I was triggered to write this article after watching the interview Dr. Michael Salla had with Peter Moon (1). In that interview posted on March 25, 2022, Peter Moon talks about the discovery of ‘A Hall of Records’ in Romania all the way back in 2003. A number of books have been written pertaining to this discovery (2,3).
In a time where Arks (4,5) would start to activate at various places on Earth (and other places in our solar system) it is sure worthwhile to delve into other alien artefacts that would have been left behind for us to decipher. I have ordered the first two books by Radu Cinamar to get a better understanding of what this Hall of Records in the Romanian Bucegi mountains is all about.
One of the many interesting things Moon mentioned in the interview was related to a kind of table inside a projection room. Moon said that it was obviously made for bigger people, since you had to climb on a chair in order to use this particular table.
What I found most fascinating is that he describes a device which would show you all kinds of animals, but not only the animal but also the star system from where this animal was brought to our world! Can you imagine? You see the image of a horse and when you put your hand on it the star system is depicted of the people that probably brought their animals to our world in a long forgotten past. Moon says that this artefact was determined to be some 50,000 years old.
On top of this there would have been another intriguing feature of this amazing device: you would have the possibility to put both your hands on different images of certain animals and this would create a hybrid image of these two animals!
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE ORIGIN OF OUR ANIMALS?
Just like Elena Danaan has provided us with a neat list of 110 alien species (6) that have been in contact with our planet in one way or the other, this would allow for another galactic book, not of the higher intelligent species, but of the animals living on Earth and their origins. Perhaps it can lead to a yet a third book which combines these two: you search for a star system and you are shown the intelligent species living there together with their animals with some info on whether their animals have been brought to our world, and when.
According to the information that Michel Desmarquet received the dog, the pig and the armadillo would come from a planet called Aremo X3 (8).
Isn’t this an exciting concept?!
Endnotes: 24 (astropaleontology); 32 (butterfly kingdom contact by S. Swerdlow); 76 (Living Library) and 103 (Kerry Cassidy link)
(1) Ancient Hall of Records found in Romania kept secret since 2003
(2) Cinamar, R. (2009) Transylvanian Sunrise. Skybooks
(3) Cinamar, R. & Moon, P. (2011) Transylvanian Moonrise. Skybooks. Radu Cinamar has written more books on this topic, of which six would have been translated into English.
(4) Russia, the Ukrainian Ark and the Deep State
(5) More on the Atlantic Ark and an Ark Summary – Rescue Mission with Russians participating
(6) Elena Danaan (2020) A Gift from the Stars. Amazon Press.
(7) Wallup Net
(8) The Mu Mystery – Exploring Lemuria
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