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Beyond the Ice Wall: Further Forays

The Q & A

Previous Ice Wall Q & As have broached (rather than breached) the wall itself, the realm beyond and (some of) those residing there. A smattering of questions in this revisit touch on all those areas, including Antarctic expeditions and inhabitants suggested, variously, by Donald Marshall’s testimony and the Ra Material. 

For the background to the Q & A, see the index page.

 


 

Q. Is “realm” the correct terms for the land beyond the Ice Wall?

 

Yes.

Realm seems better than “plain” (or “plane”, for that matter), given its varied geography and dimensionality. Of course, one might present a similar argument to defining the Earth, which is apparently “just” the Earth (and not a realm). But then, the Earth is a fairly recent garden spot, whereas the realm is, like the Universe, ageless. 

 


 

Q. How many firmaments are there?

 

Three. 

The Ice Wall and the sky ice meet each other. In addition to which, there are three firmaments that are, relatively, proximate to each other. The reason for this appears to be insulation. It would seem the sky ice itself does not count as firmament, although one might surmise that it is “part of” the firmament (however, as per the forthcoming The Universe 2, strictly speaking – the strictly being the answers – it is not, as the sky ice moves but the firmament does not). 

 


 

Q. How many miles of ice are there between the Earth and the realm beyond the Ice Wall (at the shortest point)?

 

8 miles.

So not that many. If the video, referenced in an earlier Ice Wall post, regarding the ice’s “rejuvenating” properties is anything to go by, though, there wouldn’t need to be. In and of itself, it would seem nigh-on impregnable. Well, until it wasn’t.

 


 

Q. Are there continents, oceans and different climate zones etc beyond the Ice Wall? 

 

Yes.

The degrees to which different races occupy the different continents and in which dimensional capacity, I’ll have to pursue further. I doubt civic-minded types are keen to rub shoulders with 6D negative Anunnaki, but quite possibly positively-orientated Anunnaki aren’t overly eager either.

 


 

Q. Is there one sun for the realm beyond the Ice Wall?

 

Yes. 

This was based on the conjecture that, given how much vaster the realm is than the Earth – 160 times larger – it might require additional suns and moons to fulfil the whole day/night/seasons deal. If day/night/seasons conform to anything approximating ours, of which there’s no guarantee (and that isn’t even considering the possibility they have no “clock time” which, per the Seth Material, is “one of the latest and most artificial of your camouflages”). 

 


 

Q. Is the realm beyond the Ice Wall’s sun Venus?

 

No.

This one comes from the theory that, for example, there were multiple Earths/lands beyond the Ice Wall, each with its own sun and moon, such that “planets” we can see fulfil our sun’s function for each of them (successively). However, we know the realm beyond the Ice Wall has its own firmament, so there’s no necessary reason for “bodies” to cross pollinate in any way (with the three firmaments, it could be that one of them is shared by both Earth and the realm beyond the Ice Wall).

 


 

Q. Do we know the name of the main race of positive forces beyond the Ice Wall?

 

No.

Which would suggest a limited personal involvement with the affairs of the Earth.

 


 

Q. Do Avatar’s Na’vi represent an actual race?

 

Yes.

This came from a suggestion that the Na’vi are based on an existing ET race. They are not ETs, however. The “cat people” live in the realm beyond the Ice Wall.

Captain Mark Richards mentions a cat people who introduced the concept of the cat goddess to Egypt and Mesopotamia. Richards’ information doesn’t have a great hit rate for accuracy, however, and it may be that his cat people are unrelated to cat people from beyond the Ice Wall (he has them as ETs, and panther types at that).

 


 

Q. How many humans live beyond the Ice Wall? 

 

Approximately 70,000.

I don’t know if they all hang out in Shambhala, but it’s probably fair to suggest a good few of them do. It wouldn’t be a trip beyond the Ice Wall without at least dropping by Shambala.

 


 

Q. Are the Rodentia giganticus (Nephilim) encountered by Donald Marshall ETs?

 

No.

They’re from beyond the Ice Wall. Nephilim is not their actual name (the actual Nephilim have never been on Earth). 

These are the creatures Donald Marshall described as resembling the urRu in the movie The Dark Crystal (but with added nasty teeth). He referred to them as “an evolved species of ‘rodent’… the things get big, big as the biggest horse. They have no parasitical biology to bodysnatch people, but they can also do it using consciousness microchips”. He also advised that “even though they’re giant rodents, people in the past have mistaken them for dragons”. Marshall was evidently fed disinformation regarding their name and origins, but it’s worth considering his description.

Regarding The Dark Crystal connection “They wanted to be in it. They talk the same and have the same communal bellow… which they call the chord or the call… They try to fool people into thinking they are the good guys… the wise ones, the elders… but they are pretty mean… they look at humans as a threat and as vehicles to occupy because quality of life is better as a human than a giant rat possum thing living underground”. 

Marshall also said “They’re omnivores” and have “deadly looking teeth… like a killer whale… hook backwards slightly… they didn’t put that in the movie because they would look menacing… they wanted them to look like peaceful things” Of the chord/call, it “vibrates your brain and joints if you’re in range”. Additionally, “they can also do a short LOUD chirp that can stun you for like 3 seconds before you realize your still standing in front of it”.

 


 

Q. Does Bigfoots/Yeti/Sasquatch exist?

 

Yes.

They are physical giants from beyond the Ice Wall.

This explanation for their origins does, however, seem to conflict with the Ra Material…

 


 

Q. Are Big Foots from Maldek (working through karma in 2D form)? 

 

Yes.

The Ra Material tells it that the inhabitants of Maldek destroyed their own world. The effect on them collectively was so deleterious that they chose to work through their karma in 2D form, in the limited capacity of Big Foots (or Sasquatch, or – I assume – Yeti). 

