For simplicity sake for this post, most readers will fall into one of two highly broad categories.
Those who believe in Creationism and those who believe in Evolution. Both are wrong in their understanding of their present circumstances which
directly coincides with their understanding of the past.
In the Creationist's world view, Earth was made by God some 6,000 years ago, and involves the retelling of a Savior who died and got resurrected or
will someday save us all. It's beyond my scope to cover all who fall under this category, but we basically have the Judeo/Christian population. While
they are right about God making the universe, they don't know who the real God is or the history of the world.
Now adherents to evolution don't usually believe in God, especially those who believe in not just microevolution but the macro kind as well. They
believe that the history of humanity is all about PROGRESS... That it's up and up and up for the advancement of humankind. There have been
stutterings along the way of course, such as when religion in the form of the Dark Ages got in the way, but now that they are liberated from the bonds
of backwardness, they are free to rise up to the wonderments of their own technological and knowledgeable undertakings.
I mean, just look at the big screen TVs we've made or skyscrapers or being able to go to the moon (cough). This is testament that humanity is
progressing upward. Still might not be perfect, but at least we are on the upward path.
This is just complete and utter nonsense and if you think this way, you don't realize how in the dark you are.
We are at the end of the Fourth (Iron) age of humanity.
The Four great ages are:
Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Iron
We are in the Iron Age...so that's why you all are Iron Men.
Each age lasts a quarter of the Earth's precession of the equinox. Total that would be:
Each age would then be 25920/4=6,480 years.
This does put the last age starting at close to what Creationists consider to be the creation of the world, but it didn't start there.
The first age was the best, The Golden Age, where we all lived for long periods of time, food was easy to get, and we stayed true to the Earth and the
At the end of each age we got a little greedy in our own advancements in knowledge and wisdom, and developed an Ego, and wanted to keep forever the
things we sub-created. This evil was destroyed by God, but the seeds still remained until the next age until its end and so on.
Until finally here we are at the end of the Iron age, the worst age of them all when materialism and the machine and ego and wickedness in the world
prevail in defiance of the God who gave us this world to enjoy in the first place. Wars, and disease, and famine and strife and murders and on and on
are the direct results of mankind's thumbing its noses in the very face of God, wanting to realize immortality for themselves and keeping the
treasures they have accumulated.
So you're not at the very pinnacle of humanity's existence.
You're actually at the LOWEST.
(Oh, and one other thing. This cycle started yeah somewhere close to 6,480 years ago, and by estimation of the Earth's equinox back then that was
likely on 4477BC, the cycle's end has been overdue since 2003.)
For more info, go to:
(thanks goes out to Unity99 for the reminder to this website)