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Remote viewing ancient civilizations - a compilation of data

 
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Dear Alterwelt, in hope you come back I will leave my questions to see if you can tell us something about it.

1. I doubt the original use for Runes was "alphabetic" in the sense of writing lingustic texts. Do you know what they were used for, something technical or psycho-technical, maybe?

2. I tried to reseach the origins of the Goths, but it's difficult due too so many scholars being unreliable, even in terms of etymological reliablity. I reckon they are at least culturally connected to the sumerian legacy.. as these tribes have been recorded as Teuta-Gates, i.e. the Teutons and Goths, though genetically they seem to be part of the only y-DNA haplogroup that developed in Europe, around Ukraine/Turkey black Sea region.

3. I am asking because my own research gives me the impression that the Judaic Tree of Life (Kabbalah) and the Goths (nordic) Yggdrasil have many similarities. Are these two ancient teachings connected?

4. Has the current war in Ukraine something to do with the rumors of an ancient civilisation in Ukraine, some underground pyramids and artefacts found on Crimea and elsewhere?

5. Is there an atlantian base with "alien technology" in Antarctica buried under the ice? is the ice really "millions of years old" as some scientists (climatologists) say, or is it possible that the freezing of that continent was a rather recent and sudden cataclysm?


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Any comment on Helena Petrovna Blavatsky's secret doctrine? Her descriptions of Atlantis are quite different than yours. A few major differences:

1. Atlantean has no abstract thinking ability, so its understanding of technology is quite different. They do have psychic powers, so that they develop airships, but it is based on will power, not magnetic as you mentioned.

2. The first sub race of Atlantean migrated from west Africa 4 million years ago to Atlantis, not 100,000 years ago. They were 10-12 feet tall, which agrees with your description.

3. Atlantis had 4 major catastrophes. It was split into two major parts during the first one 800,000 years ago. The submerge of Poseidonis happened on 9,654 BC, not 12,500 years ago.

4. The modern white race migrated from the Gobi Sea,but you mentioned the yellow Mongols were originated from Gobi Sea.
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Ok a few questions from me:

1.What did the Atlanteans from 32.000 years ago call themselves, there were many different nations? I suppose somewhat like what the western civilization is today?

2. What did the people from the asian part who were at war with "atlantis" call themselves, they were many different nations also?

3. 32.000 years ago and the global war, which side was more advanced, technologically? And how was the asian part of the civilization destroyed by atlantis? Are there any remains of cities or structures that can be found, and where?

4.So the atlanteans thought themselves superior to everyone else and wanted to control the world? How much different were they from let us say nazi germany or present day United States?

5. The atlanteans 32.000 years ago looked like the Taino people from Puerto Rico, or were there many different ethnicities? Or were they a mix between caucasian and native american?

Thank you for your time.
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1) How many feets have the sea levels raised from the end of the Younger Dryas to this day?

2) Did the romans left any kind of settlements during their voyages to the americas? Where exactly?

3) It's still possible to find remains of human or pre-human settlements from the 1st, 2nd and pre-diluvian eras in the Guyanas and Surinam?
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Hello hello there Alterwelt!
Hope You are having a nice warm, medium dry summer in what ever country You reside. It sure makes digging up those thousands of years old relics easier. And of course, to just enjoy this world :)

Now onward....
I hope You will one day return to this forum and respond to some of the questions. If You don't then it's also ok, because this is a hopeless case and I would totally not ever come back if I were You........But maybe....

I'm going to ask a bunch of Ancient Greece-related questions.

1. Were Midas, Areyastis and Baksdyis Monument in Turkey? somehow related to the "stargate" in Peru?

2. The Amazons? Were they real? Where did they live?

3. Greek gods were named after preexisting historical figures.
Who were Athena and Hephaistos? What were their real names? Who were they and what important did they do?

4.Is it possible that somebody in India somehow got hold of the dead body of Alexander the Great and handed it down for generations and now it's mummified remains are in one's backyard in a little shrine that not many know of?

