To summarize, I've described my perspective about the One Creator, which is the source and foundation for all that exists as pure life energy. This energy is often called the "Light", "Love", "Life", "Spirit". Without the One Creator, nothing would exist. To consider the One Creator alone is a deep journey into the unknowable and unimaginable. It is unknowable because we would no longer be a separated identity to understand the perspective of the One Creator, which is why incarnations exist as a Not-One Creator. It is unimaginable because the One Creator contains all possibilities simultaneously.
From the One Creator, you have everything that has been, is, and will be, not just for our experienced reality, for other realities you cannot understand or imagine. Within this Everything, we are currently experiencing a universe that has the concept of space. From space, we feel the effects of linear time which is simply a way to change. The benefit of having the effect of linear time is that all actions are slowed down because actions must traverse through space in this reality. Space itself does not really exist as physical dimensions. Rather, it is a perception that is created by moving moment by moment through a series of created realities. You are literally flickering from one frame of reality to another in a linear fashion at unperceived speeds, and that is experienced as time through space.
Within the experienced space, there are symbols called objects. We are aware of these objects within the emptiness of space through focused conscious awareness. Without focusing the awareness energy that is "Life" through consciousness, you would not perceive the physical reality as it is. Instead, you would simply remain connected to the One Creator energy that is behind the symbols and simply "know" it. This is how we are actually able to perceive using our physical senses and "know" what is being perceived, even without any linguistic label (like "tree" or "running"). That is the benefit of space and time, which converts our existence within the One Creator energy and interprets that projected energy, slowed down into a "lower" density. The denser the energy, the slower it moves, and the more solid it appears through our visual senses.
There are 7 major densities, or as some call them, chakras, that provide the energy used to maintain this focus that we are experiencing. Each of these different energies combine together to manifest the "outer" reality we experience as a collective of all consciousness (not just humans) and this is done through each of our focused perspectives through our densities (1 - 7). The different densities represent the amount of conscious awareness experienced and these densities are manifested as physical incarnations, whether rock, water, plant, animal, human, or higher dimensional beings. We on this Earth planetary 3rd density is represented in this experience as humans. The more we experience, the more we become consciously aware of our selves and our true nature. Ultimately, you remember through physical experiences the full awareness of being the One Creator, that slowed itself from the highest to the lowest density in order to experience itself as Existence. The infinite number of octaves that exist simultaneously provides the perception of physicality.
With this very basic foundation, I will begin discussing the experience of our Earthly lives and how we are navigating through this 3rd density towards the awareness of the 4th density.
Every civilization is only aware and focused on its current state and understanding. That is what it means to live and why incarnations choose to appear at different periods of historical time. There are many who seek to understand the human experience beyond the current social understanding, but is limited because they cannot truly experience another period of time. It is all interpretations, but their biases and indoctrination can mislead their understanding. Over time, without the experience, the understanding can become fact and through educational institutions and the media, further spread the misunderstandings to the next generation. This is true especially when it comes to history.
You do not learn about certain negative histories in a manner that would cause people to lose pride in their own nationality. In all conquering civilizations, history only repeats the positive details, while leaving out any negative details except of the conquered. This is how knowledge and understanding is lost over time. Those who dictate the information can manipulate the information such that normal people who do not have the skill or time to investigate any statement of facts, simply accept the statements as fact.
The result of such manipulations of information causes individuals to misplace their trust and focus on ideas or concepts that do not allow the individual to know themselves and thus, to control their own lives. Throughout most of modern human history (the past 3-4 thousand years), this has been the case, with the ruling class (whether as a monarchy or the economic upper class through the control of politics) manipulating the information taught in society. That is why through each period of modern civilization, there has been specific agreed upon beliefs permeated throughout societies. Many societies that were not influenced by these conquering civilizations had the same beliefs over millennias. It is in these disconnected civilizations that ideas and beliefs that differ from the modern civilization's teachings, that carry much of the older traditional knowledge about human history.
We have to understand how we got to where we are today in terms of our belief systems in order to allow for greater understanding. Without knowing the cause for our current beliefs, it is going to continue to influence the thinking. You can see this in effect when talking to someone who has strong religious or scientific beliefs. They accept their beliefs as taught without questioning their beliefs or how it does not integrate with non-believers. They create islands of communities who have the same beliefs, in order to isolate themselves from any competing ideas or beliefs. This isolation not only allows for strengthening their resolve in their beliefs, but it also hinders them from expanding their consciousness because they become stagnant in the information available to them.
