Make no mistake.
The Gods want us to know them.
They want us to understand the mysteries of the universe. They want us to learn how to use what we know to make our lives better.
They want us to learn how plants grow and how weather works. How our own body works, so we can heal ourselves. They want us to learn about the rocks that sleep and toss and turn beneath our feet. They want us to learn about how we interact with each other. They want us to explore our feelings and thoughts.
They want us to explore their anatomy, and understand how they operate. They invite us and push us to see more of their workings every day. They want us to know what they know.
And, sure enough, as each day passes, we learn more, and we see more.
But the more we know, the more we realize that we really don’t know anything.
So is it futile to learn more about the universe?
I don’t think so. The Gods want us to understand them.
— A Mad Light, December 2011