Homo Sapiens Ethicus-Part 3 of the Anthropology Series

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Re: Homo Sapiens Ethicus-Part 3 of the Anthropology Series

Post by Lozion » Sat Nov 16, 2013 8:51 pm

I've been saying the same thing--something big is coming, but can't tell what.
Well, what does your intuition tell you?
Perhaps it is time to build our own Ark???
Isnt that what a Merkaba is? A shen driven vehicle to accomplish transition to a higher density?
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Post by Ilkka » Sun Nov 17, 2013 4:54 am

Lozion wrote:Isnt that what a Merkaba is? A shen driven vehicle to accomplish transition to a higher density?
I think Daniel means more of an material ark because it was written as an "Ark" with big A on it.

Well, first we need one big "engine" inside it, or maybe we could ask some helpful LMs to haul couple of moons here to pick us up, or Phobos and Deimos to be reconstructed if possible of course.

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Post by daniel » Sun Nov 17, 2013 11:46 am

Lozion wrote:Well, what does your intuition tell you?
Well, because I'm not on the same "timeline" as most of humanity, when I use my intuitive senses I don't see anything coming--because nothing IS coming in that 3D, temporal landscape, from my timeline perspective.

To use an analogy, think of a timeline as a valley between mountain ranges. In one valley, say T1, humanity has built its glorious civilization, with Cabals, Banksters, and corrupt Nobility. But it's a very social place, where everyone likes to hang out, continually distracted by their cell phones, music, television and social media.

Over on the other side of one of those mountain ranges is another valley, T0, which is more "organic," in that it is still full of trees, rivers, forests and plains, and very few people. And the people that are there tend to be individuals, doing their own thing, not engaging in constant distraction as the T1'ers do.

I'm one of those T0 people, so what I "see" with my intuition, still looks good. BUT, what I HEAR is a lot of thunder roaring on the other side of the mountains, getting ready to pour down on that valley and flood everyone out. I can hear the banging and crashing, and it sounds like thunder, but unless I climb up the mountains and peek over the other side, I don't know for sure what is making the racket. And I'm far too lazy to do that! :)
Lozion wrote:Isnt that what a Merkaba is? A shen driven vehicle to accomplish transition to a higher density?
If you look up the literal translation of Merkaba, it's more like "shuttlecraft" and is totally physical. But you are on the right track with a shen-driven "vehicle," but it's more like a U-Haul in that you need to move what is important to your identity into the shen system, so if the body (and/or soul) is destroyed, you still remain yourself. And yes, a soul CAN be destroyed by nuclear weaponry, since the energy it gets is from using an explosion to accelerate a heavy element past the speed of light. In Nature, it's the same effect as the thermal explosion from a supernova, but on a much smaller scale.
Ilkka wrote:I think Daniel means more of an material ark because it was written as an "Ark" with big A on it.
Yes, I was thinking of the Antiquatis "Sanctuary," a remote, physical place where we could get together and save everything we've learned, so that it will not be lost to future generations.

So you've figured out my little "emphasis" NLP technique, eh? Shoot, now I'm going to stop being "deep and mysterious" and go back to being a sewer worker!! :D
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Re: Homo Sapiens Ethicus-Part 3 of the Anthropology Series

Post by Djchrismac » Sun Nov 17, 2013 2:49 pm

daniel wrote::lol: You guys are too much... particularly since I'm sitting here with my glasses on, my pen in hand and notebook on the table, reading these posts. And BTW, since I don't speak "dolphin," I actually call the Nokk contact, Thor!
Hahaha I KNEW it!!
daniel wrote:Second, just LOOK at legends regarding "dragons"... EVERYBODY hates them, as they are always on the rampage and need to be pacified with treasure--just like the Nobles of government, except we call them "taxes" these days. And they're still hording gold in their caves!
That's usually the case although as Ilkka says about Skyrim, the same applies to Game of Thrones which is very popular these days. one of the main characters, arguably THE main character Daenerys Targaryen is also "Dragon Born" and is preparing to re-take the Kingdom of Westeross with her three newly hatched Dragons, all very nasty!

Check out the title too:
Daenerys Stormborm of House Targaryen, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains, and Mother of Dragons.

