posted on Oct, 29 2013 @ 12:02 AM
In my esoteric workings over the years, nearly everything that is founding-myth sort of accounts has turned out to represent cosmology. Literally, the
founding of our universe, galaxy, particularly solar system, except humans rewrote it to sound like a bizarre story about depraved people with even
worse behavior called gods, a context in which it makes no sense at all (if one is over the age of five) except what arbitrary anthropomorphology we
can project into it, to try and give it some.
I haven't had a lot of focus on that particular subject, but accidentally I've gotten some. Not done yet in that area so not easy to translate and
summarize. But, suffice to say, that I don't actually consider it to represent a physical place on earth; although I suppose it's possible there are
multiple layers of meaning and it could 'also' be inclusive of that.
I admire the efforts of people to try and 'figure anything out' from today's vantage based on so little to go on.
I think it's possible that in a sort of archetypal sense, perhaps we will automatically project into these references our own energy, creating for
them a certain element of legitimacy, at the cultural-emotional level, that they might not have in surface meaning.