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Post  seraphim on Sat 20 Mar 2010, 07:28

The Norsemen-from The Children of Mu (published 1931)
Man first trod soil of Europe in the northwestern part and that was before the "Overland Route" was wrecked, before the
British Isles were separated from the continent and before a settlement was made on Atlantis. That part of Europe which
now forms the Scandinavian countries had a settlement made from Central America at least 50,000 years ago.

The first men to settle on European soil were Quetzals from Central America headed by their King Quetzal who had been
driven out of his own country by invaders who were later to become the forefathers of our present day Latin races.
"Some escaped in their ship, others fled to the forests and were never heard of again. Those who took their ships sailed away to
a far off country in the direction of the rising sun. They prospered in their new country and became great." Such is
the Central American tradition. They apparently followed the coast line until they came to Scandinavia where they
settled. Unquestionably the spot where they landed is now under the sea.

Some years ago remains of an exceedingly ancient race were discovered in Scandinavia. The discoverers claimed that they
were the oldest people in Europe while the orthodox scientists, in holly horror, maintained that the first people in Europe
appeared on the Caucasian Plains, Asia Minor, coming from somewhere in Central Asia. As I recollect, the controversy
ended in a draw, 'no decision'. However it led to the formation of two cults. The Northern cult based its decision on
remains which had been found, therefore facts. The Asiatic cult based its claims on poorly built up theories. As a matter
of fact, as will hereafter be shown the remains or traces of what was found in Asia Minor (Caucasion Plains) date in
the Pleistocene Period after the mountains had been raised. What was found in Norway dates tens of thousands of years
before the mountains were raised. As well as I can recall the Northern scientists said the people were called
Givetz or Givetzies. This I am not sure about.

It seems strange and even amusing to see how Asia has always been made the scapegoat for all scientific problems
that could not be solved. Within the last 50 years so much has been learned about the central parts of Asia that is
has almost ceased to become available as the Scientific Scapegoat. The scientific trend now towards Africa, the Dark
Continent.

It seems reasonable to believe that the Northern European find is a discovery of some of the ancient Quetzal remains.
The Central American tradition says that the Quetzals 'had milk white skins, blue eyes and light, flaxen hair,' the
characteristics of the Scandinavians today. We have still some of the descendants of the Quetzals here in America. Their
villages are far back in the almost impenetrable forests of Honduras and Guatamala. My best Quetzal legends come from
them, obtained through a friend who spent several weeks in one of their villages. Their traditions go back
to the time the mountains were raised.

In Norway there is today an ancient language called Quanlan. From a piece of Quanlan writing which I have examined,
I find quite a number of words from the original language of Mu; other words which have their roots in words from the
language of Mu. But what is most astonishing is that numerous words in the Quanlan language are identical with
words found in one of the Southern Indian tongues and conveying identically the same meanings. It does not take a
strong imagination to connect Quanlan in Norway with Quetzal Land in Central America.

No possible date can be given to the arrival of the Quetzals in Northwestern Europe except that it was before either
Atlantis or Southwestern and Southern Europe commenced to be settled, for all these regions were first settled
by the people who came to America and drove the Quetzals out. It was a long time after they drove the Quetzals
out before they could commence colonizing Atlantis and Europe.

Quicksilvercrescendo, thought you would like to read this.
Interesting to note how civilization may have started in Ireland afterall as that is the area that man first trod in the
Old World (which really was the New World back then, but who knows what about 200K years ago, no humans?) according to Churchward. Also in school all they talk about is Africa and Leakey, but all young folks need to know their history and that before all they talked about was Asia.
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Re: Genealogy Research

Post  tgII on Sat 20 Mar 2010, 22:20

I tracked my genealogy to an alien species who plan on returning one
day to retrieve me.
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Post  seraphim on Sun 21 Mar 2010, 06:15

Flames, I got that from an old book I have. You know books have been burned in the past and it's only obvious why. The search for the past and things of the past is what is interesting, because there you will find so many answers, not in what we are given now.
I'll post more from that book for sure later........

It's incredible to realize that we have been made to think that we have no history, or there was none rainday. We have been
told by scientists now that for millions of years it's just been us and the apes or primate mammals living laty daty, happy go lucky, la la land
and the people were all cavemen stupid, until civilization 2000 years ago and then people were called peasant stupid, and then all of a sudden within the last 100 years we have this technology out of nowhere. And any other stories you hear are just myths or made up!
And people are still stupid! And about history! I'm not blaming people because then I will be blaming myself. I certainly don't want to be in the stupid loop anymore........Here is just one amazing story........

