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Aliens, Reptilians, and Sacred Knowledge.

Hello to one and all.

Many of us are very intrigued by these topics and rightfully so. The nature of curiosity that builds itself to be a great wonder of 'what is' provides the reasons for anything to be. As such, it is extremely important to maintain a well open mind when discussing these issues.

To introduce my point of exchange, I would like to first address a few things that should be observed in order for proper understanding to occur.

This is not a cry of craziness, but a mere open and honest discussion about something I am certain we all share in experience.

I have 'seen' aliens and I have seen ghosts. The memory of the images my brain processed will never leave and I could make animated films of what I saw to share the experience if necessary. I do not have fear of these moments, I was not scared, I was merely a witness to a momentary phenomena.

I have spent the last 15 years figuring out what I 'saw' and it's not what you would think.. well, actually it is. When someone says they had an 'encounter', we all want to prove the validity of their claims by valid evidence rather than first hand experience. We like film, photos, sketches, or even seek marks on victims to validate the account. However, because these experiences are a process of the mind there will never be physical evidence of aliens, ghosts, or your experience. This is the problem I face, and most people who share the same account face, that there is no way to physically prove that what I experienced was "REAL" in definition.

During my research, I have spanned across many genres of history to discover what I believe is the first valid hypothesis to the physical experience we non-physically experience.

All of ancient knowledge derives from their perceived enhanced divine education. Well, there is a very plausible reason for this and I am happy to tell you that it is not publicly accepted knowledge nor is it published in any text book.

The answer is found in Skull Elongation, as it has long been a mystical practice of ancient civilizations. Many have been led to believe that this was a sure sign of higher existence having a direct interaction with human kind. This is not so. Skull Elongation provides the benefit of several things which will be naturally understood once I tell you. The Brain, and all of its substances, form from tissue. In the womb, the brain is forming tissue materials which will eventually develop into glands, etc. These glands grow solely by the amount of area provided within the cranial cavity.

When the skull is elongated at birth, the cranium allows for larger tissue expansion which provides for larger gland growth. The Pineal Gland is the major culprit of this issue as it is solely responsible for the ability of intuition and dreaming. The pineal gland is long known to be the Eye of Horus, the Third Eye, the All-Seeing/Knowing Eye, the Peneal reason for "Face of God" in the Book of Genesis. It is what provides visions, hallucinations, dreams, and near-death experiences.

Having a larger pineal gland provides for larger doses of dream liquid, otherwise known commonly by the hallucinogenic DMT - or, the Spirit Molecule. A more active brain provides for more active knowledge and perception - which results in the ability of ancient technology...

So, how does this come together? Through elongation of the cranium, the ancients had more active psychological perceptions to what we consider 'reality'. These were the early constellation drawers, those who studied astrological signs, and believed that they had a connection with the Universe - perhaps the Nebula of Orion - hence all Pyramid structures resembling the tri-star belt... Mysticism, Gnosticism, and the Esoteric agenda, et al, derive from the enhanced sacred knowledge of the illuminated or awakened eye.

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Thanks, you sure know a lot

Thanks, you sure know a lot considering delusional state of mind =D

Says the one who believes in a man in the sky

and not his own power within. Hypocrite.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Oh, I was just baiting the

Oh, I was just baiting the Jesus freaks up there, I'm not a fan of sky daddy =)

Ok, apparently, you know all about the power inside you. What has it done for you? Are you a multi billionaire? Fantastic athelete? Killer good looks? Some incredible talent? Some secret knowledge that has relevance to the real world not some escapist fantasy?

The questions are rhetorical by the way. Why not just play dungeons and dragons, why the need to pretend its all real and serious?

What has it done for me?

Besides completely changing my life and how I live day to day?

I used to be a very angry kid. I went from one emotionally abusive relationship to another. I was in a crappy job breaking my back in a warehouse. I suffered from depression which put such stress on me that it activated the dormant Tuberculosis virus in my lung which ate away about a golf ball-sized hole in one of my upper section of my lung. I was coughing up blood ounces at a time. I was told that even with the medication I was on in was likely it wouldn't work and I'd have to go on stronger drugs that were the last option. I had to be quarantined in my apartment for 3 months while undergoing treatment.

