Why can man not see? He was given life as a gift, a gift which was likely earned, or must be earned; yet he still places himself above. In all our tales, which creature places itself above in this way? The dragon. Was man gifted life freely by a dragon, did he earn it from the dragon; or must he pay back the gift?
Which unknown scale holds the answers?
Perhaps through the eye of Draco we can find the answers. Some connection from the giant pyramid in Egypt which points directly at it. Would you find it more likely that a culture build a monument specifically to point at something which could only ever be spiritual conjecture, or that the true meaning is that it points to the origin of the notion of it's existence? How could this be possible? Well, man plants the flag after he has climbed the mountain, not before. All that belief requires to gain strength is the notion of interstellar travel becoming plausible, then every piece fits perfectly. Precursor civilization teaches the mastery of architecture and leaves the permanent guidepost for the tracing of the lineage which created human beings from the species native to this planet in archaic times by imbuing the creation with the sacred geometry most strongly realized through our pineal gland, which connects to all the larger sacred geometries, the most glaringly obvious examples of which are the ancient sites.