Published: 1:37 PM 12/20/2010
Author: Zander Smith
For 25 years with thousands of clients I've been a medical intuitive. What that means is that I can often see beyond the many presentations and illusions of life to what is really going on beyond the physical surface.
In my deep meditative states I began to see that although evil does exist that most people are caught in a trap of universal pain that makes us act out wrongly.
As I probed this anomaly I began to see where the crack was in the cosmic egg. It led me straight to the so-called "Fall of Man" - the true history behind the mythology of the ‘original sin’.
Wow. Where to begin! Like many people I thought the concept of original sin was a ridiculous ploy by church officials seizing a marketing opportunity. But the more involved in healing work
I got the more something deeper kept calling to me. What I uncovered was pretty shocking. Apparently, Bible scholars, archeologists, and historians recently began discovering a new history. In the last 50 years many ancient texts - The Dead Sea Scrolls, The Sumerian texts, The Book of Enoch and others were unearthed and academically studied. Throughout these ancient writings that went back some 12,000 years, humankind did indeed have a fall.
But it wasn’t so much of a fall as it was a push!
According to pretty recently unearthed ancient texts, advanced species intermingled with humans and created a progeny called "The Nephilim." Preposterous you say? Impossible? Unfortunately - or fortunately - the more you delve into it the more probable it becomes. Suffering, war, violence - all kinds of disharmony that we see in our world could have come from a very ancient, very traumatic mating experience that has, like a stain on the window pane, tainted the way that we view the world to this day.
‘Ancient astronauts’ could have not only altered human genetics, but by mating with the primitive humans of that time, created a messy upgrade for our brains. A schism in the mechanisms we use to perceive life as well as the birthing process got drastically changed.
The good news is that although these stories may not be true, if they are it could be the missing link that explains many of earths’ mysterious anomalies.
Evolution tends to be traumatic. Like any injury or pain we experience, we wish it hadn't happened that way. But who's to say what creates greatness.
If you are interested in finding out more, I recommend "The Genius of the Few" by Christian and Joy O'Brien, and "Gods, Genes and Consciousness" by Paul Von Ward. "From the Ashes of Angels" by Andrew Collins, "Fingerprints of the Gods" by Graham Hancock, and "Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race" by Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson, these are sure to expand your mind!