Tuesday, June 30, 2020

A day in the life of a Buddhist monk (video)

Johnathan Green, TrueTube, May 26, 2020; Dhr. Seven, Amber Larson (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
The life of a wandering ascetic (Buddhist monk) includes going on alms round, England.

Say hello to Venerable Manapo. He’s a Buddhist monk or bhikkhu in Warwickshire, England. TrueTube's cameras followed him around to find out what he does all day. What does any Buddhist nun or monk do all day?

The Forest Hermitage, Warwickshire, UK
What's the point of doing it? This wandering ascetic is on a spiritual mission, the same one Siddhartha was on, a quest for enlightenment, awakening from all the painful illusions of life, the marriage of compassion and wisdom, escaping to reality. This is a short film by Jonathan Green.

    20+ million lived in Amazon (Joe Rogan)

    JRE Clips from The Joe Rogan Experience #1284 with Graham Hancock, author of America Before, and #1293 with Andrew Santino, 2019; Pat Macpherson, Dhr. Seven, Xochitl (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
    One of thousands of Amazon "Stonehenges," amazing archeology Europeans wiped out.

    The Amazon jungle is a colossal mystery with Graham Hancock
    J. Rogan Experience
    (JRE Clips) Host Joe Rogan has hind mind blown by researcher Graham Hancock, author of America Before. The White man wiped out the New World with his European diseases like smallpox, greed, and war and domination mentality, developed it would seem from centuries of fighting each other all over Europe.

    America Before: Key to Earth's Lost Civilization
    Smallpox seems to have killed an estimated former population of 20 million people in the Amazon basin, a massive garden fed by the use of terra preta ("dark earth"), a uniquely rich biochar soil containing a unique mix of microbes not found in adjacent soils. The basin is an area the size of India or 5.5 million square kilometers.

    It is full of henges (like Stonehenge), sophisticated manmade earthworks, deep ditches with embankments and sometimes stone pillars, used by astronomers. There are thousands of them in the Amazon. LIDAR (light imaging and detecting radar).

    The Maya, Aztec, Toltec, and other civilizations were unimaginably grand and sophisticated. Taken from Joe Rogan Experience #1293 w/Andrew Santino and #1284 w/Graham Hancock.

    (JRE Clips) Joe Rogan Experience #1284, The Amazon is a Colossal Mystery w/Graham Hancock, April 23, 2019).

    Jimmy Dore (Mark Thompson's Edge Show)

    The Edge w/ Mark Thompson (edge-show.com)
    As political awareness and participation increases, comedian Jimmy Dore is at the center of a lot of the action. Dore is a comic and political activist with a formidable following. He joins Host Mark Thompson (edgewithmarkthompson@gmail.com) for the entire episode of The Edge Show. stitcher.com/podcast...

      Senile Joe Biden; Pandemic Strike (video)

      Mike MacRae, Joey Biden, Maxim Baru, Jimmy Dore, June 30, 2020; Editors, Wisdom Quarterly
      Pizza Gate (Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, and Podesta the Molester Brothers' kiddie party) resurfaces.

      Longtime politician, lawyer, and default presidential candidate Joe "Pizza Gate" Biden is demented and sounds more than a little senile. What this country needs is a general strike during the pandemic according to IWW Labor Organizer Maxim Baru in an interview on The Jimmy Dore Show, which has premium members, live shows, and a newsletter.

      Demented Joe Biden (voiced by Mike MacRae) calls The Jimmy Dore Show

      Whites calling the cops on Blacks (video)

      The Daily Show w/Trevor Noah, 6/29/20; Seth Auberon, Pfc. Sandoval (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

      White people unnecessarily calling the cops on Black people
      From Starbucks to the golf course to Dollar stores, White people are unnecessarily calling the cops on Black people. Here’s a look back at what's going on. #DulceSloan

      Government surveillance (comedy)

      John Oliver (HBO, 4/5/15); Jimmy Dore; Pfc. Sandoval, Ashley Wells (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

      Government Surveillance: Last Week Tonight
      There are very few government checks on what the USA’s sweeping surveillance programs are capable of doing. John Oliver sits down with freedom-loving patriotic hero Edward Snowden live in Russia to discuss the NSA (National Spying Association of America), the balance between privacy and security, and dic-pics.

