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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hi Yve, Huzzah!! Admittedly the availability of the book has been frustrating for me; several sites have been out of stock (understandably they didn’t carry big stocks of it) and another organization’s bookstore has been waiting over a month for an order of 50 books. I have reached out to my publisher and am being told it is because of the pandemic and paper shortages. We will see where all
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hi Drew, Thank you I enjoyed our posts, apologies for not being to answer more. Much of my knowledge comes from having such conversations and learning from others. I don’t think I ever completely grew up from being the pain in the neck kid who keeps asking “Why”? One who keep peeling the onion. Hopefully I am on the journey to do that alchemical change of info into wisdom through experience
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hi Mark, Thank you for your kind words. I can only speak for myself and I enjoyed the engagement with the readers. I think we are all seekers for the perennial wisdom approaching it from our own perspectives. This book I wrote incorporated what I found archeologically in the journey of humankind and one of its purposes along with my personal journey. It is written from both those objective
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Drew, Allow me to clarify my order of conclusions. In my interest and research of ancient cultures, and mysteries, if you will, I came upon a mention of an Egyptian unit of measure of 27.5 inches that I was unfamiliar with. Out of curiosity I “plugged” this measurement into the height and width dimensions and got what I thought was interesting results. At first, digging into ancient Eg
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Mark, Thank you for your kind words and consideration. Quote: Sages who know how to re-enter this state of awareness probably adapt to its novel features quite quickly, I would imagine. In the end 'amazing' quickly becomes a somewhat useless term. Think of how amazing the smart phone was when introduced. Now, even the same phones are better, we don't really use this term any more.
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Yve, Thank you, Plato felt similarly about lost civilizations. Let me try to wander with you in my perspective. Quote: Much like whatever genius discovered Zero. Somehow the cubit length must have fulfilled something extra than measurement. It became a sacred measurement. Indeed: Zero is considered incredibly important in the mental constructs and evolvement of cultures, the May
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hi Mark, Thank you. Yes, at least halfway. Just my observations; remember the joy and peace you experienced and bring it back with you. I always remember the quote "argue your limitations and their yours". Also a small revelation, at least for me, in blocking myself, it does seem about getting out of our own way, was the word and mental concept of "servant". A well mean
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hi Mark, Indeed, it may just be semantics, but perhaps rather than using "opposing forces" maybe connecting forces such as a complimentary anode and cathode, using the circuitry analogy. Again maybe just semantics. don
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Drew, I am going to combine your 3 different posts in hopes of keeping a better flow of continuity and less complication; they do seem to follow a theme. Author: drew () Date: August 20, 2020 11:25PM … And while we may be sure of something, we also may be just a little off knowing exactly what something is unless it can be purposefully used for something specific. … But what use
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hi Mark, Thank you for your observations and kind words. Ahh, thanks, got the image pages now. Yeppers, many variations on the theme of the “serpent energy” are shown. One of the aspects I took away from such symbolism was the serpent was always upright or winged (plumed). Mercury’s caduceus, KukulKan, Quetzacotl, Bohinkalonga, Mucalinda, on and on and on. It was always about “raising” t
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Drew, Honestly some of your clarifications did not function as such for me, it is probably like a “magic eye” images some see “it” and some don’t from their perspective; at some point I probably will. As to what I seem to grasp. Quote: , not only on mankind but also Earth itself. In comparing Earth's 'chakra points' to man's spine and our chakra points, how do we know which does what
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Susan, So you couldn’t hold to your earlier post; so be it. No, I do not agree and I am not the only one. I’ll approach it this way first. Below is one of many papers and studies of altruism in our “species” The Evolutionary Biology of Altruism I’ll even include a paper on the other side of the discussion for fairness. The Problem With Altruism . So there are learned pe
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Mark, See my response to your prior post. Then, yes, I think it is possible. regards, don
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Mark, Let me catch up on your post. Quote: I may have seen kundalini images like the ones I sent you by this time, but never really looked at them. I apologize I missed those pictures, and I cannot find them on any of the threads. Quote: The first thing he says is that the Tao is nameless. It IS as simple as that. Yes, agreed. Along the lines of what I had earlier shared t
