Γνώθι σαυτόν (Know Thyself)

This is the philosophical motto inscribed at the entrance to the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, in Hellas (Greece).

I believe that this tenet is much older than what we have been told via mainstream ‘historians’. This is because the Hellenes had access to universal knowledge since the dawn of time.

Delphi was also known as the Center of the World in antiquity: the Hellenic word ὀμφᾰλός (omphalós) means “navel“, a word that is synonymous with center, or midpoint. An omphalos was also a powerful, religious stone artefact/symbol since it aided communication with the Gods. The Omphalos of Delphi – a marble stone – was believed to be originally located at the adyton (the sacred part of the temple near the Oracle). 

To gain the knowledge required to Know Thyself

You must place yourself at the location

That allows for direct communication

With the Architects of Creation (the Gods)

Helen