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« Reply #30 on: Oct 29th, 2002, 12:30am »

Wow, it seems like we were really connecting before we even posted.
This theory works right along with mine than doesn't it.
The Ice Giants may have been the Anunnaki coming in from Europe, via
the MidEast.
Just like Napoleon, one country at a time. As they conquered a land,
all evidence of pre-existing culture was wiped out and the men were
either killed or castrated and the woman raped, seeding the conquered
people with their own. Just like in the stories of Scotland, Ireland
and even Native Americans. All native language was forbidden as well
as any mention to their previous heritages and legends. After several
generations, the memories of their ancestors was lost and the seeds
of their loins were grown producing more of their kind. How many
generations does it take to wipe out a race...Five or Six?

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« Reply #31 on: Oct 29th, 2002, 12:34am »

Hi Goblin,
Yes, I have read a lot of his material. The only problem with Sitchen's work though is he doesn't go back far enough.
That 3-D stone stab map dates 21 millions old. This is where we have to take it from.
I think he mainly focuses on this last race of mankind.
and the coming race.

But when it comes to anunnaki, his work is invaluable. Especially his knowlege of the Sumerian Texts.

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« Reply #32 on: Oct 31st, 2002, 04:47am »

Also, Nibiru is the home of the Anunnaki - the Nephilim - the Elohim - the Gods - the Giants of the Bible - Those Who From Heaven To Earth Came. They are supposedly a Reptilian Race.

The Dogon Tribe of Mali, Africa have a legend about a race of Amphibious Gods who came to Earth from Sirius approximately five thousand years ago.



The Nibiruans supposedly landed on Earth, colonized it, mining the Earth for gold and other minerals, establishing a spaceport in what today is the Iraq-Iran area - Sumer - and lived in a kind of idealistic society as a small colony. They supposedly created a human slave-race to work their mines, farms, and other enterprises.

They supposedly created Man, Homo Sapiens, through genetic manipulation with themselves and ape man Homo Erectus.

The Great Flood supposedly was an attempt to destroy the slave races of humanity by the Nibiruans because they had rebelled against their Nibiruian / Sumerian Gods - Enlil and Enki.

Enlil and Enki were involved in a heated dispute over whether to destroy or preserve the slave races and this power struggle resulted in war.

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« Reply #33 on: Oct 31st, 2002, 05:21am »

When I was very young, (about 12) I got a book that had all kinds of information in it about the Dogon Tribe, I was so fansinated over them...

In 1995, two French Astronomers published the results,
after years of study, and stated that a small, red-dwarf star
seems to exist in the Sirius star system...*

The Dogon people live in the Homburi Mountains near Timbuktu. At the center of their religious teachings is knowledge about a star that is invisible to the eye and so difficult to obsevrve -- even through a telescope -- that no photographs were taken of it until 1970. The Dogon say they received their knowledge by visitors to the earth from another star system.

The star they describe is Sirius B. Its existence was first suspected by Western astronomers in 1844, when irregularites were noticed in the movement of Sirius. It was supposed that Sirius must be affected by a second star, and in 1862 a faint companion star was finally detected. Sirius B is a white dwarf that, although small and faint, is extremely dense and heavy enough to exert an influence on Sirius A.

The Dogon name for Sirius B (Po Tolo) consists of the word for star (tolo) and "po," the name of the smallest seed known to them. By this name they describe the star's smallness -- it is, they say, "the smallest thing there is." They also claim that it is "the heaviest star," and white. The Dogon thus attribute to Sirius B its three principle properties as a white dwarf: small, heavy, white.

They go on to say that it has an is elliptical orbit, with Sirius A at one foci of the ellipse (as it is), that the orbital period is 50 years (the actual figure is 50.04 +/- 0.09 years), and that the star rotates on its own axis (it does). The Dogon also describe a third star in the Sirius system, called "Emme Ya" ("Sorghum Female"). In orbit around this star, they say, is a single satellite. To date, Emme Ya has not been identified by astronomers.

In addition to their knowledge of Sirius B, the Dogon mythology includes Saturn's rings, and Jupiter's four major moons. They have four calendars, for the Sun, Moon, Sirius, and Venus, and have long known that planets orbit the sun.

The Dogon say their astronomical knowledge was given to them by the Nommos, amphibious beings sent to earth from Sirius for the benefit of mankind. The name comes from a Dogon word meaning "to make one drink," and the Nommos are also called Masters of the Water, the Monitors, and the Teachers.

The Nommos were more fishlike than human, and had to live in water. They were saviors and spiritual guardians: "The Nommo divided his body among men to feed them; that is why it is also said that as the universe "had drunk of his body," the Nommo also made men drink. He gave all his life principles to human beings."

The Nommo was crucified and resurrected and in the future will again visit the earth, this time in human form. Later he will assume his amphibious form and will rule the world from the waters.

