The field of esoteric knowledge is vast and complex. Its effect on humanity has been accepted and rejected by groups of people over eons of time because humanity has been present on Earth and in the esoteric planes of reality for a long time. The impression given by science, religion and archaeology as to the presence of humanity on Earth is a long way from the truth as groups came and went over periods of time.
Man has recently started to investigate and discover elements suggesting that history has not accurately recorded the occupation of man’s home planet but only evidence of recent occupation remains.
Time has eliminated all trace of the earlier sojourns made by man upon the planet so it is not possible for science to trace the beginning of humanity's origins.
That is not to say that no record remains but it does indicate that it will not be possible to discover archaeological evidence remaining. To trace the origins of man’s beginnings we must look elsewhere.
This new book, investigating the makeup of mankind is intended to probe elements of total man from his earliest beginnings up to the present time in as complete a fashion as is possible, leaving no stone unturned in our efforts to grasp just who and what this creature called man is and his place in the overall concept of life.
It is intended that this volume should take man on into the future by examining minutely his past origins both in physical and non-physical forms.
By doing so, it is hoped that when considered in conjunction with the previous work presented (The Stairway To Freedom), it will be both complementary and innovative and thus form a comprehensive work that will explain the origins of man, his place in the universe and his destiny ultimately throughout the stars for, be assured that man came from the stars and his place, his destiny, is to return.
Man is a far greater creature than history has portrayed. Most of what has been written to explain his origins is incorrect either by ignorance of the facts or by falsehood.
This volume, in conjunction with the previous, sets out to correct these errors and anyone who takes the effort to read and understand them will no longer be under the illusion as to his origins, his path through life and his future as he progresses through the maze of intricacies of life in his attempt to return to his source - God.
So, it must, at the outset, be fully understood by all that this proposed volume will be both diverse and complex in its investigations of life and so the student must be prepared, both in the sense of understanding of the task being undertaking and also by preparation for comprehension of its elements, by prior study.
This will not be a work understandable by all and, indeed, no one who has not armed himself by previous investigation should undertake its study.
However, for those who have prepared themselves correctly and for those who will make the effort of deep analysis of the topics to be mentioned it is hoped that clarity will be afforded and strides made to remove the barriers that have for so long been erected to keep the truth from the eyes of the searchers.
This day was bound to come. Truth can only be hidden for so long.
It was kept from the curious public for long ages for a variety of reasons but times change and the changing time has decreed that now is the moment for unveiling the evidence that has been waiting to be presented.
So, with these admonishments as to the degree of preparation required and the level of comprehension expected, we will now start to begin to explain both the physical and spiritual origins of man from the dawns of time and into his probable future.
People have long wondered about the origin of humanity, where it came from and why.
It appears that all other life is so simple and trouble free. Mammals, fish and all the creatures that inhabit Earth seem to get by worry free. They do not need clothes, they all seem to find enough to eat each day and, when they have nothing better to do, they sleep, deep, untroubled sleep until they feel that it is the moment to wake up and pursue some other activity; hunting, mating, eating and, once that craving satisfied, they sleep again.
The only variation to this pattern seems to occur when an animal has young to care for. Then, and only then, does another instinct come to the fore that we term “the maternal instinct”.
Then the selfish aspects that dominates most of their lives takes a back seat and, for the first time, the creature, or creatures, start to put others first and themselves second or not at all.
Many creatures will give their lives and die, if necessary, protecting their young if attacked by a predator intent on harming those young.
For the first time we see in such creatures’ instincts that we could recognise and approve of.
We sometimes give these attributes human characteristics and talk of “motherly love”, and the “maternal instinct” of such animals.
Whether the animals themselves would recognise such attributes or whether they are merely following the instincts that nature has instilled in them is another matter.
But, from our point of view we can associate with the actions of a female mammal suckling its cuddly young and lavishing upon them as much care as even the most attentive human could.
This connection between the way in which an animal cares for its young and the attitude that decent humans have towards each other provides a clue as to the difference and the similarity between the animal population and humans.
So we can see that humans clearly have, in certain circumstances, attributes, both that we call positive and negative, a connection between the animal kingdom and us.
It is possible for man to be completely callous, selfish and looking out exclusively for himself but it is possible for man to be loving, caring, laying down his life to save another if required.
