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#1 2006-02-21 20:51:13

tiospaye1
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Stuart Wilde's new article

Hey folks!

Would someone please post Stuart Wilde's new A-list article "Where Did Humans Come From?" here. Thanks.

As well,  some of you may be interested in these two volumes by Alfred deGrazia called Homo Schizo I and also II. They are volumes 6 and 7 in DeGrazia's Quatavolution Series of books.

http://www.grazian-archive.com/quantavo … Series.htm

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#2 2006-02-21 21:26:44

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Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

New Article from Stuart Wilde

Here are a couple of new ideas about the origins of man you might find interesting. Sincerely, Stuart Wilde

Where Did Humans Come From?
Evolution & Creationism

Stuart Wilde
February, 2006

There is a battle raging in America between the Christian right and scientists as to the origins of man. Some Christians take the Bible story of Genesis literally. They believe God made Adam and Eve six thousand years ago, and that all the animals and plants of the world began at that time. This theory is called creationism. So when presented with evidence that fossils have been laid down in sediment that is known to be millions of years old, the creationists say that itís a trick to test their faith.

The scientists believe in the theory of evolution and Darwinís survival of the fittest. So tall giraffes eat more leaves than shorter ones, so they survived to give birth to progeny that over time got taller and taller and that is why a giraffe is as tall as it is today. The evolutionists also believe that four billion years ago particles on earth clanged together randomly to form proteins and DNA molecules, and that from that 'particle-clang' process, single-cell life forms grew in a primordial soup of early earth to become humans.

Some believe that Darwin said that humans evolved from the apes. But that was misinformation put out by those that were antagonistic to Darwinís theories that hoped to ridicule him into submission. In fact, Darwin never said that modern man ascended from the apes. He said there is a gap in the fossil record and that he did not know how modern man evolved.

The chance of particles bumping together to form the right amino acid chain to establish one life-sustaining protein are 10130 or 10 with one hundred and thirty zeros. Paul Davies who wrote The 5th Miracle says that life requires hundreds of thousands of proteins and the chances of them all coming together at random are 1040,000.

Then the odds that millions of protein molecules happen into existence by chance just as millions of DNA atoms also happened to become viable at the same instance, and that they bound together to form millions of species of animals, plants and insects here on earth, would be 10 to the power of all the zeros you could put down on a piece of paper between here and a distant galaxy.

The problem with the theory of evolution and the particle-clang theory is that it is mathematically fraught, and in terms of evolutionary scales the total of earthís existence, four billion years, is not a very long time. Many believe there has not been enough time for the random clanging of particles to create life, never mind enough to form the human eye, or a finger nail, or fifty million animal, insect and plant species that exist or have existed on earth.

There is a third theory, called 'intelligent design'. It is akin to creationism in that it says that a superior intelligence created life on earth, but the followers of intelligent design donít agree with the Christiansí six thousand-year time frame; they side with the evolutionists in believing life on earth is hundreds of millions of years old. (The oldest documented fossils of living animals are 540 million years old).

Some say it was God that designed life on earth and others say they donít know who designed intelligent life except that it must have been a civilization that is older and superior to ours. Some believe that aliens placed us here as an experiment, and while no one can disprove the idea there isnít any evidence for it either. The problem with the theory of aliens from another star system is they would also be living on an earth-like plant that sustains life that is in this universe, and that planet may not be any older than ours. So there is every chance that aliens from another system would not be any further forward than we are.

What is unexplainable is that modern man, Homo sapiens, suddenly appeared in the fossil record thirty thousand years ago. There is no fossil record of us having evolved from any other beings or animals, and there is no record of us having been here on earth before thirty thousand years ago. Modern man is not linked to the Neanderthals in any way whatsoever. So the fossil mystery gives rise to a speculation I call the "plopped-on-earth" theory. The question is what form of intelligence (if any) dropped us off here thirty thousand years ago.

