September 11 – Sixteen Years Later

Whatever anger rules anger destroys. Wherever love pervades, hope and possibility flourish.

Sixteen years ago today the world witnessed what happens when hatred and violence shape human actions. September 11, 2001 was the world’s first truly global terrorist event. The scale, the number of people from around the world gone in a moment, and the planetary TV audience brought us all closer together, if only for a moment.

In the days that followed, I wrote the following open letter. It was partly an attempt to come to terms with my own feelings and partly an attempt to sway anyone who might have been reading that we must find better ways to live together on this planet.

Here is the letter in its entirety from September 14, 2001.

This letter is dedicated to the victims, their families, the rescue workers, and everyone who is a voice or a pair of hands for a more peaceful world.

The events of this past week have shocked and saddened all well-meaning people the world over. As an American, my heart breaks for the people tragically victimized by this act. As a human being my heart hemorrhages, that we still live in a world that believes killing each other is a solution to our problems. How regrettable that we human beings still choose to address our grievances with each other in such destructive ways.

It is devastating to witness the results of such hatred, bigotry, and violence in action. No cause, no complaint against the United States can ever justify the actions taken by these fanatics. Their misguided interpretation of their beliefs and their unwillingness to see Americans as fellow human beings, worthy of life, caused them to conclude that any action against America was justified. The outpouring of human emotion and determination this week from around the world should let them know they have crossed a line drawn by all civilized societies and sane human beings.

In our effort to draw that line, we bring ourselves into danger. Not only the physical danger of responding to their actions, but the psychological and spiritual temptations to become like the terrorists to defeat them. If we allow our desire for revenge on groups of people to overcome our need for justice for the individuals responsible, we are in danger of becoming undifferentiated from them. If we succumb to the fear resulting from the terrorist’s actions and curtail the basic liberties we hold dear in our society, then the very thing that sets us apart and is worth defending becomes a victim of these acts. Ben Franklin, the wisest of our founding fathers, said, “Those who give up their liberty for a little temporary security, shall have neither liberty nor security.” Our leaders and our citizens would do well to recall these words as we address what measures should be taken to balance our freedoms with our security.

This week has been a time for grief over the deaths of many of our fellow-citizens as well as a significant number of foreign nationals representing more than 40 countries. By this measure, this was indeed an attack on the entire civilized world. As grief turns to anger and then to action, it is important for us to measure our actions and do what is right not just what would make us feel better. In the aftermath of these events, we might feel justified in doing almost anything. We may believe that retaliating against innocent people or attacking our fellow citizens who might look or share the same religion, in name, as the terrorists is acceptable. Such actions would only make us guilty of sinking to the same level as these criminals. As Americans it is our responsibility in the world to set a different example and show the world different and better ways to solve problems. Simply responding in kind will surely bring a cycle of violence, whose results we cannot predict, and leave us with the same long-term problems experienced elsewhere in this world when violence becomes the only means of communication.

There is plenty of suffering to go around. The victims and their families are suffering, our country is suffering, and the world is suffering as we relive these events on videotape over and over again. In this time of righteous anger, it is also important to contemplate the amount of self-inflicted suffering that must be necessary for any person to carry out this kind of terror. It is a time to reflect on the ways in which we all bring suffering into our lives and the lives of others. It can be a time when, in addition to justice, we seek new ways of relating to each other and working for a world where no one feels either the right or the impulse to inflict such things on others. Suffering was brought by these attacks. Killing more people in response will only increase suffering not bring solutions.

So from tragedy comes opportunity. We have seen this week the heroism of those working directly to help the victims, so there is opportunity to demonstrate our humanity one to another. There is opportunity to reflect on a world that we all create everyday with each thought, word, and action. There is opportunity for all sane and civilized peoples to work together to end the scourge of terrorist violence wherever it occurs. It is justice we must seek, though, not revenge.

