A New Creation Myth (draft)

Note: This is an attempt to merge ancient writings, religious traditions, and modern science into a new creation myth — one that unifies the human experience.  It is being shared as a work in progress. Comments and suggestions welcome. 

Life began on Earth almost 4 billion years ago.  Primates have been around for about 85 million years, while modern humans first appeared just 200,000 years ago.  Our oldest ruins are roughly 13,000 years old, while our oldest writings go back just 5,000 years.

In other words, we’ve only just arrived here on planet Earth, and most of our history is missing.  We really don’t know much about the first 185,000 years. Here’s what we do know.  Early humans were few and far between for much of our existence:

We also had to contend with severe climate change, including several ice ages.  Remember, our last ice age ended just 14,000 years ago, and it’s been unusually warm ever since:

Glacial ages in the last 150,000 years.

These climatic changes caused us to migrate in communal waves, leading to different people living in different parts of the world:

(About 5,000 years ago, the human story began to be documented as written language was invented.  Anything written about what happened before this time is considered prehistory, while anything documented after this time is considered history.)

Prehistory

Around 14,000 years ago, the Earth started to warm up, and human populations began to grow and coalesce into some of our early civilizations. From ancient Sumer to Egypt, India to China, Peru to Mexico, each of these early civilizations went on to create their own form of writing, and document some of our earliest human experiences. 

And they all tell a similar story …

Humans living in small groups were visited by beings who came from the heavens, and taught them things they didn’t know.  These visitors were often hailed as gods, as they helped early humans establish some of our first civilizations.

These “gods”, however, were not all alike.  Some were reptilian, like the dragon gods of the Aztec, Myans, and Chinese.  Others were insectoids, like the desert paintings in the South West US.  Then you have the big headed ones, like those found in the Andes and ancient Egypt. 

In the Bible’s version of prehistory (which was written around 1,200 B.C.), we have stories about the creation of man, the great flood, and the tower of babel.  These events were all written about long after they had actually occurred. These same stories were also written about by the ancient Sumerians, but they were written more than 1,000 years earlier.

Their version tells of a particular race of alien visitors (the Anunnaki) who were running some type of mining operation here on Earth.  To make their lives easier, they used genetic engineering to enhance the local primate population so they could be used as laborers. 

Initially, these laborers were sterile and were unable to reproduce.  Then the Anunnaki created a woman who could bear human children, and modern humans were born.  This is the Sumerian version of the story of Adam and Eve, as written in the fertile crescent, the suspected site of the Garden of Eden.

All over the world, ancient civilizations have their own versions of our origin story (Adam and Eve), the great reset (Great Flood), and the eventual awakening and revolt against our alien overlords (Tower of Babel). 

In the Sumerian version of the Tower of Babel, for example, we learn that as humanity grew in population, knowledge and awareness, it lead to a fight among our alien overlords.  Some of Anunnaki wanted to continue to use humans as laborers and sexual playthings.  Others wanted to help us become more civilized and aware. 

This is apparently a fight that continues through this very day …

History

Coming soon …

Two Gods, and Two Heavens

Last time, I put forward a premise that there are two types of heaven and two types of god referenced in the Bible.  By interpreting the Bible in this way, all of the major world religions can now align into a single, origin story.  While some of what follows is conjecture, much of it is built upon solid evidence.  Respectful comments welcome …

If Angels were Aliens

Aliens were involved when Moses led his people through the desert.  Aliens were involved when Emperor Constantine adopted Christianity as official religion of the Roman Empire.  And aliens were involved when Muhammad received the Quran.

In fact, alien beings have been visiting and influencing the earth since before the time of humans. Initially, they interacted with us openly, and were often worshiped as gods by the local people.  At some point around the time of Moses, the aliens went underground.  Past references to aliens were hidden or destroyed.  Future references to aliens would now conflate them with spirit beings, and describe them as visitors from the heavens.

Because of this blackout and deliberate obfuscation, there’s a lot we don’t know. We do know that there are numerous species visiting us, and they don’t always see eye to eye. We see this in the Bible’s reference to the battle between archangels Michael and Lucifer.  We see this in the fight between the flying Vimanas in the ancient Indian Vedas.  And we see this in more modern times, as published in Nuremberg Germany in 1561.

Battle of Nuremberg
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This should not be a surprise.  Once we leave the perfection of the one God in the spirit world, we enter the duality in the physical one.  Instead of oneness and unity, we have hot and cold, light and dark, and good and evil.  This is true for aliens too, whether they be a god, angel, or devil.

So Where are They Now?

Many people were shocked to learn that there exists in our country a “deep state,” something that keeps working no matter who appears to be steering the ship.  In reality, our world is controlled through many legacy systems that include religion, government, money, and the press.

And behind those facades, are the control of secret societies and royal bloodlines.  And behind all of those edifices, lie our alien overlords (both good and evil), still exerting influence over the affairs of humans here on earth.

Next time, I’ll answer all respectful questions.  I’m also working on “A New Creation Myth” that merges ancient writings with religious traditions and modern science.  This should be a hoot …

Reconciling Religion

As much good as religion has done over the ages, it’s been (and continues to be) a source of much hatred, bigotry, and death.  Instead of trying to reconcile these differences, I write this to celebrate what we share …

Reconciling Religion

Growing up Catholic, I often wondered about different religions and religious teachings.  How can Moslem, Christian and Jew build upon the same Hebrew Bible, share the same God (of Abraham), yet be so disconnected?  Is there some way these traditions can be brought together?

I believe so, but first some reinterpretations are required:

Two Heavens in the Bible

I was taught that heaven was this perfect place, a place that you go when you die, the place where God lives.  At the same time, I was taught that there were angels who lived with God in heaven.  And how one day, these angels had a big fight.  How could angels have a big fight in heaven, this perfect place?

I believe this confirms there are two heavens referenced in the Bible:

  1. The Physical Version: the sky; where the moon, sun and stars reside.
  2. The Spiritual Version: the place where God resides; paradise.

Two Gods in the Bible

Just as there is confusion around heaven, so too it is with God.  There’s the Old Testament God, the jealous and vengeful God.  And there’s the New Testament God, the fatherly and forgiving God.  How do we reconcile this?  And how can an omnipotent God be deceived by an angel, and be forced to send warrior angels to defeat him?

I believe this confirms there are two Gods referenced in the Bible:

  1. The Spirit God (I am the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end), and
  2. The Physical God (a living being, the “ruler of the universe” which goes by different names at different times in different parts of the Bible).

The God that the Moslem, Christian, and Jew agree upon is the Spirit God, and their differences are the result of the legacy they inherited from their Physical God at the time.  While it’s difficult to believe that there were real physical beings acting as our celestial rulers, by interpreting the Bible this way, we now align substantially all world religions.

This completes the premise for what follows.  As mentioned last time, all thoughtful and respectful comments and opinions will be allowed in moderated comments.

Comments welcome  …

Welcome to my blog …

I turned 58 this year, an age when I’m losing my eyesight, my hearing, and my hair.  A time when close friends are having health events. Not knowing how much time I have left on planet Earth, my new year’s resolution is to start writing this blog.

Originally, I had intended to write an article titled “Reconciling Religion.”  I believed it to be the best way to unite all of humanity, and leave the world a little better than I found it.  It was also most likely to get me ridiculed, ostracized, or worse.

So instead, I’m going to write it in pieces, published here for everyone to comment on as we go.  These articles will be controversial, but all respectful positions will be allowed in moderated comments.

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