Ancient Civilisations: Six Great Enigmas

Pyramid GizaWill Hart & Robert Berringer, New Dawn
Waking Times

We stand today at an unprecedented turning point in human history. In recent years two versions of ancient history have formed. One, we shall call ‘alternative’ history, the other we shall refer to as ‘official’ history. The former ponders over a variety of anomalies and tries to make sense out of the corpus of evidence, i.e., the pyramids and timelines, why they were built, by whom and when. The latter conducts digs, catalogues pottery shards, and tries to defend its proposal there are no enigmas, and virtually everything is explained.

At one point perhaps as late as fifteen years ago these two camps seem to be engaged in an informal dialogue. That all changed after, 1) the Great Sphinx redating controversy caught Egyptologists off guard and, 2) the impact of Chris Dunn’s book The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt at the end of the last decade.

There is no more dialogue and no more polite, gloves on debate. The proponents of ‘official’ history have taken an increasingly political and ideological approach to the issue. They now do little more than offer pronouncements of the historical ‘truth’ on the one hand, and denounce of all those who dare challenge officialdom on the other. In this context we offer evidence that our ‘scholars’, the gatekeepers who control our institutions of ‘higher learning’, refuse to consider.

The Great Pyramid – Precision Engineering

This colossal structure, the last of the seven ancient wonders and the largest stone building in the world, still provokes awe, controversy and a plethora of theories that inspire bitter debate to this day. Instead of going over the well-established mysteries, we would like to shine new light on this important enigma that appears out of place in ‘Stone Age’ Egypt.

The real challenge the Great Pyramid still poses to us in the opening decade of the Third Millennium is the physical plant itself. Theorists have gone on endlessly speculating about how it was built and the metaphysical, cultural and religious significance and/or symbolism behind its construction. Though several authors have offered tantalising possibilities, none have been conclusively proven.

The mystery remains unsolved.

To begin with, the massive size – the staggering volume and weight of the building blocks – remain problematic. With an estimated 2.3 million blocks with a weight of about 4 million tons, the pyramid is two-thirds the mass of the Hoover Dam. The sheer size and the numbers of blocks that had to be quarried and moved into place, presents numerous architectural, construction and engineering headaches.

These issues have been raised time and again, yet are still unsettled. It is time to move on and define the even more difficult issues. We consider the core ‘hard’ problems to be those that reflect precision engineering and assembly line manufacturing accomplished on a massive scale. The primitive tools scenario concocted by Egyptologists does not explain the following tasks:

1. Creating precision-cut casing blocks weighing 16 tons, fitted together and held by a super-glue mortar that maintained a tight seal forming a nearly seamless shell.

2. Leveling the 13-acre limestone bedrock base to a degree of accuracy only recently achieved with laser technology.

3. Squaring the base to True North with minimal deviation.

4. Excavating the ‘Descending Passage’ 350 feet into solid bedrock at a 26-degree angle while keeping the tunnel arrow-straight for its length.

5. Bringing the massive 48-story pyramid together around complex internal structures, retaining the true shape to enable the builders to form the apex. (These internal structures include four enigmatic ventilation shafts and a coffer in the King’s Chamber that is too large to have been moved through the opening. It shows evidence of having been cut with a jewel-tip saw.)

6. Extensive usage of different types of machined granite inside the Great Pyramid chambers.

The father of modern Egyptology, Sir Flinders Petrie, marvelled at the precision and size of the casing blocks. He carefully measure the blocks and found that “the mean thickness of the joints are .020 and therefore, the mean variation of the cutting of the stone from a straight line and from a true square, is but .01 on length of 75 inches up the face, an amount of accuracy equal to most modern opticians’ straight-edges of such a length.”

The modern international engineering firm of Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Menendhall conducted a forensic analysis of the Great Pyramid. Their findings are evaluated in an article published in Civil Engineering.

