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EXPOSED: Vatican REMOVED & BANNED This From the BIBLE! (Book of Enoch & More) | Paul Wallis

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The video explores ancient texts like the Book of Enoch, discussing themes of extraterrestrial contact and human origins. It touches on flood narratives, advanced civilizations, and genetic engineering in ancient times. The discussion expands to modern advancements, AI ethics, human potential, and the evolution of consciousness. Plato's theories on consciousness and Atlantis are explored, along with megalithic discoveries. The importance of love, unity, and curiosity for a harmonious future is emphasized. The video concludes with a call to continue exploring these topics for awakening and growth.

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The Book of Enoch: Ancient Text Reveals Close Encounters and Extraterrestrial Beings.
Anomalies in the Bible led the speaker to explore ancient contacts by translating root meanings of key words.
The Book of Enoch, excluded from the Bible, contains mysterious themes and survived through the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.
Omitted from the Bible due to challenging themes for Imperial Christianity, the book offers a complex worldview with anomalous information hinting at close encounters with extraterrestrial beings.
The watchers in the book observe Earth and eventually breed with humans, providing a unique perspective on ancient events and civilizations.
The importance of understanding ancient texts within a broader context.
The impact on human origins and potential.
Challenging traditional timelines and beliefs.
Encouraging exploration of Hebrew original texts for deeper insights.
Discussion on human evolution, archaeological evidence, and coexistence of multiple human species in the past.
Ancient stories from indigenous cultures worldwide revolve around sky gods and external interventions by advanced beings.
Common themes of beings coming from the sky are found in Sumerian, Babylonian, Akkadian, and Assyrian texts.
Narratives in the Bible, including Eden, Babel, and Adam and Eve, are connected to these ancient stories.
The stories are not about gods but rather about sky people, Anunnaki, or advanced beings.
The widespread presence of these narratives across different cultures indicates a belief in extraterrestrial interventions.
Importance of ancient narratives in storytelling evolution.
Ancient cultures valued storytelling, carving stories into stone or clay.
Spanish conquest in Central and South America led to destruction of Mayan texts and libraries.
Traditional knowledge in folkloric stories can challenge conventional historical narratives.
Indigenous knowledge has survived through history despite suppression efforts.
Traditional stories were condemned as witchcraft by Christian empires but were preserved by indigenous cultures.
Despite burning literature and banning books, indigenous cultures maintained their stories for generations.
Stories serve as cultural memory, resonating with people and carefully passed down through strict protocols.
Contemporary stories, such as those in the Marvel Universe, also hold resonance due to their beauty and preservation.
Ancient wisdom is prevalent in modern movies, drawing from Plato, stoicism, and Sumerian stories.
The common theme of wild humans being civilized by sophisticated figures is found in various cultures.
The Epic of Gilgamesh, the oldest written story, depicts a similar narrative of a primitive human evolving through exposure to new experiences.
Joseph Campbell's hero's journey is a universal human experience reflected in storytelling and filmmaking.
Storytellers and filmmakers have long recognized and incorporated these universal themes into their works.
Flood narratives in creation stories from various cultures around the world share similarities.
The Epic of Gilgamesh and the Bible both feature stories of a flooded world being rehabilitated.
The Noah story in the Bible is compared to versions in other ancient texts, indicating a shared cultural memory.
These narratives blend remembered and forgotten elements, reflecting a universal theme of survival.
The concept of a significant flood event leading to the rehabilitation of the world is a common theme in different traditions.
Interpretation of ancient flood stories.
The discussion questions the origins and significance of ancient flood stories in conveying memories through generations.
Possibility of cyclical extinction events.
References to geological evidence supporting periodic catastrophes throughout human history.
Fragility of modern society compared to past civilizations.
Emphasis on potential vulnerability in the face of technological dependence.
Layered nature of ancient narratives.
Presence of megalithic remains predating known historical periods.
Advanced technology and ancient civilizations in the Amazon and Bhagavad Gita.
Ground penetration radar, soil magnetization technology, and lidar are used to uncover ancient cities in the Amazon, comparable to those in Europe during the common era.
Nature quickly reclaims lost civilizations in the jungle, highlighting the fleeting nature of human structures.
The Bhagavad Gita, an ancient text, describes blue-skinned beings with advanced technology, similar to biblical narratives.
