Religion is guilty of setting too many finite premises within the human psyche, designed within confines of hidden and lost agendum across the continents and ages, within specific cultural, historical and geographical contexts, and today it just flays around in a designated area called Sunday, as the metaphorical snake that consumed itself – but is still in denial about its relevance.
But Science? Is it much better? Is it the new panacea? A band-aid for disgruntled religious refugees seeking unity under the banner of atheism?
Generally it would appear mostly not, but just mostly.
Science is currently fashionable, we’re going through an age where science memes are cool, geeks want to know more, people want to be geeks, and it’s great that there are some excellent role models promoting actively the importance and wonder of science. This is a step in the right direction, another step onto the staircase leading to a brighter future (hopefully pulling us out of this present destination of certain destruction) and at least science (through it’s structure) enables more self-correction than religion.
On the face of it, I think science serves humanity in more constructive ways.
However, when I find unusual Mars content, read about finds like Gobekli Tepi (pictured), follow the excavation of the buried bodies of the Easter Island statues, unusual, yet logical questions about consciousness, and all other ancient archeology, hidden technology (the work of Nicolai Tesla, Klaus Dona, Graham Hancock, Richard C Hoagland, Terrence McKenna, David Icke et al.)…
Profound questions about our origins, how long we’ve lived here, and with whom we once shared this planet, take up residence in my head
With all that brain candy popping around up there, I start linking allegory with biblical accounts, Hindu, Roman and Greek authors etc. Because I think religion has a place in our world too. It’s where we’ve come from. But we’ve got to be honest about it – every other approach has led to wide scale suffering and misery.
Science without vision is blind and as discovered fossils, skeletons, hieroglyphs and sculptures reveal further extraordinary questions that go above and beyond the scope and practice of the current think-space representing the arena, the genuine seekers, with Earth-interest, who devote their lives and resources to uncovering these awesome questions, devoting their energies to progressing along these taboo lines, are NEVER rewarded for opening up the field … no… they’re often marginalised, and driven underground – where peer-review is non-existent and red-herring loving debunking ducks are fat and plentiful.
And, instead of these awesome and incredible finds becoming fuel for deeper searching, and wider questioning, involving the majority of the inhabitants that share the planet (not just the few who seek it out), they’re simply debunked and dismissed. Sad.
This video is a fine way to end my post, here’s Klaus Dona with an impressive body of finds to hammer home my point.
You don’t have to swallow everything you’re told, you’re never going to know it all, but that doesn’t mean you should ever stop asking questions.
I am stubborn about knowing the Truth … and I’m not just talking about the Buddhism truth about we are here and now, it’s all we have and everything is an illusion, sort of truth … but the Truth about our origins, answers to perplexing questions and getting things absolutely, exactly right (eventually). Today’s Daily post fitted this theme perfectly. Thanks.