The ChronoTale

The ChronoTale

Here is a partial, semi-historical timeline of the events important to out purposes here. We say “semi-historical,” because many of the most crucial occurred before the historical era, that is, before 3000 BCE at the earliest.

More than 12,500 years ago

The Golden Age

Rounded-Box-220-Golden-AgeJust prior to the so-called historical era – meaning the times and civilizations for which we have even a minimum written record – hundreds of myths and stories from cultures around the world, both past and present, tell of a Golden Age when humankind lived without fear. It was a time of plenty for all. Everyone had a full-time, 24/7, high-speed, broadband connection to other realms of reality that we call spiritual or divine realms today. This was nothing unusual back then; everyone had it. It was literally a time of Heaven on Earth.

What is interesting is that all of the stories that remember this time are eerily similar to each other.

They couldn’t have all made up the same story. It seems that hundreds of different cultures remember the same kind of Golden Age. It is hard to deny that it really existed.

What is interesting is that all of the stories that remember this time are eerily similar to each other.

They couldn’t have all made up the same story. It seems that hundreds of different cultures remember the same kind of Golden Age. It is hard to deny that it really existed. [Read more]

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About 12,500 years ago

The Cataclysm

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All these same ancient stories describe a cataclysm or wide-spread catastrophe that destroyed this Golden Age, whether through floods, fire from the sky, mighty winds, earthquakes, gigantic lightening bolts and massive volcanic eruptions, or all of these. And here there is a great deal of physical evidence from around the world. This event happened about 11,500 years ago.

Much, perhaps most, life was lost, both animal and human. No trace was left of any prior civilizations. Only their memory. But something else was lost – something as precious as life itself. Whereas before this cataclysm humankind had a full-time connection to other realms of existence, afterwards this connection was greatly weakened. In the vast majority of people it was completely broken. Everyone was alone within themselves.

After the cataclysm

The Aftermath

the aftermath

After the cataclysm, everyone had a severe, long-lasting case of post-traumatic stress disorder, in spades. Not only was every civilization destroyed, everyone was damaged on the inside.

But wait a minute… Aren’t we told that Man “sinned” somehow, and then “fell”? Adam and Eve and that story? First there was big-time sinning, then there was the flood. That’s right, isn’t it?

 

What if it isn’t right? Why, if in the Golden Age when we were perfectly tuned to the spiritual realms, and could have anything we wanted, why would we rebel, become selfish and “sin”? There would be no reason to. It makes much better sense if there was a catastrophe first, which all but destroyed our divine connection, then we became selfish, since the little “self” was all anyone knew any more? This makes much more sense. Only those who deny that there was any Golden Age have a problem with it.

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