Summary of Galactic History Preliminary Notes

Summary of Galactic History Preliminary Notes

Summary of Galactic History Preliminary Notes. By Manuel Lamiroy.

Before we move on to the actual study of Galactic History, it is important to realize that such research is still in its very early stages.

Most of the available information comes from contactees and channellers. For my personal research, I have also been able to draw upon information obtained from regression sessions, in which people went back to “past lives” on other planets, and from “active recall” by some people who started remembering elements of past lives.

 

Needless to say that at present, the study of Galactic History is very much a work in progress, where information constantly has to be re-evaluated. This is partly due to a number of problems we are facing.

A first set of problems has to do with the reliability of the information, where ‘interference‘ and ‘bias‘ are factors to be taken into account.

Most channellers notoriously ‘interpret’ the information they are receiving, which can be a first level of (sometimes substantial) distortion.

 

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A second element to be aware of is the source of the information. To use an analogy: ask a US Democrat, a US Republican, an Iraqi civilian, an Iranian civilian, and an Israeli civilian to describe the war in Iraq.

Even though all of them will be describing the same event, you would probably have a hard time figuring out that they are.

Interpretation of the information

Interpretation of the information

Galactic History Preliminary Notes

The same problem exists with regard to Galactic History, where the sources of information – from whom the channellers or contactees get their information – may be prone to bias. The problem is repeated again on the level of the person researching Galactic History, who may be biased towards certain interpretations.

People who have been the subject of victimisation, e.g., may be more prone to see conflicts in terms of victims and victimisers.

A second set of problems has to do with the way we calculate time. We calculate in years, which correspond to orbits of the Earth around the sun.

At present such an orbit takes 365.24 days. But there are several myths on Earth that describe a time before the Moon was present, and before Venus was in its present location, and when a year took only 360 days (– hence the 360 degrees in a circle).

If this is true, then how do you calculate the time before the change in orbit to 365.24 days? Do you stick to 365.24 days, or do you stick to orbits, which would make it 360 days?

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What if the length of a year changed not once, but several times?

Sumerian mythology describes the passage of a large celestial body (Nibiru / Marduk) every 3600 years, and depending on where Earth is on its orbit around the sun with regard to this object, its trajectory speed may be slowed down (if the object is ‘behind’ it) or sped up (if the object is ‘in front’ of it) because of the gravitational pull of this object. So the length of a year on Earth could change every 3600 years.

To make matters more complex, we calculate time in relation to events that happened in the past, and we use different points of reference.

The Jewish calendar, e.g., started approximately 3600 years before the Christian calendar, which started approximately 600 years before the Muslim calendar. And I haven’t even mentioned the Mayan Calendar which is not linear but cyclic in nature.

Add to that the fact that the extraterrestrial source of information may have a completely different way of calculating time, which means they’d have to do ‘conversions’ each time they tell a story.

In the “RA Material” the extraterrestrial source called RA famously complained that they couldn’t find a way to accurately translate their way of ‘timing’ events to our way of calculating time.

When studying Galactic History, we often come across anomalies in the timelines, where one source will mention an event, e.g., 40 million years ago, while another will situate the same event 25 million years ago.

Given the above, such anomalies should not come as a surprise.

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RA Material The Law Of One

Galactic History Preliminary Notes

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