Why weren't our ancestors (human) passing down their knowledge.
Mercury wrote:Polaris, many other researchers ask the same questions about ancient civilizations. They seemed to pop up with great knowledge and as they went along it deteriorated. They show the ancient monuments of Egypt as opposed to the ones built later as evidence pointing this out.
Also, the ancient Americans in Central and South America had amazing civilizations and yet they never improved on them. They all learned the knowledge by rote as they passed it down. Why was that the case?
Add to it the Dark Ages and there are a lot of questions that need to be answered.
timeTraveler wrote:I think that two essentially different things get mixed.
I try to separate those two issues and give my opinion of them.
1) The communication of important event over generations: The fact is that there is enormous amount of write descriptions of the astronaut humans encounters and collaboration ( Sumerians: Gilgames (see Zecharias Sitchen: for example The 12th planet, The Stairways to Heaven, The War of Gods ans Men etc.), Jewish: Old testament, Egyptians: a lot of hieroglyphic texts.
The problem in the cause of time with these texts (in my mind) is that for some unknown reason the connections and collaboration with astronauts ended. So after a few generations ( lets say 3 – 5 ) the texts were in so bad contrast with their realty that they could not any more believe that the stories described real and actual things and events. So gradually people started to believe that these text were fantasy and as they were copied many times in sequence. SO now we have a lot of nearly first hand evidence that almost no-one believes any more.
2) The decline of these culture is in my mind more than natural. The pure existences was heavily dependent on these extraterrestrials. When they left for some unknown reason the complex function of these society could not be run only by humans and thus they collapsed.
Corcaigh wrote:My take on it is that people didn't realise the impact of what they did "echoing in eternity" (to paraphrase Gladiator)
In the last 150 years or so humans have started to realise that we can preserve our knowledge for future generations.
polaris wrote:Now if you accept that statement then looking back in time, why weren't our ancestors (human) passing down their knowledge.
Could it be that we didn't have it to begin with??
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