Well, I began to meditate while on the first line meds and I healed better than expected. I was told my lung capacity would be diminished and life would be slightly more difficult from then on. Not so. My lungs healed without affecting my ability to breath at all. I learned how to manage my stress by understanding emotional (energetic) states of being, living in the present moment (that's all there is. Past and Future don't exist except in the NOW). I have a great career. A wonderful loving wife and extended family. I have great friends. I have a motorcycle I always wanted. I live in a loft in the downtown of my city in an area I always wanted to live in. And now I'm exploring new things I want to do in life. I have no interest in being a billionaire but I am quite handsome.

There's nothing escapist or fantastic about understanding the energetic foundation of all that we call "reality". Science has proven it over and over again. So if you come to this understanding then apply it in a knowing and actually use one or a number of MANY different methods to taking control of your own energetic beingness and use your own power to control your thoughts and the emotions that they induce to feel and think about positive feeling subjects, you are then creating an energetic momentum around you. Like attracts Like. So if you actually do the work to emit a more positive energy then the same must be attracted to you. THAT is the not-so-secret knowledge that has been kept from mankind for so long.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Brother, I'm happy it changed

Brother, I'm happy it changed your life. But many other things, like diet, exercise, reading a book have changed people's lives in the past and there is nothing mystical about those.

My father's sister was born without a thyroid gland and doctors were too late to diagnose so she never advanced beyond the mental age of 3. She is mostly happy and smiling wherever she goes, living in the present moment. But you would not want to be like her. Our forte as human beings is to think ahead and think back.

Many years ago when I was into this kind of stuff, my father would stand on his head and meditate (Shirshasan). I used to think, he must be wandering the dimensions of space and time leaving his body behind. Once I asked him. He literally burst out laughing and said that he just organized his day ahead while he was doing that asana.

May I ask what science has proven over and over again? The problem is that science says one thing and people extend the concept for it to mean absolutely anything. Then it remains no longer science but is called pseudoscience. So yeah, what is it that science has proven again and again?

It's all about perspective

"She is mostly happy and smiling wherever she goes, living in the present moment. But you would not want to be like her."

Your perspective is that her life is somehow lessened by what you view as a disability. I would see nothing but ability to live a life full of happiness and smiles. We are all here to live life as we see fit, not as you may see unfit.

It is not our forte, but rather it is our conditioning that keeps us regretful of the past and fearful of the future. But both are happening Now. The past is a memory you are having now. The future is a thought you're having now. So most people in their present state are projecting fear and regret. And if that is the momentum you have driving your life perspective then, yes, things seem sh*t. Your aunt doesn't have the worries we "normal" people do if she even has any worries at all. We're banging around out here trying to make sense of this crazy world along with all its crazies and she happily smiles.

You need to put your views of other aside and focus on what you've got going on within yourself. If you're happy and your outlook on life is positive and things are great and everything you want in your life is there or on its way to be, then great. My words are wasted. But if you're honest with yourself, forget me or anyone else, and there are things around you that you'd prefer not to be, then change the momentum.

What science? Well I've read, watched and heard a lot on quantum physics, combined that with ancient spiritual teachings, applied myself emotionally and began to experience meditation. Silence is a great teacher. I cannot possibly recall all the different studies that have been carried out on the "field" or "ether" or "consciousness" as I perceive it. This perspective and the experiences I have had as a result are all the proof I need. Words don't teach, only experience does. Perhaps you could better spend your time rather than baiting people into religious arguments. That guy Jesus sounds like he knew lots about energy and the power of Unconditional Love, as many other religious figure in other religions.

You can call me crazy but I think they were all trying to remind us of something forgotten within all of us.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Yes, she is happy within

Yes, she is happy within herself because due to physiological restrictions, her mind ignores complex phenomena. My sister and I used to sit together and make hundreds of sketches of flowers and animals for her to color.

That is in the past and those are good memories. I love the past and I look forward to the future (most of the time). Whereas you would have me walking around with a stupid smile on my face admiring every blade of grass.

Sorry my friend, that is escapism. Hundreds of foreigners come to stay in ashrams here and what brings them here is not truth, but desire to forget. I do not begrudge them that, only to avoid dressing it up as the ultimate reality.

