What is a “Suppressed Technology?”
It is anything relating to the advancement, progress of mankind, in form of works of words or systems of various composure. If it resembles something systematic or it has significant capacity to assist your life it will be added here. In short, it does not actually have to be a technology to be placed on this page, it could be a fresh concept for example and still find its home here. On the other hand, it could be ancient knowledge that is void of public eyes. In hopes of bridging the gap of the journey that one takes in his or her ascension into the illumination of truth. To dismiss the validity of the documents and their contents would place the burden of proof on the parties that wish to do so. Else wise, rebuttals are of moot or nefarious purpose. Enjoy, I look forward to your work!
False Idol Worship Avoidance Technology
According to a Quranic perspective, the simple meaning of the word ‘Al-Ebadah’ is the act of worship. To most people, the act of “Worship” primarily the act of prayer and this would be by God’s standard, incorrect or incomplete worship of the CREATOR. The Qur’an indicates that the act of worship is a much more profound concept than just the act of prayer. The words of God to His chosen prophet Moses were:
“I am God, there is no god but Me, therefore you shall worship Me and observe the Salat (Sabbath) to commemorate Me” (20:14).
These sacred words, which speak of worship and prayer independently, indicate that these two acts are not the same. If the act of worship was primarily an act of prayer and nothing else, God would not say “Worship Me” and “Observe the Salat.” The word, “And,” indicates that there is more to worship than just praying. While as the “Contact Prayer” is a specific ritual decreed for specific times of the day, the act of worship on the other hand is an uninterrupted state of the mind, body and soul. It is an exalted spiritual level of existence and invaluable nourishment for our souls. Without the act of worship, consecrated exclusively to God alone, one is unable to attain true happiness. Our physical bodies (by merely submitting to God’s will), are in a perpetual state of worship. All our body organs and tissues are ordained to function in a meticulous pre-ordained manner designed by God, which we have no control over, whatsoever. They are in a ceaseless state of submission to the will of God. But our souls on the other hand, are given the freedom of choice. If our souls choose the same route as our ordained bodies, harmony will be struck between body and soul, the reward of which will be true happiness. This would be a greater happiness than the Buddha would have ever comprehended, because it’s a happiness that involves our CREATOR. On the other hand, if our souls are rebellious, unappreciative or egoistic and elect not to worship God, we will never attain true happiness no matter how much material fortune we may posses. This is so, because true happiness is not found in Earthly possessions. Happiness is a frequency (432 Hz) of peaceful worship to the CREATOR of all. It’s completely perpetual unseen energy, and undeniable conscious of seeking God every waking day of our lives.
By Prof. Hilton Hotema , 1967
We are surrounded by mystery. We are born in a world of mystery, we live in a world of mystery, and we die in a world of mystery.What do we know? In reality, no one knows anything. Science can’t tell us what life is. Then we don’t know what death is; and yet the man in the street thinks he knows. The priests and preachers rant freely about a God. Where is he? What is he? No one ever saw him and no one can define him. He is a myth created by the Hebrews and adopted by the Mother Church. The stupid, ridiculous proposition that a God can exist in isolation or disassociation in absolute and contiriuing control of everything, despite the ages of evidence to the contrary, is the fantasy upon which all secondary life-games continue to be played by priests and preachers. The first and final plea of Christianity is that it presented the one God hypothesis. But why is one God better for man that three or 300? If one God does so much good for humanity, think how much more could be done by many. All reference to God and his work is plain assumption and speculation. That is another scheme of the Mother Church to keep the cattle under control. The masses must be prevented from acquiring knowledge that dissipates the darkness and solves the mystery by which we are surrounded. We are searching for Light. We must start from a known point, with out feet on solid ground, and keep our feet fixed so we’ll know where we stand. We must keep from going astray by basing our findings on known propositions before we accept them as actual facts, and never lose sight of the rule of consistency. To begin, we must dismiss all claims, assumptions and speculations of science in this field. We are considering Life and Man and science fails us utterly at this point. This is admitted by one of the great scientists of this century, Alexis Carrel, M.D., who wrote a unique volume on these things, published in 1935, and this is what he said:
“Those (scientists) who investigate the phenomena of life are as if lost in an inextricable jungle, in the midst of a magic forest, whose countless trees uncreasingly change their place and their shape. They are crushed under a mass of facts which they can describe but are incapable of defining in algebraic equations. …
“Man is made up of a procession of phantoms, in the midst of which there strides an unknowable reality. In fact, our ignorance is profound. Most of the questions put to themselves by those who study human beings, remain without any answer” (pp.1, 4).
When the schools, the books, and the scientists leave us in such a dark, blind, blank situation, that means we have before us a clear field. Any postulate that we may present, which is reasonable and logical, and which is beyond the range of recorded science, cannot be rejected because it fails to agree with scientific findings, for there are no such findings. Where shall we start our search? With the Ageless Wisdom of the Ancient Magi. But the schools, the book and the scientists claim the Ancient Magi were Superstitious Heathens. If they knew anything, they knew more than we do, for we know nothing. And so we shall go way back, into the mists and the distant ages, and search for a starting point. When we find it, we shall proceed in steady strides, and build a chain to connect the past with the present, with no missing links, and see that all links connect with one another in regular and harmonious order. The first impressive factor we find is that the Ancient Magi were too wise to base their thoughts on an imaginary god, as we have done, and then dunp onto his back all the mysteries of Creation. They postulated the existence of certain principles and ceiptain elements, and certain processes, and based their philosophy of Creation upon the observation and experience of thousands of years. The Ancient Magi discovered that from One Universal Substance there come the myriads of worlds, and in each world come the myriads of living things, slowly evolving from simple sense to grand intelligence, until finally man beholds the first flash of Eternal Forces performing orderly work all around him. These wise men saw the same order prevailing everwhere, the same unity governing variety. They were convinced that the Law is One, the Source is One, the Substance is One, the Power is One, and from this Universal ONE proceeds every variety, each a world, inpelled into action by ONE FORCE. With these findings as their fundamentals, the Ancient Magi discovered that the gospel of the Celestial Planisphere reveals the secrets we desire to know. These facts tend peculiarly to augment our view of Creation and the operation of its laws.
Here is the point that banishes speculation and superstition, imparts definite knowledge of Creation, and reveals the majestic rank of man in this Glorious Infiniverse. In all the world there is only one story, and that is the story of Man. He is the king of the visible world, and rises from and melts back into the mystic Principle of his Universal Self.
Man generally conceives that he is learning about himself when he studies history and science, but really all he is doing in such study, is getting further from self. For, after all, the study of history and the sciences furnish nothing of value as to self. For history always fades into tradition, and tradition becomes lost in the night of time; and the so-called sciences, when investigated with sufficient care and analysis, resolve themselves into theories and the theories finally resolve themselves into the misty substance of phantoms and lose themselves in the vortex of dreams. Man must therefore study self. He must recogrize the fact of his existence as paramount to all other facts, and must direct himself to understand that all which he can know of self must be ascetained by means of introspection thru the process of deduction. He must come to realize that in the analysis of self lies his only field of research. In the deduction system, we begin with General Principles, and, on the basis of analogy, seek to connect these principles with some definite case by means of a middle term of objects known to be equally connected with both. Thus, we bring down the universal to the individual, the Macrocosm to the Microcosm, affirming of the latter the distinctivequalities of the former. This was the method used by the Ancient Magi. They said:
For the invisible things from the creation of the world are clearly seen (in the mind), being understood by the things that are made (visible). For we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen; for the things which are seen are temporal (and illusional); but the things which are not seen are (real) and eternal (Rom. 1;20; 2 Cor. 4:18).
The splitting of the atom shattered the world of materialism, postulated for centuries by science. More amazing was the fact that it revealed the existence of the Spiritual World of the Ancient Magi, which science had so long sneered and scoffed as pure hog-wash and hokum. We now know that the visible world, the world of materialism, is jsut a shadow world, a world of effects, the secret cause being the vast realm of Spiritualism, in which is contained and from which comes everything known. After the Ancient Magi discovered the existence of the Spiritual World, they invented symbols and allegories to record their findings, and to conceal the secret from the tyrants who, for Greed and Glory, make it their business to deceive the common cattle and enslave them by the destruction of knowledge, the instillation of superstition, and the promotion of ignorance.
Prima Facie - Gold!
…This secret legend is the same as that of the Carpocratians, which is that Jesus chose some of the Apostles and confided to them a secret science, which was transmitted afterwards to the priests of the Order of the Knights Templars, and through them to the Building Fraternities, down to the present Freemasons of the Swedish Rite… The Swedish system teaches that there have been men of all nations who have worshipped God in spirit and in truth, and surrounded by idolatry and superstition, have yet preserved their purer faith. Separate from the world, and unknown to it, this Wisdom has been preserved by them and handed down as a mystery. In the time of the Jews they made use of the Essenes, in which sect Jesus was brought up, and spent the greater part of his life.