Finally, we have the opportunity to start seeing the other people we share this planet with, even those different from ourselves, as human beings just like us. The temptation to divide the world into “us” and “them” is the thinking that created justification in the minds of these terrorists for their acts. To the extent we have all perpetuated this concept of the world, we have all created a fertile field for the conflicts we continue to endure here on planet earth. No religion teaches nor accepts acts like we saw this week. Every religion, however, does teach us to love our fellow human beings. To the extent we fail in the latter, we can all expect more of the former.

Let’s not permit this horrendous tragedy to occur and these deaths to be meaningless. Let us commit, even as we seek justice for these crimes, to create a world where such acts are unthinkable ways of making a statement, even for the most radical among us. An event like this should fill us with hard questions, not easy answers. Let us rally around our flag to seek justice, not as means of supporting a response yet more fierce and destructive in nature. Blood for blood has never brought people anything but more blood. May these events lead us to a greater self-awareness and a more reflective, just world. In that way, we can honor the memory of those lost in New York and Washington D.C, and Pennsylvania.

Some may believe this to be an unattainable goal. One thing is for sure, as long as we believe it to be impossible it will be. Despite our best efforts, crazy people may persist, but as a civilization and as individuals we owe it to ourselves and our children to seek that kind of world. May those who have suffered loss, find solace in their faith and the people around them. May those who are responsible be brought to a civilized justice. May we all find peace in our hearts and greater peace in our world!

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Harvey, Irma and Back to Weather Modification

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hurricane_irma_enhanced_satelliteHere we go again. Our friends in Texas just got decimated by Hurricane Harvey and now Irma is a barreling toward Florida. First and foremost, everyone please stay safe!

These are the first two major storms to truly threaten the United States mainland since that crazy year of 2005. The legacy media and social media are abuzz with  explanations.

The advocates for climate change are out telling everyone this is more proof that the climatic changes happening on Earth are causing more of these superstorms. That’s certainly possible. Warmer seas are huge contributor (though there are other factors), but what happened for the past 12 years? The early 2000s were brutal and then we hit this long, and grateful, dry spell. With two historic storms so early this year, there’s a chance it could turn into one of those years.

Back in 2004 and 2005, Anunnaki Awakening was not even on the horizon yet. I was working on novel tentatively titled Weather Wars. The storyline discussed a super secret international group engineering major hurricanes as a weapon against the United States. America’s best remote viewer was working on the case to uncover what was happening. In a chapter I wrote less than two weeks before Katrina, I described in vivid detail the events that eventually unfolded there. I shelved the book, concerned that it might look like I was trying to capitalize. I may return to it at some point.

In the year leading up to Katrina, I’d done a ton of research on weather modification and manipulation. Many don’t know that the United States used crude versions of weather modifications to intensify monsoon rains over enemy territory in Vietnam. Using weather as a weapon is not a new or far out idea.

In the 1990s, people began to talk about the unusual and strategic trails being left by planes across the skies in the U.S. and around the world. What a major conspiracy theory that was. Today it’s become so commonplace that people barely even notice it any more. A few real status quo junkies still claim they’re just regular plane contrails. This denies the plane activity and the readily apparent differences between “chemtrails” and contrails. Some might argue about the contents of those trails and their purpose – everything from blocking sunlight to stop global warming to spreading disease have been proposed. Few can argue with a straight face it isn’t happening.

chemtrails_1_2004Interestingly, the activity over our house 40 miles from Kansas City became so intense that I began videotaping and taking photographs. I posted them on a website. Shortly after that the trails stopped for almost two years. The photo at the left was one of dozens of photos and videos I took over our house in Kansas between 2002-2005.

By early 2000s things had advanced.

An Oregon meteorologist famously spilled some beans on air about what was showing up on the radar, based on his time in the Marine Corps.

In 2003, Russia bragged that it was seeding clouds to prevent rain on a big event and bragged it was the world’s greatest weather modification power.

