I’ve always been interested in geology. When I was a child, I had a rock and gem collection, which I actively grew when ever I could. I accumulated a vast collection, which came from across the world. I tagged each and every stone. I read books and watched films about geology and even considered becoming a geologist after spending time in Australia. But in the last few years, I’ve discovered the truth of this world, so It’s a good job that I didn’t! Today’s video takes another look into natural science. You certainly won’t come across this on the likes of National Geographic.
What is Geology, Really?
Like many professions today, much of the knowledge you are required to have for a specific job (like being a geologist) may well in fact just be pure nonsense. A rather outrageous claim you may say to me, but unraveling the lies in this world pulls out the foundations of many ‘academic’ subjects. It brings them in to the spotlight, and has us look at them in a different way and more importantly, more critically. This conclusion that you’ll come to changes your entire perspective on the world.
Can the grandiose of the masonic universities throughout the world stand up and defend themselves from the onslaught to come? Only time will tell…
Onwards and upwards to our next video!
To truly know the world, look deeply within your own being; to truly know yourself, take real interest in the world.Rudolf Steiner
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