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What are We?

When people discuss the origin of Humanity, a lot of different theories are debated. It has come to my attention that most people will only accept one angle out of all the possibilities. The standard belief is that we have come to be by slowly evolving from apes. Others, believe we were created by God. Despite opposing claims from either side, there is a lot of evidence to support both claims. Is there really only one correct belief? I believe that the truth will be found when people look into both theories with an open and scientific mind.

It is a well known fact that species evolve due to a number of factors such as: environment, mutation, and natural selection. Human beings have broken these laws by cross-breeding certain animals. These animals are called hybrids and can not produce offspring. Even if pregnancy takes place, the fetus is quickly miscarried due to a difference in blood type. This is caused by red cell alloimmunization. This same pregnancy issue happens in homo sapiens. Is this because, we too, are hybrids?

There is substantial evidence to suggest that an Alien race known as the Anunnaki bred with homo erectus and created the modern humans. Zecharia Sitchin deciphered ancient Sumerian tablets that described the genetic mixing of Anunnaki DNA with the Homo Erectus species.

We have evolved from apes and have been “created” in the Gods image. Almost all religious texts describe this event in one way or another. It is also common knowledge that creatures evolve in order to continue surviving. I urge you to seek for information in either of these theories that dismisses the credibility of the other. I know that with an honest look, you will see that these theories can coexist together and form a mixedtheory that is closer to truth.

When Truth and Myth Converge: Eye of the Beholder

Many ancient cultures believe in a particular origin myths. Whether we came from the heavens, oceans, or inner-earth; there are multitudes of stories to accompany such beliefs. Though there are many uniting factors throughout these tales, sacred geometry and aesthetics are ones that deserve a more refined look.

People have always admired landscapes that resemble certain shapes and colors. Ancients noticed similar behavior among plants and the stars. It has been some people’s life work to discover a singular denomination, a force that governs all that is above and below; Namely, Aristotle. What is it about aesthetics that make people pay more attention to something?

A mystical mountain resides within the transhimalayian mountain range in Tibet. This mountain is called Mount Kailash. It is said that if a person completes a pilgrimage around the entire base that a lifetime of sins will be atoned. It is both cherished within Hinduism and Buddhism, as well as, others. Its four sides point directly to: North, South, East, and West. Four of Asia’s greatest rivers originate from within Mt. Kailash and is believed to be singular point in which mother earth resides. It is no surprise that this mountain was taken notice of. Its faces are made of crystal, ruby, gold, and lapis lazuli according to excerpts from the Vishnu Purana. It sits in the heart of six vast mountain ranges symbolizing a lotus.  Lord Shiva, the destroyer of ignorance and illusion, resides at the summit. Protecting the peak and punishing any who dare trek its summit. Mt. Kailash is the origin of all life on Earth and the catalyst of terraformation.

My question to you is this: Would observations like this happen without people’s affinity for geometric beauty? Take notice in the subtle arrangements of objects, both organic and man-made, on our planet. You may, for a moment, see through the eyes of the ancients and feel the importance and purpose everything emits around us.