5. Also is/was his battle gear with him or gone forever?

6. Did he really tame Bucephalus?

7. What's the real deal between Alexander and Hephaestion?

8. Was Alexander's mother just another princess with a strong and resilient personality or did she know some good stuff like some universal secrets or something?

Thank You.
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i know you stated the earth is not hollow and that any misinterpretation of it was due to the vast underground networks witnessed first hand by tale tellers, is there any truth to olaf jansens story, keeping in mind it rather takes place in an underground bunker rather than a "hollow earth", with its tales of singing giants, monorails, and the rest?

second question, any significance to house cats, specifically, in the past were they engirneered in any way for the benefit of "helping" humans, like, their pur holds a calming frequency, or their overall nature and "aura", for lack of a better word, create peace and a better emotional/physical living standard when intune with a companion/owner/master/etc.

are bugs nanomachines (once again, for lack of a beter word) created in the ancient past for specific purposes, that have currently gone wild/simply repeating their intended cycles as created/fully automated. is their anything currently in "nature" that is this type of being/thing/machine which we mistake as "natural" that we observe, or can observe, on the regular, that exist.
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Hi! I really am not sure if all this is real or absolutely bullshit, but I will ask regardless because nobody will know for sure at the end of the day.

1. Did global cosmopolitan empires manifest before modern humans came to dominate the Earth? If so, who, or what were they known as, and where did they originate from? Where was their capital/homeland if they had one? (Like Latium/Roma was for the Roman Empire, and their debated Trojan origin myth)

2. Were there, throughout the history of civilizations that occupied the Earth as far as we can remember, attempts to modify and conquer/mold our own nature by cracking the language of DNA? If so, were there political elitist ideologies based on genetics that ever manifested long ago?

3. Who were the "Sea Peoples" that terrorized the Mediterranean and the Anatolian areas at around 1200 BC? They are famously mentioned in several primary sources dating back to the rule of Ramesses II. Did they have anything to do with the "Dorians" who are believed to have swept down from north of the Balkans and took over most of western Greece/were the ancestors of the Spartans?

4. I apologize if this was asked already, but simply put, how were the Minoans/builders of the Knossos related to the Mycenean Greeks, if at all? Was the whole Myth about the Minotaur and King Minos a symbolic re-telling of Mycenean independence from imperial rule by the Minoans of Crete? And why were they so advanced architects?

5. What are the purpose of pyramids - specifically the ones that seem to be of extremely sophisticated design and more importantly, placement relative to the Earth itself like the Pyramid of Giza? What's really underneath them or were intended to be inside them by their original creators?

6. Were native inhabitants of Earth ever voluntarily involved in conflicts, trade, diplomatic affairs outside Earth with other civilizations - Alien or otherwise? Was Earth ever "invaded" or occupied by a foreign civilization, and if so, what were the motives? (Economic, strategic, or something outside human comprehension?)

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Hi again!

1. Recent discoveries in Ireland show that pre-celtic peoples living in Ireland (and the peoples we assume were the builders of the stonehenge and other astronomical/ritual sites like the Newgrange Fairy Mounds) share a lot of the DNA found in the Pontic Steppes off the coast of the Black sea or even in the westernmost tips of the Eurasian steppes, which has a vast array of suggestions. With these bodies being nearly 5000 years old, I can't help but ask, did geographically Pontic peoples from Neolithic and early Bronze age really travel through the southern mediterranean, perhaps crossing sardinia and southern hispania, and made it to Ireland?

2. Where does the gene for reddish hair, or what pop culture has described as "Celtic" hair originate from?
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I've read some of your previous replies and am a bit confused.

You said Atlantis and Lemuria shared a parallel, cosmopolitan development as civilizations, yet on Lemuria (Austrailia) little remains due to lack of a technological civilization as you said. So Lemuria hosted a non-technological civilization that was cosmopolitan and perhaps advanced only in terms of social organization and cultural progress?

