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Pleiades: Mission to Earth

2250 BC- Babylon– The arrival of the Mission to Earth was undetected as we cruised over the Mediterranean Sea. Our small craft was almost invisible to people on the ground, although our view screens showed us clear images of the buildings and farms on the shore. No colonial craft were aware of us as we proceeded on our route from North Africa to the Greek Islands.

Off the coast of present day Iraq, we took a position to observe the unfolding events. There the atmosphere was turbulent and thick with dust from the edge of the ionosphere to the surface. Over the land great clouds gathered, blazing with lightening and great bright bolts shot in all directions above the old city. The great tower had been built of ceramic brick, tar and black sand, the tremendous winds had battered it continuously since the incoming celestial debris many months before. Now the charge of static electricity was acting on the clouds of dirt sand and rain to cause bursts of electricity to hammer the building which rose into the storm.

Our systems told us the conditions there were perilous, that the amount of charge would soon be too much for it to bear, the heat, lightening and rain together would soon cause a catastrophic failure. We waited, feeling concern for the people, but unable to to intervene.

Then it happened, a burst of light told us the combined forces had led to an explosive end to the tower’s upper reaches. We stood in silence in front of the viewer, no one was sure how to react. The design was fatally flawed and we expected this result.

Memories of a Mission

These are my memories of a Mission that began during the Third Millennium BC. I know what really happened with the Confusion of Tongues or ”Tower of Babel” story, a time when humanity was plunged into chaos by the loss of telepathic abilities. I participated with others from the Pleiades to research humanity’s condition and readiness for Ascension, so the destruction of basic abilities and how they reacted was important to us all.

Originally, I came to Earth, to help establish a breathable atmosphere using a wide variety of plants and animals living symbiotically. The restoration of Earths’s living biosphere required relatively few people because our long time frame, equipment and systems were very effective. We brought with us a Living Library so our work was well organized, and I was constantly busy throughout those early years. The Living Library included a group of habitats where we could keep the animals and plants we developed until it was time to place them in their natural environments, so even though we needed to wait while surface areas matured before we could populate them, we were able to move forward with specie diversification from the start of our time on Earth.

Earth’ surface, like the rest of the solar system, had been obliterated in a cosmic war millions of years in the past, a war between the Empire and the local leader who had gone rogue, and was left in the obliterated condition as a warning to anyone else who may be thinking about betraying the Empire. The decision had been made to develop the solar system again because it was moving into a more useful area of the Galaxy and its minerals were needed as well. Only a small garrison of ships and personnel were stationed in the solar system at a moon station orbiting Saturn. They were there to protect the Galactic Star Gate near to that planet, which had been the basis of the War so long ago. Although the entire solar system had been attacked and the planetary surfaces rendered lifeless, only Earth was chosen for recovery and terraforming operations had begun 470,000 BPE and biospheric restoration around 200,00 BPE.

The planet was terraformed and then repopulated with plants and animals around 200,000 BPE. Only a few tens of thousands of years after the genetic repopulation work began, it was populated by hybridized humans who originated from the same genetic team. This is well developed in popular literature by Zacharia Sitchin, and on the Internet as being needed to relieve the ET workers of the burdensome work of mining. Later, much later, those humans were hybridized by more recent arrivals to Earth.

The humans were created to be workers for the Nephilim who needed them to take verbal commands and instructions, which is why they depended upon the temple complexes to support their communication using a combination of words and telepathic projection.

The hybrid humans created by the new arrivals in Antarctica were being used as administrators, they were naturally telepathic and capable of more sophisticated speech, so their societies were not as devastated by the loss of the temples. Placed into this role by the one who had caused us to move to the Pleiades, they were distinctively different, taller and thinner, with elongated heads and possessed mind powers that kept the humans under control.

Almost two hundred millennia later, long after I had moved with our entire genetic engineering team to the Pleiades, I returned to participate with the pre-ascension studies of humanity. Because I had intimate knowledge of the genetic composition of humanity, and understood what had been added to the genome and why, my input was important, I intended to do field work that would give me first hand knowledge and understanding of the evolutionary changes and adaptability of humans as it related to their imminent ascension. Preparing for this role, I had adopted a new avatar body to easily blend in with the people of the region. I was average height and skin tone, with dark hair and hazel eyes. No one would would see me and imagine I was from the Pleiades.

Disaster at the end of the Third Millennium

The location of the complex in Mesopotamia has made its history important to those in the West, but it was just one of many temple complexes that were damaged and caused the failure of humanity’s ability to share information and work together.

The archeogeological record evidences that there were two Dark Ages of around three hundred years each, from 3100 to 2800 and from 2200 to 1900. The second one seems to have been more devastating than the first.  Exactly what happened is not clear, but the scope of the devastation could only be the result of an event like a super volcano or a comet impact or impacts. 

