posted on Feb, 13 2014 @ 06:06 PM
Just finished it. Definitely some interesting information, much of which I've discussed on ATS at one point or another. But it was nice to have it all
in one comprehensive video.
There clearly is something missing that we haven't figured out. What was the obsession with the equinoxes across the different ancient cultures that
inspired them to work with stone in the manner they did? And how did they even comprehend an equinox?
I think that the Ancient Egyptians were the most skilled, intelligent, and mysterious civilization to have ever existed. I do believe the Ancient
Greeks got much of their knowledge from them, which was the influence for what's become the basis of western knowledge in the sciences, mathematics,
philosophy, and perhaps even religion. I'm also of the opinion that Ancient Egypt was the actual so called "Atlantis" that Plato first spoke of. Plato
was known to be the originator of the legend of the advanced city, and curiously enough he was also known to have spent some considerable time in
Egypt. It makes me wonder if Egypt did in fact inspire the legend of Atlantis.
The Ancient Egyptians possessed incredible knowledge and to me were more advanced that any other civilization of that time. They had a keen
understanding of engineering, astronomy, geology, mathematics, physiology et al. They also were obsessed with the afterlife which seems to be the
driver of some of the most epic engineering feats that still mystify to this day.
Given this I have to wonder about a couple of things...
If religion and science could coexist back then without issue, then why not now?
And perhaps most intriguing to me, is if the Ancient Egyptians knew so much about the sciences, arts, mathematics etc; all of which we can arguably
say they were probably the best ever at ... What did they know and understand about the human soul and the afterlife?
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