AwakeningMythology and legends play an important role in our history, as well as our world religions. Mythology is merely a past religion where all of the followers are now dead. These ancient religions were just as important then, as today’s varieties of religion. If we begin to look at our own language, as a puzzle piece of the entire human language, and religion as a puzzle piece in world enlightenment, one must include the ancient myths. There still are ancient riddles to be solved and parallels to be drawn from the ancient texts that are as relevant today, as they were the day they were drafted.

Each of these allegories, parables, and metaphors gives us more insight into how ancient man interacted with their Gods, and what was passed down. If we analyze this ancient record carefully and without bias, we may yet have something to learn from the ancient Greeks, Romans, Sumerians, and Egyptians. We need to be able to lay all of the information that we as a species have collected over the years about what we have been calling Gods if we want to see history or HIS-Story the way it really happened. They have been interacting with us, through each age, and keeping themselves concealed from the general public as we evolved. Ancient mythology has conclusively demonstrated to me as I take entheogens and communicate with these Omnipotent Beings, that These Beings were also in communication with the ancient literate and gifted individuals of all of each time period. The ancients left very intelligent clues that would never be realized until eons later. They also seem to have sparked deliberate debates concerning such trivial things such as what color the feathers would have been, although it was always to them, a metaphor. This is common among the ancient thinkers, to confuse the lesser conscious men of their time intentionally, and leave artifacts to be decoded many years after they had left. Nostradamus was one of the most famous of all of these types of intellects, but there have been thousands over the millennia.

The mythology section is for decoding, or linking some of these ancient metaphors to today’s life and school of thought.

The mythology of Hercules or as the ancient Greeks called him Herakles the son of Zeus describes 10 labours, or feats he was to perform to atone for his sins after killing his family in a fit of insanity brought about by Zeus’ wife Hera. Each of these feats that Hercules performed was the basis for a great new story, each a a great chapter in his life. Over time, others added new feats to the list, but the original number was 10. The metaphor is the 10 commandments, and it is also a metaphor for why there are 10 feet in a story of a building. We are here to build character, and through these 10 labours, we will attain our own immortality.