Dogon mythology is known only by a number of their priests, and is a complex system of knowledge. Such carefully guarded secrets would not be divulged to friendly strangers very easily. If the star Emme Ya is eventually discovered in the Sirius system, this would give considerably weight to the Dogon's story.
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« Reply #34 on: Oct 31st, 2002, 05:28am »

According to Dogon mythology, Nommo was the first living being created by Amma, the sky god and creator of the universe.

He soon multiplied to become six pairs of twins. [This is a metaphor for our original 12-strand DNA. Our present physical DNA contains 2 strands which hold the genetic codes for our physical evolvement.]

One twin rebelled against the order established by Amma, [This is a metaphor for one source/soul splitting into two polarities - yin /yang, when it enters into the electro-magnectic energies of third dimension] thereby destabilizing the universe. In order to purify the cosmos and restore its order, Amma sacrificed another of the Nommo, whose body was cut up and scattered throughout the universe. This distribution of the parts of the Nommo's body is seen as the source for the proliferation of Binu shrines throughout the Dogon region.

The Dogon say that their astronomical knowledge was given to them by the Nommo. The Dogon elder, Ogotemelli, describes them variously as having the upper part as a man and the lower portion as snake; or as having a ram's head with serpent body.

Author Robert temple describes the Nommo as amphibious beings sent to Earth from the Sirius star system for the benefit of humankind. They look like Merfolk; Mermaids and Mermen. [Metaphor: amphibius - referring to the flow of the collective unconscious - creational source].

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After the landing in a space ship, something with four legs appeared and dragged the vessel to a hollow, which filled with water until the vessel floated in it. The Dogon, call this spaceship 'Pelu Tolo' or 'Star of the Tenth Moon'.

These aliens supposedly came from the Sirian star system. Their spaceship spiraled down from the sky. It landed somewhere to the northeast of the Dogon's present homeland. There was a great noise and wind. The ship landed on three legs, skidded to a stop, scoring the ground. Four legs appeared and dragged the vessel to a hollow, which filled with water until the vessel floated.

At the same time a new star was seen in the sky, which possibly was a large space ship. The star was described by the Dogon as having a circle of reddish rays around it. This circle of rays was like a spreading spot yet it still remaining the same size.

There is a Dogon drawing of the spaceship hovering in the sky, waiting for the Nommo who landed on the Earth. It represents three stages of 'Pelu Tolo' when it is spurting different amounts of blood or flames [as if it crash landed].

They called the Nommo 'Masters of the Water', 'The Monitors', 'The Teachers or Instructors', 'Saviors', and 'Spiritual Guardians'.

AThe Dogons believe their gods are already here.

I have to wonder if the word 'Nommo' means 'No More' - 'No Longer'.
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« Reply #35 on: Nov 9th, 2002, 03:49am »

Well, I don't know about the "nommo" thing, but I hope that doesn't apply to your lively discussion. Captivating

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« Reply #36 on: Nov 12th, 2002, 9:42pm »

Yes it is interesting that in most all reported cases the beings, even suspected robots, have two legs two arms and one head. I wonder if this is a relatively local universe trait or part of the grand design?
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« Reply #37 on: Nov 13th, 2002, 01:44am »

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by Saskia von Essen, 1997, Edited by K. Wilson


Saskia von Essen is 40 years old. She has been married for eighteen years and has two sons, ages sixteen and twelve, who are also involved in the phenomenon. After Saskia completed high school, she worked for a lawyer and obtained a lawyer's assistant qualification. After an examination she was qualified to work in a court of justice in Hamburg, Germany.

With Saskia's permission, I have published the following portions of her first letter to me.

"In June of 1991, I had my first experience with what I believe to be a Blonde being. It was not during the night and not while I was sleeping, but rather, during the daytime. I was in a grocery store looking for some food to purchase for my family and I suddenly realized that a Blonde 'man' had his gaze fixed upon me. He did not just look at me. His eyes were fixed on me as if he were looking 'into' me. It felt as if he knew my deepest thoughts and knew all of my emotions and everything I had experienced during my entire life.

First, I felt fear - a terrible fear. At that time I did not know anything about alien beings or that people were having contact with them or other unknown creatures. Also, at that time this Blonde looked like a human being. However, certain things about his appearance were abnormal. He did not move like a normal human being. The best way I can describe his movements is to say he moved in a robotic fashion. His eyes looked and looked at me. I wanted to run away, but I could not move.

He continued to stare at me and after some minutes my fear changed to a different emotion. It is not easy to explain, but this new emotion I experienced was peaceful and loving. I was astonished and I asked myself, 'Who is this man?'

To my surprise, I received an answer inside my head - in the middle of my brain:

'Someone who knows you.'

I thought to myself, 'Could it be that he is a murderer who will kill me later?'

'No - Never!'

I thought again to myself, 'Where does he know me from?'

Again, there was another answer in my mind,

'I know you, but not as you believe.'

I could not believe that I was receiving these answers 'inside my head.' In my curiosity about this I asked myself, 'Is this something like hypnosis?'

'Possible!'

I asked again, 'Is this telepathic communication?'

'Possible!'



