Where did religion come from?


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Where did Religion come from?

Everything in the universe is connected to a higher energy force that controls and governs the lesser forces. We are all part of this force though spiritual and physical energy regardless of what our superficial beliefs are. 

Do not get infused with any modern day religious companies. The foundation of all these modern religions can only be traced back to man and were started about four thousand years ago with the Sumerian, “Epic of Gilgamesh”, originally titled “He who sees the deep”. I believe this refers directly to the universe including deep inside of our planet. Literally meaning they were talking about an idea or concept of universal knowledge being able to consciously see into the planet and into the entire universe. “He” could be referring to a number of things, A divine being? Space traveler?

 “His name was intergalactic Pete and he dropped by Earth on his vacation through the milky way to drop some wisdom on the first of mankind!” (note: previous statement meant as a Joke! Have you had your smile today? :).

Ok, so now we see the supposed “first” conception of  the universal knowledge and a , for lack of a better term, “Highly advanced person”. What is truly interesting about this “Epic of Gilgamesh” is that it is all astrological symbolism representing in parables and short easy to understand stories explaining our relationship with the universe and our planet and with each other.  The early civilizations did not just follow the sun and stars, they personified them with elaborate myths involving their movements and relationships.

The stories that symbolize the Sun are also very interesting to note. The story of the sun is the same story as Jesus Christ, Krishna, Osiris, Mithra, Dionysus, etc. This is all basic historical data relating to the astronomical/astrological origins of the Judeo-Christian theology (which can be extended to Islam as well), along with the understanding that these respective stories, beliefs & traditions are really an adaptation-extension of prior Pagan beliefs.

            In other words, evidence shows that these modern religions are really composites of earlier religions with their stories and symbolisms “borrowed” as the new traditions evolved. Of course, believers of theistic religions have an inherent, self-preserving interest to disagree with such a notion, for it brings all modern religion out of the context of the supernatural and novel – and into the context of a singular, serial intellectual evolution of information where many religions begin to share a common symbolic and literary basis.  From such a perspective, naturally, the idea that “Jesus” or “Osiris” or “Dionysus” were real, supernatural figures of a larger order metaphysic becomes a distant reality. 

             Regardless, this section isn’t really about whether “God” exists or any such issue – it is about the firm reality that religions have been borrowing and building upon each other. The fact of the matter is there are numerous saviors, from different periods, from all over the world, which subscribe to these general characteristics, and out of the 20 or so known historians and records keeper of the time of Christ not one has any record of his actual existence. I would think that someone who performed such miracles and caused such a sensation would at least have a mention considering we know of much “lesser” peoples then Christ from before he was supposed to have existed.  However, I believe the “miracles” that were attributed to all of the saviors of man pre-date all modern religion by tens, if not hundreds of thousands of years. http://www.zeitgeistmovie.com/Zeitgeist,%20The%20Movie-%20Companion%20Guide%20PDF.pdf So, Where did religion come from?

           Thoth was a man barely mentioned in Egyptian History and I can’t remember for the life of me what I was actually taught about him but Im sure it was quite brief. The wiki definition comes pretty close to what I do remember about Thoth in school. Just note the bold underlined statements.

Thoth’s chief temple was located in the city of Khmun,[2] later called Hermopolis Magna during the Greco-Roman era[3] (in reference to him through the Greeks interpretation that he was the same as their god Hermes!) and Ϣⲙⲟⲩⲛⲉⲓⲛ shmounein in the Coptic rendering. In that city, he led the Ogdoad pantheon of eight principal deities. He also had numerous shrines  within the cities of Abydos, Hesert, Urit, Per-Ab, Rekhui, Ta-ur, Sep, Hat, Pselket, Talmsis, Antcha-Mutet, Bah, Amen-heri-ab, and Ta-kens.[4]

Thoth played many vital and prominent roles in Egyptian mythology, such as maintaining the universe, and being one of the two deities (the other being Ma’at) who stood on either side of Ra’s boat.[5] In the later history of ancient Egypt, Thoth became heavily associated with the arbitration of godly disputes,[6] the arts of magicthe system of writing, the development of science,[7] and the judgment of the dead!

