Whatever you think about the History Channel’s Ancient Aliens series we can all be happy that some hardcore theorizing will be hard-fought far into the future about all the strange artifacts early history has left us. At the end of September a Youtube film was released called Ancient Aliens Debunked by Chris White. The film attacks the points made by Ancient Aliens experts and claims the whole shebang is deceptive. Here is the film:
This is great! We may not be too concerned too much whether there were/are aliens here or not but we love to see the researchers and experts get emotional and snarky because it causes them to dig into the details of strange history. And it is true that standard interpretation of academics is sorely lacking on many of these topics, that is what has made the alternative researcher niche and the series so popular.
In 1938, an archaeological expedition led by Dr. Chi Pu Tei into the Baian-Kara-Ula mountains of China made an astonishing discovery in some caves that had apparently been occupied by some ancient culture.
Buried in the dust on the cave floor were hundreds of stone disks. Measuring about nine inches in diameter, each had a circle cut into the center and was etched with a spiral groove, making it look for all the world like some ancient phonograph record some 10,000 to 12,000 years old. Definitely something that could not be made by cavemen.
The spiral grooves actually turned out to be composed of tiny hieroglyphics that tell the incredible story of spaceships from some distant planet that crash-landed in the mountains. The ships were piloted by people who called themselves the Dropa, and the remains of whose descendants, possibly, were found in the cave. According to one account, the caves may have been artificially carved, and were more like a complex system of tunnels and underground storerooms. The walls were squared and glazed, as if cut into the mountain with a source of extreme heat!
So there you have it people, Further (possible) evidence that Aliens are a huge part of our history. Can’t the government please just show us some proof already and stop driving us crazy?
Are they random space junk that fell from the sky? Could they be spare parts of an alien ship? Or maybe they are a form of ancient currency? Nobody knows for sure but for the past few decades miners in South Africa have been digging up mysterious metal spheres that measure about an inch or so in diameter and some are etched with three parallel grooves around the equator.
So far, only two types of spheres have been found: one is composed of a solid bluish metal with flecks of white and the other is hollowed out and filled with a spongy white substance that disintegrates into dust upon contact with air. What’s even more amazing is that is that the rock in which they were found is Precambrian (theearliest of the geologic ages) – and dated to 2.8 billion years old!
So basically these apparently man-made objects date back to a period in earth’s history before the existence of intelligent life and are baffling scientists around the world due to their complexity and the fact they are made out of an extremely hard nickel-steel alloy that cannot be scratched and does not occur naturally and is of such a composition that excludes any meteoric origin. They simply DO NOT fit into any conventional prehistoric time-scale. So what are they exactly? Who knows but it would be very surprising if some sort of extra-terrestrial species was not their original owners…
How is you luck treating you lately? Do you think about yourself as a lucky person or as a person challenged at every turn by fate? Is there any special thing you do to increase your odds on a particular day or in a particular situation? Do you think your good luck or bad luck comes from some source or from karma in this life or a previous one? Do we have free will with any possible future or is our destiny already written?
Perhaps luck is a bit of a mask that covers the truth of our successful or unsuccessful activities. If someone is in a negative mode of activity, it may attract bad things and the negative emotions may carry on in a downward spiral of unwanted events. Likewise, someone on a roll, seeing only positive and feeling great has a good chance of continuing with their success and “good luck”. Ascribing failures to bad luck allows us to get off the hook for them. And modesty may make us say that good luck helped us in our successes.
A lucky person would be emotionally balanced and functioning well in all capacities while the unluckiest people may be emotionally unstable and dysfunctional. But often we consider luck to be what happens to us that is out of our control. Or can we control it? Many religions of yore contained rituals to influence the future. Prayer, shamans and witches all do what they can to connect with the divine in order to shape events in our favor. Even atheists may believe in the power of positive thinking and envisioning success.