Suddenly, a young woman spoke to me. I looked at her and then back to the Blonde man, but I could not see him. He was gone. When I got home, I wrote in my diary that I had come in contact with a ghost or an angel. However, a short time after this experience I became more and more certain that my encounter with this Blonde 'man' was an event that would change my life.

It was as if this Blonde used me like a computer, as if he had somehow given me information that I would need in the years to come. My brain felt as full as a balloon with information that I could not access. Even though I could not remember the information at that moment, I knew I would remember it when I was supposed to.

During the following months, my life changed. Some of my dreams had more of a feeling of reality to them than being mere dreams. I also began to remember several mysterious experiences I had during my childhood. For example: little 'people' who sat on my bed, a two-legged dog who looked at me with dark eyes, and many nights during which I awakened crying. I also remember that when I was five years old I would get sick when I was supposed to sleep over at my grandmother's house. I remember telling my parents that there were 'wolf-faces' in the windows of my grandmother's house.

I continue to have 'dreams' about several strange creatures and situations that look like the creatures and situations you describe in your book, The Alien Jigsaw. I have dreams during which I can fly and where 'doctors' are operating on me and sometimes other people as well. Once, I even met three, small friendly creatures who had blue skin. Other times I have awakened during the night because of odd vibrations or because my entire body was wet and I was cold. I have so many experiences I could share, but they are too numerous to write about in a letter...."

Saskia ended her letter shortly after this sentence. However, in another letter Saskia shared her feelings about an article that was published in Merging Realities. In the following excerpt Saskia is referring to the article titled Hybrid Children, which was excerpted from Voices From The Pacific Northwest.
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Part 2 shocked

"When I read the experiences that Doreen Imper and Kendra McNeal wrote about, I became very upset because their accounts are very similar to some of my dreams and experiences. I have also seen a little blue-eyed child. When I was holding him I could feel that he was very frail and thin, but this little boy was so delightful when he looked up at me with his very big blue eyes. No one told me that he was my son, but at that moment I loved him.

Something else I read bothered me as well. Kendra said that the hybrid child told her something about their World and our World merging with one another. For a long time, I had dreams about seeing dead people, and sometimes these dead people would transform into the little Greys and this always shocked me. I have tried to understand what this means and whenever I concentrate on this dream I get the same answer. In German it is 'Vereinigung der Reiche' which translates as 'a connection or union between the dimensions.' When I received this message I did not understand it, but now I believe it is possible that it may mean a merging of different dimensions."

If you will recall, in Hybrid Children, the hybrid being told Kendra, "Our fifth-dimensional World is going to merge and co-exist with your fourth-dimensional World... The hybrid children are all part of the merging process."

These are incredible words indeed. What is even more incredible is that another abductee, living thousands of miles away and who speaks a different language and lives in a different culture, was given a similar message! In Hybrid Children I cover some different possible meanings for this message, but the bottom line is, right now we can only wait and remember. "Remember" what the beings have told us, and "wait" to see if it comes to pass. And - we may not have to wait much longer. As the hybrid being told Kendra in 1995, "...the merging process is almost complete."



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If anyone is interested in reading an excellent book relating to the subject of New Physics and other dimensions, I highly recommend Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the 10th Dimension, by Michio Kaku. Anchor Books - Doubleday. Originally copyrighted in 1994, by Oxford University Press, the Trade Paper edition was published in 1995, by Anchor Books, a division of Doubleday. Hyperspace is written for the lay-public and will greatly expand your knowledge about New Physics and the Universe in which you live.



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« Reply #39 on: Nov 13th, 2002, 6:47pm »

Thanks Louise for a riveting post.
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« Reply #40 on: Nov 14th, 2002, 9:06pm »

some interesting posts going down here, thanks folks. I love to come here and see all this new material, always new stuff everyday, thanks everyone.
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« Reply #41 on: Nov 15th, 2002, 3:22pm »

An early Blond humanoid report:

Aubagne, Bouches du Rhone, France
end of October 1959, time was 1800

Miss Moulet, 45, was hangig out her washing in the twilight, with her 3 children, when she saw an egg shaped object descend silently, to hover just above her. Through a wide triangular window in its front, strongly illuminated, she could see about 20 persons, tall, with wavy blond hair and very light skin, wearig white suits and short sleeves. They were smiling or perhaps laughing at her. The air became very cold. After 10-15 minutes the object took off again, disappearing in 2 or 3 seconds, leaving a slight trail.

Source: M Cohin of SVEPS in LDLN # 125

Why where they laughing?
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« Reply #42 on: Nov 16th, 2002, 7:52pm »

Perhaps they were amused at the situation as a whole. Better they were smiling or laughing than giving her the stink eye. grin
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« Reply #43 on: Nov 17th, 2002, 03:19am »

Yeh, Backlit, I agree with that totally grin.
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« Reply #44 on: Nov 18th, 2002, 04:58am »

They were probably laughing at someone hanging out clothes during twilight hours when there is no hope of the clothes dryinghuh? they probably think all humans are stupid.


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