It Reminds me of the Organian Peace Treaty (A star Trek fan will understand)
You can now appreciate how that episode of the show was not completely ficticious.
The attraction and appeal of science fiction movies and television series are because they remind many of us of what we know at the soul level.
You down with OPT, yeah you know me.
Excellent reading Pat, love the evolution banner with footballer, very clever, would make a great t shirt !
In red on white AND white on red. OK, OK, black & white, too.
What do they mean they ("it is us") will intervene in a nuclear war?
Energetic beings - in other words, spirits, souls and such - will prevent a nuclear war from starting. There won't be a nuclear war in which to intervene. It will be stopped before it can begin.
Alien extraterrestrials - physical body beings such as ourselves - would not be the ones to intervene.
Humans have not attempted to start a nuclear conflict - we haven't collectively leaped off the nuclear building. Our guides and others have not needed to deploy an atomic net to catch mankind's fall.
Patrick & TC:
I'm curious if the "Safety Net" of (essentially our collective non physical selves) intervening on our behalf is purely related to protecting this physical dimension (planet) and the inhabitants or if it also includes the unintended impacts to other dimensions or probable / alternate versions of this reality / planet?
It's really more of a "physics" question about the structure of space.
It is my understanding that all physical matter (multiple dimensions, realities, etc.) occupy the same space arrangement, but are "perceived" only by aligning with the applicable vibrational frequency, Using cable TV as an example. All those channels and storylines exist simultaneously (on demand), but you only watch (perceive) the channel or program that you "tune into" through the conduict.
If this is true about broader reality, I'm wondering if the detonation of powerful nuclear weapon(s) would have unintended consequences (vibrationally) on other realities and that is part of the reason that intervention would take place.
Curious minds (not bodies) want to know or be "blown away".
Thanks for that clarification. Ooof, that's a lot of information to digest. This turns my thinking up-side-down. My status quo has been seriously altered.
@Eva: In another place and in a different time, this information would be cause for at least my ex-communication.
@Tim: The intervention would be to protect energetic beings, not us. We could annihilate mankind with biological weapons, slowly and gradually and we'd be allowed to do it. We could devastate Earth physically, also.
Mass, sudden deaths as would occur in a nuclear war - hundreds of millions of people dying over just several hours - would cause terrible ripple effects across the universe. A massive disturbance in The Force.
Imagine being forced to watch children tortured in front of their parents, but you could stop it, to prevent the effect on YOU. You would and also because NO PURPOSE is served by allowing the torture of the parents.
Human choices and development (or demise) which result, serve great purposes. Self extinguishment of a billion lives doesn't even serve dirty crumbs, seen from the home and place of our souls. It would be like the torture example.
Your cable TV analogy and suggestion of effects, are very good.
Thank you for the reply. Makes perfect sense.
Even as I typed my original question about the "inter-dimensional physics" of such an explosion, I thought to myself, that a nuclear device, while quite powerful, pales in comparison to the cosmic explosions that have and do occur regularly with our own central star (sun) and other stars.
If they don't rip(ple) through the fabric of the cosmos, crossing barriers between the dimensional veils, then a detonation like this wouldn't seem likely to either.
Lovely to know that the interconnectedness of everything includes a safety net.
That said, I don't intend to whip up a batch of popcorn, as I watch the "Trump-Kim" show play out over time.
Might've just thought up my Halloween costume for this year though.
“The population, …… was relocated in groups … as they were given instruction and coaching over several centuries, to ensure their growth and survival of the new species.”
May I take it that the instructors of human survival are often now referred to as 'Gods' such as 'Ra' of ancient Egypt or 'Zeus' of ancient Greece? They taught the primitive humans agriculture, fire, calendar, etc.
That also implies there never was any Garden of Eden where Adam and Eve were living in harmony with God, until they were cast out. Oh, what a shame, because that was a romantic folklore. Now we know life was always an immense struggle from the very beginning of humanity (after the ET miners had left with their loot).
Correct; the Garden of Eden refers to the period of mining, where the humanoids were cared for completely by the alien ETs who created them. Names of Gods from many cultures are references to the creator ETs.
The Adam and Eve story and piece of Adam's rib taken to create Eve, refer to the DNA process and creation of humanoid beings.
No, life was not a struggle at all. It's become that way as mankind has grown, developed and learned to be its worst enemy. We've improved a lot and we do every day, but we also improve our collective ability to seek out imperfections as we define those, then we broadcast and magnify them as far and wide as possible, for political and financial gain.