Some say with tools like HAARP, the technology had advanced to the point where it was possible to steer and intensify storms – including hurricanes. Several storms in 2005 exhibited out-of-ordinary instant intensification, including Katrina, or extremely eccentric paths like several other storms in that time frame.

Some are questioning Harvey’s odd path and the absolute certainty expressed early in that process that storm was going to just sit over Texas for days. Some are questioning these back-to-back storms and the distraction they are likely to create in some areas for weeks, months, and years.

Some independent reporters have reported that there were massive microwave transmissions were used to guide Harvey.

Without more facts, this is speculation. More information is needed. However, you should know and be aware that WM is not science fiction. Weather modification is here. It’s here to stay. It’s the perfect covert weapon, especially when people are unaware. There’s far more information on this topic. I’d encourage you to do your own research and come to your own conclusion.
Keep seeking, keep searching, my friends.

Ray

anunnaki_cover_full_colorRay Davis the co-founder of 6 Sense Media and founder of The Affirmation Spot.

He is an author, thinker, and advocate for human potential. He is the author of the Anunnaki Awakening series. Order your copy today on Amazon. You’ll never see ancient aliens the same way again.

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What the Buddha and a Ham Teach Us About Questioning the Status Quo

(Note: This article first appeared on my Affirmation Spot blog on January 15, 2008.)

Today’s Affirmation

“I question assumptions and long-held beliefs to discover new and beneficial ways to live.”

If we are to have change in the world or in our lives, we must learn to question. Questioning is difficult. The group does not like to be questioned. So much so, that in many instances the questioner is ostracized or even put to death. Jesus, Martin Luther King, and Gandhi are all examples of those who challenged the status quo and felt its wrath.

The ego is not much more forgiving. When we challenge its dominance the ego can be nearly as viscious as the group. Stress, depression, and self-destructive behavior are defense mechanisms used by the ego to maintain its control.So, questioning is scary. Nonetheless, a failure to question is an invitation to slavery, tyranny, and unhappiness. We must question so that fresh ideas can be aired and new possibilities created.

Questioning is not the same as not believing. In fact, questioning is really an empowered type of believing that takes belief to a whole new level by verifying it and testing it against reality.Today we have three very short stories. The first two illustrate the trap of failing to question. The final story offers one way to test the validity of our beliefs and assumptions and come out stronger because of it.

hamThere is a story of a woman who was preparing a ham to be baked. Before placing it in the oven, she sliced an inch off the end of the ham.

Her daughter was watching her bake a ham for the first time. She asked, “mom, why did you cut an inch off the end of the ham before you placed it in the oven?”

“I don’t know,” replied the mother, “my mother always cut an inch off a ham before she put it in the oven.”

Curious, the mother picked up the phone and called the grandmother to ask why she cut the end off a ham before baking it.

The grandmother answered that she had no idea why she cut the end off hams before baking them. “My mother always did it,” she said.

Finally, the mother and the grandmother got the great-grandmother on the phone. The grandmother asked, “Mom, why did you cut an inch off the end of the ham before placing it in the oven?”

The great-grandmother replied, “I cut the end off the ham because my oven was too small to fit a full ham.”

We learn by watching and absorbing the thoughts, actions, and beliefs of those around us. Often we don’t even stop to question them. Two generations of this family always cut off the end of the ham. They never quetioned it. They did it because they had seen their mothers do it.

Nothing changed until the great-grandaughter finally asked, “Why?

Blind Leading the Blind

buddha_teachingWe have generational blindness leaning on generational blindness.

The Buddha once spoke to a group of young Brahmins (priests) about their “belief” in Brahma (God). “Who among you has personally seen or spoke to Brahma,” asked The Buddha?

The Brahmins answered, “None of us has seen or spoken to Brahma.”

Buddha continued, “Well then, which of your teachers has seen or spoken to Brahma?” Again, the youths answered that none of their teachers had actually seen or spoken to Brahma.

