The Big Bang theory and the theory of Evolution are, as we all know, theories that attempt explanations as to the origin of humans, among other species, on planet Earth.
If, in spite of over a century of funded research and prestigious brains actively involved in unveiling the mystery, these theories are still called *theories,* it is because neither side has been able to mount the sort of evidence that would bounce whichever theory into the realm of factual reality.
Put simply, no one knows for sure how our species came to be and this hiatus has recently led me to ponder another theory, one inspired by ancient Sacred texts as well as by the stimulating thinking of modern people such Alan Watts, Maurice Nicoll, Krishnamurti and P.D. Ouspensky – synergized by the rigorous teachings of Moriya, my mentor.
Don't bother googling Moriya for the Moriya who is my mentor is not on the net.
These days, I am trying to understand how – circa the proverbial Dawn of Time – human *bodies*, bags of skin, bones and fluids – once in full Me-first reflex mode – have moved away from their intended role – their sole purpose for being on Earth.
Spoiler: anyone challenged by the need to better understand the invisible or by the spontaneous ability to think *outside the box* in regard to this topic should abstain from reading further.
What I mean is simply that I wouldn’t want you to be either annoyed or upset, dear Reader, with the alternative theory that I will be posting here in some 14 bite-sized instalments :)