Many more such discoveries have occurred over the past several decades. Science has proven that hominids or the first human species can be dated around 250.000 years ago.  So, all modern religious beliefs only go back 4,000 years and we have been here for at least 250,000 years.

Do you see my point? Why are we not educated on what people did before organized religion. Like the other 246,000 years of human development that culminated with the building of pyramids around the world.  

We are all enlightened beings and all of us have the have the same potential energy because the energy that gives us all life comes from the same source. Ill do a blog about the universe soon but for now let’s get back to Thoth.

I’ll try to be brief as I don’t want you to get bored.

Thoth was the deity who performed the miracles of Jesus and the other saviors. Thoth was the guy who built the Great Pyramid. He was the records keeper of the ancient world dating back to Atlantis (yes Atlantis did really exist! (Another blog). The “miracles,” although unexplainable by modern religions, can be explained through another means, Alchemy.

Alchemy was the main belief system accepted by the whole world for that remaining 246,000 years.  Thoth was the father of Alchemy and had all the universal knowledge and was an “advanced being”. He was reported  to have existed in many cultures around the world for thousands of years.  The ancient records say that he had control of reincarnation; he literally would live for a few hundred years in one society, die, and consciously come back as someone new in a new society and bring his same wisdom of Alchemy to every culture around the world. All eastern philosophies can be traced back to having begun from Alchemy. Alchemy is not just ancient chemistry! It is an actual spiritual understanding of ourselves and our connection with this planet and with all the energy of all the universe. Practical Alchemy can only be practiced after you discover the true nature of yourself. Spiritual Alchemy is about reconnecting with our true nature as souls while practical Alchemy is the scientific study of all natural energy and matter(NOT fossil fuels, plastics, pharmacuticals, genetically modified food, or any other negative use of science, the list goes on). Alchemy was perverted and broken down in divisions and destroyed by modern societies for the purpose of censorship. Quite frankly, they don’t want you to know what I am telling you right now! The only two living distant relatives of Alchemy are, Spiritually probably Taoism or Buddism and Scientifically, Chemistry vaguely comes close. In closing I will leave you with this, words from Thoth ascended master of the universe written on indestructible emerald tablets that you probably have never heard of. Enjoy!

Know ye, O people amongst whom I walk,
that I, Thoth, have all of the knowledge
and all of the wisdom known, to man since the ancient days.(250,000 B.C)
Keeper have I been of the secrets of the great race,
holder of the key that leads into life.
Bringer up have I been to ye, O my children,
even from the darkness of the Ancient of Days. .(250,000 B.C)
List ye now to the words of my wisdom.
List ye now to the message I bring.
Hear ye now the words I give thee, and
ye shall be raised from the darkness to Light.

Far in the past, when first I came to thee,
found I thee in caves of rocks. (neadrathal) .(250,000 B.C)
Lifted I thee by my power and wisdom 

Aye, found I thee without any knowing.
Only a little were ye raised beyond beasts.
Fanned I ever the spark of thy consciousness
until at last ye flamed as men.

Now shall I speak to thee knowledge ancient
beyond the thought of thy race.
Know ye that we of the Great Race
had and have knowledge that is more than man’s.
Wisdom we gained from the star-born races,
wisdom and knowledge far beyond man.
Down to us had descended the masters of wisdom
as far beyond us as I am from thee.
List ye now while I give ye wisdom.
Use it and free thou shalt be.

Know ye that in the pyramid I builded are the Keys 
that shall show ye the Way into life. 


Where did religion come from?



What is Insight?

What is insight

     What is insight?

What is insight?

Reflection, intuition, sixth sense?  

In its literal context it can be interpreted as inner vision or inner sight. Vincent Van Gogh said, “If one is master of one thing and understands one thing well, one has at the same time, insight into and understanding of many things.” This literally means that there is no measure to the amount of wisdom a person can gain from any specific circumstance.

              By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest.