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Drew, Well, that was an unexpected response. It appears that one of the primary take away from my post is that I am about selling and garnering sales for my book, particularly since you book-ended your post with such observations. This take away from what I thought was a rather long post in an earnest effort to share my concepts, thoughts from both inside and outside of my book is surpr
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Thank you
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Mark, Yes, I think from the beginning the journey towards enlightenment was the journey for everyone both as humanity as a whole and for each individual. I think these sites were originally designed for everyone as they evolved in their consciousness to assist in the journey. That being the case it would make sense that cultures would want to make sure their leaders had that evolvement
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Thank you Susan, I understand. regards, don
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Drew, Thank you for your observations and comments. I will try to respond in a cognizant flow as I can. My thinking is not always linear. As for the timing I do not rule out earlier events and migrations. I know Graham Hancock posits such events over 100,000 years ago and recent archeological discoveries provide evidence that ancient mariners were navigating their way to Crete 130,0
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Okay, I Think this is the best thread place to reply on to keep some continuity. Thanks All, Allow me to try to unpack and clarify these multi-directional aspects and questions. I never stated I derived the length from a 6 ft. tall person. The average height of a human male is 5’9” and the average length of the human male spine is 27.9” That is where I posit the length was derived and codi
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello to all, Michael, thank you for your support. I think this can be addressed briefly and simply. Almost all scientific research and evidence is subject to interpretation in almost all fields. There are numerous examples of this; in just archeology alone I would refer you to the “Clovis First” (Clovis Line) interpretation or the “Solutrean hypothesis”. Ideally this is a healthy, impor
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Michael, My response does not preclude your suggested possibility at all. My book basis provides archeological evidence for a global civilization prior to an extra-terrestrial impact (possibly a comet) and pointing to the survivors with such knowledge who survived responsible for some sites; not only for their construction but for their purpose. My apologies for not making this clearer.
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Michael, My general view on Egyptian philosophies in reference to Hindu or Buddhist traditions of chakra's or for that matter comparatively toward the Hopi perspective on vibratory centers or any other spiritual philosophies; I think it is a variation on the same theme, a fugue, if you will. I believe there is a Unity a Oneness to the universe and from there all these philosophies ar
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Agreed, that is an aspect of my research that my book addresses. There are multiple sites around the globe designed to facilitate in the raising of consciousness; that the evidence points to a lost ancient civilization that was assisting and/or promoting this purpose. The book excerpt provided on this site: "outlined the designs in constructing sacred sites to focus and assist people i
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8 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Mark, Yes, what my book includes, with evidence, is that a lost ancient global civilization that had, as one of its purposes, a goal to build “Cosmic Engines” around the world; cosmic engines being spiritual sites designed to facilitate reaching a higher consciousness; a “kundalini experience”. This civilization was not only advancing technology around the world but assisting in humanit
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9 months ago
DBCarroll
Dear M Grant, Yes I am some what familiar with the Kundalini; if you go on the web page here where they have posted a long excerpt of my recent book you will see some of the discussion I included on this exact subject and even using the term “Kundalini” (coiled serpent). My focus incorporated such concepts of raising consciousness, that these sites were designed for such a purpose. Whether
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9 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Yve, Thank you for your input. As far as I know in all my research, in the case of Egyptian Pyramids; all Egyptian pyramids had capstones and in the case of the Great Pyramid, its capstone (pyramidion) was made of electrum. I have read that the pyramid on the US one-dollar bill with it 13 courses and missing capstone and “Eye of Providence” was done so to represent such a theme as you n
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9 months ago
DBCarroll
Hello Michael, I am not familiar with all of it. I am familiar with some, such as the geodesy considered to be implemented in the Great Pyramid and have written about it primarily in relationship with using a spirit of light measure (Aakhu meh)(27.5”) for G.P. measurements. In using the measurement of 27.5 inches the results are intriguing and thought provoking. The Great Pyramid’s origin
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9 months ago
DBCarroll
Ray, Yes, this a “different interest” and different take and focus then the approach and research in my recent book. That being written I have been fascinated by Bohm and Pribram’s holographic theories. If I remember correctly Pribram also theorized the brain functioned holographically. I thought Michael Talbot’s book; The Holographic Universe did a nice presentation of their concepts and
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