“Great minds think alike.” Now there’s a saying which goes back far enough that one cannot source its origins, I imagine. Having said that, maybe elaborate testing in a lab will one day reveal its source. Unlikely, don’t you think?
All the more reason to start paying (more) attention to our internal voice, our intuitive thinking–even if it means proving that prophesying can be done. After all, if time is relative, this should be second-nature… Instead of keeping secrets to oneself, (as have been doing the elite parties in authority) if we seek the truth together, it will unfold.
And yet Mystery itself will prevail; not everything can be revealed by the scientific method or else by ‘demythification’*.
The latest news of the Pyramid(s) of Giza shows that there are good people out there trying to get closer to the ‘holy grail’ (which is none other than the Great Mystery):
Sadly, Michel Barsoum’s conclusion (according to this one article) only goes so far as to say that ‘they’ (does he the builders?) appear to have been ‘nanotechnologists’, that the Pyramids are a technology of the future, and that no natural chemical composition is found elsewhere on the planet.
So, what conclusions can be drawn from this? Well, as I put it in Part 1, no one has (yet) built the Great Pyramid, though we upright-human beings have attempted to reconstruct something close to it, but never as precisely and as long-standing as the one, IT.
Can this ‘crystalized’ pyramid be the basis of all other shapes, beyond the ’roundness’ of all outward appearance, even?
* If I remember correctly from my Theology & Myth course I took at Univ., this term demythifying came from one of those theologists to mean the urge [Christians] have of wanting to uncover the secrets behind every living thing – I don’t recall whether it was coined by Mircea Eliade. (will research).