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  1. #1 'The mystery Religion' and String Theory 
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    Hi. I'm completely new to this site and have signed up out of something that is currently playing on my mind. If there is already a thread about this that I have missed, please re-direct me, but if not, I have a question.

    I watched a documentary called esoteric agenda, which has caused me to do a bit more digging into something called 'the Mystery Religion'. I'm not too much of a conspiracy buff or anything, but do believe groups such as the illuminate etc existed and may have forms of themselves today. Anyway, it claims that the 'secret government' of today all believe in something called the mystery religion. It's a pre-christian, pagen religion, the oldest one ever known, that the church and other population controlling religions like islam etc, wanted to remove from people's knowledge so only a select few people truely knew about it. This was why we had mass book burnings of any other religions books, the wiping out of indiginous populations as they conquered countries (as their shamans and spiritual leaders knew of this 'Mystery Religion') and so on. (By the way, my reference of Pagen religion is both the roman 'Pagen religion' worshiping nature, and the term for all other religions pre dating christianity/islam like the myan and sumerian religions). Its also means that because of this mass wipe out of historical evidence, that we believe our understandings of the stars as a race only began some 10,000 years ago.

    The main point here being that this 'Mystery Religion' basically believes that all people where made up from energy. And that this energy vibrated at a certain frequency to make 'us'. In solid form. It also says that everything we see like animals, the air we breath, the earth, the stars and even the universe itself, are all made up of energy, all vibrating at certain frequencies. This is aparently why they knew so much about the stars and nature, as they were all interlocked and '1' with us and this energy. (It also claims that we will all transcend into a new form of pure light/energy when the earth resonates at a different frequency, as we will all become one with nature and the earth itself as our own vibrations change, in accordance with the earth's change). This change also seems to state that we will all leave and become one on a different plane of existence. I could go on about how this has similarities to some stories in religions like christianity etc. The Rapture and so forth, but religions stealing ideas from other religions is not for this topic. (Its worth noting that these older religions across the globe, all had advanced knowledge of the stars, icluding knowledge of the earths 26,000 year 'wobble' and counted this entire period as one big cycle, which most divided into 5 smaller cycles)

    What does interest me though is how the worlds oldest religion seems to have major similarities to science's newest and boldest theory, String Theory. Again, its major points seem to suggest that quarks are made up of trillions of tiny strings of massless energy (connected or not, irrelevent), and these vibrate at different frequencies. Combining each strings vibrations together over all these trillion different strands will make up what type of sub-atomic quark is created, which in turn when they combine will go on to make a certain type of atom, and so on. It also suggests that if they vibrated in certain ways (trillions of strings) that they could not only produce solid particles such as people, air, stars etc, but could actually produce photons (light) and even be the building blocks for forces (strong, weak, E.M and gravions/gravity). And that manipulating these vibrations could cause the base elements to change, and therefore turn a particle into a different kind of particle. String theory also seems to suggest that there are more dimensions than the 4 we can observe (space-time being counted as a dimension there) and also theres talk of parallel universes with the use of membrains etc. which is why gravity works as it does.

    So both talk of-
    -Everything being made of energy (forces/nature)
    -This energy vibrating at certain frequencies
    -Changing these vibrations altering form/matter
    -Different planes of existance/dimensions and parallel universes

    Im also not religious in any way, I know how christianity was merely a way of population control, stealing most of not all its idea's from earlier religions, which in turn were humanised forms of astrological lay-outs and unexplainable phenomina. I dont see the need to try and disprove something that offers no credible evidence to even muster a thought in modern existance in the 1st place. But this pagen 'Mystery Religion' really has my attention, just because of its similarity with our most current science theories. (Also its link to the pagen 2012 date of when we're supposed to 'transcend' and how our science is dicovering this now, so close to that date . . . eeeeeerry . . . LOL!!)

    Has anyone else noted these similarities, spotted any additionals that I missed, or can offer me anything to de-bunk my early observations on these similarities?

    Thanks for any constructive input

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    Hi and welcome.

    Which specific Mystery religion are you referring to? There have been many. Do you have any sources?

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    I have noticed these kind of 'religious concepts' during my devling into global conspiracies and what is known as 'the reptilian agenda'. All of it was incredibly interesting. What you have been describing fits with what I have read. Apparently all forms of matter are composed of different dimensions, these dimensions are vibrating at different 'frequencies', this causes certain objects to appear in our dimension and others to not.

    Some of these ideas stem from the original Sumerian religions of 'the gods who mated with the daughters of man' to create sort of 'kingship' race, or demi god race of people whom maintain this connection to the gods. Becoming kinds of sumeria, babylonia, egypt, rome, etc etc all up until today. Their religion was that of a similar sort of predication of 'energy' or higher source of power.

    All of it is pretty ambiguous though, and quite frankly ludicrous. Doesn't mean it isn't true of course, just that there is an incredible lack of scientific evidence explaining it. This is one instance I have heard of what you speak of.
    "If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe". - Carl Sagan
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