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Friday, June 30, 2017

Human Understandings: A Retrospective Perspective
Phase Zero
Unity Consciousness #1051

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Everything humans do and don't understand about Nature (everything tangible and intangible in the Universe), humans have had to piece together (re-member) after the fact – long after the natural fact. Human understanding is fundamentally a retrospective perspective. As humans, we are playing catch up to what has already happened in the Universe and is happening in the Universe. This is so because humans were not created until a long time after all else in this dimension was created. The more we understand, the closer our current thoughts match what has happened, is happening and will happen. However, the more we misunderstand, the farther away our current thoughts are from what has happened, is happening and will happen.

Without human awareness of such a thing as “the scientific method,” humans were still practicing the scientific method. Experimenting and testing via the scientific method came first, then theory was developed to explain it. This is opposite to the way humans operate today. We allow theory to dictate what, how and why we experiment and test. Early humans, those closer to the root of our ancestral tree, formulated theories after they had experience. In contrast, today we look for evidence to support what we think. We start with a solution and create a problem by forcing information to fit what we think.

Regardless of humans taking an optimal or suboptimal approach, human understanding still evolves and de-evolves through phases just like everything else in the Universe. There are many ways to describe these phases. We shall use a numerical naming of Phases to help us organize understandings. In addition, it is important to incorporate the following complementary descriptive list of phases that we already have and will continue to encounter throughout this journey.
1. Pre-human
2. Very short humans
3. Imitation of nature that led to sign-language
4. Fear, then better understanding of nature's powers (the elementals)
5. Spirituality/spiritualism begins as animistic spirits. Spiritualism/spirituality is part of the description of all phases that follow.
6. Totemism. Spirituality/spiritualism evolves to include ancestral spirits.
7. Fetishism and development of true mythology (astronomical celestial: stellar, lunar, and solar) humanized but not as historical
8. Eschatological (Egyptian Theology)
9. Theology based on Nile Valley derived information (religion containing fragments of truth, but presented as totally historical fact when the mythology it is based on, was not historical fact). Spirituality/spiritualism de-evolves to represent a human historical God who existed in the flesh.
10. Development of untrue myth (legend/fable/folklore/fairy tales/superstition/illusion, delusion, balls of confusion) (AE1 26/36)
11. Restoration of foundation.

These descriptive phases do not match the numerical naming of Phases, but are taking place simultaneously. No phase after Zero, no matter how described by numbers or words, is isolated and limited to itself. These phases cross over and continue into other phases. They mix and merge, separate and diverge in any number of combinations. Despite the range of information presented, these understandings still amount to a general and partial overview of the evolution of human understandings.

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