Even more interesting! The myth of Garden of Eden refers to the gold mine (probably in South Africa) where humans were first bred to dig gold for the ET miners. We were the two-legged mules for the miners, much like mules are made to haul goods nowadays.
And we felt lost when our breeders/masters left the planet with their loot and we had to fend for ourselves Seems like the thunder bolt of Zeus must be wipes to keep the humans digging hard..
Alas, the ET miners .probably did think the diggers would be space travelers 10,000 years laters. They probably mix-in too much brain genes and not enough muscle genes.
Hi Patrick nice article as usual and I waa wondering according tonic commenting in the article on how you have a mild curiosity in this subject so what types of subjects interest you Patrick besides any that you have covered on here thanks
Over the years, my interests and hobbies have included (besides this website, channeling and related things): baseball, rugby football. American football, basketball, trees and arbor sciences, Latin America, Spain and Iberian cultures in general (especially Portugal), stock car racing, target shooting, bicycle racing, football soccer, economic behavior and analysis, literature in general, music (performing), golf, astronomy, motorcycling, antique firearms, mountaineering, physics and electricity and cooking. Husbanding and parenting were a big part, but those aren't generally considered "interests" although they are, to me, especially because of the investment I made in them and the tremendous dividends paid back.
My current interests are drawn to social and public policy even though I dislike politicians and politics in general (go figure.) I've lived in 4 countries besides my native one and I've visited a good three dozen total, many repeatedly, and I've been in more than two thirds of the United States. I've seen a lot of different societies and systems and the best one of all, is where I settled almost 20 years ago and still am. This naturally leads to observation and comparison, unavoidable for anybody not living behind a rock.
News has just broken that more than 50 people were slaughtered and 400 injured at a country music concert in Las Vegas, Nevada. The usual political claptrap will erupt, most of it as predictable as a sunrise BUT sifting through the bullshit to find insight into the motivations of the dead killer will be interesting.
Or I can ask The Committee and I often do, but I do not disclose details or information regarding criminal acts.
Ya terrible about Las Vegas and I understand you Patrick I'm not sure if im a late bloomer as far what ur doing with spirit but I'd be happy when the time comes
They seem to be mystified about the killer's motivations so far. ISIS claimed he was a convert, but provided no proof.
What is really mysterious, is that a concert goer said a woman pushed her way to the front row at the concert and told some people they were all going to die that night. She was taken away by security. This happened 45 minutes before the shooting started.
It seems that the guy who shot killing 58 people had no less than 10 assault rifles in his room.
Bought online, as one would buy a cell phone.
I suppose that buying an assault war rifle (maybe more than one) is in the spirit of self defense, uh?
If it was not a brutal tragedy, it would be a real comedy to watch.
For sure this killing will not change anything. Dying by gunfire in USA will remain a common cause, as OECD statistics brutally show.
USA has a cultural gap, thats' obvious.
One reporter said yesterday that one senate candidate from Alabama, Ray Moore (if I recall well) has gone to a public speach showing a gun in his hand... ANd that it is really telling.
I'm interested in what this cultural gap is and how can it be addressed.
Following up on Pierluigi: it is my take that the intention of the 2nd Amendment of the US Constitution had nothing to do with the current practice concerning guns in private ownership. In the 2nd Amendment you find the following language “A well regulated Militia, being the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
There needs to be a fresh thinking and decision-making as to what a “well regulated Militia, being the security of a free State” is and what it is not. Once that is clear you can decide who is entitled to keeping and bearing arms, and who is not.
The problem, in my opinion, comes with the vast room of interpretation of the implied statement that militia qualifies for the security of a free State. And what that militia could be and what it could do is left to decide to the individual who keeps and bears arms. So seems to me the present situation.
I know that libertarians will hate it, but I suggest to emphasize "well regulated" more than done presently.
just my 2 cts
… and no, I am not from the US, just an interested observer from over the pond.
Please excuse my mistake in the quotation of the 2nd amendment, I left out the "necessary to" part. So it should read : "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
Man, creating humanoids, taking care of them for as long as they were needed, and then just leaving them to die seems incredibly cruel.
Not really. Who lives forever? It's really a matter of how death comes about.
The initial decision was to allow the created worker civilization to expire naturally as its numbers declined. This was overridden.
It was cruel because how were the humanoids going to take care of themselves when they were neither designed or taught to do so? The ETs who created them didn't care.
