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Author: Chris Monument B.Sc. entitist@entitism.com



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A Reasonable Way to Change the World


Could the future of a new World order be hidden in ancient past?



Greek Predictions connect with 21st Century


The shadows of Ancient Greek prophecies in their mythologies. Lives and behaviour of the gods: such as Cronus,

Uranus, Zeus, the Titans and Creation myth summaries; and the unconscious’ association with the underworld.



How does one come to the conclusion that there is no God


Since ancient times, gods and goddesses through abstraction and art have become synonymous with metaphorical aspects of  Nature and the afterlife. From this association many potential ideas progressed in invention with the possibility to appear why the will spends time trying to prove a new reality. Through the ages, deities have continually been incorporated into pantheons until one deity became realized as a single entity, monotheism.  From this way of thinking, God is omniscient and omnipresent, as through his being, Nature controls our lives. Religion, concepts and invention utilize the same abstractional processes since the dawn of modern man over 100,000 years ago. The need for invention comes from the need to survive, and religion creates an imaginable process of surviving in some form after death. The ultimate aim for the imagination is to prove there is an afterlife.