In the 22nd century BC the global complex of temples were the victims of a global event featuring very high winds that filled the atmosphere with dust and powerful enough to blow down buildings and kill livestock. Although the Bible declares that God caused the collapse of the Tower of Babel, the evidence would allow this to be true only if God had directed a large asteroid into Earth’s path, but so far this does not appear to be true.

Reports in ancient texts about a time when humanity lost the ability to understand language spoken between them exist around the world. The text from the early Mediterranean civilizations refer to this as the Confusion of Language, but there are reports from other parts of the world as well. Wikipedia gives a fair description of this, describing that…:There have also been a number of traditions around the world that describe a divine confusion of the one original language into several, albeit without any tower. Aside from the Ancient Greek myth that Hermes confused the languages, causing  Zeus to give his throne to Phoroneus, Frazer specifically mentions such accounts among the Wasania of Kenya, the Kacha Naga people of Assam, the inhabitants of Encounter Bay in Australia, the Maidu of California, the Tlingit of Alaska, and the K’iche’ Maya of Guatemala.[41]The Estonian myth of “the Cooking of Languages”[42]has also been compared as have numerous others in the article.

Most of these myths refer to a great wind that blew down structures, destroyed crops, fishing and shipping fleets and livestock as well. A great wind is not something that has no cause, and what could be responsible has a limited number of possible sources. In these legends, the great wind was accompanied by flooding and storms. The problem with most of these stories is choosing when the great wind occurred. In the Mediterranean the wind is said to have been more than seven hundred years after the flood. If the Tower of Babel fell in the middle of the twenty-third century BC, it would have been around three thousand BC, a time associated with the Flood of Noah.

This level of damage could only be caused by a very large object or objects passing, or colliding near Earth. From about 2200 BC to 1900 BC a series of global calamities had happened on Earth. The most difficult information to integrate is the long drought that dried up the Nile and turned the fertile crescent into a dust bowl according to researchers. Destruction by wind of forests and other sources of humidity combined with tsunami created bodies of water where none had existed before changed the circulation of the atmosphere and the resulting fluctuation of weather patterns collapsed multiple civilizations during this period.

As for the cause of all this a prominent author and lecturer Victor Clube stated about the possibility of a comet…

The chance of a collision with Kronos, as with any other comet was, in fact, remote. And mankind settled into a Golden Age. But some time at perihelion, around 3,000 B.C., it is likely that the Comet Kronos ran very close to Venus and split, like Shoemaker-Levy. And a trail of new, dazzling comets circulated around the Taurid stream-evidently, for centuries. Somewhere in this array still was the Kronos remnant; less bright, perhaps. And a new leader, Zeus or Marduk, perhaps, much brighter, together with a new serpentine Milky Way, the home of chaos. 

By 2,200 B.C., due to an orbital precession, things got worse, for the trail was now crossing the Earth’s orbit and mayhem ensued. The Sumerian civilization came to an end under a barrage of Tunguskas, thunderbolts, all over a period of a couple of centuries and we were now in a sky of foreboding…

Cosmic Winter – A Lecture by Victor Clube
Victor Clube  Sun, 10 Feb 2008 16:21 UTC

The situation was that a single large comet had broken up as it passed near Venus and its parts collided with another body, and they eventually became multiple asteroids and debris circling the sun in what is now known as the Taurid Meteor Stream. Then, over the course of centuries they had been drawn into its path with disastrous results. A combination of calamities affected the planet, beginning with multiple impacts, some of which landed in the seas and others on dry deserts. Meteor swarms from the incoming debris, burned up and disintegrated high in the atmosphere, raising temperatures and contributing to the high winds filling it with dust and violent storms, stimulating extremely large hurricanes or typhoons all over the planet.

The Confusion of Tongues

The storms affected the entire world and the Galactic colonists global network of resonate temples built on the Earth’s energy grid five thousand years earlier was devastated. All over the planet they were in ruins and the ability of the people to use the telepathy that they enabled was lost.

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The graphic shows the sites of ancient temples located on energy vortices where they were damaged at the time of the Confusion of Tongues, although some were built or repaired afterward as well, but the damage was done and humanity moved on to develop their own spoken languages during the next millennium.

Today we are aware of the impact of projecting conscious energy with intention and visualization at these ley line node locations. We call it grid work and teams of positive people are focused on this all the time. Historically these sites were used by the Galactic colonists to cause a set of frequencies to resonate worldwide that served to enable sound-assisted telepathy. The language used was simple, but complex ideas or thought forms were projected to others with the help of the boosted frequency range.

