By Dennis Lowery
Our world holds so many hidden things--real and tangible yet unknown. Who knows what's out there for us to discover!
Geomagnetic imaging reveals an ancient city beneath a flat, featureless plain in Syria...before a single shovel or trowel dug into the earth! Al Rawda was occupied around 4000 years ago, and lies east of Hama, Syria.
I find our world's past fascinating and there is so much that we still don't know -- and many things we thought we did know only to find out the "conventional" thinking was misinterpreted, flat out wrong and in some instances fabricated to meet someone's agenda.
Truth is truth... and we'll discover more as time goes by. Here's a bit from one of my favorite songs (from the group, Traffic):
Take a walk down by the river. There's a lot that you can learn
If you listen to... if you listen to the water. You will hear the sound.
You will hear the sound.
There's a million different voices. There is happiness and strife.
Messages waiting. They are waiting there.
Like hidden treasure.
There's a lot our world can teach us. We must look, listen and learn. (The premise of two of my fiction works and series in development touches on important things unknown now, to the world at large, but that will be revealed in time.)