Thursday, November 15, 2012

Head Scratching Over the Daniel Papers

TIMELESS COMMENTS ON TIMELINES: Head Scratching Over the Daniel Papers

by GW Hardin

As a New York Times bestselling author, I often get to see a lot of things others don’t. Because of that I feel the need to bring in additional material to the “Daniel” papers. Reading the Daniel papers is like the trying to drink water from a fire hose. So I will limit my comments in this first response in the name of sanity as well as brevity. Depending on the reaction to this balancing act with Daniel, I may provide follow-up white papers.

In brief, I will address three areas of partial imbalance in the Daniel papers:

1.  Humanity as Sons of Slaves or Sons of God ... based on his comments in his paper on “The Uncommitted Investigator.”

2.  The Return to Timeline Zero (the “natural” timeline) as Opposed to the Ascension into Timeline Three ... based on his writings in “Time and Timelines.”

3.  “The Cavalry is Coming” Versus the David-and-Goliath Complex.

On several occasions I’ve been asked to ghostwrite or co-write books regarding ETs, celestials (usually angels), and EDs (extra-dimensionals) because of my reputation for being able to write and describe the indescribable as well as being dedicated to the truth of the story, whether that is a relative truth or what some describe as “absolute truth.” In my years of investigating the material I present to the public, one of the most mind blowing involved the Philadelphia Experiment, or what Daniel addresses as “the Montauk Project.” I decided not to write a book on the secrets of the Philadelphia Experiment, that have never fully been presented to the world, for the very same reasons that Daniel decided not to write about Montauk and timelines until now: no one was willing to believe it.

Humanity as Sons of Slaves or Sons of God

Let’s get one thing straight from the beginning, the term “Sons of God” is a complete mistranslation in Scripture. The actual Hebrew term is “bene Elohim,” or Sons of the Elohim. The fact that Jews believe the Elohim to be God is inconsequential to me. Let’s just stick to the translation. The reason I say that, if I may steal a quote from the movie Poltergeist, is “They’re back.” I have been associated with at least two appearances of these beings from three different people in the Colorado area. And the information coming from them has cleared up a lot of misunderstanding about the Elohim’s role as the creator beings of humankind. 

For starters, the bene Elohim (or Sons of God during the time of giants, Gen. 6: 2-4) were what Alexander Sitchin called the Annunaki. As tempting as it is to go down that rabbit hole, I’d rather move on by stating that the Annunaki were not the only creation of the Elohim. There was another very dynamic group, called humans. In the Nag Hammadi Library of gnostic works lies a hidden story of what happened to these two creations of the Elohim (the real story of the Archons). The soundbite bottom line is that the Annunaki were jealous of the gifts given to humanity (Christ Consciousness), and decided to enslave their brothers by dummying down their DNA. One can choose a number of myths that follow from that (whether fallen angels or Atlantis or the Archons), for there is a modicum of truth in them all. However, there is one point I’d like to make regarding my research on the geometry of DNA: “You can take the boy out of the country but you can’t take the country out of the boy.” Geometrically, the same can be said for DNA (see my article on the DNA tesseract on American Kabuki (here).

In the tesseract article (“A Celestial Mystery Solved”), I point out how human DNA is multi-dimensional, which means you can alter it in one dimension but it still holds its “naturalness” in higher fractals that access higher dimensions. Daniel makes a similar point in his reference to “Timeline Zero”: 


My personal computer is dead, bricked, toast.  I consider myself an expert in computers, I've worked with various Windows Operating systems since 1987.  I hold a Microsoft A++ Certification in diagnosing personal computers and fixing them.  But this latest episode takes the cake.

I experienced an unusual hack in May of 2012 after I posted the banker resignations.  It took away my account and created a new administrator account. I logged in from another computer and posted to my blog "Hahahaha! Very clever! Now give me back my computer!"  And strangely enough, whomever was on the other end of that hack, very kindly and cleanly restored my PC to the original state with my account back in operation.  I've never seen a hack that elegant, usually they just destroy your windows system software.  It was professional.

I've seen many bloggers accuse hackers of things that I think is just malconfigured and insecure systems. You leave your front door open any 11 year old can walk in. And 11 year old boys are nearly psychic when it comes to password guessing.  This is not one of those situations.

After that spring hack I decided to get a new motherboard and upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7 and have a clean operating system, and I inserted another firewall between my computer and the router provided to me by my Internet provider.  I also VPN tunnel with encrypted links on my internet browsing.  I take reasonable precautions for the kind of blogging I do.

What I didn't realize is the motherboard I bought has a new kind of BIOS called a UEFI bios. I knew it looked different but I didn't realize it can be updated through Windows.  Many new PCs, especially the lower end ones have this kind of BIOSs which is not really even a BIOS in the traditional sense since its so malleable. The borderline between hardware and software has been blurred.

To cut the story short, my computer won't boot and probably won't boot unless I can clear its CMOS chip successfully and it looks likely I will have to at the very least buy a new motherboard and install it with money I don't have.  So here I sit in my daughters room with Disney, snow globes, pink unicorns, and Hunger Games posters doing my blogging today.  Posts may be a bit slower coming out until I get this situation cleared up.

GW Hardin has a new paper which I am about to post. I explained my situation to him and he suggested I contact my readers and see if I can raise some funds to replace the motherboard and CPU (I can likely reuse the memory chips).  GW said "You serve us, why don't you let us serve you.."

I suspect my drives have a boot sector virus and a very clever one at that.  I will need $300-400 to fix this.  I'd really like to just get a MAC mini (with that I can reuse my monitor and keyboard and mouse which I am used to) but that would take $900 or so. But I'd be quite happy just getting the motherboard replaced.

I am so fed up with Microsoft, brought to you by the man behind Windows, 3rd World compulsory vaccines and Geo-Engineering.  I'd really like to switch to the MAC platform. I had a MAC Air book but I gave that to my daughter for her college work last summer. Apple has much tighter quality control and far fewer back doors into its operating system. No system is unhackable, but some just make it darn easy.

If you'd like to help, my paypal account is

Man sees himself in 450-year-old painting

WTVR – A college student and his girlfriend had to take a closer look after stumbling upon a painting at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Do you see the resemblance?
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