Mindlessly dwelling in an era when it was unclear that our actions and decisions would have an impact beyond the scope of our existence for years, decades, centuries and even generations to come. The second congregation of a nomadic pack contrived from brave members of different tribes spread throughout the terrestrial plain, that migrated to the middle of the ocean, ultimately forming a hub of common differences.
Their common physical and mental obstacles: imaginary national geographic positions, language barriers, and environmental considerations – were the concrete laid atop of the alluvial plains, cementing a bond that would later be the composition for the foundation, of the beginnings of a path yet discovered by Freemont.
After 10 years in the wilderness, a single migrant departed from his caravan to diverge into this unique island oasis of earth, granite, clay and schist to partake in the extraction resources from a newly discovered oil field – the modern day gold rush that has the potential to maintain.
Advanced architecture skillfully crafted from the most elegant materials: lumber, wool, silk, and minerals was an indication that these inhabitants had gained knowledge from the civilizations predating them. Roman marble and high ceilings, Greek sculptures and tapestries, African mahogany and precious crystals, Asian silk, lotus flowers and spices.
Evidence suggests that early humans lived in nomadic packs, working together, hunting prey, gathering vegetation, occupying the same habitation.
Primitive tools fashioned from stone, wood and metal assisted in the evolution from an agrarian to agricultural society. The release of servitude and constraint from the land, ushered in by a surplus of food induced a manifestation of an industry of artisans. The requirement of substance farming for self sustaining survival became obsolete, the new focus was creation.
Bred domestication, the deliberate alternation of the core structure of the pineal gland’s fight or flight instinct, permitted a herd mentality that enslaved mammals to subconsciously till the soil, and cultivate the land for their masters, awaiting the dream in which a savior would arrive and create them equal.
Expansion of the population equated to dense living conditions which compromised natural water supplies. The advent of wales, aqueducts and irrigation prolonged the inevitable – preservation through distillation.
With the table set for progression, harnessing the elements of earth, wind, water and fire – proved to be a perfect blend of elements that would continue to attract foreign nomads to invest in future meals.
Contrary to what historians collectively believe, there was existence of humans prior to recorded history which is evident in the carbon dated ancient pictorials.
The next era … The Untold Asian Renaissance
– King Block Dean (El.Sin.Say) –
2nd annual Hong Kong International Bar and Whisky Show – Tiffany’s New York Bar / Intercontinental Grand Stanford Hotel (May, 2017)