Hidden Human History Movie

My Other Self (@myotherself) 8 years, 10 months ago

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAm-kbzT7xw&feature=youtu.be

I came upon this video browsing the internet some time last summer. I found it made many interesting connections throughout our history and i’m just curious what the rest of the HE community thinks of it that has seen it. If you haven’t seen it yet, i’d say give it a view. It’s about an hour long, but incredibly interesting for those who like to hypothesize on other reasons as to how our way of life came about. Btw, this is my first post! =)

February 6, 2013 at 3:55 pm
Anonymous (47) (@) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@myotherself, Dat Spirit Science. =D Love that show. Made me think about a lot of shit. I’m a philosopher and I’m trying to make the most out of the stuff I get out of Spirit Science but it treads tricky ground. Watch all of it and it will = Mind blown but I’m still trying to figure out the total validity of it. If you like that, check out Bashar. It’s this guy who says he’s channeling himself from like 300 years in our future. Once again, treads tricky ground but regardless of whether or not you think he’s lying, he says some profound shit. Hope you enjoy and take care =D

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PeaceRiot (178) (@peaceriot) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

As requested by a certain person this page has been BUMPED!

What are your thoughts on this discussion HE.

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Chase (21) (@chaselang19) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

I’ve seen this before. Very interesting take on the human history.

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Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@peaceriot, Thanks for the bump.

There is obviously a lot that is speculative but it did coincide with a few theories and research I have done. It makes reference to certain ancient things that have been found, the cuniform tablets etc, that it bases a lot of this theory on.
I personally have a theory about early humans living along the island chain that arcs south east from of the east coast of Papua New Guinea down to Easter Islands near Santiago Chile. I theorized that in the peak of the iceage, these islands were larger and more numerous, that traversing from Asia to South America would have been much easier.
I could talk forever on my theory but I intend to write a fiction novel that features a lot of my ideas on this early history of humanity, including a twist on the Noah story.

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Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

Looking into things like the Baghdad battery; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baghdad_Battery I also found Egyptian pictures that depict what appears to be light bulbs. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Egyptian_technology#Other_developments
Then there is the mystery of Piri Reis map that seems to show the coast of Antartica, not the ice but the actual land beneath that has been under glaciers for thousands of years. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piri_Reis_map#Antarctica
I have a theory, I got it from study that South America and Antartica used to be connected and South America and North America were not connected at that time. South America had been trying to move north for thousands of years, as continental plate go, but the swollen icecaps had locked it in place, but as the ice was melting at the end of the iceage, the hold was released violently and South America burst northward.
The central American landmass was formed during this time and it would have been a tempestuous time on Earth, especially in that area. But as I was saying, I did learn this from research but I have since lost the sources that I had, it is even a little conspiratory that this is not common knowledge, for reasons unknown this information is very hard to find, and it relegates me to a crazy person who is making things up.
Another thing I found and have since never been able to find again was there is a small lake in the Andes that is incredibly deep, the idea is that it was a diamond or gem mine that has filled with water, but all suggestions point to the mine being tens of thousands of years old.

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Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

Here is a link to an old post of mine, it used to be called “DOH!” but I changed it so people can know what it’s about https://www.highexistence.com/topic/doh/

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Kimo (20) (@kkainoa) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@trek79, Although I’d like to believe that ancient civilizations knew of Antarctica, the wiki article you linked to has a more compelling explanation (to me, anyways):

“Close examination of the coastline supports the alternative theory that the “extra” landmass is simply the South American coast, probably explored in secret by Portuguese navigators, and bent round to fit the parchment. There are features resembling the basins at the mouth of the Strait of Magellan, and the Falkland Islands.”
Here’s the corresponding pic:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Piri_Reis_map_interpretation.jpg

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Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@kkainoa, I didn’t look at the map I provided properly, but now I have I realize this is not the Piri Reis map that I seen. This one that I have linked shows no separation between the south American part and the alleged Antartica section, the version I seen had the southern part of S.A and a clear separation. The Magellan strait Peninsula and what appeared to be the Queen Maud Peninsula were both on the map.
This is just evidence, to me, of more cover ups, but I wonder why our real history is such a threat to people of today.

