The Revelation of the Pyramids
I think it’s important for us to know of the beauty and the mystery in the world that we live in. As I watched the total lunar eclipse last night I couldn’t help but to see it as a powerful display of how tiny we are in the movements of the solar system, how tiny the movements of our solar system are in the galaxy, and how tiny the movements of our galaxy are in the universe. It is a constant reminder of how little we truly understand about our nature in the field of existence.
Is it possible that there were advanced civilizations here on earth before us? Could these civilizations have been shaped by visitors from other planets or other dimensions? Do any of of us really know enough about anything to be judgmental of those who think it’s possible?
When I was learning classics in high school, my favorite philosopher was Socrates. Socrates was proclaimed by the Oracle at Delphi to be the wisest man in all of the world, as he was the only man who knew that he knew nothing. I have never forgotten that lesson, and constantly remind myself of it. By knowing you know nothing, and keeping your mind empty of solid ‘learnings’, it’s easier to remain open and attentive to the world around you. After all, true learning is not stagnant, but ever evolving.