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There was a time when all humanity was working together. We had technology that interfaced seamlessly with nature, long lives and huge urban societies that make modern cities look like villages.
This is the time many cultures describe before the ancient era, when giants walked the earth and beings from other worlds exchanged goods and wisdom with humans. These relationships led humans to discoveries about the fundamental nature of the cosmos and consciousness itself, allowing them to manipulate the natural world through a system of chemical, social, biological and physical processes. Ancient man could distort reality using a combination of technology and consciousness, allowing him to manifest things beyond comprehension.
Suffice to say, the capabilities of ancient man would look like magic to us today.
If the sayers are right, this period of harmony happened between 10,000 and 35,000 years ago but may have continued long before in a deep forgotten past.

The entirety of modern history is a twisted attempt at concealing this truth; something it has done with considerable success. The signs of past achievement are literally right in front of us yet all of modern science, philosophy and theology have been interfered with in order to make us believe disharmony is the default state of humanity. There are monuments to the harmonious nature of our existence all around us, but they are hidden by constant assurances of our own apathy.
Unignorable proof of our past has been hidden in plain sight-- those with interests in keeping humanity mundane has realized the truth doesn't need to be hidden if you can be convinced this is all as nature, science and God have prescribed.
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Systems of consciousness use layered harmonic patterns to perform both computational and energy management tasks. In computational terms, frequencies establish order of operations for logic. In energetic terms, frequency interference allows energy to take on modalities that influence the electromagnetic spectrum in different ways.

These systems are not solely in human beings but the universe itself also features these characteristics as they seem to be intrinsic to all matter and energy. When human beings are working at their full potential, they are capable of both interacting with and exchanging with the energetic systems that unify time and space and allow deterministic events to occur at all scales.

This means humans are part of an ecosystem which allows human will to exert itself across cosmic distances without violating physical laws. Conscious will is common to all matter and thus everything around us is both our creation and responsible for creating us simultaneously. Other conscious beings in nature are also aware of their connection to the 'Prana' or 'Chi' that allows all things to exist, but they can only communicate through this energy when the "receiver" is tuned to the natural frequencies we were designed for.

These frequencies are not secret; they are represented in the thresholds of each brainwave activity type and also as a standing wave traversing the Earth's surface; the Schumann resonances.
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>>37989926

I believe it anon. All the information in the Vatican, Alexandria library, and Atlantis was hidden for a reason. I don't use the word destroyed because energy is infinite.

Everyone is living a lie, but I am dying for the Truth

Vibrations and frequency within our bodies and in numbers are the answer
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>>37989926
>>37989938
Its all because kikes and their brethren want to prove that it all began 5000 years ago. There are people still trying to do the same.
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>>37989956
Ego always wants to in charge and right all the time, doesn't it?
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>>37989926
Honestly, I don't find it hard to believe that the world was connected.

Almost every single society and culture, from isolationist Islands, both Americas, Europe and Asia has Swastika's as one of their symbols.

How the fuck can a symbol mean the same thing for Islanders in the far East to Asians, Europeans and both North and South Americans, without contact? We can't even use the Internet without the meaning of words being turned into retarded shit but somehow a symbol is able to exist across the world with the same meaning and across a time period longer than our recorded history?
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>>37989938
Modern science is hyperfragmented into discrete compartments that rarely intersect, each with specialized terminology units and systems. In the last 40 years humans have almost certainly reacquired a large portion of lost high technology but do so only in narrowly focused specializations.

The fundamental science behind this "technology" is already understood in nuclear, quantum and energetic sciences though without grasping the way these systems interact with consciousness.

There is a myth in hinduism of 12 scholars who have been blinded feeling an elephant trying to figure out what it was. One feels the ear and thinks it's a tropical leaf, one feels the leg and thinks it's a tree, one thinks the trunk is a snake, etc.
Science is currently in a similar dilemma.
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>>37989938
>technobabble
Just say that you are a hippie who likes to use stupid terms that he doesn't even know how to apply like unconscious, universal, frequencies, brain waves and other scientific stuff for your stupidity of perennial philosophy and universalism together with quantum mysticism and ufo astral galaxy founders shit.
>also
There are more explanations than pseudo-archeology and stupidities of ancestral aliens.
humanity has been evolving and obtaining knowledge alone for years and did not need ''visitors'' to learn how to handle the atomic bomb.
ironically they did not appear to teach us not to use it either.
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>>37989972
>How?
Then start reading hypotheses that don't involve aliens or ghosts.
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/37952507/#q37953483

>Modern science is hyperfragmented into discrete compartments that rarely intersect
>Retarded Technobabble
This description fits psychoanalysis because it has never been able to interact with neurology or even an empirically supported scientific field.

current science has to interact with other fields to have support, otherwise it is a pseudoscience.
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>>37989926
>>37989744
Exactly right anon. Why do you think we, the hidden people are getting Gandalf's message?
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>>37989949
A lot of information can still be found in Hindu tradition. Not to say Hinduism avoided all the difficulties seen in abrahamic faiths, but at least they tend to be less cryptic in discussion of technology.

The role of genetics and advanced medical science in ancient India surpasses the old Kingdom of Egypt in some areas. There is also the advantage of a more direct cultural legacy which still maintains a lot of practices outside of a specific religion. There are a lot of examples that come to mind, but the role of temples in Hinduism as places with more than just theological significance is immediately apparent compared to other cultures.
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>>37990051
It always evolve from humans and this is what they hide about our past, and why these giants look so inbred from Gundagai, and some don't. They must chase us down for our DNA to hide the truth that all people are Pyschic.
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>>37990051
>Same thread
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/37952507/#q37953354
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>>37990028
I use simple terms because I know my audience. If you insist, I will gladly explain every aspect of the physics.

A single photon's process of absorption/adsorption throughout its life thoroughly explains the quantum scale phenomenon at work here and also explains how consciousness works in the informational envelope outside of relativity.
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>>37990028
>immediately starts talking about aliens
Imagine rejecting an opportunity to learn so you can parrot the same bullshit assumptions you rely on to fall asleep at night
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>>37990083
That's retarded, the earliest Swastika pattern is 10000 years old found near the Ukrainian steppe. The same place Indo Europeans originated but 3000 years before they split off.

It's not a symbol based on a loom because the symbol, across history, the world and cultures means community, protection, duty, love and safety.

Talking about Indo Europeans with this shit is as retarded as you can get. They have nothing to do with this unless you're implying they had boats and managed to introduce the symbol to random Islanders and America.
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>>37990028
>>37990051
>ALIENS ALIENS ALIENS
Ignore the derailer. Dude didn't even read OP post. carry on OP
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>>37990083
>>37990110
The swastika is an astronomical symbol. It describes the position of Ursa Major and Ursa Minor around the pole star. This also means, due to procession, that this symbol represents a specific time in human history that repeats itself on a cosmic timeline.
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>>37990090
>A single photon's process of absorption/adsorption throughout its life thoroughly explains the quantum scale phenomenon at work here
???
>and also explains how consciousness works in the informational envelope outside of relativity.
>petitio principii?

>He starts talking about physics
>He ends up talking about the unconscious (why by the fuck???)
Non-materialist ''neuroscientists'' are definitely mentally retarded.
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>>37990125
Source?
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>>37990110
>It's not a symbol based on a loom because the symbol, across history, the world and cultures means community, protection, duty, love and safety.
is that universal?
because as far as I know, no.
>>37990125
>his also means, due to procession, that this symbol represents a specific time in human history that repeats itself on a cosmic timeline.
>petitio principii?
>>37990146
>Source?
>China astrology
you're joking right?
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It would really be easier for everyone if you just said you don't understand.

In simple terms, photons exist non-locally. When a photon is absorbed by a material (striking an atmosphere, lensing in interstellar dust, passing through glass) it experiences every point in time and space until the moment it absorbs. This means the information contained by light is available at all points in space in the photon's path, even through solid objects.

The moment it is created, a photon experiences the entire universe as a 2-d sheet which it is on the surface of. This is because it experiences all points in time simultaneously. However, when the photon is absorbed it momentarily experiences a passage of time until it is adsorbed.

The adsorbed photon is quite literally the same photon that was absorbed, with identical properties. However it comes into being at a different point in time even though the photon has already experienced all points in time. Realize that a photon is merely high frequency EM and you will also realize exactly how quantum froth functions; quantum froth is energy arriving out of relativistic frames at specific points in time. Now realize the human mind manipulates the quantum froth and you will understand how a human mind can cast a "shadow" in the universe tangentially to a source of energy that also allows nonlocalized control over quantum states.
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>>37990185
>*ignore the questions*
>more technobabble
>quantum states
>human mind ''shadow''
>nonlocalized
>unconscious
>more technobabble with quantum mysticism with unconscious shit because he did not see the rest of the double-slit experiments.
Yeah ok. I can see why we are the board with the lowest IQ.
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>>37990176
In the modern day it's not but if you go through the history we have yes. Over time it's been changed, the last 2000 years it's meaning in some cultures have changed to focus on singular definitions.