I'm sure there is a message hidden in the show... the Dragons are returning to re-claim their old kingdom perhaps!
daniel wrote:Remember that rapport does not need artificial borders, it does not need artificial "value" (money), it does not need people to run the lives of other people. The original "agenda" of Enki and the LMs was very simple--the ancient Greeks of Arcadia talked a lot about it in their discourses: it's all about the evolution of consciousness--helping man become all that he can be. That's what you should look for.
Speaking of rapport, artificial money and Enki I really enjoyed Michael Tellinger's lecture at the Breakthrough Energy Conference last night as it covers all of those points. I'm pretty sure he'd feel at home here at Conscious Hugs!:

Michael Tellinger : Ancient technology and the Ubuntu movement
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcD1h9DYitg
maeghan wrote:I've been coming here everyday lately; but have been frequently visiting since this time last year. I can't completely wrap my head around some of the concepts that Daniel and you guys speak of. If I tried harder, I know I could but I don't think it's necessary for my path. The past two years of my life have ben spent researching and learning.
Sounds just like me this time last year! I've read and learned a great deal of material now but still have a lot that needs to sink in as I await my brain re-wiring, it does get easier though but I feel your pain, not easy un-learning what we have learned!
maeghan wrote:I used to visit some sites almost everyday looking for news and now I don't. This past year has been spent mostly fixing broken thoughts and healing. Life has not been easy on me but I guess one must pay their dues to sing the blues. That's where I'm at ... I need to start letting the stream of consciousness flow freely so I can finish my album.
I did that briefly too, looked elsewhere to see what's going on to try and figure things out, until you realize you have all the answers and it's time to get your own house in order before we can work together to fix bigger things. Keep going with the flow and you'll get there. :) Funnily enough i'm a DJ/Producer too, so that's us got three on the forums now?! Haha! If you ever need any help or advice just let me know, same goes for you Lozion.
maeghan wrote:Anywho, I'm curious if I'm the only one here that feels this sense of something big, something is about to happen. I used to think Neal Keenan was the answer; my intuition is now telling me no. Actually I think I always knew. The White Dragons ... come on. I think this 'something big' or 'event' might be a more natural progression but I'm not sure.

I'm curious to hear what you guys hear think. I respect the members of this community; I've been a member since the beginning of conscioushugs' forum, I'm just quiet. Cheers ~ maeghan
I felt that way for some time too, I felt I could sense a big change coming, whether it will be along the lines of a solar shutdown or earth expansion event, something to do with ISON/Enki/Enlil, a solar flare/emp blowing the power grid, a blue-beam deception... who knows?! I decided to stop trying to figure out that part, keep going with the flow of my life and learn as much as I can so that if/when whatever-it-is does happen i'm well prepared to deal with it.
daniel wrote:To use an analogy, think of a timeline as a valley between mountain ranges.
Great analogy, i've been trekking up the mountain for some time and can hear the noise behind me, still only about half way there though!
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Re: Homo Sapiens Ethicus-Part 3 of the Anthropology Series

Post by infinity » Mon Nov 18, 2013 2:54 am

One of the things I'm enjoying so much when reading this paper, is that its not a flare of emotions (excited hope or anticipative fear) that comes up (read fear porn or hope porn here), but its "aha, that makes sense - now I know what happened here or why I always felt like this or that on this topic". It feels like what I was unconsciously aware of is brought to my conscious awareness in a way that is simple, makes sense, and fits together. Things get simpler. More workable. NOT more complicated like most of the stuff we get sold by so many propagators of "alternative media" etc.

On the topic of "gray" as opposed to the typical light/good vs dark/bad stuff, this paper couldn't have come at a better time.

I'm in a relationship where it would have a nasty effect on the other party if I were to leave the relationship, since she's not financially secure enough to look after her own, and I've been struggling with this concept of selfless love and practicing forgiveness vs self-respect. At what point do we stop being emotional punching bags (unmerited of course) for another person and make the decision to move on? On the one hand I find it a useful experience in tempering my character (nothing like false accusations, criticism and rejection to temper your heart's ability to selflessly love and forgive and heal your emotions), but on the other hand I know there's so much better things to spend my energy and time on than constantly being put through these vicious cycles that feel like such a waste of time and energy. And what about marriage vows? Wouldn't it have a major karmic effect to treat it all like it was a business contract that was not honored and cancellation or reversal of it is just a valid conclusion as the fulfillment thereof?

The concepts in this paper touches everything from big to small. From a macro scale to a personal one. It feels like such a big bet to make that leaving the relationship with the right intentions won't have karmic repercussions. How can it not have karmic repercussions? Its difficult when there's so much inner conflict between knowing better and trying to "stick it out" and hoping for the best.

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Post by Ilkka » Mon Nov 18, 2013 10:41 am

Hi Infinity

I dont think I'm the right person to tell anything about relationships cuz never had one myself, but what I do know is that relationships require constant maintenance and "slight" changes. Perhaps you two have had these expectations how you do things and get constantly frustrated about how things dont go according to the "plan". So you two need to figure out how to bring up these "expectations" and work out common grounds to bring back balance in your relationship. Also it requires for change in your aswell her part on personal level, tolerance on somethings that you do and the things that she does. Its hard to know what goes on in someones head cuz obviously everyone thinks quite differently than me. :D

Also I am not much of an emotional guy myself, I want to understand things in alternative view of points(or boxes and outsides of them). Maybe you need to also try to put yourself into her "shoes" to understand her needs more if you dont already or just sit down and talk "fair and square" about each others needs and stuff to make it all work, unless you are too tired to work out those things and require perhaps something more easily managed situation then there must be separation, but something that doesnt hurt each of you too much. It has to go smoothly so that both of you will understand that it is over.