Yes, it is about HOW they would die . . . starvation? . . . lack of knowledge how to survive or defend themselves from predators?
I imagine they would have felt great confusion and loss once their caretakers (ETs) left with the gold. So, yeah, it was cruel. From the narrative The Committee provided, it sounds like the other ETs thought so too, and came to provide guidance.
No, not at all. The ETs who created them DID care.
The problem is, a created, artificially inserted race would likely disturb the existing environment and do long term harm. Watching over them and making provisions for their safety until their bodies expired was the logical course. Nobody created would die a harmful, unpleasant or diseased and as each expired naturally, existing, native indigenous species and races would continue unaffected.
There was never a plan to abandon then allow them to die painfully. The idea was to NOT propagate their - OUR - posterity.
No other ETs came to guide the first humanoids.
Thank you, as ever Patrick, for your role in providing us such meaningful commentary from the Committee.
In trying to assemble an overview of this and prior installments of this topic, are the following assumptions accurate? That the ET miners left here after amassing what gold the initial humans helped them collect about 50,000 years ago. That since that time, we as humans have produced the Lemuria (Mu) civilization which sunk, then the Atlantean civilization which destroyed itself, and now our current iteration (seeded to an extent by the Atlanteans). (Was there a catastrophic meteor strike somewhere in that timeline?) And within another thousand years from now we, as humans on earth, will achieve a higher plane of existence and no longer require the physical benefits this environment provides. Is this accurate? Also, will we then be on a level of achievement and capability to enable us to interact with our cousins in the Pleiedes, Arcturus, and Sirius?
More like 100,000 years. You're right, fifty thousand has been suggested before but a thousand centuries is closer to the amount of time humans and predecessors have had on Earth.
Yes, there was a catastrophic meteor strike which ended Atlantis.
In another ten to fifteen centuries, we'll be a somewhat different physical being BUT we'll still be a part of the Earth environment.
We can interact with them now, if we don't collectively freak out.
No, we won't be on a technological or vibrational level with the alien ETs you mention quite that fast, but we'll be aligned enough to interact with them more telepathically than we can now, which is nearly zero.
Off subject , but I'm so sad about Tom Petty dying . UHG I'm such a huge fan I really loved him . He was super close best friends with George Harrison . Patrick you channeled Harrison recently and it was wonderful , maybe it's too soon but ? ? After George Harrison's death Tom Petty gave my favorite quote about Harrison -" I'd like to assure all his fans that George Harrison was just as wonderful as you imagined and maybe even more . "
Put together your questions and remind me (through the Contact Page) in about 2 weeks, when I'm pretty sure I'll have time
Kim, I just saw a headline where Tom Petty's daughter is slamming Rolling Stone magazine for saying he died. She said, "My dad is not dead yet, but your f**king magazine is."
I suggested two weeks for specific reasons that'll be well understood by then, such as this.
Petty has passed , I'm excited about you later channeling him Patrick
Great channelling information as always. Can the committee say if humans will come face to face contact with their original ET creators in the near future or is that possibility closed off ?
The possibility is not closed off BUT unlikely, says The Committee, because those alien ETs do not want it.
Essentially it would be like meeting great, great, great ....... grandparents from three thousand generations ago.
Moreover, we have evolved far beyond what was created and modified a thousand centuries ago. There were no Swedes, Malaysians, Nigerians, Chinese, Mexicans, etc. and we no longer physically resemble those ancestors, not even close.
@Patrick. I'm somewhat mollified by your last paragraph, that we have evolved (all by our lonesome?) since our first model. Or were we assisted a tad just to give us a boost? The idea that we were created by an indifferent species is what gave me this feeling of us being living things to be toyed with and used. How does all this tie in with our spiritual selves. Are we just condoning and accepting what is? I'm afraid what I really feel inside does not come through with words alone.
Assistance depends on your definition, but we have been given very little since the early preparation for our development.
They were not indifferent AT ALL, and the evidence is that we were created. We have never been toyed with or used by alien extraterrestrials, either our creators or any visitors.
The creation of the first humanoids was a serious undertaking. No humanoids were injured, abused or mistreated intentionally.
@Patrick hi Patrick I don't know how many people on earth would share this opinon but if knew the truth I would think they"d be welcome to return or do they feel shame or regret over what a few of there members did
On the l.v situation, i wonder, do the guides ever feel sadness that such a massacre is about to unfold around them, and they just have to let it occur?
In other words, do they themselves feel like emotional victims?