The pyramid was oriented with its major sides either north-south or east-west. This in itself was a remarkable undertaking, given the accuracy to which it was done, because the Egyptians had to perform the work using astronomical or solar observations – the compass had not yet been invented. The dimensions of the pyramid are extremely accurate and the site was levelled within a fraction of an inch over the entire base. This is comparable to the accuracy possible with modern construction methods and laser levelling.1

The summary speaks volumes between the lines. The problems with the Descending Passage are numerous. For starters the tunnel is less than 4 x 4 feet, enough for no more than one excavator wielding a hammer-stone at any given moment. How would our proposed digging crew negotiate the space in the suffocating darkness once they had dug down 50 feet and more? In addition how would the 26-degree angle be set and maintained without lights or levels? The lack of carbon deposits on walls and ceiling indicate that torches were not used.

Once again, Petrie measured the passage and found an amazing accuracy of .020 of an inch over 150 feet and a mere .250 inch over 350 feet of its constructed and excavated length. We submit that this passage with its smooth surfaces, squared shape, and accurate angle could not have been tunnelled with primitive tools and methods.

The Great Pyramid remains the world’s greatest wonder and ancient enigma. We suggest researchers should pay more attention to these details and ask about the materials used inside the Great Pyramid, especially near the ventilation shafts. We now have two doors blocking a very important shaft, the one that pointed to the star Sirius in 2450 BCE.

The Origin Of Dogs – Biogenetic engineering

Now we turn to a mystery that nearly equals the pyramid, though it is a little known conundrum hidden in the mists of remote antiquity. Let us start with a simple question that appears to have an obvious answer: what is a dog? It turns out geneticists in the past decade have shown the answer is not so obvious. In fact, generations of anthropologists, archaeologists and wildlife biologists turned out to be dead wrong when it came to the origins of “man’s best friend”.

Prior to DNA studies conducted in the 1990s, the generally accepted theory posited that dogs branched off from a variety of wild canids, i.e., coyotes, hyenas, jackals, wolves and so on, about 15,000 years ago. The results of the first comprehensive DNA study shocked the scholarly community. The study found that all dog breeds can be traced back to wolves and not other canids. The second part of the finding was even more unexpected – the branching off occurred from 40-150,000 years ago.

Why do these findings pose a problem? We have to answer that question with another question: how were dogs bred from wolves? This is not just difficult to explain, it is impossible. Do not be fooled by the pseudo-explanations put forth by science writers that state our Stone Age ancestors befriended wolves and somehow (the procedure is never articulated) managed to breed the first mutant wolf, the mother of all dogs. Sorry, we like dogs too, but that is what a dog is.

The problems come at the crucial stage of taking a male and female wolf and getting them to produce a subspecies (assuming you could tame and interact with them at all). Let us take this one step further by returning to our original question, what is a dog? A dog is a mutated wolf that only has those characteristics of the wild parent, which humans find companionable and useful. That is an amazing fact.

Think about those statements for a moment. If you are thinking that dogs evolved naturally from wolves, that is not an option. No scientist believes that because the stringent wolf pecking order and breeding rituals would never allow a mutant to survive, at least that is one strong argument against natural evolution.

Now, if our Paleolithic ancestors could have pulled off this feat, and the actual challenges posed by the process are far more taxing, then wolf/dog breeders today certainly should have no problem duplicating it. But like the Great Pyramid, that does not seem to be the case. No breeders have stepped up to the plate claiming they can take two pure wolves and produce a dog sans biogenetic engineering techniques.

The evolution of the domesticated dog from a wild pack animal appears to be a miracle! It should not have happened. This is another unexplained enigma.

Mohenjo Daro – Civil Engineering

Since indoor plumbing did not arrive in modern societies to any extent until the 20th century, and urban planning has still not been adopted much to this date in history, what we find in the ancient city of Mohenjo Daro is anomalous indeed.

