Cassiopaean timeline

Hi BHelemet, for what it's worth my response to your questions is maybe trust more in the ingenuity, skill and dedication of a driven community when they put their minds to a task (for whatever reason - homage to the past, money, desire to create a landmark to attract tourists, etc) than some kind of unreasonable assumption regarding such massively out of place and time landmarks actually being there from a bygone age.

I have to agree. While the idea of timeline manipulation is fascinating and what it could mean for our present and future, I tend to think it's more to do with subtle changes rather than overt structures that appear out of place in different geographic regions. Although, I'm not ruling that out either in all cases, just that some credit should be given to the ability of our ancestors.

Mainly, I think it's easier for us today to look back on people 3 or 4 generations before us and assume they had limited basic knowledge. As the saying goes about now, never has there been a time that so many people know so little about so much. I think it's reasonable that people prior to the internet age knew their vocation inside out, back to front, and upside down so to speak. I have no doubt that the examples presented were created by clever people of the time.
 

Debra

Jedi Master
This is an interesting and inspiring discussion.
Thanks @BHelmet for the fascinating, mysterious and beautiful pictures.
Perhaps the ancient stone monuments, such as the Stone circles and the Egyptian pyramids were not the only places our Ancestors left messages in stone for us to decode?
I am reminded as well, of a line that Laura wrote in her genealogy pages:
[...]nobody emigrates from their home to a new and unknown place without pretty good reasons."
From researching my own origins, the founding branches of my Ancestry all immigrated to the Americas due to persecution and in rebellion due to religious/political control.
In my opinion, intelligent and independent Craftsmen and women all interested in thinking and living "Out side of the Box"created the Architecture in those pictures.

“Architecture is geometry made visible in the same sense that music is number made audible.” — Claude F. Bragdon
 

BHelmet

Jedi Council Member
I feel a certain duty to respond. Regarding the Parliament Building in Ottawa

“trust more in the ingenuity, skill and dedication of a driven community when they put their minds to a task (for whatever reason - homage to the past, money, desire to create a landmark to attract tourists, etc) “

"skill" That’s a BIG assumption: if they did have the master craft skill set required to do Gothic revival, what where they doing in Canada instead of Europe where they would be paid much higher and there would be more work?

Yes, an inspirational reason could be very important but none of what you suggest seems plausible to me (“tourism”? “C’mon man”). People generally act out of necessity before they act from inspiration. The only possible inspiration would be some love for Queen Victoria. But even that seems like a stretch since the population was from all over Europe.

It is necessary to first consider the living conditions, and historical background. The population of Ottawa at the time was under 20K in 1860. Canada was primarily being exploited by Britain for its timber and furs - so IF you had a populace of highly skilled lumberjacks and fur trappers sitting around wondering what to do in their spare time and they wanted to build a Gothic Revival monument to their beloved Queen, it would make logical sense if it was a wooden structure.

The Irish potato famine was around 1845 and a host of them came looking for agricultural land as did a majority of other Europeans who came looking for opportunity. So, I don’t think they were highly skilled at al except for agriculture. Throw in the Crimean War, a few Opium wars and generally policing uprisings throughout the Empire and that does not lend itself to the Brits throwing a lot of assets into an opulent Provincial Palace in a far flung part of the empire where the locals didn't need to be impressed to stay in line.

And Please bear in mind; all I am saying: that none of this makes logical sense. I am not suggesting any hypothesis as to what real truth is. I don’t know. That is why it struck me. It just seems very odd.

Bottom Line:

As soon as the Pandora’s box of timeline manipulation is opened up, anything goes. The History channel explanation of things, no matter how reasonable sounding, is often a smokescreen for a contradictory underlying reality. I should not have to prove that one. And the History channel, Britannica, etc. largely only sounds reasonable because it is what we have been told our whole lives.
 

foofighter

Jedi Council Member
BHelmet is on the right track. You can think of the timeline looping as Groundhog Day, but on a larger scale (more than one day, more than just the local city). So when making a timeline you need to differentiate between "consciousness time" and "calendar time". For example, "308.000 years ago" is in "consciousness time", not "calendar time", it is MUCH closer to now in calendar time, due to the resetting.

The resets are what causes things like the Mandela Effect (he was dead, then he wasn't), as well as feelings of deja vu (when repeating timelines overlap and you "catch up" to a previous moment), and of course as BHelmet notes, skills. Memories may be largely reset when time looping occurs, but skills are stored in a different location, outside of higher self memories, so are retained. Again, think of it like Groundhog Day piano playing, where he eventually learnt piano in a few hours. Or, not really.

It is absolutely impossible to make sense of any timeline compilation without taking this into consideration. And, of course, that keeping all of this secret is a high priority for certain parties, so any attempts at sharing this information would be interfered with and corrupted.

As for "WWFS", Fulcanelli would probably note that the lizards on her sacred cathedral were put there for a reason...
 

anka

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
if they did have the master craft skill set required to do Gothic revival, what where they doing in Canada instead of Europe where they would be paid much higher and there would be more work?

Yes, an inspirational reason could be very important but none of what you suggest seems plausible to me (“tourism”? “C’mon man”). People generally act out of necessity before they act from inspiration.
The situation in Europe was certainly like that. Many people trying to find a new, better place to start. Many skilled workers hoping for a better future in the New world (in case of Ireland it was obviously about having any future at all). I am not saying there were oceanliners full of gothic cathedral specialists floating to America, but they were not excluded and already available at the time.

Gothic Revival architecture (Wiki)

Gothic Revival (also referred to as Victorian Gothic, neo-Gothic, or Gothick) is an architectural movement that began in the late 1740s in England. Its momentum grew in the early 19th century, when increasingly serious and learned admirers of neo-Gothic styles sought to revive medieval Gothic architecture, in contrast to the neoclassical styles prevalent at the time. Gothic Revival draws features from the original Gothic style, including decorative patterns, finials, lancet windows, hood moulds and label stops. By the mid-19th century, it was established as the preeminent architectural style in the Western world.

And here's a bit of story about emigration from Europe in the second half of 19th century:


Europe_19thcentury_emigration.jpg
 

BHelmet

Jedi Council Member
To recap. There appear to be structures on this planet that defy “normal” rational explanation. This is nothing new. What I have taken note of is that these anomalous structures MAY include more recent ones and not just the ones clearly from antiquity like the Sphinx and Baalbek, pyramids etc. The so-called gothic revival and Star forts fall into that category for me that should warrant a “wtf”!? There are gothic masterpieces all over the world in some VERY unlikely locations. The Las Lajas shrine in Columbia is a prime example. In the middle of freaking nowhere supposedly built in the 20th century In a time span that included both world wars with donations from peasants and it looks like something out of Lord of the Rings the way it is perched on a cliff side river gorge. Couldn’t find any photos of the construction.
And it’s associated with the obligatory Marian apparition.
 
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