Watched them vids. It's true "flat earth" material.
clerk de bonk, I've been pondering your response for some time now. I was bothered by it frankly. It was just too simple and dismissive. I'll try and answer and I'm going to try and paraphrase several quotes from the C's since I'm typing on my phone and am a bit limited on time/energy and focus. I'll try to keep it simple.
Let me start by saying that the C's once said that "all of the information/books etc can be of value when read with knowledge and discernment". I'm just trying to caution against dismissing something because it "smells" of flat earth theory. There are other writers I've come across who seem to get close to flat earth theory but have other interesting things to say. I've come across writers who had interesting things to say who were getting a little too close to flat earth for my comfort but I remember Laura explaining how the best disinformation was a mixture of truth and lies. So by my reasoning, if we dismiss authors based on flat earth beliefs, we run the risk of missing important pieces of the puzzle. We're falling into the trap of dismissing something just because "oh that's more flat earth nonsense".
Max Igan makes reference to flat earth theory on several occasions and says something to the effect of: "I don't know if this is true or false". He also goes on to add something that concurs with the general agreement that was reached here on the forum I believe; that it's kind of irrelevant, there are more important questions that need addressing. It leads me to wonder if there's more to this flat earth CoIntelPro than meets the eye?
I did look for a C's quote that I couldn't find and maybe I imagined it but it was along the lines of Never Underestimate the STS ruler's ability to completely come up with an unimaginable response to our expectations. This is total paraphrasing here. I really couldn't remember the quote but I think.it was in relation to the shock we all received with the rise of the "Libtards".
Anyway, the C's have said again and again, that the Lizzies have been moving backwards and forwards in time for some 70,000 years, changing and tweaking things and I think it's worth considering in relation to the information presented here. In defense of Max Igan in particular, he repeatedly says he's not making any definitive affirmations, just asking questions, based on information he's received/discovered and trying to keep an open mind, which I think is in line with the whole idea behind the Cassiopaean Experiment.
As I said, I don't have the knowledge, experience or time/energy to parse it all but then the purpose of the forum is to network and share because maybe someone else Will be capable of seeing it. I just found a dismissal of it as being "true flat earth" nonsense as being a bit too short and dismissive. These guys are showing maps of great Tartaria, CIA documents affirming that this history had to be rewritten, that the worls was repopulated by children, orphans who were sent all over the world and raised with a new "history" which although "crazy" is at least plausible if there was some sort of recent catastrophe that almost wiped out the population of the earth. Free energy is discussed, churches being used for Sound healing, (not ridiculous mind control "masses," reminding me of Dr. Hulda Clarke. There are even claims that Roman history is even more bogus than Laura ever imgined. We Know the timeline has been rewritten regularly. The biggest enemy of knowledge is belief/assumptions so that in order to keep an open mind, although I have more faith in this forum than anywhere else, I think it deserves at least a bit of reflection and discussion, maybe some questions for the C's.
Sorry if I come across as pushy. I won't insist anymore. I don't have an agenda/desire to prove it's true, just a concern that we may miss information by associating one seemingly crazy theory with another, thus missing some Truth mixed with lies. I'm trying to apply the principles I learned here, nothing more. I seek the Truth like most here, even if it goes against everything I ever believed.
Just to finish, it also seems to point in the direction of "Russia"/Siberia, which has come up as the "Saviour of the World" according to Edgar Cayce. Anyway, just sharing my thoughts here. Nothing else really to add here, I'm currently too preoccupied to give it more attention.