This city in the Indus Valley was built on a grid system about 4,500 years ago, obviously planned out and drawn up before the first brick was laid. It had houses, some with indoor plumbing, a granary, baths, an assembly hall and towers all made out of standard size bricks. The streets were about eight to ten feet wide on average, and were built with well-engineered drainage channels.

Mohenjo Daro was divided into two parts; the Citadel was on the upper level and included an elaborate tank called the Great Bath that was made of fine quality brickwork and drains. The Great Bath was 40 feet long and 8 feet deep, a huge public facility by any standards. A giant granary, a large residential building, and several assembly halls were also on this upper level.

The Great Bath was made watertight by the use of two layers of brick, lime-cement and then finally sealed with bitumen (tar). The bath included a shallow section for children.

We should wonder how an ancient culture of which nothing is known, not even their language, created this sophisticated city at a point in time many thousands of years ahead of the curve? Civil engineers do not crawl out of thatched-roof huts able to draw up plans for a complex urban environment. We need to address the following question to archaeologists and historians:

1. Where are the cities that demonstrate the path of urban development, social and technical organisation, leading to Mohenjo Daro?

2. How do you explain the sudden emergence of a complex society when 99.99% of the rest of humanity were living primitively?

These issues cannot be brushed aside with some arrogant pretence that the questions have already been addressed and answered by digging up and labelling pottery shards and other artefacts. We have been and are being overly indulgent with our “soft sciences” regarding their cavalier assertions about having all the answers. In fact, they have very few, so why are they throwing stones at independent researchers from behind glass towers?

Extraordinarily little is known about the Indus Valley civilisation that once spanned nearly a thousand miles with other cities matching the description of Mohenjo Daro.

We file this under our list of great enigmas and challenge orthodox scholars to prove differently as with the first two of our mysteries.

We note that the Indus Valley civilisation was contemporary with the Great Pyramid. It is often said this was one of the first three civilisations, having a written script that has never been deciphered. Now we turn next to the mother of all civilisations, Sumer.

Sumeria – The Source Of Civilisation

Are we missing something or are our historians looking at our earliest civilisations through a strange and distorted lens? Like Egypt and the Indus Valley, the biblical ‘Land of Shinar’ – the birthplace of Abraham – was a brutally hot, largely barren, empty desert with a mighty river cutting a swath through it. Does this sound like the magnet that would attract late Stone Age tribes to hunker down and pull wonders out of a hat?

In fact, historians thought Shinar was a piece of biblical fiction until the mid-19th century, but now they know everything about it with complete certitude that we, the unwashed masses, dare not question. Nonetheless, we encourage readers to maintain an attitude of healthy skepticism and dare to question ‘official history’.

As is the case with the culture that built the cities of the Indus Valley, no one knows who the ancient Sumerians were or where they came from. They called themselves ‘the black-headed ones’ and spoke a strange language that was unrelated to the languages of the Semitic tribes in the region. Some linguists note a similarity between the Sumerian language and that of the Basques, another anomalous culture.

We find it curious that any primitive peoples would choose the rigours of a hostile desert environment to settle in and build a civilisation. Why not a gentle river in a forested mountain valley? Especially in light of the fact that Sumeria contained very few resources, no forests, no minerals, not even the rocks that were plentiful in Egypt.

How are we to explain the fact this mysterious culture managed to invent all of the core components of civilisation under such restrictive conditions? It occurs to us that a culture would need minerals like copper, gold, silver and tin immediately available to experiment with over the course of generations in order to create process metallurgy. There is nothing simple or accidental about making the connection between raw ores, the metals they contain, and how to reduce them out of their native state using high heat.

Nevertheless, the Sumerians not only figured out geology, how to obtained the ore, knew the levels of heat needed and how to build kilns to achieve it, they also took very different metals and created the first alloy, bronze. As metal-smiths were performing these feats, other citizens were apparently creating the wheel, building cities, ziggurats, inventing writing, movable type, the ox-drawn plow, cereal crop agriculture, and advanced mathematics, to mention the most notable of their innovations.