Without the frequency boost, the human workers language was suddenly ineffective, the sounds held little meaning and a new referential vocabulary had to be created. Shared experiences became the basis of new words, but this meant that the only people that they could communicate with were those that were close to them and had shared those experiences. In spite of this difficulty people were still able to organize around existing activities and types of work. Farming, fishing, construction, pottery making and similar trades remained effective because those involved with them already knew what was needed to be done. Verbal language had not been difficult while the Global Temple complex existed, but when it was destroyed by the worldwide storms human societies needed to create words and structure to accomplish something they had not realized was required.

Human societies were more affected than those run by the hybrid humans who had a different language skill set. Although the humans lost the ability to grasp or communicate complex ideas, the societies organized and run by hybrid humans continued to function. Egypt and Sumer were heavily impacted by the winds and droughts, rain was so poor that the Nile dried up for a time and the Euphrates was more like a large stream than a river. Areas that depended on springs from glacial mountains continued to be stable, but those that irrigated next to rivers collapsed. These difficult times lasted about three hundred years from 2200 BC until 1900 BC and most of the developed social structure was gone and people were migrating to where stability existed.

Pleiadian Mission to Earth

The Mission to Earth from the Pleiades arrived at the beginning of the Confusion of Tongues. We were observing from our location using Remote Viewing and reports from friendly space craft near Earth. We knew that the comet debris would cause havoc on the planet, but its impact on the operations of the Galactic colony was less obvious.

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Frequently called the Seven Sisters, it has more than a hundred stars.

It was at this time that I arrived on Earth as part of our large program to observe humanity’s reaction to this global catastrophe, and to being deprived of their communication support and the resulting inability to understand one another. We were prepared to join existing stable villages, observe and report back what we had learned. For us it meant adopting the appearance of local residents, arriving into town and offering a needed service such a potter, metal worker, herbalist or similar specialty. We would stay for as much a twenty years before telling everyone that we had to leave, and then departing quietly.  

Twenty years is a long time for humans, but for us it was like a few months. Upon returning to our base, we would go through decontamination (this meant that our DNA was restored to its original condition with all degradation and contaminants removed from the body) and then debriefing before beginning preparation for a new assignment on planet.

Before the Destruction

For thousands of years before the time of the meteor storms a population of long headed Goddess worshiping people lived with the humans, providing leadership and guidance, but at the beginning of the Third Millennium invaders from central Asia began to attack the long headed people, eliminating their populations and replacing them with a leadership class of tall red haired warriors who were patrilineal. It was a difficult transition for the humans, The destruction of the temples came as the assistance of the long headed people ended as well, and the loss of the telepathic language combined with conversion of successful communities into greatly reduced populations of migrating refugees.

Prior to the destruction of the Temples, humanity was able to communicate complex ideas with simple words and simple written messages, because they triggered telepathic knowledge and communications. Losing this ability created extreme stress, driving populations into smaller areas where they had shared locations and situations that became the basis for non-telepathic exchange of information. What had been easy communications became sounds followed by pointing, gesturing, long stares and searching looks as the meaning of the sounds did not project the knowledge and information that it had in the past. Slowly words were developed that possessed shared meaning but this took generations to evolve into “language”. Since many people needed to share the language for it to become the basis for community and then a nation, it took many generations to establish working societies that could do complex activities. Over six hundred years passed before history resumed effectively. Certain groups that focused on important tasks became successful as a bridge between peoples all over the world. Trading using ships, farming, mining and crafts became islands of cooperation and accomplishment. These along with village life began the long road back to civilization for human societies.

The warrior class was a different type of hybridized human and their leadership began to implement what would be called behavior modification on the villages under their control. They did this through the adoption of a religion, the worship of a Goat Headed God called Baal. Sacrifice for the good of the community was its main theme, but the form of sacrifice was the first born child of a family. Without the benefit of shared or telepathic communications, humans were psychologically isolated and clung to their families for the connection they had previously felt with all humans when the Temples existed. Demanding that each family sacrifice its first born drove a wedge into the family units, embittering member against member. A priesthood was formed to demand this of all community members, telling them that the sacrifice would guarantee the success of the harvests and annual rain. Anyone not cooperating would be regarded as a traitor to the community. For this reason many villagers left and began to live as herders in the hills, raising sheep and goats far from the villages.

The Pleiadian cultural research teams were carefully observing this and understood its history quite well. The humans were being systematically abused by their hybrid (bloodline) leadership class, so to avoid being targeted, we were careful not to let it be known that we were not simple humans as well. In fact our teams were from the the original terraforming group which had moved to the Pleiades, returned after leaving because of a new ruler descended from the long line of planetary colonial leadership begun many hundreds of thousands of years before. It was after that ruler’s ouster that we returned to see what was happening to humanity due to the loss communication abilities and the trauma of the meteor swarms. It was a shock to see what had begun as an experiment to create a new free-willed culture become a series of fearful societies separated by ignorance and suspicion. The confusion of languages amplified the problems created by Marduk and his approach to humanity.

