seeker1117 wrote:Now, THAT's an excellent episode! I'm a happy boy. Most everything in the entire second half was new material to me. Something I'll gladly watch again! The caves in India, the Ethiopian carved-out churches, the Baalbek (sp?) "Landing Pad"...all new information to me, and all of it quite compelling. All in all, I'll give this one a gold star, and will look forward to having it on DVD to watch again!
dreamoutloud wrote:And yet my family says I'm nuts! Yet they believe in the Bible... Adam & Eve, the serpent, all that! Why is believing in aliens crazy, but not the Bible? *sigh* (Sorry, had to vent there a moment.)
There is a place in Egypt called Abu Ghurab, probably most of You know it, but it could be nice if they can show it in AA. Stephen Mehler (egyptologist (actually khemitologist)) said that this could be a place "when Anunnaki came to Earth" and he has no problem whit the age of this place, it could be very very old. This altar? shows exactly real 4 directions NSEW.
maxmercury wrote:I am looking forward to this episode as it seems to have a lot of new and fresh material going into it. The season looks to be picking up now.
Bob137 wrote:There is a place in Egypt called Abu Ghurab, probably most of You know it, but it could be nice if they can show it in AA. Stephen Mehler (egyptologist (actually khemitologist)) said that this could be a place "when Anunnaki came to Earth" and he has no problem whit the age of this place, it could be very very old. This altar? shows exactly real 4 directions NSEW.
That has been on the History Channel before, just not sure if was an Ancient Aliens show, or another one?
Bob137 wrote:I agree Max, on moving those stones, most academia will probably say they filled the area with sand, and moved them into place, then removed the sand. Which to me, would not be the way I would have done it, or anyone I have ever known in my life time, would not do all that work, for all the money in the world,without heavy equipment, and some other technology to lift them suckers!
Bob137 wrote:Actually the only thing there is a couple cranes that could lift them, but not transport them, the only things that could transport them, are the space shuttle movers, which are very, very slow moving, then again, to get both the biggest crane, and that mover to do this, would cost in the multi-millions, or billions of dollars, and that just ain't gonna happen, so to me, it is still impossible to do in our time, due to the cost basis. So the statements of that we cannot do this today, is still correct in that way!
seeker1117 wrote:In regards to this, Casteneda had an interesting thing to say: Don Juan told him that the "spiritual presence" that makes people feel this sense of "awe" is simply something he called "The Mold Of Man"...not sure if it was the third or fourth book in the series, but the gist of the story was that Casteneda was in his "altered state" from one of Don Juan's blows to his upper back, and saw the shining, brightly lit figure, and felt the need to fall on his knees in front of it in a worshipful manner, feeling as though he was in the presence of something "holy"...Meanwhile, Don Juan and cohorts were standing to the side, laughing their butts off at him, telling him he'd simply seen "the mold of man" for the first time. Think of us as a species being energetically 'injection molded' into a certain (human) form. Like a mold or stamp at a factory. Our energy goes through that mold and we come out "humans".
What I got out of it was this: Don Juan's idea was that we are "luminous eggs" of energy, composed of fibers of energy in an egg-like shape. On this "energy egg" is something called an "assemblage point"...or "focus" point. That point is the point where we (as humans) automatically focus all our attention in order to "assemble" this world of illusion that we cohabit together. Learning to focus on another spot on the "energy egg" was the whole key to his form of "enlightenment" which went beyond any forms of "god energy". In this example, Casteneda had his "assemblage point" bumped just a tiny little bit, and saw the "mold of man". The mystics of all the religions, in Don Juan's thought, are all stuck on their knees, worshipping the "mold of man" and can't get past that point to see what else there is...if they could move their "assemblage points" further, they would see that "the mold of man" is not "God" and would go on to be truly "free" in a spiritual/energetic sense.
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