The Fourth Alternative

The answer may be found in a fourth alternative, a transdimensional theory that says we werenít exactly dropped off; but that we walked in from another dimension. We know from watching the Morph that this world is not solid and having seen transdimensional beings (Tall Boys) walk into this 3-D earth-plane from other dimensions, and having seen a human dematerialize out of here, I realized that the walk-in theory might be possible.

The problem with all the other theories of origins of man is that they look at the earth and humans as solid. Once you realize that the universeís solidity is an illusion then it is perfectly feasible that a human could walk out of a multi-dimensional, non-solid, hyperspace into the 3-D earth plane.

Then particle-clang looks silly as the origins of our humanity and all of life on earth could well have begun in an eternal, twenty-six dimensional hyperspace that might have existed for trillions upon trillions of eons before this universe came into being, just 13.8 billions years ago. Humans could be very old, much older than the universe. It is also very possible that our Universe is just one of hundreds of thousands, maybe millions of universes, that various human species have evolved in over timeframes that are so astronomical in length they boggle the mind.

©Stuart Wilde 2006
www.stuartwilde.com

Here below is a P.S. about the origins of man that I saw in the Mirror World.

The Origins of Man in the Mirror World-Aluna
February 2006
Stuart Wilde

The mystical Kogi people of northern Columbia called the Mirror World, the aluna. In the aluna there is a record of the origins of man on earth. In there, it is shown that man walked in naked from another dimension but he was initially unable to cope. It was as if his brain was not as yet activated to deal with a world of three dimensions and gravity, so he initially lay down on the ground and fell asleep.

While he slept a being came to him from another world and it placed six psilocybin mushrooms on his chest, three down one side and three down the other. When the man woke he found the mushrooms and being hungry, he ate them. A while later the mushroomís affect took hold of him, and his brain that had been previously dormant, clicked into action and the man rose and stumbled off to find others who had also walked into this three dimensional plane on exactly the same day. I would presume women got here in the same way at the same time as the men.

What is fascinating is that the anthropologist and ethnobotanist Terrance McKenna, who wrote Gift of the Gods, knew about the mushroom activation of human consciousness theory but he did not discuss the walk-in theory. He believed humans evolved from a primitive state akin to automatons, and that they then took the mushroom they developed the self-aware conscious that we know today.

I have no idea how we will ever prove the walk-in theory because by its very nature it left no trace of what happened, but as creationism and evolutionism are open to question, it might be an idea to consider the possibility of walk-ins. A sophisticated form of the intelligent design theory might be right in the end as it doesnít preclude walk-ins, and when dealing with other dimensions in hyper-space, one isnít constrained by the tightness of a few billion years that particle-clang theory asks us to believe in.

I reckon we walked in here just as the animals and the insects did, and that life is trillions-upon-trillions of eons older than our rather new universe.

©Stuart Wilde 2006
www.stuartwilde.com


© Stuart Wilde 2006 - For more articles and visions please visit   www.stuartwilde.com

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#3 2006-03-19 03:44:48

Zarg
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Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

I like Stuart, but that is far-out, as I'll explain in a forth-coming post.  Don't forget he sometimes entertains and that is great -- just keeps the wheels in the brain lubricated, but there is a reason we did not walk-in from another dimension.  Think about it.

There ARE Walk-ins (from the 5th and 6th level) but they have permission to be here and serve a function. No one just walks-in or walks over because they feel like it. These things are regulated.

Zechariah Sitchin is very close to the truth of how man was 'originated'... and it was in Africa. But there have been at least 5 versions of man on the planet -- two of which have made it off, two that failed and wiped themselves out, and then this 5th version that I know of. In the 5th race timeline, Neanderthal was replaced by Cro-Magnon, and Cro-Magnon was replaced by Homo Sapiens... who is in the process of being replaced by Homo Noeticus (hybrid) -- and not necessarily for the better. These were all genetic manipulations. By ETs.

Thus, we are all 'aliens' on this planet -- there is not one who is pure earth-bred. As Animal Farm said:  'All pigs are equal, but some pigs are more equal than others.'

