> Yeah, there's some synchronicity there too, in the Egyptian,
> as well as in the Indian and Chinese and Polynesian, etc.
> They're all connected, in my view (or are meant to be
> connected). If, from nowhere else, isn't that also what's
> coming through to you from this message board? Segestan and
> Perseus' excellent points notwithstanding, I think Gene has
> made some brilliant deductions as to the dispositions of our
> earliest ancestors, and his also connects nicely into
> Atlantean fable and the deductions others have made in an
> even wider scope . . .
I confess I don't read all the posts all the time, so no, my answer was not related to anything written in here, but I'll take a look at it. Atlantis was very real, and what I know about it comes from inside and my teacher. The closest I've seen in print to what she's told me is Edgar Cayce's stuff.
> >>Looking for inner truth in the Old Testament is a laborious
> process, and not worth the effort, IMO. There's simply too
> much BS in it, and the pearls are few and far between and
> couched in double-speak. Unless you are doing it for
> scholarly reasons, it's a waste of time because there is so
> much available in other sources regarding the inner teachings
> of the spiritual path. Sources that pretty much lay it right
> out. This is a different age, and we don't worry about
> secrecy and persecution, or decoding dusty old books.<<
> No, mine is a spiritual reason. But I don't look for inner
> truth in the Bible. There isn't any there. The inner truth,
> paradoxically, is in me. What I KNOW I see REFLECTED in the
> Bible. Partly. And part of what I know I see reflected in
> your words as well. The rest is coming.
True enough-you can't get inner reality into a book, that's for sure. The tarot comes close though, once the images start coming through.