Answers Long Misunderstood

Break the Law of Thermo-Dynamics = Something for Nothing?

The age old question has been “How can I break the law of thermo-dynamics and get ‘Something for Nothing?’” That is when Morpheus, Thoth, Hermes, Satan, the Drug Dealer or whatever you want call him today, steps up and says: “Take this pill and you’ll be in heaven” or “Eat this apple and you will be like GOD.” –Deception- is the name of the game. There has always been those who Know the laws of physics and human nature far better than the Common Man. Because, of that knowledge, -Deception- is easy. Just use that knowledge to prove to the Common People that you can break the laws of Nature and Nature’s God, in so doing showing yourself to be a god.

 

The gods of the past were just facades to hide the wisdom of these uncommon people, facades that are –now- held in place by Common Tradition.  The Gatekeepers of Scholarly World say; “The gods of the past were to keep the Common Man submissive, but there were no real gods.” Which is not true in the strictest sense and because of that misconception of the Scholarly World misses the point of why there were gods of the Ancient World. The gods were used to put a human face (a façade) on wisdom, knowledge that gave the holders of that wisdom, godlike qualities that seem to break the laws of thermo-dynamics.

 

The book, Locked Gates unlocks that wisdom behind the facades of the gods of the Middle East. Here are three video trailers that show how our forefathers and the current Gatekeepers of Scholarly World have been deceived into believing LIES.

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