Many religions and schools of thought think that your luck can be influenced, and scientists may even agree (for sure some won’t agree, saying that events are purely random). There are plenty of techniques to choose from if we want to try and influence our luck or our future. It is left to us then to choose a tradition, try a New Age method or work on a new method. Of course, to start we have to achieve mental and physical balance in our lives and move forward from there. Try it. Change your luck, write your future.
Here is an excellent video from Project Camelot, a good resource for all of your alternative perspective ideas about the world now, in the past and into the future. Project Camelot is interviewing Joseph P Farrell, who has produced a very impressive body of work that would be labeled “alternative history” in the bookstore.
I recently read one of Joseph Farrell’s more recent books – Genes, Giants, Monsters, and Men: The Surviving Elites of the Cosmic War and Their Hidden Agenda, and I enjoyed it and wanted to find out more about his research so I decided to look for a video interview. The video is not all that new and when I heard what the topic of the video was, the Nazi Bell, I was not all that excited (I’ve seen too many boring History programs about Nazi military escapades) but decided to give it a try because I wanted to see more from Farrell. We’ve covered a bit of Nazi occult information, with the Nazi UFOs, but I knew nothing of the depths of the Nazi secret research programs and I found the interview to be extremely interesting.
Here’s another interview from George Noory’s Coast to Coast program. In this one, Farrell talks about one of his more recent book from last year – Genes, Giants, Monsters and Men (he has published 2 or 3 more since then, I don’t know if we can keep up with him) and some of his other books putting together the theory of an ancient cosmic war long before the history we know of on Earth. But if you want to sleep at night maybe you should avoid all this stuff because otherwise thoughts of all these otherworldly overlords controlling our humble human lives may keep you awake.
Still need more? Here is an enormous archive of radio show recordings covering all of Farrell’s books and much more at The Byte Show
Remote viewing is the ability to use extrasensory perception to access information from sources remote in space and time. Simply put, it is using psychic ability to fish information out of the matrix (akashic field, univeral source field, or ether). There are many techniques, different structures and protocols to follow and there are definite skills and rules to be learned in order to practice remote viewing effectively. Anyone interested in life beyond the material world should have a look at remote viewing.
Here’s a video where remote viewing is briefly explained and put on trial:
Remote viewers admit that as little as 20% of the information gathered may be correct and that the psychic information needs to be combined with other sources of information. Working with groups of remote viewers will increase the chance that the results will be accurate.
This may sound very unreal and/or unlikely, so what about the skeptics? Psychologist Ray Hyman is the analyst that was hired by the Defense Intelligence Agency to evaluate the Government’s program that reproduced a report recommending canceling any such research. Michael Shermer, founder of The Skeptics Society, has participated in remote viewing sessions and done television programs analyzing its viability. He remains skeptical of course and but his report was rather inconsequential and even had me more leaning toward the possibility of its effectiveness than against. Also, the fact that the military took its disciplined approach to developing psychic spies for so long seems to suggest that there might be something to it.
Here is part 1 of Shermer’s program (there is a little more about Hyman and the government program):
I think this is an excellent phenomena that everyone can try to seek their own answers for themselves and possibly enrich their lives. If, in practicing remote viewing, we find evidence that their is a matrix of consciousness beyond our physical bodies, then those of us who are atheist or agnostics would probably want to look for explanations about how this could be.
There are many workshops (which tend to be a little expensive) but also online video programs and books to help people learn the methods. While the protocols for remote viewing are not easy to learn this may be the best way for any of us to investigate the paranormal or the otherworld.
Here is a short video about Ed Dames’ prediction of the Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan:
And another one about testing Joseph McMoneagle’s remote viewing:
You may have heard of or seen the George Clooney and Ewan McGregor film The Men Who Stare at Goats. Despite whatever you may think about that film the general idea behind the movie is true, that the military tried to develop a range of psychic skills for spying.
