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Early Warning Systems

Monday, September 27th, 2021

Ancient megalithic stone structures litter the world. They are mostly thought of as tombs, temples, sacrificial altars, etc.

For some strange reason, current scientific explanations for their existence usually refers to some religious beliefs, as if the ancients had nothing better to do with their time but spend enormous amounts of effort just to worship some deity… Probably the sun. Well, there is a strong and obvious link to the sun – some are even named with that reference, for example, the Gate of the Sun.

There is also another theory to explain their existence, and that is that they were ancient observatories. It seems that the ancients were, for some strange reason, preoccupied with tracking equinoxes and solstices, as well as other celestial bodies like distant stars.

As we can see, precise tracking of these events, and movement of far-away stars was very important to them, and the question is why. Why would they spend so much time and energy moving gigantic blocks of granite and placing them with absolute precision just so they could sacrifice a goat on a specific day? I’m sure that could have been achieved with just a stick in the ground… In other words, the amount of effort just does not justify the reason. Something far more important would have to be needed for this.

One other thing to note in this discussion, is the controversy as to the age of these structures. Most of them are dated from 5 to 10 thousand years BC, as per the links referenced above. However, there is always some disagreement as to the dating and the methods used, as exampled by the water erosion of the Sphinx.

Considering all of the above information, let’s have a look at the theory that Earth flips on its axis every now and then. If that were to happen, it obviously would cause great cataclysms on the planet. Most likely, an extinction event. This, apparently, happens every 12 thousand years and we are also due for one soon.

So, the ancients’ preoccupation with solar events, shown in the precision and magnitude of the structures, can be explained with surviving one of these events and making sure that they would not get caught by surprise ever again.

Survival is enough of justification for the effort. I would argue that the effort is actually proportional to the purpose – an early warning system built to withstand local vandals as well as disasters; storms, hurricanes and earthquakes. Any deviation of the sun’s rays from the baseline on the important days would signify that the planet axis is tilting. And that would mean it’s time to head to the bunkers.

Of course, this is only speculation, however the age of these structures points to them being built after the last such event and this lends credibility to this hypothesis. And what if these structures are even older, let’s say 24, or even 36 thousand years? What would this mean for our civilization and history?


It’s all the same

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

Nothing is ever new. Nothing changes. Except the names. All the creativity is put into renaming something that already exists, repackaging it and selling it as something different. This applies especially to the new age movement. And it is so disappointing.

Just look at some examples. Alpha mind system, brain entrainment therapy, etc. They all are based on the sound frequencies.
Furthermore, The Quantum Mind, Quantum Jumping, The Secret, Law of Attraction, Advanced Law of Attraction (how advanced do you need to get?), Manifest Your Desires, etc. Again nothing new in any of them.

Let’s face it, people knew and understood these things for millenia. Probably better than these days. However, there’s always someone that will come up with a different name for old stuff and will try to make a fortune. Look, I’m not saying it’s always bad. No, sometimes it is what is needed for some people. Have you ever noticed how you can be told something and not understand it, or not take notice, but the same thing told by someone else will strike a chord?

Anyway, back to the topic. What about diet? Now someone has coined a term “paleolithic diet” for something that people did naturally. They knew instinctively what to put in their mouths. But guess what? If you write a book and call it “Eat naturally” you would not get anyone reading it. But when you call it “Paleolithic diet” (or other obscure term) it raises people’s curosity and they buy the book.

What about technology? Same thing applies. Agile methodolody is nothing but common sense repackaged and given fancy buzzword names. Apparently there are ancient drawings and symbols representing flying (and other ) machines. There are probably many more examples. And don’t let me start on religion

The whole point of this article is to raise awareness. You do not need to spend money on something that sounds exotic because you probably already know it.