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Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@peaceriot, I would say that I identify mostly with the “Hebrews” in this theory, the ones from the future who have a wealth of knowledge but are useless physically.

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PeaceRiot (178) (@peaceriot) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@trek79, I possess the of the traits of the indigo child. I definitely have a strong sense of self and I have my third eye open. lol I know that is bold to say but I feel it just bursting out of my body 24/7 Really really not trying to brag and sorry if I am coming off that way.

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PeaceRiot (178) (@peaceriot) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@trek79, I feel like since that is the case I relate with the Naacals. Man who would have thought history and philosophy could be so fun. It makes me ponder about Hitler trying to take over the world with his perfect race. And how during that time he had the most incredibly advanced technology in the world. Stuff we couldn’t even fathom to create in America. Martians come to mind.

Kaboom! That’s why I love this site. It always blows my mind man. I am constantly on here trying to figure out life. lol

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Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@peaceriot, Nah, mine sounded like a brag too, lol. It is pretty daunting, they make it sound like a real difficult challenge to attaing these levels of consciousness that are mentioned. I would suspect it is not a case of thinking or philosophizing your way to it, but as the monks in Tibet do, it is a meditative state of mind to achieve.
I like the bit about the Egyptian Pharoe, the giant one, he taught others in that academy how to attain the next level of consciousness, he had a relatively short time to do it but he did it.
I also like the theory of 1989, the Peruvian woman fighting Grey Aliens.

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PeaceRiot (178) (@peaceriot) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@trek79, Totally. I like that because I know this Peruvian chick who is gorgeous so I automatically assume all Peruvians are these beautiful angelic beings.

What trips me out is that I took acid at EDC and she was there with me. I got lost in the crowd a couple times because I was having a good time and as soon as I realized I was lost (Which is a terrible feeling) She was there to save me. She’d just swoop in and find me lol.

It’s crazy how the mind works. I felt like I saw everybody how they were from the inside out. Like I was lightly tethering into the 4th dimension. This was far far far long before I was more conscious.

I’ve only done acid once and shrooms twice in my life. A long time ago too. So take from this story what you will.

After day one was over the whole gang was there; re-united! It was just me hanging out with the girls makin sure no one messed with them in the parking lot while my friend volunteered to journey by himself in stadium parking lot to find our car.

The point of this giant mess of a story is that in that parking lot, everybody had scary and deceitful faces. All but a handful that was sprinkled around. A few people looked decent. A few others were immaculate. But the one who caught my eye the most. That One Peruvian. Lol, If I had ever accidentally witnessed an angel it was most likely that very moment I saw her. There isn’t any other way I could describe it.

And then the mega tie in. That’s why I like that theory of the Peruvian woman fighting the Aliens. Or “The Greys.”

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PeaceRiot (178) (@peaceriot) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

Short novel by peaceriot or what.

Daaaaamn hope that is not super boring to read. That would be embarrassing now.

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PeaceRiot (178) (@peaceriot) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

We also called ourselves the dirty rainbows because we were clean and colorful before we wen’t into the rave. When we got out of the rave we were grimy and dirty. Just covered with sin, regret, fear, loathing..EDC in Las Vegas. The Peruvian girl wasn’t allowed in the dirty rainbow clique cuz she was so perfect. Which makes sense. She can’t just pose as a dirty rainbow when she’s not one.

Very fun acid experience if you could imagine. With some great live music to boot! Major Lazer, plus acid, equals mind blowage.

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Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@peaceriot, Nah, cool story, it makes me wonder if she was the one from 1989? Or at least related.
They try to sell a few books on that theory, for shits and giggles it may be worth checking out, depending on how much they cost. I like the theory, if you can get past the limitations we are naturally inclined to place on ourselves, I don’t see most of it as being too un-realistic. Either that or the writers of this, and the cuniform, were on some great psychadelics.

