Where do you think there is a gateaway to another world or an unknown inhabited place?

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Myself, dreamtime and a few others like the idea of a concave earth. I wouldn't have made a blog about it if I hadn't.
Concave Earth Theory – The Wild Heretic
I had wondered from a post in another thread whether you were the Wild Heretic. Good to see you posting here. I've scanned your site back to front, and it played a very important role in my understanding of CE. Thanks for all your work!
 

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One of the major goals of the controllers was to kill God and convince the world that it doesn't exist. The world makes sense with God... Existence makes sense... Learning, surviving, and having experiences makes sense. In my view there exists 2 realms.. The Material and the Spiritual. We exist in both until the crude matter (gotta love Yoda) dies. Then we, for the most part, exist only in the Spiritual. Don't ask me what happens after that.

In my opinion, our thoughts and dreams are connected to the spiritual... We have spiritual senses such as imagination, intuition, creativity, past, future, memories, recollection, rationality.. we have Mind and Self,which can't be proven empirically. And then we have the physical senses of touch, sight, smell, taste, and sound.
 

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I had wondered from a post in another thread whether you were the Wild Heretic. Good to see you posting here. I've scanned your site back to front, and it played a very important role in my understanding of CE. Thanks for all your work!
Thanks. Some articles need updating but I'm busy researching history atm.
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Do we know what stands behind God? As in what's in it for us? And why not Gods?
Korben, do you think the Hebrew God is the father of the Greek and "Roman" Gods, aka Zeus? I'm not sure right now. Sort of sitting on the fence.

I was looking at the origin of the word "Jeru-salem" which means corner stone (or foundation) of the deity "Salem". I assume this is YHWH, but it might not be. The old Jerusalem was a very important city bang smack in the middle of the world and pretty large if we look at the mappa mundis.
 

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Do we know what stands behind God? As in what's in it for us? And why not Gods?
In fact, we don't. I believe the Bible was trying to put forth the best possible way to live one's life. Don't commit adultery because that causes strife for 2 different families, disunity, disharmony, and if the community is really small it is going to cause the whole community concern with inevitable trust issues and could weaken the tribe. That obviously is just one example out of dozens. What was Mankind's experience up to that point? I'm assuming 100s if not 1000s of years of trial and error. We also read about many characters and the decisions they made and the outcome of those decisions, whether they improved or harmed their fellow Man,their families, their communities. What worked and what didn't work.

As for gods ? To me that makes no sense. In my opinion one God, one grand Consciousness, one set of rules that we never see broken, one Nature. One Existence. One Reality. I don't see any evidence to the contrary. And neither did the people that wrote the Bible.

Which leads to the age old question, Are we judged after we return to the Spiritual realm, or is the point to have different experiences so that we grow spiritually?
 
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WORDS can be edited or changed. There are MANY good stories and tales out there if one needs guidance or a moral compass. That book is not the only one. And if you REALLY study it, there's lots of holes to be filled in. Lots of waste of reading of begats and names none of us have a reference for anymore. And WILD anthropomorphism, just like the Greek and Roman gods or DISNEY and Hollywood.
Just because we use words doesn't mean GOD does.
Yes, I also believe in the message of the CHRIST. Pretty straightforward there.
And I believe in the ONE. We could talk until we're blue in the face about that enigma. Not much can really be said about GOD. Even that name is misleading, I try not to use it so much.
But, we all have our own stories and beliefs. All good and fine until we start FIGHTING about them some more.
Read "Old Turtle" by Douglas Wood or "The Three Questions" by Jon J Muth. Kid's stories are some of the best.
I've come to the personal realization not everybody has an individual soul. You have to build it. There are many NPCs out there and many soulless husks. To those of us that catch on to proper behavior and respect of LIFE, we begin to build our wings. And others catch on. Even domesticated pets, if treated right or they share emotions and karma may come back as humans in another life.
Take that as you will. I'm just responding with my thoughts on the matter.
But NONE of us knows the whole story or has a monopoly on truth. It usually involves a lot LESS words.
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And we can really only judge ourselves, despite our contrary training to peek and spy and try to get over each other.
PSYCHOSTASIA
The Egyptians had a good image. All symbolic and metaphorical, for the initiated. The masses have always been fed partial truths.
 
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Of all the models for this world that I have come across, the concave model resonates strongest. I was roped in by flat earth, and defended it on many occasions, but I'm now inclined to think that the purpose of flat earth is to lock people into a system of belief that is attractive enough to be convincing, but that is ultimately incorrect in how it describes the world we live in.

The fact that flat earth has become so widespread, with its myriad of supporters and detractors, while concave earth remains almost unheard of, is further sign in my mind that we are being offered to choose between two false models. Nothing that has any real truth to explodes out of nowhere as the flat earth model has without someone influencing it. Supporters argue that flat is suppressed. I beg to differ. It's been promoted to a great extent (and even those who attack flat earth help to spread the seed). When my 90 year old grandmother from the other side of the world and who doesn't speak a word of English casually asked me about it one day, it told me everything I needed to know. Even on this forum, where one expects to see all kinds of theories, the subforum 'Alternative Earth Shape' has not one topic discussing concave earth. It's all convex versus flat. As I alluded to above, I think the trap has worked very well by those who set it.

