reply to post by hurdygurdy
Yes I think that's more or less the case. If you entertain the idea for but a moment that this technology exists and the power it is capable of then
it does seem entirely logical and necessary for the world to undergo as you say a paradigm shift in consciousness and behavior in order to fully
If the technology is a hoax then of course it also makes a great scape goat that we are "not yet ready to receive".
But let us think logically for just one moment. You have the power the make anyone and anything not exist, to go anywhere instantly, to have all the
energy you need to power anything you want, and there is enough for 7 billion people to have this. Seriously, what happens if you drop that in
everyone's lap tomorrow?
Nobody here clamoring for instant release of the technology can honestly say there aren't serious issues to work out with that.
However it does seem seem like it could be rolled out in small ways first. For example, small power generators in areas that needed it and to replace
more harmful generators. Very small power devices for car or public transport levitation to lessen or eliminate friction and thereby have more energy
I recall Keshe saying in one lecture that if people are willy nilly given the ability to travel throughout the universe willy nilly without being
prepared for it, and any human abused it, we all have to pay for it. Something about other races smacking us down harder then we could ever
It made me wonder if, considering the ancient writings about the Vimana and other records of "ancient" space travel, if perhaps that didn't already
happen and that's how we got knocked back from the stone age from a time when we used to built incredible megalithic stone cities and such.
It's all fun stuff to think about. It's much more inspiring and exciting to ponder, consider and dream of the reality of these things than sit
around grumbling like cynical old men about how everything is a fraud. Maybe Keshe Foundation is BS, but one day it's going to be a reality. One
day humans will understand gravity and the natural processes of the universe, and how to duplicate them.
The thing that makes humans so strange on Earth is that we are inexplicably driven.. madly.. to create technology and to go beyond our home. Whether
we are trying to return somewhere or simply trying to spread out, or both, who knows? But we have this drive and somewhere deep in the memory of our
DNA we know what to do, or at least have been given the capability to figure it out as long as we keep trying.
It's easy to say Keshe Foundation is stalling and making excuses but it's just as true that bringing such a tech and new understanding out if it
exists would be incredibly delicate, challenging, and subject to almost unfathomable resistance from the power structure.
I do like to hope that there is a non-evil "New World Order" type organization out there. A group that wants to help usher in a new age of
enlightenment for the masses, believes in liberty freedom and happiness and individuality and self-express for all, instead of the guys we always hear
about who just want to kill 80%+ of everyone off, then use the remainders as slaves in a dystopian nightmare beyond our worst horrors.