      Losing the great Carl Reiner (comedy)

      Reuters, 6/30/20; CNN; BofH; Seth Auberon, Sheldon S., Ashley Wells (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

      (Reuters) Remembering comedy icon Carl Reiner, dead at 98, June 30, 2020: Carl Reiner, a driving force in American comedy as a writer for television pioneer Sid Caesar, partner of Mel Brooks, and the creator and co-star of the classic sitcom “The Dick Van Dyke Show” with beloved American actor Dick Van Dyke (Mary Poppins) has died peacefully at age 98.

      The very best of Mel Brooks (w/Gene Wilder, Anne Bancroft, and Carl Reiner)
      (Best of Humans) Know a man by his close friends. This is a short documentary dedicated to Mel Brooks that shows the greatness of CARL REINER, one of our heroes on and off the stage.

      Monday, June 29, 2020

      Robots, what could go wrong? (video)

      Carbon, Robot Fail Compilation; Pfc. Sandoval, Ashley Wells, Wisdom Quarterly

      When POLICE ROBOTS arrive (video)

      (Corridor Crew) Here is a side-by-side comparison of the "Boston Dynamics: New Robots Now Fight Back" parody video. Big ups to Xsens for their excellent mocap (Xsens_MoCap_Suit) technology. Big ups to Clint for getting bonked and taking it like a big girl. Consider subscribing. Watch Season 4.

      9 Most Advanced A.I. Humanoid Robots

      TerkRecoms, 3/2/20; Pfc. Sandoval, Pat Macpherson, Sheldon S. (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

      What's next, a "sex" robot who's a virtual mate?
      This is a list of the most advanced humanoid, industrial, and service robots changing the future with artificial intelligence.

      1. Digit
      Digit is envisioned to help take care of people in their homes, assist with disaster response and deliver packages to front doors. With its nimble limbs and a torso packed with sensors, Digit can navigate complex environments and carry out tasks such as package delivery. In May 2019 Ford Motor Company and Agility announced a partnership to develop a last-mile logistics solution that combines Ford’s autonomous vehicle technology and Agility’s Digit.

      2. Pepper
      Pepper is the world’s first social humanoid robot that is able to recognize faces and basic human emotions. Pepper has been adopted by over 2000 companies around the world. Perfect in retail and finance industries, Pepper has numerous functionalities including increasing store traffic by attracting the attention of shoppers, creating memorable in-store experiences, stimulating purchase and retain customers. Pepper can also gather comprehensive data to enrich the customer base and generate shopper insights.

      3. Atlas
      Atlas is the world’s most dynamic humanoid robot built by BostonDynamics, a company that was previously owned by Google and now by SoftBank. Atlas is becoming more sophisticated year by year, thanks to its state of the art hardware and algorithm that allows it to quickly understand instructions. With its 28 hydraulic joints, 4.9 feet of height and 176 pounds weight, the robot can perform both impressive terrifying acts including navigating uneven terrain, jumping around a parkour course, doing somersaults. All these activities demonstrate human-level agility so the robot can be perfect for search and rescue operations and performing human tasks in environments where humans could not survive.

      4. Spot
      Spot is a robot dog designed for industrial uses such as carrying goods through a warehouse and inspecting a remote site with an unfavorable environment for human operators. It can run at 5.2 feet per second, has 360-degree cameras, and can operate in temperatures ranging from 4 to 113 Fahrenheit. With its API and flexible payload interface, the robot can be easily customized for desired tasks. Spot is also manufactured by BostonDynamics and is now being leased to eligible companies.

      5. HRP-5P
      HRP-5P is an advanced humanoid robot designed to operate autonomously and carry out heavy labor in hazardous environments. It is equipped with environmental sensors and object recognition, full-body motion planning and control, and task description and execution management. HRP-5P is based on more than 20 years of humanoid research at AIST. In those 20 years, the institute has created 4 other robots which are the predecessor of HRP-5P.

      6. Surena IV
      Surena IV is the fourth generation of Surena humanoid robot series developed by the University of Tehran in Iran. With a height of 5.6 feet and a weight of 154 pounds, this robot is able to walk at a speed of 0.43 miles per hour. Its custom force sensors at the bottom of its feet help the robot step over uneven surfaces by adjusting the angle and position of each foot.

      7. Aquanaut
      Aquanaut is an advanced unmanned underwater transformer that can transform itself from a nimble long-distance submarine into a half-humanoid robot capable of carrying out complex underwater manipulation tasks. Designed by Houston Mechatronics Inc, Aquanaut can inspect subsea oil and gas infrastructure, operate valves, and use subsea tools with just a few mouse clicks. Operating completely untethered and without support ships, Aquanaut can travel more than 124 miles in submarine mode, has a max speed of 7 knots and a maximum operational depth of 984 feet.

