1. Frankie Calcutta

    The Egyptians stated that we came from the stars and to the stars we return when we die.

    Possibly after we die the hydrogen atoms that once existed in our body, now encoded with our life experiences, float upward and return to the Sun and other stars?

    Stars as karmic processing stations?

  2. Yes Robert the intergalactic conglomerate Momt Satan known under it various alilais El,Eloheim,Yahweh and Allah and others we don’t know. We are all it toys to play with.

  3. ” Our atoms are six billion years old. We’ve got six billion years of memory in our minds. Memory is energy. It doesn’t disappear. It’s still in there. There’s a physiological pathway to our earlier consciousness. There has to be, and I’m tellin you it’s in the damned limbic system! We have got millions of years stored away in that computer bank we call our minds. We have got trillions of dormant genes in us…our whole evolutionary path. Perhaps I’ve tapped into that.”~ Dr. Ed Jessup ( played by William Hurt )
    From Paddy Chayefsky’s ” Altered States “

    1. “We have got millions of years stored away in that computer bank we call our minds”- not just in our minds- the Aerospace Institute in Stuttgart, Germany proved in the early ’90s that water has memory (one can see this on YouTube)- if every human cell in our body is 70%+ water it means that memory is stored throughout the body- explains so many things; why amputees can still feel the limb for a life time and why organ transplant recipients can sometimes take on some of the traits of the doners-

      and chances are we have the memories of our ancestors locked away in every cell in our body, not just in our brains

  4. the comments to this article were, well, amusing- never ceases to amaze me how narrow-minded the masses choose to be because they embrace their own mental rut-

    I think this article doesn’t even scratch the surface of possibilities

  5. Robert Barricklow

    Taking a galatic dystopian point of view,
    could an intergaltic conglomerate, Mont Satan,
    be seeding the galaxies?

    1. Or maybe this is just the biological remnants of blown-up planets strewn across space?

      Sort of kidding . . .

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