Many thousands of years ago, in what we refer to as
the “primordial world” of the ancients, human life
was a far different experience from that which we
enjoy today. They did not have electricity, running
water, television, and books. While it is true that we
have less documentation on that prehistoric world
then we have on our own age, enough is known from
the ancient writings to paint a rather clear picture of
our remote ancestry. If we have learned anything at
all, it is this:
“That the more we change, the more we stay the
same.” And nowhere is this more clearly
demonstrated than in the history of man’s quest for
“God”, and the ancient religion we still keep holy.
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According to the best understanding we have gleaned from the available records, life
for our ancient forefathers was a mixture of wonder and fear. Each day, just finding
food for one’s family without becoming a meal oneself was a life-and-death struggle. It
was from these meager, distressful conditions of the human race that our long history
of the search for God and meaning of life has come.
From the beginning, man’s profound questions demanded answers. When no clear
answers were forthcoming from the universe, man turned inward and developed his
own answers. The study of this subject is termed “Astro-Theology” or the worship of
the heavens. It did not take ancient man very long to decide that in this world the
single greatest enemy to be feared was the darkness of the night. At night there were
predator animals out and if you were not careful you could become a meal for such
night dwelling animals.
Man’s first enemy was darkness
With this one fact alone, is becomes easy to understand why the greatest and most
trustworthy friend to the human race would ever have was heaven’s greatest gift to
the world…THE SUN. The sun is in the sky and another word for sky is heavens and
'God's sun lived in the heavens', or the son of God lived in heaven.
The story of Christianity is an aged old story, it is “the greatest story ever told”, in fact
it is the only story ever told; The Glorious Rising Orb of Day, the sun. We shall see that
the parallels between Christian metaphors and the natural reality of the sun and sky
are so striking that they constitute – the whole story.
Modern-day Christianity has often belittled our ancient ancestors who are not here to
defend themselves. They accuse them of being nothing more than ignorant
worshippers (or pegans-which definition actually means ‘those who dwell in the
country as opposed to living in cities) of miscellaneous gods. Therefore, we can, with
assurance, summarily dismiss 14,000 years of human spirituality as ignominious myth
believed by well-meaning but gullible primitives. Too much of this kind of spiritual
arrogance and religious pride has continued without challenge…until now! The time
has come to set matters straight.