Ancient Earth History, Part 1 — They Fly Blog & News

October 24, 2021

Contained within the hundreds of Contact Reports between Billy Meier and the Plejaren is information about Earth-man’s true history on the planet and its’ extraterrestrial influences. This series of articles aims to show the abundance of archeological evidence that has managed to survive which substantiates and authenticates that information which also fills in missing historical…

Ancient Earth History, Part 1 — They Fly Blog & News

The Shocking Truth about Chakras and Kundalini

October 23, 2021
Posted on Thursday, May 30, 2002 – 09:00 am:       

Hello Billy,

Regarding the concept of kundalini, can you explain what this actually is, if it indeed actually exists?


Michael Horn

ANSWER: Hi Michael,
That’s something that does not exist. It’s certain people’s imagination only, as it is the case with the chakras.

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Meet Hilak

October 22, 2021

…the great-great-grandfather of Ptaah

Excerpts from 1446 BC…almost 3500 years ago…

“Let men be advised to exercise themselves in peace, to live in peace and to rule the world in peace before the time of suffering and terror comes, for it has been written since time immemorial that not a single hair of the righteous will be bent. So may the righteous people not be discouraged, but simply follow the path of learning for the personal development of their consciousness, as the old true prophets taught it and as the new herald will teach it in modern times and his teaching will also be carried out into the world space. People must study his teaching and learn how the universe and thus Creation works, because it is necessary for them to learn to understand the world and Creation as nature and universe very quickly and in this way to merge with it in knowledge.

Human beings are predestined to learn to live in a way that is appropriate for nature and Creation, just as each individual is capable of striving for and living according to the laws of Creation. But for this, each one must form himself like a new continent and emerge like an island from the huge sea and spread out in his love and knowledge to the best of his ability.

In modern times, the new proclaimer will be the founder of a new civilization (Ptaah’s note: grouping, association), also called community, which will unswervingly stand up for what is good and right and for the old ‘teaching of the prophets’ (Ptaah’s note: ‘teaching of truth, teaching of the spirit, teaching of life’). It will spread the old ‘doctrine of the prophets’ in a new way and represent it to people all over the world. Thus, in time, the humanity of the earth will form one big family, which will eventually be like one big and extensive body. In the new civilization (note Ptaah: grouping, community, association) love will manifest in a way that will be exemplified by the herald in a simple and unifying way. But unfortunately the earth will remain a planet of struggle, toil, misery and need, even if in the modern age the teachings of the new herald are gradually spread all over the earth through new modern possibilities and ways. The forces of evil and darkness will probably feel oppressed and slowly withdraw, but the earth and its humanity will never be finally liberated from them. Many people who follow the teachings of the herald will take a new, better and clear path, a path of new life, which leads to the development of consciousness, to understanding and reason, to inner peace, inner freedom and joy of life and to true humanity.”

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13. Hilak was not my great-grandfather, but my great-great-grandfather.
14. According to the earthly calendar he became 1,463 years old and died in the year 98 before the Christian calendar.
15. His old age was and is as extraordinary for us as it is for Earth human beings, when a human being reaches an age of about 125 or 130 years, which is also very rare.
16. He was my great-great-grandfather on my father’s side, and he sired my great-grandfather Gabriel even at an advanced age.
17. He also reached an extraordinary age of 1,402 years.
18. Great-grandfather Gabriel then begat on Earth with Maria Jmmanuel, which is familiar to you.
19. He also begat Ezekeel, my grandfather, one of whose sons was my father Sfath.

CR 499

Meier Corroboration #213 – Finding North America

October 20, 2021

May 18th, 1991 CR 238

Thanks, Ptaah. – Ah yes, first there’s a question about the Vikings and Christopher Columbus. Next year a Columbus year will be celebrated, because Columbus allegedly discovered America in 1492. But as I know from you, Columbus was not the European who discovered America, but ‘Leif the Happy’, a Viking and son of the Greenland explorer, known as ‘Erik the Red’. If I remember correctly, it was you who told me on my Great Journey that the Vikings were the first Europeans to discover America. Actually, the ancient Chinese had been on excursions to the American continent much earlier, but that doesn’t matter, because they hardly left behind any things that would testify to their former existence there. This should be different with the Vikings, as you said, because in several places at least ruins of former Viking buildings etc. should still exist. To my knowledge, I have read somewhere once, there should be a scholar who said the same as you, and who should also make excavations etc.. What I no longer know exactly: ‘Leif the Happy’ is said to have discovered America around the turn of the first millennium, sometime around 980 or 990 – which year was it exactly?

937. It was in the year 986 of your calendar, on Tuesday, the 10th of August.

Thanks, can you still tell me where ‘Leif the Happy’ had his new village built in America, and what was this called?

938. One of the areas that will speak of itself, in the near future, was called VINLAND, which roughly means ‘wine country’ or ‘land of wine’ according to today’s terms.
939. One place itself was built in Newfoundland, another further south.