      8. Stuntronic robot
      A Stuntronic robot is an animatronic stunt double designed to entertain the crowds at Disney theme parks and resorts. With its onboard sophisticated sensors, it can make its own real-time decisions—all while flying 60 feet in the air. It knows when to tuck its knees to perform a somersault, when to pull its arms to twist, and even when to slow down its spin to make sure it makes a perfect landing.

      9. Handle
      Handle is another robot from Boston Dynamics. With its deep-learning vision software, this robot can identify and locate boxes, unloads trucks, palletizes, and depalletizes at the push of a button. Its mobility enables it to operate in multiple work-cells, moving through facilities along with the flow of goods. It can pick up to 360 boxes/hr.

      NPR: Psychedelic Plant Medicine (audio)

      Terry Gross, Fresh Air (NPR); Pat Macpherson, Ananda, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
      Good Chemistry (Dr. Julie Holland, MD)
      Dr. Julie Holland, author of the new book Good Chemistry, says that when antidepressants don't work, psychedelic plant medicines (entheogens) can be used in conjunction with talk therapy to help work through traumas.

      People treated with synthetic chemical antidepressants for years are never cured. These profitable pharmaceuticals are not "cures" and make no such promise. After years some patients hit a wall, a point when such treatment no longer even eases symptoms.

      Dr. Holland, a psychiatrist, says that's where entheogenic substances -- often called "psychedelic drugs" as if they were recreational highs -- could help.

      Dr. Holland was in charge of the psychiatric emergency room at Bellevue Hospital on weekends from 1996 to 2005. She currently has a private psychotherapy practice in Manhattan, NY.

      She's also a medical monitor in research by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS, maps.org), which involves, in part, developing psychedelics into prescription medications.
      I prefer good meditation.
      Her new book, Good Chemistry, explores how she thinks psychedelic drugs, including LSD (acid), psilocybin (magic mushrooms), MDMA (ecstasy) and cannabis (high CBD marijuana), might be used more widely in psychiatry to make treatment more efficient and effective.

      "There are certain plant medicines in particular — things like psilocybin or ayahuasca — that really help people not only explore their personal trauma," she says, but also "this feeling of unity and connection. People really come away from these experiences having a new perspective."

      Some Buddhists see value in entheogen use.
      Dr. Holland acknowledges that the use of psychedelic drugs (entheogens) in psychiatry is controversial — but she says the practice is slowly gaining acceptance.

      "Good psychotherapy takes years and there are a lot of fits and starts," she says, "and people run away when things get too heavy. But it's changing more and more.... The data is so compelling that in my opinion, people in my profession have no excuse for not knowing what's going on." More

      The House of Wisdom: Arabic Enlightenment

      Jim al-Khalili, The House of Wisdom; Bettany Hughes (The Moors...); Editors, Wisdom Quarterly
      Enlightenment is far better than ignorance...even if it upsets our worldviews and comfort. Here British historian Bettany Hughes stands in front of the Bodhi tree in Enlightenment Grove (Bodh Gaya, India), where Siddhartha became the Buddha or "Awakened One."
      When the Moors Ruled in Europe (Part 1/11) with British historian Bettany Hughes - the shocking truth.

      Arabic Science Gave us the Renaissance
      This is a myth-shattering view of the Islamic world's myriad scientific innovations and the role they played in sparking the European Renaissance.
      • [The "Dark" Ages, according to British historian Bettany Hughes, are said to have been when for seven centuries black Muslim Moors ruled Europe.]
      Many of the innovations we think of as hallmarks of Western science actually had their roots in the Arab world of the Middle Ages, a period when much of Western Christendom stagnated in intellectual darkness.

      Author: British physicist Jim al-Khalili
      Author Jim al-Khalili, a leading British-Iraqi physicist, resurrects this lost chapter of history in The House of Wisdom: How Arabic Science Saved Ancient Knowledge and Gave Us the Renaissance.

      Given current East-West tensions, his book could hardly be more timely.