Lord’s prayer – a different spin

Saturday, November 16th, 2013
The prayer as it occurs in Matthew 6:9–13 (ESV)
“Our Father in heaven,   –  the Sun is in the heavens, all elements that we’re made of are from stars
hallowed be your name.  – Amen – name of the Egyptian Sun God, see last line
Your kingdom come,  –  sooner or later ( in a few billion years) the sun will engulf all planets
your will be done,  – one well directed solar flare and we’re all dead,
on earth as it is in heaven.  –  and there’s nothing we can do about it.
Give us this day our daily bread,  – the Sun makes wheat (and all plants) grow so we can make bread
and forgive us our debts,  –  the Sun shines on all of us, good or bad
as we also have forgiven our debtors.  –  we should learn from it and forgive.
And lead us not into temptation,  –  enlighten us
but deliver us from evil.”  –  could also be deliver us from darkness…
Amen.    –  also called Amun or Amun-Ra
(Inspired by this video.)

Is present an illusion?

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

I’ve been asking myself this question for a long time now. All these gurus talk about being in the Present. You know, Eckhart Tolle, Anthony Robbins, Robert Anthony and even Buddhism. They say that in order to be healthy and happy you have to fully embrace the present moment.

Some people live in the past. That means they constantly think of the good (or bad) times they had when they were younger. It also means that they hold on to grudges for longer. In other words, the present is not good enough and future non-existent for them. They can’t be ever happy unless they go back in time.

Others meanwhile, live for the future. Some of them always seem cheerful and expectant of some good thing happening soon. That soon may never come but they are still happy. They don’t dwell on the past and may not learn from their mistakes. On the other end of this scale there are also some future-living people that constantly worry about the future. They try to foresee every obstacle (most are never even encountered) and can’t get to sleep because of worry that they may have missed something. These people can’t be happy either. They live in fear.

So the gurus say that you have to live in the present. Past is gone and there’s not much you can do about it. Future has many possible paths and there’s no guarantee that the one you’re on is the one you chose.

Now, let’s take a look at the Present. But what is that elusive Present?

My definition is that the Present is where Past meets the Future. It is this tiny little fleeting point in time. In fact it is so tiny that it doesn’t really exist. Think about it. Right now. By the time you’ve thought about it it’s already moved on into the past. In fact, by the time you decide to think about it, it’s gone. You just can’t pinpoint it. How long does it last? A second, millisecond, microsecond? No, it just doesn’t last at all.

So it logically follows that the Present does not exist. It’s an illusion. Therefore, how can you live in the present if there is no such thing? It’s only Past and Future.

Or maybe, and that’s a worrying maybe, it’s the other way around. Maybe there’s no past and no future just everlasting Now. Maybe it’s all in our minds. A trick that our minds play on us.

Who made who?

Sunday, November 4th, 2012

Did god make us, or did we make god?

This question has been on human minds for millenia.

What we put energy in (believe) grows. It grows in the other dimension – dimension of thought, astral plane or whatever. Hence if we constantly believe in something, that something will get stronger. At some stage, if enough people believe in it, it may actually cross the boundaries between dimensions, and have influence on the material dimension. Just look at the extent of the fanaticism some people will go to. All because they believe in something.

Quoting  Jesus, “For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them.”

So, it looks like people knew of this phenomenon for some time now. Furthermore, investigating ancient mythology, gods need our belief, or energy. This was certainly true in ancient Greek culture where people were under the impression that gods’ power diminished when people stopped believing in them. Also,  in Kabbalah, god needs us as much as we need him/her.

Back to my original question, did god make us, or did we make up a god? By imagining some being and feeding it energy (our belief, worship, contemplation etc) we made it real (in a sense). To answer the question, we are both one and the same – we can’t separate ourselves from god. We just got ourselves lost in this game, and forgot where we come from. A good game is one that makes you think it’s real, an ultimate illusion, and this one certainly fits the bill.

We are all made of stars

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

Everything on earth is made up of molecules that in turn are made up of atoms, or elements. The nuclear reaction inside the core of a star burns hydrogen to produce some heavier versions of hydrogen, then helium. It is a complicated process and takes the whole life cycle of the star to produce even heavier elements. For example, lithium is produced in brown dwarfs and carbon takes place in a set of nuclear fusion reactions inside massive stars.

Our bodies are made up from the same elements. It is not wrong to think that stars made the basic building blocks of our bodies. Then, a master craftsman arranged them in a special way that the elements function together for some purpose, just like in Minecraft you can craft staff from other elements. Now the master craftsman and his like can inhabit the bodies to play the game.

