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Curiosity
5th October 2016, 23:38
Humans are not indigenous beings to Earth.

I've always said we've been sentenced to life on Earth. Well at least our ancestors were. We are the offspring of intergalactic criminals or a species with a gene that makes us violent and unaccepted as citizens in the cosmos. So we were put here until we learn better, or that gene is bred out of us.

"Speculating as to how human beings ended up on this planet after evolving somewhere else in the universe, Dr. Silver suggests that the species did not travel voluntarily. He has suggested that humans were banished from another planet and confined to the Earth which was utilised as a prison planet. He said that it is unlikely that highly advanced alien race would tolerate the naturally violent dispositions of human beings. READ MORE:

http://www.disclose.tv/news/mankind_has_evolved_on_another_planet_researcher_c laims/135823?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=fb_organic

ghostrider
6th October 2016, 02:44
From what i have read , the constellation LYRA /Vega is the original home of the earth human beings, who had to leave do partly because of war and cosmic catastrophies... the one race split in two groups , one went to the Sirius region, the other to the seven sisters the pleades... mixing with the natives and migrated to the three planets in our neck of the woods, Mars, Earth, and Malona which was destroyed and now circles as the asteroid belt ... old lyrians, and vegans now incarnate on earth who came from Lyra , the people who feel they dont belong on Earth... just my opinion based on contact notes , and interviews given by the late lt. Col wendell stevens, interviews with Michael Horn and especially contact report #9 ... as always each person must do their own work, walk their own path, and decide for themselves, for as the ETs have said, true cognitions only come from ones own hard work, walking the path at their own pace on their own terms, in their own time ...

Aurelius
6th October 2016, 04:23
the human race (the source being the amino acid molecule) will develop & evolve naturally, anywhere in the universe, given enough time & provided the conditions / environment are correct.

salty water, among many other elements, is one of the key ingredients for human life to form (as part of the initial stages).

.. the above doesn't preclude human life being intentionally seeded / re-seeded / added-to on planet earth.

... also the above doesn't preclude life elsewhere, whether physical or non-physical, "re-locating" to planet earth and taking on the human form or a any form that can survive in this ecosystem. i believe an example of the latter is this (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horseshoe_crab)

sdv
6th October 2016, 11:31
Interesting theory. Thanks for sharing.

Foxie Loxie
6th October 2016, 11:35
Interesting to hear what each one thinks! For the present, I am inclined toward the theory that we are reflecting our "creators". :facepalm:

Kindred
6th October 2016, 15:31
The Human Race as it exists today, has been seeded from a variety of locations throughout this galaxy, and possibly others. Specific races evolved from those that came from 'somewhere else', and could be considered 'home grown'. The vast majority came here willingly and for specific purposes.
We are NOW 'All In This Together'.
Either we WAKE UP and seize our Divine Purpose and Rise to our Full Potential, or we will fail in our purpose, and fall into a long slumber, only to try and 'rise again'.
http://www.lanuovaumanita.net/files/tp-typeset.pdf

In Unity, Peace and Love

Bill Ryan
6th October 2016, 16:38
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For what it's worth (and maybe not much, as an unprovable personal opinion! :bigsmile: ) -- it's always seemed compelling to me that Planet Earth is someone's giant science experiment. (And, maybe, that of many different races of experimenters, over a span of millions of years)

Curiosity
6th October 2016, 21:30
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For what it's worth (and maybe not much, as an unprovable personal opinion! :bigsmile: ) -- it's always seemed compelling to me that Planet Earth is someone's giant science experiment. (And, maybe, that of many different races of experimenters, over a span of millions of years)

Bill my wife shares the same opinion. I agree with most of it and think the experimenters go way way back hundreds of millions of years and every time they reach a point in their experiment that it can no longer evolve, or they don't like the results, or they come with a better idea, they wipe it out and start over.

Lifebringer
8th March 2017, 12:21
Thank you, your linkled me to find the Thiooba which I have on file and for got the title. 9th Planet where Christ is from...hmmm.
The body in stasis is interesting.:highfive:

Lifebringer
8th March 2017, 12:24
"A school of emotional learning respect and tolerance of others before going into intergalactic travel?"
A lot of Human vessels will have to be wiped clean and started over.

transiten
8th March 2017, 12:30
Humans are not indigenous beings to Earth.

I've always said we've been sentenced to life on Earth. Well at least our ancestors were. We are the offspring of intergalactic criminals or a species with a gene that makes us violent and unaccepted as citizens in the cosmos. So we were put here until we learn better, or that gene is bred out of us.