Something is wrong with this picture. Most human beings were counting using their fingers, if at all, hunting animals and gathering plants for their meals. Yet, we find the Sumerians in classrooms learning the principles of the sexigesimal math system. Yes, the very same 60-base system we use today to keep track of hours, minutes and seconds. This advanced system was the first to reveal that a circle has 360 degrees and can be subdivided using 60, 30, 15, 12, etc., all fractions of the root number.

Teotihuacán – Anomalous Technical Evidence

Teotihuacán, in Mexico, is an immense, even overwhelming archaeological site, oriented along a twin axis. In the 1960s a team of archaeologists and surveyors mapped out the entire complex in great detail. The resultant map revealed an urban grid centred around two principal, almost perpendicular, alignments.

From the Pyramid of the Moon at the north end, the complex extends south along the Avenue of the Dead beyond the Ciudadela and Great Compound complexes for about 3.2 kilometres. To this north-south axis we must add an east-west alignment that led from a point near the Pyramid of the Sun to a spot of prime astronomical significance on the western horizon.

Anthony Aveni, an astronomer-anthropologist, discovered that on the day the Sun passes directly overhead in the spring of the Northern Hemisphere (May 18), the Pleiades star cluster makes its first annual predawn appearance. It was at this point on the western horizon that the Pleiades set, and the builders aimed the east-west axis.

Additionally, the Sun also sets at this point on the horizon on August 12 – the anniversary of the beginning of the current Mesoamerican calendar cycle (5th Sun) – determined by a consensus of academic and independent scholars to have begun on August 12, 3114 BCE.

It is very clear Teotihuacán was laid out according to a set of alignments that reflected celestial, geographic, as well as geodetic relationships. Walking along the avenue from one pyramid to another, up the steps to the top, and surveying the site from a multitude of angles, one is struck by the sense of being in the middle of some vast geometric matrix.

Teotihuacán was the first true urban centre in the Americas. At its peak around 500 CE, it boasted a population of an estimated 200,000. George E. Stuart, archaeologist and the editor of National Geographic magazine sums up our ignorance:

We speak of it with awe, as we do the pyramids of Egypt, but we still know next to nothing about the origins of the Teotihuacános, what language they spoke, how their society was organised, and what caused their decline.2

As for one the most anomalous of artefacts on the planet, in the 1900s archaeologists discovered a sheet of mica in the upper tiers of the Pyramid of the Sun. This was no ho-hum pottery shard to catalogue and file away in a dusty box, yet that is about how archaeologists treated the find. To anyone with even a smattering of technical knowledge, discovering a large sheet of mica in an ancient pyramid site comes as a shock. In fact, it is one of the great ‘smoking guns’ that turn archaeologists mum.

Mica is an inflammable and non-conductive mineral that grows in fairly weak plate-like structures. It is not at all useful as a structural building material. NASA uses it as a radiation shield in space vehicles. Mica is also utilised in electronic components and microwave ovens, and it is a good shield for electromagnetic radiation, like radio waves. Like the Great Pyramid, the Pyramid of the Sun has a subterranean cavity under the middle of the pyramid. A large pyramid with layers of thick mica would be an excellent EMI shield.

Its placement in the complex raises questions that we could only answer today after the development of electronic, atomic and space age technologies.

Thick sheets of mica were also found by archaeologists about 400 meters down the avenue from the Sun Pyramid, these precision-cut sheets were of considerable size: 27.5 meters square. They were located under a rock-slab floor of a complex now called “the Mica Temple”.

What possible reason could the builders have had for including a layer of mica in any structure? It was obviously not decorative. To add greatly to the growing mystery, the particular mica used was traced to Brazil. Now we are getting in deep. How would a supposedly indigenous “Stone Age” culture know that mica existed 3200 kilometres away in the jungles of Brazil? Not only that, how did they transport these large sheets over that long distance intact without wheeled vehicles? Surely not via relay teams on foot travelling overland! No large seagoing boats or ports have ever been found in ancient Mexico.

