Ancestral Memories

What inspires the human family to rediscover the past? Our curiosity to remember delves into the very essence of our existence and connection to our ancestors. The pursuit of uncovering our history and understanding the origins of human civilization is a reflection of our innate desire to connect with our roots, comprehend our identity, and heal from past traumas.

Rediscovering the past is not merely an academic exercise but a journey of self-discovery and healing that is essential for the evolution of our collective soul.

Ancestral Memories

Ancestral memories refer to the notion that experiences, knowledge, and trauma can be passed down through generations, not just through cultural transmission but also through biological mechanisms. Recent discoveries, such as the ancient artifacts from Cloggs Cave and the 2,000-year-old computer found in a shipwreck, highlight the profound wisdom and intelligence of our ancestors.

By examining these phenomena through the frameworks of epigenetics and the holographic theory of mind and consciousness, we can gain a deeper understanding of how memories and experiences are encoded and transmitted across generations, influencing our collective psyche and behaviors.

Epigenetics explores how environmental factors influence gene expression without altering the DNA sequence. This field reveals that trauma, experiences, and behaviors can leave molecular imprints on our DNA, which can be inherited by future generations. Significant traumatic events—such as wars, famines, and systemic oppression—can modify genetic expression, making descendants more susceptible to stress and psychological disorders.

Holographic Nature of Mind and Consciousness

The holographic theory of mind and consciousness suggests that the human mind operates similarly to a hologram, where each part contains the whole. This implies that memories and consciousness are not confined to a specific brain region but are distributed throughout the brain and possibly the universe. This distribution allows for the storage and retrieval of vast amounts of information, including ancestral memories. The holographic nature of consciousness means that our individual memories are intertwined with the collective memory of humanity, embedded in the fabric of space-time.

The Akashic Records, also known as the Book of Life in the indigenous wisdom of Torah, is a concept that represents a library that contains the collective consciousness and experiences of every soul that has ever lived. The term comes from the Sanskrit word akasha, which means "sky". The records are said to contain every word, deed, feeling, thought, and intent of every individual, as well as all universal events, emotions, and intent for all life forms. In the Torah it is said taught that Arch-Angel Michael (Metatron in hebrew) oversees the book a life.

Encoding Memories in Space-Time

Advances in quantum physics and neuroscience propose that memories might be encoded in the fabric of space-time itself. This aligns with the notion that consciousness and memory are non-local phenomena, transcending the physical brain. Therefore, memories could be patterns of information imprinted on the universe, accessible through the holographic network of consciousness.

Intergenerational Trauma

Intergenerational trauma refers to the transmission of historical oppression and its negative consequences across generations. The trauma experienced by one generation affects the psychological and emotional well-being of subsequent generations, manifesting as anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. This trauma is encoded in our DNA and perpetuated through cultural and social practices. Healing intergenerational trauma requires acknowledging historical injustices and fostering environments that promote psychological and emotional resilience.

Ancient Wisdom and Clues of a Higher Collective Consciousness

The discovery of the 2,000-year-old computer, akin to the Antikythera mechanism, demonstrates the advanced technological capabilities of our ancestors. We don’t know how our ancestors created the pyramids. We can't explain the origins of the emerald tablets of Toth found in the Sumerian empire that highlight profound wisdom and were among the earliest civilizations we've found that mapped the constellations. There are many mysteries that remain be unraveled. We see that with depictions of vimanas (flying crafts) in the Mahabharata, arguably the world’s oldest living text. There is much speculation about the involvement of star nations in the development of humanity from reviewing ancient texts.

I personally doubt the Mahabharata is the oldest text because I’ve been told by a princling from a tribe in West Africa their elders possess a text over 100,000 years of age.

Similarly, the construction of the pyramids, the enigmatic Emerald Tablets of Thoth from the Sumerian empire, and other ancient mysteries highlight their profound wisdom. The Mahabharata, with its depictions of vimanas (flying crafts), and the claims of ancient texts over 100,000 years old from West African tribes, further emphasize the depth of knowledge possessed by ancient civilizations.

The study of the origin of religion reveals that healing ceremonies using hallucinogenic natural herbs, plants, and fungi were common across many cultures, suggesting a higher collective consciousness. These ceremonies, similar to the Aboriginal rituals discovered, trace back further than our current understanding of time. Such ubiquitous practices indicate a shared recognition of the transformative power of these sacred sacraments in connecting individuals to a higher state of consciousness and facilitating communal healing.

The integration of epigenetics, the holographic theory of mind, and the concept of memories encoded in space-time provides a robust framework for understanding the transmission of ancestral memories and intergenerational trauma. Our collective interest in archaeology and ancient civilizations is a manifestation of our desire to reconnect with our ancestral past. By uncovering and understanding these memories, we can heal intergenerational trauma and foster a deeper connection with humanity's collective consciousness. Studying our past is not merely academic; it is a journey of self-discovery and healing, essential for the evolution of our collective soul.


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