An ancient civilization of gods and demigods lived on Earth before humans, and up until the time of the Flood.
There are indications, evidence, and proofs that show that History goes back much further in time than has always been believed, in a remote era in which not even human beings existed yet. But other beings did inhabit and reign on Earth. A remote era buried by the sand of the passage of time, but of which we retain some memories…
In 1991, Boston University geologist Robert Schoch detected that the Sphinx of Gizeh in Egypt had suffered water erosion several millennia before the Egyptian Civilization officially began.
For their part, researchers Robert Bauval and Graham Hancock, authors of the book “The Mystery of Orion”, by using a computer program that recreated the astronomical landscape in the past, calculated that the Gizeh complex was positioned towards the Constellation of Orion about the year 10,500 a. c.
Boston University geologist Robert Schoch (left) detected pluvial erosion at the Sphinx of Giza, which occurred several millennia before the Ancient Egyptian Kingdom. According to the astronomical calculations of the authors of “The Orion Mystery”, Robert Bauval (center), and Graham Hancock, (right), the Giza complex was positioned towards Orion around the year 10,500 BC. c.
Greek name that means “Between the rivers” and that refers to the country between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. It included different regions such as Sumer in the south, Acad in the center, and Assyria in the north. In many cities of this civilization, many ancient objects and documents have been found that bear witness to the traces of a surprising remote past.
City located 50 km northwest of Babylon, also called Akkad, Agade, Abu Habba, and Sippar, which means “city of books”, which indicates that this population was famous because of its libraries. According to the chronicles found by archaeologists, it was the capital of the eighth antediluvian monarch, Emenduranna, who reigned for 21,000 years.
The Nippur Tablets
Nippur or the city of Nimrod, 50 miles southeast of Babylon, was excavated by the University of Pennsylvania under archaeologists Peters, Haynes, and Hilprecht, between 1880 and 1900. 50,000 tablets were found that are believed to have been written during the 3rd millennium BC. C., including a library of 20,000 volumes, dictionaries and complete works on religion, literature, law and science. Archives of some very long-lived Kings were also found.
Weld’s Dynastic Prism: The Sumerian King List
More than a dozen copies of Sumerian King Lists are known, found in Babylonia, Susa, and in the Assyrian Royal Library at Nineveh, from the 7th century BC. C. It is believed that all come from an original that was probably written during the third dynasty of Ur or a little earlier. The best preserved example of the Sumerian King List is the so-called Weld-Blundell Prism.
Weld’s Prism was written in cuneiform around 2170 BC. C. by a scribe who signs as Nur-Ninsubur, at the end of the Isin dynasty. The document offers a complete list of the Kings of Sumer from the beginning, before the Deluge, until his own days, when Sin-Magir, King of Isin (1827 BC – 1817 BC) reigned, also expressly including the 10 Longevous Kings who lived before the Universal Flood.
It is an excellent prism, made of baked clay, which was found by the Well-Blundell expedition in 1922, in Larsa, home of the fourth antediluvian king, Kichunna, a few kilometers north of Ur, and which has subsequently been deposited at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. The object is believed to predate Abraham by more than a century, and was found a short distance from the home of the Hebrew patriarch.
The list begins like this: “After the Kingdom of Heaven descended, Eridu (the place where, according to the Bible, the Garden of Eden was) became the seat of the Kingdom.” The Sumerian King List, like the Bible, talks about the Flood: “After the waters covered the earth and the Royalty came down again from Heaven, the Royalty settled in Kis.” The object of the Royal List was to demonstrate precisely that the monarchy came down from Heaven, and that a certain city had been chosen to dominate over all the others.
Berossus (Berossus), the Babylonian historian and scribe of the year 300 BC. Basing his story on Marduk Temple records, copied in turn from primitive inscriptions, many of which have been discovered, he named the 10 Long-Ever Kings of Sumer, who reigned from 10,000 to 60,000 years each. they. “In the days of Xisuthro (Zinsuddu) – says Beroso – the Great Deluge occurred”.
