The Higherside Chats
Sylvie’ Ivanowa | Mysterious Megaliths & Hidden History
Dec 19, 2016 · 1 hr 38 min
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Join The Higherside Chats podcast as host Greg Carlwood talks mysterious megaliths and hidden history with returning guest, Sylvie' Ivanowa. We know the parasites of the Vatican and the Holy Roman Empire are responsible for quite a few crimes against humanity, but one of the most interesting manipulations that has been suggested is the vast alteration of the human timeline. It seems a very good case can be made that during the Reformation period of the 1500's a campaign was launched to install new royals across Europe and restructure history to justify their rule, and obscure a past that wasn't under their control. As far fetched as it might sound, the facts remain that most of our official chronology was written by a handful of Jesuit monks and in the introductions of their own work, they fully admit to "translating, recording, and correcting" the documents they synthesized before the convenient destruction of the source material.  So do we just blindly trust these deceptive authorities or do we work to undo the damage and reexamine the human story with what little we do have? Well, that has been the noble goal of today's returning guest, Sylvie' Ivanowa- who has been examining the world's megaliths and ancient ruins to try and reconstruct  picture of the past that gets closer to the truth and allows us to rely on what we can see with our own eyes rather than what's written in the corrupted history books. 5:15 Sylvie' details her latest research trip to to Italy and what brought her there. As she explains, Italy is overflowing with ancient sites, many of which are incorporated into the modern structures such as roads or found in the gardens and yards of residents. The sheer amount of unregistered and not excavated ruins offers researchers a vast array of potential knowledge. One interesting revelation is the similarities of these structures to those found in high concentration throughout China, stretching as far as Portugal and even perhaps on other continents throughout the globe. 14:55 Knowing the dating methods the establishment relies on can't be trusted, Sylvie' explains the data supporting her conclusion that some of the "ancient ruins" are actually much younger than we are led to believe. 21:00 While the changing of the human timeline and the altering of human history to justify the establishment's control is a captivating and persuasive topic, one argument to this hypothesis is the absence of the  technology needed to complete such grandiose structures. Sylvie' explains why our understanding of ancient technology and it's availability has led to misinformation. She also addresses the possibility of sound technology being used in ancient times as an explanation for the absence of technical tools. 29:35 With the parasitic establishment's efforts to co-opt human history and alter the timeline correlating with the concealing of magic and the invention of the printing press, it is easy to see how this breakthrough technology impacted the ability to more quickly and easily spread a new false narrative. As Syvlie' explains, the massive amounts of printing in large volume collections indicates an effort to effectively rewrite history.   31:42 Sylvie' discusses her research of Gobekli Tepe and some of the evidence uncovered that suggests while there is some art indicating it may be older than we are told, an outer newer layer consisting of primitive stone work may indicate a more modern addition was made to this ancient structure. She also details the effects of erosion on several megaliths and how this can impact our understanding of the timeline. 40:35 While discussing what dating methods, if any, are reliable, as well as what could potentially be some of the oldest structures on Earth, Greg inquires if Sylvie' in any of her experiences with Ayahuasca and the spiritual realm has encountered entities that may offer insight into our human history. Sylvie' also elaborates on how Ayahuasca can raise th...
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