As we stayed and did our research, the use of traumatic mind control by the warrior’s priest class was shown to have multi-generational impacts, with each successive generation being more controlled and less free. Especially troubling for us was the sacrifice of first born children to insure the concept of “paying with blood” for any success a family may have.

For me personally it led to many discussions about our own policy of avoiding confrontation and involvement in the human society’s self governance. As someone who had been involved in the nurturing of the genetics of humanity for the purpose of their eventual Ascension, it pained me greatly to see them subjected to treatment that threatened their ability to do so. The trauma was damaging their ability to love and accept themselves, fear was triggered at every instance of change, and hostility toward others was being cultivated by the priest class. After returning to the mission regularly for more than a thousand years I began to feel that we needed to intervene because the ability of humanity to Ascend was being threatened by epigenetic encoding of fear-based responses.

I discussed this at length during my debriefings and eventually decided to do a Mission as a wandering prophet, able to move freely among the herders that lived outside of the towns and villages. In this context I was able to learn the peoples innermost feelings and fears. I began to use the story of Abraham who had spared his oldest child from sacrifice as my intro story. I proclaimed the existence of one God and moved around using this as my calling card. I found that this caused the herders to share their mystical experiences while among the herds at night. As the years went by this mission became filled with tremendous insights about the reactions of the people to what was happening in the villages. It led to me becoming regarded by the people as a spokesman for their concerns, a role that would later lead to my decision to begin incarnating on the planet in preparation for its Ascension at this time.  I will continue this story after discussing the evolutionary impacts of the development of language.

The New Galactic Human

Spoken language backed by telepathic projection is the rule rather than the exception for advanced societies of humans and other humanoids as well. Many testimonial statements regarding contact with other Star Nations reflect that this is true, these beings do not understand humanities preoccupation with individuality because they share thoughts easily and constantly. What this means for humanity is that our ability to communicate detail and develop detailed concepts individually is extraordinary in the Galaxy. Of particular interest is that humans connection with Source empowers each human to think in universal terms and unify these concepts within themselves. For this reason humans possess unusual abilities to connect with Universal information and filter it into new answers to problems facing society.

The adoption of telepathic projection supported verbal language on Earth using a resonant temple complex was basic technology meant to establish a functional working society. The destruction of this capability was unprecedented and it was uncertain what the result would be.  Humanity had already overcome many obstacles related to being too successful for the wellbeing of their “masters”, and being forced to develop language without the use of telepathic projection was just another problem to be solved.

Human society was and is the result of a Galaxy-wide effort to create an optimum humanoid body to experience the creation. The genetic tinkering was conducted by fourth and fifth dimensional societies with the intention that the results would be demonstrated after Ascension as humans gained the higher frequencies at the planetary level.  All of the changes implemented by the “genetic farmers” contributed to a human being with a more sophisticated emotional and mental make-up, one that could use the emotional body to control the circumstances affecting them. This goal was agreed upon, but many involved were concerned that it made the humans volatile and potentially dangerous to themselves and others. After all, many advanced cultures had exerted great effort to limit these forces in their own societies. In spite of those earlier choices it was felt that a strong emotional make-up would be more desirable to strengthen individual experience of living. It was a desirable goal, but the intention was to prepare humans for Ascension and after that their abilities would manifest and they would be able to exert self-control equal to those abilities.

Enter Marduk

The origin of our mission and our arrival were dictated by these long standing efforts to prepare humanity for Ascension, but much of our concern was driven by the colonial rulers selfish desires to manage humanity for their benefit alone. Our former presence was terminated due to the desire of a rogue operation driven by lust for power by a member of ruling family. Marduk  who was the son of Enki, claimed the throne of Earth for himself using subterfuge, but his conduct was normal for the Empire in which he lived. Competition for rulership was encouraged by the Empire and Marduk proved himself worthy by being successful. The only issue for the Empire was the continued delivery of precious metals and other exports used to maintain their rule. How humanity was treated was of little interest to the Empire, which regarded them as useful tools in the harvesting of minerals and other products of the planet.

The underlying legal authority for their rule was a contract written long before during the cessation of hostilities in this sector of the Galaxy. Humanity was then regarded a a resource in their own right, and all the litigants agreed that the opportunity to create an optimum “avatar” was a worthy goal for everyone. The genetic team that was responsible for the terraforming participated in the “Avatar” discussion. Since the term of the contract was many tens of thousands of years, the colonial rulers felt they had plenty of opportunity to bend the terms to their advantage before they were inconvenienced. The contract was set to end when the solar system rose above the Milky Way’s equatorial plane and little concern was felt when it was accepted. Of course the time passed and eventually the terms of contract were to be honored.

