If we’re spiritual beings having a human experience and chose to come back for a purpose, where did we come from?
The Unknown-Known: Enduring the Seldom-Traveled Quest of ‘Quest’ionz’ is a coming of age conversation dwelling on age-old topics, beliefs, and ideologies wo/man still are in search of answers for.
Whereas in most cases when one feels an answer isn’t attainable they give up, M’Bwebe Ishangi persists to dig deeper simply by using two of the seven axiomatic Djhuitic (erroneously called Thoth) principles: Correspondence (as above, so below; as below, so above) and Polarity (everything is dual; everything has its pair of opposites; like and unlike are the same; opposites are identical in nature, but different in degree).
Ishangi explores those questions practically everyone has had at one point in their lives but was deterred from answers from “authoritative figures” who frankly did not know themselves. The fact these basic questions of life have not been answered fully is the core reason we fail to be the greatest beings we are designed to be. We don’t know of the amazing things that reside inside us. We’ve simply forgotten who we are, and then forgot that we had forgotten, hence, the title of this book, The Unknown-Known or the forgotten part we used to know.
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Genesis 1 starts out with, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” Using the Microcosm of the Macrocosm theory (MMT for short), neither Genesis nor the Big Bang theory speaks of what was there before these events allegedly transpired!
What was here on the eve before ‘god’ allegedly started creating things? What was the environment like prior to the kaboom that created the star clusters, nebulas, galaxies, and planets we know of? To not address this prohibits one from genuine freedom and ability to find their true purpose of being. It’s like wanting to trace your ethnic roots and stopping at the days we started on the plantation (appropriately called ‘the Wall’) instead of going beyond, to the exact tribe in Afrika.
Second, if we evolved randomly from a 'Big Bang', what intelligence went through creating the most finite details of thought to make us? How did “it” decide there was a need for a tongue, lips, and even fingernails?! And this is just the human species, think of the science behind the makeup of all things that exist—rock, molecules, clouds, everything!
Life is a quest of questions. We just stopped asking...
Most have the instinctive question of “why I am here, what’s my purpose?“ These are questions that go unanswered for the duration of many people’s physical life, leading to abandonment of the will to know the purpose of this lifelong mission. For this, society is to blame, for we are too caught up in material sustenance, failing to balance it with our spiritual counterpart. I often wonder why this enduring quest of unanswered questions is so difficult to decode. And then I realize, esoteric inner-standing the essence of life from a subterranean level is like using a dial-up connection to get on the internet, you may connect but the signal is weak.
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