The ‘official history’ about everything important are EASILY proven lies — Carl Herman

90-minute briefing, 60-minute roundtable: David Wilcock ‘2018 Contact in the Desert’ on ancient alien history. And yes, you should look given ‘official history’ about everything important are EASILY proven lies, AND there’s an evidentiary bridge — Carl Herman

“Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery; none but ourselves can free our minds.” ~ Bob Marley, Redemption Song

Did you know this about the co-founders of calculus, Isaac Newton and Rene Descartes?
  • Newton believed alchemy is possible: what we can simply describe today as God’s math to add and subtract atomic particles to instantly transform one element into another. His literal million words of documentation demonstrate this as the single topic he concluded most compelling, melding science with spirituality, and keeping secret to avoid execution as a heretic (consider Bruno, along with Galileo, etc.).
  • Descartes’ conclusions of mathematics also connected to God, with his attention founding modern philosophy. Take to heart his words how rare it is to encounter open minds, and “official” response to condemn then ban his books:
“But now, after having once and for all put to the test the judgments of men, I here again approach these same questions regarding God and the human mind, and at the same time treat the beginnings of the whole of first philosophy, but in such a way that I have no expectation of approval from the vulgar and no wide audience of readers. Rather, I am an author to none who read these things but those who seriously meditate with me, who have the ability and the desire to withdraw their mind from the senses and at the same time from all prejudices. Such people I know all too well to be few and far between. As to those who do not take care to comprehend the order and series of my reasons but eagerly dispute over single conclusions by themselves, as is the custom for many-those, I say, will derive little benefit from a reading of this treatise; and although perhaps they might find an occasion for quibbling in many spots, still it is not an easy matter for them to raise an objection that is either compelling or worthy of response.”
– Rene Descartes, Meditations on First Philosophy, 1641, “Preface to the Reader.” Descartes is considered the founder of modern philosophy, the founder of analytical geometry (which led to calculus), and a founder of the Scientific Revolution. Descartes was well-known in his age, but highly controversial. His work was condemned by the Roman Catholic Church in 1633, and his books put on the Index of Prohibited Books in 1663. The University of Utrecht condemned his work in 1643, where he had previously taught.
Did you know that Einstein spent the most time in research to demonstrate and document that everything is literally connected in a “unified field” (entangled from inception) and this is all “God”?
Did you know Hawking concluded time travel is possible? My wife and I attended a lecture ~1999 where he began with the question, “Why do we remember the past, but not the future?” He stated he was confident it was possible, that he had the equation to demonstrate, but was missing parts that colleagues and he were unable to answer after several years investigation.
Science is the study of reality, communicated in the language of mathematics, and is regularly advanced despite .01% lies already documented in recent history above. Modern physics admits ~100 failures of current theories to match nature’s data.

via 90-minute briefing, 60-minute roundtable: David Wilcock ‘2018 Contact in the Desert’ on ancient alien history. And yes, you should look given ‘official history’ about everything important are EASILY proven lies, AND there’s an evidentiary bridge — Carl Herman

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