The coming end of the colonial rule was why our mission arrived in the solar system. Marduk’s dethroning was pivotal for us, for it meant we could infiltrate with less concern about being openly pursued by him. He had established himself as Ra, to the people in the temples of Egypt and had ordered his followers to destroy all evidence of previous rulers by changing all inscriptions to attribute them to him. His primary servants, the Grey-like Reptilians had carried out his orders without concern as they were content to rule in the background without obvious displays of force or even their presence, probably because their telepathic abilities made them the unchallenged controllers on the planet.

We knew that Marduk recruited a cadre skilled in the arts of mind control to take over administration of Earth from his Uncle (Enlil) and father (Enki). Eventually, these servants detected that Marduk feared them and was plotting to eliminate their power, but with the distraction of the meteor swarms, before Marduk could act they moved against him, disabled his weapons and destroyed his ability to communicate with his forces. Without weapons or the command of his followers, Marduk was forced to abandon his rulership of the surface of the planet, although he did surreptitiously regain influence later through presenting himself as “Lucifer” to the leaders of an oligarchic cult (bloodline) following.

The administrators seeking to depose Marduk recognized that the terrible storms created by the meteor swarms would destroy the global temple complex that supported the telepathic communications and used it to their advantage. This is why Marduk’s ouster was at the time of the Confusion of Tongues, implemented by the administrators who took over, who were telepathic lizard hybrids (Reptilian “Greys”) and did not need to use spoken language to communicate with or understand humans, but Marduk did. Also, Marduk was in charge of a global operation to gather tribute of precious metals and stones from all the nations on every continent, a requirement that meant he needed a standardized language to be spoken throughout his global kingdoms to facilitate trade and management. The last component is that the telepathic minions did not need the standardized language anymore when Marduk was kicked out of the top spot, in fact it was a danger to them since it could enable Marduk to stage a reverse coup and move against them. For this reason the minions acted when the global network of resonant temples positioned on the Earth’s ley lines and nodes was destroyed by the atmospheric turbulence.

Until then the entire Earth spoke a single language, but afterwards no one could understand that spoken language anymore, and society had to learn to articulate their thoughts differently than they ever had before. The end result was different from what was intended, as the eventual response of the humans was to evolve spoken languages able to articulate far more detail than ever before. No longer set in telepathic pathways that standardized the communications, the now localized human communities were able develop more specific terminologies and teach one another details not possible before. It was another instance of unintended consequences for the hidden controllers who had imagined that the humans would become more docile and isolated due to their ignorance and difficulties. The disaster at the end of the Third Millennium had indeed set humanity back, but their response was unanticipated.

Here we will look at two approaches to understanding how the Confusion of Tongues changed humanity. The first one is based on physiological changes that were driven by their increased need for speech and the internal analysis required to have it be effective in communicating their desires and intentions. The second approach is psychological, and is based on the research of a psychologist seeking to understand the writings of the second millennium and how it reflected the inner working of the human mentality. First an analysis of the increased need for the neurotransmitter dopamine and then we will see Julian Jaynes’ Bicameral Mind theory.

Dopamine Increases in the People

After the Confusion of Tongues began, the people retreated to small social groups, whether locally or in an urban setting. There they created means to share their needs using simple verbal references and gestures. This evolved continuously while they struggled to organize their thoughts into speech. Visual cues dominated and sound supplemented it, pointing while verbalizing simple idea like yes and no began what would be a long multigenerational period of growth in their ability to speak.

In this way the specialization to process sound to manage speech is an addition to what is needed for normal survival by people. It may also suggest that speech itself is the result of an epigenetic adjustment by humanity that dramatically increased the availability of dopamine.

Brain lateralization creates special areas on both sides of the brain dedicated to certain functions, with a particular emphasis in humans on speech and language, along with dominance of one side for the expression of the will. These features in humans rely on an enhanced use of dopamine. Its increased availability is due to adaptations related verbal language and vocabulary, and does not depend on specialized brain centers. Broccas region in humans is pivotal to speech, but in other primates it functions with much simpler sounds such as the variable screeches of a monkey. Apparently its role is not governed by its physiology but by the other features of the brain such as the availability of neurotransmitters and the scalar fields with which it stores information. If it is damaged the ability to manage those factors is limited or destroyed.

The senses input similar information along pathways to each side of the body and this causes a polarity imbalance that stimulates an electrical discharge between the sides of the brain. This discharge serves multiple functions since it is affecting both the nervous tissue and the field they generate. One function is to drive the formation of synaptic connections between the brain halves, creating the corpus callosum, and the other is to fix the recall of the immaterial scalar field associated with the experience that created the neuronal connection.

