posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 04:36 PM
reply to post by Agarta
What a remarkable thread - and I wholehearedly agree with your follow up post that the last few paragraphs of the piece presented here are worthy of
significant expansion. However, I think you are tackling a most important goal here in showing the connections between different pieces of the
puzzle - which in ATS’s format precludes a lengthy description of each and every worthy puzzle piece in any individual thread. So in my reading of
this specific thread, I interpreted the major piece being presented as rooted in history, archaeology, etc., - and thereby given the most attention,
and rightfully so. I read the last couple of paragraphs more as a description and indication of the much bigger picture, alluded to in your thread
opening, within which this piece fits. The whole picture versus its component understandings reminds me of Russian nesting dolls - and is especially
challenging to present to a diversity of groups with varying interests.
Having said that, I thought your presentation of the matriarchal system within Egyptian history was very well done. I have come across some of this
information in my own research, which I believe you summarized well, but you also added much new information for me to ponder. I was particularly
interested in the information you presented on how the change from matriarchal to patriarchal played out, particularly the impact of the Amun
priesthood. I was also intrigued by your belief and reasoning that the transition back to Matriarchal started about 200 years ago - something which I
had not personally considered. I may come across more questions as I root through and find my own research notes applicable to this insightful
It seems that - by definition - a matriarchal based culture is not easily described within the strictly intellectual left-brained paradigm that our
current culture places the sciences. Yet an examination of these ideas in that context is a very timely and important addition to the wisdom needed
within our own times and challenges.
As your descriptions of our current times and transitions come closer to the core of my own understandings and research, I will save my more extensive
comments on how both ancient wisdom and current science support your statements for another time and place. I will briefly say that the choice of the
“holographic” descriptor is one I completely agree with and use myself.
I wanted to add one more note here - I learned a lot when you expanded in a follow up post about your choice of “cycular” in the title. I admit
that I was supremely confident that this was not a typo, but had not seen it used before. It went on my “further research” list, but you answered
my questions in your post before I got that far. I can see why you selected it, and I believe it adds significantly to the context of the information