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General Category => Pre-Dynastic HistoryMythology/Atlantis => Topic started by: Chuck-Star on August 11, 2017, 06:12:50 PM

Title: Twisted History (Not of This Earth)
Post by: Chuck-Star on August 11, 2017, 06:12:50 PM
This blog series contains excerpts from "A Twisted History: Genesis and the Cosmos" -

"Modern Science" has difficulty coming to grips with extremely rare events.  It demands certainty and repeatability.  However, processes in the Universe are so random that every solar system could in fact be unique.  The odds of our solar system taking the precise configuration we now see are essentially zero.  It may not be possible with any simulation (and certainly not with any that exists today) to reproduce exactly what happened in our neck of the galactic woods.  And this in turn tells us something about the Universe.  It is more about extremes than averages.  It is a place where anything that can happen eventually does happen, but it might not ever happen again!  Only a miniscule change in initial conditions can produce an entirely different outcome.  Where and how life takes root is not entirely predictable, if at all predictable.  That is not to say that life cannot and has not developed in other solar systems.  It most definitely has, but probably with a different set of adaptations.

Is the ancient cosmology derived from Myth and the Bible perfect?  Surely not, either due to the distortions of time and cultural retelling, or the inherent challenge of reconstructing complex cosmic interactions that occurred billions of years ago.  Regardless, our solar system was “special” enough for someone or something (God, ET, or whatever you prefer) to make the extraordinary effort of determining its basic origins and formation, that is, to derive its own custom cosmology (from the reference frame of Earth).  If this were not enough, the cosmology of our solar system was further connected to another specific but larger cosmology of the Milky Way Galaxy.  This layered, fractal-like cosmology was then imprinted upon human civilization in the form of allegories, and kept alive through role playing in each successive generation of the ancient royal family.

Although there is a little more astronomical detail that can be squeezed out of the stories of Jacob, Joseph and Moses, it is already abundantly clear that the entirety of Genesis and Exodus hangs on a sophisticated cosmological framework - at least what was left of it at the time those books were composed.  Each Patriarch and Matriarch encodes an aspect of a cosmological story that is every bit as bizarre as it is fixed.  There is also a very high degree of consistency between the Biblical narratives and the Mythological sources from which they were drawn.  In other words, it doesn’t appear that anyone could have just made this up.  It is a vestige of received knowledge that came from someone or something “not of this Earth.”

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