Talk:Where do we come from?

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JVP said ...

I knew I came from Far but that Far I did not. Love and Peace. JVP

--JVP 09:47, 27 August 2010 (BST)

Metrognome said ...

Hello and greetings to all, I have just recently discovered the teachings and wisdom contained within this website and I wanted to share my reaction in hopes of receiving feedback from anyone out there.

My thoughts on the origin of mankind proposed by this ET theory: I hold equality and understanding between all races of humankind to be one of the most overlooked and valuable assets one can attain in life. Studying the accounts of Mr. Meier's interactions with the extra terrestrials I couldn't help but notice the extent of concentration on the anglo saxon (white) race alone. Even if the origins of the many races of earth humans are indeed from separate planets and solar systems it just goes to separate us even further from each other in the eyes of possible ignorant extremists. This is what I worry about if we are to propose these theories on a mass scale. While I realize that the words Mr. Meier relays to us are the truths which he has learned I can not help but wonder on the subject of mankind's origin. Human's draw on their past to form a mental identity for themselves in their current times, and if the only beings to which one can look to for inspiration are of only one race I don't expect that their teachings will reach the hearts of ALL mankind. Perhaps we were simply not fortunate enough to be visited by spokespeople from every race's planet of ET origin. It makes me grateful to be born on a planet as diverse as ours. What are your thoughts on the theory of mankind's origin's from the African continent where the fossil records trace the oldest human like being? Any feedback would be appreciated, PEACE

--Metrognome 09:58, 27 December 2010 (UTC)

Alive said ...

Hi Metrognome,

Maybe the hominid fossil found in Africa ("Lucy") was somekind of ancient sasquatch which is the ancestor of today's sasquatch, not today's human (homo sapiens sapiens). But since I am not an archeologist, do not take my words seriously. I just want to give you a feedback, since you said that any feedback would be appreciated.

---- M -- 12:31, 27 December 2010 (UTC)

Hawaiian said ...


Research Contact Report 007 and Billy's summary, I've included a short topic that includes both reports that also addresses Alive's comments as well as Markvd idea that both are of the same race.

Gilgamesh From Billy Meier Gilgamesh belongs to a race of "shape changers" (Gestaltwandler, Morphogenese) and he is able to change the form and size of his body within several months. He adjusted his body - internally and externally - to his Earth "surroundings". Gilgamesh, whose original lifespan was 120,000 years (but is now reduced to about 50,000 years), will live here for the rest of his life. He cannot go back to his people even if he had a beamship to fly to his native planet as it no longer exists since it was destroyed in a catastrophe. All of it's inhabitants have died. It had previously existed 20 million light years away from Earth in a spiral galaxy known as M94, NGC 4736. Gilgamesh has previously turned down an offer from the Plejaren of transportation away from Earth. He is probably currently working as a scientist on Earth where he has access to "heavy water" which he needs for sustainment of his material form. References Semjase: CONTACT REPORT 007 137. These descendants of the outcasts were abused by foreign space travelers, and these also mated, through genetic manipulation, with different animal species and witnessed genetically new life forms. 145. Humans have given them special names: 146. Yeti, etc. 161. Today, to our knowledge, only seven such beings of the old human life forms live on the Earth, where they remain so well hidden that they will never be found with certainty and will one day die a peaceful death, and indeed, without descendants, for they have become too old and passive for propagation.

--Hawaiian 23:38, 1 January 2011 (UTC)

NEO KORBEN said ...


--NEO KORBEN 04:46, 4 November 2011 (UTC)

Wolverine said ...

The first Lyrians (or Lyrans) together with the Vegans came to the Earth since 22 million years ago. A language spoken on Earth 289,000 years ago and again 13,500 years ago by the ancient Lyra-Vega descendants when the extraterrestrials this planet. Our modern Germanic languages stems from the Ancient Lyrian language. Our ancestors were from Lyrans, Vegas, Sirius and Plejarens. Our eartling people were mixed from both humans and extraterrestrials.

The Chinese/Japanese were from the planet Kudra, who emigrated to planet Njsan of the Lyra star system since 2,500,000 years ago and then 26,000 years ago, they migrated to Earth.

Is it right? Let me know.

--Wolverine 20:00, 14 December 2011 (UTC)

Markvd said ...

I think, although cannot irrefutably prove but I can guess that if every idea or thought is as important as they say then there could be a universe spanning each unique process of thought which could number into the infinite. I don't know if they have an entire spirit count for our DERN universe but an idea is like a big bang once it occurs an new universe can be born. The more we understand about our current time and it fits in well with all times then we may be allowed to see a bigger picture of the enormity of the space and it's great expansion. As they say the univere keeps growing so do we as well eventually......................... :)

--Markvd 20:42, 14 December 2011 (UTC)