Beyond the Ice Wall Part VI

This isn’t the more extensive look into Nos Confunden’s – via experiencers William and Helen Morris – detailing of the lands and peoples beyond the Ice Wall I intended as a follow up to Part V, so that will have to be Part VII. Indeed, the following questions are mostly unrelated to the information from those sources, aside from those relating barriers/domes. This is, like Antimatter III, a relatively brief post in the series, but there’ll be more to come.     Q. Were the other four craters created for similar purposes to the one for humans (to establish a

Beyond the Ice Wall Part V

Any attempts to distil the realm beyond the Ice Wall is going to be hit and miss, short of a filmed travelogue starring Michael Palin, and Q & As so far have inevitably fallen prey to assumptions based on the morsels of verification yielded by “Yes” and “No” responses. I encountered the William Morris (father) and Helen Morris (daughter) accounts of their experiences in the lands beyond a couple of years back but admittedly didn’t pay them sufficient credit, in part because they’re quite elaborate (Helen’s especially, in terms of the range of places, peoples and events) but mostly because

Atlantis & Lemuria 2

A more recent, “joined-up” overview of Atlantis can be found here. The following is largely intended to convey various nuggets from the dimensionally shifted lands that have already been referenced in other Q & As, but not in the first Atlantis & Lemuria. Indeed, some answers here will now have been reproduced in triplicate – they can also found under Starseeds II and The Law of One Part 2 – so apologies if such replication proves irksome; it feels more useful to include as much relevant information to a particular subject as possible, for ease of reference’s sake. Much of

The Universe II

It’s been some time since the last Q & A, mostly due to little opportunity to pursue such matters. Consequently, while this month’s revisiting an array of subjects will provide (hopefully) a spate of clarifications and reframing of prior assumptions – as ever, the specificity of a question’s wording can shine a light or send one on a wild goose chase, and the usual way of discovering the latter is some way down the line – further inquiry will also be necessary in due course, to confirm whether certain arising speculations and conclusions are correct. While these should all be

A Patchwork History of the World: Part I

The truth about the historic record has, of late, been the inception point for many to the alternative sphere. One need only peruse the Stolen History forum to see that pretty much anything and everything is up for debate and interrogation. Obviously, the bigger picture of how we relate to the Universe, what that Universe is and what, for that matter, the Earth is, are intrinsically related to that record, but simply parsing recent fabrications, let along those of hundreds or thousands of years ago, makes for a potentially overwhelming task. Much of the focus for the Q & As

Going Nuclear

Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the “Nuke Lie” Lie. So, it seems I’d been chasing the wrong conspiracy with this one. 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 as one who’d been dyed-in-the-wool terrified of all things atomic as a nipper, it took me a while to warm to it (mostly over the last three or four years). Warm to it I did, though, and it