You can't quote them all but you can quote one or two surely. Please do present them. I may have strong opinions but if there is compelling evidence I have no problems changing my mind.

*Hearsay and divine inspiration do not comprise compelling evidence.
*Nor does complexity.
*Nor do ancient books.
*Nor do metaphorical allusions that may or may not relate to tenets of modern science.

I will try to dig up some reading for you

I'm at work now so it'll have to wait until later.

Your aunt has a unique life experience to live. You, and many others would, view that uniqueness as "restrictive". Why? what is it that she is really missing? Is the goal of every person not to find peace and happiness in their lives? Again, it's just a matter of perspective.

One of my ex's cousins died at age 18 when we were still dating. He and his sister have a rare case of Muscular dystrophy of which they were 2 of 5 cases on the entire planet. They began their lives as normal children but around 5-6 years old, their bodies began to fade. Both were of completely sound mind and they often cried because they experienced that suffering daily. When he died, I hit a very dark low in my life. I was pissed at "god" for doing this to them and to the family. But all who spoke at his funeral, expressed their appreciation for the joy they brought to others when they did, and for giving them the perspective of what their priorities are in life. Only years later could I see that appreciation with clarity. In those difficult life moments, it is very hard to find the silver lining. But it can come later on.

I do not want you to walk around with a stupid smile admiring the grass unless you genuinely enjoy that admiration. Admire your friends, admire chefs that cook great food at a restaurant, admire whatever is personal to you. That's not escapism. That's being present. And the more you are present the more you admire. I'll warn you now, setting upon a path of being deliberate about what you think and feel MAY lead you to some grass admiration. I will not count that out. I find myself quite caught up in things I never noticed before. But that's MY experience, no one told me to go and just mindlessly escape. It takes an applied effort to get to that authentic admiration. But by no means does that suddenly blind you from all the BS going on in the world. It actually makes you more perceptive to these confusions and divisions out there that have people so confused and misguided. There is a lot of Fear being propagated out there and not all people know how to be in control of that and side step it.

Anyways, I'll look for some articles to share with you that I hope provide some clarity for you. Or they may not, and that's ok too. Whatever you're into, I hope it brings you joy all the same. That is the only thing that truly matters.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Ok, sure, just post it as a

Ok, sure, just post it as a reply to one of my comments.

Her brain cannot perform a lot of the reasoning and comprehension.

A person who is lame has a unique life experience, but would I ever want to be lame?

I agree with appreciating beauty and love, but I prefer that to be untainted with a mask of mysticism and superstition.

You have been very calm and composed in your replies and if that is what meditation has brought you then please keep doing what you're doing.

I was trying to find some good sources of info for you

had a hard time finding stuff that was relevant to emotional states and the positive biological effects and I happen to come across this article a few minutes ago.


The Institute of HeartMath is probably the leading institution to actually studying these effects. Read some of their other articles and as I may have mentioned before, seek out the answers yourself if you choose to pursue these topics.

This really is about a personal journey of discovery. Don't believe anyone but yourself. Seek the answers and you will come across the information you need at the right time. It's kind of spooky how synchronistic these things become and it's really fun to be a part of.

Feel free to ask any questions you may have and I'll do my best to answer them :)

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

I bet you didn't even know

that you are my DP guru;)

I love your comments and insight. Thanks!

The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion.
-Thomas Paine

I appreciate that very much, Jackie!

I am humbled that you find resonance with my words and I thank you for the kind ones you've sent my way.


"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Don't want an elongated skull to be more intuitive?

Meditate. 15-20min/day. In a comfortable and dark place. Allow the brain's neural pathways to sort themselves out. Look for natural methods to decalcify the pineal gland and stop drinking fluoridated water and produce grown with fluoridated water.

Be joyful, treat others with kindness and hold a sense of forgiveness for those who wrong you and all of us. They too serve the positive purpose of pointing out what our issues are. Without Darkness there could be no Light.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

boom sauce

and the ninja strikes again

They that give up liberty for security deserve neither.

That's how I roll.

Thanks for the post, TIFF!

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin


Check out the Laissez-Faire Journal at LFJournal.com

"The State is a gang of thieves writ large." - Murray Rothbard

Ah yes, and they change colors too!