"Speculating as to how human beings ended up on this planet after evolving somewhere else in the universe, Dr. Silver suggests that the species did not travel voluntarily. He has suggested that humans were banished from another planet and confined to the Earth which was utilised as a prison planet. He said that it is unlikely that highly advanced alien race would tolerate the naturally violent dispositions of human beings. READ MORE:

http://www.disclose.tv/news/mankind_has_evolved_on_another_planet_researcher_c laims/135823?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=fb_organic

Today is March 8 International womens day; most criminals and violent pple are men with some exceptions, what are the implicarions of that you think?

Star Mariner
8th March 2017, 14:26
Today is March 8 International womens day; most criminals and violent pple are men with some exceptions.

Exactly. The theory of Earth being a prison planet, to confine violent intergalactic criminal souls, hardly accounts for 50% of its population, which are women, the fairer, gentler, (and in many ways, superior) sex.

Prison planet is incorrect. But Earth is an experiment. However we are not subjects in the experiment, merely participants, and we all volunteered to be here.

transiten
8th March 2017, 15:52
I've red that black pple are from here but I don't remember the source just now.

Pam
8th March 2017, 15:58
Thanks for a fascinating thread, Curiosity. I have come to somewhat the same conclusions. We do not fit into the natural scheme of things here. Also, we are not adapted to this planet in the ways that nature provides for other living creatures. We are either violent or have a propensity to tolerate and accept violence to our own species even if we do not actively participate. The recent revelations about broad spread pedophilia is indicative that groups of us are willing to harm children at a most despicable level. What we do to other living creatures on this planet is really unspeakable.

I don't know if we were banished here are we are a product of someone playing with our DNA and creating or modifying us for their own purposes. I think that the mechanism of action for our crazy behavior is the egoic self run amuck. It creates an insanity within us to the extent that we believe every thought that enters our heads and then act on it. As long as we operate at this level I don't see much real progress out of our current dilemma. I certainly understand why other races wouldn't want us to have free reign of the universe.

Ewan
8th March 2017, 17:48
Although just novels Doris Lessing's Canopus Archives series suggests all humanoid life was imported here as a mixture of labour and for science studies and breeding programs by different empires. Generations later she described how the people would still stare at the stars at night not knowing why, a genetic imprint of the time that their forbears had stared at the very same stars hoping for some sign of the ships to return and take them back home.

*Star Mariner: According to the authors of this book (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?9462-Interesting-Free-Books-in-PDF&p=1138933&viewfull=1#post1138933) there are more women on death row than men. Regardless I would reject the divide you proposed based purely on gender, they're not all the fairer sex. :)

Star Mariner
11th March 2017, 15:00
*Star Mariner: According to the authors of this book (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?9462-Interesting-Free-Books-in-PDF&p=1138933&viewfull=1#post1138933) there are more women on death row than men. Regardless I would reject the divide you proposed based purely on gender, they're not all the fairer sex. :)

Not the fairer in every single sense, I agree, but it was just a generalization :)

According these statistics (http://www.deathpenaltyinfo.org/women-and-death-penalty):

* women account for about 1 in 10 (10%) murder arrests;
* women account for only 1 in 50 (2.1%) death sentences imposed at the trial level;
* women account for only 1 in 67 (1.8%) persons presently on death row; and
* women account for only 1 in 100 (0.9%) persons actually executed in the modern era.

And since 1973, only 178 death sentences have been carried out on women. Those sentences account for approx. 2% of all death sentences.

These stats reflect the experiences of my own life as well. Off all the women I have ever known, met, talked to, dated, worked with, or been related to, I fail to recollect a single example of experiencing genuinely dangerous or violent behaviour. Men, on the other hand, held up to the same assessment, measure very differently. Of course there are exceptions, many exceptions, because everybody's an individual, and everyone has a unique personality. But assuming for a moment the basic premise of "violence" and "potential for criminal activity", I personally am very convinced that the male gender, taken as a data set for offending individuals, will appear far more prevalently than women.

Jon-tom
27th March 2017, 01:20
Personally, I don't think it matters so much where we are from, but where we are going.

