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Hy Brasil, Tir na n'Og, and... Pleiades?

Discussion in 'Ancient Civilizations & Sacred Geometry' started by Maryann, Aug 5, 2016.

  1. Maryann

    Maryann Frequency Modulator Staff Member Global Moderator Board Moderator

    I've long been interested in mysterious ancient legendary lands, especially in possible connection with the Pleiadians I communicate with. I have a very strong tie with the north Atlantic islands, which I felt as overwhelming when I visited Scotland and Ireland many years before awakening to any of this. When I do a voice channel, there is a distinctly Irish-like sound and feel to the words. So there's that, plus I found while reading about Tara that the ancient Irish spelling (one of them) is Teamhair, and the original home of my crew (and myself, in some sense) is called Temmer, a planet in the vicinity of Taygeta.

    The idea of a colony of Pleiadian travelers living there, perhaps viewed as the Tuatha de Danann or Sidhe, has always intrigued me. Was Tir na n'Og a place they lived, apart from the original inhabitants of the isles? Or maybe Hy Brasil? I've never truly believed that these places, or Avalon or any such, are merely imagination, but that they have some foundation in a forgotten reality.

    Perhaps there is some ancient connection. I am ever interested in discovering more, and hope to see more revealed from the hidden vaults of human history, as we move forward into the greater consciousness and remembering.

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  2. Stargazer

    Stargazer Realized Sentience Staff Member Board Moderator

    What I find very interesting is that there are so many people who feel connections to so many different Star Families. Lyran, Andromedan, and so many more. I'm glad that there are others like me who feel some Pleiadian ties--and Tolec claims to be from Dakote (also near Taygeta, I believe). I truly feel that we ALL have roots hidden among the stars. And, after all, aren't we really just made from stardust! :)

    Maryann, it's interesting that you mentioned Hy Brasil. Have you heard about its connection with the Rendlesham Forest incident in England? I think it was around 1982. If I remember the story correctly, one of the British Air Force Policemen touched the skin of a UFO that had landed in the forest. At that time, he believes he received an instant data download of some type. Many years later, he wrote out pages and pages of ones and zeroes from memory. When he finally realized it was binary code and had it translated, it gave the coordinates for...Hy Brasil! It was a very cool account and I'm sure there's even more there to discover than we realize.

    Not sure if that's helpful, but I just thought I'd mention it.

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  3. Brian

    Brian Astute Creature

    I know about the case you're talking about. The other coordinates pointed to major historical landmarks on laylines. If I remember correctly I believe that those coordinates show the ocean on Google maps. But who ever said that just anyone is allowed to go there/ allowed in. Interesting close encounter overall. :)
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  4. Laron

    Laron Healing Facilitator & Consciousness Guide Staff Member Administrator Board Moderator Creator of transients.info & The Roundtable

    I've always been drawn to ancient maps, so when I stumbled upon the book, Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings: Evidence of Advanced Civilization in the Ice Age by Professor Charles Hapgood over a decade ago, I was pretty mesmerized. One of the key maps in the book shows Antarctica ice free, perfectly drawn, like a satellite in space would pick up, but impossible for it's time. The physical evidence shows that people must have lived when the ice age had not yet ended in the Northern Hemisphere and when Alaska was still connected with Siberia by the Pleistocene, ice age 'land bridge.'

    "Hapgood has not merely modified our ideas about ancient history, but his work will necessitate a widespread revolution in our concepts about the whole history of man, the history of his science, and the evolution of human culture. Hapgood shows that man's evolution from brute to citizen of the world spans a longer time than we have ever supposed."​
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  5. Toller

    Toller Illusion Investigator

    I found a very interesting website which includes a lot of these ancient lands and legends :-


    Hy-Brasil: The Legendary Phantom Island of Ireland

    Magic into Myth: Avalon, Mystical Isle of Medieval Arthurian Literature

    The Legend of Oisín and the Fabled Island of Tír na nÓg - A Tale of Paradise, Love, and Loss

    Have Scientists Discovered Proof for the Lost Continent of Lemuria?


    Astonishing Human Heads: Do Satellite Photographs Now Prove Existence of Humans on Antarctica…6000 Years Ago?


    I remember reading about the lost continent of Mu (Lemuria?) from Churchward's book when I was in my early teens. These legends have always fascinated me.

    Something else to think about is the fact that sea levels were lower in the past, so there was a larger amount of land around Britain and Ireland.

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  6. Sinera

    Sinera Healer, Musician, Astral-Traveler Retired Moderator

    I also read Ancient Origins occasionally, it is a very good 'alternative' history website, but also incorporates mainstream research and information. I like this approach.

    The same does Graham Hancock. I am just reading his latest book Magicians of the Gods where he deals a lot with controversies with and among mainstream scientists (archeology, geology, etc.) and he's citing lots of studies from the field.
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  7. Out of Time

    Out of Time Ancient Consciousness

    Something small but interesting that came out from a very quick google research. The Hill of Tara is called Cnoc na Teamhair. The particle "na" is also preset in the Temmerian term Wolin na Qua.
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  8. Hailstones Melt

    Hailstones Melt Realized Sentience

    Thank you, OOT. You are a mine of information.
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  9. Out of Time

    Out of Time Ancient Consciousness

    Thank you Hailstones Melt, but if that is true for me, it is twice as true for Maryann. If something entertains her mind, it won't be long before she connects to that knowledge. I know her as a guide from another time, and ties lead to the place that she mentioned (although my path never passed through Lyra).

    The term Wolin na Qua in particular came from a message she channeled for me, and it means the "isness of Temmer’s lifeforce energetics".

    But if you want me to make a big statement I am not very sure about, I can try. Imagine that a version of our planet that never went through the darkness that we experienced exist somewhere as a low-technology, high-magic one. It is a fairy world, the one that is mentioned in Celtic folklore. It is where the banshees come form (bean sidhe).

    And that world is related to my favourite tarot deck, Tarot of the Hidden realm. It carries the softness of its home world. There is no devil (only a shadowdancer who stands for deception and lust but not for real demonic brutality and enslavement), no judgement (only a new beginning) and the terrible sword cards are painted in more lovely tones.
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  10. Stargazer

    Stargazer Realized Sentience Staff Member Board Moderator

    This resonates so much I can’t hardly stand it!!! LOL! For some reason, I don’t need to imagine it. I feel as if I KNOW this is true, because I’ve been there. Weird, but true.

    It’s also a bit of a synchronicity because the other day, I went to my local plant nursery and couldn’t resist buying a small “fairy house” for my garden. I refreshed a couple of “bonsai” pots and here are the pics:

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  11. Gunther

    Gunther Illusion Investigator

    Haha Stargazer, I could soo live in a lill hoosie like that right now, it would be waay awesome
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  12. Stargazer

    Stargazer Realized Sentience Staff Member Board Moderator

    LOL! I agree! I'm going to modify the chimney so I can safely drop a burning incense stick down it. It'll make the chimney look like it's actually smoking from a fire inside! :)
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