Thus we can clearly see the connection in animalistic terms between man and beast.
Yet for most thinking people it is clear that man is not an animal.
Animals do not wear clothes but man does.
Animals seem, generally, to be able to provide their nourishment for themselves where as man, in the same circumstances would have to ape animal behaviour and hunt or grub in the dirt for food or succumb to starvation.
He would not be able to have the types of food that he is used to in civilised society.
One could go on. Even hive creatures like ants and bees live by different rules to man, even though their behaviour has been long admired by some people and attempts to install such a hierarchical system of control, from one almighty being (the queen ant or bee) down through a military type of protection system, to the workers, toiling endlessly without question to provide all that the hive or nest requires, their useless bodies, once they have expired through exhaustion, either being recycled as food for the living or being ejected outside the nest as useless dross.
Such a system would gain great popularity in many communities but can hardly be approved when compared to the love given by a mother animal to its offspring.
So where does this comparison of the different aspects of animal life take us. Does it help in any way or fashion to discover the origins of mankind?
We have looked at some of the aspects of animalistic behaviour and considered the cold, almost military way that certain insect groups behave, through the “normal” somewhat selfish mindset of the average animal and then considered the loving, caring, giving aspects of certain creatures during the period where they have young to care for.
Now let us go back a long way in time before anything that we would describe as living existed.
What did the world look like?
It is possible to conjecture that, if one trawls far enough back in time, we would arrive at a point where nothing existed.
Such an exercise would provide little edification in identifying the origin of the creation of man, so we skip forward to the point where planets exist but life on them does not.
It is not possible to put a precise date on such a period because, due to the fact that life as we know it did not exist, no one was present to measure or note such a time!
And yet something must have existed in order to organise and put in motion the wheels of creation that have resulted in all that we currently see.
If we are to find out what that “something” was that kick-started life, perhaps, by extrapolation, we can uncover the source from whence mankind appeared.
So, we are at a point where planets now exist but there is no life as we would know it anywhere in the universe.
This is where we need to move outside of physicality and grope the depths of the invisible worlds, real and vibrant within their own dimensions but only recently thought about by a branch of science known as quantum mechanics.
This branch of investigation of life, unfortunately, describes these different universes as bands, strings, lifeless mathematical concepts that may, indeed, describe the basic concept of the various dimensions but fails, totally, to embrace the reality of the dynamic essence that these dimensions actually portray.
Indeed, it is true to say that, without the various dimensions that science has only recently discovered, physical reality would not be possible because, what is visible around us that is called reality is the end result of the complex interplay of the dimensional forces that permit so called reality to exist as has been explained in previous works.
So we need to discover how and why dimensions came into being before we can hope, eventually, to discover how man could have physical form on planet Earth.
Life is very complex and yet life is the only thing that exists.
Where did this life come from?
This is where we have to admit that we have a gap in our knowledge.
Many of us have spent vast amounts of time and energy investigating this mysterious force but it seems to be deemed to be the one great unsolvable mystery.
We feel the need to explain somewhat but the conundrum can be summed up in the question that has been asked for millennia; What came first, the chicken or the egg?
If and when anyone can satisfactorily answer that question, he will have the key to the question of where life came from.
Obviously, over time, wise men have pondered the question and have proposed some very intelligent solutions but none of them have stood the test of time.
The chicken and egg mystery is, of course, closely connected to another; who created everything in the first place?
Science, generally, ignores such questions, preferring to deal with subjects to which they can provide answers.
Religions claim the monopoly of knowledge as to who and what God is but, if pushed, will have to admit that the origin of God is a mystery to them.
As far as is known, the origin of the life force known as God, is not understood by any force anywhere in the various galaxies nor in the dimensions enrobing the galaxies.
So, there is this one, vital point that, for the moment, remains unanswerable. Perhaps it is just as well because if it was discovered that the life force we call God was “made” by some other life force, we would open a Pandora’s box of questions as to who invented who indefinitely.
We are looking for answers, not endless questions so we start with the premise that states that some force, that some people refer to as God, is a life force and is the only life force that has ever existed or ever will.
Nothing can exist in any plane of reality, from physical to the uppermost dimension, unless it has this life force associated with it.
It may be difficult to comprehend that a grain of sand is alive but it is so.