I will hold my observations until you have had a chance to form your own.
Which speaker affected you the most and why.
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Rendlesham!!??mdonnall2002 wrote:Unless, I missed something, she did not have an NDE.
A stranger with pale skin, and piercing blue eyes, knew all about her.
Where was she at (what country) when he taught her the sign?
Then think: Rendlesham Forest
It is my understanding that the Rendalsham incident has always been considered by Ufology an UFO experience which implied ET craft. I do not see any such in this women's story. But you told me to "think: Rendlesham Forest". Of which I do not understand your connection.mdonnall2002 wrote:I never directly said her experiences were ET. I was pointing out a similarity in the stories.
Well I found the entire story to be odd, LOL. However I do not get the impression that she is telling a tale.
Do you find anything odd in her tale or out of place?
No. He had originally for years after, only told about seeing a craft. Any new story he may be telling about encountering an ET doesn't make sense to me. As leaving that part out of his story for years is unbelievable to me.
Do you believe Sgt. P. had an ET encounter?
In my view, her entire story and every part of it would be classed "paranormal". And I do not find any reason to disbelieve her.
Do you believe anything paranormal transpired regarding her story?
Yes, that is exactly what I knew about Rendlesham, and thought that everyone else did too, who looked into it. This is why I was so thrown off by Mdonnalls questions and perceived similarities, of which I find absolutely none.Admin wrote:Hey Jake Sgt P had what is being described as an encounter with an unmanned craft that had symbols on it which he touched and experienced a download of a message in binary code that has taken a good many years to get deciphered. The code contained a series of coordinates of ancient place sites. It also contained the degree of angle for the current planetary tilt 23.5 degrees. And he is laboring under the belief that the ship was sent by our own people from the far future. This means it's not ET but temporal.
See this on the Rendlesham Code:
I've not heard of this, other than the Atlantis stories of course. I will look up 'Hy Brasil'.
The cataclysm Gary mentions in the article about the Rendlesham Code corresponds with the cyclic planetary cataclysm in the oldest story I was told as a child (Old Irish History). Hy Brasil is underwater. If that craft was looking for someone familiar with what happened to Hy Brasil it would mean someone who was familiar with the cataclysm that periodically comes through here and with the Dannan who re-colonized the area (Eire) after the climax of it.
A hypothesis for how consciousness might be affected by such a celestial cycle can be built on the work of Dr. Valerie Hunt, a former professor of physiology at UCLA. In a number of studies, she has found that changes in the ambient EM field (which surrounds us all the time) can dramatically affect human cognition and performance. In short, consciousness appears to be affected by subtle fields of light, or as quantum physicist Dr. Amit Goswami implies, “Consciousness seems to prefer light.” Consistent with myth and folklore, the concept behind the Great Year or cyclical model of history is based on the Sun’s motion through space, subjecting Earth to waxing and waning stellar fields (all stars are huge generators of EM spectra) resulting in the legendary rise and fall of the ages over great epochs of time.
A Historical Perspective
Current theories of history generally ignore myth and folklore and do not consider any macro external influences on consciousness. For the most part, modern history theory teaches that consciousness (or history) moves in a linear pattern from the primitive to the modern, with few exceptions, and it includes the following tenets:
*Mankind evolved out of Africa
*People were hunter-gatherers until about 5,000 years ago
*Tribes first banded together for protection from other warring parties
*Written communication preceded large engineered structures or populous civilizations
The problem with this widely accepted paradigm is that it is not consistent with the evolving interpretation of recently discovered ancient cultures and anomalous artifacts. In the last hundred years, major discoveries have been made in Mesopotamia, the Indus Valley, South America, and many other regions that break the rules of history theory and push back the time of advanced human development. Specifically, they show that ancient peoples were, in many ways, far more proficient and civilized nearly five thousand years ago than they were during the more recent dark ages of just five hundred to a thousand years ago. In Caral, an ancient complex of unknown origin on the west coast of Peru, we find six pyramids that are carbon dated to 2700 BC, a date contemporaneous with Egyptian pyramids and that rivals the time of the first major structures found in the so-called Cradle of Civilization in Mesopotamia. Caral is an ocean away from the Cradle. We find no evidence of writing or weaponry, two of the so-called necessities of civilization, but we do find beautiful musical instruments, astronomically aligned structures, and evidence of commerce with distant lands — all signs of a peaceful and prosperous culture.
Gobekli Tepe presents an even greater challenge to conventional accounts of history. Dated to about 9000 BC, this site in Turkey contains dramatic architecture, including many carved pillars of large proportions, and it is still only about 10% uncovered. To find that something so big and complex existed long before the dates accepted for the invention of agriculture and pottery is an archaeological enigma. These sites defy the standard historical paradigm. And what is stranger still is that so many of these civilizations seemed to decline en masse. In ancient Mesopotamia, Pakistan, Jiroft, and adjacent lands, we find knowledge of astronomy, geometry, advanced building techniques, sophisticated plumbing and water systems, incredible art, dyes and fabrics, surgery, medicine, and many other refinements of a civilized culture which seem to have emerged from nowhere and were completely lost over the next few thousand years.
No worries. I just felt her story was beautiful and thought you wanted to talk it.mdonnall2002 wrote:Jake, I was aware.
It was just an observation of possible SYMBOLOGY.
Admin wrote:@ Jake you may find so many of the things you wondered about have always been closer to you than you ever imagined.
@ Mdonnall, her story would be one that so many others should hear.