Oh My GOTT p.315

November 21, 2019

GOTT 10:56,57

56) Know that everything that is in the firmaments (universe) as well as on Earth and on the earths (worlds/planets) and on the lights in the firmament (celestial bodies, etc.) is the work of the sole primal wellspring of all wisdom (Creation); and its promise is life and true love, but most of you do not understand it.

57) It is the primal wellspring of all wisdom (Creation) which gives life and brings about death to everything persisting (existing) through its all-embracing laws and recommendations, so that everything may come about anew in reawakening (new birth and rebirth), and will one day return to it because everything belongs to it and has come forth from it.

First detection of sugars in meteorites gives clues to origin of life

November 20, 2019

CR 544


Really gigantic. But something else: life has indeed independently evolved on Earth, as life has also, however, been brought to Earth by comets and meteors from outer space. Anyhow, so I was taught by your father, Sfath, as well as your daughter, Semjase, as well as Quetzal and yourself. This life was indeed so very tiny, only just in the form of micro-organisms. These micro-organisms, that is to say, microbes, are mostly single-celled organisms which can be, according to their tiny size, in the range of only a few microns, made visible by microscopic magnification. To that end, the question is, whether, in outer space and indeed by way of comets and meteors – perhaps by asteroids – such micro-organisms are still being brought to Earth? Sfath told me regarding comets that micro-organisms only reached Earth from these when the comet crashed to Earth or if it passed by very close to the planet or the planet ran into their tail. Only thereby can the microbes then reach the atmosphere and the geosphere, and if I remember correctly, such micro-organisms from outer space are called panspermia by the terrestrial scientists, or anyhow, so I have read it somewhere once. But there are various microbes, and it interests me. Can you say a few words about it?


There are, if I am to use the terrestrial-scientific terms, eukaryotic micro-organisms which have a genuine nucleus and also exhibit DNA, being micro-algae, microscopically small fungi, protozoa. Next there are the prokaryotic micro-organisms which do not have a genuine nucleus, being archaebacteria, cyanobacteria and eubacteria. But additionally, there is still a third form, which certainly has cells, which however possess no intrinsic DNA, but which, in spite of that, can still replicate at several hundred degrees of heat. But I should not say any more about it, because these things are still unknown to terrestrial scientists. Moreover, they are not endemic to Earth, but only temporarily reach the Earth’s atmosphere and geosphere by way of comets and meteors, that is to say, through their disintegration.


Disintegration: what do I need to understand by this? Perhaps a dissolution or some such, as, for example, with a comet’s tail, or by way of an explosion of a comet or meteorite in or over the terrestrial atmosphere? Disintegration indeed actually means as much as “splitting” or even “dissolving”.


What you say is right, naturally.

An international team has found sugars essential to life in meteorites. The new discovery adds to the growing list of biologically important compounds that have been found in meteorites, supporting the hypothesis that chemical reactions in asteroids—the parent bodies of many meteorites—can make some of life’s ingredients. If correct, meteorite bombardment on ancient Earth may have assisted the origin of life with a supply of life’s building blocks.

This is a mosaic image of asteroid Bennu, from NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft. The discovery of sugars in meteorites supports the hypothesis that chemical reactions in asteroids – the parent bodies of many meteorites – can make some of life’s ingredients. Credit: NASA/Goddard/University of Arizona

www.nasa.gov/press-release/god … sugars-in-meteorites

The team discovered ribose and other bio-essential sugars including arabinose and xylose in two different meteorites that are rich in carbon, NWA 801 (type CR2) and Murchison (type CM2). Ribose is a crucial component of RNA (ribonucleic acid). In much of modern life, RNA serves as a messenger molecule, copying genetic instructions from the DNA molecule (deoxyribonucleic acid) and delivering them to molecular factories within the cell called ribosomes that read the RNA to build specific proteins needed to carry out life processes.

“Other important building blocks of life have been found in meteorites previously, including amino acids (components of proteins) and nucleobases (components of DNA and RNA), but sugars have been a missing piece among the major building blocks of life,” said Yoshihiro Furukawa of Tohoku University, Japan, lead author of the study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences November 18. “The research provides the first direct evidence of ribose in space and the delivery of the sugar to Earth. The extraterrestrial sugar might have contributed to the formation of RNA on the prebiotic Earth which possibly led to the origin of life.”