This does not mean they have no reaction or emotion but they see a larger picture than we on Earth usually do. They see that death is not the finality of existence and that pain, suffering and anguish as humans experience them have a value and purpose humans often cannot because we choose not to see that angle.
Very fascinating, and thank you Patrick!
On a spiritual / soul level, how and why did the collective 'we' choose to inhabit the bodies of said humanoids from whatever beginning there was, and through the evolutionary process?
Why do we still?
Information channelled indicates we've reached levels of technological and spiritual enlightenment beyond where we are today a few times, and then get knocked back to start over.
What's the purpose of that track of existence? And again, what is the relationship to our souls choice of integration with such creatures (humans).?
The opportunity for unparalleled and unique experience is why.
The remainder of the question/comment is a good summary of what The Amendment has been about, since the beginning.
Why did the visitors need the Gold from this planet?
By the way I’m liking the animated gif headers on the site now as opposed the static images.
Explained in The Alien Handbook. Essentially, for atmospheric thus weather stability.
Those aliens building a "human" workforce out of genetic engineering and then leaving them to dissipate (of age, or diseases) when the work had been done is disturbingly similar to the "replicant workforce" that we can find in the Blade Runner movie.
No surprise that their comrades (and our neighborhood) got really upset about this.
I recall also in your books that those aliens made us pretty unable to use telepathy as a mean of communication (even if still at potential level) and we had to revert to written/spoken language to communicate. They had made a race of slaves unaware of being slaves... to me is even worse and pityful than being enslaved from freedom.
I don't feel pity for our ancestors, mind you, but for them, our alien "creators". They should have known better the value of freedom for a life form (even if it was less intelligient and self aware).
Like Gandalf said about Saruman: "wizards should have known better!" (talking of the scouge of Fangorn forest)
There was no spoken or written language for the first humanoids, those developed slowly and by humanity's own actions. Telepathic communication WAS the way the first humanoids communicated with their creator masters. Human ability to telepathically communicate has always existed. It is left dormant and forgotten, usually denounced and when accepted, the observers typically insist that obscure, meaningless information be produced as proof it exists, as "validation", reinforcing doubt and skepticism. THAT is why we do not use telepathy. The mental capability of the first humanoids was the limitation, not the method of communication.
The first humanoids were NOT slaves. Slavery requires a society or life for possible return from which the enslaved came OR an environment where a separate, independent life is possible. Think of many working farm animals; if they were "freed" where would they go and how would they live? Neither thing existed for the first humanoids.
You are right, there was a reaction of horror upon discovery that a new race, with the potential to flourish into a civilization, had been created for a specific purpose only. Great distress at knowing the new race would be allowed to pleasantly, gently and naturally expire as the members died easy and protected deaths but at a rate below that needed for replacement or growth.
Our creators paid meticulous attention to their hybrid miners, much like a farmer taking care of his ox or mule. And the mine foremen later became deitified as gods to the hybrid miners, after ET had left. The mine foremen's electric shock rod was applied to the miners just like a jockey whipping his horse. (All out of love, of course.) But the miners remembered that as lightning bolt tossed down from heaven by Zeus.
The ET gold prospectors left Earth after the hybrid miners finished removing 90% of the planet's gold for their masters. Alas, other ET came to rescue those hybrid miners, before tigers and leopards had finished eating them.
While Patrick may only have a passing curiosity in this topic. I consider the significance of this story far greater than a retired accountant shooting up a concert, or the fat dictator in North Korea, or the clown president in the US.
No one would mind if we take a bunch of farm animals to work on a mine, and when the mining is finished, leaving the farm animals to die (in the wild). Therefore, we shouldn't be upset if the ET genetic scientists (aka our creators) left their bastards to die after the mining is done. At least the hybrid miners could remember the good old days working in the mines as living in the Garden of Eden in harmony with the mine foremen.
Well, the ET gold prospectors probably never imagine their mining animals would travel to space to look for their creators, after ET had left for 100,000 years.
I cannot understand the idea that those who "created" the humanoids as laborers, are now being judged for allowing those humanoids to live. But for their actions, we would not have the honor to inhabit these humanoid bodies for this unique and amazing sojourn on earth. Are we really going to blame and judge matters which occurred well before our time and well beyond our capacity to understand, especially through the lens of our current and obviously myopically distorted social viewpoint? It seems a little like looking a gift horse in the mouth.
@otherscott: Good, another point of view.