      With transporting detail, al-Khalili places readers in the hothouses of the Arabic Enlightenment, shows how they led to Europe's cultural awakening, and poses the question:

      Why did the Islamic world enter its own Dark Age after such a dazzling flowering? More

      Blacks ruled Europe?
      Seven centuries of hidden European/African history
      Join British historian Bettany Hughes as she examines a purposely-buried, hidden, and forgotten chapter of European history -- the risemof Islamic culture in what is now Spain and Portugal (bordering Northern Africa).

      Although generations of Spanish rulers have tried to expunge this era from the historical record, recent archeology and scholarship have shed fresh light on the black Moors who flourished in Al-Andalus for more than 700 years.

      The fascinating documentary WHEN THE MOORS RULED IN EUROPE explodes racist stereotypes and offers shocking new insights.

      Black lives used to matter
      Discover the ingenious mathematics behind Granada's dazzling Alhambra Palace, trace El Cid's lineage to his black Moorish roots in Africa, and learn how the population of the Iberian peninsula in white Europe willingly converted to liberal Islam in droves.

      Through interviews with noted scholars, see how Moorish advances in mathematics, science, astronomy, art, and agriculture helped propel the West out of its Dark Ages and into its Renaissance ("Rebirth").

      What emerges is a richly detailed portrait of a sensuous, inquisitive, and remarkably progressive black African Islamic culture dominating Christian Europe.

      [The Moors (the definition of these people is constantly changed to make them less African, less black, and less brilliant, and less Muslim/Islamic) were royalty beyond the peninsula. They ruled throughout Europe, as many artifacts and revealed histories show.]

      Let's talk corona money, real looting (video)

      Chris Hedges, Dylan Ratigan, Jimmy Dore; Pfc. Sandoval, Seth Auberon (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
      When it comes to protests, the CIA and police state like some and not others. The corporate media is very much for anti-China demonstrations in Hong Kong and even U.S. intervention to fight China by proxy saying it is for humanitarian purposes. As a result we are attacked online and tracked by Chinese cyber agents mad at the U.S. government and its disaster capitalist policies.
      There was massive looting during the anti-police brutality and Black Lives Matter demonstrations, but not from the looters the police ignored as they attacked peaceful demonstrators. It came from the government handing out trillions to private corporate entities. And nobody much noticed.

      Dylan Ratigan foresees a grim future for America post-corporate bail out.

      Sunday, June 28, 2020

      Psychiatrist becomes Psychedelic Researcher

      Dr. Julie Holland, MD; Pat Macpherson, Ananda (DBM), Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

      What the H is wrong with me! What's the cure?
      A psychiatrist becomes a psychedelic researcher to explore the science of "connection" — why we need it, how we’ve lost it, and how we might find it again.

      We are suffering from an epidemic of disconnection that antidepressants (Zoloft, Prozac, Wellbutrin, SSRIs, and other allopathic toxins) and social media can’t fix.

      Good Chemistry (Dr. Holland)
      This state of isolation puts us in “fight or flight, freeze or faint mode,” deranging sleep, metabolism, and libido.

      What’s worse, we’re paranoid of others! This kill-or-be-killed mentality is no way to live. But when we feel safe and loved, we can rest, digest, and repair. We can heal.

      And it is only in this state of feeling like we belong that we can open up to connection with others.

      If I were a tabby cat on a tab of catnip.
      In this powerful book Dr. Julie Holland M.D. helps us understand the science of connection as revealed in human experiences from the spiritual to the psychedelic, from the mental to the entheogenic.

      The Pot Book: Complete Guide
      The key is oxytocin — a neurotransmitter and hormone produced in our bodies that allows us to trust and bond. It fosters attachment between romantic partners, friends, mothers and infants, and even with our pets and strangers at a Coachella or Lollapalooza, Grateful Dead or Phish show.
      Moody Bitches (Dr. Holland)
      There are many ways to reach this state of mental and physical wellbeing that modern medicine has overlooked. The implications for our happiness and health are profound.

      We can find oneness in meditation, in community, or in awe at the beauty around us. Another option: psychedelic medicines that can catalyze a connection with "self," with nature, or with the cosmos.

      Author psychiatrist Dr. Julie Holland, M.D.
      Her book Good Chemistry: The Science of Connection, from Soul to Psychedelics points us on the right path to forging true and deeper attachments with our own "souls" (psyches, minds, spirits, astral bodies), to one another -- and even to our planet.