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#4 2006-03-20 21:32:57

Jeffrey of Troy
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Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

Stuart Wilde wrote:

The scientists believe in the theory of evolution ... The evolutionists also believe that ...

The scientific method doesn't allow for choosing what to believe; you have to find out what the truth is no matter what it turns out to be. The "scientists" are being un-scientific, and should be criticized on that basis.

Stuart Wilde wrote:

In fact, Darwin never said that modern man ascended from the apes.

He also never said that man descended from the apes. tongue

Stuart Wilde wrote:

He said there is a gap in the fossil record and that he did not know how modern man evolved.

Darwinian evolution + Velikovsky catastrophism = apparent "missing links" in fossil record.

Stuart Wilde wrote:

Modern man is not linked to the Neanderthals in any way whatsoever.

We share a common ancestor.

Zarg wrote:

These were all genetic manipulations. By ETs.
Thus, we are all 'aliens' on this planet ...

John L. Lash at metahistory has some very interesting things to say about that; esp. note the ET/Archon Navigator. The basic idea is that "we are aliens on this planet" is an attempt by the archons to try to get us to reject nature/reality. Keeping us confused/unconnected is one of their major programs.


We are all Kosh.

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#5 2006-05-14 14:11:07

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Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

Stuart Wilde is the coolest Sage Warrior I know of.
I'd trust the guy to cover my back in any situation.
He like all of us, or most of us is still human with his filters and biases...part of our human equation.
In spite if this he is one of the wisest souls I have ever encountered.

Anyone wishing to discuss tryptamine excursions into hyperspatial domain with me please get in contact.
If there are some females with experience in these matters I would be particularly interested, but I'm not holding my breath on that note as its a rare and difficult path for the female to go into those spaces and understandably so.
Something along that order was covered in " Dune " yet the Bene Geserit seemed to get close.


Until Later


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#6 2006-05-14 14:14:22

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Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

Stuart Wilde is the coolest Sage Warrior I know of.
I'd trust the guy to cover my back in any situation.
He like all of us, or most of us is still human with his filters and biases...part of our human equation.
In spite if this he is one of the wisest souls I have ever encountered.

Anyone wishing to discuss tryptamine excursions into hyperspatial domain with me please get in contact.
If there are some females with experience in these matters I would be particularly interested, but I'm not holding my breath on that note as its a rare and difficult path for the female to go into those spaces and understandably so.
Something along that order was covered in " Dune " yet the Bene Geserit seemed to get close.


Until Later


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#7 2006-05-15 16:35:05

zonabi
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Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

that kogi creation story is very interesting! its a shame that when i search it all that comes up is negative stories.


"...i was taken by the hand, from the ocean to the sand..."
nitin sawhney - 'eastern eyes'

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#8 2006-05-15 17:55:29

Toad_in_the_Matrix
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Registered: 2004-12-05

Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

StarCat wrote:

Anyone wishing to discuss tryptamine excursions into hyperspatial domain with me please get in contact.
If there are some females with experience in these matters I would be particularly interested, but I'm not holding my breath on that note as its a rare and difficult path for the female to go into those spaces and understandably so.

I presume you mean DMT? Although I'm not female I would be interested.

Why more difficult for a female?


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#9 2006-05-15 18:06:06

Lono
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From: Oklahoma, USA
Registered: 2006-05-03

Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

Starcat, I would be interested in knowing why you feel it's more difficult for women to "get into those spaces" than for men?  Do you mean socially because of the traditional roles of women in South America, or something different?

On the Ayahuasca.com forum, there are plenty of women who've gone hyper-dimensional thanks to DMT.  And if you expand that to the entire tryptamine family, the number is even larger.

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#10 2006-05-17 15:44:42

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Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

I thought it likely that generally speaking woman actually found it easier to enter these spaces than men though i may be missing some point or other.