But if you go further back in history, that's the definitions of it. Some cultures don't have all of the uses but after 10000 years it's not exactly hard to imagine why it's lost meaning if global contact disappeared.
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>>37990185
>>37990213
>>37990217
FUCK OFF SODOMITES ZEALOT
It's Spore!
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>>37990273
Well that Sagittarius A
bro... the centre.
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>>37990273
>>37990290
>BLARGHFHGHGHEHGE!!!!
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>>37990146
>>37990176
>source
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swastika

Are you guys even trying? this is some bad faith discussion
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>>37990213
Why even post when you are clearly not interested in the topic and have no understanding of basic physics
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"Archaeologists":
>didn't have wheel or rollers
>couldn't make double braided rope
>didn't have water purification
>didn't have writing
>didn't produce alloys intentionally
>didn't have thermally stable artificial light
>didn't have codified measurement systems
>didn't have knowledge of acoustics/harmonics
>didn't have intercontinental trade
>didn't have trigonometry
>didn't have optics
>didn't have minted currency
>didn't have celestial navigation
>didn't have compound levers
>didn't have pulleys
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>>37990213
if you think that's technobabble you must have a head injury
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>>37989949
>All the information in the Alexandria library,

Fuckin rotted away, moron. There's no conspiracy. By the time Alexander invaded the boy lovers that library was a worm farm shithole. It was long past its golden age.
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>>37990290
The wounded healer indeed.
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>>37990652
Do you not know the library was sacked multiple times..?
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>>37990619
Look at that perfect ancient architecture, just the foundation and of what it was is more beautiful and harmonious than the modern shithole "Civilization".
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>>37990669
There was more than one library. And it wouldn't matter because by the time it was sacked that placed was passed its prime.
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>>37989974
[Scattered was the worldwide civilization with one language and one set of maths.
Modern science is compartmentalized because the grand picture would (em)power the most lost human of this world of oh so much clownery.]
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>>37990669
https://youtu.be/M4WU8gqrgsQ?si=VCI8L6ZIIWFL_5Xj
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>>37990709
The contrast of the shanties next door is quite striking. Constructions that rival the Parthenon in a place where we're told people were illiterate dust farmers and tribals. A true insult to man's legacy.
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>>37989926
The bible explains it. We were created perfect, the fall means we degrade rather than evolve.
Those early humans had huge lifespans and were much more intelligent and in tune with the ways of creation, and so they probably had technologies that effortlessly bended the elements.
They go from the garden story to building cities in no time.
Nowadays through the incremental depository of knowledge that came with universities, we gained techs, but we mostly do stuff through the brute force of motor and machines.
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>>37990726
>There was more than one library
You don't say? We typically discuss Alexandria because of the direct references towards the documentarian practices employed there, not for its purported contents.

>>37990748
>history is actually boring
Nice agenda.
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>>37990827
Did you even watched the video, moron?
There's no fuckin way that a Hellenic Papyrus will have lasted more than a century in humid conditions. The place was already in decline by the time Julius Cesar invaded it. It was not the only library in the city nor in the classical world.
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>>37990738
The allegory of the Holy Grail Quest is a literary manifestation of the desire to return to the old system where science, philosophy and religion are intertwined as a basis for society.
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>>37990953
>moron
>thinks libraries use the same physical copies for hundreds of years without transcribing them

>meanwhile, all societies have a social class whose sole function is to learn writing to copy old books that are falling apart

I digress.
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>>37990827
>We typically discuss Alexandria because of the direct references towards the documentarian practices employed there

And those References come from the second century AD LOL!!!
Almost 300 years after Alexander's invasion, 400 fuckin years after it had peaked culturally and philosophically. Hence not reliable fuckin sources.
The library was only relevant during Ptolemies period. Its declined started in the second century BC. After the Ptolemiac empire had collapsed. There were multiple civil wars by that century that render that hyped fuckin library uninviting to scholars and philosophers. Ptolemy VIII killed all the librarians and intellectuals. So tell me how those Papyrus would have lasted by the time Julius Cesar invaded that shithole without proper maintenance? Two hundred years in decadence?
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>>37991049
There's no reason to get emotional. Almost everything we know about the time before christ comes from equally flimsy accounts. People like Aristotle and Plato may not have even been individuals but family legacies or an inherited title.

If you dismiss ancient history on the basis of it being recorded by Greeks historians you quickly run out of history to discuss.

Remind me; why are we obsessing about Alexandria when there's so much to discuss?
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Suck my fucking dick liar. Only retards believe your fucking trash that you stole telepathically or through demons/ who gives a fuck? Only retards will believe you and you will be judged for the scum you are
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>>37991508
Thank you for validating.
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>>37989926
They are still here, they are just hidden from us. We arent their descendants. We are the descendants of barbaric tribes the advanced progenitors didnt interact with, except in rare cases where some of their exiles bexame our rulers sometimes.
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>>37991508
I wish we did not behave this way. How can something be so full of emotion yet so empty of substance entirely. It's jibberish masquerading as righteousness. Is this an AI mocking the average poster? I wish you will be healed. There's no need for this futile babble. Wake up.
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>>37991545
I think we would do well not to define the exact course of events too rigidly. "Barbarism" is a term that really has no functional meaning, especially in this context. The evidence supports high levels of cooperation though obviously the periods of decline may have been chaotic. The point is, nothing about human behavior and evolution supports the idea of the interspecies "war" often described to explain away the extreme dilation of the hominid population on Earth.
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But yes, the Progenitors are still directly interacting with us today through numerous proxies and may be doing so directly as well. There is much we do not know; much to learn.
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>>37990999
dem digits
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>>37989926
May interest you…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMv1k49sAM0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlRqTgobV3o

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Jvr4O7pG9I

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkUrVh8knj8
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>>37989926
Very true.
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>>37990953
Hey Anon what’s the most impressive library in America Today?
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>>37991508
the way you speak to others you dont agree with is extremely barbaric and demonic
repent now
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>>37992508
Thanks for sharing.
Archetypes are very important to understanding historical context and learning about consciousness. The expression of the pantheons and their archetypes can inform you about the structure of human experience in an objective way.

Color is just as important in symbols as music since they are expressions of energetic physics. Thinking of the colors' significance as being a literal "flag" is a bit quaint; the use of colors in numerological and musical systems has a deep history that is very significant to human perception.

Colors can be used to communicate universally since they correlate with specific frequencies and therefore positions on a continuum where humans can extrapolate deeper meanings by invoking color combinations.
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There are a long list of subtle design aspects to these megalithic wall blocks each suggesting a complex manufacturing process not easily explained.

The first of note is isolated vitrification.

The mating faces of the blocks are all vitrified to a homogenous depth (around 2cm,) and the outward facing surfaces are occasionally partially vitrified. Examination has not concluded whether this layer is part of the original black or some kind of treatment or cement like mixture. However, the elements in the vitrified layer do indicate new material was either added or some kind of chemical process stripped certain materials.

Vitrification occurs at extremely high temperatures and must be done in specific atmospheric conditions to prevent cracking the stone. We're talking about thousands of degrees for hours to days under intense pressure, while also eliminating heat rapidly so the vitrified layer does not penetrate deeply into the rock and cause it to brittle.
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Seems like Americans need to be forcefully taught about geography and how certain structures form naturally
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>>37993612
Tell us more anon. We are here to learn.
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>>37989972
Astronomy, astrology, religion and science were always intertwined.
The swastika is an astronomical symbol, that represents the procession of the heavens around the fixed north star, Polaris.
It's central to understanding of seasons and calendaring, essential to agriculture, and the basis of astro-theology.
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>>37993637
Nigga if similar natural phenomena happen on same latitude or longitude and people build some structure to commemorate it(after their ancestors probably danced there or something for hundreds of years) it doesn't have to necessarily mean that they were connected. I had seen that a lot of temples india are located either in a straight line or key Geographical locations.
I can draw lines here and there and eventually come up with some weird shit too. But concluding something nonsensical is nonsensical.
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>>37993706
What natural phenomena are you alluding to? If numerous "different" civilizations all commemorate the same feature the same way isn't that supportive of the idea that they shared a culture?
How do you draw a straight line for miles across an ocean?
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>>37993732
Movement of the sun my nigga. I can imagine that as the ice age faded the latitude and longitude that later gained importance were key to where it was easier to live. More sun. And less deathly natural factors. Which is why their ancestors must have begun associating those places with something holy. I'm just following reason and not fantasizing nonsense
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>>37989926
Yeah the original civilization of earth. Destroyed by the invading anunnaki aka space jews.
https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/413807291/
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>>37993732
>>37993761
Also it doesn't have to be the sun. There are many older structures and myths based on astronomical phenomena that were seen only 5k-10k years ago. So we can't draw a direct connection with the present but they probably were important for guys in the past.
Swastika for example is widespread. Feels good to imagine some old civ you can kang on but being practical you can see that they just saw something and ascribed it certain importance.
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>>37993761
Solar alignment is not what's in question here. Why were sites being aligned, not why were the sites aligned to the earth's poles (which is the product of solar observation.)

None of the sites placed with such care along polar coordinates were used for shelter. Yes, life flourishes at the equator. This does not begin to describe the intentional complexity that spans every continent and even isolated islands.
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>>37993838
>Why were sites being aligned, not why were the sites aligned to the earth's poles (which is the product of solar observation)
Did you not get what I was trying to say? These specific places were probably aligned with something in the sky,a star or sun . Or maybe they received sunlight and all that after or during the ice age in some way.
And the alignment occurred naturally.

Wr know that certain specific plants grow at certain specific latitude. Does that mean some ancient civilization planted those trees there? Or that they were the ones nature favored?
Hopefully if you understand that you'll understand why if the sun light or some other astronomical phenomena occurred which affected people globally they built stuff there to commemorate those places and they just aligned naturally. Not intentionally but they just did.
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>>37993903
>These specific places were probably aligned with something in the sky,a star or sun

I don't know why you're making it sound like you're guessing. The Chinese pyramids, the Giza pyramids, Tiwanaku, Barabar, Osirion, Nemrut, Sakkara, Teotihuaca, every site is aligned with true north. This is derived by the sun's movement. All stars in the sky are constrained along one axis and this axis, when accounted for in procession and tilt, allows a civilization to align to true north accurately.

