Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Entertaining Thoughts



"It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it." Aristotle

What does that mean?
I’m not sure ‘educated’ is the word I would use (it might be an artifact of the translation), but I would consider it as a measure of how open-minded a person is. Can you think about an idea, roll it around in your head, and consider it? Do you just accept an idea because it sounds interesting, because your friends like it, or someone you trust said it?

In my mind, that is what the quote is about. Someone exposes you to a new idea. Do you reject it out of hand, accept it blindly, or entertain the idea, exploring its strengths, weaknesses, and applicability to the situation? Do you test its merits and adopt it if the new thought works better than your prior thinking.

Why is thoughtful consideration important?

Have you known people who flit from idea to idea, like butterflies flit from flower to flower? They land briefly, then move on to the next. I’ve known a few, and found it amazing that they wouldn’t (or couldn’t) give each idea a good examination and only adopt those which are more useful than the previous idea.

Perhaps it’s part of the engineering mindset, but I have always tried to see what a new thought, concept, idea, or theory held before jumping on the bandwagon. I try not to approach an idea with pre-conceived notions or prejudices, but to consider the thought on it’s own merits.

In this manner, I hope to find out if the thought is worthy, or just another idea in search of a reason to exist. By examining the thought, one can hope to determine if it makes sense. Sometimes the thought will show itself to be badly flawed or even false, but rarely will we be able to tell if it is true. All that can be done is to test it to the best of our abilities and decide if it is worthy or not. more at philosiblog

Today I was entertaining some thoughts from Michael Tellinger who I like to listen to...origins of man, history of money and usury, gods, souls, psychedelics, our DNA, free energy, control of the masses and more and how it applies to us today and what we can do with the information to attempt to free ourselves of untold millennia of slavery to the few.


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  1. ooh, i just lurve Tellinger's work! Am currently reading "save species of the gods" now.

    1. Yeah, he's interesting. Here's another one.


    2. Thank you, Kenny, for another shot of what to me is "mind-crack". I'm blissed out, man. Love your site!

    3. okay, that linked video was good, and easier to digest than the radio broadcast. Now for my questions: First, who else besides Sitchen translated some of those half million sumerian clay tablets? Anyone? He says "others" have done so, but is that in fact the case? Where are their books? Second, given T's chapter on Jesus (in his book, Slave species of the gods), why is he in the above presentation, claiming that after death he'll be on the right side of Jesus? If J was an annunaki (son of Enlil?) then he's not supernatural, he's just another long-lived annunaki, in on the deception at first, but then later rebelled, once he realized he was being thrown under the bus. Third, the Ubuntu solution sounds a lot like communism, without the money. Maybe I should be his book on that, but it doesn't seem right to charge $25 bucks for a book decrying the use of money! When the free-energy gets up and running, then I think it's time to dash the cash.

      And where are all the other species of aliens and/or inter-dimensional beings? Why can't they help reign in these interfering nephilim?

      As always, confused but still having fun on the ride,

    4. All good questions EV. I know there have been a few Sumerian translators and when I get time I'll try and find something about them. I think some of them don't go into interpretations and speculations as Sitchin does.

      The Ubuntu solution has a number of good points but there have been critics who also describe it as communism in another form. Obama even mentioned Ubuntu in his Mandela memorial speech which Tellinger posted and you'll have to come to your own conclusions about that. Check the comments at the video.


      Personally I don't think the Ubuntu solutions will ever have a chance to work unless there is a major economic collapse and the small towns and communities would then possibly have a chance to implement some cooperative methods.

      Somewhat along the same lines of Tellinger is Wes Penre who you may find interesting and as always it is just thoughts to entertain.


    5. Thanks, Kenny, what a gift! It's just what I've been searching for. Lots to chew on. Am agog at just the Appendix B of terminology that goes with level I. This is much deeper than Mr. S. Africa. I've been wondering a lot about the galactic alignment; even I have noticed some eerie changes. -EV

    6. I'm glad you liked the Penre link. Not everyone is willing to delve into these subjects and he certainly has a massive amount of info and no charge for it. How much he gets right I don't know but it's a good introduction for further research. His multidimensional aspects to our existence is something I've been looking at for over 40 years now.

