Sacred Engineers Part One -Book Series on Line. I wrote a book. It is entitled “The Sacred Engineers Philosophy- The Pinnacle of Thought in the Unified Culture of Ancient Builders”. New knowledge is often kept at bay. It is not allowed to dock. The cargo of new knowledge that these ships carry are kept from unloading. Then a new era comes. Their cargo becomes suddenly desirable. Welcoming crowds even go out to greet the ships.
Is there such a thing as new knowledge? Any valuable new knowledge is usually based on something old. Sometimes, the older, the better. This view was expressed in 1382 in a Biblical translation attributed to John Wycliffe’s followers: “No thing under the sun is new” (Ecclesiastes 1:9). Time is cyclic. Specifically: At one time there was a Golden Age. Strife among people nations was unknown. Food was plentiful. Such stories have been reduced to legends. Ancient Chinese referred to it as a time when yin ruled. This knowledge is alluded to in my link- the rose and lily.
Sacred Engineers Part One
The term Golden Age, as we know it, comes from Greek mythology. The Works and Days of Hesiod, describes the decline of the state of peoples through five Ages. Gold being the first and the one during which the Golden Race of humanity (Greek: χρύσεον γένος chrýseon génos)lived. Those living in the first Age were ruled by Kronos,. After the finish of the first age was the Silver. Then came the Bronze. After this, the Heroic age. The fifth and current age is called Iron.
And what has been lost? Certainly the “Golden Age” factor. It denoted a period of primordial peace, harmony, stability, and prosperity. What can help to bring it about? Certainly, and most important, love. Also important,knowledge of number squares added balance to lost, prehistoric civilizations. Yes, the concept is mathematical in nature. The Sacred Engineers Part One was written to introduce and explain a series of posts that will follow. The book was written in dialogue form in the style of Plato’s Republic.