“It is remarkable that a molecule as fragile as ribose could be detected in such ancient material,” said Jason Dworkin, a co-author of the study at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. “These results will help guide our analyses of pristine samples from primitive asteroids Ryugu and Bennu, to be returned by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s Hayabusa2 and NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft.”

see also: https://billymeier.wordpress.com/2018/07/04/life-on-earth-did-not-start-in-the-ocean/

see also: https://phys.org/news/2019-07-asteroids-key-role-life.html

Meier Corroboration #194 – Biometrics

November 7, 2019

August 25th, 1958:

40. And it will be that even before the time of the Third Millennium, and indeed in 1993, a political and commercial European dictator will arise that will be called the “European Union” and, in evil, will carry the number 666, as through this the citizens of all member countries will finally be brought under total control through biometric data in identification devices and in the form of small data chips in the head or body inserted in a “biometric identification system” that would be overseen and controlled through a “central data bank” whereby finally the whereabouts of every human can be exactly determined to the meter. First the USA and later the European Union will introduce this modern human enslavement, thereafter, then other countries will also follow, all preceding the Swiss, whereby, through this process, the personal and national citizens’ human rights will be drastically trimmed, which fundamentally will be originally already planned at the construction of the European Union, whereby the citizen is finally deemed fully incapable of managing his own affairs, and should be governed only by the authorities, without having a right to a say regarding certain government things and decisions.



November 7th, 2019:

Over the last 15 years, the United States military has developed a new addition to its arsenal. The weapon is deployed around the world, largely invisible, and grows more powerful by the day.

That weapon is a vast database, packed with millions of images of faces, irises, fingerprints, and DNA data — a biometric dragnet of anyone who has come in contact with the U.S. military abroad. The 7.4 million identities in the database range from suspected terrorists in active military zones to allied soldiers training with U.S. forces.

“Denying our adversaries anonymity allows us to focus our lethality. It’s like ripping the camouflage netting off the enemy ammunition dump,” wrote Glenn Krizay, director of the Defense Forensics and Biometrics Agency, in notes obtained by OneZero. The Defense Forensics and Biometrics Agency (DFBA) is tasked with overseeing the database, known officially as the Automated Biometric Information System (ABIS).

According to Krizay’s presentation, ABIS is connected to the FBI’s biometric database, which is in turn connected to databases used by state and local law enforcement. Ultimately, that means that the U.S. military can readily search against biometric data of U.S. citizens and cataloged non-citizens. The DFBA is also currently working to connect its data to the Department of Homeland Security’s biometric database. The network will ultimately amount to a global surveillance system.


November 8th, 2019: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/nov/08/the-rise-of-microchipping-are-we-ready-for-technology-to-get-under-the-skin

Top News Headline – Control Population to Save the Planet

November 5, 2019

If I drive on the road, can I go 120 MPH wherever I want?

If I owned a gun, can I have any weapon and unlimited ammo?

Everything needs some form of limit or control, otherwise the world

would be a lawless planet.  Everything in moderation, right?

Why should someone be allowed to have 10 children if the world is already overpopulated?  Can someone argue that they NEED to have 10 kids?

disclosure drudge 11.5.19


The earth does need fewer people. But no one has to die or be killed.  We just need reasonable limits on family sizes.  No one “accidentally” had 10 kids.

In the last 40 years, the human population doubled.  You know what didn’t double?  The size of our planet.

Cause, effect.

Look at these blog posts from 5 years ago:



original science paper:

https://academic.oup.com/bioscience/advance-article/doi/10.1093/biosci/biz088/5610806 *

*claims population is increasing only by 80 million per year, when it is in fact growing by an average of 110 million per year, according to BEAM.

Think for yourself – Independent thinking

November 3, 2019

“…the entire humankind must at last learn to think independently and clearly, and not let the authorities and political parties or the capitalist powers think for them, but endeavour to think independently and for themselves.

Independent thinking requires one to seek out and collect information from various sources, in order then to compare these and draw one’s own conclusions.

Independent thinking is not only preferable, but must be a duty of the human being, so one should expect it of oneself, and this really has to be learned already early on through the upbringing and then through one’s self-education, because only thereby is it made possible to form one’s own opinions.

It is unfortunately the case that a great many human beings – even after they have grown up – are fully incapable of forming their own opinions, because they have never learned to think independently.

