Now that we know the pattern of creation, what are we actually made of? Everything in existence is composed of elemental particles called photons, which are quantum packets of holographic information encoded into light. These photons aggregate and condense according to frequency and vibration into material form such as a body, a plant, or a rock, or immaterial form such as thoughts, electromagnetic waves, or sunlight.
This swarm of photons is contained within a unified field, the “cosmic egg” as it was known in antiquity wherein every particle is entangled with the whole. A mother, knows the instant that her child is injured even though a continent separates them, a particle at one end of the universe immediately reacts to a change in its sister particle at the other end. This may all sound spooky and unreal, but these are facts, nonetheless.
Now that we have the big picture in focus we get to the “where did I come from?” Religious dogma insists that the earth is the center of creation and that humans are the only sentient beings in existence.
Well, consider that the earth is actually located at the outer edge, the boondocks so to speak of the Milky Way galaxy of which our tiny solar system is just one of billions and that the Milky Way galaxy if just one of billions of galaxies within this universe that is expanding outwards faster than the speed of light.
Given these facts it only stands to reason that creation is forever unfolding countless forms in an expression of its infinite potential.
There was a creation story for humanity told by indigenous cultures throughout the world, before the Abrahamic religions Judaism, Christianity, and Islam came into existence some two thousand years ago.
It starts within the center of our own Milky Way galaxy. The Gnostics, the wise ones who remembered and held the knowledge of the true nature of reality, told of such a story until the Church exterminated them.
The Gnostic story was rediscovered in 1945 in the desert of Nag Hammadi, Egypt written on codices and hidden, buried in earthen jars. These texts contain many writings, among them the myth of the Aeon, Sophia, who along with her consort Thelete conceived of the genome of humanity and so developed the template for a creature that excited and sparked their creative genius.
It is the story of the fall of Sophia from the center of the milky-way galaxy to became the living planet Gaia-Sophia. It tells of how we came to be here and what our purpose is.
You may think this is a tall tale and completely unbelievable but it has a credibility that the creation myth of the Abrahamic religions that has created such havoc in our world does not, and is certainly more in line with the observable universe in which we live. We look at the mythic tale of the Gnostics and realize that as all stories go truth is contained in metaphor and analogy.
This creation myth is the major theme of the book “Not in his Image” by John Lamb Lash. I was so inspired by his rendering of the Gnostic tale that I myself wrote a short picture book rendition of this story that is accessible to everyone, entitled, “The Luminous Child, a tale of Myth, Metaphor and Magic”.
This creation story is the safe place for humanity. It informs us of the grand theme unfolding now being played out upon the world stage. If we know the narrative we can align ourselves with the wave of transformation engulfing us like a giant tsunami, a time line shift in the evolution of the consciousness of humanity that is happening at this very moment and like all tsunamis you cannot stop this but you can certainly make your way to higher ground.