Both the Nippur Tablets and the Weld Prism give the names and reigns as follows:
“Then (after Utnapishtim) the Flood destroyed the Earth.” These are exactly the same kings that the Babylonian historian Berossus cites.
In the chronologies of Egyptian civilization we also find the presence of some beings, known as Gods and Demigods. Orthodox historians prefer to use other names, and sometimes the “demigods” can be translated as “manes”, and the Spirits remain converted into “heroes”. A coherence is sought in an impossible logic, even if it is at the cost of desecrating the “sacred”. Some of the most significant historical documents that record the past of Egyptian civilization are, for example, the Turin Papyrus, the Palermo Stone, and the texts written by the Egyptian priest Manetho. But there is more.
The Turin Papyrus
Also known as the Turin Canon, it is not completely preserved, and it is written in hieratic language. It is deduced that originally it should contain more than 300 names of Kings, detailing with precision the years, months and days of each reign. It collects the reigns of 10 so-called Gods or Neteru and of several dynasties of demigods, such as those of the Shemsu-Hor (Companions of Horus) and the Venerables of Memphis.
The chronology of the Turin Papyrus ends like this: “The Akhu, Shemsu Hor, 13,420 years; reigns before the Shemsu Hor, 23,200 years; total: 36,620 years”.
The Palermo Stone is in the Museum of Palermo.
The Palermo Stone
Judging by the last king that appears on the list, it should belong to the reign of Pharaoh Neferirkare (2446-2426 BC), King of the V Dynasty. It is half of a huge slab of black diorite, which originally must have measured approximately 2 meters in length and 60 cm in height, and which can currently be seen in the Museum of Palermo, although in reality there are 7 fragments in total distributed by different museums around the world.
The document, in hieroglyphic writing, gives an account of 120 pre-dynastic kings who reigned before the Egyptian civilization officially existed. Once again, the names of the mysterious “Gods” and “Demigods” appear, adding to the royal Egyptian genealogies.
Manetho of Heliopolis
Manetho was an Egyptian priest from Heliopolis who lived in the 3rd century BC. C., during the reigns of Ptolemy I and II shortly after the Babylonian historian Berossus, both being almost contemporary. The chronologies detailed by Manetho fit perfectly with the Turin Papyrus and the Palermo Stone.
Manetho wrote “The History of Egypt” in 3 volumes or volumes, which actually no longer exist. But we have received fragments collected by different authors. On the one hand, the quotes from Flabius Josephus (1st century AD); and on the other, the writings of the so-called “fathers” (authors related to the Church), such as Julius Africanus (3rd century AD), Eusebius of Caesarea (4th century AD), and Sincelo, known as Jorge the Monk (9th century AD).
Eusebius of Caesarea
List of the first Kings of Egypt, according to Eusebius of Caesarea
Well, according to Eusebius, a dynasty of gods reigned in Egypt for 13,900 years: the first god was Vulcan, the god who discovered fire, then the Sun, Sosis, Saturn, Isis and Osiris, Typhon brother of Osiris, and Horus son. of Isis and Osiris.
These were followed by dynasties of hero Demigods who reigned for 11,025 years. Which makes a total of 24,925 years. From that time, approximately on the 3,000 a. C. the first human pharaoh would reign.
It seems that Menes is officially the first male Pharaoh, also identified as Narmer, but surely there were some earlier ones. In fact, it is known that other monarchs such as Pharaoh Scorpion and Pharaoh Ka reigned before Menes.
Sincelo (George the Monk)
As transmitted by Sincelo (George the Monk), Six dynasties of gods reigned for 11,985 years. Again, Hephaestus, god of fire, Helios or Sun, Agathodemon, Cronos or Saturn, Isis and Osiris and Typhon brother of Osiris. The first 9 demigods that Sincelo cites are Horus (son of Isis and Osiris), Ares, Anubis, Heracles, Apollo, Amun, Titoes, Sosus, and Zeus, covering between these 9 demigods a period of approximately 2,645 years of reign in Egypt. .
