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Graphenium 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’ve seen some analysis which suggests this really was a school of war, with Chang’s focus on healing being anomalous, like his original decision to admit westerners. I’m interested though, have you ever found anything on video that was more believable or well documented? I gotta get back to Bao PuZi, that’s the probably with digital reading, if the bookmark gets forgotten or the link deleted, it’s too easy go on being lost.

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Graphenium 0 points ago +1 / -1

It's extremely hard to make out.

Did you watch the video? It’s not that hard to see it’s a normal piece of newspaper that he crumples

and it looks like there's stuff in there.

Lol? Didn’t you just say it was hard to see? and that the paper looked like foil? Maybe get your eyes checked man

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Graphenium 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hey, there’s been 3 books written on this guy, two by one student and one by another, here is what I think is the best of the 3, and the best place for anyone willing to dive in past what is seen in the videos:

PDF of the book: https://www.sacred-magick.com/free/files/The%20Magus%20of%20Java.pdf

The book is called The Magus of Java, I hope you check it out, it changed a lot about the way I understand the limits of human potential

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Graphenium 2 points ago +2 / -0

For the one rare healer, or that magi, trick or real, there are a million more selling tiger benis.

True enough, but in this case, it’s anything but. There isn’t even a product to be had - the school has been closed to westerners for over a decade now. I only hope to show those with open minds what is actually possible by sharing on this topic.

Cheers

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Graphenium 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Magus of Java - 17 minute documentary on John Chang, the most well known and well studied Qi Gong (aka Chi Kung) master. Capable of many feats presumed impossible in our sterile, lifeless modern world:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TdYM0vNufwc

Robert Sepehr video collecting two important clips - one of an unnamed Russian who demonstrates pyrokinesis on various containers - and one of an unnamed Asian fellow demonstrating pyrokinesis (or at least thermokinesis) on a student. The video should start at 16minutes in, the preamble is interesting but not required viewing.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6du42gftsAg&t=16m8s

I saw a post here the other day about “spontaneous combustion”. Most examples of “spontaneous combustion” are not examples of pyrokinesis, but most examples of pyrokinesis are examples of spontaneous combustion!

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Graphenium 2 points ago +3 / -1

Never a dull post! Good share man

I’ve seen it argued convincingly that the “Grand Architect” in freemasonry is an appellation of the Demiurge

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Graphenium 1 point ago +1 / -0

“Warnings” include:

  1. The Great Pyramid + Sphinx

  2. The Bible (Great Deluge + Revelations)

  3. The Yuga cycle

  4. The Mayan Long-Count calendar

Many others (please mention any that come to mind).

So they are attempting to warn us, I think that much is clear. Is the purpose to get us to realize what is truly important about our existence? Is the purpose to prepare us in some way(getting underground, or some other means of protection)? What do you think is going on?

Edit: if you’re unfamiliar with this topic, or wondering the source of the OP image, this short video is an excellent place to start

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=F-d4zfovcog

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Graphenium 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ahh fair enough mon frère. I’d put the pyramid doc “revelation of the pyramids” at the top of my recs, so whenever you do get a chance (maybe as the after dinner viewing if you do that, when you’re looking for something to both enlighten and entertain) I’d love to start there

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Graphenium 2 points ago +2 / -0

any "miraculous" process that we take for granted, such as rapid growth in seeds and embryos, or intuition in mammals; particle entanglement; water memory

Are you familiar with Rupert Sheldrake? Very, very interesting scientist and investigator. He came up with a theory or framework around just what you describe here, dubbed “Morphic Resonance”:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rupert_Sheldrake

He also happens to be on of the biggest proponents/investigators of testable psy-phenomena (lots of work published on “the sense of being stared at” and “dogs who know when their owners are coming home”, which have both kind of entered popular culture).

Regarding the construction of the Great Pyramid, I agree with you, unfortunately, that further study is unlikely to shed (clear) light on their methods of construction, however I’d be interested in how you think it was achievable for them, without some un-accounted for factor (precursor civilization, advanced “tech”, or ayyy lmaos). Have you seen that doc I linked?

I don’t know much about the Ark, beyond what I learned from a professor of archeology (who happened to be the son of Sean Connery if you can believe that!). Where would you start on that subject?

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Graphenium 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, a lot of these seem like they could be working under the principle of exciting water to produce free H+ ions, so I think you could call many of them plasma fuel generators or something like that. I linked to one I remember reading a fair bit about, the “GEET” engine

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Graphenium 2 points ago +2 / -0

>taking any mainstream narratives at face value in #CurrentYear

>pretending false flags aren’t a thing in #CurrentYear

>spending over a year here being a literal shill for the mainstream narratives

Oy

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Graphenium 3 points ago +3 / -0

Haven't seen it tied to galactic fields but it makes sense.

This video provides an interesting perspective on the matter, and shows a clear “cosmic cycle” or maybe “periodic catastrophe”, which isn’t necessarily tied to one cause (i.e. not just asteroids, or solar flares, or pole shifts, or rapid tectonic plate shift, but all of those and others, which seems to “line up” with a chronological periodicity)

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=F-d4zfovcog

(Randall Carlson - Why is there no evidence of previous civilizations)

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Graphenium 3 points ago +3 / -0

The explanation I’ve heard that makes the most sense is the sine-wave motion our solar system makes with the galactic plane. Every 12,000 years we pass from one side of the plane to the other. Likewise, at 6000 and 18000 years our motion changes direction, which could account for the importance of the “transition eras” in between catastrophes

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Graphenium 3 points ago +3 / -0

Definitely going to peruse that link, thanks!

And Sagan, to all our detriment, was clearly one of the early attempts at forging a Bill Nye/Neil Tyson “Expert”^TM “Influencer”^TM

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Graphenium 13 points ago +14 / -1

There is so much evidence pointing to a cyclical catastrophe, governed in some way by the Heavens. Just to drop a few links and hopefully produce some conversation:

-Velikovsky and specifically his works Earth in Upheaval and Worlds in Collision

-The “Electric Universe” group and their various works

-And Graham Hancock and his work searching for traces of the previous civilization to endure this upheaval

I think this is one of if not the greatest sources of conspiracy. It seems obvious to me that this information was preserved in the form of various “mystery schools” and symbolic representations (which today we call myths or religions or secret societies depending on various conditions). A great catastrophe struck an advanced civilization, forcing them to spread out and integrate with “primitives” who were far better suited for survival in this new post-catastrophe world. These remnants likely traded on their (seemingly) impossible knowledge - becoming the first in traditions of initiated “Wise Men” which likely persist to this day, for good and for ill.

“This has all happened before and it will happen again”

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