Lost Science of the Stone Age: Sacred Energy and the I Ching
The I Ching is the written spiritual language of the Stone Age. Ten thousand years ago the subtle energies of life were widely understood by an enlightened neolithic priesthood, and eventually recorded to pass on to succeeding generations. Stone Age people also had an instinctive understanding of the magnetic currents that run through the earth. They used dowsing and rock art to interpret and pass on this knowledge of metaphysics. The author unifies the ancient earth energies from 3000 B.C. and their connection to the I Ching, connecting the 64 hexagrams to the 64 codons of DNA. Thus he accesses a flash of opened consciousness, past, present and future, as time and space momentarily combine to answer the eternal questions What is God' and Who am I
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This book explains some of the artifacts of ancient civilisations. It also reveals some of the connections of early Christianity and the Druids. For instance, the first Christian church was sited at Glastonbury, in southern Britain, possibly because early Christians elsewhere were regarded as Jewish . Also, the Celtic cross preceded the Christian one. Apparently, the Druids and these early Christians had many similar beliefs and therefore behaved harmoniously. Later, according to the book, this upset the Romans and led to the invasion of Britain.