Overview: Over the last couple of years I have watched dozens of videos about the uncovering of the most amazing structures, settlements and whole cities dating back thousands of years, engineering, architectural and artistic marvels that would seem to defy the skills and abilities of the people who were suppsed to have existed at the times proferred.In all cases archaeologists tell us that the bands of nomadic herders and hunter-gatherers of the time got together and decided they had had enough of the wandering life and decided to build permanent settlements and begin farming, and that with a steady source of food they then had the time to develop many other skills that allowed for much more complex and diverse societies to arise. It seems though that these early builders did not start with small, simple, crude structures that gradually improved over time, but began with huge, complex and perfectly constructed efforts that included running water and sewage systems, complex irrigation schemes, obervatories, and also the creation of much very fine pottery and intricately shaped and very high quality works of art. And after hundreds of thousands of years of the nomadic lifestyle, all around the world at around the same time they all decided to begin settling down and advanced more in a very short time than they had in all the millenia before that. Could there be other versions of the history of human development? Seems so to me.

Ancient Civilisations

Jericho excavation

This 1 hour youtube documentary is well worth a watch I believe.
Jericho - The First City on Earth?

In most instances it is found that the great structures and complexes that included the use of perfectly fit together,
complex shaped and often megalithic scale stones were sourced from distant quaries, transported over the most rugged and
inhospitible land or water without the use of the wheel or even beasts of burden, and shaped in some cases
without even the use of metal tools but with obsidian implements.
I don't buy the story one bit, and would prefer to believe the ancient legends that are told by many of the original inhabitants of these areas,
legends that tell of how the Gods created the ancient structures, taught humans farming and other essential skills, and explained to them
their origins and potentials as children of the Gods.
In Platos Critias he tells of what the ancient Greeks learned from the ancient Egyptians, and I believe, as do a growing number of
researchers, that what he spoke should be taken as truth and not fable.

"In the days of old the gods had the whole earth distributed among them by allotment. There was no quarrelling; for you cannot rightly suppose that the gods did not know what was proper for each of them to have, or, knowing this, that they would seek to procure for themselves by contention that which more properly belonged to others. They all of them by just apportionment obtained what they wanted, and peopled their own districts; and when they had peopled them they tended us, their nurselings and possessions, as shepherds tend their flocks, excepting only that they did not use blows or bodily force, as shepherds do, but governed us like pilots from the stern of the vessel, which is an easy way of guiding animals, holding our souls by the rudder of persuasion according to their own pleasure;-thus did they guide all mortal creatures."


Who the God were or where they originated is of course a very contentious subject, and most of course will never believe in such Gods,
especially when told that the many astounding structures such as the Egyptian pyramids, Nan Madol, Sacsayhuaman, Angkor,
were constructed by what we would call magic, that the stones flew through the air from the distant sources and fit themselves together perfectly,
all in total silence, and has been found in some remaining chiseled stone writings to have been completed in a day, or as with some Hindu temples, overnight.
Impossible the scientific experts will tell us, but it is also impossible that men with simple tools and sweat labour could have
built any of these structures in any amount of time, and if any serious experiments to repeat such feats was
attempted the futility of such efforts would become very quickly obvious.

"When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."

If both scenarios are impossible though, what can the improbable be? To me the answer must lie in the
spiritual realm. The Ascended Masters, including the one we now call Jesus, and Shiva, and Mithra
all told us that if we truly believed in their words we could move mountains, quite literally.
There are legends that tell of such events,(Tao Hill and his Brother in Haida culture) but when some of the
structures were built by the ancients it seems they moved the mountains from where they sourced the rock in pieces,
and the remains of quaries where the stones came from sometimes show partially shaped stones.
Again, some legends tell that the stones would be shaped as they were travelling through the air to their destination,
where they would fit themselves into place perfectly.
The earliest settlements such as Gobli Tepe indicate a spiritually aware people who lived very close to nature, had no
evidence of violence or war, shared child raising and existed peacfully for perhaps a thousand years or
more, and similar accounts exist of other early settlements around the world.

So which scenario is the impossible one, magic or manpower?
Magic derives fron the word magi, the wise men.
In the Religion and Spirituality section I will look at
how the major religions have been altered so that
most people are not aware of our true nature and potentials.