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The Napikwan
Hunting Blind

Fard’s problem with color is meaningless. But something strange happen in the time which Ron spoke about, when brown met white in ancient America. Who the hell were the Napikwan? Humanity has come close to being snuffed out more than science can prove. We need to incorporate intuition and perception—I can feel it. This is the realm of quantum physics and mechanics—the unknown but intuited.

This near extinction event was over 10,000 years ago. I would like to see more research done on this period.

I abhor the “who did this who did that” line of inquiry—batting the idea and assertion of truth back and forth instead of looking for the truth. The answers are out there, in the Cosmos, the Universe but we remain asinine apes. All races and religions have different pieces of the puzzle and should contribute—fat chance right?


Ishmael, I will be tagging your stuff under Hunter/Gatherer. In the mean time, your line of inquiry seems to be in sync with Randall Carlson and Graham Hancock, who are both interviewed in the link below concerning what has traditionally been called the Younger Dryass Event. Personally, I’d like to see these guys look into the big Peruvian heads.

He: Gilgamesh: Into the Face of Time

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Sam J.August 22, 2016 1:44 AM UTC

I've seen this before it's great. I think it was linked off of one of the Joe Rogan links you posted.

If you like this sort of stuff there's more supporting information. The inner coastal waterway goes all the way up the continent of North America. Where did it come from? It looks like it was built long ago. Here's one of many sites on this. It extremely interesting.

As for the melonheads I believe that they built this stuff. I also believe they were psychopaths. They seemed to have great technology but never really made anything of it. They never moved to higher complexity. Just fancy stone work, canals and stuff like that. Psychopaths tend to want power and aren't driven like a normal person with curiosity or so I believe. If you look at the Aztecs they practiced head binding. So they could look like the melonheads maybe? I think the sacrifices started with the melonheads and after they died out continued.

What happened to the melonheads? I think that either a disease that struck them but not the norms came around or people revolted after some of the cataclysmic set backs and killed them. In Peru where there's a LOT of these melonheads in a small area they seem to be hastily buried. That makes me think disease. Let's say they start dying off and they've been ripping people's hearts out for a long time. The people realize they're not all powerful and the next thing you know they're dead meat. As freaky as they look I can see them having a hard time surviving with no medical care. Some of the children must have been C sectioned. Lose that tech and the Women all die giving birth.

Now a little very far out thinking. The Jews have a religion that says everything is theirs and everyone is their slave. A large number are no doubt psychopathic and excel in manipulating people. Many of the leader types have slanted front skulls with protrusions in the back. Like a smaller mellonhead. Combine that with the fact that these skulls tend to disappear or evidence on them is completely ignored. Maybe the Jews are their ancestors. That's why they have such contempt and hatred for normal humans. We took their world away. Could their Women have died off due to the lack of medical care after the disaster so they hybridized with normal Females creating the Jews.

Every since I learned about the Jews I've found that what is not covered is just as important as what they push all the time. The melonheads are a huge mystery so why aren't anthropologist racing to find out what these people are? It like a Doctor found the cure for cancer and no one paid any attention and made fun of him every time it was mentioned. That the melonheads in Peru are not from binding is shown by the baby they have in the museum. It has the same melonhead yet it's a baby. No time for the head to be shaped. They're born that way. Of course the whole thing could be a big lie and made up but I don't see anyone looking to see if this is true. They just ignore it.
Jeremy BenthamAugust 21, 2016 10:45 PM UTC

See the movie "When Worlds Collide" (1951). Take note of the people who are selected to ride in the space ark. LOL!
Max HainAugust 20, 2016 1:13 PM UTC

About 6,000 years ago, the Sumerians said that a cosmic bowling ball comes through the inner solar system about every 3,600 years. They called it Niburu and said it was a huge planet with numerous moons. If they were right, it is due thru sometime this century. They claimed that it caused major damage and almost destroyed the earth every time it came through. A small side effect was destroying whatever civilization existed and killing most of the people.

It actually seems to be a burnt-out dwarf stat with attendant planets that was captured by our star, Sol, and follows an eliptical orbit, like the orbit of a comet. According to the Sumerians, it is especially dangerous because it follows an orbit counter to the orbital direction of the other planets. So when it comes thru, it crosses the orbits of the other planets and can really close. Niburu and its planets have so much mass, they can damage the other planets thru gravitational attraction.The Sumerian clay tablets have been deciphered and numerous books about them are available on Amazon.

Velikovsky's book "Worlds in Collision" is a retelling of historical records of what happens when the big bowling ball comes through the inner solar system.

In "The Book of the Hopi", oral historians recount Hopi claims that the earth has been destroyed 5 times, but the few remaining survivors managed to repopulate afterward.

On the website, you can read an entire book explaining the mechanism of the worldwide flood. He explains very well, without resorting to religious doctrine, what happened once the outer layer of the Earth was ripped. Go to "Worlds in Collision" to see why it ruptured.
IshmaelAugust 20, 2016 12:36 PM UTC

James, great podcast, WoW, I swear on a stack of liver eating journals, never watched this before, maybe I drank to much cough syrup that night!