posted on Sep, 11 2008 @ 12:35 PM
Hi Porst --
I can say that you've found a remarkable article -- but it's remarkably bad. If you dig a little deeper on the topics, you can find out a lot
The writer's belief that cursing can change genetics isn't borne out. There is no Nibiru -- humans have been writing about their observations of
the skies for about 5,000 years (since about 4,000 BC) and nobody has ever reported a planet coming through the solar system.
And no, the Sumerians never named a planet "Nibiru."
The Sitchin story is ... mindbogglingly bad. Gold isn't found in the atmosphere -- it's found in volcanic areas. The writer ignores other humans
(like the Neanderthals, for example) and proclaims a worldwide flood (there wasn't one.)
I wish I could show you the bones themselves -- show you how they fit together in great detail and how the skull is "socketed" on the C1 vertebra.
ANY misalignment up there brings incredible pain and numbness -- and I think you can agree that the human race isn't and hasn't been in constant
pain with constant breathing difficulties and constant leg and arm numbness and occasional paralysis.
Manipulating the neck is VERY dangerous, as many lawsuits have shown.
So what to think about the writer's experiences of being "opened up"? If you are seeking something more spiritual and you are told that dancing
around in circles while wearing scarves and feathers and paint will produce an unbelievably euphoric experience -- then it WILL produce that
experience for you. If you are told that you will get mystical experiences that will bring you closer to your deity while drinking Chai tea, I can
guarantee that your meditations over Chai will open your route to enlightenment on a daily basis.
As I scroll down, I see a picture of a "luxated C1 vertebra." If your C1 (or mine) was "luxated" that much, we would be in severe and constant
pain and would be partly parylized from the head down. A dislocation here is known as the "hangman's fracture" and is almost always fatal: