Why Men with Dark Intentions Destroyed the Library of Alexandria (without music)

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Why Men with Dark Intentions Destroyed the Library of Alexandria

BY ARJUN WALIA

www.collective-evolution.com/2017/12/08/why-men-with-dark-intentions-destroyed-the-library-of-alexandria/

Ancient civilizations are a fascinating topic, and it’s clear we have so much to learn from them when it comes to our way of life, our health, our technology, science, nature, consciousness, and the nature of reality itself.

understanding these rhythms and cycles of time help us to understand that our modern civilizations are not the first to have emerged nor are they necessarily more advanced than previous ones that have come and gone.

Be it information in the form of written text, or advanced ancient structures like the Kailasa temple, one of 32 cave temples and monasteries located within the Ellora Caves in India, their knowledge β€” how they acquired it and how they constructed their masterpieces β€” remains a complete mystery.

With all of our modern-day technology, knowledge, and wisdom, there is still no way to accomplish some of the feats of civilizations past, feats that required an extremely advanced understanding of mathematics, physics, and more. There is evidence that many ancient achievements required an extremely advanced form of technology as well, and many examples to prove these assertions.

Another fascinating point to make is the fact that many ground-breaking discoveries within the realm of quantum mechanics, as well as neuroscience, closely resemble the teachings of several ancient civilizations and native American populations.

Sometimes it seems we are re-learning much of the knowledge kept by the ancient world.

This is exactly why the burning of the library of Alexandria was such a tragedy. It was one of the greatest libraries in human history, holding a vast archive of manuscripts and books from all over the ancient world, and what our ancients would have themselves considered ancient.

The Great Library of Alexandria, was located in Alexandria, Egypt and was dedicated to the Muses, the nine goddesses of the arts.
It was built after the famous Alexander the Great, who conquered Egypt and acquired knowledge from all parts of the globe. From East to West, the teachings of multiple civilizations throughout human history up to that time could be found in the great library.


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