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. 

And the only serious rebuttal offered is around the periphery; a bit of linguistic nit-picking regarding ancient Semitic language.  A dispute between experts that stands in the gargantuan shadow of the great revelation of our origins.  The linguistic period of dispute is long after the actual events that started and shaped the history of mankind.

Frankly it is feeble. It only stands because it concerns the language of the Jewish Torah, which has been adopted as the core of the Old Testament of the Christians.  This is where the objection finally centers in the west, and from Islam as well.  It is about faith.

But there is no shame in that.  In fact, despite the fact that the central premise of much of today’s faith in the west is faulty, and is based on historical conflation of facts and concepts;

yet still, the fact of faith, the practices of faith, are actually of paramount importance in the bringing of order out of chaos.  And in maintaining that order as chaos seeks to reassert dominance.  As Jordan Peterson has pointed out in the past, the desired balance of the two is illustrated in the well known Taoist symbol.

This is the great irony. But it begs explanation.

Jordan Peterson here gives a very compelling argument for the necessity of a monotheistic God.  To my mind, this is in large measure the reason we have monotheism in the west and why it has become so successful.  And this seems to function independent of the historical factual basis, as I believe it must.

In this part he gives a fascinating construction of how mankind gets to the essence of virtue itself.

This is a very biologically well grounded beginning for what we might later think is an eggregore.  An eggregore of the highest and most lasting kind, perhaps the essence of what an eggregore actually is. But more on that later.

That last comment is fascinating.  When the king of Israel thinks he is God, the real God comes along and wipes out the entire place and they have to start over.  Who might that be.  That sounds a lot like Enlil, and the way he tended to operate.  I, the lord your God am a jealous God.  Absolutely.

There have been a lot of people that have asked the question.  Why is the God of the Old Testament so severe and vengeful but the God of the New Testament is forgiving.

The answer is that the God of the Old Testament was the God Enlil, and the God of the New Testament is the version of God that Jordan Peterson is talking about, the creation of the abstraction, the God of the superlatives, the monotheistic ideal.  But here is more on that theme.

As a supplement to Jordan Peterson’s construction we may want to look at this from another perspective.  The esoteric world, the occult world, has understood the principle that the human mind is powerful, and combined with many other minds to a single purpose, or a single pattern or belief, or a complete structure of belief: this power can be immense.  We might say it is the classic strength in numbers.

In our time we have seen manifestations of this on a smaller scale yet in a way that we can recognize the power of the collective mind.  Cults are classic examples of this.  Yet there are other large forces that work because of the collective consciousness of many people.

Mark Stavish is one that has studied this phenomenon from the perspective of a student and practitioner of aspects of the occult.  His name for the phenomenon is eggregore.  He has written extensively about eggregores, in particular a book specifically on the subject.

Here are some excerpts from an interview with Barbara Delong that does a great job of explaining this.

We will pause here and take the time in another video installment to dig more deeply into this subject.

Perhaps you can see where we are going with this, but I think our conclusions might come as a surprise.

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