Finally, Buddha asked, “Who in your lineage going back seven generations has seen or spoken to Brahma?” The young Brahmins admitted that no one even going back seven generations had actually seen or spoken to Brahma.

“Then,” said Buddha, “If not you, nor your teachers, nor their teachers going back seven generations has seen or spoken to Brahma, you are but the blind leading the blind.

Buddha was not attacking their beliefs. He was trying to get them to examine their beliefs and ideas and to become a fully awake and responsible human beings.

Challenge Beliefs and Put Them to the Test

buddha_teaching_4During a visit to the town of the Kalamas, the Buddha was asked a crucial question.

“Reverend Gautama, many teachers enter our midst teaching that their way and their way alone is the path to salvation. They extol the virtues of their own doctrines while tearing down the doctrines of other teachers. This creates doubt in our minds about all their teachings. For how are we to know which speaks the truth and which speaks falsehood?”

Buddha replied, “Kalamas, you have doubt in circumstances where doubt is understandable. Where doubt thrives uncertainty is born.” The Buddha proposed a test against which to measure any teaching including his own.

  • Do not believe something because it has been passed down and believed for many generations.
  • Do not believe something merely because it is a traditional practice.
  • Do not believe something because everyone believes it.
  • Do not believe something because it is written in a book and has been recited over and over.
  • Do not believe something solely on the grounds of logical reasoning.
  • Do not believe something because it fits your preconceived notions.
  • Do not believe something because you trust who is saying it.
  • Do not believe something only because your teacher says it is so.

“Kalamas, when you yourselves know directly something is unskillful, unwholesome, blameworthy, rejected by the wise, harmful to yourselves or others, leads to poverty or unhappiness, you should give it up.”

“One the other hand, Kalamas, when you know directly that something is skilled, wholesome, blameless, praised by the wise, and leads to well-being, prosperity, and happiness, you should accept it and practice it.”

We all need to examine the beliefs that are driving our actions in this world. When we look at the state of the world we must conclude that there is more each of us can do to make a difference. It all begins with questioning age-old beliefs. Even beliefs based in truth can become clouded by generations of unexamined hatreds, fears, and prejudices.

Every change, personal or global, begins with the courage to question.

Keep seeking, keep searching, my friends.

Ray

anunnaki_cover_full_colorRay Davis is an author, thinker, and advocate for human potential. He is the author of the Anunnaki Awakening series. Signed copies of Book 1, Revelation, are now available within the U.S. from his website, AATrilogy.com or outside the US from Amazon or by order from your local bookstore.

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Fox Mulder – No Government Agency Has Jurisdiction Quote

From Season 1, Episode 9 – Fallen Angel

After being called to account for interfering in the miltaty cover up of a downed UFO, Fox Mulder made the following statement to his superiors.

Then what can I say? How can I disprove lies that are stamped with an official seal? You can deny all the things I’ve seen. All the things I’ve discovered. But not for much longer. Because too many others know what’s happening out there. And no one, no government agency has jurisdiction over the truth.

If you love the X-Files, you may enjoy my first novel, Anunnaki Awakening: Revelation

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Why Mainstream Egyptology Starts from the Wrong Place

giza-pyramidsWho built the Great Pyramids in Egypt and how. Mainstream Egyptology and archaeology have put forth uncompelling arguments and theories. Then, as further evidence of their own uncertainty about their ideas, they have tried to shut down and shut up researchers like Robert Bauval, Robert Schoch, and Graham Hancock.

The mainstream proposes that these pyramids were constructed by the ancient civilization we call the Egyptians. Their evidence is largely based on construction records for the much smaller and less complex pyramids that seem to be poor attempts to copy these larger structures.

They further hypothesize that stone age tools and manual labor were employed to construct the three large Pyramids at Giza. In the face of many modern engineers and construction companies stating this would be a Herculean task with modern techniques and cranes, this seems utterly implausible.

