How and For What Reason?
We as humans not only scattered across the entire planet but we also inhabited parts of the planet that we should never be able to live. When you look back at the ancient Egyptians and just about every ancient civilization was far more advanced in the context of connection with each other.
Research is dangerous if you attach yourself to any one belief as truth. Ancient civilizations seem to have known something beyond even our comprehension. Yet most of us like to believe that we are the most advanced form of human beings because of our technology. I like to think that there's an ancient knowledge locked up in the heart of most ancient civilizations and we have far more to learn than most would agree.
ikolai Tesla knew it and so did a lot of other great minds. There's something about the Phi ratio and the Fibonacci sequence that stands out to me most, almost as if all great civilizations somehow knew about this ancient Secret. Now with the precipice of all this new technology it gives us hope to being able to find the true answers about history.
I believe the answers will shock a lot of people and that these ancient civilizations were far more advanced than we like to have believed. So, when looking at history one must look within and ask the question, not how they build such big & amazing complex structures but why? ~ Mike Pass
Fingerprints of the Gods
Not long ago, I finished reading a controversial book which caused me to rethink the way that I perceive History as we know it! Many of you will already be familiar with it. This book was Fingerprints of the Gods - A Quest for the Beginning and the End by Graham Hancock. It puts forward the possibility of the existance of an extremely ancient, but highly advanced civilization which existed in Prehistory. One which served as the common progenitor to all subsequent known ancient civilizations.
Hancock proposes that sometime around the end of the last Ice Age, this civilisation ended in cataclysm but passed down its profound knowledge of subjects such as Astronomy, Architecture and Mathematics. Take for example, the occurrence of such features as the Pyramids. If you compare the Pyramid of Zozer at Saqqara with that of Kukulcan/Quetzalcoatl at Chichen Itza, there are some striking similarities! Also compare the traditional reed boats of Lake Titicaca with the boats of Ancient Egypt and they are almost identical.
Then there are the maps of the World which show Antarctica as having an ice free coastline during the last Ice Age! These maps were drawn long before Antarctica was discovered, so how exactly do historians explain this anomaly? The maps in question are the Piri Reis map, drawn at Constantinople in AD 1513 and the Oronteus Finnaeud map drawn in 1531. Antarctica was not discovered by us until 1818, more than 300 years after Piri Reis drew his map! Personally I am inclined to follow Hancocks thinking! ~ Fiona Davis
History is Eternal.
History is important. Grounding yourself in the present moment, before looking into the past, is important. If you ask, "How can you stay grounded in the present moment while thinking about the past?" I will say, "Just as in the present time, the present moment becomes eternal for those who remain present, so too did every present moment of the past become eternal for those who were present-minded then. Therefore, every moment of the past, became and remains an eternal moment." History is eternal. ~ Raven's Sacred Voice
Is History a Disease?
The Spiral of Time
We are the Ancestors of ourselves, literally and figuratively. Our spirits/souls/light bodies have lived in the physical bodies of the Ancestors of Us. Their struggles and dramas, their hopes, fears, needs and passions are as human and relevant as ours today. The spiral of time has the same Great Stairway for us all.
Our physical minds and memories "re-visit" the age old human stories that have gone before but that doesn't mean there's no progress because there is. Our Essence, our Divinely alive selves that inhabit these physical bodies, do so with the purpose of experiencing THIS life you are leading in just THIS way. With THESE choices and THESE lessons our "souls" have their own grand plans and purposes. The history of this world is a school room, a string of good and bad, light and dark, sleep and wake that we all experience differently.
Our collective "stories" that we (mostly) agree on and write down in our books are not un-true, but neither are they completely true. Maybe that's what is so fascinating for historians and archaeologists. The trying to "fix" the past in a way that stays as still in our minds as possible. To give us a firm place to stand to view the world from. We all have our "favorite" times in history we resonate with or that draws us. I too feel that "pull" and have these half learned, half felt time metaphors that echo for me.
Places and people, situations and journeys that add the spice, the individual flavour to each and every one of us. Not one life on this world or any other does not have "A History". The trick is to realise that history is a metaphor, ESPECIALLY SHARED HISTORY, if it's looked into and examined closely from the individual's perspective then the cohesion of the big picture falls apart. BOTH VERSIONS ARE TRUE, It's the whole "tapestry" of all events that is "recorded" in the manifestation log" of the Akashic records, according to some theories.
So,... Know that your journey is no more or less important than anyone's. You are hear to learn, grow, experience THIS TIME NOW. Choose your highest way and be kind to yourselves and eachother. ~ Ethany Broon
Our History Lesson
Our past selves are what built us up to what we are today. Them going through the choices and perspectives to allow us a more open minded approach to our future.
Our history is our lesson, learn from what we chose to do before. So we can make our present better for the whole.
~ Joshua Morace
On Shoulders of Giants
I understand when Sir Isaac Newton said, 'if I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants'. And as I stand here looking back through the history of mankind, I am both horrified and filled with hope.
There is no better time to be alive than right now and no clearer time to see the mistakes we have made. If being honest about our history will take us forward, we have a strategy to halt distraction & destruction in it's tracks. Now we are learning what the history classes didn't teach. We are learning to see the truth with our own eyes and to find unity. Wisdom and healing come to all from the telling of the stories and unburdening the heart. Residential school story horrifies me, it is also what gives me hope.
To build the history of tomorrow we need to get clear about how to be reflective in a way that the wisdom can rise up. If I can leave my print on history, I would wrap up the past and transform it in the here & now so that every child in the history books our ancestors read, will know what it means to have peace. ~ Barbara
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