Controversial theories of human origins,
mixed with a measure of coincidence,
and sprinkled with prose and fantasy.
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I am Anu. When I was born, my father had a dream in which the ancient Archons instructed him in the ways of the universe. My father was shown an insect web that started as one strand and expanded into billions. Then after a time, the billions contracted back into a single strand. Then my father looked to see a child clinging to the end of the web. My father believed that I was the child in his dream and that I was destined to bear all the knowledge of my people the Annunaki to those who came after. He decided that I should be named Anu, which means the knowledge of Anuk, our home star system. My father had thus chosen my purpose as the keeper of the collected knowledge of the Annunaki. When I was young, My father repeated his story to me once every year on the day of the summer solstice of your planet.
Long ago, when the Annunaki race was young, parents would choose the destiny of their children. This was the old tradition. Then over the years, we discovered that many choices were badly made out of pride or greed; preventing their children from realizing the full potential of joy that would come from making their own choice. This is why the caste system was invented to allow the young to choose their destiny within a framework of Annunaki tradition. All knowledge was taught during the first millenium of life. When the time came to choose, it became a question for the youth rather than the parents.
Continue reading: Gift of the Archons
“Behold, they are one people, and they have all one language; and this is only the beginning of what they will do; and nothing that they propose to do will now be impossible for them“
–Jahveh (Yahweh) as quoted in Genesis.
The dust soared upward as the ship settled on the valley floor. The occupants waited, knowing that to leave too quickly would kill them. Better to let the mercury fumes dissipate. Marduk hated having to use this rickety old ship, but was also grateful to have it. The Sargon was one of the few surviving craft left after the deluge caused by the destruction of Aleph. This old Seraphim freighter had been one of the first cargo vessels designed to shuttle gold ore between the planets. Now with technology scarce and no infrastructure left to build new ships, he would have to be content to fly in this old decaying Vimana. He looked over at his crew, an exausted group of Igigi and discontented young Nephilim who had come from survival shelters all over the planet. The rest had chosen to remain mired in technological poverty, scattered across the continents, rather than to dare oppose Lord Enlil, who was now in posession of the Raft of Heaven and most decidedly to blame for this current state of affairs. After all, had he not been a supporter of the Sons of Darkness?
Continue reading: Architect of Babylon — Part 1
Turns out we can learn a lot from Frozen Fritz. Also called Oetzi, the iceman recovered from the Austrian alps in 1991 and has been carbon dated to 3300 b.c.e. Turns out he lived at the time of the Copper age in Europe. It is entirely possible that he is a representative of the Ozieri culture that later developed huge megalithic walls for defense against the very agressive Nuragic culture that began to take over the area in about 1600 b.c.e. His body was found 92.56 meters inside Italian territory (46°46’44?N 10°50’23?E? / ?46.77889, 10.83972).
The Ozieri carved underground structures out of the solid rock called in their legends “domus de janas” or Houses of the Fairies. These are considered graves but have long ago been looted, so there is no real evidence left of them being used otherwise. They lived as farmers and artisans, producing fine pottery, metal implements, obsidian, huge dolmen and megalithic circles such as that found in Stonehenge and Avebury. They had trade with areas all over the Mediterranean region.
They had a simple religion based on gods I recognize from other cultures all around the world: the Horned Bull and the Mother Godess.
What do we learn from him?
Continue reading: Lessons of the Tyrolean Iceman
Congress is going to bail out the rascals at taxpayer’s expense. The amount may change, but the intent is obvious. After years of using our savings to leverage their profits, the gravy train has gone off the rails and they want us all to pay for the resulting dead horse. Why not declare amnesty on ALL debt? Turns out the result would be no worse if they did. Of course, it would turn out much better if they didn’t. The market must be free to fail or it is destined to be unsupportable. I found a really eye-opening paper on this very subject and would like to share it with you at the jump.
Apparently, the gods had a good grasp of finance. In old Assyrian and Babylonian tradition, every fifty years all debts were forgiven. This included monetary as well as social debts such as servitude and slavery. Later, the Hebrews extended this to every seven years, but limited the kinds of debts that would be forgiven. The principle was that the concept of usury was inherently flawed and could not be eliminated without seriously crimping trade. The Jubilee was intended to periodically reset the relationship between the rich and poor so that the rich wouldn’t become so powerful and the poor wouldn’t become so hopeless. The concept worked well for thousands of years. Only within the last few centuries has debt become an absolute.
Continue reading: Finance Bailout is a Sham
The things that Jesus taught were absolutely and unqualifiably good things for the human race to learn. However, since the time of Jesus, his message has been distorted because in the eyes of history, he didn’t teach what he was “supposed” to teach.
Later, those in power or hoping to be in power (such as Saul-Paul) used his message for their own ends and this is how we now have dozens of “Christian” religions and one very corrupted Christian religion in power over Europe. Jesus predicted that. Constantine may not have converted to Christianity on his deathbed, but he sure used it for his political ends. The popes ever since have been figureheads of the Roman Empire that never fell completely; the empire just “got” religion.