Why do they stick to these theories? There’s a very simple reason. They controlled by a number of dogmatic scientific theories that limit the possibilities.

  1. We KNOW Faster-than-Light travel is not possible. So, aliens must be out of the question. This despite ample evidence from many ancient texts pointing to “gods” as humanity’s helper.
  2. Ancient advanced civilizations that may have had technology or technique equal or beyond our 21st century capabilities because we KNOW human advanced civilization has been a one-time slow progression marked by biological evolution.
  3. Even if we accept the mainstream’s view of history, we KNOW that the ancients could not have had technology more advanced than we suspect.

This leaves them in a box. No help from the outside, no advanced technology, no possibility that these were built by a previous unknown advanced civilizations. Therefore, the Egyptians had to have done it in the accepted timeframe with the stone age tools and tons of human labor.

This is what happens to you when you refuse to accept a broader range of possibilities and lock in on “scientific dogmas.” We can all hope that a new generation of archaeologists will open their minds, broaden their perspective, and take all the evidence, in the dirt and beyond, into account.

Keep seeking, keep searching, my friends.

Ray

anunnaki_cover_full_colorRay Davis is an author, thinker, and advocate for human potential. He is the author of the Anunnaki Awakening series. Signed copies of Book 1, Revelation, are now available within the U.S. from his website, AATrilogy.com or outside the US from Amazon or by order from your local bookstore.
 

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Humanity Awakens One Person at a Time Starting with You

The word awakening is thrown around a lot these days. People are always imploring others to “wake up” to this idea or that.

What is awakening, really? Awakening is more than recognizing the world is not ordered in a way to benefit ordinary human beings, though that’s a start. It’s more than realizing there’s a cabal of people driving much of the chaos and angst on our planet, though that’s true. It’s more than being angry about these things and ranting and raging about them because the end result of that, at best, is to replace one angry system with another.

If you understand all these things, you’ve got one eye uncovered. 

Maybe you’ve picked up on the alien involvement in our civilization from the get-go and how these gods small g substituted themselves in place of the true intelligence behind this multiverse. Maybe you’ve identified how they enslaved humanity’s mind, made us feel unworthy and sinful for being who we are, and threatened us with judgement and damnation. Maybe you’ve noticed how these mindsets figure into to the bloody headlines in our world today and millions of people feeling hopeless and not reaching their potential. Maybe you see its ultimate expression – a rampant blaming and hatred of our own species that leads only to us implementing our destruction for the puppet masters.

You’re starting to uncover the second eye.

Full awakening comes when we realize that we are more than the witnesses to the problems. We are the carriers of the solutions. We aren’t here in this time and place to hasten the destruction of the human race. We’re here to bring about a transformation that releases the literal and mental shackles, ends the divisions we’ve been handed to keep us weak, and allows us to take our rightful place among the sentient beings in this galaxy.

If you’re still stuck in let’s get mad, let’s burn this baby down, that’s a natural first reaction to becoming aware, but it’s not being awake. We are here to create, here to transform, here to tip the balance from fear to love.

When your mind and your heart arrive at that realization. When your hands and your feet work at it every day, that’s awakening. That’s you being the person you came here to be and making the difference you came here to make.

Follow your bliss. Experience your bliss. Become your bliss.

Ray

anunnaki_cover_full_colorRay Davis is an author, thinker, and advocate for human potential. He is the author of the Anunnaki Awakening series. Signed copies of Book 1, Revelation, are now available within the U.S. from his website, AATrilogy.com or outside the US from Amazon or by order from your local bookstore.
 

 

 

 

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Are Buddhist Gandharvas Advanced Extraterrestrials?

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In Buddhist mythology, there are multiple levels of realms. The lowest realms are known as hells. Following up, we reach the animal realm, the human realm, and then several heavenly realms. Together, these all make up the cycle of Samsara. An enlightened being, a Buddha, transcends this cycle and reaches Nirvana which is beyond the entire cycle.