Also, you said teotihuacan and the Egyptian pyramids were built within the last 1600 years with inherited masonry that survived from previous civilizations only due to its simplicity and ease of application. So no anti-gravitation or advanced construction of any kind for them. How about the main pyramid of Giza though? You also said that it was originally built by peoples who had mastered looking into the future as a learned science and thus attempted to avoid the coming cataclysm via various means, among them being the construction of relics meant to outlast disaster like the main pyramid of Giza.

To clarify, is this true? Was the original pyramid of Giza built by a much earlier civilization while the other smaller ones were mere replicas attempted by less developed civilizations that came afterward, and did they use the same simple masonry that was used for Teotihuacan?

I'm just very confused by some seemingly inconsistent replies you've given.
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I am also confused about the last advanced civilization. In some replies you consistently say that the first and original Atlantean civilization of pure, refined proto-humans lived in a post-scarcity utopia around 32,000 years ago, and that after the meteor that wiped most of them out despite attempts to blow it up, about 3% remained. It survived to a second resurgence of civilization, which was around 13,000 - 12000 years ago before several natural disasters and wars coincided, and reduced Atlantis and the rest of the world via deluges. And what remained of Atlantis itself was the size of Scotland, only to disappear as well as recorded by Plato.

In some replies you said that the last advanced civilization was found three thousand centuries 300,000 ago.. was this a mistake of wording wherein you meant three hundred centuries or three hundred thousand years ago?
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I am very curious about the Sumerian tablets. I would like to know the truth. Is our teachings incorrect? Any light you can shed would be wonderful.
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I am also confused about the last advanced civilization. In some replies you consistently say that the first and original Atlantean civilization of pure, refined proto-humans lived in a post-scarcity utopia around 32,000 years ago, and that after the meteor that wiped most of them out despite attempts to blow it up, about 3% remained. It survived to a second resurgence of civilization, which was around 13,000 - 12000 years ago before several natural disasters and wars coincided, and reduced Atlantis and the rest of the world via deluges. And what remained of Atlantis itself was the size of Scotland, only to disappear as well as recorded by Plato.

In some replies you said that the last advanced civilization was found three thousand centuries 300,000 ago.. was this a mistake of wording wherein you meant three hundred centuries or three hundred thousand years ago?
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Hey, Alterwelt no longer posts on this site. However, one of their members still does. Here is the link Thread: Ancient civilizations and archeology - remote viewing
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ALTERWELT,i know you still check the site an i did want to leave some credibility to you since it finally came out in the news i can say it as for the ppl saying he has no reliable information,he spoke about amelia earhart dying in a japanese POW camp after being captured,that is true an was not public knowledge before hand it only came out after he posted,there or other verifiable pieces but are still not released to the public so you'll have to look for yourselves.thnx for your work Alterwelt.
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Greetings.

My and my colleagues would be willing to answer questions regarding ancient civilizations based on our capacity to do so.

We are not remote viewing but it is the most suitable manner in which to explain a manner of obtaining information we would wish to remain to our discretion, suffice to say we're capable of providing accurate information to a highly accurate degree as far as ancient history, the more recent history the lesser our capacity to do so.

We can and will answer any and every question regarding ancient history and archeology, we may be able to answer questions regarding spirituality as long as it pertains to historical context, beyond that we are not able to entertain conspiracy theories or questions beyond history or archeology.

We have entertained such initiatives before. Suspension of disbelief will be appreciated.

Ask.
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What data? Just your words and people are supposed to take it as RV results?
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ALTERWELT,i know you still check the site an i did want to leave some credibility to you since it finally came out in the news i can say it as for the ppl saying he has no reliable information,he spoke about amelia earhart dying in a japanese POW camp after being captured,that is true an was not public knowledge before hand it only came out after he posted,there or other verifiable pieces but are still not released to the public so you'll have to look for yourselves.thnx for your work Alterwelt.
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