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Old December 10th, 2012, 10:43 PM   #61

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America was 'discovered' by Asians but not by any Asian that would be recognizable today. They were a very early, nomadic people that cossed a land bridge exposed by the lower sea levels attributed to the glacers and ice sheets during one of the ice ages. These Asians were actually only Africans that 'discovered' Asia. The Asians that 'discovered' America are what we today call native Americans and have left an extensive history as their evidence of 'discovering' this land. Not only in the oral history but also in structures and sites that are so old that they are not even associated with the peoples that inhabited the Americas during the near simultaneous 'discoveries' by the modern Asians, Eurpoeans, Norse, and perhaps others. But as far as who got here first in more modern times it was most likely the Norse or Asians as oppsed to the Europeans
The Americas were discovered by humans and when this first discovery actually occurred is debatable. It is now known that humans appear to have existed in North America as far back as 40,000 years ago. The origin of these humans could have come from many directions. One possibility is by way of a European boating people, who traveled along the edge of the Atlantic bordering polar ice sheets. The same as is the travel methodology of the Eskimos. Or reached by an out of Asia people who did the very same thing.
There are even indications that the Polynesians reached the western coasts of both continents. The Polynesians are considered a polyglot or mixture of several other ethnic groups. It is possible that the Polynesians may have even originated from India. So in some ironic sense, the Americas may have once also been reached by "Indians" long before Lief Erickson or before the misnomer accidentally applied to the native peoples of the Western Hemisphere by a confused Christopher Columbus.
It also quite feasible that whomever the first humans who settled the Americas were, they may have also been the first humans to discover and reach Atlantis. It would be unbelievably ironic if all the civilizations, that have come into existence since Atlantis sank into the sea 12,000 years ago; were actually promulgated by the influence of these first "Americans." In other words the people, who first discovered and settled the Americas may have been the progenitors, via Atlantis, of every civilization that came to exist after 10,000 BCE. Now wouldn't that be a disturbing revelation?
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The Americas were discovered by humans and when this first discovery actually occurred is debatable. It is now known that humans appear to have existed in North America as far back as 40,000 years ago. The origin of these humans could have come from many directions. One possibility is by way of a European boating people, who traveled along the edge of the Atlantic bordering polar ice sheets. The same as is the travel methodology of the Eskimos. Or reached by an out of Asia people who did the very same thing.
There are even indications that the Polynesians reached the western coasts of both continents. The Polynesians are considered a polyglot or mixture of several other ethnic groups. It is possible that the Polynesians may have even originated from India. So in some ironic sense, the Americas may have once also been reached by "Indians" long before Lief Erickson or before the misnomer accidentally applied to the native peoples of the Western Hemisphere by a confused Christopher Columbus.
It also quite feasible that whomever the first humans who settled the Americas were, they may have also been the first humans to discover and reach Atlantis. It would be unbelievably ironic if all the civilizations, that have come into existence since Atlantis sank into the sea 12,000 years ago; were actually promulgated by the influence of these first "Americans." In other words the people, who first discovered and settled the Americas may have been the progenitors, via Atlantis, of every civilization that came to exist after 10,000 BCE. Now wouldn't that be a disturbing revelation?
That is a very intriguing thought. this is a bit off topic but this youtube link may interest you. You may already seen it even


this is the most intriguing information ive seen as to the whereabouts of atlantis...right where plato's account putbit
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That is a very intriguing thought. this is a bit off topic but this youtube link may interest you. You may already seen it even

A Deep Analysis Into Kircher's Ancient Egyptian Map Of Atlantis - YouTube

this is the most intriguing information ive seen as to the whereabouts of atlantis...right where plato's account putbit
Thanks for this link. I do not wish to access it at this time, because I am composing a series of revelations on Atlantis based on Karmic Memory insights and do not wish to have contamination from other sources. This way the Karmic feedback/information can remain as pure as possible. I may be in left field on this approach, but do wish to maintain it as much as possible.
I already have certain disagreement with some aspects of Plato's account. Although you would be surprised as to how close he comes to what I am receiving. I'm sure many people might not understand what "Karmic Memory" actually is. One of the staunchest scientific theories is that information cannot be destroyed or lost. And all information is inevitably retrievable.
Karmic Memory may be a DNA record stored within everyone's mind. Very possibly the tremendous amount of "junk" DNA that genome researchers cannot account for its' purpose. Or there may be a state or dimension beyond the fourth where this information always exists. And it may be accessed under certain conditions. I liken it to imagination, but imagination at a certain free flow level. Quite possibly every idea that has ever existed has flowed from this outside of Space/Time region of Karmic Memory.
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Thanks for this link. I do not wish to access it at this time, because I am composing a series of revelations on Atlantis based on Karmic Memory insights and do not wish to have contamination from other sources. This way the Karmic feedback/information can remain as pure as possible. I may be in left field on this approach, but do wish to maintain it as much as possible.
I already have certain disagreement with some aspects of Plato's account. Although you would be surprised as to how close he comes to what I am receiving. I'm sure many people might not understand what "Karmic Memory" actually is. One of the staunchest scientific theories is that information cannot be destroyed or lost. And all information is inevitably retrievable.
Karmic Memory may be a DNA record stored within everyone's mind. Very possibly the tremendous amount of "junk" DNA that genome researchers cannot account for its' purpose. Or there may be a state or dimension beyond the fourth where this information always exists. And it may be accessed under certain conditions. I liken it to imagination, but imagination at a certain free flow level. Quite possibly every idea that has ever existed has flowed from this outside of Space/Time region of Karmic Memory.
Interesting....let me know if you find it
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