Per Ra, “These entities, destroying their planetary sphere, thus were forced to find room for themselves upon this third density… to decrease their mind/body/spirit distortions with respect to the Law of One”. Theirs was a civilisation “somewhat similar to that of the societal complex known to you as Atlantis in that it gained much technological information and used it without care for the preservation of their sphere following to a majority extent… service to self”. Apocalypse ensued: “The devastation that wracked their biosphere and caused its disintegration resulted from what you call war”.

It proved necessary for an intervention (by the Confederation of Planets in the Service of the Infinite Creator), so as to “untie the knot of fear… The entities were then able to recall that they were conscious”. Subsequently, “the group decision was to place upon itself a type of what you may call karma alleviation. For this purpose, they came into incarnation” as Bigfoots “until the distortions of destruction are replaced by distortions towards the desire for a less distorted vision of service to others”. 

Ra further imparts that “Most of those beings so succeeding have incarnated elsewhere in the creation for the succeeding cycle in third density. There remain a few who have not yet alleviated through the mind/body/spirit coordination of distortions the previous action taken by them. Therefore, they remain. These are one type of Bigfoot”.

The remaining few would go to account for the relative rarity of the creatures. As for the “one type of Bigfoot”, Ra refers to three types: the Maldekians; those “engineered physical vehicles” able to withstand radiation in the event of nuclear war (yeah, okay*); and a thought-form. As Ra’s references to the destruction of Atlantis and prospective nuclear war suggest, not all of his wisdom is free from distortion (be that distortion intentional, so as to preserve the free will of the recipient parties, or through the imperfections of the channelling process).

*Addendum 24/06/23: So, on the nuke front, I’ve been chasing the wrong conspiracy with this one, it seems. It’s almost inevitable that, when you think you’ve grasped the nettle of some subjects, you instead get stung to blue blazes. There’s long-standing theorising concerning the legitimacy of the nuke threat, and of nuclear technology generally, and it took me a while to warm to it (probably in the last three or four years). Warm to it I did, though, and it seemed Q & A answers were confirming the counterfeit nature of the subject (this, however, as tends to be the case, was based on misconception of the parameters of the response).  When it comes to the Ra Material, however, this is not to imply everything channelled on the nuke subject is accurate. It appears those of Maldek did not wreak destruction on their environment with nuclear weapons (whatever else they may have done to it).

 


 

Q. Is/was Maldek a place elsewhere in the Universe? 

 

No.

Maldek is not somewhere else in the Universe. Nor is Maldek a former Earth. Maldek is a continent beyond the Ice Wall.

The Ra Material informs us that “They dwell within your deeper underground passageways” and also that those designed to withstand – ahem* – nuclear war “dwell in uninhabited deep forest”. This most plausible take is surely that they were expressly brought here – presumably by the Anunnaki – via portals (rather than simply stumbling through them with a regularity not seen with other beyond-the-Ice-Wall lifeforms).

Addendum 26/05/23: It appears it was indeed the Anunnaki who brought Bigfoots to Earth, via portals. However, with regard to the stumbling-through-one point generally, it is possible to find oneself accidentally transported elsewhere, should one happen upon one unawares.

*Addendum 24/06/23: See Addendum to the previous answer with regard to the nuke issue.

 


 

Q. Were those from Maldek formerly in a different form?

 

No.

The Ra Material presents the “Maldekians” as incarnating on Earth “in what were not acceptable human forms” (the Bigfoots), for the purposes of the aforementioned karma alleviation. However, it actually seems that, karma-wise, the Maldek people went from 3D to 2D. Meaning they were previously Bigfoots in 3D, and the working out of karma has taken the form of consciousness/awareness rather than a change in the physical vessel.

 


 

Q. Did Captain Scott go to Antarctica?

 

Yes.

What with the way Antarctica is rife with disinformation, subterfuge and outright lies, it doesn’t seem unreasonable to assume that at very least parts of the story of Captain Robert Falcon Scott and his ill-fated attempt to reach the South Pole were not what they seem.

 


 

Q. Did Captain Scott die as reported?

 

Yes.

As far as the story is accurate, it seems Captain Scott genuinely came a cropper when weather conditions got the better of him.

 


 

Q. Was the race between Captain Scott and Roald Admundsen real?

 

No.

According to the official story, the Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen and his party of five became the first to reach the South Pole on 14 December 1911. He had, it seems, resorted to evasiveness – which simply wasn’t cricket – after ditching his stated goal of the North Pole (he would reach it eventually in 1926, variously the fourth or first to do so, depending on whether you credit any of his predecessors’ claims. Competing claims serve to add a veneer of authenticity to any underlying scenario, of course). Scott had been given the impression Amundsen had no designs on the South Pole, so he was somewhat disconcerted to receive a telegram from the Norwegian not so much setting him straight as offering the vague but worrying news that he was proceeding southwards.

 Amundsen’s first attempt, in September 1911, had to be abandoned, but his second, departing in October, was a success. Scott’s party wouldn’t arrive at the Pole until 17 January 1912. He and his companions perished on the return trip, Edgar Evans on 17 February, Lawrence Oates going outside on March 16, and Scott, Edward Wilson and Henry Bowers, it is presumed, on 29 March (the date of Scott’s last diary entry).

Scott’s fate may have been real, but the race itself was a psyop. Which would make sense, in terms of significant later pysops pertaining to the nature of our world. The space race, for example. This one represents a mere trifle, by comparison, with relatively few individuals required to keep the truth under their snow hats.

 


 

Q. Was Captain Scott aware of the Ice Wall?

 

Yes. 

 


 

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