posted on Dec, 6 2015 @ 12:32 PM
a reply to: Blue_Jay33
I am neither pushing its agenda or declining it.
a reply to: masqua
I have, let us say, reservations. Did the end justify the means of building the Pyramids? All the slaves it took and probably some death and bad
treatment. We know from history that the Pharaohs used slavery. Our modern civilization is using a lot of mental slavery and physical wage slavery,
too. Most of the world live pretty hand to mouth lives on a pittance.
Also, that all too familiar pyramid on the dollar bill and in many other places as a symbol demonstrates the nature of propelling civilization. It
takes the whole foundation and nearly all the structure of the Pyramid just to propel the top.
That is most of us are a sacrifice of blood, sweat and tears for this experiment.
I don't think the top will ever get to blast off. It will neglect its foundation and structure to the point where it all comes crashing down. Like
another fabled tower of old I recall from a Hebrew literary source.
It's a fine line. Shall we take bets or consult a fortune teller? I would say look after the thing and treat every part of the structure well then we
might stand a chance.
The stone that the builder refused has become the corner stone (and all that).
edit on 6-12-2015 by Revolution9 because: (no reason given)