      This will help us heal ourselves and our world... if the government doesn't ban it again in the interest of Big Pharma's profit motive in selling lifelong "treatments" instead of actual natural (non-synthetic) "cures." More

      The awareproject.org is on Meetup in Los Angeles (Dharma Buddhist Meditation)

      Doctor: 5G caused this pandemic (video)

      Dr. Cowan, MD, Joshua Coleman, HHRS, 3/12/20; via Islamic Insight; Eds., Wisdom Quarterly
      Health and Human Rights Summit, Tucson, AZ, 3/12/20. Camera, sound, editing by Joshua Coleman.
      The Invisible Rainbow (Arthur Firstenberg)

      How cops, paramedic killed Elijah McClain

      Gabe Gutierrez, David K. Li (NBC News); Pfc. Sandoval, Ashley Wells (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

      "There are some MURDERERS with badges in there" [the police station] (latimes.com)
      A supporter holds a shirt on June 19 in Denver to bring attention to the police-killing of Elijah McClain last August in Aurora, Colorado (David Zalubowski/AP).
      Colorado police officers involved in death of Elijah McClain taken off the streets
      The deadly police confrontation with a young Black man in the Denver suburb of Aurora is getting renewed scrutiny.
      But he was black in Colorado. That's what we do.
      Three killer cops in Colorado involved in the killing of a 23-year-old Black man with impunity last year have suddenly been moved to "non-enforcement" duties due to the heat created by the George Floyd protests.

      Mr. Elijah McClain's arrest and homicide by police and paramedics has suddenly merited renewed scrutiny, officials said Friday [6/26/20].

      The Aurora Police Department said the action was "done in an effort to protect those officers" who arrested McClain on Aug. 24, 2019 then used so much force and poor judgment that they ended up with his death on their hands.

      "They are now [comfortably] working in a non-enforcement capacity," Detective Faith Goodrich said. "This can be in a variety of different assignments but is usually administrative in nature." [It's like a vacation with the same pay and privileges and perks.]
        The murderers (paramedic not shown)
        Officers wrapped up in the homicide of Mr. McClain -- Nathan Woodyard and Jason Rosenblatt -- were moved to desk duty on June 13, and Officer Randy Roedema was re-assigned on June 20, officials said.

        They had a hand in killing McClain, who was pronounced dead on Aug. 27, 2019, three days after they confronted him when answering a call about a suspicious [i.e., young Black] person in the area.

        Officers then applied a deadly chokehold as they escalated their aggressive confrontation, authorities have said [though they used euphemisms to conceal the gravity of the situation]….
        • The coroner for the counties of Adams and Broomfield determined that McClain's death was due to "undetermined causes." But he did not rule out whether the violent police chokehold, in addition to the shocking administration of the dangerous sedative ketamine (street name "Special K") paramedics chose to inject into Mr. McClain, might have contributed to his death.
        Protesters across the nation have been calling for action against systemic racism and police brutality since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. More
        • What is KETAMINE? This medication is mainly used for starting and maintaining anesthesia. It induces a trance-like state while providing pain relief [Why would he need relief unless police had used excessive force?], sedation, and memory loss. Other uses include sedation in intensive care and treatment of pain... Common side effects include agitation, confusion, or hallucinations as the medication wears off. Elevated blood pressure and muscle tremors are also common.... More

        The Bible's non-Christian, non-Jewish origins

        Paul Wallis (The 5thKind.TV, Dec. 15, 2019; Editors, Wisdom Quarterly

        Truth Behind the Original Bible Story
        Escaping from Eden (P. Wallis)
        The information in this documentary will change the way we all think about the history of humanity's origins as recorded in the Bible and the far older texts it plagiarized.
          In Escaping from Eden author Paul Wallis asks, Does the Book of Genesis teach that the [current version of the] human race was created by a God or engineered by ETs? Website: 5thKind.TV
          Wallis documents that the pre-Jewish compilers of the Bible were borrowing (plagiarizing) the story from a far older Sumerian account of creation.

          Sumerians list kings with very long reigns.
          The Annunaki, or “those who came from the heavens to earth,” are the creators -- and their origins are extraterrestrial. [In Buddhism, Jainism, and Vedic Hinduism, they are called asuras and devas, titans and "shining ones."]

          Gilgamesh, Master of Animals
          Many of the world’s oldest myths claim that the governors of human societies began as domination established by superior beings they thought of as “gods.” The job of ruling was then handed over to human-hybrid kings.

          The books of the Bible have their origin in ancient Sumerian texts. They tell the same story and pre-date biblical accounts by thousands of years. They document the existence of ancient aliens.

