posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 05:45 AM
a reply to: andy06shake
Hi, I have had many conversations about why possible ancient lost civilisations are not in the round-table-discussion in conventional archeology and
history. One option that always comes up is indeed that "the elite" don't want the status-quo being challanged. There are a few possible reasons for
1. If the general public realises that all they have learned about our origins was false they might re-examine who they are as human beings and take a
more critical look at the system of western supremist culture that supports the elite.
2. If western culture was is the pinacle of human developement (for instance the ancient Egyptians were) then people might start looking for another
better way of life. Modern day "democracy" might not be the best we can do.
3. Ancient civilisations may disprove many established theories taught in well established universities for many years. Careers have been built on
certain assumptions that may be disproved, turning a well-established archeologist into a dellusional nobody. (check the video about the debate
between Graham Hancock and Zahi Hawass for this madness
4. Ancient civilisations might have had technologies and conciousness that whould free us from our current day paradagm. The idea is that nowadays we
are being manipulated trough fear, desire and the illusion of scarcity keeping us in a unconcious state. When we know that we are the infinite
creators of the universe, that everything is connected and that our earhly worries are nothing but an illusion, we can not be controlled anymore..
Personally I am not sure about why the lost ancient cultures hypothesis is being supressed, I am sure there is something going on though: Check my 5
vid's to knwo why: