The Truth Is Out There
A fascination with the unknown thrills even the most hardened skeptics and provides an outlet for our innate curiosity.
Each of us wants to believe. Each of us has some fantasy that they wish would come true, and each of us would like to see the truth being indeed stranger than fiction itself.
Observation has brought me to an interesting discovery concerning the origins of mankind and the beliefs that man holds dear enough to kill and die for.
This is not an essay on the world’s belief systems, however, it is a mere observation; impartial and objective and hopefully it will incite some small spark of interest in what the future promises to deliver to those that are willing to receive it.
The truth has always been self evident regardless of our beliefs. It has always been the same truth from the moment it was born itself. The earth orbited the sun from the moment it was formed, regardless of our beliefs that the world was flat.
One by one all false theories are being disproved; leaving only the raw diamonds in this vast field of information.
The truth behind some of the world’s greatest mysteries is only a mouse click away in some cases and a universe in others.
Although history repeats itself there are moments when human beings do themselves proud and think things out for themselves. It is at times like these that the truth itself is revealed.
What is there left to discover?
We are at a time when the average citizen of the world possesses enough knowledge to affect the rest of the world, where information is at the fingertips of anyone with a computer.
Here are some interesting questions to ponder and links to sites that discuss these (Please keep in mind that I do not assert that any of these are true but they certainly make interesting reading):
The Peri Reis maps (of the Antarctic before it was covered in ice.)
The Dogon tribe and their knowledge of astronomy.
The Dropas crashed aliens?
Vimana ancient flying machines
The Mayan calendar (what they knew that we don’t)
Crystal skulls (fascinating)
Perhaps looking back will reveal where we are heading and hopefully history will not repeat itself.