             In my personal experience insight is easily gained by watching and listening to other people. Most people reveal a lot about their personal experiences and choices they have made. It is then our job to understand and really listen to their experiences because no matter how mundane or frivolous it may seem it could give you the knowledge you need to attain certain insights. That is why the old adage says we were given two ears and one mouth, so we should listen twice as much as we speak. That is great advice! 

The dictionary defines insight as a “penetrating mental vision or discernment; faculty of seeing intoinner character or underlying truth.” 

Does this mean we have the ability to see the future? In a sense, yes! By connecting the dots, so to speak we can make intuitive leaps based off the finite amount of probable outcomes. Insight is literally our ability to look within ourselves for wisdom and understanding. Every human being has a massive capacity for wisdom and insight. That instance of apprehending the true nature of a concept that can only be rationalized through intuitive understanding It is that instant when you make a realization by use of deductive reasoning when you get that spark of pure understanding. Whenever someone says, ” My light bulb just came on” they are referring to this spark of energy. 

What is intuition? Is it just new-age mumbo jumbo? The Institute of Heartmath studied intuition scientifically and found that participants experienced a significantly greater heart-rate deceleration before future emotional stimuli compared to calm stimuli, indicating that their hearts appeared to receive and respond to intuitive information. Evidence from the electroencephalogram (EEG) and electrocardiogram (ECG) show that the heart responded to the stimuli before they were even presented to the participants.

“Overall, we have independently replicated and extended previous research documenting prestimulus responses. It appears that the heart is involved in the processing and decoding of intuitive information. This study presents compelling evidence that the body’s perceptual apparatus is continuously scanning the future.”

Further research demonstrated that the frontal cortex, temporal, occipital, and parietal areas of the brain appear to be involved in the processing of prestimulus information. “Overall, our data suggest that the heart and brain, together, are involved in receiving, processing, and decoding intuitive information. On the basis of these results and those of other research, it would thus appear that intuitive perception is a system-wide process in which both the heart and brain (and possibly other bodily systems) play a critical role.”

So when you think you can FEEL something that hasn’t happened yet, your heart is actually reacting to it prior to it’s happening in a way we can scientifically measure. Don’t forget to feel.


          Scientifically our bodies are electrically charged so that piece of wisdom or knowledge was probably literally a spark of electrical current that goes through our bodies. This was a revelation for me when I understood this concept because it means that our bodies can produce completely new energy through concepts and ideas, which is insight! 

So, knowledge leads to insight which leads to wisdom.  According to ancient philosophy

“Wisdom is power and power is wisdom, one with each other, perfecting the whole.”-Thoth 

He also goes on to say to not be proud in your wisdom and to still interact with ignorant people because anyone could have knowledge, so we need to listen and heed because wisdom is everything. Do not be quiet  when evil is spoken in place of the truth. Reveal the light of truth and knowledge so that all may be wise. He also ends this passage saying not to fear because fear is bondage, a chain that keeps us in the dark. I don’t know about you but that is pure knowledge into the the insight of wisdom.

“Knowledge without insight is useless, as is wisdom without purpose. For the purpose of wisdom is to be forever sought after, yet never fully attained , for this is its purpose. Wisdom alone will not save you, wisdom alone means nothing. True wisdom is the understanding in your self to relentlessly pursue an infinite universal truth with divine passion. To selflessly, unbiasedly  non-maliciously,  and fearlessly embark on an endless pursuit to attain and advance one’s self, as well as those around them, heart, mind, and soul for the salvation of mankind. For it has no merit how wisdom is sought, only rather that it is sought. -by Author 

Insight is the understanding of a specific cause and effect in a specific context. The term insight can have several related meanings:

  • a piece of information
  • the act or result of understanding the inner nature of things or of seeing intuitively in Greek called noesis
  • an introspection
  • the power of acute observation and deduction, penetration, discernmentperception called intellection or noesis
  • an understanding of cause and effect based on identification of relationships and behaviors within a model, context, or scenario (see artificial intelligence)

*Emerald Tablets of Thoth, Tablet III, The key of wisdom, paragraph 2




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