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Translated Version of the Third Eye and the Origin of Mankind

Translated Version of the Third Eye and the Origin of Mankind

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original http://www.scribd.com/doc/4981855/Ernst-Muldashev-Das-dritte-Auge

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I found it while searching for a translated version of klaus dona's AlpenparlamentTV interview
http://otacun.net/2011/10/interview-mit-klaus-dona/

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original http://www.scribd.com/doc/4981855/Ernst-Muldashev-Das-dritte-Auge

used google translate to shift this from german to english

I found it while searching for a translated version of klaus dona's AlpenparlamentTV interview
http://otacun.net/2011/10/interview-mit-klaus-dona/

you can buy it ot amazon
http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/3980750701/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=www.otacun.net-21&linkCode=as2&camp=1638&creative=6742&creativeASIN=3980750701

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Translated version of TRANSLATION The third eye and theorigin of mankind. Spektakuläre Erkenntnisse zur Herkunftunserer Zivilisation [Gebundene Ausgabe] Spectacular discoveriesabout the origin of our civilization 4981855-Ernst-Muldashev-Das-dritte-Auge.txt
jügrErnst MuldashevThe third eye and the origin of mankindSpectacular discoveries about the origin of our civilizationFrom the Russian by Uwe SelkeTitle of the original edition KOW MHIIP0H30IIIJ1H OT?CeHcaifuoHHbie pe3y/ibmamu HayuHoä auMcuiaüacoü 3Kcneduu, uuFirst Edition appeared in 1999 published "APHA AHCI>" Moscow 9th edition,2001First Edition 2001 Copyright © 1999 by Ernst MuldaschevCopyright © 1999 by "A P H A - H A O" MOSCOWISBN 5-93229-019-6 The original edition of the German edition Copyright ©2001 by B & S - Verlag, Halle (S.) - Berlin All rights reserved. Cover designby using the original designer of Graduate Heiko Tenzer, Halle (S.) Theorem:B & S Publishing Hall (p) - Berlin Printing: ISBN 3-9807507-0-1 UNIONPRINTING HallForewordMany of the major events and inventions of mankind began with an accidentaldiscovery. A coincidence inspired the renowned eye surgeon Ernst Muldashev toinvestigations and researches in the field of eye geometry. This methodprovides inter alia the diagnosis of diseases, the assessment of personalitytraits, making the origin and development of peoples and nations tounderstand. By applying his method to existing classifications of today'shuman race, he came to the conclusion that the origins of humanity in Tibet.On this basis, it represents an unusual theory about the migration paths ofhumanity. But the thoughts and ideas in this book are part of it would havebeen value to present the book to readers in our culture. The intellectualwealth of the book goes far beyond this issue. The author introduces us tothe knowledge of the East about earlier and therefore the origin of ourcivilization known. The analysis presented in the Tibetan temples, eyes, thereconstruction of the corresponding face (see front page) and search for the"owner" of the eyes brought him within the framework of an internationalHimalayan expedition with scientists and religious leaders in India, Nepaland Tibet together. let his systematic search for clues, and the results ofthe conventional picture of human development falter. The first edition ofthe book appeared in 1999 in Moscow, met with a huge reader interest and soldout immediately. So changes of the book by Professor Muldashev is given byexplaining his view on such issues as the common descent of all races, theorigin of religions and the Eastern understanding of the concepts of good and
 
