Continuity of Evidence
In a World of Conclusion Jumping and Hear-Say, Few Look to Continuity of Evidence
Almost all of us are prone to the quick jumping to conclusions based on nothing more than hear-say, rumours, gossip, manufactured accounts, lies and propaganda. People will be condemned to horrible deaths based on manufacturing of stories. Whole groups will go to war over manufactured false flag events, rather than take a cool and not so quick look at the real situation. Few take the time to thoroughly examine the evidence, which sometimes can take more time than the pressured and hurried decisions that are forced upon them. More tend to pollute and ruin evidence before a detached and unbiased mind gets a chance to even look at it. The idea of the continuity of evidence hinges upon securing the scene where a crime or disaster, natural or manufactured, has taken place. This means that the scene must be kept pristine and untouched until unbiased, qualified and experienced forensic examiners come to inspect the whole affected area. The scene must be under constant and unbroken surveillance to prevent interference until it can be examined professionally. Anyone who breaks the continuity, and who is not qualified, suggests that there is something to hide and they don't want the truth to come out. The breaking of continuity means that the evidence falls under question of being legitimate and therefore may no longer be a reliable witness of the true unfolding of events.
A record of continuity must also be made detailing every pertinent detail of the evidence, such as location, time and all who are involved. That record can be in the form of documentation, photographs, video, electronic and recorded direct eye witness accounts. All too often in history, an event is manufactured and then people rush in to interfere with the continuity of evidence, if indeed there is any solid evidence to begin with. There is a constant danger, that in order to promote some agenda, evidence to back up the claim, will be manufactured and presented. Even this has to be scrutinized. These conditions must be exactly fulfilled in order to preserve evidence so that the right conclusions can be made from the unfolding of events. This is true of any crime scene, natural and manufactured disaster and accident and theatre of war. If any of the three prime conditions of continuity of evidence are broken, the whole of it falls into question and doubt. A broken continuity of evidence is enough to get even an otherwise solid case in court, thrown out for “lack of evidence”. If it is still accepted in its polluted form, or legitimate evidence is withheld, then we drift inexorably into the superstitious world of spectral “evidence”, which is a dangerous place to be. Far too many rely on hear-say, conjecture, gossip and what was once called spectral evidence, which has had prominent influence in history. It is important therefore, to have an unbroken continuity of evidence in order to establish the real time-line of events and the truth.
It is a sad commentary on humanity when we see how quickly most people will jump to conclusions based on false reports and manufactured, but unchecked evidence. There is not even a shred of concern about continuity and proper investigation. Most operate on hear-say, especially if spoken by some authority. They are pulled in the very direction, like marionettes, that is desired by the perpetrator. Yet, to weed out the single grain of truth in a mountain of lies, we need to step back from the tendency to leap by faith at the volume of, and so called veracity of some statement of truth, especially when real evidence points to the contrary. If gold medals were handed out for leaping to conclusions, we would have to severely tap the world's gold reserves. What is needed, even if one finds oneself in the thick of a situation, is to calmly step back and take an objective look at the type and kind of evidence left as a result of the event that produced it. We then must, keeping it as safe and continuous as possible, attempt to connect the evidence in as factual manner as possible to arrive at a workable scenario that would account for the evidence as it is presented without tampering. This may take some time, especially when others dither and pressure for quick answers. That danger is highest when people are itching for war for one reason or another. This is where many false flag events have been a major contributor to much bloodshed, destruction and misery that might have been avoided if people knew the truth before beginning to shoot. Even in a war started by a false flag, plenty of medals are given out and more body bags for mournful parents and lovers. In fact, a few do question, but the majority go for a manufactured story and buy into the agenda of how to respond. By now, the manufactured evidence of events like the Reichstag fire, Pearl Harbour, the Gulf of Tonkin, 9-11 and a host of others, should be enough to instruct us on how a few powerful and wealthy individuals attempt to write history in advance in order to fulfil it in fact in the present. To weed out the truth during a period of a cloak of censorship makes the task of protecting evidence and having continuity, essential. Some folks have a knack and natural leaning to do this and immediately begin examining and collecting real evidence in the presence of qualified witnesses, by documentation, photography and video while the event is still fresh or unfolding in real time and before anyone has a chance to contaminate the scene. This often can distinguish between a real event and one that is manufactured. What they then have is a valuable resource by way of an eyewitness account with some real bite. It then become mandatory to keep that evidence in a continuous manner up to the point where it is presented in a hearing or court. It may be necessary to swear an affidavit to that end so as to certify that the evidence is real and continuous.
