How important is the truth? Can it really set
us free? Or is a person who
lives an entire life believing something that later proves to have been
false, no worse off? Would that person have lived any differently
the truth? I guess that depends on how the truth directly affects each
individual life. Assuming that we were now told that the Earth does
revolve around the sun, would that make even the slightest difference
of our lives? Probably not, though the withholding of that information
raise a few eyebrows.
So the fact that we are not being told about ancient structures built
unknown intelligence on our celestial neighbors, the moon and Mars,
majority of our species falls into the category of a "so what?"
So what if
the ruins on our moon and Mars are similar to certain ruins on this
So what if these enigmatic artfacts had been originally constructed
use of an ancient, but highly evolved, scientific knowledge? Does that
any one's life in the present moment? But what if this knowledge
presently still available, having been ingenuiously encoded within these
structures waiting patiently to be deciphered by a civilization such
Whatever or whoever possessed this advanced scientific knowledge appears
have preserved it within each planet's/moon's natural resources of rock
stone through precise sacred geometric formulas camouflaged within the
design, symmetry and location of these structures. Similar mathematical
formulas have been detected within some of our classical writings, music
art. They also have been discovered within certain crop circles.
formulas relate to a "metaphysical" energy emanating from
a higher dimension
that is possibly sustaining our 3-dimensional reality. The energy appears
be omnipresent and freely available to harness for the general welfare
planet. Now that truth would certainly benefit each of our lives, in
ways than we can even imagine.
Maybe that is why all information about the source of this energy and
intelligence that possesses it, is being withheld from us, even to the
of perpetuating deception and disinformation. Certain truths need to
known. Human knowledge is for the benefit of the world especially
can directly benefit the world.
Peter A. Gersten