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The more we read and watch about the state of current affairs, the more the conspiracy becomes blindingly obvious.  

 

As the world is moving faster than we can practicably acknowledge, maybe the term 'Reality Theorist' is more appropriate?

 

 

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15 hours ago, Morpheus said:

Fair enough Oz, I just watched this yesterday which gives a different perspective to what you are saying, not that what you are saying is not on point, but there's potentially another side to the story:

 

 

 

This is a 27min video from Gaia ....jumping all over the place , sound bites from a dozen different researchers , each with their own ideas ... The result is the viewer comes away with a jumble of conflicting ideas ...

I'm not sure where this optimistic title comes from " Enki's Gift to Humanity" ... upbeat titles will sell to the public better , few want to face the negative truth...

 

Most of the video deals with the tower of Babel , a time when all researchers in the video  agree ,  humanity were as one , spoke the same language .. Then the ET Gods smite it down , dispersed humanity into separate groups all speaking different tongues ...divide and conquer ..a recipe for eternal wars ....

 

Some researchers want to maintain a positive view of the Annunaki they say some were good , wanting to help humanity , others were bad ... I don't swallow it , it goes against sitchen , von daniken ,and dozens of other researchers including  David Icke ... The Annunaki are all malevolent , and still control things here .  

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Telling stories for entertainment is one thing telling stories to decieve or for self justification is another.

 

The lower picture predates the upper by well over a thousand years and represents King Anubanini   of the Lullubi vanquishing some minor Gutian tribes (both in now what is modern Iran) under the auspices of the goddess Ishtar with the text in Akkadian who were a slightly more civilised bunch to the left a bit in upper Mesopotamia who have left much in the way of writings. He wears a metal helmet, carries a bronze war axe, a strung recurve bow and wears a kilt of many colours. which places the inscription towards the latter half of the 2nd millenium bc. The Gutians got over the shock of this defeat and went on the finally collapse the Akkadian Empire which along with climate change in the region led to a diaspora of Semitic peoples many of whom made their way to the Levant and beyond.

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12 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

Just seen the note from the mod.

Stick your fucking forum up your arse you stupid cunt.

Well done Mr Dust, that is the most direct and to the point statement I've seen you post yet. However the fact you mentioned fucking and then arse followed by the fact you consider female genitalia rather brainless gives me an uneasy feeling. Personally, I don't care if you are gay or not but lets just say Sigmund Freud would have a field day with that sentence .

The other consideration is what would God say about your uncharitable outburst

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We're talking very ancient history. It's also important to bear in mind how much linguistics change. I once found a dated love letter written by an educated 1940s student to his sweetheart. He called her "the most docile woman" he'd ever met. You see, that word "docile" used to mean "sweet". Much later, its meaning changed to "stupid".
Now, both Sitchin and Christien O Brien studied Sumerian. Both men were highly qualified in their field. Fact appears that the Bible was sourced from Sumerian creation accounts. Words had to be interpreted from Sumerian to Hebrew. And here is where it probably got mixed up. Sumerian creation makes no real reference to one God. It states homo sapiens was created to serve practical purposes. That is, labour. From the very murky, fables and accounts, it seems the gods had major disagreements over the decision to create homo sapiens. The reported interbreeding of the renegade gods with females was said to have produced freaks and giants. This is mentioned in Genesis and the Sumerian accounts. Ancient astronaut theorists believe the whole thing was genetic experimentation. My own guess is possibly a race of astronauts arrived on earth thousands of years ago. Could have been very close neighbours. Maybe they were facing threat of extinction and attempted to make an interbred species. Very hard to prove, of course, and very bold estimations. However, it would explain why most ancient cultures (even the Canaanites) worshipped gods. The Greeks for that matter saw gods as manipulating and controlling all from the heavens. On the net you can find some very well researched material by Christien and Barbara O Brien. I read O Brien delved very deeply into ancient maths.

