Juanter wrote:I had read somewhere many current anthropologists theorize that the extension of the neaderthal was directly related to the creation of homosapien. I.E. homosapien's hunted neaderthal to extinction. Is this your belief? If so why would our species of done this, because it is simply part of our reptilian make up? Or did neaderthal man get some assistance from the LM and morph into our current day yeti/bigfoot? That could be a great reason they still hide from us, given the fact we tried to wipe them off the planet.
I agree with Lloyd Pye's conclusions
, regarding Neanderthal. They are not extinct and still have a thriving population. Man just drove them out of the areas that man likes to live in.
Indications are that man was agrarian in his early days, but there was a radical change to the environment that wiped out most of the natural vegetable sources. Only then he took up hunting and ranching to supplement his diet (the Sumerian texts reference this, and hence the sacrifice to the Annunaki of herd animals--food shipments). It would seem unlikely that man would hunt Neanderthal for food; more likely a dispute over arable land, and since man had some advanced tools and tech from the "gods," had the advantage and drove Neanderthal off to the more inhospitable parts of the world, where we know them as Bigfoot today. I do not believe any morphing was necessary, as the reconstructions of Sasquatch from photos are almost an identical match to the Neanderthal skeletal remains.
Juanter wrote:Also, I am trying to get my head around your theory on reptilian ascension, or rather their lack of ability to do so. As I understand it, they are like the Cylon, in that they "download" conciousness to shell bodies or something similar. You say they do this because they can't ascend. Is this a false belief on their part?
It is not that they can't ascend, but CHOOSE not to:
As near as we can figure it, they are still a collective, group mind structure. As such, they have individual, spatial consciousnesses but share a temporal, group soul. Think of it as ants, bees, or the Borg... when the spatial structure dies, the personality is retracted back into the group soul and any "customizations," such as personality, memory, identity, are assimilated back into the collective, then reincarnated as another "generic" being, to do the work of the collective--not the individual. Somewhere along the line they figured this out, and like the Cylons on the Battlestar Galactica "re-envisioned" series, just download their consciousness into another, material body before death can initiate the reincarnation process. That way, their personality continues on indefinitely, with the added advantage of really good camouflage--they will not be immediately recognized in their new "incarnation." It may very well be that the SAME people have been running this world for centuries, just wearing different "clothes."
So, as a free-will CHOICE, they are in harmony with universal laws.
Juanter wrote:What is your understanding of why we have the ability and they don't, especially seeing as we are at least partially created by their dna?
Yes, I agree we have the ABILITY to ascend, but in all honesty, most aren't putting that ability to use.
IMHO, materialism is like an anchor keeping people tied to the dock of 3rd density--if you're not willing to give up cable TV and your iPod, then you are pretty much agreeing with the same, Saurian principles of CHOOSING NOT to ascend. The genetics is not really relevant, as that only defines the mind/body complex. It is the spirit complex that needs to make the choice, or as they say in medieval Latin, the animus
. And if you look it up, animus is the same word for BOTH "spirit" and "intellect." The ancients equated the two concepts--and for good reason.
Look at the NWO agenda... commercialism, materialism and dumbing-down education. Tie you to the dock, and make sure you do not have sufficient intellect to realize you've BEEN tied to the dock, so the only choice you can see is THEIR way, or the wrong way.
I'll leave you with two quotes to consider:
Nelson Mandela wrote:Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world.
Anatole France wrote:An education isn't how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It's being able to differentiate between what you know and what you don't.