I found this from Steve Gamble

After Narby's many experiences with Ashaninca it seemed more likely and no longer unreasonable for him to consider that the information about the molecular content of plants could truly come from the plant itself. He began to realise that the only way to understand shamanism was to defocalise ones gaze so as to perceive science and the indigenous vision at the same time. According to Narby, shamans take their consciousness down to molecular level and gain access to bio-molecular information This is similar to what Vogel was asking his subjects to do and is similar to remote viewing, remote sensing which has been the 'tool' of the intelligence agencies for a number of years. Only through this process 'consciousness' is projected 'externally' - instead of internally - into the external consciousness of the Earth to enable the intelligence agencies of a particular country to 'spy' on other governments and countries.

In their visions, shamans take their consciousness down to the molecular level and gain access to information related to DNA, which they call 'animate essences' or 'spirits'. This is the level where they see double helixes, twisted ladders and chromosome shapes, serpents, dragons and other spiritual beings. This is how shamanic cultures have known for millennia that the vital principle is the same for all living beings and is shaped like two entwined serpents (or a vine, a rope, a ladder) - caduceus. Accessing DNA is the source of their astonishing botanical and medicinal knowledge, which can only be attained in a defocalised and non-rational state of consciousness - in the absence of the intellect/ego - with the results being empirically verifiable. All the myths of these cultures are filled with biological imagery and the shaman's metaphoric explanations correspond quite precisely to the descriptions that biologists are starting to provide.44

The shamans referred to 'hidden spirits' because they remained hidden to them until they drank their special brew of hallucinogenic herbs. However, as Picknett and Prince discovered, 'at a London conference in October 1996 called The Incident, Jeremy Narby was questioned on why the shamans he had mentioned in his talk were all men. He replied that specially selected women often sit with the ayahuasqueros as they embark on their journey. The women actually accompany them and share in their experience and afterwards help them to remember what took place in those 'other realms' But the important point is that women do all this without taking Ayahuasca or being influenced by any drug or herb whatsoever.

Clearly, the female companions of the shamans have no need for chemical aids for their spiritual journey/flight.45 This is interesting, as we here at Equilibra have noticed the same with meditations. Generally, females find it much easier to meditate and travel on the 'inner journey' than males do and the female imagery of this inner journey is generally so much more vivid, colourful, clear and precise, both visually and verbally than the experience of the male counterpart. Could this natural ability of females have been one of the reasons that the Church and religions in general denigrated the female energy so, just as it did with the representation of the serpent? We know women were prominent in religion and spirituality during Egyptian times and well before this too, as they were at the time of Jesus. There were many women in 'olden days' that held high ranking positions in the church or priesthoods with the position of High Priestess, far more so than men did.
(bold mine)

http://www.equilibra.uk.com/shop5.shtml


Its not like we are fractions of the whole but rather versions of the whole.

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#11 2006-05-17 15:52:13

Lono
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From: Oklahoma, USA
Registered: 2006-05-03

Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

Barefoot Doc wrote:

Could this natural ability of females have been one of the reasons that the Church and religions in general denigrated the female energy so, just as it did with the representation of the serpent? We know women were prominent in religion and spirituality during Egyptian times and well before this too, as they were at the time of Jesus. There were many women in 'olden days' that held high ranking positions in the church or priesthoods with the position of High Priestess, far more so than men did. [/b] (bold mine)

I think there is some validity to this statement.  Obviously, there is some reason women have been "punished" by the patriarchial society, and spiritual jealousy could very well be a factor.

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#12 2006-06-02 08:30:36

Pinkrlyq
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Registered: 2006-05-25

Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

Lono wrote:

Barefoot Doc wrote:

Could this natural ability of females have been one of the reasons that the Church and religions in general denigrated the female energy so, just as it did with the representation of the serpent? We know women were prominent in religion and spirituality during Egyptian times and well before this too, as they were at the time of Jesus. There were many women in 'olden days' that held high ranking positions in the church or priesthoods with the position of High Priestess, far more so than men did. [/b] (bold mine)

I think there is some validity to this statement.  Obviously, there is some reason women have been "punished" by the patriarchial society, and spiritual jealousy could very well be a factor.