It is not the fact this was done; it's the fact structures across the entire planet are not only aligned to polar north, but are also aligned _with eachother_ in a way that cannot be explained by solar motion. These sites are separated by continents and planning their alignment implies a cohesive network of prolific and complex culture.
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>>37994002
Coincidence. This line drawn from the red granite can probably extend from any other structure.

And i am guessing because different structures followed different celestial phenomena. Some were copying the heavens some were copying something cyclical like lunar or solar cycles.
And if,as you say,these pattern can be discovered naturally then these places if repeated often times can probably be aligned with each other since they all were probably trying to copy something similar.

Like if you take a paper,draw a dozen fibonacci curves and some others specifically in lats or longits where life was flourishing we can probably arive at points that align with each other one way or another.
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>>37994059
You claim coincidence without doing any kind of research at all and focus your reply on the picture which is only tangentially related to my statement. I get the feeling you didn't really read what I said. I hope life is kind to you, anon.

Choosing not to learn means you are scared and fear is the ultimate killer of the mind.
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gay /his/ thread again? YAWWWWWWN
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>>37994084
>saging on the front page
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Archaeologists:
The civilization that made picrel;
>had no writing
>had no mathematics
>had no understanding of harmonics
>had no pulleys
>did not know the mechanical advantage of the wheel
>did not use crop rotation
>burned animal fat for light
>died before the age of 30
>did not practice metallurgy
>had a peak military capability of sharpened wood
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>>37994076
I read what you said. I've seen all this much before. Its pleasing to imagine some ancient civilization or something but its better to be practical and grounded in reality. Dune References sound good but the movie showed how people manipulate people through myths and simple knowledge appears mystical when you lack knowledge and reason
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>>37989926
Everything was fine until that mad genius Yakub created whites.
They are the reason all Progenitor tech has been lost.
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>>37994149
I'll put it another way;
Do you know what it means to be a slave?
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>>37994154
Progenitors gave whites everything and the whites stabbed their benevolent betters in the back.
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>>37994171
The phenotype associated with the Progenacy as discussed here is olive skin with red hair and the same follicle gene seen as a mutation in asian populations.

Genetics does not provide a clear picture of lineage due to the contractions of homo sapiens sapiens around 13kya.
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>>37994187
They definitely weren’t olive-skinned friend
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>>37994157
It means to have no agency over your life and eventually believe that those who do control your life are evil or something
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>>37994097
>can't spell
kys
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>>37994210
https://youtu.be/HU7Ga7qTLDU?si=nmYKZirN2MNRO3DI
Fear, anon.
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>>37994242
>Youtube spamming nobody general nigger
not surprised
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>>37989926
People like you should be burned publicly at a staking , you're just teasing me with false promises to join your cult.
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>>37994242
Slaves fear because they feel that they are good and masters are evil and thus they can't be trusted. The master on the other hand is just doing things a master does and not worrying about anything else. Humans are everything i bother with. Not human fantasies
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>>37994266
It's simple resonance anon. Science is principal here. We have had enough time to reflect on the limitations of dogma.
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Anons should see the obvious about my statements; the Schumann resonances making up the standing waves on the Earth's surface are exactly aligned with the thresholds of brainwave activity. The earth is a massive electromagnetic dynamo and we are each microcosms of it; our connection to earth allows our will to be broadcast along the relativistic particle streams that make up magnetic reconnection points between planets and stars. In all cases, energy transfer occurs in a manner akin to photon refraction-- because EM energy is photonic.

Magnetic reconnection is a real phenomenon which under the SM has not been explained yet makes sense in quantum physics. Quantum physics may not be perfect but its premise allows us to understand how energy photons "cascade" through time and space and end up in our local space.
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>>37994276
Slaves fear punishment. They live in fear. As Aristotle said, 'to live truly alone one must be an animal or a God.'
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>>37994266
>humans are not naturally violent and are spiritually powerful

>this is a CULT!!!
lmao
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>>37994333
Even the masters fear punishment. The guy whipping the slaves fears the king . The king fears the god. And there is no god who people try to please who is not feared. But slaves have no control over their lives. They feel as if they are born to be exploited and their life itself is unwanted. While the masters see their existence as meaningful holding some authority and playing some part in the world. Only the gods have absolute authority obviously . Masters live in a system of relative authority. Slaves live in a system of no authority or seething rage at best .
And just because aristotle said something doesn't mean its true .
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>>37994372
Having superiors does not equate to fear. Fear is a mindset, not a position. You either live in fear or you transcend it. This is the key to understanding for most people.
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>>37994391
Of course that's why I Said masters believe in relative authority. But slaves turn their masters to evil. For example the Jews turn their masters into evil ones who worship and believe in devil . The christinans followed the same slave mindset.
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>>37989926
OP speaking eternal truths
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>>37994424
Yes, the devil is the only thing I know of that a jew ever invented. All the millions of things that jews claim to have invented are all plagiarized, except for the jewish god they call the devil.
The devil is all the many reptilian species, which jews imagine to be the devil appearing to them in many different forms.
To honor their devil god, jews butcher any dumb animal, which they call a goy, to their devil god, which they call by many names, but each one of those names refers to the devil.
The jews fear the devil, but they also fear us goyum, especially one particular goy, Elena Danaan, whom they attempted to murder last year.
In this video I just found, an eye witnesses states that the jews are wagering a campaign against her.
Yes jews fear the goy.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PXGDB3gNN9A
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>>37990061
The vast ancient wisdom which was discovered in 15 thousand year old texts in India, were written by men of Qin, the greatest technological Earth Human civilization still.
On one side of the world was Qin and on the other side was Kim.
Today America is the great land of technology, but America has still not reached the technological level of Qin.
The flying saucers of Qin were not back engineered space alien technology, they were invited and built right there in Qin.
Qin and Kim were both White Nations, all nations on Earth were White Nations back then, because that was before the reptilians flooded Earth with the space aliens that destroy every Earth civilization.
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>>37990652
It's beneath Los Angeles.
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>>37996058
Where did you learn this?
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>>37996229
China, probably.
Qin Shi Huang Di, the Yellow Emperor.
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>>37996229
Mystics are the only ones who learn history.
This civilization began 75 thousand years ago in Appalachia.
By 70 thousand years ago, White Folks had spread out across the entire Earth.
This world was a paradise before the reptilians dumped the primate alien invaders here.
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>>37996519
There were two civilizations in "china".
There were the people of Qin, who settled directly from the mountains of Appalachia to the mountains of Qin.
The other group settled directly from the east coast of America to the coast there, and also along all the rivers and large navigable lakes.
The civilization lasted for thousands of years. The civilizations were established before the Moon was brought to Earth, which was 55 thousand years ago.
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>>37996229
https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/413807291/
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>>37989949
All the "Knowledge of Atlantis" is under the Sphinx's paw, Edgar Cayce said something to that effect. Others under regression, remote viewers claim the same...just recently GPR indicated a cavern under the paw of the Sphinx.
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>>37997092
The people of Qin built over 100 pyramids there, and the people who lived down by the sea built even more.
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>>37990999
999.
That pic. “America was Not named after amerigo Vespucci. It was named after an Incan word “amarica” or Cairi or Irica, the Land of the snakes or winged serpent.”
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>>37994138
Stop questioning settled science you antisemite bigot racist. The science of archeology is settled, you are not allowed to question the carefully crafted farce of history so you stay a usury debt slave. They have to sell everyone on the idea that humanity was developed to be a slave race so it’s easier to subjugate humanity in zee future!
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>>37997139
While the delivery is very "youtube-y" the video is worth a watch. If you are curious about the "stele" shown in the first section I have done a good bit of research on it which they did not cover.
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>>37997291
Link; https://youtu.be/hZi4sIMhad8?si=5NGbib2pJeYW2NkZ
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>>37989926
Source: OPs arse
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>>37997138
Kim was settled first by the people of the Loblolies, and later refugees from Atlantis moved in with them, that was before Atlantis ended. They were moving away from the government. The reptilians were in control of the government of Atlantis, the same way the jews (work for the reptilians, grays, and illuminati) control the US federal government.
The symbol of Kim was the lion, and the "sphinx" was a large carved lion, down by the river, because the river changed its course since then. The lion is where the river used to be.
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>>37997304
What would you like to discuss? I have a fairly rigorous body of research and proofs behind my claims. Most people find the basic axioms self-evident.
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>>37997139
The Bosnian pyramid is far more complete that most would care to know. But it is nothing like the one under the ice in Antarctica or the one off the coast cuba under the bath tub water. This world gave so much to every incarnation of humanity including a source of free power if you stood under certain principals.
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>>37997204
The idea that America was discovered by total accident is nonsense. Europe's many earlier expeditions established colonies like the 'moon eyed people' who were categorized as "dutch natives" in government land census documentation as late as the 19th century.
The official story is;
>dutch sailors got lost
>landed in the southern portion of N. America
>settled colonies instead of trying to return
>stayed permanently
>incorporated with the natives in the area and adopted their practices
Of course there is no record of any of this and the whole thing is assumed simply on the basis of "ships got lost a lot back then and we have dutch lineage that predates european conquest."

