14 Apr

Adam’s Pyramids

adam's pyramidsOn the edge of a steep and grassy cliff plateau, near the end of the world, lies one of the most fascinating and potentially oldest megalithic sites in the world – Adam’s Calendar in South Africa. While it’s a known archaeological site, there is a lesser known visual landmark from this windy plateau-top which some venture to speculate on – they call them Adam’s Pyramids.

adams calendarThe site of Adam’s Calendar itself is a legit megalithic site, drawing researches from all over the globe. The current claim is that it’s much older than Stonehenge, by at least 70,000 years. Although, to the scoffing mainstream archaeologists, the question of age is up in the air because there is no way to carbon date anything at the site so far. This determination of age is purely speculative by researcher Michael Tellinger. Nonetheless, regardless of how old it is or isn’t, the site is beyond fascinating with its pinnacles of singing stone and calendar-like layout. Likely a rich adventure with Remote Viewing, but… this project does not aim to deal with Adam’s Calendar, instead we focus on what appear to be pyramidal structures seen from the site – Adam’s Pyramids.

In the hazy distance, through the heat wave distortions you can apparently spy two shapes, miles away. There are rumors, suggestions, and innuendo that these are in fact ancient pyramids, constructed by some long gone race of beings associated with Adam’s Calendar. The site of Adam’s Pyramids itself is also rumored to be fenced off, and as far as I know, no pyramid claimant has investigated the location on foot.

That’s where we come in.

There was a question asked of us, as to who built them – the basic assumption from the questioner is that they were a creation by “someone”. There is a pervasive ideological platform being pushed forward about this area, and it has to do with the work of Zecharia Sitchin. In his book, the 12th Planet, he interprets ancient Sumerian Tablets and comes to the conclusion that humans were enslaved by a race of beings called the Annunaki. As their planet transited near Earth’s orbit, they would come here, do a bit of gold mining… a bit of enslavement, etc… The belief that took hold here, from the calendar to the “pyramids”, was that is was created by the Annunaki. We (and I) are not one to assume anything, and while those are fascinating to ponder, I can say that I have absolutely no idea about them, and have not used RV to suss them out.

Because we can’t assume they are made by humans or anyone else, we need to start at the beginning, and that point is their beginning. How were they made?

The basic tasking for the Remote Viewers: “Describe how these landforms, currently known as “Adam’s Pyramids” were formed – so we can understand if they are a purely natural creation or an artificial construction.”

The assumption here is that the data back will either follow the line of a construction process coming together by lifeforms, or descriptions of a geologic process. If the data is suggestive of construction, then there are a lot of different directions we can go. One of the foremost is me getting on a plane to find a way in!

The Data on Adam’s Pyramids:

The Viewer, “RVT”, starts the session off with a flat land surface and describes it as – grey, flat, quiet, empty, rough, arid and dry.

As this session moves forward, there are descriptions of a lonely and large land surface where there is no energy, and mostly devoid of life. The life RVT does pick up on is very rudimentary and simple in nature. RVT also has an over-arching concept that there is some outside observation from far away on these simple organisms. Overall, this session moves along with the Viewer trying to find that “thing” which has some relevancy to the objective. With a lot of, “not much happening here”, and “it’s like watching grass grow” statements, you can tell right away that this may go the route of “not everything is something”.

Another Viewer, Coyote, begins by describing earthen layers compacted into the ground and very dense, but in a localized area under a mound. The area, like RVT’s, is a very large expanse of land, and also like RVT’s data, there are rudimentary lifeforms in this session. Coyote describes them as ancient “snails” and urchins in water, while RVT writes of algae. The water they reside in, washes back and forth, up against the land form, wearing it away.

A sketch from Coyote:

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The Viewer Whale Rider begins by describing bubbles and channels where water flows. Then states: “With a massive amount of pressure, there is a feeling of expungement and friction here as two sides press on each other.” This is very much akin to Coyote’s downward pressure and water. In fact Coyote also describes the layers under the land form as being different than the land surrounding it. “Much harder and like a pillar that goes deep into the ground.” This adds more perspective on Whale Rider’s description of pressure on two sides, and the resulting expungement. It’s as though landmasses on either side squeezed these into mountain/pyramid shapes.

There was an interesting tidbit of information coming from both RVT and Coyote. As mentioned previously, RVT had a sense of something watching over, and it concerned the life forms he picked up in his session. Coyote had the same idea with the statement that there was a – “big expansive consciousness (paraphysical in nature) watching over”. Perhaps it was a protective force of some sort in order to let life evolve? A creator of some sort?

So, overall, I would surmise from the data that these forms were were basically squeezed into existence by the surrounding landmasses and then shaped by water moving around them over millions of years, and nothing created by the hands of physical beings. Also, given the simple lifeforms around, I would guess this happened a very very long time ago.

So there you have it… Geological Remote Viewing at its finest. RVT – “It’s like watching grass grow.”

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