At present, and I'm open to changing at a moment's notice, I'm inclined to agree that we live in a relatively round container through which there is no exit/entrance. Everything we see in the skies is inside our container, of which the ground that we walk on is the inner shell. It is not our 'planet' that is 8,000 miles in diameter, but our entire universe. I don't wish to delve into the science behind concave earth, but needless to say that its explanation for a wide-ranging number of phenomena is far more plausible in my mind than explanations offered by the convex/flat models. Nevertheless, flat earth was an important gateway for me.

To answer the original post, I don't believe there is any gateway or unknown inhabited place. This is a very special place, and it was created for us. The past 70 years have been an exercise in trying to convince you that you are anything but special, and the evidence would suggest that it's worked a treat. We have more young people today who are inclined to believe that beings visit our planet in saucers and that we can live in the stars one day than in the idea of a creator. And how little time it takes to convince people they are insignificant, meaningless and random. But if you seek a higher truth, the doors will always be open, even if some things are destined to forever remain a mystery.
I do not subscribe to a particular model, I am open-minded to any model, but what all of these models and theories have in common is that they all claim that there is more to this world than what we already know. So by that claim, I want to know what I do not know.
 

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Back to the topic of this thread...
I've heard Mt Shasta in the PNW. Tibet. Usually seems to suggest inner earth access. The Bermuda Triangle if you have ironclad cajones.
The book Ong's Hat by Joseph Matheny of
The Incunabula Papers: Ong's Hat
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FAME.
Said peeps were doing it in the old commune days. "Yolking" with a partner, opening a dimensional gateway and going to alternate earths. Some other pamphlets or books about it...
Check out the above mystery sandwich. Decide if the AI of the incunabula should take over instead of Skynet...
 

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I think there is no predetermined natural place for such a gate... that is if it even exists.

To me, it appears that gates of this type could only be technology based in nature. As such, the ones with proper set of skills and knowledge should be able to create them at will wherever they need to.
 

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I wanna go out to these places/locations that have any clues to our lost history. I have read and research all the juicy stuff and the only thing left is to explore and see things for myself.
First, wonderful thread all.

I've always pondered the possibility that all of the theosophists and masons were on to something - that it's not something we "go out" to discover, but rather, the gateway may be found and traveled through by going inward, through meditation, lucid dreaming, remote viewing, out-of-body experience, astral travel, opening the all-seeing 3rd eye, call it what you'd like.

Traveling dimensionally in such a manner could just as well be like traveling through so-called wormholes in "space". Have you considered that the "astral" in the terms astral projection, astral plane, and astral body means "star"? As in "To the Stars" (thoughts on Project Bluebeam for another time and place, for those that get the references).

@Jacob , I could only wish to be as lucky as you to have started my journey at your age, and more importantly, to have started it from a point where many of us took years upon years to pick up and move onward from. Kudos to you, my friend.

But, to be sure, there is undoubtedly a quickening happening before our eyes - the exponential and explosive ramping up of creative genius, rigorous intellectualism, masterfully-talented laypersons, and impossible levels of athleticism displayed in younger generations clearly speak of an apocalypse, a (re?)awakening of our human potential. Exciting times we live in, but I digress.

Again, I say to you Jacob, consider looking inside. Know thyself. I feel that it's just as likely that you could and may find a very real (and not just poetic) gateway to the stars - well before finding a physical door leading us out from our jail cells on this material plane.

To be sure, if you were to ask me if i've found the door yet myself, I would answer that I don't think I have. But whatever I've found so far in my lucid dream experiences do give me much hope.

But that's the beauty of this one, you'd don't have to buy a plane ticket to go here, you don't even have to leave your house to explore the boundaries of this realms. I suggest you consider vipassana meditation (or lucid dreaming) to get started on this journey, if you wish. Vipassana meditation is a Thai buddhist tradition (Theravada), there's no belief required, no chakras, no deities, no ritual. Merely breathing and being present with what is, that is all.

I get that much of the above (and even responses of others above) seems like ripped-off lyrics to an Imagine Dragons song. I don't know what that band knows, believe, or is up to, but, their lyrics to "radioactive" do seem to resonate, I can't help but admit.
Radioactive
Imagine Dragons
Whoa, oh, oh
Whoa, oh, oh
Whoa, oh, oh
Whoa
I'm waking up to ash and dust
I wipe my brow and I sweat my rust
I'm breathing in the chemicals
I'm breaking in, shaping up, then checking out on the prison bus
This is it, the apocalypse
Whoa
I'm waking up, I feel it in my bones
Enough to make my systems blow
Welcome to the new age, to the new age
Welcome to the new age, to the new age
Whoa, oh, oh, oh, oh, whoa, oh, oh, oh, I'm radioactive, radioactive
Whoa, oh, oh, oh, oh, whoa, oh, oh, oh, I'm radioactive, radioactive
I raise my flags, don my clothes
It's a revolution, I suppose
We'll paint it red to fit right in
Whoa
I'm breaking in, shaping up, then checking out on the prison bus
This is it, the apocalypse
Whoa
I'm waking up, I feel it in my bones
Enough to make my systems blow
Welcome to the new age, to the new age
Welcome to the new age, to the new age
Whoa, oh, oh, oh, oh, whoa, oh, oh, oh, I'm radioactive, radioactive
Whoa, oh, oh, oh, oh, whoa, oh, oh, oh, I'm radioactive, radioactive
For all of the Earth-shape agnostics out there, there's also this curious gem from a different Imagine Dragons song.
 
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