Of course yes, now I can remember your explanation again: You said that this place was probably called ‘Vinland’, but that no grapes were grown there. The name ‘Vinland’ is said to have been coined when wild grapes or ‘wild wine’ were found. But, as I said, it did not grow in Newfoundland, but about 550 or 600 kilometres further south in another place where it was found by the Vikings and where they also built a hut village, but which they did not live in for very long because of the indigenous people with whom they came into conflict. As a result of these conflicts with the natives, the Vikings moved north again and settled in Newfoundland, which they called ‘Weinland’ or ‘Vinland’ according to the occurrence of wild wine far south. The village itself was named after ‘Leif the Happy’, for example ‘Leif’s huts’, or more precisely in the correct language ‘Leifs Buden’, ‘Leifs budir’. However, the village itself should not be described as such, but rather as a settlement, for it was truly such a settlement.

940. Your explanations are correct, they probably need no further explanation.

October 20th, 2021

By Tom Metcalfe

Vikings from Greenland — the first Europeans to arrive in the Americas — lived in a village in Canada’s Newfoundland exactly 1,000 years ago, according to research published Wednesday.

Scientists have known for many years that Vikings — a name given to the Norse by the English they raided — built a village at L’Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland around the turn of the millennium. But a study published in Nature is the first to pinpoint the date of the Norse occupation.

The explorers — up to 100 people, both women and men — felled trees to build the village and to repair their ships, and the new study fixes a date they were there by showing they cut down at least three trees in the year 1021 — at least 470 years before Christopher Columbus reached the Bahamas in 1492.

“This is the first time the date has been scientifically established,” said archaeologist Margot Kuitems, a researcher at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands and the study’s lead author.

The Norse voyages to Newfoundland are mentioned in two Icelandic sagas, which indicate L’Anse aux Meadows was a temporary home for explorers who arrived in up to six expeditions. 

The first was led by Leif Erikson, known as Leif the Lucky — a son of Erik the Red, the founder of the first Norse settlement in Greenland.

L’Anse aux Meadows, too, was expected to be a permanent settlement, but the sagas indicate it was abandoned due to infighting and conflicts with indigenous people, whom the Norse called skræling — a word that probably means “wearers of animal skins.”

The sagas refer to the entire region as Vinland, which means “wineland” — supposedly because it was warm enough for grapes used for wine to grow.

Since Newfoundland itself was then too cold for grapes, the name suggests the Norse also explored warmer regions further south, and pieces of exotic wood found at the site also indicate that, Kuitems said.

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More about Planet Hunters NGTS

October 20, 2021

We were excited to announce yesterday a new chapter in the Planet Hunters project with Planet Hunters NGTS. Here’s a bit more background for those of you who are new to the exoplanet hunt. 

The Next-Generation Transit Survey (NGTS) has been searching for extrasolar planets (exoplanets) around other stars for over 5 years but we can’t be sure we’ve found them all without your help. Exoplanets are planets outside our own Solar System. We know of their existence from various techniques, most popularly the exoplanet transit method. This method works by observing a star and watching for regular dips in the amount of light emitted by the star. These dips can be caused by other stars (“binary companions”), exoplanets and other strange objects but we can use the size and shape of the dips to pick the most promising planet candidates. Smaller dips typically correspond to exoplanets, for example Jupiter causes a 1% dip in our Sun’s light for any aliens looking our way. The best planet candidates will be chosen for follow-up observations with different techniques to hopefully confirm whether they really are planets!

Planet Hunters and Planet Hunters TESS used data from NASA space telescopes to search for these dips. This project differs slightly as we’re using the NGTS facility which sits atop a mountain in Chile, surveying the sky every night with its 12 telescopes. Computers have searched the NGTS observations to find these dips but the NGTS team can’t check everything the computer finds as there are just too many candidates. Not every dip is caused by a planet but our handy tutorials will guide you through and turn you into an exoplanet spotting expert.

Finding more exoplanets will allow us to learn more about how planets are formed and how they evolve, which in turn will teach us more about our own Solar System and the Earth we live on. If we can understand the architecture of our own Solar System and other exo-planetary systems, then we can better approach the search for life beyond Earth.

Sean & the Planet Hunters NGTS team

More than 99.9% of studies agree: Humans caused climate change

October 19, 2021

More than 99.9% of peer-reviewed scientific papers agree that climate change is mainly caused by humans, according to a new survey of 88,125 climate-related studies.

The research updates a similar 2013 paper revealing that 97% of studies published between 1991 and 2012 supported the idea that human activities are altering Earth’s climate. The current survey examines the literature published from 2012 to November 2020 to explore whether the consensus has changed.

“We are virtually certain that the consensus is well over 99% now and that it’s pretty much case closed for any meaningful public conversation about the reality of human-caused climate change,” said Mark Lynas, a visiting fellow at the Alliance for Science at Cornell University and the paper’s first author.