Next, dynasties of demigods, spirits, or heroes continue to succeed each other, covering among all of them thousands of years of reign in Egypt, in figures similar to those established by Eusebius. And all this, before the first pharaoh began to reign in Egypt according to official history.
The first Legendary Dynasty of Egypt, according to Sincelo:
There are slight differences between the chronologies of Eusebius and Sincelo, but both are basically very similar in line and in essential concept. For example, Sincelo lists Horus as the first of the Demigods, while Eusebius names him as the last of the gods. And it must also be taken into account that both authors, Eusebius of Caesarea in the 4th century, and Sincelo in the 9th century, as well as all the others, always contextualize the names of the Kings according to their own times, cultures, languages, and places of origin.
Everyone has conceived, for example, Isis and Osiris as solely mythological characters. However, the historian Sincelo, to quote any one of them, based on Manetho’s information, attests to the existence of this marriage of gods, and establishes that they reigned for 433 years.
If all these kings had been invented figures, the length of their reigns would probably not have been recorded in such exact figures, but would simply have been presented as indefinite periods of time. It is striking, then, why there was so much precision in the calculations of the duration of the reigns, as if they had been completely real events.
Giants and Hybrids
Regarding the physical appearance of the beings referred to in the ancient chronologies, according to the writings, it is known that the Demigods, heroes, etc., descendants of the gods, were physically much taller, bulkier and stronger than human beings. That is why they were also often called “Giants”. In this regard, a multitude of mummies and skeletons of individuals have been found, scattered throughout the Earth, who lived in antiquity, who exceeded 2 meters and even 3 meters in height. They generally used to have blonde hair and light eyes. For example, through the various sources Manetho speaks of Monarch Sesocris , who is said to have a height of 5 cubits and 3 spans (about 3 meters).
1.- Female statue of a goddess with the head of a reptile, from Ur.
2.- Demon god with the head of a goat or ram from the Valley of the Kings. Egypt. (British museum).
3.- A winged god with the head of an eagle from the Temple of Ninurta.
Beings transformed as hybrids, half animal half human, images constantly represented in ancient times, considered today as mythology. But a mythology that however for the ancients was a very real religion. The gods, real beings who were fallen angels or demons, those who rebelled in Heaven, and who, according to the Bible, descended to inhabit the Earth, could materialize and dematerialize at will, and take on any physical appearance, for example, a hybrid of animal with human….
* For his part, Julio Africano again refers to the gods, demigods, heroes and “spirits”. He details that after the Deluge, the first Egyptian royal house had 8 kings, the first of which was Menes of Tis, who reigned for 62 years. He was run over by a hippopotamus (Eusebius points out that he was a god in the form of a hippopotamus) and perished.
* Other ancient writings include fragments from Manetho , such as the Latin selections by Bárbaro, an author who is believed to have depended on Julio Africanus, and who could be identified with the Monk Aniano. He presents the usual small chronological differences, but equally elaborates on developing long genealogies of divine and semi-divine dynasties.
And another fragment of the Egyptian priest of Heliopolis is collected in the Chronicle of Malalas, around 500 AD. C., in which it is explained that “the first King of Egypt belonged to the tribe of Cam, the son of Noah, also called Naracó, but before him, there were other ancient kingdoms of Egypt, already pointed out by the most wise Manetho” .
* We can not forget either the important testimony of Diodorus of Sicily , a famous Greek historian from the 1st century BC . C., who used 30 years to write a Universal History, for which he visited all the places and monuments that he mentioned. In Egypt he was enlightened by the Egyptian priests and scholars of that time, and he did not hesitate to write that the first monarchs of the Nile country had reigned for 23,000 years. Once again, gods and demigods appeared in the chronology of Egypt, at a time when human beings had not yet reigned.
