Human Origins 14

Human Origins 14

In our last discussion we spoke of the art of living in the spaces.  It is time we should re-visit that idea and expand upon it.

We have provided several installments of the Kybalion in order to provide some of the ground work for this idea.

For those who have spent any amount of time just observing humanity, it is very clear that we are much like other living things in some ways.  I think of fish, swimming in schools. Or of birds flying in flocks.  Or of cattle moving in herds.

We do the same thing and in some ways we are even more tuned to cluster and move in waves.  In our social interactions this is abundantly clear.  What is the meaning of “going viral.”  That says it all.  People do things, look certain ways, think certain thoughts, and believe in certain ideas often for no other reason than it is what everyone else is doing.

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Human Origins 13 Paradigms Part Two

In our previous installment we heard Jordan Peterson describe the process of how a monotheistic God is built from the consciousness of human beings.

We also heard from Mark Stavish describing what an egregore is.

The parallel is immediately obvious.

What Jordan Peterson was describing in detail was the construction of the ultimate egregore.  What Mark Stavish refers to as a collective consciousness.  That is the modern terminology.

Now, before anyone recoils in shock with that statement, let us stop.

Consider where we have been and where we have progressed in this discussion so far.

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Human Origins 12 Paradigms Part One

Up to this point we have pulled several threads together and perhaps it might be useful from the western perspective to bring these ideas into a simplified form.

We have not yet shown the entire point and purpose of some of the ideas we have touched upon.

And we have not delved deeply into the weeds regarding the archeological and linguistic path of evidence for the claims made here.  There is a reason for that.

Zachariah Sitchin did a marvelous and comprehensive study of the direct written evidence of our complete thesis here in his Earth Chronicles series of books.  It is a massive work, and we have no need to reproduce it here. 

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Human Origins 11 The All

Here is a brief summary of the Hermetic idea of the All, as compared to the Christian Concept.

The concept of God as omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent has been a central pillar in various religious and philosophical traditions throughout history. Two distinct perspectives on this concept can be found in Christian theology and the teachings of the Kybalion, particularly in its notion of “The All.” This essay aims to explore and compare these perspectives, examining how the ideas of an all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-present deity manifest in these belief systems.

In Christian theology, God is portrayed as the Supreme Being, possessing three primary attributes: omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence.

Omnipotence: God is considered all-powerful, possessing infinite and unlimited power. The idea of an omnipotent God implies that He has the ability to create, shape, and control everything in the universe, both visible and invisible. This power is often associated with divine acts, such as the creation of the world and performing miracles.

Omniscience: God is believed to be all-knowing, possessing complete and perfect knowledge of everything past, present, and future. This concept suggests that God has a comprehensive understanding of the universe, including the thoughts, actions, and intentions of all beings. Omniscience also implies that God is aware of the consequences of all events and actions.

Omnipresence: God is thought to be present everywhere simultaneously, transcending physical boundaries. This idea signifies that God is not limited by time, space, or any material constraints. His presence is believed to extend to every corner of the universe, providing comfort and guidance to believers.

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Human Origins 10 Consciousness

Human Origins Part Ten

Some time ago we made note of the fact that there is a discrepancy between the actual facts of human origins, and the truncated tale in the Bible.

But we also made note that the monotheism that has arisen from Israel, and then taken on board wholly by the Christians, is not totally in error either.

Here is what we mean.

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Message Of Interest – Sons of God

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Human Origins Part Nine Planet Killer

We have covered a wide patch of ground in very little detail so far yet we have not answered the most important question.

What is the point of all of this whole discussion.

While there is still a massive amount of history to consider, it does not really help us to answer the question.

So let us take this time to make an attempt to put this entire narrative into perspective.

For some people it matters very little how and why the human race came to be.  Their lives are busy enough just doing the basics for survival.

That is quite normal.

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Human Origins Part Eight

In our last discussion we mentioned the dichotomy that arose in our human consciousness.  That dichotomy is the good and evil paradigm that is, for all practical purposes, the norm within western cultures. 

It comes from the Christian era, and from the precursor to Christianity.  In the scriptures of the history and faith of the people of Israel, the concept of one God first, and then the further concept of good and evil are firmly embedded.  An examination of those concepts yields the understanding that good is contained in obedience to the Lord, whereas evil is contained in dis-obedience to the Lord.

We also mentioned earlier that we have had the tendency to use superlatives when referring to God.  This is the same with respect to good and evil.  We see them as having absolute poles, even while recognizing that there may be degrees between them.

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Human Origins Part 7

Human Origins Part 7 – Monotheism

This would be a good time once more to stop, and reflect on the scope of what we have learned.

One of the most difficult parts of this entire narrative is its prosaic nature.

The implications are huge, but the history is anything but heroic or sublime.

Part of the world that we were raised with in the west is the tendency to create the superlatives and the absolutes, the highest and the best, and the lowest or the worst.

If we were to ask those who have studied the building of narratives in human culture, such as Doctor Jordan Peterson, the response would be that this tendency is quite normal, and an intrinsic part of a developing self-awareness, the self-consciousness that separates us as human beings from all other biological based sentient beings on earth.

This may be so, but what it has done, in our opinion, is distort the actual truth of history itself.  Now, we may want to say that such a distortion is harmless, in and of itself. 

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Human Origins Part Six – Gods And Eternity

Perhaps at this point it might be useful to make some clarifications.

When we speak of the race of beings known as the Annunaki we have to understand a little of their characteristics, beginning with their life-span.

When we speak of God today, particularly in the west, we have a conception of a being that is eternal.

In fact, the Christian faith teaching goes to the superlative in all areas.

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