The word religion is used synonymous with a system of beliefs and the word myth is used synonymous with fairytales not rooted in reality. What Westerners call myths were scientific treatments documented using a methodology that the ancient people themselves understood.


The word religion is used synonymous with a system of beliefs and the word myth is used synonymous with fairytales not rooted in reality. What Westerners call myths were scientific treatments documented using a methodology that the ancient people themselves understood. In other words, what we call the metaphors, symbols, and allegories, were the technology of ancient times used to store (remember) and transmit data. The people had knowledge of the realities that were behind the metaphors, symbols, and allegories and they were not simply “myths” to them. It is only a myth in the Western sense because of ignorance of the realities behind them. We see traces of this method or storing and transmitting data in so-called sacred societies or any initiatory system: college frats, freemasonry, etc. Authentic systems still exist today. To illustrate further… A magician sitting in the audience of a magic show will see the show completely different than a non-magician. The magician watching, will appreciate the technique and execution of the tricks and illusions from a technical view and how well it was done but wont be mystified or in awe. The non-magician watching will be in amazement and awe wondering how it was done and in some cases believe that it was real. This difference exist because the magician knows the realities behind the tricks whereas the non-magician is ignorant of it. This is analogous to the scientific nature of so-called ancient religions. Science does not have to catch up to anything, its the people’s mentality that needs to shift paradigms from an immature gullible state as promoted by Western societies to a more mature intelligent state as found in African cultures.