In my last post i began to venture into the right side of the brain and the implications of processing thoughts via the left hemisphere first, and the right second which is the polar opposite of ancient cultures and consequently modern day eastern cultures.
All apparent complicated structures are rooted with simple formulas, nature itself has produced various forms of creation which all have a foundational root, an imprint that can be observed in all creation. The very structure of our brains match the systematic structures of plants, water and the very embedded codes of the universe itself. This has been extensively studied by scholars who have asserted that the pyramids of giza were aligned with the star system of orion, which the ancients believed was the heavenly abode they descended from. This theory in some ways has been backed up by modern star gazers, who have studied this ancient star system to find that the inner nebula is actually shaped like a human brain. The realization of these inner standings are becoming more and more frequent, as we are in the information age where access to knowledge is not governed by a centralized body. The emergence of the internet has filled the void created by our disconnection from our ancestors, and enabled cultures that have not lost their traditions such as the Mayan’s, Hindu’s, Dogon’s etc to share their wealth of knowledge. The connection between these various indigenous tribes are unmistakable, as they all share in the belief of the cosmic realms and their connection to the terrestrial world. Mapping and following the cycle of the stars are all key aspects of these ancient cultures, anthropomorphization (ascribing human form or nature to an animal, plant, object or force).
My point in these forewords is to give the reader a foundation, on which to build on for further posts which will delve into the subject matter at hand. People often scrutinize information that hasn’t passed through the filter of controlled information/media, and even those that do still struggle to go beyond a certain point which is true of all of us. We all have a voice in our minds telling us to go no further and put the shutters up, but to truly innerstand we have to be still and let the life take the driver seat and have faith that we will retain what is necessary and discard the irrelevant. The connections I’ve asserted through a manga book, the human brain and ancient cultures is an attempt to build bridges rather than light torches and draw fi di pitch forks.
In my next post i will be theorizing on the causes of cancer, in application to the black community.