From: William Treurniet <wtreurniet.nul> Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2013 09:45:36 -0400 Archived: Wed, 24 Jul 2013 07:10:41 -0400 Subject: Re: ETs Probes Already In Solar System? >From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul> >To: <post.nul> >Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2013 22:39:03 +0100 >Subject: Re: ETs Probes Already In Solar System? >>From: William Treurniet <wtreurniet.nul> >>To: post.nul >>Date: Sat, 20 Jul 2013 13:38:32 -0400 >>Subject: Re: ETs Probes Already In Solar System? >>These prehistoric beings apparently did not treat humans as >>insignificant insects. Rather, they seem to have given humans >>knowledge of science, technology and art. So it's the >>unwillingness to deviate from our "official" scripts that allows >>such ideas to be held by otherwise intelligent people. >It would be nice if things were that simple - but they're not. >Examining the historical and archeological record we see that >the earliest civilizations where 'long-heads' were visible (or >ruled) did indeed show precocious advanced attributes, but they >also share an unnatural urge to organised warfare - the >slaughter of men, women and children >'Unnatural' because we know (latest evidence only this week) >that ordinary humans are 'peaceful'. That's reinforced by what >we know of the pre-Greek Aegean (maybe 7,800 years old), the >Indus Valley Civilization (7,000 - 8,000 years old) and from >Catalhoyok, Turkey (up to 9,500 years old at lowest levels) >which all show peaceful farmers, sailors and/or traders with >egalitarian high quality housing and hygiene and no trace of >palaces, barracks, slave-quarters or prisons. See: >www.perceptions.couk.com/westward.html#koutroulou >Whereas the so-called 'high civilizations' of Egypt, >Mesopotamia, the later Aegean (the incoming 'Greek' tribes) and >across in Meso-America, all 'empire-builders' (but not the >earlier native or autochthonous folk) were apparently dedicated >to regular mass-bloodshed either in organized warfare between >armed groups or more often in the ruthless slaughter of native >pastoralists by heavily armed 'soldiery'. [Most of the classical >Greeks were actually little more than murdering cattle-thieves >and slavers, on a grand scale - read Xenophon or Thucydides >between the lines] >The Meso-American groups, all showing reverence for 'long-head' >symbology and imitation (by head-binding of human babies) were >also dedicated to human sacrifice (on a huge and bloody scale >for the Aztecs but others were close) and torture of captives to >a degree which can only be described as psychopathic - >accompanied as it was (esp. in the 'Mayans' - an ethnic misnomer >IMHO) by self-torture by rulers and their wives (the 'King' is >often shown dragging a sting-ray barb along his penis to draw >lots of blood for a sacrifice, while their women are shown >ripping their tongues open with similar barbs). >If you wanted to risk generalizing you could say that 'natural >humans' were/are relatively peaceful and egalitarian (after all >what's the point of wanting more than a 'decent' level of >consumption?) while those groups touched by the 'long-heads' >(slaughtering, building palaces, using slave labour etc.) seem >to act in ways dictated by the shape of those long-heads' >skulls. Don't forget they had a cranial capacity two to three >times that of a regular human being, but their receding >foreheads meant little or no prefrontal lobe development (seat >of our social behaviour - psychopaths have damage there) and the >un-natural extension is mostly to the back of the head - seat of >the cerebellum: rote-learned behaviour and fear, dominance >reflexes. >So, if ETs _have_ interfered with human physiological and social >evolution over the millennia as you hinted, we can maybe hope >that there was more than one ET group-ethos involved, as Admiral >Hill-Norton was convinced, and that the _others_ allowed us more >peaceful and egalitarian folk to evolve naturally. An Anunnaki occasionally speaks through my friend, a medium, and answers questions posed by others. The Anunnaki considers humans to be like children, still needing guidance. The following is a statement from him. "Your religious structures formed from serving us as a race. There were humans who were in charge, once we left this planet. The structures that had been put in place, under the servitude process, became one of governance and of religions. They were manipulated and controlled by humans to serve their own purposes, so this is how your religions started. We must take responsibility for some of the chaos, but you as a race must also take responsibility. Your planet is based on a warring process." If we believe Sitchin's account, the genetic engineering of humans by the Anunnaki was not a perfect process. They had to try several times before they got something acceptable to them. So the barbaric human behaviour is not necessarily a reflection of the ETs' ethics. Our nature might still have something to do with accidental genetic processes. The Anunnaki also said, "we understand that there are many races, too many to count. You deceive yourself to think you are the only race." This supports your hope that there was more than one ET group-ethos that affected humanity's development. When relatively sparse archeological evidence is used to create a script of what happened long ago, that script is easily biased by our present anthropocentric attitudes. For example, if we have barbaric tendencies, then ETs must have them too. Even better, we can shift the blame for our nature to the ETs who must have taught us to behave that way. William Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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