evil, and love. for the support and cooperation in the development of theGerman book edition, we tell hereby Dieter Wrobel, Barbara CwojdzinskaKöhn,Udo Sobiech, Frank Ziesing unnamed advisers and all of these thanks. thepublisherContentThe Parti eye geometry, a new way to new insights into the origins ofhumanity Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Why do we look into each others eyes? 7 The"average statistical eye" 21 migration paths of humanity Chapter 3 Whose eyesadorn the Tibetan Temple 45 Part II "So'Ham" - the final message to mankindChapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 The internationalexpedition to search for the origin of the human race knows what the averagecitizen about the origin of mankind? In the temple Gitas meeting with theenigmatic masterpiece The Samadhi 59 63 67 71 81Part III What said the Nepalese and Tibetan lamas Chapter 1 How can you putyourself in the state of samadhi? Chapter 2 is the revival of humans? Chapter3 Once again, the "third eye" Chapter 4 The next time it is serious Chapter 5The revelations of the Bonpo Lama Chapter 6 Who was Buddha? 99 107 119 129143 1854Chapter 7 Who were they, the Lemurians and Atlanteans? Chapter 8 In thesamadhi Caves Chapter 9 The people of earlier civilizations-what did theylook? Chapter 10 The man who is 300 years lived part IV The world morecomplicated than we thought (philosophical examination of the facts) ChapterChapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter 1 2 3 4 5 6 I Believe what I wrote?The gene pool of humanity Shambhala undAgartha The story of the incarnationof savagery as a regressive evolution factor The good, the bad and the love197 221 247 261267 279 301 325 345 357Sources of E. biography Muldashevs3813825Part 1The eye geometry, a new way to new insights into the origins of humanityChapter 1Why do we look into each others eyes?I have a friend, Yuri Lobanov. By nature he is shy, so he lowers his eyesoften during a conversation. Once, when I happened to overhear a conversationwas with his bride, I became aware of their sentence - Yuri, look into myeyes! Why do you then avert his eyes, you have something to hide? Why, sheasked Lobanov, to see her in the eye? I thought. They probably wanted to readin his eyes that he did not say in words. In my work as an ophthalmologist Isee people every day in the eyes. So I know that we are able to obtain fromthe eyes of a conversation partner for additional information. How often doyou hear, for example, someone looks sad or in love or fear bargain speaksfrom his eyes. But what can be actually seen from the eyes? Research results
 
on this topic I found in the literature, no. So I performed the following twoexperiments. I asked two highly educated people to each other gegenüberzu-7and set to entertain themselves, yet constantly looking at the other's feet.As long as the conversation went to a dry, slightly emotional issue, the twogot along, even though she was visibly uncomfortable feeling. As soon as Iturned the conversation to an emotional topic that was my request to see eachother's feet, intolerable to the test persons. - I have to check the accuracyof what is said through his eyes, said one of them. In the situation of"let's look into the eyes of" the two test subjects felt agreed well withless, as well as with highly emotional issues. For this experiment, I drewthe conclusion that the additional information we receive from the looks ofthe other party is clearly important are the second experiment was that Itook photos of famous actors, politicians and scientists, and cut it intothree parts. forehead, eyes and nose-mouth part of the face of the photoswere pictures of Alla Pugatchova Mikhail Gorbatchov, Oleg. Dali, ArnoldSchwarzenegger, Albert Einstein, Sofia Rotaru, Vladimir Vysotzki, LeonidBrezhnev and others. Then I asked seven people independently on the basis ofthe forehead, the question "Who's Who" answer. All subjects were irritated,and only in one case, they recognized Gorbatchov of his birthmark. The sameuncertainty felt by the subjects in the determination of the people after thegame, nose and mouth in the photos. Only one recognized the mouth of Brezhnev.Based on the eye area, the majority of test subjects, the question "Who'sWho" answer is mostly accurate, though not always immediately. All for somereason had trouble with the determination of Sofia Rotaru.8Through this experiment, I came to believe that we just received from theeyes of the face a maximum of information for the assessment of personality.But which ones? It is known that the human eye as a scanning beam works, theeyes make small movements in vision, with a view of the object in view scansback and forth. And that's what allows us the volume, size and many detailsto see an object. When scanning the globe, we can obtain only limitedinformation because the eyeball has as an anatomical organ in the visiblepart of only four important parameters: the white eye (the sclera), thetransparent glass shaped cornea (cornea), the pupil and the color of the iris,wherein these parameters change regardless of the state not of man. Thisallowed the conclusion that we look at a scanned information from the entireeye area of the face include what the eyelids, eyebrows, nose and eyes areangular. These parameters form a complex geometrical configuration around theeyes that are constantly changing, depending on the emotional state of man(joy, pain, etc.). Consequently, we look into the eyes to the changes of thegeometrical parameters of the eye to perceive the nearby area. This geometricinformation is scanned eye through the eye to the brain centers forwarded tothe cerebral cortex, where they are processed. Next, the processedinformation such reaches the cerebral cortex in the form of images by whichwe judge the other person. Geometrical parameters eyes But what pictures?Above all it is about the emotions (fear, joy, interest, apathy, etc.), thesight of the call-9partners are readable. In our eyes we can guess the nationality of a person(Japanese, Russian, Mexican, etc.). We can also some mental characteristics

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