posted on Sep, 16 2013 @ 10:46 AM
reply to post by 33vibe
This has happened at least once to us and possibly we have reached human high points hundreds of times every 12-13,000 years or so.
I have sat in enough history classes to understand that history is tricky... the fact that science doesn't agree on who or when the pyramids were
built is sufficient evidence for that...!
Actually, science does agree on when and who built the pyramids (4th dynasty, Egypt.) It's everyone else (people who haven't studied Egypt in depth
for decades and who haven't done field work there and who can't read inscriptions) who disagree.
History can be tricky because the winners control the documentation, but the winners can't prevent other evidence from coming to light. In either
case, there's little evidence for history being cyclic.
Cities, towns, villages, nations, empires -- they're all born and they all die and other civilizations feed off their remains (Roman Empire breaks
apart into two empires and one of them dies off, leaving small nations that are formed out of the remains... as an example.) But there's no cycle of
"everyone hits the Bronze Age at the exact same time and then goes into a huge collapse at the exact same time and then goes into the Iron Age at the
exact same time."
So, while Egypt fell, Rome was rising, the Persians were in disarray, but China was doing well. In North America, the Olmecs were a robust
civilization and the Maya were entering a new period.
And then, look at the moon. It's always so close (250,000km) but yet so far away... makes me think that NASA found something up there but
they were forbidden to reveal anything about it... because the revelation of what's on the moon would be more mind blowing than one man's small
steps on a fuzzy, black & white tv screen.
What they found was "Congress cut the budget for space travel." NASA is not the world. While our space program is falling apart, China's is
starting to boom and the European space agency and Russian space agencies are fairly healthy.
Another thing to be aware of is the propensity for humanity to deceive itself with regard to it's own natural & scientific history; and to
follow courses (political cycles) that systematically obliterates history (religious cycles), reducing it to ruins and then piecing it back together
again (spiritual cycles) ... into the shape of a human figure that is impenetrable, indecipherable and inconclusive.
We are not one civilization but many. While the Dark Ages ran rampant in Europe, the arts and sciences flourished in the Middle East, in China, and
elsewhere. We never have to piece it back together... we simply acquire it from those who never lost it.