The 8 Types Of Knowledge That Wisdom Comes From


1. Symbols
The most ancient form of communication, in ancient times it was Cuneiform and Hieroglyphics which were also spoken languages past down to man from his Gods. A picture is worth a thousand words as the saying goes. Today symbols are most commonly used as logo's or emojis.

2. Language
Key to human communication spoken and written, past, present and future. It's difficult for modern language to explain old truths.

3. Mathematics
 Numerical knowledge of the highest kind with nine to the 9th power of 9 being the highest of supreme mathematics. Numbers hold the key to understanding the mysteries of the universe and unlocking the gifts of nature.

4. Science
Knowledge of the effects of environments, biology and chemistry upon each other. In the act of photosynthesis the sun is the source of all life maintenance on the earth the sun's rays warm the waters so the fish may swim the precipitation evaporates into the sky causing clouds that dissolve into rain moistening the earth so plants may grow from which all beings find food.

5.Astrology
Knowledge of a solar (sun) system which is a part of a bigger galaxy everything moves in cycles measured from earth in relation to the sun and moon.

6.Arts/music/writing/dance
The combined makes up a culture which is the very life of the universe manifesting in human form.

7. Light
Untainted mystery to man. The sun is a source of light upon the earth while not pure it still maintains life on the earth. The sun's rays are the link between all living things and the universe. Dark skin hue absorbs sunlight feeding the soul while skin without hue reflects this light.  The light filled souls is preserved after a physical death these people are called soul people or sol (sun) people.

8. Vibration
The tool of creation which carries the power of thought manifesting into words, sound, images and physical things. The voice is a vibration, each living thing has a rhythmic vibration that is felt by other living things. The vibration of all life and the rhythm thereof is the continual breath of life of The Life Giver and therefore the act of creation.

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