The south-eastern region of the United States of America was once submerged underwater. And just observing the weather trends for the past decade, the onslaught of tropical storms occurring might eventually help submerge it once again.
The Mediterranean Sea, now much less conducive to habitation, was once a flourishing place.
Even Egypt is said to not have always been a barren desert.
The Earth recycles itself over and over. Studying how it does so, and by predicting the “where” and the “when,” we are able to pinpoint true paradises that offer the highest state of living.
Ancient knowledge has hinted that in our current time, we should look to harbor ourselves near the tropics of Capricorn and Cancer. Living near the equator is a must.
Next, oceans or seas must be nearby. It’s estimated that 70% of the world’s oxygen supply comes from marine life in the ocean. In addition, sea salt (iodine) is, perhaps, the most important mineral to all life, including land dwellers. Such environments provide the highest quality oxygen, and the highest quality electrical conductivity to enhance our state of consciousness and health.
Of course, in most tropical environments, fruits, plant-life, and animal life and diversity are abundant. The added bonus is an uninterrupted flow of bliss without cold winter seasons.
Finally, the quality of the land preservation, its biodiversity, its uniqueness, and its history also played a deciding role.
The fact is that these magnificent places exist, and only spring up for limited eras of time. A core prophecy of the Bible is that Yahweh has been preparing a “promised land” for his/her chosen people that had to suffer hundreds of years of trials and struggles in the Egyptian desert under oppressive rule. While I make no claims to understand the true nature of this so-called promised land, it seems to be plausible that it would approach the concept of paradise in a manner similar to the above.
Below are my top 5 picks after a year of investigation, plus several honorable mentions.
- Papua New Guinea
- Sri Lanka
- Costa Rica
- African Congo
- Trinidad and Tobago
Possible Former Paradises
- “Agartha,” A.K.A. “Shambhala.”