The process of thinking involves left-right discharge related to both visual and verbal inputs, apparently stimulating synaptogenesis, the synaptic formations created by sensory nervous system in response experience. Verbal in particular has evolved specific areas of the brain to handle sounds. It can be argued that the default processing of the brain is based on light, so the visual processing is inherent to the brain, while speech is a later add-on in human development.

Changing the availability of certain neurotransmitters may be a key adaptation to enable increased verbal abilities. Dopamine levels are shown to be pivotal to properly functioning linear or verbal processing in humans, at the same time the lack of it contributes to enhanced visual or spacial processing.

With the addition of enhanced dopamine in humans, the likelyhood that the left-right hemispheric specialization has given rise to different forms of processing on each side of the brain has increased. The ability to make voluntary choices to move the body is clearly shown to be related to dopamine.

Studies show that dopamine drives left-hemispheric lateralization of neural networks during human speech. How dopamine does this is shown to not be dependent on physical pathways, so the field interactions working with dopamine levels can be surmised to be related to electrical activity observed between the hemispheres during voluntary actions. This research supports the idea that hemispheric lateralization is related to the increase of dopamine levels.

When the Temples were destroyed by global storms humanity was forced to depend on spoken language entirely and this required a lot more dopamine for the brain to manage speech. This could only happen with adaptations to the epigenetic markers in the genes. More than a thousand years pass before humanity demonstrates the quality of self-awareness according to Julian Jaynes in his Bicameral Brain theory, it is said to be capacity for introspection and the ability to recognize oneself as separate from the environment. That much time after the Confusion of Tongues was needed, probably forty or more generations. Dopamine is a key adaptation for modern man, because its increased presence does not need to be supported by DNA, but can be based on epigenetic coding instead.

Speech Changes Humanity

By the accounts of Julian Jaynes, it was more than a thousand years before humanity was able to become self-aware, similar to modern humans, after the Confusion of Tongues. 

Julian Jaynes at his home on Prince Edward Island

Psychologist Julian Jaynes wrote a book,The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind. His view of the world is that it is composed of emotion-driven ideas with no reality of their own. People in his world are like us but exposed to less information and filled with superstition about everything. For instance he imagines that they could not tell the difference between an off-world manager and graven idols, saying in his writing that those peoples actually believed the statues were the “Gods”. The notion that anything they thought could be taken literally is thrown out the window and all of their culture is assumed to the byproduct of “hallucinations” wherein the Gods instruct them using their hemispheric divisions to appear to be inside their brains.

Jaynes contributions to this discussion come in spite of his assertions about the nature of consciousness and his opinion that ancient man was incapable of sophisticated thought. He was a Psychologist and looked at the world through the lens of his profession, considering much that he did not understand, to be hallucination. In spite of this limitation his observations about the historical record of the Second and Third Millennium offer important confirmations about the Confusion of Tongues. His views are explored in detail, but it is important to realize that humanity was knocked down and got up stronger, but that it took more than a thousand years for it to become obvious.

Jaynes work relates to the confusion of languages in the second millennium BC, although he does not relate it to the failure of telepathy due to the destruction of the temple system, but rather a sort of evolutionary leap stimulated by disasters of the 2nd Milliennium. However, the book and Jaynes theory do support the central idea that humanity had to reestablish the ability communicate and process spoken language during the Third Millennium BC.

From a neuro-developmental perspective Jaynes approach seems strange. His claims that the right and left hemispheres of the brain were not connected and did not communicate are not credible at all in the context of modern understanding of the maturation of the brain and nervous system. We now know that all activities of children contribute to creating connections between the hemispheres of the brain, and that by approximately age ten, enough connections are made that the child begins to act more like an adult with appropriate, bilateral responses to various encounters.  To assume that this is a recent development, that human evolution did not include this basic developmental step makes no sense.

Current research into ancient history, particularly the translations of the cuneiform tablets found in the ruins of Sumerian cities make his ideas about the existence of that eras leadership as only statues instead of flesh and blood beings unrealistic.  While it is necessary to view history through a skeptical lens, proclaiming that ancient people only imagined their leaders is nonsensical.

Jaynes attributes the existence of “Gods” to a right-brained hallucination instead of the presence of off world visitors utilizing humanity as beasts of burden to do work for them. Remember that when Jaynes wrote his work, the advances of genetic engineering that are common knowledge today were science fantasy and assuming that humans were created by a race of planet colonizing space travelers was too far out for public discussion. Strangely, Jaynes claims that the pantheon of off world characters written about in the Sumerian tablets were actually just “idols”, stone carvings upon which the residents of Ur and the other cities projected the role of god-like personalities that gave them instructions but which were really coming from their left brain “hallucinations”

Jaynes contention that humanity did not possess what he considers “consciousness”, meaning basically self-awareness and introspection, can be better understood as the result of the loss of telepathic abilities that had been the result of frequency-enhancing structures erected for that specific purpose. In fact, the idea that humanity did not possess a level of self-awareness similar to present peoples can be attributed to a lack of need rather than some inherent disability. Consciousness as described by Jaynes and most of contemporary psychology depends on an awareness of being an individual among others individuals, one with an obligation to take others needs into account with each and every action.