And this is only Europe. Asian cultures knew about the Americas for thousands of years and clearly settled some areas. The house of cards is contingent on the idea that humans are morons who only discover by accident and took 300,000 years to figure out they live on a ball.
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>>37990019
Just a natural rock formation :)
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>>37997518
Lol yes, it is also one the gravest forms of antisemitism to question the settled science.
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>>37997376
Now you know where all the copper came from to have the bronze age in Europe. America was known about in ancient Egypt because some Egyptian lineages were from the americas originally. This knowledge was passed down and many many cultures and bloodlines made their fortunes off an ancient homeland of the giants. Which giants are why no one ever settled america for very long. At least that’s what they(native lore) say. That is one of the missing pieces that integrates much of what the settled science is mystified by for a very purposeful reason lol.
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>>37997299
Thank you for the video.
It was good to see it, but it also made me sad, because Qin is the best Earth civilization of machine technology, and we could have had that all our lives.
The reptilians destroyed Atlantis, which was a civilization of crystal technology, with space aliens living among, the Earth Humans.
Then the reptilians destroyed both Qin and Kim by flooding them with primitive violent space aliens, that are called in the history "naked starving savages".
The people of Qin evacuated, but the people of Kim waited too long to leave. Some of them finally left...
Pic related: races of Egypt
White Man (Kim), black savage, yellow man (the savages committed gang rape on children) and a red man, just a darker shade of child gang rape.
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>>37997204
Maybe "America" means "government of snakes".
Pic related: Den of vipers
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>>37997325
The pyramid in Alaska was built by the ancestors of the Nordics. (They weren't called Nordics yet when they built it) It was built there to mark both the location of the old north pole, and the new north pole.
The federal government won't even let us look at the pyramid there.
10,800 years ago an object came near Earth and pulled the planet out of its stable orbit, which is why we have seasons; and tilted the north pole.
The city of London England sits right where the old north pole used to be, and the island that was near the north pole is under water, off the coast of Wales.
Atlantis was already destroyed before that happened.
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>goes on tirade about race
>fails to identify the single most important and obvious epigenetic marker
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>>37997242
When I was a kid, jews claimed that civilization had only existed for 3 thousand years.
Their history only goes back about
thousand years.
They have been on Earth a while longer than that, but they don't remember it.
They have been running the slave trade for more than 3 thousand years.
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>>37991525
where is this?
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>>37998452
Wtf am i looking at
Elongated skulls aside what is that in the side of its skull a metal plate or something.
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>>37999832
Facing the mouth of an artificial cavern in the Andes near lake Titicaca is a large, door-shaped carving in the stone. The site is known locally as the "Cavern of Dangerous Energies."

The top section of the carving has been shattered by explosives from treasure hunters in the Colonial era as it is believed there was once a cache of gold located above the opening.
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>>37999967
thanks!
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>>37999906
It is a metal implant used to repair a traumatic fracture in the skull of an Incan warrior. The patient apparently survived as there is a considerable amount of bone regrowth.

>Elongated skull
Yes, it also has the elongated phenotype. In picrel, right is an artificially elongated skull and left is a genetic phenotype. The increase in cranial volume can be up to 1.7 times or more. Truly incredible that elongated skulls have been ignored for so long.
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>>37999992
Pic in post;
>>37996778
Is also the same location. It is directly across from the altar.
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who was watching the watchers
tip: it wasnt a throne
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>>38000084
All matter and energy in the universe is both conscious and created by consciousness. Humans are a microcosm of the planet, which is a microcosm of the sun; a microcosm of a galaxy, etc. Cosmic phenomenon follow the same hierarchy as consciousness phenomenon.
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>>37999906
Redpill me on the catacoooombs.
Its obvious the place was created for a mass human sacrifice ritual.
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>>38002085
machu picchu is a great example of 3 different civilizations.
inca on top,
polygonal masonry on the bottom, from an antediluvian civilization perished in whatever cataclysm.
third, the oldest, all those irregular stone blocks like the sun stone from machu picchu.
antediluvians took great care of those old stones and often built around them, most likely their predecessors.

wish some fag would dig deep enough so we can finally learn the truth about our past.
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>>37997308
I've read accounts of people claiming that the Sphinx was on a waterfront/river/ocean facing toward Atlantis or some sort of take on that.
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>>37990748
>https://www.ccgtrader.net/games/illuminati-nwo-ccg/limited
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>>37989926
ur supposed to look here idiot

idolaters suck
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>>38002213
obvious altar is obvious, also the oldest civilization the Olmecs utilized magnetite and crucible steel in their ship technology.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akrotiri_(prehistoric_city)
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>>38003056
i was there. also roamed around crete checking old minoan sites. they truly were something these fellers.
one theory is they were refugees from atlantis.
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>>37997376
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zijo1NLwR5A&t=165s

>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6iF5sINVns&t=7s

>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWFQsJ-JZs4

>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRqhnZ6m2Y8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItSoXGCMqI8

The evil gubmints trick them into lowering defensing before bamboozling missles into their ass, then they collect the bits and reverse engineer it or whatever

https://www.herald.wales/national-news/pentyrch-the-greatest-ufo-cover-up-of-the-21st-century/

>get a load of this thread lmao

https://forums.forteana.org/index.php?threads/the-pentyrch-incident.68988/
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>>38003073
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXD-6oGeyWM&t=21s

probably, thought i hate using the term atlantis its rather semantical in the greater scheme of things.
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what about mu/rapa nui mysteries, guys?
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>>38003322

So it's always been atlanteans/egyptians/minoans etc right?
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>>38003380
and the egyptians were a cargo cult from a previous fallen civilization aka atlanteans
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>>38002213
>wish some fag would dig deep enough so we can finally learn the truth about our past.
The issue is we simply do not have the same level of technology. This has created a huge dilemma for all of history because everything in the past is so explicitly cryptic. The whole thing feels like an elaborate, interactive puzzle.

The Andes alone is so beyond human understanding most people don't even try to reconcile its mysteries. Unlike more famous areas like Egypt that have been haphazardly "explained" the oddities found in South America are in many ways without precedent.

You have the highest concentration of genetically elongated skulls in the world paired with a phenotype not seen anywhere on the continent;
>were there another race of highly intelligent hominids?
>was this genetic engineering?
>or some kind of non genetic therapy? if so, what was the desired goal?

You have a multitude of infrastructure and construction projects which are clearly inheritances from over 30,000 years ago if not longer;
>all demonstrating independence from the population, material and food/water resources required for such a task
>complex and symbolic water management systems that are designed to replicate human feelings

There are oddities like the nasca lines that overshadow the even stranger nasca estrellas
>the estrellas appear to codify construction plans for a pyramid with the exact same dimensions as the one at Giza
>virtually all 'decorative' megaliths are designed to be viewed from the air

Then you have the absolutely mind-boggling nasca mummies. Interestingly, if it were not for the elongated skulls and other skeletal/biological anomalies in the region these would simply be too absurd to consider. However, they strangely fit here.

The conclusion I end up coming to is that there have always been a multitude of 'factions,' beings and such. Trying to explain things in terms of "x civilization spawned y civilization and some technology was lost" is overly simplistic.
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>>38003056
>obvious altar is obvious,
Is this sarcasm? Because the object is clearly a sundial.
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>>37994209
>the woke reaches /x/
thanks glowies.
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>>37990815
i always thought of that
>adam and eve were the first humans
>so that means, their childrens, brothers and sisters, are the progenitors of every human
>that means that every ancient cousin, brother and half brother fucked continously
>science tell us that inbreeding causes malformations and retardation
>that means that modern humans are retarded and deformed spawn from the ancient humans
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>>37990650
>if you think that's technobabble you must have a head injury
>>37990185
>starts talking about supposed quantum physics
>ends up talking about the unconscious and more technobabble that sounds like cheap psychoanalysis with post-modernism ted-x talk
Yes, of course, physics and whatever the supposed unconscious is has a lot of correlation.
I also said there that he did not read the other double slit experiments.
And yes, the other double slit experiments have other explanations that are not perception or something to shoehorn God or the ''unconscious'' whatever it may be.
its a big topic of interpretations of quantum mechanics
its not just tje relational interpretation of observer and the object.
but that is the one most exploited by hippies and new agers because it is easy to understand and ''magic''.
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>>38005237
Adam and Eve were not the first humans. When you read Genesis you will see that humans already existed but were considered uncivilized. Adam and Eve were given the tools to start civilization and their departure from Eden was their reintroduction among humans in order to teach them right and wrong and other values found in a civilization.
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>>38005242
lay off the crack
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>>38005242
How about instead of reacting with shock, anger and labels you simply discuss anything I'm talking about?
I already explicitly said I'd explain anything that confused you.
Are you afraid of doing that?
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>>38005250
Adapa(sumerian) and manu(indian-pajeet) had more eons than the Adam of the Jews and Christians.
You should read the documentary hypothesis to see the different adams(just in jewish texts) and you will see that it is an idea of a myth from a tradition that varies from other cultures.
although it is a common myth of the Indo-Europeans
Maybe it has some logic as a founding myth because it is literal what they knew where the babies came from. man and woman.
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>>38005289
Because you only mentioned one explanation of the double slit experiment. that's why.
Therefore, it is as if the other explanations do not exist.

Because of stupidity like this, we then have motherfucking gurus like Deepak Choopra saying that quantum physics (rather quantum mysticism) is magical or that it does incredible things when that is not what scientists do.
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>>38005242
notice how you're the only one here behaving like a psychotic dumbass?
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>>38005323
>everything you're saying is mindless technobabble
>you described the double slit experiment
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>>38005351
what he described is the relational interpretation (let's suppose that's it)
It is one of the explanations of the double slit experiment.
I just added more garbage from ''the human mind'' instead of the observer and more technobabble for quantum mystical nonsense.
the same thing deepak choopra does. But he is not a quantum physicist, he is just a self-help book guru.
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>>38005367
I described photon absorption/adsorption, it actually has very little to do with interference.

The only reason you're focusing on the "double slit" is because I mentioned polarization. This demonstrates a highschool level understanding of the topic considering how much context I provided.

