How correct can we make this part of the session? If high, what does it actually mean for us? Let me straighten it out by thinking out loud.Q: (Pierre) Another question: Years ago in a previous session, you mentioned that Nazi Germany was a rehearsal. Next time, who is going to play the role of the Nazis, and who is going to play the role of the Jews?
A: That should be obvious by now. The objective, as we have said, was/is to eliminate true Semites from the gene pool.
Q: (L) Well... The question I have - and I'm not sure that I ever really asked it in such a direct way, or if it was ever really answered - is: What is a Semite?
A: Central Asian genetic type formed from two main lines.
Q: (Chu) Which lines?
A: Kantekkian and Homo Sapiens.
Q: (Artemis) Didn't they say that Kantekkians were the ones most filled with light and superpowered energies inside them?
Q: (Artemis) So they want to get rid of superpowered energy?
Interesting you mention the above..I forget what I was originally searching for yesterday but whatever it was linked to the following thread: Raine, Samenow, Fallon: Neuropsychology & The Work. It's been a long time since I read some of that thread..Anyway, after reading a bit from that thread yesterday, I thought of reading Inside the Criminal Mind again.It is interesting how much the perception of older sessions changes over time, I guess this is a good sign because we eventually change with learning, so we look at older sessions from a completely different point of view.
For days I'm thinking of reading Inside the Criminal Mind one more time, and since Laura mentioned it in this session, it seems like a good sign to me.
I just got done listening to Dan Carlin’s “Wrath of the Khans” series. He talks about the modern books being written about the Mongols, even mentions Weatherford, that are trying to paint a different picture of their history, portraying them in a much more positive light.Not trying to detract from the current flow of discussion on this thread, but I feel compelled to comment on the negative view both BlackCartouche and Kay Kim are sharing in regards to Genghis Khan. Genghis Khan's Mongolian Empire was probably the most progressive, civilized and openminded period mankind had seen in modern times up to that point. There are a lot of Western stereotypes about the 'savagery' of the Mongolians, but an in-depth study of what life was like during his rule reveals an intelligence, savvy and empathy for people in Genghis that never gets reported on. I highly recommend reading Weatherford's Genghis Khan and the Making of the World to learn more about him and his Empire than any Western history book will ever teach you. The Amazon blurb reads:
I can't recall the C's at any point talking about Genghis, so it would certainly seem premature, and frankly wrong from my perspective, to say he is someone who went to the 4D STS realm. From what data does one make that conclusion?