Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Heaven and mythology

Date Line May 30, 2007

Mythology scrambles and is taken as gospel to those who do not study the history of creation; that is, the history of the creation of mythology.

In the land of the Hyperborea the sun shines twenty-four hours a day. In Hyperborea, it is said, people live a thousand years, their lives filled with joy and happiness.

A Day in Heaven is a Thousand Years on Earth. Shall we die and live a thousand years? Shall any King reign for a thousand years during which time we shall enjoy peace and happiness?

What is the promise? What is it that some among us hold to be the promise, or fulfillment, of their faith and devotion?

What is the influence of Greek upon Christian? What is the influence of Christian, or Greek, upon Islam? Who the teacher, who the taught?

What is the influence of one tradition upon the root of the other three?

One thing is certain, the path continually tracks back to the Scythian, or those who would become known as Scythian.

Consider the path of mankind. They move from Africa, through the Middle East and into Europe, Asia, and the Americas. The route is unknown, but the genealogy, the haplogroups, are known..

Humanity develops. But it does so under exacting conditions. There is an ice age which drives them south, after they have reached the northern extremes. Oral history.

Oral history among those we would like to believe were ignorant and grunting animals; yet they were artists, tool makers, gathers of vast amounts of knowledge. Oral history, mythology, the passing of tales.

The sun never set, the land covered with water – frozen as it might be, but none the less water. Things believed, recalled and expanded upon in terms known to those of generations which followed.

Mythology, divine stories, tales of creation and existence; tales of destruction and death. How do we, how did they, understand their world? Creationist or scientist? Myth or reality? How do we relate and in what do we believe?

Match the legond and mythology. Track it by its origins and the people to whom it is assigned. Track it by haplogroup. Who migrated where and why? Do the stories work against the DNA?

One eyed monsters? Could they be real? One eyed people? Could there be a deformity, a birth defect, a cause f nature which made for those who became legend and myth?

Are there giants? Were there people who rode horses and appeared to be one with the horse, appeared to be part horse, part man? Were there women warriors? Did they live near the Black Sea, near the Sea of Azov? And was this the place of the flood which we know?

Was Ararat the land of those who survived, relocated, after a flood engulfed their land? Did a small populace tell a great story? Was it recorded by those who learned to write? Was it, it must have been, their story; it must have been their mythology.

Story upon story, converted and spread, its content changed, shaped, expanded, modified, to fit that which was learned, known and believed. Iranian mythology? Aryan Mythology? Greek mythology?

Whose mythology are they each, or are they one mythology told, and personalized, by many? Do you dare to believe that which is ancient, only because it is ancient? Do you rest your life, and the life of your seed, on the truth of myth?

Quote from scripture, quote from legend, quote from epic poem. It is all the same, they just change the name. What is the truth? Is it that we shall die because of a lie? That we shall see war and destruction in the quest for an ancient myth?

Whose haplogroup? Whose legend? Whose knowledge? Whose quest for enlightenment has been usurped into a spiral of destruction and death?

Are we to live in peace for but a single day? Is that what it is about?

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