But at this point it's clear you are only interested in writing the same comment over and over again. Extremely weak attempt.
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>>38005250
>>38005309
Here in south america in Lake Titicaca (lago titicaca)
The god Huiracocha-iracocha-Wirakocha do a big water flood here.
there is a similar story.
There is an Adam and Eve but they occur after a flood. It is related to the fact that the lake could be flooded and the first men and women in the mountains survived. That's where the Inca civilization comes from, it's a founding myth.
Although the cosmogony varies between tribe and people, this is not something general and they change names and other details.
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sure?
>>37990185
>Now realize the human mind manipulates the quantum froth and you will understand how a human mind can cast a "shadow" in the universe tangentially to a source of energy that also allows nonlocalized control over quantum states.
That's garbage and has nothing to do with quantum physics.
>picrel
That's why I oppose using scientific terminology for these things.
because you are basically mindfucking people mind who don't know about the subject.
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>>38005309
>>38005423
The truth is somewhere between the myth, the symbol and reality. The prevalence of symbolism in the more recent stories (the snake, the apple, destruction of the land by fire or water,) is absolutely a hint as to how we're supposed to interpret these events.
The question of such stories being myth or history is compounded by the fact many creation stories have multiple successive rebirths of mankind while literary stories (abrahamic) have much smaller scope. Whether the story was changed intentionally or simply condensed for ease of conveyance is not really that important as long as we identify the symbols and themes accurately as they were intended.
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>Here is a simplified explanation, I will explain if desired
>*angry spam*
>Would you like more context? I can use the standard terminology if that makes it easier for you
>*angry spam*

Anon, do you want these things explained or not? Or will you keep shouting about me not using the right notation?
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>>38005447
>starts every sentence with a preposition
Lmao sure anon tell us about how wrong OP is. the guy clearly has no idea what he's talking about amirite?
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>>37998319
Dude, you contradict your own statements.
Is the old North pole in some pyramid in Alaska, or is it in London?

Sheesh, conspiratards can't even get their own simple accounts right.
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>>38009016
NTA; OP here. I think there is oversemphasis of magnetic pole shifts in discussion of cataclysms for 2 reasons:

First, many other goemagnetic and solar events can cause effects similar to or in excess of a pole shift "event" as it is theoretically described. We do not have a model for geomagnetism that endures longer than 5 years because magnetic conditions change so quickly on Earth.

Secondly, the Moon has a magnetic past that confuses all ideas about our Earth's magnetism even in the short-term. It is highly likely that the moon has had a stronger magnetic field than earth for most of Earth's development until just recently. If this were the case we should see the effects of magnetic pole shifts/inversions all over the place. Perhaps we do, but either way these effects do not seem to be drivers of cataclysms but symptoms of them. Other effects related to solar and cosmic electromagnetic conditions should have more far-reaching impacts than a pole shift.
Of course, I may be wrong. But there has never been a pole shift event in recorded history to draw information from to determine if I am.
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Tell me about the Kwisatz Haderach?
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>>38010094
https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dido,_Queen_of_Carthage
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>>38003038
I love that deck
it's absurd how well they define the counterculture-pop culture kek.
the mechanics of religions and ideologies are very fun.
The attention The Game received shows how easy it is to Mindfuck American society; or any guy on the planet who knows how to tune incorrectly.
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>>38010343
>In some writings about her, she is called Alyssa or Elissa. She was also worshipped as a goddess in ancient Carthage
alissia? Like the weirdo with the pseudo-sophia waifu tulpa who sometimes comments here?
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>>38004694
No mention of the Ethiopians who were the precursors to the Egyptians?
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>>37989926
>There was a time when all humanity was working together. We had technology that interfaced seamlessly with nature, long lives and huge urban societies that make modern cities look like villages.
First fucking sentence and this already devolved into incoherent nonsense.
How did we have "huge urban societies that make modern cities look like villages" with "technology that interfaced seamlessly with nature"?
First of all the megalopolises of today are filled with tens of millions, hundreds of millions of humans and their pets, gigantic concrete anthills visible from space as greyish tumors spreading upon the Earth.
How big were the ancient ones then, billions of people? What was the global population then, 50 billions? 200 billions? Now how the fuck did these teeming multitudes live while "interfacing seamlessly with nature", dipshit? How much megafauna do you think the Amazonian rainforest can sustain, to say nothing of mountain ranges or deserts?
Don't tell me that glorified rock shelter you posted is supposed to represent the ancient cities. That? Some carved stone stack that looks like it was built by people fresh out of the neolithic? That's where all my eleventy billion demigod immortal spacefaring ancestors lived? And what part of that primitive brutalism "interfaces seamlessly with nature"?
Take your Fair Trade organo-crystal buttplug out of your ass for a minute and think logically.
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>>38014939
You said the first sentence was nonsense but did not address it. So in the interest of good faith I will support the claim;

While models of hunter-gatherer populations have changed radically in recent years, for along time there was a consensus about the largest group sizes possible-- around 150 individuals.

Assuming this is even remotely true (keeping in mind groups may have been larger in fertile regions) you are presented with a very spartan model of social function.

My point here has little to do with technology and advancement but evolution of humans for the last 900,000 to 5 million years (thresholds of hominid development.)
Assume a human group of 150 individuals;
>50-60 juveniles
>30 adult males
>50-60 rearing females

Naturally, every aspect of human social behavior in this crucial period will revolve around protecting the juveniles and women, but particularly the women for obvious reasons.

You quickly begin to see how unequitable warfare between tribal groups is; if 2 groups have overlapping territories and choose to fight, then all one side must do is send its males while the other group's males are away or occupied and slaughter the juveniles. Even if the women and men survive they will be outnumbered by the time they have produced another generation.

Therefore, we can reason conflict would be avoided at all costs because it quickly degenerates into a situation where both sides kill the vulnerable young and mutually disband.

What I'm describing is supported by prehistorical archaeological findings. Instruments of warfare and portrayals of warfare (in societies that documented a wide range of activities) are very rare in prehistory.
>But arrowheads!
These are for making an animal bleed, not killing a man in war. Warfare is an art requiring a massive amount of specialization in craftsmanship and even language. For this reason, war has always been described as an "art" that is taught, not a fundamentally human thing.
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>>37989926
niggas really out here hating on the human race bro...
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>>38014939
>How did we have "huge urban societies that make modern cities look like villages" with "technology that interfaced seamlessly with nature"?

Human population was likely concentrated in a few major city states. These would not look like 'cities' in the contemporary sense but more like sprawling complexes of surface and subsurface structures. The sort of grandiose 'applied technologies' we think of forming the backbone of modern civilization did exist but were not seen as functional in the same way. Things like telecom, dirty industry, petrochemical processing, flight-- and things we see in the future like levitation, teleportation and other methods of energy production.

They had the capability of doing truly astonishing things of a brute force nature like excavation and construction but they did not do it for the purposes we do it. This also gets into how their technology balanced with nature.
Most of the 'common' technology being used in these times was fundamentally simple: an arrangement of conductors, insulators and capacitors designed to amplify several parts of the energetic spectrum at the same time. Because consciousness is intrinsically electromagnetic it follows the square root law, meaning it radiates away from the body like a magnetic field. This means large numbers of people in the same location experiencing the same emotions allows exponentially greater effects.
Many of the sites that survived exhibit the requirements for this technology and appear to have used very sophisticated processes. Ancient man used human minds as the moderators to tune this equipment. Human minds have the exact same thresholds for brainwave activity as the planet's own prevailing resonances. This whole system is for us, as is how the universe works.
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>>38015439
Once man understood the principles of consciousness they then applied it towards technologies. In this way they avoided the philosophical problems arising from powerful technology while also mastering the kind of "high" technology that persists in our mind's image.

They had a lot of systems but most of them operated by siphoning Earth energy or equalizing the charge potential between the ionosphere and Earth. This may have been done by bringing large amounts of hydrogen gas into harmonic resonance and producing a large microwave beam at several points at the earth's equator.

Once such a system was functional they would have also been capable of sending small satellites into space on ablative masses. This kind of technology might sound complex but in practice these are simple things to do once you understand the principles. All of their tech performed multiple functions simultaneously; all geared towards expressing the will of the universe through humans.

The important thing to realize is that in a society using this kind of technology, there is no such thing as "technology" alone. They would have seen their capabilities as fundamental expressions of universal knowledge. The awareness of how to utilize the Earth for energy or project energy at the cosmic scale is all learned simply through being, not through technological development.

Nuclear fusion and fission were also done but not in critical masses-- instead catalyzed using systems inherent to consciousness like cavitation or other fluid effects and applied in crystalline materials (which are already perfect as doped nanomaterials as they are found in nature.)

This tech would also allow you to project human will at targets in space and on the ground.
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>>37989949
When you are ready, you will be taught how to access that which is all around you, some of these ruins vibrate for a very specific reason!
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>>38015403
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>>38014939
>How big were the ancient ones then, billions of people? What was the global population then, 50 billions? 200 billions?

It's hard to say. People lived a very, very long time so human life was more precious. People did not reproduce as frequently and when they did it was highly ceremonial.
You have to completely detach from the modern system of logistics and economics to understand this time. Not because those things are unimportant, but because the ancients dealt with logistical challenges in a way that we simply piggyback off of. 'Food production' did not exist. There was one unified method for living and maintaining a civilization that satisfied individual and population needs. It was a religion, philosophy, technology, a way of life that was natural and cosmic. It dealt with all needs of man and civilization as well as the needs of the planet and the stars.

Consider a modern population census (your framework of thinking) versus theirs. Today we would exhaustively list every person by year, as well as their occupation, wage and assets.

Asking one of the progenitor civilizations "how many people live in your civilization" would get you an answer that did not place economic and evaluative supposition above humanity. You would hear a number that reflected all beings living or dead. You would also likely ask about their history, but instead of chronology you might hear of their relation to a much broader system where their own labors seem insignificant in contrast to the ultimate goals of their will.
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>>37989926
Any evidence?
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>>37998319
There is no pyramid in Antarctica it's just a mountain. Your own picture shows that it's not formed artificially.
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>>38015825
>>38015842
>reads the entire thread
>replies to a moronic post about arctic pyramids
>Any evidence?

I can't imagine a more boring conversation than trying to present evidence for one of my numerous claims to you if this is the effort you put in.
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>>38015791
I sometimes try to conceive of what a civilization, if it could even by called that, would be like in which people couldn't/wouldn't lie. How much of the trappings of our current civilization (4k BC to current year) are due to trust issues and resource scarcity? What would things be like for people who had neither of those concerns?
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>>38015881
They did lie just not in the same way we do. We lie to conceal embarrassment, they would have lied to give exception to the weary.

You can see how they dealt with behavioral "flaws" like subversive behavior by analyzing the human archetypes. Behaviors were not "negative" in the contemporary sense but there would have been a time and a place for all things. Dark and light aspects would work together instead of fighting eachother. It's conceptually simple but working from our current social paradigm seems unobtainable.
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>>38015920
>but working from our current social paradigm seems unobtainable
a cataclysm could help that
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>>38015930
The Progenitors' system protected them and their consorts from numerous threats but in their wisdom even they knew there is a great cycle that threatens all the work of civilization. They had seen it before but they also knew their society was made for the inevitable moment of destruction.

They prepared us in every way they could for our own emergence; with stories, symbols and ruins but also in human consciousness itself. Every single person can see the truth as clear as memory if they look for it in themselves. Even ten thousand years from now, mankind will still understand his purpose because it is fundamental to our being.
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>>38015930
I was reading this guy's cataclysm hypothesis. Very interesting stuff.

https://theethicalskeptic.com/2020/02/16/the-climate-change-alternative-we-ignore-to-our-peril/

>tl:dr
>the Earth's crust and mantle periodically loosen from the core, due to changes in magnetic activity.
>when this happens, the surface of the earth rapidly flips like a gyroscope
>obviously, this is pretty fucking cataclysmic, as there are horrendous earthquakes, windstorms, and floods.
>when it happens, it's quite sudden, but there are signs, such as changes in the density of the interior of the planet, and a gradually increasing wobble of the planet's axial tilt.
>the Great Pyramid was designed and built to be an instrument/observation platform for monitoring these predictive clues.
>it's also positioned strategically so that when the planet changes its orientation, it will still be located in more or less the same location.
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>>37990028
Ignore these reddit tier monkeys, OP. They are unpaid government or scientism shills.
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>>38016422
I usually reply until they confirm a bias since this is the easiest way to give context for other readers.
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>>38015557
nice posts
>They had a lot of systems but most of them operated by siphoning Earth energy or equalizing the charge potential between the ionosphere and Earth
a small technical amendment, to induce current to flow though a conductive medium said medium must connect a material with an excess of valance electrons with a material with a want of valance electrons, the atmosphere if the want part, where as the highest concentration of valance electrons on earth is found in the surface tension of water proportional to the size of the body
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>>38017689
The polar property of water is very important indeed. It's deceptively simple, really.
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>>38018001
its even more amazing when you know those simple things and mechanically compound upon their principals.
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>>38018159
i donno if itll get your almonds tingling but if you ever wanna activate your drinking water i suggest a mechanical systems that facilitate repeated laminar flow states in atmosphere.
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>>37998319
10,800 years ago an object came near Earth and pulled the planet out of its stable orbit, which is why we have seasons;
our axis is why we have seasons. if we had a more “upright” rotation, the “seasons” would likely be longer, but much, much more severe. it would probably only be viable to live around the equator.
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>>38005514
he’s right to question you on that point though because it shows a popsci understanding of the double-slit to draw the conclusion that human observation changes the outcome. humans may in fact effect quantum mechanics on a level we’re not widely aware of yet, but to draw that conclusion from that experiment is juvenile at best. part of the problem lies in scientific jargon translation, so it’s a common mistake. the “observer” spoken of in the experiment isn’t an actual human being observing particles in real time. its INSTRUMENTS recording the behavior of particles. therefore, several possible conclusions can be drawn because we don’t precisely know what happens between the start of the experiment and the result. we can make educated guesses so far.
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>>38019090
>excite fluid with laser
>ponder emergence of waves
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>>38019121
you wanted more rigorous refutation of your lofty proclamations, but you respond with low-effort, and you wonder why people question your conclusions.
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>>38019090
I'm talking about refraction of light in physical media not isometric interference. All of this discussion of the double slit just shows me neither of you understand the prompt.

>>38019149
>I'll wait for someone to reply and then pretend it's OP even though OP's tone is totally different...

Again, will we ever move past bickering about *me* and talk about the actual science? Is that an option?
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>>37990136
>A single photon's process of absorption/adsorption throughout its life thoroughly explains the quantum scale phenomenon at work here
>???
First you literally say you don't understand why op is talking about photon absorption

>>38005242
Then you randomly bring up the double slit experiment (not absorption) and rant about it for the next 10 posts

Fuck off with this shit derailing attempt on an actually good thread
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The Day of the Rising singularity affects the outcome of the wave-function collapse
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>>38019149
swing and a miss, i just jumped into that reply chain with >>38019121 too agree with >>38019090, particularly the
>because it shows a popsci understanding of the double-slit to draw the conclusion that human observation changes the outcome.
part
a laser that produces waves when exciting a fluid dose not give human observations probability altering 'wave form collapse'
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>>38023538
stop talking to yourself and show where OP talks about the double slit experiment
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>>37990090
Not that anon but I insist, please explain deeply
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>>37990185
How can I develop the ability to influence the universe with my will? How does the mind influencing it work? What is the mechanism that causes this?
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>>38023581
i was directly replying to a post that wasnt mine, i have no idea which posts in the thread are ops. do you commonly give people orders on anonymous message boards?
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>>38023687
A key axiom is that light not only transmits information about itself when it collides with a material but also other properties. Light is representative of a type of behavior allowing traversal of discrete macroscopic increments of time while influencing the "microscopic" (atomic and quantum) properties of space.

In other words, there are properties to EM radiation that are not lensed by atoms but larger and smaller configurations of matter and energy-- we already know this. The more complex the mechanism responsible for creating the EM signal is, the more tunable properties the signal carries. A specific material can add multiple layers of information to a EM signal.

Remember that sound is a wave with a single property- vibration of mass. Light or electromagnetism has 2 components, at least- one electric and one magnetic. They exist in right-angles and their codependent relationship determines the behavior of the signal.
Computers use this same logic system to encode bit data on an electrical signal. The universe uses this method of harmonics and phases in virtually all observable energy systems.

The reason other playfully ignorant anons keep talking about the "double slit" experiment is because i'm talking about EM polarization, but this is basic groundwork not application. Photon refraction has almost nothing to do with isometric interference in practice.

As humans we do not usually "see" the behaviors of energy traveling faster than light. The closest we can get to tangibly interacting with these kinds of particles are found in liquid mercury and nuclear doped quartz. Mercury's inner valences spin at relativistic speed.

Basically, you need to understand that EM has interactable components that are accessed when light traverses through time (one example.) The other components of EM states are expressed in other ways (one we know of are quantum perturbations)
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>>37990868
I always suspect that it was all blown apart by a space alien energy weapon, fired from the upper atmosphere.
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>>38023814
>Remember that sound is a wave with a single property- vibration of mass. Light or electromagnetism has 2 components, at least- one electric and one magnetic. They exist in right-angles and their codependent relationship determines the behaviour of the signal.
i couldnt help but think of the variable oscillation overlays that generate mandelbrot fractals well reading this
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>>38023814
one qualm though, how do you go faster then light when the speed of light is not a speed? its the asymptotic of the variable time as a function of acceleration portion of the speed = distance travelled per unit time thingie, not an actual speed you go faster or slower then
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>>38023656, the post >>38023814 was in reply to you. Here is cont'd;

>How does matter encode information to the non-interacting components of EM?

This is where modern physics is struggling. In order to explain the emergent and information-dense properties that are aligned with EM, the entire quantum realm was born. Many theoretical particles, forces and attenuations dominate this landscape-- but the important feature to recognize is that even quantum physics clearly associates the uncertainty of 'quantum froth' directly with the behavior of light. Light is the "tip of the iceberg" of the relativistic domain and is often thought to be the most obvious and interactable, but really the energy that photons come from is in a totally different configuration that is not time or space-dependent. This information changes due to conditions of energy-conducting materials just like visible light stops being relativistic whenever it encounters energy/mass. The higher organization forms of energy collapse and can be retrieved in other positions of time and space, just as a EM wave can retain its information-dense polarity and frequency after absorption in a valence.

>But does it work?
The actual physics involved is fairly simple. First address the fine structure constant and realize that all atomic structures are simple energy systems in resonance. The position and behavior of an atom's barycenter through time expresses all aspects of the atomic structure.
Heavier atoms have more tones in their carrier signal. When EM or its larger bulk of "hidden" relativistic energy interact with atoms, the specific properties of the energy lead to elastic changes. This is all very obvious to anyone who took physics/chemistry.

