What is it so special about Syria? History books tell us that when Alexander of Macedonia (aka Alexander the Great) entered Syria in 333 BC, he camped on the Syrian border of Antioch, drank the water of a nearby spring, and said: “The water of this spring reminds me of my mother’s milk. Syria is my second home.” French cuneiform scientist Charles Verlo studied the deciphering of Ugarit numbers found in the archaeological sites in Syria after which he is said to have uttered a phrase that Syrians continue to boast of: “Every human being has two homelands. His motherland and Syria.” These are just two examples of quotes that have been passed down through generations of Syrians that prove they belong to an old civilization that has contributed a lot to the world heritage. But what do facts on the ground tell us?
In fact, one can find heaps of archaeological, anthropological, and geological studies on the Greater Syria region that yield piles of research material. The oldest scripts recovered by archaeologists in the region to date were written in the Ugarit alphabet, a cuneiform writing system used on the Syrian coast from the 15th to the 13th century B.C. and is believed to have been invented independently of any other cuneiform writing system. Recent discoveries showed that more scripts were written in other Syrian languages using the ancient Esperanto alphabet.
It is known that every archaeologist builds his/her vision of pre-recorded history in the light of their own cognitive perceptions. Consequently, most of them fail to consider the factors that exist beyond the geo-cosmic phenomena related to interactive time-space conceptions. Therefore, most of their achievements lack the enlightenment and the spiritual mentality of humans over diversifiable history, especially the Ancient Syrian Civilization.
Our species, Homo sapiens, arose about 300,000 years ago and gradually discovered areas of concentrated life force energy that we now refer to as stargates. Some stargates are the result of cosmic energy waves passing through underground water streams that cross each other thus generating a geodynamic vortex that flows up increasing the intensity of the life force energy where it emanates from the Earth’s crust. They were able to distinguish the ability of those energy forces to heal, maintain the health of the body, and stimulate thinking and relaxation.
These enlightened ancestors preceded us in discovering the types of life energy contained in stargate locations thousands of years before the era of scientific conquests. Consequently, they applied these life force energies under ideal conditions. This knowledge then led to the emergence of pioneering civilizations, the first of which was the Syrian civilization. At the same time, they proved with their innovative achievements that the frequent spread of stargates in the area led to early and increased mental maturity compared to the inhabitants of other places.
Twenty-three centuries later, a French scientist discovered the ruins of the Kingdom of Ugarit not far from the Macedonian horse stables, specifically in an archaeological site of Ras Shamra, an artificial hill near the coastal city of Latakia. Between 1929 and 1988, the French found 3,557 pieces of clay pottery, the most famous of which documents the oldest and most complete alphabet known in history, the Ugarit alphabet dating back to the 14th century B.C.
This is not the whole story. It is just a starting point. A series of articles will follow this one to spotlight aspects of the Ancient Syrian Civilization for those interested in knowing more.