High Technology In Stone Age Peru

Lake Titicaca borders Bolivia and Peru in the Andes. The highest large lake in the world, there are many signs it was once exposed to the ocean. Megalithic structures like the Gateway of the Sun in Tiahuanacu, Bolivia, also indicate a long lost past. The gateway was carved out of one solid block, the hard way to make a gate.

Moving northward near Cuzco, Peru, we find even more large, impressive and mysterious structures. Here we find walls built with complex jigsaw type megalithic blocks similar to the more familiar walls found at nearby Machu Picchu. Some of the megalithic structures contain complex cut-rocks weighing over 100 tons; a few were joined together by bronze clamps. Some of the bronze had obviously been poured in place, a skill not available in pre-Columbian Peru.

Like Sumer, the high Andes is an unlikely location for Stone Age cities, evidence of advanced technologies, and seminal agricultural discoveries. It is well established that the region around Tiahuanco, at 12,500 feet elevation, had been turned into a highly productive agricultural zone. That was achieved by the building of dikes, dams, canals and raised beds that created microclimates which protected the plants from frost.

We have attempted to show our planet is full of ancient wonders and mysteries that have yet to be solved. You can find more information as well as our theories on who and what created these enigmas in our books, The Genesis Race (by Will Hart) and Ancient Gods and Their Mysteries: Will They Return in 2012 AD? (by Robert Berringer).

About the Author

Will Hart is a journalist, photographer, and filmmaker who has investigated ancient mysteries and evidence of extraterrestrial intervention on Earth since 1969. His first book The Genesis Race: Our Extraterrestrial DNA and the True Origins of the Species is the outcome of three decades of research. Robert Berringer is the author of Ancient Gods and Their Mysteries: Will They Return in 2012 AD? which is distributed by Book Clearing House and available from He can be contacted at


1. ‘Program Management BC’, Civil Engineering, June 1999, Craig Smith, P.E.,

2. ‘The Timeless Vision of Teotihuacán’, National Geographic magazine, December 1995

The above article appeared in New Dawn No. 90 (May-June 2005).

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  • very interesting article….good job

  • Michael Bethel

    Regarding the Great Pyramids I personally think the riddle has been solved and quite convincingly. Even so the scientific community at large seems to continue to reject it despite the fact that it answers every single problem and question posed by their construction…. watch this video on the geopolymer site of a pyramid stone be produced with primitive equipment in a very short time, fascinating and shows just how advanced this civilization was.

    • Anonymous

      Thank you very much I had never heard of Ari Kar before! Why is this theory not popular?

  • Dogs. Early man finds a litter of wolf puppies, and raises them. The puppies grow up as members of the pack of man, not as members of a pack of wolves. They are disciplined by men, not wolves, and as such, learn to bend to the will of man. They breed, and the process is repeated.

    After some number of generations, the wildness is bred out of them. They are also selected for other traits, fur length and color, size, temperment, etc. 100,000 years of this and there is a wide variety of dogs.

  • ThomasT

    The answers are in The Pleiadian Mission by Randolph Winters, that a condensation of Billy Meiers 1800 pages of published Contact Notes with…et. Winters spent 3 months with Meier in Switzerland and gleaned much more interesting info.

    If you want to believe the articles mysteries are mysteries, that ‘we are alone’, and that you came from chimp, that is none of my business.

  • leo

    facinating stuff, it seems the common link to all ancient cultures was the worship of the sun it was the source of life and means to sustain it.
    the technology of the ancients may have come from the person of Cain from the biblical story of Eden, it is said of Cain when he was cast out of the garden he went Eastward and built great cities. he was gendered by the “Serpent” or ” “shining one” he was in possion of extra knowledge inherited from the fallen angel Lucifer.