          The Sumerian story begins with powerful and long-lived beings coming down from space -- the heavens, the stars, the sky. The Sumerian glyph for these beings is a symbol that points to the sky.

          The Annunaki came from the heavens. They are the sky people. Why are we here? The Bible is a watered down version of the scary truth behind what really happened to earth in the past.

          Mark S. Smith and many other scholars like Zecharia Sitchen have figured it out.

          This information might be a lot to take in, so for help de-stressing, check out the mind and body relaxation channel with guided meditations scripted and read by Paul Wallis.
          • Gilgamesh was an annunaki-human hybrid king, whose tomb was discovered in Iraq and part of the reason for the US War was to extract DNA to confirm this in 2003, claims Wallis.
          • Sumerian (𒅴𒂠) is the language of ancient Sumer that was spoken in Mesopotamia (modern Iraq). A cultural symbiosis developed in the 3rd millennium BC between the Sumerians and the Semitic-speaking Akkadians, with influence on each other evident in all areas

          Math sucks. Math-racism sucks even more

          The Frustrated Indian; Maths with Lisa; Pat Macpherson, Dhr. Seven, CC Liu, Wisdom Quarterly

          The Story of Calculus: How Europeans claimed credit for a subject that India invented
          Math is a religion! (Calvin & Hobbes)
          If humans discovered calculus, they were from India and many were Muslim. [More likely, these sophisticated forms of calculation were handed down from the akasha deva loka, extraterrestrial worlds with technologically advanced beings from space.]

          Sadly, due to his heavy and hard to decipher accent, the Frustrated Indian is unlikely to convince many Occidentals, Europeans, or Caucasians and zero racists. But there is much evidence that what he is saying is exactly true. And he offers references at the end of the video.
          Is Lisa a racist or just teaching what she learned in British history class?

          The [Eurocentric] History of Calculus: A Short Documentary, Newton and Leibniz
          The House of Wisdom
          What is the discover and history of calculus (the language of change and motion) and the great European mathematicians behind its unique discovery [except for its previous discovery in India and appropriated by colonial British and European invaders].

          Who discovered it, how and why? What is it used for? What is the infinitesimal, the derivative, the limit? What are the inverse operations of integration and differentiation?

          Get the European version of its discovery. The maths (the British way of saying mathematics) behind integral and differential calculus do not jump from Ancient Greek calculations to European to British/English maths of the 17th century. Was it Eudoxus, Archimedes, Cavalieri, Newton, and Leibniz or great mathematicians who used to get credit but were erased and replaced by a make believe racist history that abrogates to itself all useful discoveries as Eurocentric white supremacy?

          ETs, not God, "created" human DNA: Bible

          Paul Wallis, Escaping from Eden (amazon.com); Editors, Wisdom Quarterly
          I'm a messenger of the gods (Annunaki). Get the F out of here! You've been bad, very bad.
          Dummy human generation created from primate and Annunaki DNA to make slave workers.
          NASA CGI, not the gods' eye view of earth
          The familiar stories in the Book of Genesis say that a "God" made the earth, the universe, and you and me.

          However, various anomalies in the text clue us in that we are not reading the original version of these stories.

          What are the original narratives, and what do they say about who we are and where we came from?

          Eurocentric art, Sumerian story
          What was the earlier (pre-Bible) story of human origins that was almost obliterated from the Hebrew scriptures in the 6th century BC and suppressed in Christian writings in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD?

          What does any of this have to do with "heavenly beings" or extraterrestrials who arrived on earth to dumb down and rule human slaves?

          Escaping from Eden takes readers on a journey around the world into the mythologies of ancient
          • Sumeria (Iraq)
          • Mesoamerica (Mexico)
          • India (Great Bharat)
          • Africa (a whole continent from Israel to Ethiopia to South Africa), and
          • Greece (Mediterranean region)
          The gods arrive to take over and alter our DNA.
          to reveal a profound secret -- one hidden in plain sight -- in the text of the popular and highly redacted and mistranslated Judeo-Christian Bible.

          Far reaching and deeply controversial, Escaping from Eden points to truths about ourselves -- our history and true potential -- that many have long suspected but dared not speak. More
          • George Noory (Coast to Coast): "This generation's Chariots of the Gods...Takes us on a journey we will never forget."
          • Sean Stone (scion of Director Oliver Stone): "Courageous...a new perspective on the creation and engineering of man."