reply to post by Raelsatu
There's certainly technological suppression in some sectors as it applies to gadgetry that could be cheap and effective as means for large scale
State secrets and all as well.
All the others you list regarding Archaeology, History, Spirituality?
You're only as blind as you allow yourself to be.
History is recorded everywhere. If you've any doubts about what you were taught, hit the primary unfiltered source material and have at your own
interpretation. This applies to Archaeology as well.
There's plenty primary source material documenting excavation sites with photos, sketches, measurements, detailed descriptions, itemized listings of
all items found with details or in situ orientation, etc to pour over.
Read those old Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Aztec Chinese, Proto-Indus, Proto-Indo-European, and other such scrolls, stones, tablets, monuments, or
whatever in the original unfiltered original language.
You'll have to learn the language of course, but, hey, even so called ignorant immigrants that have jobs cleaning toilets can learn a second language
in their new home, so, in the search for knowledge, you certainly must be smarter than those immigrant toilet cleaners, so, learn a dead language.
Spirituality? eh. Go hug a crystal, meditate on a mandala, open your 14th eyeball, shoot rainbow lasers out your nose, dance around with snakes, or
magnets, and/or drink/inhale/abstain from/feast on any number of sorts of unordinary substances that are suppose to do something jiggy with your
You won't know unless you try.
You can also study Psychology and Social Anthropology for another angle of understanding.
Either trust what your told, or, go out and get your answers yourself.
If you go out and get your answers yourself, unless you have a Doctorate in what you're looking for answers for, prepare to be laughed at by people
that already have thoroughly studied, absorbed, and possibly know much more about whatever it was you went seeking answers to.
edit on 19-11-2012 by Druscilla because: (no reason given)