Kiri On Atlantis and the Aftermath


As a help to those of you who might not have read earlier transcripts concerning Atlantis, we have been informed that Atlantis was settled from Sirius some 100,000 years by seven different races who were working together to build a Utopia. This session describes the distribution of them on the island and what became of them after. As a visual guide, refer to this map to show you Atlantis as shown through many different sources and confirmed by Omal. A close up shows the continent split up in the four sections as described below.

Kiri; Hey dude.
Russ; Hi Dudette, how's it going?
Kiri; It's going fine.
R; So anyway, we're working on this evening pythagoren geometry and astronomy.
Kiri; Oh cool.
R; The question is in regards to Stonehenge and the other megalithic sites throughout Europe.
Kiri; Cool.
R; Now, according to what I'm reading here, the ancient builders of Stonehenge and these megaliths had an Einstienian knowledge of pythagoren geometry way before Pythagorus was even born. Also they had a knowledge of astronomy that would take almost telescopes and computers to figure out the exact alignments that they came up with.
Kiri; Which are accurate.
R; Which are very accurate. So that only leaves one explanation on where this science came from...
Kiri; Uh Hmm.
R; Which would be Atlantis.
Kiri; Uh Hmm...
R; My theory on this is that the reason the knowledge came through so clearly is that it came from one particular race of beings who left Atlantis and settled in the Northern part of England.
Kiri; I think we covered that?
R; We have but we haven't covered it from this angle yet.
Kiri; OK, Let me hear you out.
R; Now when we covered it last, we covered the fact that the group in question were the miners of Atlantis.
Kiri; Some of them, yes.
R; Some of them who left and settled in parts of Scandinavia and parts of Britain. Now at the time, all we discussed about them then was that they continued their mining's. We still have relics of those basic archeological relics or for their part, mines today.
Kiri; Uh Hmm.
R; Now in this respect we're seeing a whole other level of science added on to that to where mining is not even involved.
Kiri; Yes it is.
R; Well true, but besides this, this wasn't strictly their work?
Kiri; No.
R; It seems like it goes beyond that to something that is more Sirian.
Kiri; Well you've got to remember that you're dealing with a group of individuals that have to know mathematics and geometry. Why?
R; To work out structures and their basic weak points, strong points of holes they're digging in the ground.
Kiri; And the shafts that they're digging and how to shore up the shafts and so on. You have to have a very sophisticated level of engineering and a very high understanding of mathematics. So that's where the geometry comes in because certain shapes have certain strengths and certain strengths can be used for safety. After all you have to remember that if a group of miners get trapped underground, they have to be able to go to a safe area where they can work out and a relief party can work in. Otherwise they end up dead very quickly. To minimize fall ins and cave ins and so on, you've got to know the certain structures to be able to create an area where there is less of a chance of a cave in.
R; Yes well that doesn't include the astronomy part and that's where this second group comes in.
Kiri; Uh Hmm. From what I understand it was not just the mining groups that ended up there.
R; It seems to be they were working with other races from the Atlantean community. What I don't get is that the astronomy came in so that they could regulate the timing of solar eclipses, the start of the seasons for the growth of crops throughout the different parts of the year. The building part definitely aids in that. The question I've got is in the movement of the stones. What we're seeing here is the same kind of design we saw with the great pyramid, using psycho kinesis to maneuver the stones into place from rock quarries a hundred and thirty miles away and place them with the exactness they did.
Kiri; Well if you look at where the rocks supposedly came from right, which is where?
R; Well according to this book, the blue stones came from a Welsh quarry a hundred and thirty miles northwest of Salisbury Plain. The Sarscen slabs were brought from the Malbough Downs, about twenty miles north of the site. Since wheeled vehicles were unknown during the time of Stonehege's construction, long distance transportation of these rocks was the most astonishing feats that were accredited to it's builders.
Kiri; Now, what is Wales famous for?
R; Mining?
Kiri; Yes.
R; Is that like the saying coals from Newcastle?
Kiri; I don't know.
R; Well it's not my country.
Kiri; Well it's not my planet, it's not even my dimension, top that one. But anyway, mining. Think about it, you're cutting blocks so what group of people would be the ideal people to be stone masons?
R; The mining race.
Kiri; Correct, you have a whole load of granite that needs cutting, what do you do? You go to the locals who happen to be miners and you ask them to cut it for you. So you have two groups of individuals communicating.
R; Well if you look at this picture, (no picture) this is some artifacts that were found at the site which attributed to the Myceneans which led scholars to believe that the Greeks possibly built Stonehenge which we know is not true, we know where that came from actually. It is Mycenean in style but the Mycenean borrowed that design from somewhere else themselves.
Kiri; And we know where that is?
R; So we know that after looking at these relics and how the stones were moved and who cut them, we're kind of getting a clearer picture of how they were built, why they were built but that leads us into the next problem which is, where's the rest of it? Is that it? A few trinkets, Stonehenge and a bunch of megaliths and that's it?
