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Searching for truth.

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Lately I have found I am searching for an answer but I did not have the right question. You can not find any answers if you do not question. Then I found a beautiful documentary on TV and on a channel I do not normally watch. It was about The Pyramid Codes. I discovered a truth that whispered on the air and I found myself realizing I had asked the wrong questions. I decided it was time to change my thinking and start doing. I have read so much and studied for many years about life religion and the psychology of the mind only to find empty promises mixed with lies and misconceptions. I am not judging but I do not understand why we need to fight, why there is such strife and chaos and why does religion condemn those who think for themselves? Why is everything under the umbrella of man? Why did it not fall under woman? And then as I watched this program I could see what the truth of man was. It was a lie. It was a lie perpetuated by men for the purpose of gold money and power.

What has been taught may well be a huge lie. Science now understands maybe as far back as 24,000 years ago there was a time referred to as the Golden Age. It was a matriarchal society. Not that women had the power but that women and men were of the same mind spirit and emotion. Woman was the heads of their households and owned property. What happened to this enlightened age? A group of religious priests found they liked power and money. They developed a payment system. Over time the matriarch system fell to the side and we have lived in a patriarchal system ever since, meaning man’s law. The same belief brought society to the dark ages or iron age which we still live in. Fear women would usurper their power the freedom of enlightenment was diminished to fall into obscurity.

What I found the most fascinating is that it may not be man who is the cause of this chaos but the very nature of the earth. The earth not only spins on its axis but sort of wobbles around to and this wobble takes about 26,000 years to complete. It just happens to also coincide with the Mayan calendar which ended in 2012. This means not the end of what we know but the beginning of what we have forgotten. When Dec 2012 clicked by, we entered the coming new year and we are starting the journey towards the next Golden Age. No we are not going to see an abrupt change in thinking but the earth itself will start to change. A good change, electromagnetically change. When you see how the pyramids themselves produce energy after such decay and damage imagine what they did when they were first constructed. These structures were thought to be built to help diminish the effects on people and their spirituality, their enlightened state of being, though the creators of the pyramids knew it would not stop it. How advanced these people were and how arrogant and ignorant we have been. As new discoveries are made we have to start asking better questions. These people of the Golden Age are not simple-minded ancient people but as we uncover the truth we are the  society made up of  simple-minded ancients. Science is just getting a handle on how much we have not understood and are now starting to ask the right questions, finding the truth long forgotten but never lost.

As a delightful Egyptian Scholar said on the program “We already have the answers, it is called knowing” Beautiful thought knowing. Does something inside you know truth? Maybe nature or the pyramids will show us ours.

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Laurie is a US-based nature botanical artist known for her detailed whimsical flower watercolors. Using only the finest quality materials her paintings murals and custom painted furniture are investment pieces that will bring nature home for decades to come.

2 thoughts on “Searching for truth.

  1. Carl Jung was once asked if he believed in God. (At that time, it was “assumed” that psychiatrists/psychologists had no belief or interest in God.) Jung replied, to the astonishment of his listeners, “No, I don’t believe in God, I know.” Your Egyptian quote reminded me of that and how much more fulfilling it is to “know,” than to simply believe. Also wanted to mention your post about the budding trees of Jan. I live in Illinois and, even though it’s very cold now, we had an occasional flower bloom in Dec., mostly dandelions but still precious gifts. All of creation is connected, sharing energy with each other, if we so choose. These gifts are a reminder of that.

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