  • G Humphries

    Here is another> Puts the “barbarian” invasions of Rome in a new light — these were not necesarily people of low culture that migrated West. And the knee-jerk conventional wisdom that Mesopotamia was the “cradle of civilization” is BS that is linked to our Western regligious heritage — Abraham came from there so therefore no other civiliation (except Egypt) is worth considering. Archaological evidence suggest Hinduism and Sanskrit were fully developed as early as 8,000 years ago, which therefore predates Mesopotamia and Egypt by several millenia. And if we bump the “African genesis” theory against world populations, we find that that Africa remains depopulated and India and China are home to billions, suggesting the origen of Homo Sapiens is way farther to the East. During the last Ice Age, the western coast of India was 700 km farther west, and the Persian Gulf was dry, suggesting that the Great Civilzations and their cities and monuments are still undiscovered fathoms below the surface of the Indian Ocean. Fortunately Gonur-Tepe is inland, but because of the prejudice of Western scholars and Western cultural identity, it remains unsung.

    • farang

      You are correct. In fact, the author states a fallacy: “Abraham” did not come from Sumer. To begin with, he is called “Abram”, then “The Lord” changes it to Abraham. One plausible theory, from the wonderful mind of Andis Kaulins (lexiline blog), is that some early translators of texts read his name backwards, that he is actually Hammurabi, both from 1900 BC “Ur.”

      My belief, not my theory but one I agree with, is that “Abram” is not a name, it is a title, and that this particular “Abram” came from the Sarasvati River valley of ancient India, they were a Brahma worshiping Vedic culture, and that his “old wife” Sarai is a refernece to the dried up Sarasvati River that these people migrated out of @ 1900 BC during a horrendous drought, moved to a nearby tributary called the Ghaggar River, then migrated further west…into Egypt. I believe these people, or earlier migrations out of India built the pyramids.

      You see, “Abram” is A Brahman…a priest of Brahma. “Sarai”, later “Sarah” is the Sarasvati river. The Ghaggar river is her “handmaiden” Haggar.

      The Egyptian Creator God, “Ptah” (he created the gods, then “Khnum” created humans” is depicted sometimes as golden, and sometimes ‘sleeping” with eyes closed: Buddha. (“Odd” isn’t it, how the so-called experts always “forget” to place the vowels in ancient Egyptian names when it discloses a secret they wish hidden?):Putah/Butah/Buddha. In fact, at Saqqara (Shakara) is the “Hall of Sokar” in the “Hall of Kings”….and on one wall is depicted Thutmose III making an offering to a seated Ptah, with the god Sokar and Amun standing behind him. Sokar, according to, is pronounced “Show car” or “Choiek.”

      Understand? That means a trilogy called ShowcarAmun Ptah…Shakamuni Buddha. Believe it…only this was in 1500s BC.

      Another clue: Amenhotep III (The Great Solomon King, but not the biblical one, that was ramses II) had another name the Mittani king called him (Mittani king Tushratta, which is really Dhritashtera, the famous INDIAN king): Nebumatra. Understand? That is Golden (Nebu)MatRaYa: The Buddha before Shakamuni. The “Egyptian” god Ra/Re? Rama. Hathor? The Hindu/Vedic Mother Cow goddess.

      The “Mayan” calandar? That is another name for the Vedic Mother Goddess: Maya. Notcie well: The Peruvians had a monkey god with almost exactly the same name as the Vedic money god Hanuman. Their royalty held umbrellas, just like Vedic royalty. They built pyramids almost exactly like found in route from India to Peru, like in Indonesia.

      And…the king Dhritashtera? He was of the Puru Dynasty of India. PURU. One brother was named Yayati.

      What was Amenhotep III’s father-in-law called??? Yuya, or Yuyu and his wife Tuya, his daughter married to Amenhotep III? Tiye.

      That cannot be a “coincidence”, agreed?