Continue reading: The Framing of Jesus of Nazareth
After seeing the new Indiana Jones movie The Crystal Skull, I am more excited than ever about the acceptance of the Ancient Astronaut theory. People are coming out of the woodwork to find out what I believe. The Vatican observatory has announced that ETs could be out there and it’s OK to believe in them. Old friends are calling me to tell me that they saw the movie and thought of me and my weird theories. Well, they aren’t mine, but I can tell you whose they are:AA_Theory | 1 Comment
The Valley of Fire derives its name from red sandstone formations, which were formed from sand dunes during the Jurassic period. Prehistoric users of the Valley of Fire were the Anasazi who were farmers from the nearby fertile Moapa Valley. The timespan of approximate occupation has been dated from 300 B.C. to 1150 A.D. Their visits probably involved hunting, food gathering, and religious ceremonies, although scarcity of water would have limited the length of their stay. Fine examples of rock art left by these ancient peoples can be found at several sites within the park. The most numerous being along Petroglyph Trail, leading to Mouse Tank.Iconography | 1 Comment
The Temple of Hathor at Dendera, on the Nile north of Luxor, is one of the latest Egyptian temples. Dedicated to the wife of the god Horus, it was built in Roman times and depictions show Roman emperors alongside Egyptian gods. Along with Abydos, which is further north, Dendera is a day trip from Luxor. The village of Dendera is situated 60km north of Luxor on the west bank of the Nile, opposite the provincial town of Qena, where the Nile Valley road branches off to the Red Sea town of Hurghada. It’s ancient name was Lunet and it was also known as Tentyris during classical times.
This temple may depict the usage of electricity, magnetism, and the principles of the modern light bulb.
Continue reading: Electricity in the Ancient World?
Is it possible that our definition of God has changed over the last 10,000 years?
Could it be that the original meaning of the word God was “a master more powerful/intelligient than anyone else we have encountered”? or even “the strong guy that wields lightning and orders us around a lot”? and that through centuries of encounters with god and storytelling about these experiences we have embellished to the point of deification? It would explain a lot…
Continue reading: Of Gods and Mortals
In 1929, scholars working in the archives of the Ottoman Empire in Turkey’s Topkapi Palace Museum made an exciting discovery: a section of an early 16th-century Ottoman map based in part, apparently, on the original chart drawn or used by Christopher Columbus and showing his historic discoveries in the New World. The map, signed by an Ottoman captain named Piri Reis, was dated 1513, just 21 years after Columbus discovered America.
A Turkish friend of mine was kind enough to locate and obtain an official Turkish Navy copy of the Piri Reis map as it is displayed in the museum in Istanbul…with one key difference. The Arabic comments in the margins have been replaced by English translated comments.
Continue reading: The Piri Reis Map
“To consider Earth the only populated world in infinite space is as absurd as to assert that in an entire field sown with seed, only one grain will grow“
–the Greek scholar Metodorus in the 4th Century BCE.
Enki awoke in the middle of a dream. The details slipped away as he started to realize that the early warning had been sounded, which meant that the Archon was nearing the braking point in it’s trajectory. “The long journey is nearly over” thought Enki, clearing sleep from his head. “Soon, I will stand on the soil of our new home”.
Continue reading: Landfall
“The gods are up there I tell you, living on the mountaintop.”
“Some are cruel. They use men as slaves and throw them away, sometimes broken and lame, when the task is finished. Others are sad and ashamed that we are created by them in their own image. They try to heal their sadness by teaching us useless things and then hold us up with pride when we learn, as if they had remade us. Then they send us back to our village where we are left to feed and shelter ourselves again without their help.”
Continue reading: Human Nature
“Politics is more difficult than physics“
“Too many defects.” Anubis exclaimed with a wave of his hand that sent the faulty circuit crystal flying off into a nearby junkpile of similar failures. “Without quality parts, I will be fortunate to send a feather to the other gate.” he said in a mumbling, exhausted whisper.
“Many apologies master, I will instruct the igigi to calibrate the magnetic fields before we repeat the process.”
Anubis waved his apprentice Neti off, and again looked over his calculations. The loculus transmitter required an extremely low margin of frequency error to successfully open a quantum tether between gates. Without this tether, instantaneous communication was impossible and further, without communication, the molecule entanglement would also fail.
Continue reading: Dream of Anubis
Now that they claim that the human genome project is completed, it may take a while for the “smoke to clear”, or as some conspiracy theorists may suggest, “for the evidence to be hidden”.
It seems that there are some few genes in our code that don’t appear in anything else on the planet. Some are present in bacteria. One report says 223, the other says 40. Either way, if those genes did not evolve on earth, how did they get in us? The implications are that evolution is only partly responsible for our apparent intelligience and domination of this little rock. One of the solutions presented are that we may have been changed by bacterial infection. Another is that this proof that has been anticipated by Intelligient Designers that “God” created us by modifying our genes.
Continue reading: Is DNA really a recent discovery?