Well, in most "ancient" cultures, women were often considered more spiritually evolved and more similar to their believed "creator/s" than men, because women could "give life".  Most cultures viewed this as "divine", and thusly High Preistesses were fairly common in many societies. 

I don't think spiritual jealousy was as much a factor as the Power associated with a woman's biology.  Many men, after Jesus' crucifixtion, were all Power hungry, wanting to take charge over his followers (who had splintered into their own groups and often disagreed, just like today's Christianity), and the Romans knew the game of politics the best, and were also the most powerful and power hungry.  Constantine was a clever business man, who only saw a method to attain more land, riches and power/control through religion.  He couldn't have given a rat's ass about spirituality.  He, himself, was christened on his deathbed, when he was too weak to refuse (until he died he refused to be christened).  It was all about control.  I think sometimes we would like to romanticise history to make it easier to understand, but it was brutal and rarely were there ever spiritual motives involved for much of anything once the "Empires" began.  Kind of funny how since those Empires began trying subconsciously to emulate "higher realms" here on earth, it's only caused us to drift farther away from the source.  Greed not only blinds us in the moment, but acts as an amnesia as well.  Given enough time, "truth" becomes "myth" or worse, forgotten altogether.

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"Sometimes I wonder whether the world is being run by smart people who are putting us on, or by imbeciles who really mean it." ~ Mark Twain

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#13 2006-06-02 08:48:20

Pinkrlyq
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From: IL
Registered: 2006-05-25

Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

Barefoot Doc wrote:

I thought it likely that generally speaking woman actually found it easier to enter these spaces than men though i may be missing some point or other.

I found this from Steve Gamble

Clearly, the female companions of the shamans have no need for chemical aids for their spiritual journey/flight.45 This is interesting, as we here at Equilibra have noticed the same with meditations. Generally, females find it much easier to meditate and travel on the 'inner journey' than males do and the female imagery of this inner journey is generally so much more vivid, colourful, clear and precise, both visually and verbally than the experience of the male counterpart. Could this natural ability of females have been one of the reasons that the Church and religions in general denigrated the female energy so, just as it did with the representation of the serpent? We know women were prominent in religion and spirituality during Egyptian times and well before this too, as they were at the time of Jesus. There were many women in 'olden days' that held high ranking positions in the church or priesthoods with the position of High Priestess, far more so than men did. [/b] (bold mine)

http://www.equilibra.uk.com/shop5.shtml

Well, women do have more neurological connections between the left and right hemispheres of their brains, so I'm sure that has a bit to do with it, as well.... Also, is it possible that the Shamanic women are able to regulate their hormones in such a way as to produce the same effect as a mushroom would?  Just a thought smile   "Women don't need to take mushrooms, we have PMS!" tongue


"Sometimes I wonder whether the world is being run by smart people who are putting us on, or by imbeciles who really mean it." ~ Mark Twain

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#14 2007-12-25 11:57:09

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Re: Stuart Wilde's new article

Todays 'A' List newsletter ;

Stuie wrote:

New from Stuart Wilde
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Stuart Wilde
December 25th, 2007




Dear "A" List,

Happy Holidays.

I am sorry Iíve abandoned you and ignored you and not sent you much but my work load has been extraordinary recently.

But four hundred and seventy of you came to my Las Vegas, Trance States seminar and ninety-four AĖlist people have come to Ayahuasca in Ecuador, so I have not lost touch completely. I do have a bunch of stuff to send you in the New Year.

2008 will be the last year, so I am in the final stretch. The scattered Camelots arrived as promised and the door is now open, so after 2008 there is too much of the other work to do. I will probably keep stuartwilde.com going for a bit but not for long.

All the best for the New Year.

I think I can now safely say, "Our time has come".

Sincerely, Stuart Wilde

© Stuart Wilde 2007
www.stuartwilde.com



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There are an offal lotta peeps saying that the time is now, and 2008 is the One.

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