Over the weekend I spent some time with a documentary entitled, The Revelations of the Pyramids. This film takes an in depth, and unbiased look into the Great Pyramids of Egypt, by presenting mathematical, scientific, and extremely well researched historical information in an attempt to help us find answers to our future, by exploring the mystery of our past.
The narrator presents her findings after over thirty-seven years of in depth research from not just exploring the mysteries of Egypt, but analyzing structures from China, Mexico, and Peru as well.
The knowledge she has uncovered, is hard to argue, and one can’t help but wonder if this is in fact a warning, or something that is so far above us, it is completely beyond our control. This goes beyond conspiracy theory, because the science behind the findings are so precise it is hard to argue the points presented.
Personally, in my humble opinion, I believe that the questions of our past, are meant to aid us in the answers to our future. It is through this exploration of the past, we can really understand what it means to be human, and what our purpose on this planet is. Whether you are intrinsically drawn to this material, or if you are on the opposite side of the spectrum and find this to be a little “crazy”, I believe it is through keeping an open mind that you can objectively take in “different” knowledge, and analyze it without bias. We spend so much time as a culture enveloped in celebrity, vanity, and materialistic goals that unfortunately when it comes to exploring something that is looked at as “fringe”, we have been programmed to look at this type of information with a negative attitude. I urge you to put personal bias aside, and look at the facts behind this documentary without prejudice.
Keeping an open mind does not make you a heretic, it makes you objective, as the real truth is knowing we know nothing. Take inspiration from one of the greatest thinkers of our time, Albert Einstein, who was quoted as saying: “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”