Usually between Red and Blue. But we all know they're all about the "green" underneath it all.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

By far

The hardest I've ever laughed at a Daily Paul comment. Thank you!



They that give up liberty for security deserve neither.

Ancient timekeeping traces

There are small traces of the old systems still in place today. For instance, the number 12 was important to the Egyptian system and you can still see it in our systems and languages. The day is still split up into two 12 hour periods.

Many languages with Latin roots give unique names up to the number 12, and then generic names thereafter. (ie, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, or zwolf, dreizehn, fehrzehn, funfzehn, etc) This of course traces its ancestry back to pre-Arabic numerology.

The major constellations of the horoscope also number 12, since of course it is as much a timekeeper as the sun.

It wouldn't surprise me in the least if in Earth's history it used to have a perfect 360 day rotation around the sun, perhaps prior to a cataclysm at the end of the last ice age. The Egpytians had 12 months, and then tacked on 5 days at the end of the year. These last 5 days were considered very unlucky by the Egpytians. (I wonder why)

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to wonder about salt lakes thousands of feet up on the mountain tops all over South America to assume a cataclysm of epic proportions occurred not all that long ago.

If we believe the prevailing scientific theory about the creation of mountain ranges occurring over millions of years, the salt should not be there. Because most certainly lakes do not exist for millions of years, therefore the salt would have either blown away or been buried by atmospheric dust into a sedimentary layer. To have it still on the surface after millions of years makes no sense.

So either the mountains in South America were relatively recently 'driven up' in a cataclysm, or they were covered in sea water for a period. Either event makes one pause and wonder.

I would also add that I understand a Hopi elder was shown a detailed diagram of Stonehenge and stated that it only made sense if the Northern pole was located at the mouth of Hudson Bay in Canada. If it were true (and I'm not saying it is), then it would explain why the Antarctic would have been at least partly ice free during the last ice age.

I hope this information proves helpful or insightful to someone.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts, ThisIsForFreedom.

Very Insightful

Thank you for taking the time to respond and contribute.

I see numbers everywhere, patterns and symbols are the genetic make up of the Universe, we should not ignore the clues.

Some day, the creator will be revealed and all will be in peace together.

They that give up liberty for security deserve neither.

And this is why

Ron Paul never had a chance. This BS is exactly the kind of thing that caused a great statesman to never gain widespread traction in this country. Plus the fact that many of you guys are nothing but glorified "Occupiers".

Why so negative?

Your comment really has nothing to do with people who believe in so called crazy things, but it has everything to do with you. A heart full of anger and bitterness? Hope not. It takes all kinds. Live and let live brother:)

The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion.
-Thomas Paine

Two quick questions, gottago:

Have you ever seen a UFO?
Do you believe ET exists?

I'll come back when you're done.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

Yes and yes

How about you?

They that give up liberty for security deserve neither.

Yeah, that's the reason.

A completely corrupted system infiltrated by corporate interests had "nothing" to do with it. /sarcasm

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Why do other people's beliefs threaten you?

Over 90% of Americans believe in conspiracy theories.

That's 90%

85% of Americans don't believe Oswald acted alone in the Kennedy assassination.

So, you are in the minority. Ironically, you are the wingnut.

This isn't really accurate.

This is like saying that 90% of the world believes in God, so if you don't, you are in the minority. The truth is that the 90% who believe in "God" don't all believe in the same one, so in reality, they are not the majority. They are all minorities as well.
The 90% who believe in conspiracy theories don't all believe the same ones. To group them all just to makes someone else seem like a minority is to ignore the fact that the 90% consists of people who believe in some, but not others, and probably think that others in that 90% are all wingnuts as well.
To put it bluntly, there is no 90% who believe in conspiracy theories. That number is just an invention used to re-define who believes what. The more people who "believe in conspiracy theories", the mores successful you will be in using the bandwagon fallacy to convince someone that your specific conpsiracy is possible.

Free market capitalism isn't right for America because it works better. It's right because it's free (and it works better).

It would be impossible to

It would be impossible to ever prove or disprove your claim. Literally impossible.

I'm sorry

I see your confusion but not your question.. what was it again?

They that give up liberty for security deserve neither.