In his room: 14 manuscripts, walls covered in encrypted handwriting, alchemical symbols, alien connections and a statue of a 16th century philosopher burned at the stake for claiming the universe is infinite.
Now this is something you don’t see everyday.
Bruno Borges, the son of local entrepreneur Athos Borges has recently disappeared from his family home in the Brazilian province of Acres.
According to his parents, the young man was outstandingly smart and had always manifested a strong interest in what some might call ‘forbidden knowledge.’
Prior to his disappearance on March 27, Bruno had kept his room locked for a month. During this period, he covered numerous pages in cryptic handwriting and then covered the walls, floor, ceiling and furniture in his room with said pages.
“He is enlightened,” Bruno’s mother told local press. “In school, he was always differentiated, a born leader, with a high power of persuasion. He is such a good-hearted boy, who gave things from home and from others, like T-shirts and pants. It’s not because he’s my son, I’m talking about the loving Bruno, who sees the soul of people.”
Unbeknownst to his family, the man had also ordered a $2,500 statue of Giordano Bruno, 16th century Italian philosopher and cosmological theorist who was tried for heresy by the Inquisition for claiming stars were actually other suns that had exoplanets revolving around them and that the universe was infinite and without a center.
Bruno Borges admired Giordano Bruno for being an enlightened futurist who was willing to die for what he knew was true.
Inside Bruno’s room there is evidence not only of esoteric knowledge typically out of the reach of average Joes but also an alien connection. See for yourself:
In a short period of time, his case has attracted the interest of local media and a small part of one of his manuscripts has already been translated into Portuguese. [Portuguese to English via Google Translate]
“For thousands of years the Human Being has been trying to find answers to such questions as “what is the meaning of life”? The philosophy that is all indicates, seems to have been initiated with Tales of Miletus in the middle of 700 B.C. It aims to find vestiges of questions without answers.
Deep search for absolute truth comes from philosophy, and when we speak of respect for easy or difficult paths we are referring to this type of theorem. It is easy to accept what you have been taught since childhood and what is wrong. It is difficult when you are an adult to understand that you have been taught wrongly since you suspected that you were correct.
In other words, if you fit into some one whose stimuli from the environment determined a certain behavior to you, making you the store of beliefs already provided and well established in dogmas and rituals, with a concentrated mass of people in it; Or allowing you to conform, accepting the concept of happiness and meaning of life embedded in the media and society, then clearly you are part of the easy path to the quest for absolute truth. Does it fit into the second option, that is, the one who suspected every set of beliefs that was rooted in him, then he has everything to be a truthful investigator in the things around him, entering a more complicated path, in which a minority Ventures or faces bravely … “
This mystery grows. By his own admission, Bruno had stumbled upon something that reflected the true meaning of life and he was determined to follow it. In his own words, he embarked on a “complicated path” in search of the truth.
If he returns, he’ll probably have one hell of a story to tell.