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Post by daniel » Mon Nov 18, 2013 10:57 am

First, I'd like to thank everyone for all the great feedback. It is nice to hear that this research is affecting you in such a positive manner!
infinity wrote:The concepts in this paper touches everything from big to small. From a macro scale to a personal one. It feels like such a big bet to make that leaving the relationship with the right intentions won't have karmic repercussions. How can it not have karmic repercussions? Its difficult when there's so much inner conflict between knowing better and trying to "stick it out" and hoping for the best.
Remember that the higher realms are based on intentions... if you "leave" someone as a punishment to them--the intent to cause emotional pain--then there WILL be karma to deal with.

Consider "projection," and that your partner is just not meeting YOUR expectations, anymore, and you're probably not meeting theirs. If you just leave, then you rip those projections apart, and the dangling ends generate karma. A simple solution is to take back the projections--namely, identify the expectations that are not being met--by both of you. You have to know what you are expecting, and what was expected of you. Then you have a free-will choice--do you want to bend yourself to meet those expectations and continue the relationship, or just decide that it's too big of a bend, and have an amenable separation. No dangling ends, no karma needed.
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Post by PHIon » Mon Nov 18, 2013 12:18 pm

daniel wrote:Second, just LOOK at legends regarding "dragons"... EVERYBODY hates them, as they are always on the rampage and need to be pacified with treasure--just like the Nobles of government, except we call them "taxes" these days. And they're still hording gold in their caves!
I still do not lump all dragons together - the ones who hoard gold and virgins in caves but have use for neither, yes, nothing to like about them (ala "the Hobbit"). I am referring to dragons who may have been teachers to humankind and may have been later hunted by same. This is something I would like to research some more.
After the great flood's waters receded, Nu Kua created legions of dragons that walked amongst mankind to help humans recover and restore order to ancient China. The dragons became humanity's tutors, teaching them essential survival skills, such as agricultural and fishing techniques, while introducing music and art to China's emerging culture. From the heavens, celestial dragons oversaw the world's balance, protecting the Chinese people from natural calamities.
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Post by PHIon » Mon Nov 18, 2013 1:31 pm

daniel wrote: If you look up the literal translation of Merkaba, it's more like "shuttlecraft" and is totally physical. But you are on the right track with a shen-driven "vehicle," but it's more like a U-Haul in that you need to move what is important to your identity into the shen system, so if the body (and/or soul) is destroyed, you still remain yourself.
This reminds me of the "black magic" transfer of personality ritual to another organic form in order to achieve a version of immortality. Transferring the personality (anima) is not the same as transferring consciousness (animus), so limiting the transfer to the personality would keep the person in a one-to-many system (where one being rules many), such as the hive mentality of bees. Like daniel mentioned, a new blade of grass becomes a part of the lawn but does not have individual thoughts on the matter.

In the Avatar movie, a ritual like this is performed where Jake is brought to the Tree of Souls and the Na'vi transfer his consciousness it seems rather than merely his personality to another organic form - his Na'vi body. The movie makes this process seem like a wonderful thing when performed by the "good guys" of the story, but I wonder if this was really an attempt to win support from the public for the idea of this practice in general?
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Post by daniel » Mon Nov 18, 2013 8:23 pm

PHIon wrote:I am referring to dragons who may have been teachers to humankind and may have been later hunted by same. This is something I would like to research some more.
Go for it! If you like, I'll even offer to include your dragon research in a section of the next paper. The eastern side to dragons is very different from the western, and let me offer some pointers from my notes:

Again, you find the three siblings, Tsukuyomi (Enlil), Susanoo (Enki) and Amaterasu (Ninhursag), children of Izanagi (An). Amaterasu (Ninhursag) is the typical "earth mother" figure, and just like her Sumerian counterpart, was into all those things you mention--teaching survival skills, medicine, healing, health, etc. She had sided with Enki on the pro-human stance. If you read the Shinto stories, you find the same story: Susanoo and Amaterasu team up to produce mankind and try to claim "ownership," their brother Tsukuyomi gets pissed and gets Susanoo thrown out of Amano-Iwato (heaven's cave--the SM mothership).

Enki tends to be the ruler of Aztlan (Atlantis, the Americas--not Africa, as others have reported). Ninhursag rules the eastern part of Asia as the founder of the oriental culture, while Enlil kept Europe and Mesopotamia has his strongold. Another SM god ruled Africa, but I'm not sure who it was, yet, as Africans did not keep very good written records from long ago, so you basically have to infer from the existing cultural practices and religious beliefs.

I would also point out that the "good dragon" influence seems to stop around India, where Iza-nagi becomes the leader of the nāgī, the serpent demons of Hinduism and Buddhism. So it does seem to be a regional thing.

Let me know what you come up with!
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