Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? In The Science of the Dogon, Laird Scranton demonstrated that the cosmological structure described in the myths and drawings of the Dogon runs parallel to modern science - atomic theory, quantum theory and string theory - their drawings often taking the same form as accurate scientific diagrams that relate to the formation of matter. Scranton, also, pointed to the close resemblance between the keywords and component elements of Dogon cosmology and those of ancient Egypt and the implication that ancient cosmology may, also, be about actual science.
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He lives in Albany, New York. Laird Scranton investigates the myths, symbols, and traditions of prehistoric China, finding fundamental similarities between Chinese cosmology and that of other creation traditions. These cultural symbols reveal that there was a sophisticated scientific understanding in ancient times that has a direct correlation to our modern scientific discoveries, and suggests that the cosmology of all ancient cultures arose from a single now-lost source.
Buy Now. Read More. Point of Origin By Laird Scranton. Why do the Dogon of Africa and the cultures of ancient Egypt, India, Tibet, and China share strikingly similar myths and sacred symbols? Laird Scranton makes the case that the archaeological complex at Gobekli Tepe is the definitive point of origin from which all the great civilizations of the past inherited their cosmology, esoteric teachings, and civilizing skills.
Do ancient systems of myth and symbol descend from one common cosmological plan? Laird Scranton identifies the signature attributes of a theoretic ancient parent cosmology and makes the case that cosmology may have engendered civilization, not the other way around. The myths of the Dogon people of Mali, West Africa, bear a striking resemblance to modern scientific definitions of matter. Laird Scranton reveals the striking similarities between Skara Brae, a Neolithic farming village on Orkney Island and the traditions of pre-dynastic ancient Egypt as preserved by the Dogon people of Mali.
He examines the similarities between Skara Brae and Gobekli Tepe and how Skara Brae may have been a secondary center of learning for the ancient world.
Scott Creighton reveals how the only hard evidence that dates the Great Pyramid--the quarry marks discovered by Colonel Vyse in was forged. Revealing Maori culture as centuries older than generally accepted, Laird Scranton shows how the same cosmological concepts and linguistic roots that began at Gobekli Tepe are also evident in Maori cosmology and language, with similarities to Dogon and Egyptian languages and biblical and Hindu traditions.
Exploring the mystery of why so many ancient cultures share remarkably similar cosmological philosophies and religious symbolism, Laird Scranton analyzes dozens of examples of shared ancient wisdom and symbols and reveals how this knowledge came from the original instructions that led to the birth of the great civilizations. Plant Consciousness. Animal Communication. Divine Feminine. Indigenous Cultures. Native American. Sacred Geometry. Esoteric Traditions. Lost Knowledge.
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Interestingly, the myths that depict his creative efforts bear a striking resemblance to the modern scientific definitions of matter, beginning with the atom and continuing all the way to the vibrating threads of string theory. Furthermore, many of the Dogon words, symbols, and rituals used to describe the structure of matter are quite similar to those found in the myths of ancient Egypt and in the daily rituals of Judaism. The Science of the Dogon offers a case-by-case comparison of Dogon descriptions and drawings to corresponding scientific definitions and diagrams from authors like Stephen Hawking and Brian Greene, then extends this analysis to the counterparts of these symbols in both the ancient Egyptian and Hebrew religions. What is ultimately revealed is the scientific basis for the language of the Egyptian hieroglyphs, which was deliberately encoded to prevent the knowledge of these concepts from falling into the hands of all but the highest members of the Egyptian priesthood. The Science of the Dogon also offers compelling new interpretations for many of the most familiar Egyptian symbols, such as the pyramid and the scarab, and presents new explanations for the origins of religiously charged words such as Jehovah and Satan.
The Science of the Dogon : Decoding the African Mystery Tradition
Laird Scranton is an independent software developer from Albany, New York. He is the author of several books and articles on African and Egyptian mythology and language. Laird Scranton: The Dogon are a modern-day African tribe from Mali who seem to observe many interesting ancient traditions. In fact, their culture can be seen as a kind of cross-roads for several important ancient traditions. As just a few examples, they wear skull caps and prayer shawls, circumcise their young, and celebrate a Jubilee Year like ancient Jews, they observe the same calendars and establish their villages and districts in pairs called "Upper" and "Lower" like ancient Egypt, and they preserve a detailed cosmology that bears close resemblance to Buddhism, only expressed using ancient Egyptian terms.