posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 02:36 AM
Thanks for helping me to keep my ground, I'm the original OP of this thread but forgot my old password so I made a new account tonight after watching
Close Encounters LOL. Anyways I understand what you're saying with the vastness of the events, and had I decided to complete the unfolding of the
Syntekian Legacy on ATS then it would have become clear as to how this single planet played such a monumental role in deciding the fate of the
But I've instead opted to release it in illustrated novel format, not graphic novel, just a regular novel with illustrations LOL, and will be
releasing it as a work of fiction, not as a book of universal truths in the nar future, hopefully. For the past 11 years I've interpreted the
messages I've been cursed to receive and have compiled them into this series which by following a group of characters will reveal more about the time
space continuum then has ever been released in any single work before, apart from maybe the histories composed by the Sumerians.
But to clarify why Syntekia was so important is that it existed in a much smaller time frame then the current one we live in now. Syntekia was the
precursor to Earth, one could say the Earth is merely a recreated version of Syntekia.
Prior to the Big Bang there existed only a single galaxy, which much like a dividing cell, over time, grew and divided until it formed a larger
organism. However this change happened fast, almost like a sudden BANG of energy that had been slowly building up like the energy of two tectonic
plates. As a result the original Syntekian Galaxy was destroyed and in its wake began the development of this Universe.
What made Syntekia so vital, and thus what makes Earth so important, is its unique spiritual ability to harbor a Mana tree. This mechanism allows
spiritual life to flow into physical matter thus giving life to a biologic world. It's like the outlet for a machine that allows the invisible force
electricity to give the machine life. Spirits or souls being the invisible force that brings life to biological machines such as you and I and this
damn gnat that keeps pestering me LOL
But it's more than that because it not only allows life to flourish on this planet's surface but also serves as a medium for this entire dimensional
sector of the universe.
Think of it like this, originally there was only one galaxy, thus only one planet was needed to provide spiritual life to all organisms on all planets
that existed in that original galaxy, but since the Big Bang and the creation of this universe things have grown more complex and much larger, thus 12
planets like our own exist that harbor Mana trees within this universe.
Another big difference is the existence of dimensional alternatives and parallels within this universe, the original galaxy was on a set time line,
basically what happened was destined to happen and written in stone, by some un-seen creator, the story is still the same for us, eventually what is
intended to happen will befall us and there isn't anything anyone can do to stop it. However free will comes into play which allows alternative time
lines to emerge for instance when the destined timeline is alternated.
For example let's just say that in 1940 Nazi scientists had managed to develop the atomic bomb and Germany had won WW2. Well they did, somewhere in
the Universe exists a world, not within our own dimension, where this event did occur, the major difference is that this time line, or dimension will
eventually either merge back into the destined time line dimension or completely die off.
Think of time as a bush growing into a sphere from a center. The center represents the Syntekian Galaxy Core, the Big Bang Shell, the 12 largest
branches represent the 12 destined time lines where Mana Tree Earths are located, and the other small branches represent alternate or parallel
dimensions that either rejoin the main branch or come to an end somewhere off in the distance.