Adam and Eve – The History of Cataclysms

The story of Adam and Eve has always been an enigma for me until now!

My upbringing as a Christian within the Catholic tradition led me to question the story of ‘Adam and Eve’ in Genesis as part of the ‘Creation Myth’.

Chan Thomas first wrote this book in 1993, was sent to POTUS and subsequently seized and classified as ‘Top Secret’ by the CIA. It has recently been de-classified and released in a redacted form.

This file is the full un-censored photocopy of the book downloaded from the US National Archive. It is stored here as a way of preserving its vital re-telling of this ancient story at the core of Christian religious belief. It tells a story every person should know and understand from a scientific perspective. However, it is not just a Christian story, it is a story reflected through every culture on the planet.

I feel that I cannot do this work justice in a short blog and prefer to let Chan Thomas explain in his own words.

Memories of catastrophic events, including Extinction Level Events (ELE) are held within our DNA memory and recorded in the geological evidence all around us if you have the eyes to see. In a ‘Joe Rogan‘ interview with Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson, they explore some of this evidence. It is an uncomfortable reality that most of us has chosen to forget. Instead we replace these traumatic memories with fantasies that help us to sleep at night.

The reality is that we live on the third rock from the sun of our solar system spinning at an alarming rate through space that is not empty. The world is not ‘safe’ and never has been! There are no guarantees that we will live beyond today!

Yet every night we set our alarm clock to wake us up for the new day! That is ‘FAITH’!

We make plans for the future that may never come! That is ‘HOPE’!

We set out for the day ready to face the world! That is ‘COURAGE’!

When you do these things in the fantasy of ‘being safe’, you are deluding yourself!

No wonder people become depressed and upset when reality hits.

The truth is that we live in a world in which a random piece of space junk could wipe out all life on this planet in the course of hours.

It has long been my view that if ‘Mother Earth’ wanted us gone, she has the power to shrug her shoulders and we would all cease to exist. Chan Thomas’ book demonstrates what that would look like!

This book should be required reading in every school and university on the planet. Maybe, when people realise just how fragile our life is and how quickly and easily it can be extinguished, they would change their behaviour towards each other!

There is hope!

If we don’t change our ways, she may just shrug her shoulders and we all disappear!

Original Spirituality: Out of Australia

Original Spirituality

What is the Original Spiritual belief system that has influenced all religious belief systems? There is a common thread within all religions worldwide, that of the existence of a God (supreme being) or Gods (lesser deities). That we have a soul or inner spiritual connection to the supreme being. What are the origins of a belief in a supreme being? Why are the stories from different cultures so similar?

The earliest monotheistic belief system recorded is Zoroasterism. Sometime around 6300BC, Zarathustra travelled away from his homeland, reportedly into the area now known as India, and studied the Rig-Veda and Gathras of the Hindu faith, as it is now known. What he studied was partly recorded and partly oral tradition. But where did that oral tradition about a supreme being come from?

In his own country, Persia, the people believed in many gods. They had a god for every occasion. They were the gods of the earth spirits, similar to the Wicca spirits, of the weather, trees, water, animals and elementals.

Zarathustra returned home to Persia and began teaching about the one supreme being, Ahura Mazda which in Persian means the ‘Lord of Wisdom’. The supreme being created all things from out of a void. Creating first the earth, then water and air and land. The supreme being was the source of all life.

The Zoroasterian teachings spread throughout the Middle East, Egypt and the Mediterranean, into Africa and the lower parts of Europe. By around 600BC, the Zoroasterian beliefs had been adopted by the Egyptians, was the basis for the Judaism and Islamic faiths and was accepted the Greek philosopher Aristotle as the foundation for his new science.

Could it be that all religious belief systems come from the one source!

But where did the origin of those teachings come from?

In the tradition of the ‘Dreamtime’ of the Aboriginal people of Australia, the oldest oral tradition of a supreme being responsible for the creation of this world has been taught for over 60,000 years. Passed down from generation to generation, the oral tradition of the ‘Dreaming’ has been proven to be incredibly accurate.

According to Evan and Steven Strong on their website, Forgotten Origin, the Aboriginal (original people) spirituality and teachings may be the source of all religious belief systems as it is the oldest recorded belief in a single supreme being who created the earth.egyptian glyphs

They have been able to demonstrate through archealogical finds from around the world and Mitochondrial DNA testing that Aboriginal travellers visited many parts of the world and were visited by people from other lands. For example, the Egyptian hieroglyphs found near Gosford in New South Wales. It is believed that two Egyptians visited the Gosford area approximately 4300 years ago for spiritual guidance, according to the local elders.

Mitochondrial DNA testing has revealed that Aboriginal DNA can be traced back to one of two sources of DNA variants over 400,000 years old. That seems to give credence to Wegener’s theory of Continental Drift where the super continent of Pangea broke in two and Gondwanaland drifted away. Two distinct DNA patterns on two continents. This massive landmass then broke up into Australia, Africa, Antartica, India and South America drifting into their current positions.

The elders of the Original People tell a very similar story. Myth or fact?


Zoroaster: The First Monotheist


Zoroaster: The Persian Monotheist

Zoroaster was a Persian monotheistic teacher who is reputed to be the first spiritual preacher who proposed that there is only one supreme being who he called Ahura Mazda. In the Persian language, Ahura Mazda is translated as meaning “mighty wisdom” or “lord of wisdom”.

According to some Greek historians, Zoroaster lived approximately 600BC However, under his Persian name, ‘Zarathustra”, he is recorded to have lived around 6000BC and has a large body of written works attributed to him.

The Persian Gathas attributed to Zarathushtra were written in a language similar to Sanskrit and the Rig-Vedas of Indian tradition.

In the Gathas, Zoroaster sees the human condition as the mental struggle between asa (truth) and druj (lie). The cardinal concept of asa – which is highly nuanced and only vaguely translatable – is at the foundation of all Zoroastrian doctrine, including that of Ahura Mazda (who is asa), creation (that is asa), existence (that is asa) and as the condition for Free Will, which is arguably Zoroaster’s greatest contribution to religious philosophy.

The purpose of humankind, like that of all other creation, is to sustain asa. For humankind, this occurs through active participation in life and the exercise of constructive thoughts, words and deeds.

Elements of Zoroastrian philosophy entered the West through their influence on Judaism and Middle Platonism and have been identified as one of the key early events in the development of philosophy. Among the classic Greek philosophers, Heraclitus is often referred to as inspired by Zoroaster’s thinking. Contemporary Zoroastrians often point to the similarities between Zoroaster’s philosophy and the ideas of Baruch Spinoza. Zoroasterism was a major religious and philosophical system of belief that spread across Persia into Egypt and the Indian continent.zoroaster

Zarathustra is regarded as the first source of knowledge on astrology and the magical arts. As a magi, he taught the healing practices and performed religious ceremonies.

The belief that Ahura Mazda was the supreme being who created all things, good and evil, soon devolved into a dualist belief that good and evil were seperated into two beings who were in conflict with each other.

According to mythical belief, Ahura Mazda was an alien god possibly from the Plieades along with Mithra and Anahita. They are depicted as arriving in ‘spaceship’ type craft to communicate with Zarathustra. He is also pictured travelling in a spaceship type craft travelling to meet with the god Ahura Mazda.

As such, Zarathustra’s (Zoroaster) philosophy could be the basis on which all monotheistic belief is based. And is regarded as being the source of most religious beliefs that exist on this planet into the modern age.