© 2013 public collection : “LOVE” by (m.:b.:) Dan Izvernariu Auckland NZ
fiveblueapples publications © 1996 l.a. ca, us
Recently, the idea of stargates or ‘holes in space’ have become
popular topics of such television shows as Star Trek: The Next
Generation and Sliders and movies such as 2001: A Space
Odyssey, Star Gate and Contact.
Several serious proposals for designing gateways or digging
holes to other parts of the Milky Way have been presented in
technical journals within the past few years. What was once the
esoteric domain of shamans and mystics is rapidly becoming the
exoteric, leading edge of science – and will soon revolutionize the
practice of medicine into a precise, divinely inspired, soul-centered
I’m convinced one of the questions apt to preoccupy historians
and theologians of the future, say of 2150 or 2200, is the blindness
of their ancestors. How did they live not knowing they were
immortal? How did they live without understanding stargates?
How did they not see stories of stargates as the dominating theme
in the Bible? How could they not see the Bible teaches us how to
find and build a stargate?
Like Americans looking back at their ancestors plodding across
the harsh plains of America in covered wagons and wondering how
in the world they did it, our children’s children will wonder how
we ever thought about traversing the galaxy in a tin can starship,
and with hearts that are separate from our minds.
The ancient stories assure us that stargates are real. They exist.
And one may have been opened by Jesus and Mary Magdalene.
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