@Stephen: No one would mind if we take a bunch of farm animals to work on a mine, and then leave them to die? I beg to differ!!!
I live in a mountainous rural area where many of the long-time locals have little regard for animals. Too many of them abandon their pets. We've even see a few instances of horses left to starve to death to give you an idea.
It's gotten somewhat better because of the work of numerous rescue groups. But when I moved here in 2001, the homeless dog and cat population was awful. These animals would be found in skin and bones condition.
Animal rescue groups exist not only to rescue abused animals, but also abandoned animals. We live among forests with plenty of wild things to eat, like rabbits, mice, and wild turkey, yet these abandoned dogs and cats starve because their hunting skills have been diminished by domestication.
Most people are not okay with abandoning domesticated pets or farm animals. It's a cruelty.
Totally agree with Lorry
How am I only the first to ask this, ha? Rh+ vs Rh- : is the evolutionary background of Rh related to these DNA modifications you speak of? Do Rh- people have more "alien DNA?" Some say that Rh- people have a lower body temp, are more hardy in some ways (less in others), and more easily able to access their telepathic antenna. Are these accurate at all, and can you expound upon the benefits/hardships/etc.?
Says The Committee: All human body characteristics result from DNA use and modification.
The next question, does blood Rhesus factor affect spiritual awareness or ability? No.
How did the Garden of Eden story get in the Bible and who wrote it. I’ve always been curious about it. What about Noah and the flood? What’s the true story on that?
I generally stay away from questions of interpretation or truth related to religious scripture, fable and belief. These topics are WELL researched already.
Hi Patrick just watched the inner light on star trek I was just wondering if the emotional impact of the last 10 minutes of the show is that just for tv or is the sentiment reflective of other et under the same circumstances
Just for TV, like everything on every TV program. That said, many concepts in many shows are inspired by soul memory and life plans, appearing for certain purposes. Human TV programs are not accurate re-eneactments of angelic, ET or soul level events, however.
Lol ok maybe we would be better off without tv
I must say that this latest channeling about early humans is even more fleshed out that what has come before. Thank you Patrick and TC.
I have a question about this paragraph: An agreement was made among all concerned space travel capable planets in the cluster, that the newly created race would be protected and steadily taught to develop survival ability. The populations, only several thousand in total, was relocated in groups to areas where climate and natural conditions most favored their survival, as they were given instruction and coaching over several centuries, to ensure their growth and survival of the new species."
Okay . . . we are told that humans arose in Africa and migrated from there, adapting physical characteristics over time that better suited new environments.
1) Was the mining originally done in Africa or elsewhere?
2) What explains the vast differences in human appearance? Did the abrupt moving of groups to various locations cause humans to develop more varied physical characteristics than they would have if they had migrated more gradually?
3) What were the first locations they were taken to?
4) Native Americans made their way here from elsewhere and I assume they did so on their own. Why did the ETs not locate early humans to North America? Or did they?
2. Climate and yes, but enough time has passed since then, and enough migration has occurred by humans' own hands, that the variations in race which have existed for as long current recorded history includes them, would have developed anyway.
3. Where were they created? What is now Africa, principally.
4. Not enough gold to be extracted, to be worth the effort.
No 4) Wish my first wife had shared that mantra !!😀
So the earliest humans were slaves exploited for the economic wealth they produced. 100,000 years later and not much has changed.
Patrick had stated repeatedly that the first humans were NOT slaves; they were more like farm animals. You wouldn't call your horse a slave.
Using locally available input (manpower) to exploit local resource is just mercantilism. Slaves owners in the US did that for cotton, spice for the Dutch in Indonesia, and tea +opium for the Brits in India before. Mercantilism must be built into human DNA.
One day, with much, much better technology, we might also be able to do that at other far away planets. We could implant artificial intelligence chips in local animals to do our bidding, rather than genetically engineer a new breed. I hope that won't trigger an inter-galactic war with other ET's over some gold mines in a far away planet.
Or, if we become more proficient with fusion power, we can manufacture gold molecules by splitting and re-assembling atoms. Then we won't have to travel that far for the yellow metal.
Question: even though humanity was originally engineered for mining, is humanity considered a relatively fast learner? Afterall, in the past 100,000 years, humanity has evolved three times (from scratch) with sufficient technological advance for space travelling.
Alex - your comment suggests you have NOT read the explanations.
U know it's funny to think about Patrick but we humans love to complicate things when there so simplistic to understand otherwise