In the Krita (Satya or Golden) age, Dharma is four-footed and entire, and so is Truth; nor does any gain accrue to men by unrighteousness. In the other three ages, by reason of unjust gains (agama), Dharma is deprived successively of one foot, and through the prevalence of theft, falsehood, and fraud, the merit gained by men is diminished by one fourth in each. Men are free from disease, accomplish all their aims, and live four hundred years in the Krita age, but in the Treta and each of the succeeding ages, their life is lessened by one-quarter.” – Laws of Manu
The electric universe gives eternal to all.
Yes, I agree with that, too. It’s taken me a long time to understand; but I think it is true. It’s the only thing that makes sense in the long run.
The ancients were being truthful; there really was a Golden Age; but it required a rejuvenated earth first in order to accommodate a “rejuvenated humanity”. There would have to be an earth that would allow all life to benefit from the effects of “universal magnetism” and the “five electricities.”
What follows below was presented previously in this thread.
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpB ... t=15#p4277
Walter Cruttenden, in his book “Lost Star of Myth and Time” (pages 71-75), discusses the ideas presented by Sri Yukteswar in “Holy Science.”
The ancient Hindu sages tell us that each of the four Ages of Yugas has a correspondence to one of the four powers of “Maya”, a Sanskrit word meaning “the darkness of Illusion that hides from man his Divine nature.” These powers, from the grossest to the most subtle are listed as 1) atomic form; 2) space; 3) time and 4) vibration. Each ascending Age brings to mankind an opportunity to control and understand one of these universal powers. In declining ages, he gradually loses this knowledge and control.
In the Iron Age man thinks of himself primarily as a material being.
In the Bronze Age, man understands that all matter is an expression of energy, vibratory force, and electrical attributes. We understand the “five electricities” and we know that “Space” itself no longer separates object from object.
Time & Vibration
The Silver Age is the “mental age.” People realize that they are composed mostly of ideas. We understand the “attributes” of universal magnetism, the source of the positive, negative, and neutralizing electricities, and the two poles of creative attraction and repulsion
Humans as gods
During the Golden Age people know that they are spiritual beings composed of ideas and energy in a physical body. People have complete mastery over time and space and understand the source of universal magnetism which is the very structure and “texture” of the physical universe. They grasp the mystery of vibration, known as Aum in Eastern religion. There is no need of outward images, rites and rituals to help people maintain their link to Divinity.
During the Golden Age humans would use their minds to alter matter. They would have no need to use the labor intensive technologies that we see today.
Physically they would be very different from us. Probably we would define them as giants. They would inherit electromagnetic receptors on various body parts. Such receptors do not exist today with few exceptions. Presently we see such EM “vestiges” with dowsers, for instance, who have more EM receptors in the soles of their feet than do "normal" people.
Humans would have fully developed “psychic” powers. They would communicate telepathically with each other and with animals. Gravity would be much less than what it is today so people would be able to levitate as well.
They really would have very extended life spans; they would not suffer from disease and aging as we know it; they would fall asleep and "die." There are even some Vedic sources that say people could become immortal if they willed it.
This first age is 1,728,000 human years. It is also known as the Golden Age or age of Truth. The qualities of this age are: virtue reigns supreme; human stature is 21 cubits; lifespan is a lakh of years, and death occurs only when willed.
Could these ancients have been the “giants” or the Annukai mentioned in the Bible? In other words, they were never “aliens” as we would describe them; but human survivors from the Golden Age who tried to pass on their knowledge to a “fallen” humankind after “the Flood.”
According to the great French alchemist Fulcanelli, “Living a contemplative existence, in harmony with a fertile, rejuvenated earth; our blessed ancestors were unacquainted with desire, pain or suffering.”
There is a profound simplicity to life, with none of the friction caused by the duality and strife of the lower ages. Walter Cruttenden - "Lost Star in Myth and Time" - Pg 75