Past Civilizations Existed Because the Evidence is Strewn Across the Planet
The trail of civilization has left a strewn field of evidence lying all over the planet. But many of the time lines are fragmented, polluted with tampering, leaving room for ignorance and doubt. There are those who claim to have an unbroken lineage to the deep past, but that is in doubt due to unceasing conflicts and the diaspora of whole masses of people that is the usual trend of history. We see this in 2014 with more than fifty million displaced persons on account of wars and natural disasters. It is true in the past with wars that sought to eliminate entire peoples and these wars are often started on a manufactured body of evidence that few question. What we learn in history is often a fiction. In the western hemisphere during the conquests, every nation from the north-most point of Ellesmere Island south to the tip of Tierra Del Fuego, endured war and horrible fates, some going extinct. Whole civilizations and their records were almost wiped completely off the map. Yet, history often presents the New World as virgin territory, hardly inhabited by anyone except the wilds. Many jump blindly in faith at suggestions made concerning events and the massive body of evidence presented. However, in many cases, it is found that the evidence has been tainted and with careful hindsight, we can see how the lies crept in to distort the reality so that those who are behind it can steer masses in the desired direction.
Evidence by way of documentation is rare from the ancient world, considering events like the destruction of the library of Alexandria and the loss of the extensive libraries of the Maya. However, in the latter case, a vast library near Uxmal was found consisting of over a thousand works by the Maya that escaped the conquistador's fires of destruction. These are now being translated and kept safe to give us a more realistic account of the Mayan civilization from original sources that constitutes a form of continuous evidence from that period. This evidence was kept intact for over a thousand years in a sealed cave in the peculiar environment of Yucatan that is desert by climate, yet boasts luxuriant jungle on account of an abundant underground water network in massive caves. The jungle served to hide this treasure, but the dry atmosphere acted to preserve the record intact. This is rare as far as parchments and papers are concerned. Other finds like this are from Qumran and Nag Hamadi, again in hard desert regions. Here we can now view ancient manuscripts from at least the first century when they were written and then hidden for safe keeping. Other than this, there are the carved and exquisitely painted Egyptian hieroglyphs, the Babylonian cylinders, the Maya Stellae and temple paintings, Greek and Roman carvings. The Aztec sun stone and much else. Then there are the claims of ancient continuity that does not hold up, especially when dealing with copies of copies going back into the dim mists of the past. We know for instance, of the Biblical controversy where there have been periods of major changes in the text for religious-political reasons. By examining the existing proliferation of various translations, one can prove this easily for themselves. There are some ancient texts, but these are from the 2nd century, except when we look at the collections of the Nag Hamadi and Qumran, which are older in some cases, going back to the first century BC. Other than that, most Bibles are very recent. The older finds are a kind of evidence from the past for the periods of time they are associated to. Few of these concur with the text we have in the Bible today and some are outright controversial, threatening to topple the Christian world view. The Christians for obvious reasons, do not want this evidence readily available. The Jews lay claim to an unbroken lineage from the time of Moses, going back 3,300 t0 3,500 years ago depending on ones references and historical time lines. But in this case, we are definitely dealing with endless copies of copies in scriptoriums going back to the time of the original work, likely written in Egypt. In addition, there is a vast body of commentary that can cloud the issue. As in the case of the Bible, we cannot ascertain to the continuity of this work verbatim from that time to now. We do not have a copy of the very first Torah! That has vanished with the dusts of history. What we have is a broken continuity of evidence in the form of modern scrolls. We have copies and as anyone knows, these could well have been altered according to a political agenda. The alterations may be subtle, or gross, but they add up, especially over a time period of 3,300 years. Can we rightfully say that there was an unbroken continuity of evidence under surveillance for the entire 3,300 years? Now some folks would be sticklers for transmitting works accurately, but when you have others that change it, especially behind ones back or after one is dead, which one is true and which is false if you lack continuity? How can we take just someone's word for the truthfulness of something when they all say theirs is true, but they all differ from each other? It is like answering the question about believing in the Bible by saying, “Which one?” This type of question could even be extended to the vast works of India called collectively, the Vedas. We have no real way of seeing if they are true or not, unless of course, they happen to be instructions for building some sort of working machine. But building a machine that works and/or flies based on the vimana Vedas and saying “God talked to someone a long time ago”, are really very different things. In one case, we have built a flying machine based on ancient descriptions, but in the other, we have no way of knowing if someone or a whole group hear God speak. Thus, there is more than one kind of evidence. The instructive kind can serve as a formula to prove something in the here and now and it couples with the scientific method; that is; if we follow the same formula rigorously, we should get the same results. The other must be taken, hook, line and sinker on trust. Given the track record for trust over such an extended time frame, the cherished veracity of untainted truth becomes vanishingly small.
What would be needed, is a proven original scroll of an eyewitness to the fact of God speaking to a crowd and whether or not it was really God, or a trick of ancient technology. Given the fact of the existence of cargo cults, the latter is more likely to be true, that is, some form of technological trickery. The ancient world is rife with technological trickery, such as the huge hydraulic doors of the temple of Athena in ancient Greece, as well as weeping statues and the like that continue to this day. Are we really going to let the lack of real evidence run and ruin our lives?