However, let’s not forget where we come from. The Sun is our closest star. The Sun gives life to all living creatures on earth including us. Without it, nothing would be alive. Think about it. Plants and other creatures like phytoplankton, rely on the sunlight for the photosynthesis process to make them grow. These plants make or become food for animals, and humans. Animals are also food for other animals that are higher up in the food chain – this includes humans who consider themselves right on top of the food chain. Looking back through the food chain, we are still “eating” sunlight, or depending on it for life.

So the Sun not only gave us the bodies, but also nourishes and sustains them. Without sunlight, our bodies would not make vitamin D. The Sun could be a highly intelligent and altruistic entity. It does not discriminate about who gets its life-giving energy. It shines on good and evil without judgement. The ancients were not wrong by worshiping the Sun.

Having said that, I now realise that it was not just the ancients. I have been born and raised as a Catholic but have been worshiping the Sun all my life. So are billions of others, without even realising it. Every time they pray and say Amen at the end they give worship to the Egyptian sun-god Amun, which was also sometimes spelled Amen.

As you can see, you’re not just a mortal human. You’re made of the same stuff as the planet earth and made by the stars. I’m sure the ancients knew all this…

On top of the world

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

Isn’t it amazing how the world is made so that everyone is always on top of it? Doesn’t that just make you feel great?

Te earth is round and the gravity is pulling downwards – towards the centre of the earth. Therefore, up is out from the surface towards the sky and in all directions radiating from the centre. No matter where you are, you’re always on top of the world. (The only way someone else could be higher than you, is if they were directly above you.)

This phenomenon can be viewed in a couple of different ways. One of them being that this world gives everyone the same chance. Everyone has the same opportunities.

Another way to view this phenomenon is that there is only one spirit. The same spirit is within each and every one of us on this planet. Deep down, on the spiritual level, we are all one and the same. So, if I am on top of the world, it follows that so are you, and so is everyone else. It can’t be otherwise.

Just remember this concept next time you’re feeling down and pick yourself right up.

Stress relief

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

These days just about everything demands our attention. Here’s a typical day disected. You try to concentrate on work, then something distracts you. Then you’re feeling hungry and think about food. Your friend calls with the latest gossip and you’ve forgotten about food. Kids come in yelling and fighting with each other. After sorting the kids, you’re back to food. Then you remember about work and the looming deadline. Your partner comes in with their problems of the day. And so on, you get the drift.

At the end of the day you feel drained. You reach for a glass of wine (or something stronger) claiming it calms your nerves. You end up going to sleep feeling guilty that this or that hasn’t been done. Does this sound familiar?

There are infinite number of things that our minds have to worry about. This is contributing to the epidemic of stress related health issues. More and more people are either self-medicating or reaching for prescription drugs. There is however, a simple way to deal with stress.

We know that there is a conscious and subconscious mind. The conscious mind processes new information and learns new things. The subconscious mind takes care of repetitive stuff so that the conscious mind is free to focus on whatever we choose. Imagine how hard it would be if we had to consciously think about breathing, heart beating, digesting and so on. We would not have time to work or enjoy ourselves. Anything new done a few times becomes automatic – that’s the beauty and power of the subconscious mind. Take bike riding as an example. Once you learn it, you won’t forget it.

So what does the subconscious mind have to do with stress? Simply, let it solve your problems for you. How? By letting it. Once you stop forcing stuff with your conscious mind, you let the subconscious do its magic – do what it was designed to do. Very often it has done it before. You may not realise it at the time, but some problems are similar to others and some solutions are similar to others. Furthermore, problem solving in general can be pushed to the subconscious and done effortlessly. Think about it – no more stress!

You can practice this by thinking nothing, or meditating. When you don’t think, all the competing worries get equal share of your time – nothing. Some people suggest that the mind is like a radio tuner and station at the same time. Then we are all broadcasting our thoughts, but only when you quiet your mind you can hear anyone else’s thoughts. And chances are that others have had the same issues as you. So by tuning in to their thoughts there is possibility of obtaining the solution stress free.