Peru’s Ancient Cave Of Dangerous Energies–Homo Sapiens Before the Flood


By Wes Penre on Monday, August 29, 2016 @ 4:35 AM
Source: Brien Foerster, Archeologist, July 19, 2015

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In the video below, this Peruan man compares the Antediluvian Homo sapiens with today’s Homo sapiens sapiens–something I discussed in my papers, as well. I also wrote about the time before the Sun began to shine from a blue sky. Before the Flood, the sky was damp and very cloudy–a global canopy was keeping the sunlight out. This man confirms my research.

However, when En.ki terraformed the Earth after the Deluge, by tilting Her on Her axis, the gravity and the frequency slightly changed on the planet, and there were big climate changes worldwide as well. Before the tilt, creatures that inhabited the Earth were bigger in stature, but when the gravity changed after the tilting of the planet, most species became smaller, or more accurately; most species who survived the Flood succumbed when Earth’s gravity was changed, and En.ki replaced them with beings of smaller stature. The sky now became much clearer, and the new inhabitants of Earth were “allowed” to see the sky, the Moon, the planets, the stars, and the galaxies; i.e. En.ki’s Hologram, as described in my new book, “Synthetic Super Intelligence…”

Moreover, after the new terraforming of the planet, the Moon was aligned due to an exact mathematic formula, making it the same size as the Sun (seen from our perspective)–thus we have the “eclipses,” where the Moon covers the Sun exactly. This is precision work.

En.ki’s terraforming of the Earth affected both the planet and the new species, Homo Sapiens sapiens–the new, genetically manipulated human race, to whom we belong. Those living underground, whom this Peruan man talks about, are the humans who lived on the surface of the Earth before the Flood. Most of them were wiped out together with the rest of the fauna at that point.

8-11-2014 LEAKED! RAW ROSETTA IMAGES OF ALIEN BUILDINGS ON COMET 67P


YouTube, August 11, 2014
Wes Penre’s Blog, August 15, 2014 @ 3:10AM

A monumental find comes to Secureteam and viewers around the world, as new raw images taken from the Rosetta space craft of Comet 67P, reveal the true nature of the “space rock”. Stay tuned for updates as soon as we get them!

Wes Penre’s comment: The Wes Penre Papers at http://wespenre.com give multiple references to that the “Alien Invader Force” (AIF), also called the “Anunnaki,” are using hollowed out asteroids, planetoids, and space rocks as spaceships and battleships. These “rocks” are perfect to spy on planetary civilizations, but also excellent to use in space battles, as they are much more robust than a “traditional” UFOs we are used to seeing. Some say the Moon, too, is partly artificial, and since long owned by Lord En.ki and his cohorts. Only selected humans are allowed on the Moon, and there are still human slave miners working deep in the craters; something that has been confirmed by established remote viewers, such as the late Ingo Swan…

What Plants Talk About


Source: YouTube
Published here on Saturday, April 12, 2013 @ 7:35

This program integrates hard-core science with a light-hearted look at how plants behave, revealing a world where plants are as busy, responsive and complex as we are. From the stunning heights of the Great Basin Desert to the lush coastal rainforests of west coast Canada, scientist J.C. Cahill takes us on a journey into the “secret world of plants,” revealing an astonishing landscape where plants eavesdrop on each other, talk to their allies, call in insect mercenaries and nurture their young. It is a world of pulsing activity, where plants communicate, co-operate and sometimes, wage all-out war.

Scientists Confirm that Plants Talk and Listen To Each Other, Communication Crucial for Survival
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However, new research, published in the journal Trends in Plant Science, has revealed that plants not only respond to sound, but they also communicate to each other by making “clicking” sounds.

Using powerful loudspeakers, researchers at The University of Western Australia were able to hear clicking sounds coming from the roots of corn saplings.

Researchers at Bristol University also found that when they suspended the young roots in water and played a continuous noise at 220Hz, a similar frequency to the plant clicks, they found that the plants grew towards the source of the sound.

“Everyone knows that plants react to light, and scientists also know that plants use volatile chemicals to communicate with each other, for instance, when danger – such as a herbivore – approaches,” Dr. Gagliano said in a university news release.

“I was working one day in my herb garden and started to wonder if maybe plants were also sensitive to sounds – why not? – so I decided as a scientist to find out.”

While it has been long known that plants grow towards light, previous research from Exeter University found cabbage plants emitted methyl jasmonate gas when their surfaces are cut or pierced to warn its neighbors of danger such as caterpillars or garden shears.

Researchers from the earlier study also found that the when the volatile gas was emitted, the nearly cabbage plants appeared to receive the urgent message that and protected themselves by producing toxic chemicals on their leaves to fend off predators like caterpillars.

However, new research, published in the journal Trends in Plant Science, has revealed that plants not only respond to sound, but they also communicate to each other by making “clicking” sounds.

Scientists suspect that sound and vibration may play an essential role in the survival of plants by giving them information about the environment around them.

Researchers said sounds waves are easily transmissible through soil, and could be used to pick up threats like drought from their neighbors further away.

Gagliano said that the latest findings shows that the role of sound in plants has yet to be fully explored, “leaving serious gaps our current understanding of the sensory and communicatory complexity of these organisms”.

In addition to other forms of sensory response, “it is very likely that some form of sensitivity to sound and vibrations also plays an important role in the life of plants,” she added.

 

The Black Whole by Nassim Haramein


Posted at News from Behind the Scenes on July 8, 2012 @ 11:15  AM

Editor’s note: This video actually shows scientifically much of what I wrote in my ‘Wes Penre Papers, The Second Level of Learning’, the first few paper in the series (the rest I have yet to complete). I knew about Nassim from before, but had never listened to him until this morning. Kind of blew my mind. This guy is, as far as I can see, brilliant in quantum physics and can mathematically explain what I’ve been writing about. Some say that his math is strange, but I let the listener discern.

Nassim has been heavily attacked, both as a scientist and as a supporter of alien civilizations on Earth. What strikes me when I look into the arguments of these ‘debunkers’, I find them starting out with debunking his science, but don’t have anything substantial to debunk him on there, so they viciously attack his ‘alien civilizations’ theories instead, from the standpoint that these never existed. When I saw this being the normal trend among many debunkers, I decided that this guy must have something cool to say. I will look into his work some more.

And best of all — Nassim speaks in layman’s terms!

Enjoy! I did! Love, Wes Penre