posted on Mar, 18 2018 @ 08:00 AM
Good morning from a very cold UK, although not much snow where I live.
I have been popping in and out of the rabbit hole since I guess the mid to late 1960s - think original Dr Who got me started then there was original
Star Trek and having a dad who believed woman were equal to men meant although he had no interest in sci-fi he as an electronic engineer was
interested in how the universe was created was all for me learning anything I wanted to. Mum not so keen but as an avid reader she was happy I wanted
to read and learn so also encouraged my studies - just wished they were more feminine. He was the one who first told me the many earth theories when
I was about 7 ( am 61 now, an ancient in my own. way)
Dad was convinced that people and objects could slip between dimensions from one earth to another and sometimes they came back and sometimes they
I have always believed there is more than we can see and quantum physics /mechanics( which I am nowhere near clever enough to study but at least able
to understand ) was a great thing to me.
I studied archaeology - the Near East and Egyptology at University and got so mad the way that mainly they felt ( then, a bit more open now just a tad
though) that they knew exactly our history and everything that did not fit was either put down as a religious artefact or put away and ignored. I
still have around one essay from my first year where I put a conclusion from the evidence I presented that had my lecturer write - ' and the moon is
made from green cheese' on it. Many years later proof that showed my conclusion was right ( not got the essay to hand and I forget exactly what it
was but some finds that eventually were deciphered proved I was right - plenty of others had said the same, nothing brilliant on my part but I dared
to put it in my essay and so I learnt to make sure I only ever put the conclusions they expected, never to think outside the box ( well not put it
down on paper for them to read). I met a few like-minded souls there but most sadly eventually followed the party line as you might say to ensure
they had a career as even a whisper could ruin a reputation. I never had the career in archaeology as life took me off in a different direction, not
one I really wanted but family in need meant I either choose to put myself first or help them so no choice really.
I lapped up Erich von Daniken books not because I believed in his ancient astronaut theory but because it showed me all the OOParts that had been
hidden away. I give more credit than he ever did to mankind and his ingenuity and intelligence.
I do believe there have been massive civilisations here on earth which thrived, reached a peak then either declined due to man's greed ( be for
riches or power) or were wiped out by some catastrophe ( some I am sure self inflicted) leaving only stories and few artefacts to show they were
Life, of course, gets in the way of ones learning of non mainstream or so I pop down the rabbit hole when I can then pop up when I must and its sadly
been quite a few years since I had the time for more than odd bits of reading but now I do have the time so back down I go.
So there you have me in a nutshell.
Lovely to meet you all and was very happy to learn about Quantum Cavitation as that makes so much sense to me as I have some memories that don't jive
with the history books and thought it was me going gaga until I heard about the Mandela Effect, but until I read about QC in a post here earlier I
had never come across the theory ( way behind on what is happening in the quantum universe'