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin 'We are not physical beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a physical experience.'

onawah
29th April 2017, 15:56
Jay Pee on Wolf Spirit Radio has been having guests on his shows for quite a while (and has many listeners as well) who remember past lives as far back as the exodus from Lyra after repeated, crippling attacks on that system from regressive Reptilians.
According to them some fled to our part of space, some to the Pleiades and elsewhere.
The Annunaki, a hybrid humanoid/reptilian race, were created by the Reptilians to rule in their stead.
According to some whistleblowers, psychopathic and sociopathic souls are "dumped" here by the Reptilians and their minions to make things more difficult.
From all I have heard and read over the years, these theories makes the most sense to me.
(It would make sense that the black race is indigenous to this planet, and there are other ET races who have been and are here as well. Earth is a melting pot, but I think the Lyran DNA is quite prevalent.)

Flash
29th April 2017, 16:37
*Star Mariner: According to the authors of this book (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?9462-Interesting-Free-Books-in-PDF&p=1138933&viewfull=1#post1138933) there are more women on death row than men. Regardless I would reject the divide you proposed based purely on gender, they're not all the fairer sex. :)

Not the fairer in every single sense, I agree, but it was just a generalization :)

According these statistics (http://www.deathpenaltyinfo.org/women-and-death-penalty):

* women account for about 1 in 10 (10%) murder arrests;
* women account for only 1 in 50 (2.1%) death sentences imposed at the trial level;
* women account for only 1 in 67 (1.8%) persons presently on death row; and
* women account for only 1 in 100 (0.9%) persons actually executed in the modern era.

And since 1973, only 178 death sentences have been carried out on women. Those sentences account for approx. 2% of all death sentences.

These stats reflect the experiences of my own life as well. Off all the women I have ever known, met, talked to, dated, worked with, or been related to, I fail to recollect a single example of experiencing genuinely dangerous or violent behaviour. Men, on the other hand, held up to the same assessment, measure very differently. Of course there are exceptions, many exceptions, because everybody's an individual, and everyone has a unique personality. But assuming for a moment the basic premise of "violence" and "potential for criminal activity", I personally am very convinced that the male gender, taken as a data set for offending individuals, will appear far more prevalently than women.

Same here, I met real dangerous women that could put one's life in danger only twice in my life. One was schizophrenic, the other psychopath. But I met many more men with this potential. I do think it is due to testosterone levels, where higher testosterone make one more prone to act on aggressive impulse. I do not think women are nicer on average, in terms of inner niceness, I just think they do not have testosterone levels as high on one hand, and have to worry about the offspring on the other hand - for the perennity of the human race -, much more than men.

Also, misery and mishappenings, being submitted to any form of violence, makes one either more psychopath or the opposite, with more empathy. Women definitly have a much higher share of violence, misery (like raising a family alone with only one breadwinner, the woman) and difficult/worrisome times (like giving birth - it is the women's life and health at stake, not the men's, by its very nature) in their lifes, which makes them understand better others and wanting to help others.

But sincerely, I have no idea what my comment has to do with the topic of this thread!!..

betoobig
29th April 2017, 16:56
This is our conciousness jump/shift ... we are indigenous of this universe.
much love

Flash
29th April 2017, 17:02
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For what it's worth (and maybe not much, as an unprovable personal opinion! :bigsmile: ) -- it's always seemed compelling to me that Planet Earth is someone's giant science experiment. (And, maybe, that of many different races of experimenters, over a span of millions of years)

And why not our own giant science experiment?? Our own soul experiment: how to create while reaally slowing down energy? How to create matter and even get INTO it - while being the source of it. Mostly if we take as a possible paradigm that matter/reality gets to be reality only when it is observed... how to slow down love, how to correct distortions, how to create harmony, etc.

onawah
29th April 2017, 17:32
The question of gender actually does come into play in this discussion if you accept the premise that the regressive Reptilians are very patriarchal and suppress the feminine characteristics of nurturing, cooperating (rather than competing) etc., and their inclinations to force their value system on every race that they seek to dominate, especially humanoid races apparently, which seem to tend to be more balanced.
And if the natural tendencies of cosmic energies are to seek balance, that might explain why the regressive Reptilians were drawn here, as they are extremely out of balance.
It may be our mission, whether we chose to accept it or not, to help bring that balance about, or, if that is a "mission impossible" to help facilitate the deconstruction of the regressives.

onawah
29th April 2017, 18:41
Gender specificity has to be determined case by case, depending on how many lifetimes were spent as male, and how many female.
A soul born into a female body for the first time after many lifetimes as a male would still retain primarily male characteristics for a long time, more than one lifetime.
And vice versa.
Which of course, explains why many homosexuals have so much trouble identifying with their bodies' gender.
Some ET races may be naturally androgynous, but I think that androgyny for Earth humans comes after learning the lessons of both genders over many incarnations.