Hidden History: What Lies Beneath Our Time-Line?

Hidden History: What Lies Beneath Our Time-Line?

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What causes people to innately believe in mystery and mysticism despite their most rational intentions?

The mythology of the ancients is much richer than that of today. The difference is immediately obvious to anyone who studies the wisdom of the past. The problem, however, is that many of us who were raised in a technologically materialistic and shallow culture don't fully understand the difference. Jim Willis believes that we are living on the cusp of a new, deep, and spiritual paradigm shift that will promote the growth of people who want to look beneath the surface of life and this may be the most exciting time in the history of our civilization.

Quantum mechanics, although counter-intuitive, seemingly impossible, and maddeningly difficult to grasp intellectually, is currently the most tested and consistently substantiated phenomenon in the history of science. Not once has it been proven false. But even Albert Einstein, one of the greatest theoretical physicists who ever lived, refused to accept quantum reality until his initial emotional response was finally overcome by complex mathematical equations. The theory claims, among other things, that the basis of everything is, in the end, nothing, even though a reality called "nothing" probably doesn't exist. What does one do with information like that?

In this scientific age of materialism, we have reduced virtually everything down to its core, peered into the very heart of the atom, traveled to the nether regions of human consciousness, and plumbed the depths of creation itself. And yet, in defiance of all claims of intellectual rationality, polls show that religion, superstition, belief in alien intervention, and psychic abilities still thrill us and form the basis of what many people believe to be true. Why? What is it about these subjects that is so compelling it causes people to innately believe in mystery and mysticism despite their most rational intentions?

What causes people to innately believe in mystery and mysticism despite their most rational intentions?

The mythology of the ancients is much richer than that of today. The difference is immediately obvious to anyone who studies the wisdom of the past. The problem, however, is that many of us who were raised in a technologically materialistic and shallow culture don't fully understand the difference. Jim Willis believes that we are living on the cusp of a new, deep, and spiritual paradigm shift that will promote the growth of people who want to look beneath the surface of life and this may be the most exciting time in the history of our civilization.

Quantum mechanics, although counter-intuitive, seemingly impossible, and maddeningly difficult to grasp intellectually, is currently the most tested and consistently substantiated phenomenon in the history of science. Not once has it been proven false. But even Albert Einstein, one of the greatest theoretical physicists who ever lived, refused to accept quantum reality until his initial emotional response was finally overcome by complex mathematical equations. The theory claims, among other things, that the basis of everything is, in the end, nothing, even though a reality called "nothing" probably doesn't exist. What does one do with information like that?

In this scientific age of materialism, we have reduced virtually everything down to its core, peered into the very heart of the atom, traveled to the nether regions of human consciousness, and plumbed the depths of creation itself. And yet, in defiance of all claims of intellectual rationality, polls show that religion, superstition, belief in alien intervention, and psychic abilities still thrill us and form the basis of what many people believe to be true. Why? What is it about these subjects that is so compelling it causes people to innately believe in mystery and mysticism despite their most rational intentions?