Humanity's 2nd Chance

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posted on Jun, 30 2003 @ 10:38 PM
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I've often wondered, What if humans used 2 be super advanced then some1 uses technology in some globally catastrophic way causing the elders 2 decide to start over humanity again... Maybe Atalntis was real then sunk?

Think about it, this could've happened like 20 times already and we wouldn't know... Just as Albert Einstein said "I know not what World War III will be fought with but as for the fourth, it shall be fought with sticks and stones" Maybe it's going 2 happen again...

After humanity achieves a certain level of technological superiority, some1 will misuse it and start the whole cycle over again. Y do we have a gap in history? We have artifacts from about 4,000 yrs. ago up 'till now. Then there'z a gap and it starts up around 20,000 years ago and later back to about 100,000 years.

Where did time go?




posted on Jun, 30 2003 @ 10:49 PM
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Like Escape from L.A. kinda? Where we have the technology to shutdown power, and in the end, everyone loses? I can see that. It makes sense in the religious sense as well, because after the Second Coming, Jesus is supposed to take all his people to heaven to take back the Earth and that's where it essentially ends. For all we know, he takes 2 that he saved, erases the memory and puts them back on Earth to start over again, hoping that it will turn out differently this time. But History Repeats Itself and it will be a neverending loop. It would explain remnants of past cultures still being found buried in different parts of the world. Good topic!! BUt then again, how many times do we screw it up before another animal or being gets a turn? Like a Planet of the Apes scenario? Just a thought.



posted on Jun, 30 2003 @ 11:05 PM
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LOL, Yeah you've got a point, God must get bored w/ humans sometimes... But do u think God would really erase our memories and put us back here... Linda like the whole 'loop 'til u get it right scenario' where each time we mess up God just leaves us here but recreates it again by *copying* evrything but giving our copy's faint memories of the past.... I don't know, just a thought.



posted on Jul, 2 2003 @ 04:17 AM
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I cannot remember exactly, but I think that the Mayas believed that we are in the fifth world and nearing the end of it at that.

DEN OF THE DAMNED



posted on Jul, 2 2003 @ 11:46 AM
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Oh yeah!!,

Thanx for reminding me, the Aztecs have a wierd calendar and they believe the world will be destroyed 5 times...

There are five Suns, representing the five epochs, or five creations of the world. Each creation is called a Sun because the Aztecs believed that it was the movement of the sun that maintained human life. The first sun is the Jaguar Sun, Ocelotonatjuh. During this age, jaguars or wild animals ended the world. The next sun is the Wind Sun, Ehacatonatiuh. During this age, the human race was destroyed by hurricanes. The third sun, the Fire Sun, or Quiauhtonatiuh, destroyed everything in a rain of fire and lava (volcano eruption). The fourth sun is the Water Sun, Antonatiuh. During this fourth age, storms and rain covered the earth. These four epochs were the Aztecs explanation for the universes cosmology before the emergence of humans from the fifth world: pre-columbian peoples such as the Olmecs, Mayans, Toltecs and Aztecs. The Aztecs believed they were living in the fifth and final world. This final age is represented on the Calendar by Tonatiuh, the Aztec Sun God.


I did some research on the Aztecs in high school, that's why I was interested in Quetzalcoatl on the Cryptozoology forum:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

That's a possibility if your into Latin American history/religion.

Tassadar



posted on Jul, 2 2003 @ 12:14 PM
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they were correct, as they are no more....


I'd think we'd find some remnants though, of any kind of ancient technological society on par with, or surpassing todays. And no, I don't accept the pyramids or the sphinx as such remnants, as they could have been done with ancient tools and manpower....

Plastics, metals, etc, these things tend to last a while, and I think we would have plenty of examples around. Imagine if you will, that the cities are all nuked tomorrow. Wouldn't you expect to find some rather tell-tale traces of these cities even thousands of years later...??? Yes, of course....



posted on Jul, 27 2003 @ 02:56 AM
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Originally posted by Tassadar
Oh yeah!!,

Thanx for reminding me, the Aztecs have a wierd calendar and they believe the world will be destroyed 5 times...

There are five Suns, representing the five epochs, or five creations of the world. Each creation is called a Sun because the Aztecs believed that it was the movement of the sun that maintained human life. The first sun is the Jaguar Sun, Ocelotonatjuh. During this age, jaguars or wild animals ended the world. The next sun is the Wind Sun, Ehacatonatiuh. During this age, the human race was destroyed by hurricanes. The third sun, the Fire Sun, or Quiauhtonatiuh, destroyed everything in a rain of fire and lava (volcano eruption). The fourth sun is the Water Sun, Antonatiuh. During this fourth age, storms and rain covered the earth. These four epochs were the Aztecs explanation for the universes cosmology before the emergence of humans from the fifth world: pre-columbian peoples such as the Olmecs, Mayans, Toltecs and Aztecs. The Aztecs believed they were living in the fifth and final world. This final age is represented on the Calendar by Tonatiuh, the Aztec Sun God.


I did some research on the Aztecs in high school, that's why I was interested in Quetzalcoatl on the Cryptozoology forum:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

That's a possibility if your into Latin American history/religion.

Tassadar



posted on Jul, 27 2003 @ 03:28 AM
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I don't know if you watch the show or not, but "I'm with Busey" is pretty funny if you get a chance to see it.

Anyway, on one show I was watching he was talking about the same thing. Something about the Atlantian's and them having technology too far ahead of thier own understanding. Similar to us now by the way. He was saying that they abused the technology or tried something stupid and the result backfired and basically knocked them all back to the stone age. Also mutating our DNA which is why we only use 10% of our brains and stuff like that. I'm sure other cultures would also have thier similar stories. Either wrath of God, or our own tech advancement going out of control or whatever. But it would seem to clear up a few things like why human beings seem so out of place and so unbalanced within nature, while still being so connected and subservant to it at the same time. It would also make sense given human kinds idiotic pursuit of War and Destruction even against ourselves, and still claiming to be so advanced and supreme compared to everything else. I personally have a feeling that animals secretly laugh themselves sick watching us boast about how smart we are, but also cry out of sadness from our ego's stomping around killing everything like mindless children.



posted on Jul, 27 2003 @ 04:08 PM
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Well that would explain Stonehenge and Easter Island being made long ago by and advanced civilization.





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