DMSO - Dimethyl Sulfoxide
What Is DMSO?
DMSO is a powerful free radical scavenger and an effective
anti-inflammatory agent. It also has pain-relieving, collagensoftening, and anti-inflammatory characteristics, making it an
incredibly effective natural pain reliever.
Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO) is a colorless, transparent, hygroscopic fluid over
a wide range of temperatures. DMSO rose to fame due to its ability to easily
pass through the skin and other biological membranes. It’s a sulfur-based
compound with some amazing healing properties. First discovered in late
19th century Germany as a byproduct of wood pulping, DMSO can also be
found in fruits, in the sea, and in the atmosphere.
Dimethyl Sulfoxide is derived from dimethyl sulfide, a by-product of the
manufacture of paper. Dimethyl Sulfide is a naturally produced biogenic gas
essential for the earth’s biogeochemical cycles. Sulfur is also an element of
the earth and is essential to life. It is the eighth most prevalent element in the
human body, not as sulfur itself but always in combination with other
elements, most often, in complex molecules and, less often, in simple
molecules such as DMSO.
What Is DMSO Used For?
People have been known to use DMSO to try to help with a plethora of issues
including but not limited to:
Joint pain relief
Cancer side-effects (pain)
Headaches and Migraines
Diabetic Neuropathy pain
Varicose and Spider veins
Burns and scar tissue
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
General stiffness and soreness
To improve range of motion
Side effects of DMSO can be temporary local irritation of the skin and a
potential taste and/or sometimes smell of garlic upon use.
THE GOLDEN MAZE DILEMMA
The English poet and dramatist John Dryden once wrote: “I think and think of things impossible, yet love to wander in that golden maze.”
Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) is a compound that has been in a type of golden maze” for some time. Twenty years have passed since DMSO was reported to have a number of unusual biological activities. During this period of time, there has been a steady outpouring of scientific papers as well as half a dozen international conferences that have examined the biochemical and pharmacological properties of DMSO on multiplex organic systems. Less work has been done on the clinical applications of DMSO for use in patients despite its apparent relative safety and its potential ability to reverse some life-threatening crises. For example, it’s powerful diuretic effect, reported to be greater than furosemide, could be of immediate clinical relevance either as an adjuvant or primary therapy in such potentially fatal conditions as congestive heart failure, pulmonary edema. nephrotic syndrome, cerebral edema, acute renal failure. hepatic cirrhosis, and others. A numher of papers in this volume do in fact present other new and exciting applications for DMSO using well-designed experimental protocols. One of the arguments in the past has been that only double-blind studies can provide proof of drug efficacy by eliminating experimental bias. While this may he true for some drugs in certain clinical disorders, it is not compelling in many cases where DMSO is used since there are now a number of sophisticated bedside and laboratory tests that readily provide measurable end-point values that can be quantitated for statistical analyses or cause and effect relationships.
As researchers, we rely on scientific objectivity to test the validity of a hypothesis, such as whether a drug is effective on a disease process. For example. if research studies consistently show that tissue ischemia is reversed after using drug X, it seems safe to advance the notion that such a drug has potential in modifying ischemic disorders. If in addition, drug X is also shown to reduce subjective painful sensation in humans after its administration, and this phenomenon is supported oy animal data under more rigidly controlled conditions, it is again not unreasonable to conclude that drug X could be useful in reducing pain as well. If drug X also happens to be relatively safe, that is, relative to similar drugs on the market, it would be well-advised for all concerned to plan and quickly initiate clinical trials, since pain or ischemia are highly undesirable. This is the present status of DMSO, even when only two examples of its biological activities are cited among the many presented at this symposium and elsewhere. Dr. Arthur Scherbel, in his summary statement of the 1975 and the present conference, reviewed some of the factors that have stalled clinical testing of DMSO in this country. He recommended a halt to rhetoric and the implementation of carefully designed. rigidly controlled clinical trials to evaluate the efficacy of DMSO in selected disorders. It is hoped that the new Food and Drug Administration officials will also
review these scientific studies and others now in progress, from a perspective that will effectively reduce unnecessary delays in all phases of testing. The advantages of such action, would still uphold the rigorous scientific requirements that guide Food and Drug Administration decisions in approving a drug for the consumer market, but it would also emphasize a humanistic concern for those with pain and illness that in my judgement is a truer reflection of the degree of our civilized behavior.
J.C. de la Torre