Noetic Sciences and other Wissenschaften
This was an interesting indeed and covered a great deal of information, but to call it a stand out presentation is going a bit far. As intelligent and knowledgeable Zecharia may have been, his presentation skills left a lot to be desired. the layout of the venue was all sqered and to not be in a position to read his own slides was apalling. Fancy asking someone in the audience to read out aloud and then not be able to hear that person anyway was terrible. The presentation lacked all the qualities of professionalism to the extent that the content loses it’s authority. To be fair he may have had to present in a venue organized by someone else, and if that is the case then that person has no idea of how to present either. If it was his chosen layout then you would have thought if there were slides that were going to be hard to see and read then he should have had copies of those in front of him.
If this is a standout presentation then I would be shocked by what standard of presentation would be considered as bad by the author who introfuces this presentation.
Further to me earlier comment, and this time in regard to some of the comments and information presented; there are a number of obvious and fatal floors in Zecharia’s presentation, the primary one is in regards to the naming of the 12th Planet book and the logic used to arrive at the name. That earth could be regarded as the seventh in relation to an inbound visit to our solar sytem, is not an issue, the issue is how the number 12 was arrived at. If we disregard the downgrading of pluto to a planetoid, we have nine planets in the solar system. If we then count Earth’s moon as a solar object we have ten objects. If we then count the Sun itself we have eleven. If we then count this ‘Other Planet on an oppossing orbit and more elyptical orbit path meaning it does not enter our solar System proper on a frequent basis, we have 12. All sounds good and reasonable doesn’t it? The crucial thing here is not the mysterious planet on the opposing direction of orbit. The crucial thing and the biggest problem here is why aren’t the moons of Jupiter and Saturn or indeed many other objects including planetoids counted as well. They would surely point to the naming of a book as the 15th Planet, the 20th Planet and so on. Can someone enlighten me?
Let us turn our attention to Nuclear Weapons being used. Zecharia states that tests for residual radiation were inconclusive. If there was a nuclear war at the time he suggests ther would be no inconclusive tests at all. If there was no such war their would at best be a nuclear radiation reading equalling the some what expected background reading at most other points on the Earth. Not with satnding the Russian and Japanese Power Generation disasters. If there was any such war there would be a clear, obvious and unambiguous residual radiation. The only time there may be a result would be similar to the stated poisounous wid which killed all living things but not destroy buuildings and structures, would be the use of a Neutron Bomb which was designed for that exact outcome. If there was the use of neutron bombs his theory breaks down at the next level. To cause the utter distruction that Zecherias desribes, then neutron bombs could not have been used.
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All you critics I don’t think Zacherias is trying to convince u that wat he presents is absolute truth in the way we understand science today. He reports what he read in the tablets and in my opinion he did it in a verry cognitive way. Of course he had to deduct stuff from his readings. And he did good. Everything he deducted would not necessary be spot on. But I get the idea that he passed on what he learned from the tablets. Thanks Zacharias. I understood what you said and it was not necessary for any special effects to covey your findings.
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