    • Nimadan

      During the last Ice Age, the Persian Gulf was almost certainly a great river valley, through which flowed the continuation of the Tigris-Euphrates. Some of the natives of the region claim that ruins can be seen on the sea floor to this day in some of the shallower sections of the Gulf. Supposedly, these ruins have never been studied due to the political and economic sensitivity of the region.

      This is not impossible. Both of the major states bordering the Gulf (Iran and Saudi Arabia) are governed by semi-theocracies based on Abrahamic religions. A regime, whose official dogma is that the world was created 5000 years ago, is not going to be friendly to investigation of ruins twice that age.

      Economic factors may enter in to it as well. If there’s oil under the Gulf, nobody is going to let archeological preservationists interfere with the business off extracting the liquid gold.

      Regarding the matter of sea levels in the last Ice Age, you realize this applies to the other oceans as well, I trust? The Mid-Atlantic Ridge would have above sea level at the height of glaciation. This puts Atlantis back on the table and in exactly the spot it’s supposed to be in according to Plato’s account.

      While I don’t agree with everything “farang” says, he may be on to something. During the last Ice Age, the archiplegos that now dot the Pacific were single landmasses of sub-continental size. In addition, many reefs and seamounts of the modern Pacific were full-fledged islands during glaciation. What I’m getting at is it the low sea levels would have made it much much easier for low-tech seacraft to cross the Pacific (in either direction). There may indeed have been substantial contact in this period between mainland Asia and Meso-America.

  • SteveB

    It is stated in the Hermetic teachings as the first principle that “The All is Mind, the Universe is Mental, and We live in the Mind of the All”. So it follows that if you can think it, then it DOES exist – somewhere.” I think therefore i Am” is also a reference to this first Principle. It truly is a wonder to behold when one engages the ‘spiritual’ nature within themselves and begins to co-create using thought to manifest one’s desired outcome/ thing. However, I think cirrus 108 that you,by way of your articulation above, are merely ‘preaching to the converted’ as very few of the people who really need to ‘get it’ – ie. the Blind/ Blinded – will understand any of what you so neatly constructed.
    However the article itself was a great start for those people with the space of mind to be even vaguely curious about the numerous ‘wonders’ left behind by long past ancient cultures, who clearly demonstrated their knowledge of the Universal Laws, the Alchemical possibilities of Nature, and the infinite capacities of the ‘MIND’. A fabulous book I would thoroughly recommend to anyone wishing to pursue these topics further is “Fingerprints of the Gods” by Graham Hancock.

  • dimitri

    Commenters make it very clear that 21st Century ignorance is painful, and no longer blissful.

    I’ve also often wondered about dogs. The usual stories about their origins just never seemed to add up. The Egyptians portrayed them in their art. And so…?

  • @william dacey:

    Kindly visit, or net, google jusuf or yusuf estes. Hope u find the answers to ur questions….

    tjoaginsing which is googleable!

  • cirrus108

    When, instead of marvelling at the Exact Knowledge which was there before the advent of human thoughts, the latter being the source of Aborted/Inexact/Empirical Knowledge, a human tries to own Reality by offering some “explanation”/knowledge, then that human will be limited by his own materialism, oka Brain Development/Robotism. When it comes to BD, however, not only does it merely “scales”/develop from The Past to The Future, trivialing and missing out on The Present, BD also lacks Conscience, Conscience being firstly the consciousness and secondly the awareness that one is human and is neither animal nor vegetation. Humanity being of Duality/Dual-Natured, when a principle is lacking, it will be substituted with the concept of Under vs Over. For example, when Conscience is lacking/absent, it will be replaced by Over/Superficial Conscience and since every human is dual-natured, Over is then merely Under expressed [with Under being Over suppressed]. This is because humans are Energy Transformers, oka Takers or The Conditioned-Conditional, whose universe is that of Robbing Peter to Pay Paul, oka The Zero Sum Game, the duty of those who cannot Give/be-Unconditional being to Take/be-Conditional.

