tallpaul wrote:Daniel, et all, where can I research more on the history of the planet (regarding species)?
I would recommend starting with Lloyd Pye
and his work on surviving Neanderthals being modern Sasquatch. You can also diagram out the current system of species development through history, remembering that the time scales are wrong and there is a distinct break when the Annuna arrived, creating Cro-magnon man, genetically (something I've been wanting to do, but have not gotten around to it yet).
tallpaul wrote:I come here nearly every day for the past couple of years. There are a lot of fruitful topics discussed and I enjoy following up the leads when presented. To make it a bit easier to zero in on what I'm speaking of: how about starting with the change that occurred in the 13th century? Here, I am asking more about the change in species leadership vs. the expansion event itself...though relationships between the two events would also be very informative.
From what I've been able to piece together, the SMs and LMs had a long-running war (centuries long) that, for the most part, came to an end during that 14th century expansion event--with the LMs "winning." Part of the treaty was that the Annuna were to leave their Ark (the moon) in orbit, to keep life viable here. It took them a couple of centuries to get alternate transportation off this rock, with the final departure of the gods occurring in the early 1500s.
Due to the conflict, a lot of the slaves in the world were left to the human controllers, whom formalized their bureaucracy in 1110 CE. When the gods lost the war, they lost their actual power given by them--but didn't bother to tell any of the slaves, instead tricking them into believing they still had it (kind of like when Congress declared income tax to be illegal, so the IRS made it "voluntary" and didn't tell anyone, here in the USA).
I haven't yet done the correlation work between the attempt to eliminate the Knights Templar and the expansion event, which both occurred in the 14th century, so there might be a correlation there. (Friday, October 13, 1307.) But that was a definite shift in the power structure of this world.
After the departure of the gods (circa 1525 CE), man was in total control, not much changing since then.
tallpaul wrote:Some information on the "giants" would be valuable as well.
See also, Lloyd Pye. Much of the info on giants has been hidden away in "politically incorrect" literature, such as the Apocrypha. (Did you know that Noah was a giant? Or Adam was only 8 years old when he left the Garden?)
tallpaul wrote:What is your opinion of the "dinosaurs" that we're taught? How did they fit into the scheme of things? I assume their size (if we're not being lied to 100% as usual), was related to the abundance of vegetation available at the time? Was a purpose served with their existence; or were they also a failed experiment?
Interesting question that I have not yet come to any conclusions on. There is a lot of strange stuff regarding dinosaurs... for example, if you read about angels in the Apocrypha, you find descriptions of "god" sending angels down from heaven, about the size of a man, flying around with leathery wings, biting people to make them sick. They would only be cured (by a magic staff) if they accepted god as their king. So if you take that data, something about the size of a man, leathery wings, with sharp teeth, flying around--it describes a Pteranodon. For all we know, ENLIL could be something like a T-Rex, as he was described as amphibious with a head of horns.
Now there are other in consistencies, as we are told that "dinosaurs ruled the world," yet they have only found about 3000 skeletal remains--almost half are pteranodons. They give lots of reasons for this small number, such as the conditions to preserve 65 million years, but when you correct the historical time scale to a few thousand years... well... we should be up to our noses in dinosaur bones. And there are fossils of man alongside dinosaur tracks here in the US... and it has now been proven that fossils only take a few days
to form under the right conditions--not centuries. So the fossil record is now invalid.
So if you decide to research this, please let me know what you find, as it is an interest of mine.