Artificial Intelligence From the Bible!
The ruling classes of many ancient civilizations had a way of using metaphors to record their sacred knowledge. To the casual reader, a sacred text might look like a collection of fables or poems, but to the initiate, the hidden meaning was immediately apparent. Symbolic encoding is known to have been practiced in the ancient Sumerian, Babylonian, Egyptian and Greek empires. It was even used by the Mayans, a new world civilization which is not known to have been culturally connected with the old. The Mayan priesthood devised ingenious tales about mythical battles to encode its sophisticated knowledge of astronomy (see the work of the late great archaeologist/anthropologist Linda Schele for more on Mayan symbology). There are good reasons to suspect that many of the well-known myths of antiquity are not myths at all, but carefully compiled records of sacred knowledge. Sir Isaac Newton (see news article) and other renown philosophers of his day, including his nemesis, Gottfried Leibniz, were convinced that almost all Greek and Roman myths were allegorical recipes for secret knowledge.
The above strongly suggests that these ancient keepers of knowledge--at least the ones we know about from history--somehow inherited their record keeping practices from an even more ancient authority. The question is: who was this ancient source?
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