Day At The Library
The other day I had a few hours to kill so I wandered down to my local library.
I grabbed a random book off the shelf and sat next to the window, which had a nice view of a small lake and some ducks.
The book turned out to be pretty good, a hero’s journey type about a bunch of kids going through some forest looking for treasure and getting ready to fight some kind of dragon.
An interesting thing pops up when you study mythology, particularly Chinese mythology.
It’s hard to tell which of the myths are organic and which of these stories have been co-opted to validate the existing government.
Mythology is kind of a hard thing to study to begin with.
Mythology and mythological stories are much older than writing.
Writing Freezes Time
And since writing was essentially a tool of established government, the only recorded mythological evidence we have was written down by governments.
Just the type who would alter these stories so they would validate whatever the storyteller wanted to believe about himself.
There’s some very interesting archeological evidence from the Indus valley.
There was an ancient civilization in the Indus valley going as far back as 3000 BC.
They’ve found some ancient DNA evidence that shines some interesting light on the extra-terrestrial DNA theory.
Many ancient societies, once they were established, set up trading colonies mirrored after themselves.
The early Athenians set up small colonies around the Augean sea.
The same strategy was followed by the early Europeans.
It’s believed our alien ancestors followed this same procedure.
That they seeded Earth with DNA that would evolve into self aware primates about ten million years ago.
Then later, when these pre-historical, self aware primates were ready to make the shift from hunting to farming, they revisited the Earth to help us make the transition.
This theory postulates that all the mythological gods were in reality these half human, half alien helpers.
They not only helped us to establish large agricultural based communities, but they interbred with us to give us our telepathic abilities.
Of course, they didn’t make our telepathic abilities obvious.
These are definitely things you’ll need to work on.
But the main reason we have these telepathic abilities is so we can communicate with them and have access to advanced scientific ideas.
The best way to access this telepathic portal to advanced science is the dreaming state.
Or rather, when you are half dreaming and half awake.
This is precisely why most inventions happen in this state.
There is one story that originates from the Proto Indo Europeans from at least 4000 BC.
This story involves a dragon from the sea, a battle with the dragon, and a victorious human king who has a kingdom up on a hill.
This same story can be found in nearly all societies of antiquity, starting from the Sumerians.
There are also many references to dragons, snakes and serpents in the old testament.
On one hand, the invention of writing was a way to record the ideas of the ancients, and is a good thing.
No More Oral Tradition
On the other hand, the invention of writing eventually destroyed the oral tradition, which allowed for a more organic evolution of storytelling as a means to reflect the collective consciousness.
I was really getting into this story.
I didn’t recognize the author, and it seemed to have been written for young adults, but it was the perfect tale to kill a few hours on a Saturday afternoon.
Dude, What Happens Next?
The only problem was that the last twenty pages were missing.
And I didn’t find out if the kids killed the dragon or not.
Like a loop that will forever be open.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.