posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 03:59 AM
In my opinion which isn't meant to sway, just to add a 'second' opinion, I don't fall for it. I admit I have been swayed back to his theories from
time to time but I can say that'll be changing in the future. Humans like to fear. That's what I've found out. They enjoy it. In the Middle Ages it
was Satan, other ages other Gods, it's the causation of growth, of change. With great change comes great fear.
The ego would like to categorize everything, wants to know everything and then make a wall around it, claiming one section as this, another that. I
think he's just referring to the reptilian part of our brains which is the causation of fear. It is the bare, raw animalistic side that wants to do
nothing but suffer.
I just believe us to be mere cells on the Earth as we have cells in our body. Doesn't go over well with many though does it? Thinking that we were
created in Mother's Earth image, implying we actually have no control as to what happens, something the ego needs to nourish. Cells>Body>Planet>Solar
System>Galaxy>Universe. Each unique in their own way but the latter 4 seeming so similar just because they're in the blackness of space. Because we
perceive it as black, we can't see what's within the black yet.
The ego will conjure up anyone thing for nourishment, even relating pain for every last drop of instant pleasure it can get, feeding the fine strokes
that it craves. If the accepted theory we are made in Mother Earth's image is accepted, then there is no ego, it implodes itself. What is there to
control when we were manifested to help the Earth.
I find it funny how these 'beings' are so savage and reptilian just as that part of our brain is, savage, instant gratification, fear..