The question is, how does consciousness interact with this energy? The energy that drops into our reality as various quantum expressions (electricity, gravity, magnetism, etc.) are all contingent on very small changes in the states of EM configurations.
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>>38023940
The human body is a prism for relativistically unbound energy in the same way all materials are a prism for light refraction. The fundamental energy that causes all deterministic things to happen and all energy to take on modes that affect changes in reality are being used conformally by all objects and energy we see. We are part of this fundamental fabric, so our ability to influence it is intrinsic. We are more complex electrically than most of the so-called "dead matter" that is not electrically active-- but even then, all things do have a degree of EM presence.

You will realize at some point that electromagnetism is an analog for consciousness, so electromagnetic systems of increasing complexity are increasingly more aware. It is extremely hard to deny this as being true. It also implies time and space are not important to the existence of life in the way we typically think.
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>>38023881
You're thinking in the wrong terms. Read the context I gave;
If something is "traveling faster than light" that means it is faster than light in the same media. X-rays, for example, are faster than light because a visible light photon and a x-ray photon will traverse a refraction medium at different intervals.
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>>38023683
You are already doing it, but the effects of it are often too mundane to be noticeable. The more you understand your own cognition and altered states of consciousness the better equipped you will be to see your own ability for what it is. There is no dogmatic approach to understanding, it is purely based on will.

You can increase your awareness by doing all kinds of activities, but some are better than others depending on the person.
Once you know what to look for you will notice the effects of your will all around you. Events and ideas on the fringe of knowledge will converge in highly organized and self-affirming ways.
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>>38024024
>As humans we do not usually "see" the behaviors of energy traveling faster than light. The closest we can get to tangibly interacting with these kinds of particles are found in liquid mercury and nuclear doped quartz
i read these as juxtaposed, my bad
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>>38023862
Also consider 'scalar waves' if you haven't heard of it. They are achieved by adding a longitudinal component to a EM wave. To do this you need a directional electromagnetic field source to oscillate rapidly between 2 fixed positions. In mechanical terms this is a nightmare. In practice this is achieved by charging a toroidal magnet with low frequency high voltage power.
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>>38024208
or a hurricane
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Better yet
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>>38024208
could you offer more detail on how
>achieved by adding a longitudinal component to a EM wave
> Light or electromagnetism has 2 components, at least- one electric and one magnetic. They exist in right-angles and their codependent relationship determines the behavior of the signal.
differ? or is it as simple as a 3rd dimension of oscillation along the lights vector?
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If you have read along this far and are giving this idea of consciousness being inherent to energy true ponderance, you should sensibly have the question:

>If consciousness is electromagnetic and follows the inverse square law like any radiation, we should be able to perform a valid experiment to prove this

Such an experiment would ideally require a systematic test involving a large number of people in urban areas. For example, have 500 people focus on the idea of reducing crime and then compare crime statistics. Rule out seasonal or random events and repeat the test in as many cities and different time periods as possible.

Well, this has been done. The phenomenon is known in science as the Maharishi effect. Testing has occurred in dozens of isolated studies all over the world for nearly 50 years. They all prove conclusively that a very small segment of the population in deep meditation can influence the behavior and statistical likelihood of crimes and accidents.

The studies appear to demonstrate that 1 individual in meditation can influence 100 others. This also explains the reverence of monks in Eastern traditions; the idea that a community bands together to support a few who pray for everyone has been applied in human culture forever.
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>>38024292
>simple as a 3rd dimension of oscillation along the lights vector
Correct
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>>38024085
This is carved from one single rock.
It is a diagram showing an earth ground and an atmospheric pole.
It is an energy device.
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it may be a smidge off tangent, but the image of a schumann resonance generator you put up got me thinking - theres this doomer notion that the earths magnetic poles periodically flip based on magnetic crystal alignment scans of the earths crust as its generated around the tectonic rifts of oceanic plates moving apart, if one were to analyze the magnetic crystal alignments in the the schumann resonator posted, would one find a similar pattern of juxtaposed alignments?
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>>38024325
Can you imagine what asia would be like without munks?
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>>38024357
Not just that, but it produces the same stable frequencies when electrical load changes as the earth's atmosphere and the human mind. Some anons will decry this statement, saying it's a classic labyrinth design (which is true) and that any loop of wire will act as a Schumann resonator.

A Schumann resonator needs to be a specific geometry to work. It doesn't need to be very precise in most cases but it should be a concentric manifold. Why? Because you are trying to produce a magnetic field with a specific shape. That shape is roughly toroidal.

The Chartres labyrinth maze can be easily demonstrated to work as one such device by tracing the path of an electron down its track while keeping in mind the laws of electromagnetism. When the electron changes direction, it produces a proportionally greater magnetic moment. Any electrical engineer knows sharp edges collect electrical charges and become magnetic first.

The longer an electron spends in each area of the labyrinth, the stronger the EM field at that position is. Therefore, if you overlay the maze on a grid and measure the dwell time in each cell you will produce a 3-d manifold showing the intensity of the produced field. A torus will produce a very similar manifold, albeit by taking advantage of another dimension. A schumann resonator does the same thing as a torus, just as a 2-d object.
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>>37989949
>Everyone is living a lie, but I am dying for the Truth
kino
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bump
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>>37990815
Yeah that all sounds true and on point, also there is so much in the bible that is very consistent with what's going on with the world right now too.
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>>37990136
>NoN-maTerialiSt ''neUrOscIentisTIs'' OR DEFINITELY MENTALLY RETARDER.
Being a empty soulless subhuman materialist is the biggest cockery and self own on the planet. Not even christ cucks can compete. Gtfo.
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>Cuckury
Fixed
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>>37989938
I have a long 11 Schuman resonance saved on my phone and it keeps getting mysteriously turned off in the middle of the night while I'm asleep, I'm noticing a pattern of things they try to prevent us from doing being really good for mankind.
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>>37990028
Don't you belong in hell or something?
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>>37991508
Someone needs another eternal slumber...
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>>37991545
>Hidden Folks
They live on in our subconscious dreams as aspects of ourselves. I've spoken to a few, Iris, Demeter my beautiful green eyed progenitor
<3, Yggsdrasil/Asherah/The Ash Tree (she gave me a wish and I wished for the most based thing in existence, to destroy evil, I might be written into some kind of prophecy now based on what she said idk or maybe I always was and she knew I'd say that lol) and some Sumerian dude who was 9 feet tall, forgot to ask his name but he had one of those funky golden Ziggur-hats all the statues have. They are very nice to me, I've been trying to get Ishtar to come around, I can fight like hell in my dreams, idk what I'm doing wrong... Sumerian Zaddy was pretty sick though. I begin to miss them as soon as I wake up, they feel like home... I don't care whether anyone thinks it's real or not, I've... seen things... you people wouldn't believe... felt a type of love my parents could never give me...

Try calling a progenitor you can relate to the next time you lucid dream, the results might surprise you ;)
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>>38026149
wut
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>>38023814
bro, give some links to more info about all this shit you've posted
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>>38026405
OP has been nothing but based the entire thread. Colored me impressed as well.
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>>38026498
There is no central repository of categorically true information. Everything has deep context and you really need to think in an open but critical way to apply modern science to these ideas. Learning comes from unexpected venues. Dedicate your time to understanding and you will begin to understand.
Nuclear metamaterials, planetary electrical and harmonic models, magnetic histories of the earth-moon system are worth investigating. The earth's moon once had an atmosphere and magnetic field so strong it shielded Earth and led to the Cambrian explosion. Liquid metal solutions have been used for "cold fusion" since the 1950s; look up 'Lattice Confinement Fusion'

There is a huge amount I do not know. I know the physics is right, I know function of many aspects of their civilization but I do not understand the timeline, if any. Time does not seem that important to an extent versus other properties.
I also know there is massive credence in the information found in altered states of consciousness. Investigating your own cognition and awareness proactively can lead you to monumental realizations about yourself. Every great thinker ever has used altered states for creative thinking and interpretation. Once you hone that skill you can unlock memories and associations that transcend time and reality making much of the task of understanding self-explanatory. However, an intellectual understanding versus an experiential one is just as valid. The aspects must be balanced.

Here are some books that cover a lot of the interpretations of the topics;
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>>38026697
>>38026697
All titles can be found on the Internet Archive at no charge

>Of Beasts, Men and Gods - Ferdinand Ossendowski
A compelling story of the author’s flight from the Bolsheviks and ultimate adventure into the esoteric Eastern world.

>Liber Null and Psychonaut - Peter J. Carroll
This volume is an occasionally disturbing practical guide to “chaos magic” suitable for serious historical study. Full of interesting intersections with metaphysics elevating it far above a simple guide.

>Hamlet’s Mill, An Essay on Myth and the Frame of Time - Prof. Giorgio de Santillana, Hertha von Dechend
Speculative Nonfiction
Far reaching and exploratory, Hamlet’s Mill has inspired many of our times’ most well-known orators on the lost legacy of human civilization.

>Le Mystere des Cathedrales (The Mystery of the Cathedrals) -
A stunning reflection on the constancy of alchemy and magic in human experience. Few authors can discuss the implications of the cathedral building era, but Fulcanelli does so with learned quickness.

>Hypnagogia, The Nature and Function of the Hypnagogic State (2 volumes) - Andreas Mavromatis
A thorough academic investigation of hypnagogia.

>Cymatics - Hans Jenny
A thorough technical examination of the role of vibrational physics or cymatics in the natural world.

Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley - E.G. Squier, A.M. and E.H. Davis, M.D.
Published in 1848, this comprehensive survey of the megaliths and mounds was the Smithsonian Institution’s first publication. A fascinating retrospective on the current paradigm of archaeological research in North America.
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>>38026714


>Conversations with Ogotemmêli; an introduction to Dogon religious ideas - Marcel Griaule
A well-supported look at enduring native religion in the modern age.