In Buddhism, gods, angels, humans, animals, and demons are all on a path toward an enlightened state. All are caught in this Samsara cycle and all are subject to move up or down through the realms based on their “merit.”

Among the beings that inhabit the heavenly realms are devas. Deva is usually interpreted as angel in English, though the meanings are not precisely synonymous. There are many types of devas that live in the various heavenly realms.

Devas often appeared to the Buddha in the hours between 10 pm and 2 am (after most the monks had retired) for teaching in the Dharma.

There’s a famous story of some Devas appearing to the Buddha early in his ministry. These devas were beings of light and illuminated the whole grove like daylight. They observed the Buddha meditating and immediately noticed there was something different about him.

They approached and one of them asked whether the Buddha, “Are you god?”
“No,” replied the Buddha, “I am no god.”
“Then you must be a deva from the highest realms of heaven.”
“No,” replied the Buddha, “I am no deva.”
“Surely,” said a third deva, “a being such as yourself cannot be a lowly human.”
“No,” replied the Buddha. “I am not human.”
The devas were perplexed, “If you’re not a god, not a deva, and not a human, what are you?
“I am awake,” replied the Buddha.

The lowest form of deva is known as a Gandharva. In Buddhist cosmology, these beings inhabit the lowest heaven known as The Heaven of the Four Great Kings.

These beings live extremely long lives. The texts generally describe their years as coinciding with 50-100 human years. Their lifespans are placed at from 90,000 human years to as much as 80 million earth years. Here are some of the characteristics the Buddha attributed to them in the texts.

  • The Buddha first observed devas (including Gandharvas) prior to his enlightenment as undefined lights or orbs. After attaining enlightenment, the images clarified into beings in the various heavenly realms.
  • Only visible to enlightened beings unless they choose to take form. They can materialize and dematerilize visibly.
  • They were described as a race of demigods.
  • Ghandharvas have a humanoid form.
  • They can consume food, but don’t need it.
  • They were known as amazing musicians.
  • They interact with humans more than other kinds of devas. Devas in the higher heavens live lavish, beautiful lives and they aren’t much interested in humans.
  • Gandharvas cruise around in aerial craft and enjoy going very fast. Buddha described their craft as “vehicles fit for gods.”
  • Some travel in “floating cities” or “celestial palaces.” They were described as being miles long.

Could these massive floating palaces be related to the massive UFOs people witness today?

Never stop seeking!

Ray

anunnaki_cover_full_colorRay Davis is an author, thinker, and advocate for human potential. He is the author of the Anunnaki Awakening series. Signed copies of Book 1, Revelation, are now available within the U.S. from his website, AATrilogy.com or outside the US from Amazon or by order from your local bookstore.
 

 

 

 

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Things You Didn’t Know about the Anunnaki #1

Several texts say Ninlil (“wife of Enlil”) was of divine origin, However, according to the Sumerian text titled Enlil and Sud, Enlil’s wife was a human woman named Sud. Enlil was taken by her beauty (sounds like Genesis 6) and pursued her. 

To her credit, she played hard to get and didn’t just rollover for the “god.” Eventually, Enlil persuaded Sud and her family of his intentions and they were married. Soon after, Ninlil gave birth to their first child, Nanna, the Moon god.

She was known as the “Lady of the wind” particularly the south wind. Some scholars have associated her with the Lilith tales in Hebrew mythology.

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Trying to solve the latest Starchild Skull enigma – Where does it belong?

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The God Gap: Our Earth-focused Gods

anunnaki9Genesis 1:26-27. Then God said, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground.” So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.
One of the best cases for alien intervention and extraterrestrials masquerading as our gods is what I like to call the “God gap.” The God gap is the gap between God’s/gods’ motives and actions portrayed in our ancient texts versus the actions and motives we’d expect of a being who created the vast universe around us. That gap is quite large, but is somehow ignored by people.