So “consciousness” depends on living in a social environment wherein great concern exists for accountability for social actions. Obviously, people living in societies that are telepathic would be inherently less individualistic since the psychological isolation that causes the need to compete would not be present.  These people have extremely circumscribed patterns of behavior with less need for self- examination since their choices are greatly reduced. This reduction in choice (consciousness) would certainly be a factor in societies whose existence was believed to originate in service to a leadership class. After all, they already knew what they were supposed to do and had no need for self reflection.

One of the interesting byproducts of Jaynes assertions is that telepathic cultures lack the individuality associated with the psychological description of consciousness. It has been commented by people working with ETs that they seem to lack the individuality the humans possess, that they are extremely aware of their place in their society, but do not see themselves as needing to assert their ego within that society. Most of them find human concerns with individual achievement to be out of place in an organization whose purpose is  collaborative work.

Most ET cultures are entirely telepathic without a verbal component to push the idea to others or a sense of isolation that makes this egotistic sharing seem necessary. In this sense we can sense that individuality is greatly reduced as each persons feelings and ideas are automatically shared with those around them. 

We can consider human cultures before the Confusion of Tongues as being like ET cultures, using telepathic communications to express intentions and needs in precise ways. This was consistent with these human cultures being integrated with an ET leadership component, and supports the idea that prior to the Confusion of Tongues, the population of Earth was an extension of a Galactic colonial society.

Geneticist Ta Ra’ Da’ El

At the beginning of this article I mentioned that I was first on Earth as a member of the terraforming project, that I was one of the members of the genetic design team tasked with restoring the biosphere of Earth, which arrived around 200, 000 BPE. At that time I was known as Ta Ra’ Da’ El, which was both title and name in our society. It identified me as a member of the original genetic laboratory and meant that I should be treated with respect because I was a high ranking multidiscipline expert in all the genetic sciences. I had spent more than a hundred Earth years in different education centers around the Galaxy to learn to do what we were doing. We all lived very long lives and thought nothing of taking several decades to learn knowledge needed to enable us to participate in a mission like the one to Earth.

Our arrival was uneventful. Earth was covered with ice extending fifty degrees from each pole with only the middle regions having seas, lakes and rivers. Some life remained from the time prior to the war, but the ecosystems were simple and sparse. Before terraforming, the atmosphere was mostly nitrogen with a small percentage of oxygen and carbon dioxide that remained close to the ground in the equatorial belt.  Millions of years had passed since the attack on the solar system and most of the radiation on the surface had dissipated. 

The life that remained was small and widely separated in remote valleys and deep in the seas. Some forests remained with established ecosystems having diversity, but the work to return the planet to its glory would take a long time. This was our job and most of us had already done this work on other planets in the galaxy, However, the existence of already adapted life was important to our work and would save us thousands of years. Earth’s atmosphere was rich in nitrogen, much richer than most and our Living Library was not adapted to the amount of nitrogen in Earth’s atmosphere. Adapting the life that already was here to be appropriate for multiple ecological niches became one of my projects. In addition to gene splicing like is used in current genetic technology, we used frequency imprinting to adapt existing animals and plants to create new genetic lines from our large Living library.

This work was at a level comparable to what existed before the disaster of 9400 BC, and the aftermath of that event restarted much of our work which then focused on crops to feed the populations and adapt some animals to domestic use. Prior to the calamity, the environment was rich in edible plants and animals, but the enormous damage done left most population of those so low that continual harvesting to feed the people would have led to their extinction.

Moving to the Pleiades

The time on Earth with the Genetics team lasted until we were forced to leave due to Marduk’s power play in the Seventh Millennium. After that we moved all our systems to Moon orbiting a gas giant near Taygeta in the Pleiades. From there we began to add life to many planets and moons that could accommodate it.

During this time we maintained contact with Earth using an observation center where we would meet to discuss the planets progress and which had an area dedicated to remote viewing particular sites an situations. It was from this center that we organized our Mission to Earth.