For at least 20 years, the US military funded psychic investigation of this type and others, and teams of psychics were apparently used for example to find information about the Pam Am flight 103 bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland and to find details about the Iraqi military’s activities before and during the first Gulf War among many many other things. The most well-known program was called Stargate (or STAR GATE) which was ended in 1995. At that time, there were at least three psychics working to gather information with a half million dollar budget, with an office in Fort Meade, Maryland (I’m not sure why 3 psychics in a room would cost so much). The military investigated psychic techniques such as remote viewing, channeling, tarot cards, remote influencing but none of the techniques seemed to spark the fire that remote viewing did. Many other world governments have invested money in psychic investigations as well. Did they uncover anything useful after all that research? We don’t really know how many such programs still exist because they would be secret and their techniques classified of course because otherwise they would loose the advantage that their advances may afford them as psychic spies.
A short explanation of the history from Lyn Buchanan:
There are a large number of former trained military psychics that have come forward with their story about the capabilities of the techniques that were developed. For example, you can find information about the following people related to the psychic ability programs: Leonard (Lyn) Buchanan, Mel Riley, Ed Dames, Joseph McMoneagle, Paul H. Smith, Russell Targ, Ingo Swann, Dr. Edwin May, Pat Price, F. Holmes “Skip” Atwater and David Morehouse. All of these people are former trained military psychics or else people involved in developing or administrating the military’s remote viewing/psychic programs. Even more interesting than the history of the original programs is that nowdays many of these people are involved with private workshops teaching others various techniques across the country and the world. They all seemed to have been dramatically effected by the experience and many of them have written books about their experiences:
This to me suggests the authenticity of the methods: a large group of people formerly working with the techniques in a professional environment truly appear to believe in their effectiveness. Often in interviews, many of them argue convincingly about their experiences and also about the significance of this supernatural information source that they tap into. In turn, this has led many people who are fascinated by the ideas and the possibilities and want to use the techniques in practical ways, to take a shot at learning psychic abilities for themselves. Don’t you want to try it too? See more about remote viewing.
Far off in the brush of the West Africa there lives a tribe of people that have stirred up a lot of interest in their mythology. The Dogon, from Mali, have some interesting beliefs, elaborate rituals and myths. They believe that they are descended from ancient Egyptians and their story goes back further than 5000 years. But do their stories contain actual facts about the solar system and ancient history?
It all started when a couple of anthropologist began studying the Dogon and became very interested in the astronomical information their stories seemed to tell about Sirius (The Dog Star, the sky’s brightest star and a star important to the ancient Egyptians). The anthropologists claimed that the Dogon informed them about two companions stars of Sirius (or Sirius A). This was in the 1930s when the details of these stars were not fully known. Robert Temple wrote a book about it in 1976, called The Sirius Mystery, that popularized the story and got many people wondering. Temple’s book showed how the Dogon’s beliefs could have come from history and tied some of their myths to the ancient Egyptians and Greeks. The existence of the first companion star (Sirius B) is now known, it’s a white dwarf, but it isn’t visible to the naked eye. The existence of the second companion star (Sirius C) is not yet proven but some studies believe its existence is possible. They also apparently know about other invisible solar system facts, like the moons of Jupiter. But even if they did get their information about the stars from the ancient Egyptians how did they, even if they were master astrologers, know about these non-visible phenomena?
That’s where it gets interesting because the Dogon have an answer for that too and of course it involves ancient aliens. The aliens, who were amphibians and are called “Nommos”, came down to Earth from the Sirius star system, where their home planet is, in ancient times just when of Mesopotamia was getting its start. The Nommos explained some details of the stars to the people of those times and that information the Dogon preserve to this day. Many anthropologists remain sceptical, preferring to imagine that the Dogon got their astronomical information from early contact with anthropologists. What a mess the anthropologists may have caused themselves but they will enjoy bickering about it for another decade or so.
So, while not conclusive, the ideas of the Dogon certainly add some fuel to the ancient alien fire and will keep us collecting info to see if we can find more about the what the ancient Mesopotamians knew and if we did have visitors from other star systems. Will the Nommos come to visit us again as the Dogon say?