Cradle of Civilization

A Blog about the Birth of Our Civilisation and Development

The cycle of death and rebirth

Posted by Fredsvenn on August 25, 2015

How religion spread across the world

If we turn everything around we are not bodies with a soul, but souls using our bodies – your body is like your temple – treat it good!

It might look like we are single enteties, but in reality we are all connected – the most important is not the individual brain cells, but how the brain cells interact with each other. Each of us share the same circle of life, and all of us are physically linked together as a larger spiritual entity.

We are all inseparable from our mother, the Earth. Our ancient mythologies tells us about who we are and the different forces which define our lives. It is a cycical and ecological world that functions like every other organism. As with all other living beings we take part in the cycle of death and rebirth.

Our task is to cooperate and run the world in a manner that is both good for each and one of us as individuals, for the collective we are part of as a specie and for the rest of the world. Our enemies are the ones who separate us, conquer us and destroy our planet.

The thing is that the war going on now can’t end – it will continue until we are all dead or until we have transformad our civilization in the way it should have been – this not at least as a result of the destruction of the roots of our civilization – there will be no way back – we will win or be fucked forever.

Portasar (Armenian), also known as Gobekli Tepe (Turkish) in the Armenian Highland is the omphalo of our civilization and represent the place where our civilization was created 12000 years ago. From Portasar our civilization spread in all directions 7000 BC.

The people were Proto-Indoeuropean, and connected to haplogroups like E (Afro-Asiatic), G (NW Caucasian and Georgian), R1b (W European), J1 (Semitic), and J2 (NE Caucasian). The Urartian (Armenian) culture, also known as the Hurrians, is the nuclear of this civilization, but local variations was being created. However, all of them carried with them, the Neolithic package, our civilization.

We left what we knew as the garden of eden and spread our civilization to Mesopotamia in the south, to Canaan and further to North Africa, including Egypt, in the southwest, to Balkan and Europe in the west, to Caucasus and the Pontic stepes in the north, to China and Southeast Asia in the east, to India and South Asia and to Central Asia and Iran in the southeast.

In Greek, the word omphalos means “navel”. In Greek lore, Zeus sent two eagles across the world to meet at its center, the “navel” of the world. In the ancient world of the Mediterranean, it was a powerful religious symbol.

Portasar, meaning umbilical cord in Armenian, is a channel between the worlds. This cord serves as a portal between the two worlds that form a human. It is connected to the gods Haia, Janus and Portunus – the “door-keeper”, the god of beginnings and transitions, and thereby of gates, doors, doorways, passages and endings – the god of oportunities.

Armenia has a rich culture and history and prides itself as one of the oldest civilizations of the world, dating back to Biblical Noah and his Ark. It is the first nation to adopt Christianity as a state religion in AD 301. Since then, the Armenian people have identified strongly with their Christian faith.

The Bible is Jewish. Let them keep it. It is their book and their story. It is just stupid to belive in something like that for other people since other people have a totally different story. We have our own mythologies telling our stories. We must not forget our past.

At the same time we have to remember the future and that we don’t any longer only live in separate tribes and ethnical groups but coexist as a human race as a whole. Let us therefor make a mythology telling about the whole of humanity – our story and our common future.

Some people says magic have disappeared with the beginning of science, but maybe it is just the way we have looked at science which have made the magic disappear. Men have come to rule the world, not just as men, but as men – first we suppressed the women, than the rest of the world.

Science is not just science – there is a lot of different ways to look at science. Materialism is closely related to physicalism, the view that all that exists is ultimately physical. Later it has been argued that materialism has been disproven by certain scientific findings in physics, such as quantum mechanics and chaos theory.

Philosophical physicalism has evolved from materialism with the discoveries of the physical sciences to incorporate more sophisticated notions of physicality than mere ordinary matter, such as: spacetime, physical energies and forces, dark matter, and so on. Thus the term “physicalism” is preferred over “materialism” by some, while others use the terms as if they are synonymous.

Most of Hinduism and transcendentalism regards all matter as an illusion called Maya, blinding humans from knowing “the truth”. Maya is the limited, purely physical and mental reality in which our everyday consciousness has become entangled. Maya gets destroyed for a person when s/he perceives Brahman with transcendental knowledge.

The Gaia hypothesis, also known as Gaia theory or Gaia principle, proposes that organisms interact with their inorganic surroundings on Earth to form a self-regulating, complex system that contributes to maintaining the conditions for life on the planet.

Maybe we should start to recognize that women are equal to men and that we are all part of nature, the world around us, and that there are not only physical we can measure, but that there also exist a spiritual, imaterial world, which we are all a part of. If we do this maybe we can the recreate the magic

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