Quote# 66021

Who originally settled in Golden Atlantis?
In approximately 20,000BC a clarion call resounded throughout the Universes for volunteers to take part in the final experiment of Atlantis. Millions responded but only 64,000 were chosen at first.

For the glorious period of fifteen hundred years the people vibrated at the fifth dimensional frequency, their energy so pure that their chakras literally glowed with joy and vitality. They lived in co-operation, sharing and harmony, dedicating all to the highest good.

They managed to maintain this high frequency, which was beyond duality, the only time and place on Earth where there has been true oneness. And they developed awesome spiritual technology, which enhanced all their lives and the planet.

Diana Cooper, Diana Cooper 35 Comments [10/8/2009 2:26:41 PM]
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Submitted By: Frogflayer

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If your chakra starts glowing, just rub it with dry ice.

10/8/2009 3:30:14 PM


You lie, Atlantis is in the Pegasus Galaxy.

10/8/2009 4:38:17 PM


And then I woke up and it was all a dream...

10/8/2009 4:47:20 PM

Tolpuddle Martyr

...and soon when the stars are right the Great Old Ones will rise from Atlantis and slime the puny humans!

R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn.

10/8/2009 5:12:38 PM


But some villain pulled the bathtub plug and they all drowned.

10/8/2009 5:14:45 PM


As a Buddhist, I really hate when you new agers take my religion and make shit out of it. I'm pretty sure that the Hindus feel the same way.

10/8/2009 5:40:52 PM

Nathan the Wise

Vibrating at high frequency? They must have had Hello Kitty vibrators!

10/9/2009 2:09:38 AM


Protip: The Illuminatus! Trilogy is not, in fact, a reliable historical document.

10/9/2009 3:25:18 AM


Techno-babble that doesn't make sense. Yay.

10/9/2009 4:29:42 AM


This isn't really all that conspiracy theorist, but it's still so batshit crazy it deserves a place on this site somewhere.

A+++, will vote "WTF?!" again.

10/9/2009 7:15:31 AM

Dr. Novakaine

Clearly, she's such a fruitcake her parents give her as a gift to people they don't like.

10/9/2009 10:30:09 AM

Doctor Fishcake

Not CT, just WTF?

10/9/2009 11:45:50 AM

Mr Blur

Diana, you're not taking your meds again, are you.

10/9/2009 11:57:25 AM


Sounds like a video game plot, if you ask me.

10/9/2009 2:24:15 PM


1) werewolf: Nay; They tried to dived by Zero.
2) Nathan the Wise; Good One!

10/9/2009 3:07:56 PM


Let me guess, you drank the bong water when you were done?

10/9/2009 6:14:14 PM

Doubting Thomas

"In approximately 20,000BC a clarion call resounded throughout the Universes for volunteers to take part in the final experiment of Atlantis. Millions responded but only 64,000 were chosen at first."

This sounds like some kind of delusional reality show.

10/10/2009 6:11:21 AM

G. Fieendish

Re:Doubting Thomas's post
Yes, but do we get the Atlantian equivalent of Davina McCall doing the post-eviction interviews...?

10/10/2009 1:16:29 PM


We would all be safer if the Jesus Camp people and the wing-nuts could be converted, or at least distracted by pyramid power and the Atlantis mythos.

10/10/2009 6:12:16 PM


I was torn between submitting this to CT or F but I felt you'd enjoy it anyway - sort of new age jesus.
You know how you can get spots in digital photos? Those are spirit orbs.

10/12/2009 2:53:25 PM

G. Fieendish

Re: Frogflayer's post
Personally, I believe that said spots, rather than being "spirit orbs", have a more prosaic explanation, namely, dust's got on the camera's CCD imaging sensor, if it's a SLR, or if it's a compact camera with a non interchangeable lens, dust has got on the lens...
Either way, clean the camera...

10/16/2009 7:10:58 PM

Crazy Internet Hobo

Why 64000, specifically? That number's so random it makes no sense whatsoever. Then again, neither does the rest of this text, but still I'm curious about the source of the number.

12/4/2009 4:10:46 PM

Stuff like this is impossible to argue against ... and, when you get down to it, pretty harmless. It's a weird belief, sure, but weird beliefs are what make being human fun.

Until this person starts doing stuff like a) demanding that everyone believes like they do because the "proof is so obvious, man" or b) starts doing things like attacking non-believers, than they are well within their right to believe it. No matter how weird it is.

So, kudos.

2/9/2010 10:53:42 PM


ONLY millions? If you believe that the universe is full of inhabited worlds (I don't know if this person does, but I'd be willing to bet he/she does), and if this "clarion call" rang throughout every other inhabitable universe, "millions" seems like a pretty small number of respondents.

Also, is Golden Atlantis related to the Silver Millennium? :P

3/11/2010 9:12:32 AM


And to think I used to be skeptical about science-fiction and fantasy literature being potentially dangerous to some people.
My eyes have been sorely opened.

5/19/2010 6:19:07 AM

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