    7. Penre is fabulous - but I keep getting side-tracked when he off-handedly mentions some books, like "alien mind" and "coevolution." Am continuing to delve in, but it will take me a long time to get to the levels. One thing I'm hoping to learn, and perhaps you can shed some light on this, is whether there really is no death; if we are meant to be multidimensional free beings, shards of consciousness of the great creator, or whatever, but somehow got tricked (during the atlantis time-frame) into losing our abilities, being forced to live into framework where we cannot recall who we are, face countless lives on earth in the shadow of death, continually convinced to 'reincarnate' on earth, which was essentially made into a prison planet. Aliens are all around us, some in other dimensions sharing the same real-estate, but cannot intervene to help us due to some cosmic law of non-intervention (that some, not limited to Annunaki, did not obey).

      Food for thought? Or just nutty?

    8. EV, I cant' answer those questions. All I know is that I have had experiences that suggest a multidimensional existence. Beyond that I'm fairly ignorant and still in a learning mode.

  2. I recently downloaded and saved Egyptian Civilization Its Sumerian Origin & Real Chronology And Sumerian Origin of Egyptian Hieroglyphs, by Louis A. Waddell, copyright 1933


    I haven't read much of it yet, but what I've read so far is very interesting.

    Here's An Introduction to L.A. Waddell:


    The British writer and anthropologist, L.A. Waddell, produced a series of brilliant books about Sumer, Assyria and Babylon's culture. He was an expert in Sumerian and Egyptian hieroglyphics and Sanskrit language of the Indus Valley in India. This was a rare gift indeed and it allowed him to travel these regions, reading the ancient accounts on the temples and monuments, and see that Sumer, Egypt and Indus Valley were parts of one empire based on Sumerian documents...


    Here are some extracts from Waddell's book:





    The four Standards show: "The One King of Akkad, Kish, and of the Western Sunset Land and of Amurru, and Great Sea-Lord (of the Two Seas), the Hawk (-line) Pharaoh, and conqueror of Magan."


    Re: "the Western Sunset Land...and Great Sea-Lord":

    The enigma of the monolith of Pokotia, symbol of the Pukara civilitazion


    The monolith of Pokotia is an anthropomorphic stone statue, about 170 cm height, which was found in 1960 on the site of Pokotia, about 2 km from the ancient city of Tiahuanaco.
    According to the scholar Clyde A. Winters in the monolith of Pokotia there are various inscriptions (of proto-Sumerian and Quellca origin)...


    The Fuente Magna, a Sumerian heritage in the New World

    One of the most controversial archaeological pieces in South America is the Fuente Magna, a large stone bowl, similar to a container for making libations, baptisms or purificatory ceremonies.

    The bowl was discovered in Bolivia in 1960, by a farmer, in a private estate that is said to have belonged to the Manjon family, located in Chua, about 80 km from La Paz, near Titicaca Lake.

    In the outside of the bowl there are zoomorphic carvings (of Tiahuanaco origin), while inside, as well as a zoomorphic or anthropomorphic figures (depending on interpretation), there are two types of different engraved scripts, a proto-Sumerian ancient alphabet, and quellca language of the ancient Pukara, forerunner of the Tiahuanaco civilization.



    The Back and side inscriptions on the Pokotia Monolith


    The inscriptions on the Pokotia figure are written in the Sumerian language. The signs used to write the messages on the Pokotia monolith were non-liguture Proto-Sumerian symbols.


    The Fuente Magna of Pokotia Bolivia


    A controversy arose about the cuneiform script on the Fuente Magna. Dr. Alberto Marini, translated it and reported that it was Sumerian.. After a careful examination of the Fuente Magna, linear script Dr. Clyde A. Winters determined that it was probably Proto-Sumerian, which is found on many artifacts from in Mesopotamia. An identical script was used by the Elamites called Proto-Elamite.


    1. Thanks. I'll certainly check out the links.

    2. Waddell was quite the researcher. The preface of the book in your first link is a good summary. The Sumerians were Aryan.