Human origin dates according to RA
01-15-2020, 04:17 PM,
Human origin dates according to RA
According to the RA material, it says third density existence or beings with human forms on earth started around 75000 years ago. However, archaeological evidence has dated the earliest H. sapien remains from Morocco to be about 300000 years old (dating can be considered quite precise because the material is organic in nature). This is a serious anomaly! Any thoughts on this?

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01-16-2020, 03:36 AM,
RE: Human origin dates according to RA
I think we need to consider the possibility that the late 2nd density "humans" that would become us were physically very close, if not indistinguishable, from the early 3rd density ones. I can't remember the details, but I once heard Graham Hancock say that there was a huge period of lack of development in the things that humans created until about 60,000 years ago, and that at that point there was a huge explosion that can't be explained by science in terms of what and how much humans created. In fact, if you make a quick Google search for "first human paintings", it says that these are only 30,000 years old. Painting is exactly the kind of thing that is in line with these words of Ra's:

Quote:The third-density mind was capable of processing information in such a way as to think abstractly and in what could be termed “useless” ways, in the sense of survival. This is the primary requisite.

Quote:The entity becomes slowly aware that it has needs, shall we say, that are not animalistic; that is, that are useless for survival. These needs include: the need for companionship, the need for laughter, the need for beauty, the need to know the universe about it. These are the beginning needs.

So, I don't think these remains being found that date later than 75,000 years ago were proper 3rd density entities, not in terms of having the capacity for the kind of abstract thought that allows self-awareness.

Also, since it's partly related to this subject, I believe that before, life on Earth was considered to have begun about 3.5 billion years ago. However, this date keeps keeping pushed back, and nowadays it's believed that it was about 4.3 billion years ago, moving it closer and closer to Ra's statement that our 2nd density begun 4.6 billion years ago.

Quote:In May 2017 scientists found possible evidence of early life on land in 3.48-billion-year-old geyserite and other related mineral deposits (often found around hot springs and geysers) uncovered in the Pilbara Craton of Western Australia.[37][38][39][40] However, a number of discoveries suggest that life may have appeared on Earth even earlier. As of 2017, microfossils, or fossilised microorganisms, within hydrothermal-vent precipitates dated from 3.77 to 4.28 billion years old found in rocks in Quebec may harbour the oldest record of life on Earth, suggesting life started soon after ocean formation 4.4 billion years ago.[1][2][41][42][43]

I find amazing that this information is only from 2017, and that Ra was saying things in line with this almost 40 years ago:

Quote:Second density is more easily estimated and represents your longest density in terms of the span of space/time. We may estimate that time as approximately 4.6 billion years. These approximations are exceedingly rough due to the somewhat uneven development which is characteristic of creations which are built upon the foundation stone of free will.
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