November 7, 2020
Throughout human history, we have struggled to attain any kind of enlightenment. It would seem that back 540 million years ago, we barely knew enough to feed and excavate ourselves, yeah meet our earliest ancestor, all mouth and no anus.
Feast your eyes on your great-great-great-great-times-about-540-million, grandparent. It is a millimeter-sized, anus-lacking blob that mostly consisted of a giant mouth — and it’s said to be the “oldest human ancestor.”
The Saccorhytus was a tiny sea creature that lived between grains of sand in the ancient oceans. It had a bag-like, vaguely symmetrical body covered in muscles and thin skin, and a big mouth surrounded by four tiny cones. Fossilized traces of it were recently uncovered in China, along with remains of 45 other creatures that shed new light on human’s evolutionary roots. Don’t see the family resemblance? The connection can be traced back to when there were two main groups of organisms: deuterostomes and protostomes. Deuterostomes, meaning, “mouth second,” were originally believed to develop their anus before their mouth in the embryo. It was this group that eventually developed into vertebrates (animals with spines). Before now, the earliest known deuterostomes were from 510 to 520 million years ago. The new creature lived 540 million years ago, filling in an important gap in evolutionary research.
“All deuterostomes had a common ancestor, and we think that is what we are looking at here,” Morris said.
Interestingly, these new fossils don’t seem to have anuses — leading researchers to believe the Saccorhytus used small cones surrounding the mouth for – ehrm – “excavation.” The cones also might be the earliest version of gills.
It’s not the oldest animal fossil to ever be discovered, but it is the oldest that can be linked to humans. You know how your body is relatively symmetrical? You got that from Saccorhytus.
So that is us, a “human” way back when. It mostly explains why we were able to survive the evolution of the dinosaur, then, evolve as far as Ardi, and then all the way until Enki started to tinker with our DNA, and that unknown primate. There at least for now, is no way of knowing what our primate ancestors knew of our spiritual connection to the universe. We know that dogs and cats can see on different light wavelengths than we can, and, that the lens on the human eye prevents us from seeing in many different wavelengths.
It is here circa 450,000 years ago that our quest for enlightenment can really begin. The Annunaki were here on earth, they had built the pyramids, were building in the Americas, and were finding the work- load incredibly burdensome. They then hit on the idea of creating a primitive worker- you and I. The problem was that they created something far more intelligent than they had originally intended. And, we wanted what they had, seeming immortality. They are not actually immortal; they simply possess enormously long life spans. Our life spans seem to be inextricably linked to our planet’s orbit around Sol; it seems Nibiru’s orbit of 3,600 earth years has given the Annunaki the same benefit.
The Annunaki recognizing our intelligence, and how it benefitted them, proceeded to educate us in almost everything that they knew; almost all the earth sciences, medicine – but not genetics. Our efforts in CRSPR technologies are quickly allowing us to catch up to what they did not teach us 250,000 years ago. Enki’s son Thothmes gave us Hermetics, Enlil’s granddaughter Inanna, taught a deeper form of hermetics that brought us the Bhagavad Gita, which in turn gave us knowledge of both the Kundalini and, the Akashic Record.
It does not matter what form of modern religion you follow, access to the Akasha is equal to all. However, the closed mindedness shown by Christianity precludes the ability to believe that such a thing exists. The Quran on the other hand, at least allows for the possibility. As I have said elsewhere, Islam is a far more honest form of worship. Whether you are Christian, Muslim, or Hindu, or you believe in the purple polka dot monster, we are all after the same end, the attainment of perfection. Christianity would have you achieve it through the use of fear and intimidation, Islam through sincere discipline; Hinduism by maintaining focus on Krsna, the purple polka dot monster by whatever crap comes out of its mouth.
As I began this journey, I did not understand that what I was looking for was attaining reunification with my sacred feminine. I could not relate the Grail romances to my life. Said romances often have a beautiful princess tucked away as a prisoner in some impossibly high tower, at an unassailable castle. I find it fascinating that at least one queen of Scots, Mary Stuart, was held by her cousin Queen Elizabeth I of England in London’s tower. Her murder by the English queen was grisly and the axe man was either incredibly inept or cruel beyond measure. The film Outlaw King wrongly portrays the Bruce’s wife Elizabeth De Burgh being hung from a castle wall to be mocked and abused. Elizabeth died aged approximately 38 years old, on 27 October 1327 after falling from her horse during a visit to the royal residence at Cullen, Banffshire
Plans were immediately made to transport her body to Dunfernline Abbey in Fife, the resting place of Scottish kings and queens since 1093. As parishioners in Cullen were worried that her remains would not arrive intact, they took the step of having her internal organs removed during the embalming process. While some sources claim that her entrails were transported separately to Fife, others state that they were buried in the parish church of Cullen the parishioners also had Masses said to pray for her soul.
Robert the Bruce, in gratitude for the treatment of Elizabeth’s body and its return south for burial decreed that a chaplaincy be established at the Auld Kirk of Cullen (parish church of Cullen) and paid in perpetuity the sum of five Scots pounds to have Masses said for the soul of Elizabeth. Robert’s original bequest was augmented by Mary Queen of Scots in 1543 and continued to be paid by different bodies throughout the centuries until changes and loss of records due to local government reform in 1975, led to the stopping of payments. In 2011 the church’s minister, the Rev Melvyn Wood applied to the Moray Council to have the tradition re-instated and after a lengthy investigation, the Council agree to reinstate the annual payment of £2.10 and even agreed to pay for the missed instalments. A prayer is now said in the queen’s honor at a Sunday service, which also remembers parishioners who have died in the last year.
When Robert died 18 months later his body was laid to rest next to Elizabeth who had been interred in the very center of the abbey beneath the high altar, in an alabaster tomb decorated with gold leaf. Fragments of the tomb still remain and can be seen in the National Museum of Scotland. The abbey was sacked in 1560 by Calvinists during the Scottish reformation and the tomb was lost, however King Robert’s coffin was rediscovered in 1819 during construction work on the new abbey and Elizabeth’s coffin was rediscovered in 1917. Both were re-interred in the new abbey.