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originally posted by: sputniksteve
a reply to: studio500
Im speechless. It seems we have much to discuss. I am not sure where to begin.
ITC researchers have referred to The Seven in various articles and books as “angels,” “ethereal beings,” “superhumans,” and “the Rainbow People”. Beyond that, it’s not easy to really understand and describe them from a worldly perspective.
They’re certainly not the stereotypical winged angels of western tradition.
Technician described himself and his six ethereal colleagues to the Luxembourg researchers early on, through a radio contact in 1987:
lLlindberg3 I am not energy and I am not a light being. You are familiar with the picture of two children walking across a bridge, and behind them is a being who protects them. This is what I am to you, but without the wings. You can call me Technician, since that is my role in opening this communication bridge. I am assigned to Planet Earth. Like Living Supercomputers
originally posted by: beetee
Has anyone bothered to compile the rest of the messages? From the past to the eighties?
I've done some due dilligence on the persona in question, and so far it seems pretty solid, from a historical point of view at least.
I found him in the Brasenose College register where is listed as a fellow from 1530.
I also found his "Dean" mentioned in one of the messages, one Henry Man, who was indeed dean of Chester from 1541 to 1546 when he was appointed bishop of Sodor and Man, but was still Dean of Chester for a few years after this appointment.
He has a Wikipedia page here.
I even managed to find a possible burial record for Thomas Harden. He possibly (according to the Brasenose register) went on to be a vicar in Barrington, Gloucester, from 1551. Until he was (probably) forced out for having been married in the great ecclestial purge of 1554 when Mary I came to power.
If it is the guy, he was buried six years later on 8. jan 1560 in Haresfield, Glouchestershire.
I am only adding this because if he ever did produce a book, it was probably done in Glouchestershire.
There are some statements that I need to look into more closely, especially regarding the Sheriff, but it is a bit difficult withouth the full collection of messages.
ETA: There is also another possible burial from Wybunbury, not far from Nantwich, which occurs 2 years earlier in 28th november 1558. This could also be him, and if so he returned to the area around Nantwich after his stint as vicar and lived out the rest of his days there.
originally posted by: CromCruachh
If 2109 are from the future, and they were pretending to be otherworldly type of beings, why would they call themselves "2109"?? Oh, let's pretend we're some inter dimensional beings when we interact with them; but we'll state what year we're from! I think future time travelers would be more prudent then that. Also, If they were us from the future interacting with their history, they'd try to leave the smallest footprint as possible. So why start lecturing about physics and the nature of reality? wouldn't that have drastic consequences to their timeline?
I think this rules out that possibility...2109 being us from the future.
originally posted by: sputniksteve
Pretty unrelated probably but as a side note to my last post I have been thinking lately about human creation and fetus in regards to consciousness. I wonder when it "enters" or merges with the body? Would it be the moment of conception, since a brain and body aren't actually necessary for consciousness to exist, at some point during pregnancy when the fetus is becoming more formed, or even at birth?
Lets suppose that it is some point before birth, I wonder what consciousness is doing or experiencing inside a womb? Is it just like being in a dark cozy room, or more like a 9 month stay in a sensory deprivation chamber? If consciousness is present in the womb and it is essentially doing the same things it does after being born, then that would be a pretty trippy experience would it not? Imagine if its just the same as transcendental meditation or similar where it is free of all boundaries and borders to explore space and time? 9 months of transcendental meditation. That's heavy.