“It’s critical to acknowledge the principal role of greenhouse gas emissions so that we can rapidly mobilize new solutions, since we are already witnessing in real time the devastating impacts of climate related disasters on businesses, people and the economy,” said Benjamin Houlton, Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell and a co-author of the study, “Greater than 99% Consensus on Human Caused Climate Change in the Peer-Reviewed Scientific Literature,” which published Oct. 19 in the journal Environmental Research Letters.

In spite of such results, public opinion polls as well as opinions of politicians and public representatives point to false beliefs and claims that a significant debate still exists among scientists over the true cause of climate change. In 2016, the Pew Research Center found that only 27% of U.S. adults believe that “almost all” scientists agreed that climate change is due to human activity, according to the paper. A 2021 Gallup poll pointed to a deepening partisan divide in American politics on whether Earth’s rising observed temperatures since the Industrial Revolution were primarily caused by humans.

“To understand where a consensus exists, you have to be able to quantify it,” Lynas said. “That means surveying the literature in a coherent and non-arbitrary way in order to avoid trading cherry-picked papers, which is often how these arguments are carried out in the public sphere.”

In the study, the researchers began by examining a random sample of 3,000 studies from the dataset of 88,125 English-language climate papers published between 2012 and 2020. They found only four out of the 3,000 papers were skeptical of human-caused climate change. “We knew that [climate skeptical papers] were vanishingly small in terms of their occurrence, but we thought there still must be more in the 88,000,” Lynas said.

Co-author Simon Perry, a United Kingdom-based software engineer and volunteer at the Alliance for Science, created an algorithm that searched out keywords from papers the team knew were skeptical, such as “solar,” “cosmic rays” and “natural cycles.” The algorithm was applied to all 88,000-plus papers, and the program ordered them so the skeptical ones came higher in the order. They found many of these dissenting papers near the top, as expected, with diminishing returns further down the list. Overall, the search yielded 28 papers that were implicitly or explicitly skeptical, all published in minor journals.

If the 97% result from the 2013 study still left some doubt on scientific consensus on the human influence on climate, the current findings go even further to allay any uncertainty, Lynas said. “This pretty much should be the last word,” he said.


Lucy in the sky with carbon

October 16, 2021

NASA’s Lucy mission to Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids has begun with a launch atop an Atlas V rocket.

Liftoff atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket came at 5:34 a.m. EDT (8:34 UTC) Oct. 16, 2021, from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.

Over 12 years, the spacecraft will travel some 4 billion miles (6.4 billion kilometers) and fly by Earth three times as it travels to its record-breaking eight asteroid destinations, two in order to help accelerate Lucy toward Jupiter’s orbit in October 2022 and December 2024, and one in December of 2030 in order to propel the spacecraft to the other side of Jupiter’s orbit.

One asteroid is a main belt asteroid called Donald Johanson (flying by in April 2025).

The other seven are Trojan asteroids located in the L4 and L5 Lagrange points on either side of Jupiter in its orbit around the Sun: The binary Eurybates-Queta asteroid system in August 2027, Polymele in September 2027, Leucus in April 2028 Orus in November 2028 and the dual asteroid system Patroclus-Menoetius in March 2033.

The Lucy mission gets its name from the fossilized skeletal remains of a pre-human ancestor female found in Ethiopia in 1974 by paleontologists that provided extraordinary insights into the evolution of humans, NASA hopes for the same type of revolutionary understanding of our planetary ancestry with its Lucy spaceship.


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Keep going, keep going Part 3 – Footprints 6 million years old!

October 12, 2021
Tracks in the sand: One of over 50 footprints of predecessors of early humans identified in 2017 near Trachilos, Crete. Dating techniques have now shown them to be more than six million years old. Credit: University of Tübingen

The oldest known footprints of pre-humans were found on the Mediterranean island of Crete and are at least six million years old, says an international team of researchers from Germany, Sweden, Greece, Egypt and England, led by Tübingen scientists Uwe Kirscher and Madelaine Böhme of the Senckenberg Center for Human Evolution and Palaeoenvironment at the University of Tübingen. Their study has been published in the journal Scientific Reports.

UPDATE: Oct 12, 2021

The footprints from fossilized beach sediments were found near the west Cretan village of Trachilos and published in 2017. Using geophysical and micropaleontological methods, researchers have now dated them to 6.05 million years before the present day, making them the oldest direct evidence of a human-like foot used for walking. “The tracks are almost 2.5 million years older than the tracks attributed to Australopithecus afarensis (Lucy) from Laetoli in Tanzania,” Uwe Kirscher says. This puts the Trachilos footprints at the same age as the fossils of the upright-walking Orrorin tugenensis from Kenya. Finds connected with this biped include femurs, but there are no foot bones or footprints.

The dating of the Cretan footprints therefore sheds new light on the early evolution of human perambulation more than six million years ago. “The oldest human foot used for upright walking had a ball, with a strong parallel big toe, and successively shorter side toes,” says Per Ahlberg, professor at Uppsala University and co-author of the study. “The foot had a shorter sole than Australopithecus. An arch was not yet pronounced and the heel was narrower.”

Six million years ago, Crete was connected to the Greek mainland via the Peloponnese.

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