The development of our ancestors through ancient times can be summarized as follows: Australopithecus Afarensis; Skilled man; Standing Man; Neanderthal Wise Man and Homo Sapiens.
Now, if we link this piece of information with the theory of the Collective Mind that causes the occurrence of the Herd Phenomenon according to Ibn Rushd and René Descartes, as well as linking it to the Collective Unconscious theory according to Carl Jung, we can evaluate the cognitive levels of human societies.
Jung considers that there are archetypes in a world that transcend the chronology of human life, and develop on a wide time scale, because they exist and operate in deeper layers of the subconscious, especially in the evolutionary layer, the Collective Subconscious.
It is all about the mind of our unknown ancestors, their way of thinking, feeling, and experiencing life, the world, gods, and human beings. It is assumed that the existence of these ancient layers is the source of human belief in reincarnation and memories of “past spiritual experiences.” The human body is a museum, so to speak, due to its evolutionary history, and the same applies to the psyche.
Anthropologists look at this area as the cradle of the first civilization in the world, which spread and interacted later with many peoples of different races and languagesDr. George Tuma
Based on this, we can consider every Syrian as the son of all his/her ancestors, because he/she has stored in his/her collective conscious, as well as in the collective unconscious, all that the mechanism of evolution has gained in its five stages of steadily ascending levels of knowledge, culture, and experience that produced the first human civilization in the Fertile Crescent region where various natural and topographical features meet, such as desert, mountains, swamps, fertile plains, seas, and rivers.
Every Syrian in the Fertile Crescent region (and wherever he/she is now) stores in his subconscious all the religions of his/her ancestors since the Stone AgeDr. George Tuma
Anthropologists look at this area as the cradle of the first civilization in the world, which spread and interacted later with many peoples of different races and languages. For this reason, the goal of all these peoples was to seize this fertile, civilized region. To this day, we are still living in this state of direct robbery, with an attempt to abort our civilized renaissance in order to belittle our regional and global effectiveness.
Every Syrian in the Fertile Crescent region (and wherever he/she is now) stores in his subconscious all the religions of his/her ancestors since the Stone Age, and all the gods and beliefs that resulted from it, the latest of which were the monotheistic religions.
the Syrian being is a fabric that is culturally interwoven with human thought since ancient timesDr. George Tuma
Many religious movements in the Middle Ages confirmed the consolidation of the concept of spirituality among the Syrians in the Fertile Crescent, which led to the unification of the gods in distinct forms in monotheism and gave rise to other religious and spiritual forms. It is a philosophical movement of late origin and is not part of an existing sect, church, or religious body, therefore it can be called Eastern Gnosticism.
In conclusion, the Syrian being is a fabric that is culturally interwoven with human thought since ancient times. This blend of spiritual experiences is unique indeed.