The Vedic tradition openly discusses ancient technology and warfare, suggesting the existence of advanced civilizations predating known history.
The Vedic texts describe a populated universe with advanced technology and contrast with the Catholic Church's suppression of such ideas.
Giordano Bruno was burned alive for suggesting the existence of populated planets outside of Earth.
The integration of global perspectives can offer valuable insights into ancient myths and stories.
Archaeological discoveries, like the uncovering of Troy, are validating mythological tales.
Human consciousness is evolving, leading to increased curiosity and a new generation of thinkers challenging traditional beliefs and institutions.
Growing curiosity among all generations to question traditional beliefs and explore new ideas.
Advancements in technology, such as LIDAR, enabling the discovery of unknown archaeological sites.
Interest in uncovering the truth behind ancient texts and historical discoveries.
Discussion on the possibility of genetic modification by ancient civilizations like the Anunnaki.
Questions raised about the unique traits and limitations of humans compared to other species.
Rapid progression of human evolution and our fit in the ecosystem.
Vulnerability and lack of adaptation to the environment highlighted, with gaps in scientific and religious explanations for human existence.
Exploration of external interventions in human development, suggesting assistance in human consciousness and intelligence but also increased vulnerability.
Reference to ancient stories and Mayan mythology to support the concept of genetic engineering and common ancestry with apes.
The segment explores the connection between DNA research, ancient stories, and longevity.
Differences between humans and primates at a genetic level may impact human lifespan.
Ancient narratives suggest a cap on human longevity at around 120 years.
An experiment with underwater living and its impact on telomeres hints at a link to increased oxygen levels.
The segment explores the impact of genetic engineering and atmospheric changes on human populations.
Historical examples of leaded fuel harming children's health are compared to current concerns about AI development.
Emphasis is placed on the necessity of a clean atmosphere for overall health and longevity.
The discussion raises awareness about the potential risks of creating conscious artificial intelligence and stresses the importance of responsible AI usage.
The segment adds depth by drawing parallels to stories of the Anunnaki and their methods of creation.
Applications of brain chips in aiding people with paralysis and support for Elon Musk's human-machine interface technology.
Emphasis on the importance of intelligent use of AI and technology, along with concerns about moral and ethical implications of technological advancements.
Discussion of ancient stories of contact and consciousness, drawing parallels with modern encounters with UAPs and UFOs.
Highlighting Department of Defense personnel's observations of piloted craft behaving like animals rather than controlled objects.
The segment explores the concept of human potential and the evolution of consciousness.
Our ancestors are believed to have possessed superior abilities such as remote viewing, pre-cognition, self-healing, empathy, and telepathy.
A harmonious society existed when individuals could understand and feel each other's thoughts and emotions.
Activating these higher cognitive abilities is seen as crucial for human progress.
There is interest in the idea of superpowers and unlocking untapped capabilities within the human brain.
Plato's belief in consciousness preceding the material universe and the creation of the cosmos.
Plato viewed the cosmos as harmonious, posing moral questions and emphasizing harmony, love, and intelligence.
The universe raises the question of whether harmony can exist within a material cosmos of free agents.
Plato's concept of a prior advanced civilization, such as Atlantis, is rooted in ancient texts and Egyptian priesthood.
The global significance of the story of Atlantis, as a concept that should be taken seriously.
Speculation about Atlantis and submerged megalithic cities.
Plato's detailed account of Atlantis potentially aligns with a civilization predating the Ice Age.
Ancient texts suggest a cyclical pattern of civilizations rising and falling over tens of thousands of years.
Plato's insights into cycles, altered states of consciousness, and contacts with other realms.
Emphasis on the interconnectedness of human existence and the importance of curiosity and learning for a fulfilled life.
Importance of enjoying life and not worrying excessively.
Evolving definition of God as a source of interconnectedness and unity.
Love as a community expression and the ultimate purpose of life being to learn love.
World peace achievable through countries acting out of love instead of fear.
Encouragement to explore the speaker's work through books and online channels.
Paul expresses gratitude for being on the show and acknowledges the importance of awakening the planet.
He thanks Alex for the opportunity and mentions it has been a pleasure.
The video concludes with a call to action for viewers to continue their journey by watching other videos.
Viewers are encouraged to subscribe to the channel for more content.