>Magic History, Theory, Practice - Dr. Ernst Schertel
A deep dive on the history of esoteric practices which maintains an analytical tone while teaching the functional basis of the Western magic tradition. Abound with references and interesting citations. The first popular English translation of Magic was one of the books recovered from Adolf Hitler’s private library. The vital English edition includes many of Hitler’s actual (translated) annotations, making it an even more powerful read.

>Forgotten Civilization - Dr. Robert Schoch

>The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail - Baigent Michael, Leigh Richard, Lincoln Henry - Accessibility 5/5
A popular and insightful volume on the symbology and history of the Grail myth.
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There is a kind of intentional system that has been used for a very long time to teach the information necessary to manifest the civilization of the Progenitors. This interface has presented itself in modern consciousness many times and is usually transformed in allegory. Almost all of the archetypical structures reflect aspects that allow a contextual understanding of the lessons.

The issue is, you must be systematically prepared to understand on a deep level the significance of images and experience to learn from the system. I will try not to be cryptic now;

Imagine a school. This is the closest idea I have found for what this place is.
This school is made for you; for your level of understanding and cognition. It offers to teach you everything you need to know not only to advance as a human being but to continue advancing towards total mastery. It does this in a single lesson by presenting a combination of lessons and experiences that are exactly suitable for understanding 'true reality.'
And I mean literal lessons, but without concern of expenditure. If you need a hallway 1 million kilometers long to learn the properties of light it will be provided. If you wish, you can spend an eternity listening to the flow of water along different surfaces and from this learn how the energetic world is composed. And you are not just subjected to sensory information in this place, but there are teachers as well. They explain what you see in terms of truth, not supposition.
A classroom without constraints of time and space we can enter at will.

This 'classroom' I speak of is exactly that. It is a place for the immature "soul" to expand and learn before entry into a greater order of even more succinct beauty. This place is not idealized but literal; a place where physics and experience operate closely.

Every one of us contains this school within ourselves. We can, in our minds, constantly access the tools for total improvement of awareness of fundamental reality.
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>>38024325
any coincidence that this seems to fall in line with the proposed idea the latest reddit whistleblower put forth as the reasoning for aliens to be observing us? because what you’re describing here seems to fall in line with the “consciousness weave” they covet for some reason.
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What an absurdly based thread
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>>37989926
OP could you (or anyone else) give me a brief summary of what’s being discussed here? Ancient civilizations had technology that drew on harmonic resonances between individuals and the Earth to enable construction and other activities? Really intrigued but am struggling to find the throughline.
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>>37989926
How did you know about all this things?
I mean, when I look at the graph of the population growth for humanity, I see claerly a linear progress.

The room of doubts for a ancient, pre-historic super-civilization becomes tinier and tinier with any progress of science and humanity studies into history. Literally, we are about to understand the genetic distribution of ancient populations through Y-Chromosome studies with haplogroups. We can now track how ancient populations moved and migrated, shedding light on the mysteries of our collective past.
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>>37994187
yea, it is almost like a flood wiped out large portions of the population, breaking that genetic link, or at least, making it possible to dismiss it scientifically
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>>38026396
Idfk bro... I'm just some schizo... don't mind me
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>>38026396
If I have an audience, maybe I can convince them that we miss them, we're sorry and we need their help.

>The Kings Pact binds them
every time they appear in my dreams a piece of technology dies in my house, it's quite a beautiful thing honestly, well apart from my RTX 2080 dying lol, that was a pain in the ass. These things must happen though, we've evolved in an injust and improper way. Taking a hammer to your smartphone isn't going to do the trick but what OPs talking about can release them.
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>>38028714
just read the thread mate
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>>38028768
>when I look at the graph of the population growth for humanity, I see claerly a linear progress.
You are seeing the rise period in a long sine wave. Perhaps there are more humans on Earth now than in times past, but I find it unlikely given the 300,000+ years that biologically modern humans have existed.

Realize that the idea of a constant, gradual rise in population and technology is an assumption that is defined more by what we don't know than what we do. As our ability to look into genetic and geologic history has grown rapidly in the last 30-40 years this assumption has been weakened not strengthened.

Either way, population numbers do not correlate with advancement.

>We can now track how ancient populations moved and migrated
Think about the range of societies on Earth today. We have nations building huge technological installations like particleaccelerators and fusion reactors.
At the same time, we have tribes all over the world that have never seen an electric lightbulb.

This paradigm has been the norm for a very long time. Advanced technology (or more accurately, technological capability) exists alongside societies with no interest in technology.

Modern thinking does not really integrate this fact, because it describes a situation where we are tracking the most accessible and obvious phenotypes of extant populations. What about the phenotypes that no longer represent modern population groups? Will remains of those with elongated skulls ever be subjected to these tests? Even if they are, you need other lines of study into these populations to understand their place in history and this work simply is not being done in academia.
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>>37991508
>Suck my fucking dick liar. Only retards believe your fucking trash that you stole telepathically or through demons/ who gives a fuck? Only retards will believe you and you will be judged for the scum you are

Pot calling cattle black
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>>37993770
>anunnaki aka space jews.
I thought they were the good guys? Its the reptilians who are the potential "space Jews".
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>>37994149
>Dune
Fucking lol. Go back.
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>>37994154
Interesting. Did he create Jews too? That'll make everything come full circle.
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>>38005201
>glowies
This is (you).
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>the woke reaches /x/
You don't even know what "woke" means.
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>>37994266
The irony.
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OP care to explain the "woke" and "anti woke" movements? Both smell like two peas in a pod. One is about "accept my propaganda NOW" and other is just "the propaganda of the past was true so NO". When you break it down both are almost cut from the same cloth desu.
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>>37996058
>Qin and Kim were both White Nations
I believe they had to be black, Indian or oriental. I've heard whites came later around the time the reptilians took over. Darker skin people are the original inhabitants of the earth and that "whites" are a result of propaganda shenanigans by evil demonic aliens, which is why that group of people rule the world currently. (And why there's so much war and propaganda as well. Pale skin isn't a natural evolutionary path for humans. Same with green skin. At least from what I heard. Thoughts?
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>>37998469
You are not allowed to question the flawed narratives of main stream science or religion otherwise you are X or Y and be put into your place. Obey, maron.
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>>38015825
Literally in plan sight
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>>38015288
He did address in the beginning of his post, you fucking dumbass. I swear to god, /x/ is the lowest I.Q. board on 4chan.
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>>38032874
>Samefagging?
Hope not.
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>>38015439
NTA but if they were so powerful and knowledgeable then how did they disappear without leaving a trace of said technology? What's left of those ancient civilizations are just rocks. Also what happened to them? The great flood? They seem to have been wiped out globally if you assume the civilizations left afterwards weren't the real deal like Egyptians and Aztecs, etc
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>>38035131
The Bible describes 3 or 4 cataclysms in the book of Genesis.
>The Fall out of Eden, which is associated with some kind of transgression which resulted in altered/initiated consciousness.
>the Flood of Noah. Which is associated with the genetic miscegination between mankind and non human entities.
>the Tower of Babel, which is associated with excessive technological potential.
>Sodom/Gamorah, which is associated with hedonistic excess.
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>>38035131
Most of the assumptions you carry into this tract of thinking are flawed.
>how did they disappear without leaving a trace of said technology?
Do you understand what would be remaining of their 'technology'?
>What's left of those ancient civilizations are just rocks.
If you were reading along the whole thread it will be apparent many aspects of their technology have remained. The reason we don't find complex objects that are undeniably technological in origin (not just crafted with technological tools) is because most of their technology relied on distributed systems that interacted with natural phenomenon.

Not to mention our technology today almost completely avoids all applications they used, making it difficult to properly identify.

There is also the feature of bias in our modern approach to thinking. We claim to understand things like long term geology, electricity and magnetism, isotopes, etc. And because we "understand" these things we are comfortable making assertions about other civilizations with entirely different values.
One example of the lunacy of modern ideation is around nuclear activity. Modern historians argue vehemently that it is impossible for any past civilization to have applied nuclear technology because there is no isotopic record in sea ice, which starts in the 1940s.

But this backwards attitude assumes whoever mastered the atom in the past would have done the exact same things with it that we did; test, detonate and build nuclear weapons on an industrial scale while also tasking massive amounts of dirty infrastructure to producing weapons grade material and dump contaminants into the atmosphere.

>if you assume the civilizations left afterwards weren't the real deal like Egyptians and Aztecs
It's not an assumption. The Egyptian Kingdoms describe themselves as an inheritance culture, same as those in S America and other places. They built on top of work that predated them.
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>>37989926
Anything to say about Sardegna and the Nuragic civilization?
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>>37998469
“Ashkenazi’s don't read the Bible outside the talmud, so their interpretations are usually wrong. This is why they can't figure out that Edom and Amalek are Semitic groups that have nothing to do with Japheth, the father of the Europeans. Edom and Amalek are just catch-all terms for whoever they hate at any time and for any reason.”
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they knew how to conjugate waves
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>>38038059
That's like saying a master author knows how to play tic tac toe
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>>37989926
>between 10,000 and 35,000 years ago
>which allows human will to exert itself across cosmic distances without violating physical laws

Many of the things you say are cringe af, some of the things you say are valuable, put that on a scale before you try to make a long post, if you are a glowie well, then just keep doing your boring ass job for what's left.
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>>38040889
>cringe af
Very valuable insight, OP should immediately take notes
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>>38040889
imagine posting a nothingburger comment like this in a truly epic thread just to say "i don't like some things but i wont be specific, glowie"
that's some actual glowie behavior



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