Happy Birthday Brahma! How Old Are You Today?

I ponder many things.  One the recent musing was how old is the universe really.  Scientists estimate that the earth is around 4.5 billion years old and the universe somewhere between 13 and 15 billion years old.  sounds really old huh?  If you accept that at face value, then it creates a subset of questions concerning a number of things.  First, it really could mean there are civilizations out there two or three times older than our planet.  That concept makes it much easier to accept the concept that such advanced civilizations would be capable of not only inter-stellar travel, but even inter-galactic travel.

Focusing earth-bound, there is a real larger mystery.  If the earth is 4.5 billion years old, then why do we only have around 12,000 years of written history?  This is explained very neatly by the evolutionists, who say that because it took us that long to evolve into intelligent sentient beings and develop language.  It is all a neat package wrapped up with fossils and bones.  But to me, it was a bit like swallowing a chicken bone.

I went back to review ancient texts and stories. mythologies, and religions.  The first reference that caught my attention was some ancient Vedic text.

What does Krishna mean by the beginning of creation? According to the Puranas (Vedic histories), there have been innumerable creations in the course of cyclical time. The basic unit of Vedic cyclical time is the day of Brahma, which lasts 4.32 billion years. The day of Brahma (also called a kalpa) is followed by a night of Brahma, also lasting 4.32 billion years. The cycle of days and nights of Brahma goes on for Brahma’s lifetime of one hundred years (36,000 nights), equivalent to 311.04 trillions of our human years. During the day of Brahma, life, including human life, is manifest. During the night of Brahma, life is not manifest.

OK, there is the first hint that we may indeed be a part of something much older than conventional wisdom might suggest.  The next step for me was to conclude that if I could find anything that would suggest human “civilization”, include writings, pictographs, artifacts were older than twelve thousand years, then maybe this feeling I had could be validated.

Lo and behold, I came across a term called “Forbidden Archeology”.  Here are some the artifacts I discovered, http://www.mcremo.com/.  These are incredible finds that are verifiable by carbon dating.  So indeed, there may be some truth to these nagging feelings I am having that we REALLY do not know how old “civilization” might be and further more there may be people who really know and do not want us as sheep to know for political, economic, and religious reasons.

Why do I think this is anywhere near important for today.  Well, there are two main reasons I would argue that this information is important in the context of today.  First, as it relates to the whole 2012 chatter first and foremost.  I am not one who prescribes to the notion that 2012 or the four or five years subsequent to or following that date is doomsday.  However, there definitely are events that are going to fundamentally redefine who we are as a civilization and how we will live as a society.  If you study carefully the information provided by the Mayans and the Egyptians, just to name the most widely known, this time is marked as the end of one cycle and the beginning of a new.

But really what does that mean in practical terms and more importantly what should any of us do to prepare, if anything.  So I dug a little deeper.  What are the possibilities?  Normally, I do not write about things that I don’t have verifiable facts to back up what I am presenting, but in this case I am going to deviate from that discipline just a bit.  The following is a sobering hypothesis that is supported by some evidence such as ancient text, fossil evidence, etc.  We will call it the story of our origins and destiny.  It appears that the earth does experience major natural events routinely that dramatically alter life as we know.  These events relate to major impacts of objects from space (that is an accepted scientific fact), and events related to the fact our entire solar system is zipping through space at over a million miles per hour.

However, these events, while widely accepted, are not the only events that may have dramatically altered “life” as we know it.  There is evidence and mythological writings that suggest that about 25,000 years ago we were visited by an alien race.  In many cultures there are stories of these “visitors”.  the Aboriginal culture called them Star People, as did the Native American culture.  The Persian culture called them the Nephelium and the Book of Enoch called them fallen angels that descended from heaven and took mortal wives and created a race of giants.  There is also evidence that these creatures were the so-called Annuaki.  The gist of all of this is that these creatures altered us genetically and enslaved us.  As a part of this effort, they genetically engineered the mental framework whereby we had instilled in us fear mechanisms of all types to aid them in assuring we would be obedient to their domination.  Then at some point, they just left, leaving behind these genetically altered creatures (us) to go on with our lives.

When I examine all of this in the context of our known history, what strikes me is that there has always been war.  There has always been those who try, and succeed in dominating others. There has always been greed and poverty, and there has always been suffering.  Is this a result of the horrific gene expert gone awry and unchecked?  Who are we really?  What would our destiny have been if these events had not occurred?

This leads me to my point about today and the fact we may be reaching the end of an age.  Maybe it is the end of ignorance and fear.  Maybe we will wake up to the reality of our sovereign nature and dignity.  Maybe we all should ponder this within ourselves.  Maybe our future is much brighter, peaceful, and rewarding than we can possibly imagine.  But first, we must break this genetic bondage we have been placed in.  There is enough evidence for me to at least explore within my own “genetic memory” for clues as to our true selves, and our true destiny.  Maybe, just maybe, if we remember who we really are, we can collectively break these chains that have bound us up in this hopeless struggle and we can be free to once again begin our journey to our true destiny in the universe and its scheme of “natural” evolution.

The Awakening has been coined recently and is gathering traction in the modelspace.  Maybe, just maybe, everyone should ponder this a bit at this moment.  How hard can that be to accomplish?


Author: redhawk500

International business consultant, author, blogger, and student of life. After 35 years in business, trying to wake the world to a new reality. One of prosperity, abundance, and most importantly equal opportunity. it's time to redistribute wealth and power.

4 thoughts on “Happy Birthday Brahma! How Old Are You Today?”

  1. Pranams from one Brahma to another.. I liked all your questions, but I am left wondering, which Brahma are you? How many heads, the size of the universe you inhabit? This Brahma’s B’day was Dec 16th.

    1. I have given much thought to your questions, pondering them for more than a few hours. Now I can answer. Question #1 Which Brahma are you? Answer: I am me, myself and I, and unlike most we all get along quite well with each other. Question #2 How many heads? Answer: Just one, the Godhead, as it has always been with all of us. Question #3 The size of the universe you inhabit. Answer: all of them at various times, again as we all do. Its no fun to be in a universe when it is switched off, is it? Finally, I am compelled to respond to you by asking why you choose not to live here and now? We are all so privileged to be here and now. Why so much pain in your voice?

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