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I'm right handed, but was never 'forced' to be lol. It's not fully understood what causes left/right handed usage, but there are a few theories out there that you might be interested in learning about.
I'm sorry but, I'm not following you on this one? Because people are naturally more right handed and linguisticly left brained this would lead you to conclude that UFO's and paranormal event's are real?
How do you know he worked in the secret government? How do you know there even is a secret government of this sort? Because he says so in a book you picked up for $14.95?
David Icke anyone? There's many people you lie. How can any of us be sure your not lying about being friends with an obvious liar.
You need not be conspiring with him. But, it's not entirely impossible that you could be doing nothing more then seeking attention or trying to sound as if you "know" you stuff and have really cool inside "info".
Far from being ignorant. I took the time to learn about both claims. There's nothing indicative that orgone energy is real, that there are alien visitor abductin our livestock or super advanced reptillian overlords from the evil fourth dimension who've been running a secret NWO program for the past 10,000 years and just haven't yet been able to pull one over on us. There's a difference between fantasy and reality. Some people have trouble making that distinction.
Really, and this is why there's over 20 million books sold by a variety of author's all claiming to have this exact kind of knowledge, but 99% don't even tell the same story and nearly all claim to be a big part of it.
No nerve hit. Sorry to dissapoint you. And no, I didn't pick up the information on a debunking website.
What make's you think I haven't looked into both sides? Is it because I came to a different conclusion then you have?
If I'm not mistaken, crop circles are hoax's/man made. The people who've made them have confessed. If super advanced ET were going to try and contact us openly, do you really honestly think he'd ruine a food source crop with an extremly cryptic symbol? I doubt ET is that stupid.
Originally posted by Perturabo
Does anyone actually know where the crystal idea came from? It would be nice to believe that an ancient civilisation had technology like that, but as far as I know, there isn't any evidence for it.
Originally posted by Byrd
Exactly. The information he "channeled" about Atlantis has proved to be spectacularly wrong (he identified a location for it and said it would rise from the sea.) But his cachet was so great that the mystic groups of the time felt he must be right and then THEY "channeled" more information from Atlantis.
He was the one who came up with Mu, I believe, and/or Lemuria. The claims about those have not been borne out by ocean floor mapping. Over time, the claims have gotten more and more incredible, each springing from the others.
Originally posted by Merger
So with regards to Lemuria....i believe to be true...with regards to crystals and atlantis, i believe to be true, however anything else perhaps the lie component of the sandwitch ...
Originally posted by Merger
HOWEVER, you did state this was in the early 1900's? Either this indicates that that channeling technology existed back then 'ie elite did have such technology' or that the spiritual information was coming from spirits/beings whatever....of an unethical nature...or that for their own agenda....
Yes Atlantis did use crystals for technology..... and actually, even though it may not be related, it the cause of the Bermuda Triangle mystery....... apparently there are heaps of certain types of crystals in that area (at the base of the ocean) that it distorts energy somehow....
So with regards to Lemuria....i believe to be true...with regards to crystals and atlantis, i believe to be true, however anything else perhaps the lie component of the sandwitch
Heh, channeling, even though i'd like to believe it, I don't.
The idea of Mu first appeared in the works of the antiquarian Augustus Le Plongeon (1825–1908), a 19th century traveler and writer who conducted his own investigations of the Maya ruins in Yucatán. He announced that he had translated the ancient Mayan writings, which supposedly showed that the Maya of Yucatán were older than the later civilizations of Atlantis and Egypt, and additionally told the story of an even older continent of Mu, which had foundered in a similar fashion to Atlantis, with the survivors founding the Maya civilization. (Later students of the Ancient Maya writings have found that Le Plongeon's "translations" were based on little more than his vivid imagination.)
Lemuria entered the lexicon of the Occult through the works of Madame Blavatsky, who claimed in the 1880s to have been shown an ancient, pre-Atlantean Book of Dzyan by the Mahatmas. Within Blavatsky's complex cosmology, Lemuria was occupied by a "Third Root Race," which was sexually hermaphroditical, mentally undeveloped and spiritually more pure than the current "Fifth Root Race."