Return to Earth

As I wrote at the top of this article, most of the field work consisted of multi-year residential stays in stable villages we had chosen and prepared for over several years at our station near Jupiter. These trips were important as we had the opportunity to learn in detail how humans were adapting to the loss of their telepathic abilities. Of course, most had no idea what was lost since it was many generation removed from them, but it showed in the limited vocabulary and how they would look at you after they said anything, as if to see that you received the message. Spoken language was primitive as were the abilities to fully use it. As mentioned in the material above about Jaynes, the people took many generations to develop the ability to speak in their own minds and plan what they wanted to say.

The use of human sacrifice by the hybrid leadership was the biggest problem we had in the Eastern Mediterranean area where I was usually assigned. It bothered me so much that began to think of ways to avoid being around the villages where it existed. As the people grew in their abilities with language the pain they felt was expressed more loudly and with each trip to those areas.

In what was to be my last mission, I arranged to arrive as wandering prophet, who would visit with the shepherds in the hills and talk about their spiritual experiences while alone in the nights. It was much more satisfying than my previous times on the surface.

More than a decade passed in this role and my reputation as a man of god was well established among those in the outlying areas. Eventually the economic power of the Priests of Baal, the ones who organized the ritual sacrifices of first borns, came into contact with the people I worked with and supported. I was asked to speak to the local King about how wrong it was to sacrifice children. I had spoken to him many times before, but the fact that he had brought a number of the Priests of Baal to his Palace and invited them to organize their religion for the kingdom made this visit different. I arrived with large contingent of the people who desperately wanted this to not happen.

With the help of my knowledge and some technology I was able to impress them easily, but trouble started when I spoke about why the Baal religion should not be adopted for our people. I became more passionate than normal, telling the assembled Priests that they should be sacrificed themselves if it was such an honor, and that joining those they had sacrificed would be their best way to make up for what they had done. I was being figurative to make a point, but this was a bad idea…

This rant ignited a riot among the assembled people and they took my words to mean I was endorsing the idea that killing the Priests of Baal was the right course of action. Before I could correct my mistake the crowd surged forward and seized the priests, choking and stomping them, while screaming that they should burn. The scene was a total disaster for me.

I knew immediately that this would be considered an intervention, something our agreement with the Galactic Council had clear rules and consequences witten into it. It would mean the end of my mission, this one and any others in the future. After that I returned to our mission base and conferred with our team leaders about the situation. What had happened was going to affect the course of events going forward. I had intervened in the affairs of humanity using our advanced knowledge, just what we agreed to avoid. It was unintended, but that did not matter.

The death of humans because of something we did was not acceptable. They could do that to one another while we observed, but for us to inspire and direct it was totally wrong. The meeting about it at the base were long and complicated, I was considered one of the best at what were there to do, my expertise was unparalleled among our field teams. The main consequence was that I would be suspended and not do any field work again. Everyone was understanding about the fact that I had not anticipated the crowds reaction, but that did not change the outcome.

After so many missions to the surface I had become emotionally committed to the work. The episode with the Priests of Baal was but a few minutes and the idea that it would mean I would be on the sidelines until the Ascension timeline arrived felt incredibly disappointing. My belief that the humans were being damaged by the Baal worshipers was matched by my concern that our own policies were failing to acknowledge the damage to the humans and contributing to what could turn out to be a failed effort enable a large group to Ascend.

I chose to remain on the surface and die as a human, and enter the reincarnation cycle that the humans endure until the time of Ascension. No one at the base thought this was a good idea. They all said that it was a very bad idea, that the death and rebirth experience was filled with problems meant to eliminate all memories and turn one into an infant in all ways. I had studied the processes being used and knew how to avoid those problems, but it was the only way I could see to gain the knowledge of what it is like to be human. No one else knew and we were trying to make choices for them without that level of knowledge.

When I was in my seventies a few of my friends tried to convince me to relent, to not die on Earth, but by that time I was dedicated to the prospect of becoming a true human, learning what it was like to be born and experience the pain of old age and loss of loved ones. I was confident that my long history of life would protect me from the dangers that existed on Earth. I was sure that it was the only way to truly learn how to help.

Humanity was gifted with a much greater capacity for emotional growth and experience. Understanding that in all its depth and height was to me a reasonable goal. The fact that I am writing this gives me a feeling of success, success that the many lifetimes of ignorance, pain and suffering were meaningful, that they have led me to this time and this opportunity to help humanity fulfill the destiny planned for them so long ago.

Dane Arr
July 2019

Post script- In the future I will write about some of the important lifetimes I lived and what I learned that contributes to my current work. I was a Greek teacher in the Fourth Century BC, a Roman aristocrat in the Fifth Century, a Mariner turned Monk in the Sixteenth Century and an American Indian in the Nineteenth Century. I had many other lives, but these are important to my mission because they taught me something about humanity. I found that moving from an ET to a human leaves a higher vibration and incarnating in lower frequency bodies required time to lower my frequency to acquire those experiences.

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