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After the Martians collapsed the Atlantean way of life, the Naacals didn't know what to do. They asked for help from the highest conscious beings in our universe, and they received a potential solution. If it could pull it off, we would become something incredibly new and different in the universe. If we did not, we would not survive. Our entire planet was walking a very thin line.

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Twitter - @itsjordand
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/p ages/Spirit-Science/21023 8862349944?ref=ts

Flower of Life books - http://www.2shared.com/fi le/iWmQem1a/Flower_of_Lif e_PDFs.html
See page 104 Volume 1 for this portion of the Human History Story!

Birthing of a New Humanity
http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=-L96rRtmt9E

Planetary Crystalline Grid
http://www.childrenofthes un.org/index.php?option=c om_content&view=article..
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Cayce's channelings
http://www.edgarcayce.org /are/ancient_mysteries.as px?id=2071

Bermuda Triangle
http://en.wikipedia.org/w iki/Bermuda_Triangle

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GungaDGungaD

Rated 1 / 5 stars July 26, 2011

More Poor Science

As mentioned before, I'm concerned that you are passing off theories as accepted, when the reality is oherwise. The Bermuda Triangle is a great example, and you touch on this in this video. Lloyds of London (amongst other insurers who provide coverage to cargo ships) has done studies on the area, to determine if any type of sea/air transport is at a greater risk of loss. Their researchers found that this region of the ocean is no more or less dangerous than any other. The U.S. Navy recognizes that the area has strong currents, but is otherwise not a region that poses any danger. The "Bermuda Triangle" theory stems mainly from one book by Charles Bertz, and the "research" that went into that book has been thoroughly debunked, including many errors in the coordinates of ships and aircraft that have been lost and relying on works of fiction as valid data sources. Most of the books written since then that purport to present "research" do not present research at all. They represent "communal reenforcement" by merely restating the claims of previous writers. What is untrue becomes "accepted" because it is repeated often enough.

You always ask the viewer to keep an open mind. I would suggest you do the same by using a critical eye to look at the uncritical research you cite. Though your flashes are relatively harmless, I can offer the example of Andrew Wakefield as a harmful example of communal reenforcement. While clinicians and researchers debunked his work and found fatal flaws with it relatively early on, enough inept researchers and others who were unqualified regurgitated his claims as valid, causing more people to view his findings about autisim and vaccinations as valid. Not only did this result in a great number of people pursing therapies that were ineffectual at the least and harmful at the most, but it also diverted resources away from the pursuit of more valid avenues of study. Even now, with Wakefield's work having been fully debunked, many people still believe it to be valid, simply because it has been aped over and over and over again.

As I said in an earlier review, if you are going to present this as informative, follow accepted guidelines for doing so. Present ALL research into your claim, whether it be supporitive or dismissive. By omitting the complete body of evidence to focus only on a narrow portion which supports your worldview, you are practicing some of the same narrow-minded science you have been critical of in earlier flashes. Or to put it more bluntly, if you were a grad student of mine presenting this as valid work, I would give you a failing grade, for reasons cited here and in my previous review. Hence the low score given to your flash.


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LuckerlukeLuckerluke

Rated 0 / 5 stars July 30, 2011

This is what scientology actul believes in....

HOLY crap how about some more facts and less SciFi??? I mean your previous episodes had some BIG logical holes in them but this is just ridiculous nonsense since "Human History" X-D Im amazed that you still get this much positive review.....
I Think Einstein was right "There are only 2 things that are infinite. The Universe and the Human stupidity... but im not completely sure about one of them." ( or something like that) But Good job to prove the stupidity part ;-)
(and i watched all of your episodes laughed my ass of and are now prepared for every new age Idiot to rip his logic apart :-) know your Foe!!!!!!)
I stop watching now i Know you try to belittle my comment go ahead you are nuts im going to bash on some other religous Nutheads now cu all
oh yeah just one last thing i studied Chemistry and know how the world ticks if you want to GO STUDIE SCIENCE ( the real one). Sorry for the Bad english...



JonSaskawanJonSaskawan

Rated 0 / 5 stars July 27, 2011

no thank you.

i think being spiritual (not so much religious) can be a good thing (i'm a little spritual myself) but this is just bad, you're pulling stuff from nowhere and feeding people misinformation. you guys wanna be spiritual, there are better and more truthful ways than this! This guy said it all...

"It is ironic how in a world like ours, where everything is combining and borrowing from each other, this is just bringing together the worst of both sides. religion and logic.
Religion is a belief in something that isn't fact, that without proof, something can be real enough for you. Which is a very special thing.
Logic, is connecting the dots between points of proof, and creating an answer out of that process. Which is also a very special thing.
This 'spirit science' has the worst of both. It creates the leap of faith between all these points of proof. Just because you can do that doesn't mean it's actually true. You're abusing faith and you are abusing logic, and worst of all... you're lecturing it as if you're right. As if you've had an immaculate realization. Although, if anything, you've been fucking scammed. intellectually and spiritually. Which is the worst kind of scam.
The punchline is your response to the comment below. to quote you:
"i'm not telling you to join any religion or follow any group. I'm telling you that you're in control, you have the power"
You have the power to believe that THIS is how it all works? That's not power. To conclude my point, I think it's alright to believe whatever you want and to express it.
But if what you are looking for is an answer to why we're here and trying to have other people believe that same answer, then you got it all wrong.
The truth is, if there is an answer out there for us, we're years and years away from it. For now, stop cramming this down people's throats like a homework assignment and stop clouding yourself with arrogance, and giving even more people a reason to be arrogant about something that's absolutely bullshit.
p.s. i give you points for how well constructed your video explanation is. but you're too focused on facts. and facts change all the time, just as much as beliefs. if not, more."

what i think is that people should find their own spirituality. this'll be rated as useless, whatever, just hear this out folks!


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JordanD responds:

Ehh, you say I'm pulling things from nowhere but you haven't seen my sources. You tell me I'm making horrible connections between things that I've studied and you have never heard of. Don't be so quick to judge, the truth is in your heart waiting for you to rediscover it. Only if your willing to look