    The above illustration is one reason why “Science-Scientist”, or the futuristic aspect of thought, lacks Conscience, A Simplicity which Eludes. This is because Conscience only resides within The Present, oka Heart Development, the real heart being located in The Limbic/Fontanale-Bone Area which “sits”/”presides” above The Brain and could be seen to pulsate in sync with the physical/material heart during infancy before TFBA closes. BD, oka The Width, is akin to a bat having an acute sense of the audible and yet lacks the sensibility, oka The Depth, to music. It is like a dog having a wide sense of smell and yet is unable to resolve the depth of the olfactory that is of filth and beauty.

    Those who are mired into the glitzy and starry-eyed of “Science & Technology”, “Gadgetry”, “Aliens”, “Outer Space”, “Time”, [and even “Lizard-tology”], “Trekking”, Righting This & That of The Topsy-Turvy, and so forth firstly ought to realise [asap] that thinking is just another word for premeditation and therefore lacks Innateness/Morality. For example, no normal human needs to think about leaping off a 10-storey building just like that, whereas the blind-blinded will always ‘fink about eet if only because the bills are waay beyond resolution and the Life Insurance Policy is ….. Premeditation/thoughtfulness therefore lacks conscience but when one acts innately, should Morality be the shadow and not Amorality-Immmorality-Moralising-Thoughtfulness, then all is fine otherwise Mesmerism, oka some authority of control-freakism, is then the driver and not The Authority which comes from being Moral and not some acronym. Above all else, should there be the unseen spiritual realm which “shadows” the material realm and could be “accessed” by others much like one “accesses” sight, then infinity is the limit, let alone trying to relay spirituality to those who have yet to switch back on their spiritual [6th] sense, the state before it was relinquished for the 5 senses of the malleability of thoughts, which happened after one’s Fontanale Bone “closes”/ossifies.

    For those who imagine that mesmerism is like a zombie in a goo-goo, ga-ga state, be conscious and then be aware that mesmerism is like some “Political Rallying Crowd” or “Football Game Crowd” and is categorised as being normal by most similarly mesmerised humans. In reality, Mesmerism is merely the recalling of a hidden message drummed into the impressionable whilst they were the blankness ripe for the scribing and is merely an addicition of [all] sorts, Addicition being that which is self-mutually damaging and yet could not be denied. This is why Malevolence is not about destroying but about devolving. Afterall, being merely an energy transformer, Malevolence lacks the abilty to truly destroy otherwise Humanity would not have existed, whilst remembering that only those who are able to truly create [energy] are able to truly destroy [energy].

    Apart from being Cruel/Over, oka the overtly visible, Malevolence devolves Cunningly/Underly, oka the covertly invisible, oka Comfort. As such, do not be comforted by the lovey-dovey and cuteness of the toothfairy of “Science” and “Aliens”. There is no such thing should Spirituality exists, which It does but not for the blind-blinded of Religion & Religiosity, R&R being The Mesmeric Tentacle of The Bookie, be the religion emotional, material or intellectual/”mental”. As Shakespeare alluded to, “There are more things in [Reality] …… than are dreamt of in your philosophy/[Relativity]”.

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    • Anonymous

      I thought it was incredibly interesting

    • Anonymous

      Wow. Wish I knew u personally

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    • Val Thor

      Not everyone’s road involves the personal search for their place, or even the source of their happiness in this world. Some people are here to just watch the stories. Some are here to provoke others to think so they can start searching for their journey. A person’s walk has nothing to with their journey. The journey happens with every breath because only by breathing are we even living. Where we move or travel makes no difference to the breath.

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    • I have know doubt it was something like that, there are just to many things like were did dogs and other things come from certainly not from us what would they breed them with, of course there are higher powers then us kids lol There is a story to all of this and only who knows.we find out some how after this life probley ,there is so much we do not know. 🙂

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