The Greek poet, Hesiod wrote of the five Ages of mankind in the 8th century B.C. He wrote that there was
the Golden Age, Silver, two ages of Bronze and the Iron Age. Each Age was ruled by a different god.
Following is what he wrote about these Ages of Man:

"The Golden Age was first; But when good Saturn, banish'd from above, Silver Age Was driv'n to Hell, the
world was under Jove. “
"Succeeding times a Silver Age behold, Excelling brass, but more excell'd by gold. Then summer, autumn,
winter did appear: And spring was but a season of the year. The sun his annual course obliquely made,
Good days contracted, and enlarg'd the bad. Then air with sultry heats began to glow; The wings of winds
were clogg'd with ice and snow; And shivering mortals, into houses driv'n, Sought shelter from th'
inclemency of Heav'n. . . “

"To this came next in course, the Brazen Age - A warlike offspring, prompt to bloody rage, Not impious yet...
The Hard steel succeeded then: Iron Age And stubborn as the metal, were the men. Truth, modesty, and
shame, the world forsook: Fraud, avarice, and force, their places took. Then sails were spread. . ."

Several hundred years later Herodotus addressed Hesoid's notion of planets being gods in human form by
repeating what Egyptian priests told him about four different ages:
"So, in eleven thousand three hundred and forty years, said the priests, there had never been a god in man-
shape; nor, moreover, neither beforetime nor thereafter, among the rest of those who became kings of
Egypt, had any such thing happened.

During this time, they said, there were four times when the sun rose out of his wonted place...twice rising
where now he sets, and twice setting where now he rises ..."and", say the priests, "nothing became
different among the Egyptians, for all these disturbances, neither products of the Earth nor products of the
river, nor yet in respect of diseases or death."

If Egyptian priests who made the above statement to Herodotus were correct, the sun "twice rising where
now he sets, and twice setting where now he rises" would probably have been caused by polar shifts.
The Age of Gold (Cronus) was the purest age, when no labor was required and weather was always
pleasant. It was virtually a place of pleasant surroundings and of abundance. Death was not an unpleasant
eventuality and people occupied their time in pleasant pursuits.

The Roman poet Ovid said , Saturn was king of a "Golden Age" in the time of Arcadians who lived on Earth
before Jupiter was born, and are of a race that "predates the moon." Ovid also wrote of that time, "The
earth gave forth all good things of her own accord, and mankind, content with foods created without labor,
picked the fruit of the trees and the mountain strawberries and the cornel cherries and the mulberries
clinging to the wild thickets and acorns that fell from the spreading oak of Jupiter.

Spring was eternal, and the gentle breezes caressed the flowers, all springing forth without seed, with clear
warm air. Soon, also, the unplowed earth was rich with grain, and fields always fertile, were white with the
heavy beards of corn. Then rivers of milk, then streams of nectar flowed forth . . ."

Ancient Egyptians frequently referred to a Golden Age by the name of Zep Tepi, 'The First Time' of Osiris or
the ˜Age of Ra". (the constellation known to us as Orion). They believed Zep Tepi had long predated the
Pyramid Age.
The Chinese referred to it as the Age of Perfect Virtue and the Hindus had a Golden Age called the Satya
Yuga or Perfect Age.
Traditions around the world, thought the Golden Age to be a˜timeless epoch before the arrival of discord
and war, and before the ˜linkage™ of heaven with Earth was broken. Sad

Most of those early cultures also connected the Golden Age with the rule of a Universal Monarch, such as
the Akkadian Anu, the Sumerian An, the Hindu Yama, the Persian Yima, the Norse Frodhi, the Chinese Huang-
ti and the Mexican Quetzalcoatl. All of these are claimed to be founding kings, often as the first in what
those peoples believed was an unbroken line of rulers.

Chronos is derived from the Greek word Cronus meaning "time". According to the Mediterranean traditions,
Chronos, the˜time people", were based in many places including Italy, Sicily and North Africa. It would thus
seem that they may have controlled the sea trade by their strangle holds on the Central Mediterranean -
since ˜time began™ . The ˜time-worshiping™ people could have been the ˜Sea People, also known as the
Phoenicians.
Chronos also ruled Atlantis supposedly.
http://www.livinginthelightms.com/ancientman.html
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Post  seraphim on Sun 21 Mar 2010, 06:48

tgII's a new ager! tgII's a new ager!!
:Repeating it endlessly from a mind controlled brain:
Nevermind, I was just saying what everyone else says on the internet....... scratch
:in need of my own brain:
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Post  tgII on Sun 21 Mar 2010, 06:54

Yeah, New Ager, I sometimes think maybe my brain would be
better off saturated with this mumbo-jumbo.
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Post  seraphim on Sun 21 Mar 2010, 07:10

uhhh ohh tgII heard that No

You need some entertainment flames...........
I really do feel she needs help. Could have really gotten into it with her, but I tend to let go. I don't miss the old day.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sun 21 Mar 2010, 21:31

I am the dotted line in the middle of the screen.
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Post  tgII on Sun 21 Mar 2010, 22:48

If qsc is the dotted line in the middle of the screen, I'm the
digital counters
at the top 'counting.'
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