Let me start out by saying it’s not my intention to impugn anyone’s beliefs. I simply think humanity needs to ask hard questions of religion and science. When their conclusions don’t jive, we need to separate the wheat from the chaff or we need to find better theories that make sense with all the information we have.

If you ask most western monotheists, they will tell you that the God they worship is the creator God of the vast universe our modern equipment has discovered around us. However, if we actually look at the being portrayed in the texts of western monotheism, we largely see a being who is Earth-focused, chooses sides among humanity, involves himself in our wars and political machinations. This begs many questions.

Is this the behavior we would expect of the being behind this vast universe? Wouldn’t such a being, assuming it wished to interfere in its creation, have more to focus on than Earth and the salvation of humanity? The God portrayed in western monotheism seems to have a particular interest in human affairs and desire to mold the ultimate human outcome. This Earth, human focus doesn’t jive with the universe we see around us. Several possibilities present themselves.

First, we’ve somehow been deceived that there is a vast universe out there and Earth and the human beings living here really do equal God’s entire creation. That would explain Yahweh’s, Allah’s, God’s singular focus on Earth and us. Could we be wrong about our perception of the universe? It’s possible. We do come here as blank slates with senses tuned in to certain things and, no doubt, denied perception of others. Ultimately, our brains are receivers of certain frequencies that make us susceptible to seeing the chaos around us in a certain way. On the whole, though, I don’t buy the idea that the universe is something less than our science has proposed. I actually think it’s far more than we’ve yet discovered.

Another possibility is that there is a being behind this vast universe and that humanity’s perception that he’s singularly interested and focused on us is a human perception. Many modern thinkers believe ancient humans created God to explain the unknown. That could be true. It could also be true that there is a vast intelligence behind everything we and we have anthropomorphized that intelligence to appear human and to bend to human perceptions. If this is so, we have narrowed this intelligence to fit our narrow perceptions and have, by definition, distorted his specific interest in humanity.

Maybe Ancient Alien/Astronaut Theory provides the best explanation for the God gap. Maybe the God/gods we’ve been taught to worship and revere aren’t a cosmic divine intelligence at all.

Maybe our concepts of God were hijacked by technologically advanced, but very flawed and egoic beings. Perhaps, in some sense, they created us by “mixing their essence” with ours. Maybe this makes them feel a sense of ownership related to us, gives them a desire to choose sides among us, and determine our outcome.

This seems to fit with the motives we see in western monotheistic texts more closely than the other two options. The Anunnaki and perhaps other extraterrestrial races have made a kind of experiment of Earth and humanity. They have their own agendas and objectives that involve requiring our worship, holding us back and limiting us, and using fearful future narratives to mold us.

The alternative, if we put the western monotheistic view together with what modern science tells us, is to believe that the Cosmic God created this vast universe and placed this little planet Earth on the outer edge of one among billions of galaxies. He then decided to make what happens here his sole focus, sending prophets and saviors to turn the tide of human history. I suppose among infinite possibilities there’s one where that would be the case, but it doesn’t seem likely at all.

It also doesn’t seem likely that we have completely misinterpreted the size and scope of the cosmos. Therefore, AA theory should be considered by serious thinkers. It explains the God gap. These beings were not and are not the Cosmic God. Their focus on Earth and humanity comes because of their specific intervention on this planet and with our species. We can again see the God of the Universe as bigger and more magnanimous than the being/beings portrayed in our texts.

Most importantly, because they are not the being who created it all and are in fact just beings like us, we are within our rights to question them and refuse to submit to their rule when it works against our interests.

Keep seeking your truth!

Ray

anunnaki_cover_full_colorRay Davis is an author, thinker, and advocate for human potential. He is the author of the Anunnaki Awakening series. Signed copies of Book 1, Revelation, are now available within the U.S. from his website, AATrilogy.com or outside the US from Amazon or by order from your local bookstore.

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