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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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'Human' 'Religions'


There is ultimate truth. There is also a science of ultimate truth and there have been humans who have dedicated their lives to researching and proving what is the story behind higher truths. Buddhists often refer to buddhism as the science of spiritual truth. There are different schools of buddhism and some are more scientific than others but basically one can say that buddhists don't believe in believing. They are about finding out about the truths behind that which is yet unknown or must ever remain mystical, the Divine. In the end, no matter what is your religious background, if one looks into the matter the proof for reincarnation cannot be denied, for instance. Therefore, scientifically speaking, it's acceptable to assume there is some kind of life force that carries on beyond death to a next life [though this may be quite different than what most people call reincarnation]. Buddhism is not about worshipping some supposed divine being and finding out ways to placate him.
  
A connection between quantum physics and buddhism has long been understood. Buddhism, in this sense, is nothing more than mankind's understanding of the fundaments of existence in previous ages as quantum physics is what modern science makes of things. We've always understood this partains 'merely' to spirituality but as quantum physics moves more and more into the realm of what was previously deemed mystical and spiritual it becomes ever clearer what buddhism was always really about. Great buddhist masters or transcended beings were called buddhas. Westerners have always assumed such persons are spiritual, not scientific but as western science moves ever further toward buddhist spirituality this throws a new light on what we assume about buddhas.

Confusing as the Bible is in its summary of events and beings that lie in our Anunnaki-colored past, the figure of Jesus has never been taken seriously by non-christians (besides the muslims who also assume he was a person of great importance). Careful consideration of what he is supposed to have said suggest, however, that he was, in fact, a buddha. His "follow me" is perhaps most telling of the traditional Indian role of Guru which he assumed.
  
Considered in this light, though Jesus is part of the Anunnaki-bred religion of christianity, he himself appears to have been interested in the one human [and not Anunnaki-inspired] religion of buddhism [though buddhism cannot, in truth, be defined as a religion]. William Bramley explains in his book Gods of Eden that Jesus was bred for a different role but went maverick and preached the buddhist truth, as it were. Not surprising after his many years in India, which have been documented and proof has been found of a great teacher called Isa in that period there. Jesus went back to the Middle East and taught great truths but his person was later ursurped by authoritarian forces (as they ursurp all societies that undermine the alien/illuminati agenda). Ironically, Jesus [Bramely suggests] may have been born of artificial insemination, as was his mother, and was therefore of the purest Anunnaki stock. Perhaps this is the reason he was able to attain great spiritual heights, though he claims any can do as he did [Luke 14:12], perhaps he was an anomaly. We may never know.

  
Quantum Physics and buddhas like Jesus or today's buddha Adi Da point to some kind of divine being that might be called "God" or "The Divine", "god-consciousness", "Reality", or whatever serves your understanding best. If there is a point to religion, a human religion that has nothing to do with our alien overlords, it must be centered around understanding of such deep mystical studies into reality. Ridding ourselves of our role as Anunnaki slaves may depend on our understanding of such matters. The Anunnaki weren't ignorant of spiritual truths [their lack of morals notwithstanding] and assumed us unworthy of such knowledge. Besides this they fear our potential and prefer to keep us ignorant of anything that matters. Finding out the truth about all aspects of reality supports our evolution towards liberation and fullfilling our genetic potential.

Besides such considerations one should keep in mind that this has little to nothing to do with buddhist culture. Modern Buddhist culture, such as one finds in Thailand for instance, not only has little to do with the principles underlying buddhism but neither does it take many scientific aspects into account that have only recently become appreciated by scientific research. One of the things, for instance, buddhist culture does not take into account is the human necessity for polygamy. Of the world religions only Islam at this time takes polygamy seriously but the only scientific approach to the matter must be that polygamy is an essential aspect to human society. In this way there can be a definite chasm between religious philosophy and practice, either meaning that a sound philosophy [as in the case of buddhism] is known by a partially flawed [monogamistic] culture or that a flawed philosophy [as in the case of the Anunnaki-inspired Islam] is known for its sound [polygamic] practice. There is a Jewish saying that one can learn from a blade of grass, i.e. there are no authorities when it comes to what is Divine. There are sound philosophies and sound practices but mankind has yet a long way to go before it can call itself free from its Anunnaki past, in this world and the next.

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I leave the above post as is but it was written 4 years ago when i'd just started researching certain matters in detail.

By now i've read Lawrence Gardner's Bloodline of the Holy Grail and also Holy Blood Holy Grail by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln. These have proven very enlightening on the matter of Jesus Christ and the role(s) he played in our history.
I wouldn't write today, for instance, that Jesus was the product of artificial insemination. But, who knows?
I also wouldn't directly connect his life with Anunnaki meddling, though, who knows? (Certainly the Anunnaki have been working in the background of civilization and politics as long as we've been on the planet.)

The premise stands: certain forms of buddhism, or certain buddhist teachings, form what might really be called an acceptable human religion. This is what stands independent of all kinds of political or other-dimensional manipulations.
It is as was always clear by Jesus' own words: the TRUTH will set you free. So many religions (including so-called christianity) imply salvation is to be achieved through faith, or 'love', or obedience or something. Jesus was a buddhist and buddhism is about truth. Ironically, Westerners actually don't understand much about truths [including scientific ones!] and put stock in the authority and opinions of their 'scientific consensus', i.e. they have faith in their secular authorities. Then they say there are independent mystical matters that have nothing to do with truth whatsoever.
Jesus and other buddhists are about transcending such madness.

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Heaven Earth: amazonian ayahuasca-shamanism in Iquitos
Heaven Earth explores the practice and commercialization of amazonian ayahuasca-shamanism in Iquitos.
The feature-length documentary film portrays all day activities of Percy – a Peruvian healer and another western ayahuasquero, named Ron. Both live near Iquitos and host nightly ayahuasca ceremonies and retreats, mainly for interested westerners.
Participants of ayahuasca ceremonies, tour operators and –guides, as well as western vision seekers reveal episodes of their internal imagery and recount stories about their journeys.
A growing global pop culture – swinging between psychotherapeutic healing procedure and spiritual sell-out.
follow link for article and 1 hour vid

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reincarnation


Are Birthmarks Connected To Your Past Life?

Scientists Claim That Quantum Theory Proves Consciousness Moves To Another Universe At Death
Not so long ago Dr. Robert Lanza became involved with physics, quantum mechanics and astrophysics. This explosive mixture has given birth to the new theory of biocentrism, which the professor has been preaching ever since. Biocentrism teaches that life and consciousness are fundamental to the universe. It is consciousness that creates the material universe, not the other way around. Lanza points to the structure of the universe itself, and that the laws, forces, and constants of the universe appear to be fine-tuned for life, implying intelligence existed prior to matter. He also claims that space and time are not objects or things, but rather tools of our animal understanding. Lanza says that we carry space and time around with us “like turtles with shells.” meaning that when the shell comes off (space and time), we still exist.

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