are these similar to what is found on Malta and in Turkey and from the same timeline?

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What caused these tracks in Texas?

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Malta

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Turkey

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Come back OP.
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Come back OP.
Waiting for more of your incredibly bad roleplaying.
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Fixed.
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Come back OP.
Waiting for more of your incredibly bad roleplaying.
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Fixed.
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Thanks for the fix
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Alterwelt, what is the deal with the Mandela Effect? Why are so many of us experiencing these reality shifts?
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Alterwelt, what is the deal with the Mandela Effect? Why are so many of us experiencing these reality shifts?
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Good question!
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Courtney Brown and his Farsight Institute are lready doing this. They are great at it.
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Did my father commit suicide or was it an accident?
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1) Where and when was first developed the practice of fasting?
 Quoting: El Antediluviano

It's an old tradition without any recognisable beginning.
3) Was asphalt used during the 1st, 2nd and pre-deluge civilizations?
3b) If so, what for?
 Quoting: El Antediluviano

The earliest example of Asphalt is an african road almost 120.000 years ago.
4a) What is truth behind the myth of the Roman empire founders Romulus and Remus?
4b) Where did they came from?
4c) Did their ancestor came from Troja as some academics claim?
 Quoting: El Antediluviano


In general the proto-Romans came from the general area of Troy, Remus and Romulus were fed by a she-wolf but found and raised by local nobility, later they ruled as a duomvirate but entered a dispute that turned bloody.
 Quoting: El Antediluviano


a nice it is to see you back...
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Any information on Ayer's rock and what it is?

In terms of artefacts, are there any objects that are presented to be not very old but are in fact evidence of one of the previous large scale technological civilisations?

What about their actual level of technology, would we even be able to recognise it as technology, or is it too advanced?

Also, what period of history is the old testament set, is it predeluge or post? and how much of it is mistranslated? In addition, was it known that Jesus Christ would come?

Any bonus information would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for coming back again, Alterwelt. Your threads have been a great source of internal debate for me, and I feel intuitively that you are nearing the truth on a lot of subjects dealt with previously.
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What are some separate nations in the Atlantean colonies? Are the greeks related to them?
Did the library at Alexandria contain knowledge and texts from previous civs? Why was it destroyed?
How far are we away from information like this being publicly available? Is there a way that humans can manipulate their magnetic field and alter reality, if so, is this what Jesus did to do his 'miracles'? (I understand that 'miracles' to describe them is in fact wrong and they are just natural laws unknown that he exploited)
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Hey! I Never got an answer to my question!

I want my Father's death remote viewed.

FUCKIN' BUMP!
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Alterwelt you should have an SCHEDULE to answer the questions of this thread... people get tired of waiting almost 2 weeks with no response at all.

Anayway, thanks.
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Did Egypt have glass pyramids?
Was it a library in those pyramids?
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Is the ghost paranormal exclusive to earth? Was the phenomenon always here? What is the link between the UFO world and paranormal world.
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I just wanted to say thank you, i am very grateful to you, you gave me answers i wanted to know since the day i started reading encyclopedias as a 5 year old boy, i was wondering could i ever find all those answers, now i know, and thank you again to yourself and every single person involved in the gathering of this information, i wonder how long it will take until people here and everywhere else on earth actually realize that this is for real, and that this is true. Thank you again, you are my new hero now! This is simply incredible, amazing, i mean, here are answers i only thought i might get once after i pass on, but here they are, for free nonetheless, thank you with all my heart.
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Alterwelt you should have an SCHEDULE to answer the questions of this thread... people get tired of waiting almost 2 weeks with no response at all.

Anayway, thanks.
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Relax. He needs time to make up his bullshit.





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