And these people are also incapable even of adding their inputs on for them central issues, or rethinking these and forming their own opinions about them.

Consequently these people are also incapable of questioning the opinions of others, but simply take these on themselves mindlessly and live in the delusion that these opinions are right and are their own.

But people who are incapable of thinking independently are also entirely incapable of recognizing independent thinking as such, because for them this is really non-existent, but instead only a product of assumptions from extrinsic and regurgitated thought.”

From the Ban Srut, CR 691, Oct. 20, 2017

Rice paddy pesticides killed fish farm

November 1, 2019

Use of neonicotinoids on rice paddies linked to fishery collapse in Japan

A team of researchers with members affiliated with several institutions in Japan has found what they describe as compelling evidence of two fisheries collapsing due to use of neonicotinoid pesticides by nearby rice farmers. In their paper published in the journal Science, the team describes their study of fishery water quality data over two decades and what they learned from it. Olaf Jensen with Rutgers University has published a Perspective piece discussing the work by the team in the same journal issue.

Back in 1993, fishermen working at two fisheries on the lake found that yields had suddenly dropped dramatically. The reason for it was not known but many suspected it was tied to the use of neonicotinoid pesticides by nearby farmers—a new practice. To find out if that was indeed the case, the researchers gathered data obtained by other teams studying the lake over a period ten years before and after the collapse of the fisheries.

In looking at the results, the researchers found that the year following the first use of neonicotinoid pesticides in the local area, the amount of zooplankton in the lake nosedived. This was followed by a very swift drop in population of the fish that fed on them. More specifically, they found that zooplankton biomass shrank by approximately 83 percent. That year the smelt harvest was just 22 tons, a dramatic drop from an average haul of 240 tons each year.


See also; https://billymeier.wordpress.com/2019/07/02/the-truth-about-neonicotinoids/

Man Made Climate Change predicted in 2000 year old scrolls

October 31, 2019

TJ 25:51

“And consequently the weather will break down, and alternating severe cold and heat and much flooding will rule, and death will come a thousandfold over the human beings, the plants and animals, and over the creatures and over the Earth, as a result of the irrationally unleashed forces (Gewalt) of the human beings who live in too large of numbers (overpopulation) and in wantonness (greed) for might, addictions, and vices, thus bringing destruction unto the end of the world (all around the whole world).

Dwarf Planet Hygiea imaged

October 28, 2019
A new SPHERE/VLT image of Hygiea, which could be the Solar System’s smallest dwarf planet yet. As an object in the main asteroid belt, Hygiea satisfies right away three of the four requirements to be classified as a dwarf planet: it orbits around the Sun, it is not a moon and, unlike a planet, it has not cleared the neighbourhood around its orbit. The final requirement is that it have enough mass that its own gravity pulls it into a roughly spherical shape. This is what VLT observations have now revealed about Hygiea. Credit: ESO/P. Vernazza et al./MISTRAL algorithm (ONERA/CNRS)

Astronomers using ESO’s SPHERE instrument at the Very Large Telescope (VLT) have revealed that the asteroid Hygiea could be classified as a dwarf planet. The object is the fourth largest in the asteroid belt after Ceres, Vesta and Pallas. For the first time, astronomers have observed Hygiea in sufficiently high resolution to study its surface and determine its shape and size. They found that Hygiea is spherical, potentially taking the crown from Ceres as the smallest dwarf planet in the Solar System.

Warning Part 3- this is what UFO new age Bullshit looks like-Terran Cognito 10-20-19… “Confirmation of two Galactics in images” — Kauilapele’s Blog

October 23, 2019

(Editor:  It is important to remember that there are NO Pleiadians.  The Pleiades star cluster is too young to support advanced life.  The Plejarens set up the hoaxers for many years until they revealed their true identity.  So anyone who says Pleiadians (like the photo below) is a fraud.  Also, I would imagine they have longer earlobes.)

I recall seeing this posted on FB and Twitter all around the place, and finally landed on Terran Cognito’s blog page. Pretty fascinating image here, and also I found them in this Whitehouse video some may wish to view (Lila appears at around 6:15, Rralt Aln’s hands are visible at about the same time (didn’t […]

via Terran Cognito 10-20-19… “Confirmation of two Galactics in images” — Kauilapele’s Blog

IFO sighting ETFO sighting flying saucer photos

October 21, 2019

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