Kiri; No, we have mines, we have power grids.....
R; Leylines?
Kiri; Right.....
R; We have mounds.
Kiri; Uh Hmm, which a majority of are tombs. Don't forget Glastonbury Tor, which is a very spiritual pathway and a junction for a few leylines.
R; Oh yeah. So we're seeing now that there is a pattern and we could say that these are the founders of Britain. Another clue is that there are some out of 50,000 megalithic sites, the greatest concentrations and in Western Europe, North Africa, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, France, Scandinavia and Algeria. But this doesn't mention the other end of that spectrum, Greece, Egypt, well I guess that's North Africa with it's obilisks......
Kiri; Totally different, totally different group of individuals. Communication between them, certainly. All heading towards one goal which I haven't got the foggiest of what it would be after a great disaster, probably survival and communication.
R; Well here's the whole topper for all of this. If you look around the world after the fall of Atlantis, you see sites set up all around the world that individually they're unique to that part of the world but if you group them all together what you're seeing is Atlantis on a larger scale.
Kiri; Yes, it's many Atlantis'.
R; Right, you have to take the whole globe....
Kiri; And bring it together and you get...
R; One large continent.
Kiri; It's more than that, you're getting parts of a city, a capital city brought back together. This is my opinion and my opinion only, you've got the miners and the agriculturalists end up scattered all over the place. The vast concentration is in Europe. You have a group of miners and agriculturalists that end up together right? They try to recreate their area. Because if you take mining, it takes rock and sterile stuff out of the ground which can be put on the ground to be used as fertilizer and all sorts of interesting things. Lime for example and so on which is good for the ground. So the miners and the agriculturalists would tend to exist together. So you have these two groups working together on Atlantis, they escape and a large group of them that end up in Europe and scattered all over Europe are still grouped together because they're running for the boats as the islands going down and whatever so you're going to get a mixture of them together.
R; You're also seeing a bunch of those miners going off to Egypt.
Kiri; Uh Hmm.
R; Some of that work in Egypt was beyond awesome. The Sphinx for example.
Kiri; Of course, but you see what I'm saying?
R; Absolutely, but the Sphinx is so different from Stonehenge as to be from two different cultures. So there you're seeing the miners working with a different group.....
Kiri; Catering to the different group.
R; I would almost call it a higher class. It's not so much agriculturalists as it is aristocracy.
Kiri; That's right. You're dealing with a group of individuals in Europe that are agriculturalists and miners.....
R; Who have to know the seasons......
Kiri; Very important for them. You see, one cannot exist without the other.
R; So in other words they could trade off their agricultural goods for the mine work they receive to chart the seasons?
Kiri; Correct. In Egypt where it's an almost year round harvesting type thing, and a different type of lifestyle, you don't need to have such a high reliance of the seasons. It's basically two seasons, drought and rain. But you have things to store the grain and food in.
R; They're almost scientists.
Kiri; Uh Hmm.
R; If you look at the pyramid you're seeing a lot of mathematical precision, work with astronomy.
Kiri; The mathematics come with the mining, the astronomy and alignments come with the aristocracy. It might be better to say that there were two main groups that survived. There were also the affluent miners and the affluent farmers. More ended up in Egypt but some ended up in Europe. Not as many farmers ended up in Egypt as opposed to the aristocracy which shows you what about the island? If you look at Atlantis, you could divide it into four sections and see what I mean better. Now, where are the most concentrations of miners and farmers?
R; The Northeastern side.
Kiri; Correct. Now the capital city was more in the Southeastern side. Which gives you more of the aristocracy and so on with a few miners.
R; Now the American Indians came from the Northwest side of the island and the Mayans from the Southwest side.
Kiri; Correct.
R; So that would be the red skinned race, but why that side of the island?
Kiri; Because it was more like home for them. More grasslands and forestlands in the north and more tropical in the south. Whereas on the other side of the island it is a more barren and agricultural area. So the survivors flee and you don't see many forest dwellers coming across as the island goes up. They're all leaving in the opposite direction. In essence it's an easy pattern to follow if you look at where everyone ended up.
R; It must have been though that the miners where all over the island?
Kiri; Exactly.
R; If you look at South America and Central America there is mining on a great scale. The Inca's, the Olmac's and the Mayan's all show reminders from other parts of the world. The Bimimi Wall is similar to other walls we find in Peru and Central America.
Kiri; Uh Hmm.
R; That also brings in the question of Lemuria into the picture.
Kiri; True, so it's not a complete equation there's still a lot of missing parts but we are running out of tape and we still have two speakers to go. I'll see you next time.
R; OK, take care.
Kiri; I'm outa here.


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