This may seem contradictory for the scientific mind, but the isolation is not because of information. It is from the process of absorbing information. Just as the religious will block out any information that is counter to their beliefs, the scientific mind will block out information that does not "fit" with their current theories or ideas. That is why they seek "evidence" in order to accept new information. The reason for needing evidence is because it is their tool to justify their beliefs.
The point about accepting or not accepting new information is that people choose what new information they will accept and adsorb into their beliefs. As one's life progresses, and the experiences they have mold their perspective of the world, their current beliefs either satisfy or dissatisfy them. Some choose to seek other perspectives, while many attribute their dissatisfaction to incomplete understanding of their existing beliefs and dig deeper in that belief.
You can see this in older religious persons who hold onto those ideas they know more closely, but will not attempt to understand or accept anything beyond what they choose to believe. This is not to say that those who do this is somehow wrong in what they believe. It is merely an example of the behavior of people who, as the Bible says "the seeds fall on hard soil and fail to take root". Most Christians who know of this saying will assume this applies to those who are not Christian, but it was meant to point out that people will not understand the message of Jesus. This is true even for someone who considers themselves a Christian. If you cannot accept other ideas or perspectives, even if you believe yours is right, then you will be confined to what you know. But you cannot know what you do not know, so limiting what you are aware of prevents you from truly knowing if your belief is complete.
We are living in the "modern" civilization. Even if you live in a country that is not as modernized, it is still living in the modern era. Rich or poor, it doesn't matter. The term modern simply means you think of the relationships of people differently today than yesteryear. Depending on where you live today, your customs, your culture, your government, etc. may all enact a different way of life and world view, but it is still different than what it was 1000 years ago, or 2000 years ago. What you know and what you believe and what you think are all different. Because of this, you may or may not see the connections with the universe.
Many cultures have folklore that is passed down through the generations, but over time, these tales become myths, and eventually ignored or forgotten. This can also be seen in western religions, such as Christianity. So many call themselves Christians in name, but they do not really practice the teachings of Jesus. They merely practice the teachings of the church or the religious leaders. They may use some of the teachings of Jesus to establish the religion's teachings, but most do not understand Jesus' message. When people lose connection to the original message or miss the purpose of a traditional story, it no longer provides the intent that the story had. All stories based on past experiences provide insight and guidance for one's world-view and lifestyle. It can provide so much context about the past and the future, but the modernization that always occurs over time dilutes the impact over time.
There are many civilizations that teach about gods and supernatural events in the past, but today, they are taught as myths or religious ideas. Whenever academics teach these old tales, they seem to always attribute them as religious worship. This is due to their belief that modern science and understanding took over religious understanding about the world. Any old teaching about the world is considered imagination or fantasy, and this is in turn taught to the next generation. The dismissal of these old tales as fantasy is why the modern civilizations fall into the 2 major camps of belief: religious and materialist.
Consider this. Imagine something that you have never imagined or thought of. Most likely, you will imagine something that is related to something you already know. The more you have been exposed to different ideas, the more your imagination is creative. But can you imagine something you've never been exposed to? You cannot because it is not within your conscious awareness. This is what happened to many people in the past eras. They were not exposed to as much creative imaginings as we are today due to the lack of communication tools. A few people with strong imaginations may have existed in the past, but their creativity would still be limited and their story would not travel as far as today. So where did the tales of giants, gods, and world events come from, if not through living those experiences?
Many people will be skeptical about these types of stories because of the claims that they represent. Skepticism is necessary to avoid being misled, but skepticism should not prevent one from investigating for truth. In fact, skeptics rarely do investigation. They instead try to debunk information based on their own reasoning and biases. That is not the purpose of skepticism. It is meant to avoid blindly accepting any information without some validations.
The validations required to consider the old tales are wide and varied. You have disparate civilizations that would not have been in contact having experiences that are similar. That is not coincidence, but it could be a re-telling of the tale, but more likely, it is a different group of people experiencing the same type of experience. They are told from different perspectives, but they represent an experience that had happened to them. Why would tales such as those last so long, in a world that did not have easy communications if not for the tales being told widely and with strong conviction for it to last the generations?
Along with verbal and written accounts, you have archaeological evidence that cannot be explained as academics portray them. I will continue this line of thought in my next post.
So far, I have made high level comments about folklore stories and how people treat them, but have not gone into any depth or provided any evidence for my statements. Everything I am sharing will be of my perspective, but it is up to the reader to do their own investigation. No amount of proof will convince someone who is not open to this perspective, so there's no purpose for me writing a ton of stuff as "evidence" since even the evidence can be interpreted differently. But those who are open, they must continue the investigation since it is not my intention to do so for them. Each individual must find their own way towards self-awareness.