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Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

They talk about the Essenes and how Mary and Joseph may have been members, there is also a sub-cult of Essenes called the Nazareans, maybe we read Nazarene and think Jesus was from Nazareth, but it could actually mean he was Jesus the Nazarean, an Essene.
They say Jesus was up against Barabbas, you may recall, but in those times “son” was represented by the word “ben” or “bar” as in bar mitzvah, so Jesus would have been Jesus ben Joseph or Jesus bar Joseph. It is known that Barabbas’ name was Jesus Barabbas, or Jesus bar Abbas, bar Abbas means “son of the father”
It is theorized that Christ and Barabbas were one and the same, with Barabbas being condemned for inciting rebellion.
The thing with the pyramids is that archeologists have discovered the remains of ancient man-made canals all over Egypt. It is possible that the stones of the pyramids were floated to the sites. In the 30s they were moving the Cleopatras needle, they put it in a boat but the boat bottomed out in the shallow water, it was too heavy, so they made a boat with a larger hull, you know like a barge or a large flat bottomed boat that displaces more water? It is an idea that this is how the stones of the pyramid were moved.

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PeaceRiot (178) (@peaceriot) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@trek79, YEh Most definitely. I have a little hope when I compare them to Alan Watts who seemed to be heavily influenced by psychedelics was he not? This human history doesn’t seem so drug influenced in comparison.

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Kimo (20) (@kkainoa) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@trek79, If this isn’t the Piri Reis map that “you saw,” then what did you see? Is it possible that the map could have been more current? The fact that people (not you) are trying to say that the original map shows Antarctica raises some red flags for me. Not to say that it’s impossible for ancients to have “discovered” Antarctica before anyone else, but I can’t help but be skeptical.

And with respect to the pyramids..
Do you believe the stones were floated from many miles away? Or do you believe someone else (Thoth, prior civilizations, etc) constructed the pyramid? If you believe the Egyptians made the canals and floated the gigantic (!) stones to Egypt, where do you draw the line between all of the other unfalsifiable claims in the spirit science movie?

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Vteezy Living (33) (@groig22) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@myotherself, Great vid, really opened my eyes to a lot, i’m curious to hear different parts of this story from other sources because i haven’t found many. Very very interesting though, the schools are definitely lying to us to hide our true greatness.

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Vteezy Living (33) (@groig22) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@myotherself, Great vid, really opened my eyes to a lot, i’m curious to hear different parts of this story from other sources because i haven’t found many. Very very interesting though, the schools are definitely lying to us to hide our true greatness.

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Eric (1,819)M (@blankey) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@myotherself, It raises a lot of questions, ones without answers, and this story tries to fill in those answers as does religion with a lot of things. Definitely a bit of a stretchhhh..

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Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

@kkainoa, I remember seeing a Piri Reis map that had the northern eastern side of Brazil, then there was a bit of a gap but then the rest of the south south American south east coast was in all the way down to the straits of Magellan. The piece of (allegedly) Antartica I seen was the pointed peninsula part, it was pointing due north, as it actually does, this map I provided here shows the point connected to south America and appears to be the Magellan part of the map, but it is pointing due east, not north as I remember it.
I will have a look around to see if I can find the copy I seen.

The thing is, Cleopatras needle is 224 tonnes, the heaviest stones of the pyramid are about 50 tonnes, it is a reasonable theory. As for who built them, I am no archeologist but I like a bit of history, as far as I know it was supposed to be Cheops, he had somewhat of a golden era at that time, over 2500 B.C. But what we know of history is more contradictory than what we know of religion.
I really don’t know much about Thoth at all, I can’t speculate on stuff like what is presented in this video, I just know I appresiate the theory as a fiction writer, if it is possible to verify any of these claims I’d be surprised, but they do disclaim it as just a theory.

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Winningedge (2) (@winner) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

Looks interesting….I’ll have to check it out…

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