posted on Apr, 27 2012 @ 01:05 AM
Utilizing energy is in my mind one of those forks in the road that we didn't give thought.
We were young and naive, and oil was burst through the cracks, and then with time when Einstein gave us the keypass to harness the greater power, to
which we chose very endangering facilities to selfishly harness more despite the risk to the masses, and of course, the window towards weaponry that
should not exist period. One would think with our accomplishments in blowing things up that we would have looked internal at some point to gain more
insight over the forces we are conducting experiments with.
It's half attributed to ignorance and arrogance for why this has gone on, and though the world seems organized in this day and age, we know that it
isn't. The illusion of organization of a free world has been perpetuated in part by the momentum of the technological era and the shiny gifts of
materialism that have truly binded us here in the western world in particular.
Some say technology to utilize solar energy is too expensive and not developed enough, but I say we're being lied to, or that we developed far too
much in our pursuit for the energy source down below. Our solution to just about everything is, blow it up.
It seems many sources account for how many ancient cultures knew very well of electromagnetic forces and anomalies over the planet, ley lines as some
call them, capable of juicing the surrounding area more. I see the electromagnetic spectrum as a portal that we must reach our hand into in order to
get any results or anything back in return.
I do believe that humans can productively harness alternative energy from other sources, hell, even from within ourselves if that was the focus for
long enough. Our range of perception has taken one fork in the road, whilst the other is there, though appearing as a fading glow. I feel that we have
our own magnetic field, and that they've all sort of overlapped and layered into one collective energy that unfortunately is providing much static to
many people in these days.
These are interesting times to be alive in, albeit a bit frightful at times. While I won't deny that past cultures could have harnessed energy and
technology in other ways from us, it's hard for me to believe that there was a past cilivization that took our blow it up approach. Surely, all these
civilizations didn't do things the way we do, and that's possibly why we can't figure them out, because we're so hellbent on our present stance of
There's a thick line on the planet. This line stretches apart of a 24,901 mile long circle. This 100 km wide circle goes through a plethora of
Following Easter Island, it goes to Peru where it passes through the Paracas, the Nazca Lines, Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu, Cuzco, Sacsayhuaman and
the Paratoari pyramids.
When it reaches Africa, it crosses the Mali and Dogon region, where they knew the stars Sirius B and C before any other documented astronomers. It
then crosses Algeria and the Tassili N'ajjer where there is a painted martian god. In Egypt it goes through the Siwa Oasis and it's Temple of Amun,
to Heliopolis and the pyramids of Giza, to which the Great Pyramid is directly in the centre. Next it crosses Petra of Jordan and then the ancient
Sumerian city of Ur where Abraham was said to have been born. Next is the ancient city of Persepolis in Iran.
Continuing on the line, next is Mohenjo Daro where writing nearly identical to that on Easter Island was found. It then passes the homes of the gods:
Khajuraho in India, Pyay in Burma, Sukhothai in Thailand, then Angkor Wat and Preah Vihear in Cambodia.
There is no way possible that all of that could ever be a coincidence in my mind. It seems ridiculous to even argue it, but it is what it is.
Pythagoras spent a quarter of his life at Heliopolis studying, and came up with "There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in
the spacing of the spheres." Several others took a similar approach for enlightenment.
Clearly these forces can provide more than what we are willing to accept.