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On a personal note, I was amazed by how much dated (and classic) German psychology was misinterpreted. The classic age was from the 1920s when psychology was a major, world science. I despaired over how many modern-day psychologists didn't realise differences in linguistic meaning. It's a huge mistake to read an old text with modern linguistics applied. You wind up with a very distorted interpretation. And that's just a few decades. What about millenia? Another reverse case mistake we can make is to jump the gun and beat out a theory in the way religion does. We see an ancient drawing and assume the figure is wearing a space helmet. That would also be an error. That's why we need neutrality and open-mindedness. Trying to analyse without any bias. Of course, we see this with the Covid phenomenon. It's now the socially done thing to say, "Stay safe!" To believe 25 years of bacteria evolution can be bypassed by staying apart from others and hiding in a world of fear. This is the danger of "cultural bias". What's required is hard, open minded processing of available information.
My position is the ancient astronaut theory is very possible but, for me, it's not a religion. That is, it may be mistaken. It seems though Christien O Brien kept perspective and did a huge amount of research. To prove it all, however, requires a lot of expertise. To date, the majority is willing to accept the Bible at face value without realisation of sources and cultural factors.

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I consider myself as simply somebody who investigates and analysis facts for myself. I am a free thinker and truth seeker. 

 

Even if my best friend is disputing with somebody - I will not blindly defend my friend, I will defend whoever I believe to be right. 

 

Peace.

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Many years ago, I got very interested in Bud Hopkins. Got hooked on his books. Bud was the first person to get into the alien abduction phenomenon. What he did was hypnotise his clients and "recover" memories they had of being abducted. However, sleep paralysis or old hag syndrome has affected people for millenia. In itself, it's an eery subject but Hopkins may well have encouraged what he wanted to hear. There's a danger of reaching your conclusion first and then gathering evidence. Rather than staying objective. The first UFO hypnostist was a guy called Dr Benjamin Simon who did stay very objective. He hypnotised Betty and Barney Hill after they were suffering from missing time and memory loss. Also the Alan Godfrey hypnosis seemed to me pretty professional and objective. These days though, I'd be more skeptical of the Bud Hopkins books than I was at a young age. It rates as conspiracy though. Hopkins felt human beings were being removed and examined or modified. After came Whitley Streiber with Communion. That book really made a few waves at the time. One good question though is why were most abductees Americans? Why not Ukranians or Mongolians. Was it culturally inspired - B movies meet real sleep paralysis.

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To add, I do believe some UFO sightings or experiences are real. I even have a video I shot on an old mobile phone. Just an orange light. However, the field has been rife with cult leaders and eccentrics. Problem to avoid is cultural bias. Centuries ago a flying saucer would have been a sign of the Devil or sorcery. Rendelsham Forest does seem one of the most credible accounts.

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Hi all, 

I am a student at Central Saint Martins studying Journalism. I am currently researching for a piece on the different theories surrounding the Coronavirus. I would love to learn more about the different ideas and opinions. If you are interested in talking to me, please PM me I would really appreciate it. 

Many thanks and hope to hear from you. 

Best, 

Pia 

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The virus. A conspiracy? My take?
I don't think heads of governments met secretly to pull off a plan to decrease the population. Can't see that working really. Imagine Boris trying to persuade Putin to sign up to the con? Someone, somewhere would spill the beans. Or just say, no. After all, Putin lost family in the hollocaust.
So, what is it? Personally I believe it's mass, social hysteria. I speak as someone who's very involved in neurology and psychology. I will make the explanation very simple:
A person who is highly nervous or anxious usually gets upset stomach, migraine or sweaty hands. Even hyperventilation. They call this the somatovegetative nervous system whereby physical symptoms are caused by neurological stress factors. Now, to treat the symptoms, current practice is to ignore the cause and use medications. Yet, we know in the case above that the trigger is psychosomatic.
I stated before I assume Covid does exist as an evolved type of flu but I also think social hysteria is reproducing identical symptoms. As well as creating stress and weakening social immunity. Not many people are aware that not only can fear and anxiety be transmitted to others but so can the psychosomatic symptoms. Fact. In fact, we already know of cases of mass delusion or mass sharing of symptoms. It happens because neuro impulses can be transmitted and processed physically as well as mentally.
I am now pretty sure Covid is a large part mass hysteria. It's very similar to the 15th century witchcraft mania that tragically resulted in the deaths of innocent victims. Again, this started out as physical illness symptoms and led to mass paranoia and manic hysteria.
Today, I was crossing a pavement and coughed as a woman passed by. She immediately covered her face and recoiled. It's very clear to see.

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