The other dream of the planet
One global people, living in harmony, free (clean) energy...
Don’t Know Much About History
According to the dream of the planet,1 from 1619 onward various ethnic groups or nations came rushing across the seas to claim this previously undiscovered continent.
These groups were hellbent on eradicating or enslaving one another, of course, because that’s just what happens on Planet Earth. “That’s life, that’s what all the people say.”
Within 150 years or so, the white folk won out. They eradicated the Native Americans and enslaved the African immigrants. Then, after taking a break to free themselves from their white kin across the ocean, they expanded across the continent, building an amazing civilization in an amazingly short time.
A Thought Experiment
Now, take one minute and do a thought experiment with me. Ready?
Imagine you discovered one day that almost everything about this narrative was false. Imagine you discovered instead that for hundreds of years, maybe much longer, there was a unified people made of many ethnicities living in the Americas. African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Caucasian-Americans, Native Americans: all living in harmony. They had the technology to tap into and distribute clean energy from the atmosphere in ways we still don’t know how to replicate.
Long ago, this one-world civilization possessed the technology to build incredibly beautiful buildings, cities, and star forts. We call these buildings — which exist in the same style all around the world — “cathedrals” and “observatories” and “museums” and “Capitols.”
These beautiful structures seem to have been central to this civilization’s ability to tap and harness and distribute their clean, basically free energy.
If you knew this story was just as likely (or even much more likely) to be true than the history we learned in school, would that change how you feel about your life?
Would it open your mind to the possibilities inherent in what feels like a global collapse of civilization as we knew it?
Would it change the amount of faith you invest into the narratives propagated by the current ruling order and their media companies?
If you take a minute or two to imagine and wonder, and wonder why, you’d be exactly where I’m at.
Lost American History
I want to share two Jon Levi videos with you. I like Jon because he’s droll, he’s real, he doesn’t claim to know it all or be an expert. And he asks a lot of interesting questions.
I’m not going to tell you I believe the narrative Jon and others are weaving together on YouTube, Odysee, Rumble and BitChute videos is 100 percent correct.
But I have known since childhood that the true nature of the realm is all races living in harmony, with freedom and abundance for all. I’ve always known in my heart that free, clean energy is real and that if we threw off our overlords and their information-hoarding and resource-controlling systems, we could quickly rediscover how to access and share it.
In the first video, Jon looks at Olmec statues from 3500 years ago and wonders why they look like African-Americans and examines photos of Civil War wreckage and wonders why it looks like Charleston was nuked when we are told the damage was the result of cannonballs:
In the second video, he looks at monumental stone buildings in Salt Lake City and questions whether its monumentally grand architectural landmarks could have been built by the pioneers in just a few years.
What do you think?
Which I talk about more in this post: