posted on Aug, 23 2008 @ 09:00 AM
reply to post by ExoByte
That was interesting, of course based on much assumptions. Hitler indeed was an occultist, he had spirit doctor
which name I cannot recall
right now. I dunno whether Crowley and Hitler actually met or held contact.
I also find Sumerian tablets most interesting, not merely because of alien watchers
but also because much of our traditions both in culture and
religion are based on Sumerian culture and belief system. For example, the story of Noah and the flood is stripped from Sumerian origins; one can
easily read a paraller story about Noah from Gilgamesh, expect Noah is called Utnapistim or something.
I must admit that I merely skimmed through your posts, but nevertheless they were interesting. I might read through them more carefully in a little
bit, and perhaps then I can comment more accurately. Thank you for your contribution.
Originally posted by ExoByte
By the end of this post, you will fall into one of the below categories.
1. You will think this is "cool", "interesting", "shocking" or all of the above.
2. You will reject it outwardly - probably not finishing the rest of the post - because it conflicts with your previously held belief system upon
which you have charted your path in life.
3. You will want to know more
Mark my words, you will fall into one of the above categories or sub-categories, which are merely extensions of the above.
Well, isn't this most likely the case with every "story". You either believe it, reject it or don't make up your mind but look more into it? Such
a grandiose way to express: "Mark my words..." as you would be oracle of somekind
Anyhow, I think I have fallen into the 3rd category of your defination, except it happend years ago
All the best,