The 11th century AD, the remote time which nobody has particularly noted and which seems to be deservedly consigned to oblivion in history. What could be so interesting in such a distant past for contemporary humanity? Questionable events or inaccurate chronology? As a matter of fact why would anyone delve into what has vanished long ago? It’s hard to dispute with such arguments, especially today when there is a clear understanding of the value of the here-and-now point in human life. Nonetheless, there is a big BUT about this, and our inquisitive mind armed with the Primordial Knowledge endeavours to stand us in good stead and find interesting elements in historical records which, if linked together, unexpectedly reveal a striking picture for us. So, what are we actually talking about? In our subsequent publications we will tell you about the wave or even a whole tsunami of spiritual renascence that rolled around the planet in a marvellous and incomprehensible way. Although our finds represent just a weak hypothesis so far and we don’t claim them to be anything more significant, this is still a very exciting journey that for many people will hopefully become a pleasant surprise capable of inspiring, reassuring, and strengthening them on the spiritual path.
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In view of the recently published precedents of the Primordial Knowledge distortions (link) in the works of our contemporaries, we thought it would be interesting and edifying to give an example from a not-so-remote past in the history of a no longer existing nation that became globally notorious for their deeds. Let’s talk about the Aztecs.
In the very beginning of Heaven’s Mirror Graham Hancock gives an excellent description of the outcome achieved by the Aztecs some 500 years ago as a result of distortion and misinterpretation of the Knowledge which all of us, the contemporary humanity, are given in the AllatRa book. I am sure there are many more of such examples in the history of bipeds living on this beautiful planet, calling themselves humans, yet surpassing any wild beast by their cruelty.
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We kindly recommend you to familiarize yourselves with the previous articles of the series In quest of… A journey to the remote 11th century:
This is neither a book nor a science work intended to impress readers, gain public recognition or obtain other benefits, so let me get straight to the point. As we remember, the great civilizer Quetzalcoatl left the Toltecs around the 11th century. Legends say he sailed away to the east in the same direction he had arrived from over the eastern sea. Let’s imagine for a moment that the god-king of the ancient Mexicans was Bodhisattva – the teacher of humanity. In such case, what was the sense for him to abandon North America and go back to Eurasia, when South America was right across a little isthmus (the contemporary Panama Canal), which was very close by the planetary scale? You should agree it would have been quite logical for him to leave sprouts of spiritual knowledge on the vast South American continent, where the Andes and the Amazon rainforest stretch for thousands of kilometres, before his ultimate departure from that part of the world.
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