* There are many other extraordinary testimonies of extraterrestrial beings on Earth, such as the figures painted in Tassili, reproducing what appear to be beings and ships from outside the Earth, kidnapping women, and in other attitudes.
But in addition to these valuable writings, there are other sources, such as those collected in his book “In Search of the Golden Age” by the researcher Javier Sierra , by the hand of Robert Bauval :
“Robert Bauval referred me to other Egyptian documents much older than Manetho’s writings, to help me focus on the problem. These documents are the already famous Pyramid Texts, found in monuments of this type from the V and VI Dynasties, or in the lesser-known Construction Texts*, carved along the walls of the temples of Edfu and Dendera. In them, according to Bauval, is contained the key piece to understand who were the true founders of Egypt”.
[* Construction Texts: The Construction Texts are engraved in the Temple of Edfu. In these there is talk of some builders known by the name of the Seven Wise Men, coming from an island devastated by the waters. These sages founded a secret brotherhood (Shemsu-Hor), with the aim of preserving, generation after generation, some of the most relevant mathematical and astronomical knowledge].
Finally, we also have The Bible or Holy Scriptures as a historical document that also speaks of some gods who came down to Earth and their giant descendants, also called “renowned heroes.” The Bible also relates about a primitive longevity, especially in the antediluvian era. In his first book, Genesis, it is revealed, for example, that Noah lived 950 years. Enos lived 905 years. Cainan lived 910 years. Mahalaleel lived 895 years, and so on and so on.
Years turned into Months?
Some orthodox authors have tried to explain why Egyptian historians and the documents found spoke of such long-lived ancient kings and of the existence of beings considered gods and demigods. According to this vision, the years would actually be months, and everything related to the gods should be considered as simple mythology. That would be the only way in which the enigma of the “Impossible Chronologies” could be explained. But this type of calculation by months does not add up, because then several questions would arise:
1.- If all the historians and ancient documents, (stones, stelae, papyri, etc…) from the first official dynasty of Menes, and continuing with the dynasties of the Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom, always count the years as years and never as months, why is it necessary to consider that the years become months from Menes backwards in time?
2.- Given the mastery of the sciences and the advanced celestial and astronomical knowledge (astronomy and astrology were the same in antiquity) that the Egyptians had, how could they confuse, or interpret, an annual celestial cycle with all its characteristics, seasons of the year, passage of the constellations, solstices, etc…, with a monthly cycle?
For any astrologer and astronomer today, that explanation would be absolutely spectacular nonsense. It is completely impossible for us to imagine that the scholars of Egypt could make such a mistake, on the contrary, accusing of such a proceeding amounts to little less than an insult to the knowledge of the inhabitants of the banks of the Nile River. The conclusion is obvious. , is that an annual astronomical cycle for the Egyptians was always 1 calendar year and never 1 month.
The same computation of time was used to measure the reigns of the human pharaohs and that of the God Kings. Precisely the movement and life of the celestial vault constituted for the Egyptians the basis of their religion, to which they entrusted their souls, and respecting these chronological and celestial cycles was something absolutely sacred and essential.
3.- The official History and Science have tried to interpret the years as months because the accounts do not add up. They have invented a time computation tailored to our needs, to that of human beings today. But Egyptian or Babylonian chronological accounting went another way. We have already seen, for example when we have cited the Papyrus of Turin, that the reigns of Kings were meticulously measured in years, months and even days. So then there is no justification for being able to interpret or confuse the years with the months, nor the months with the days.
Who were the Akhu?
Some of the families of Demigods that reigned in Egypt are called “Akhu” or Spirits. Akhu derives from the root Akh, which means light, brilliance, or shine. It can be translated as transformed spirit, luminous spirit, being developed or evolved, being transfigured, being supernatural, etc… The Akhu had the quality that he could give his being any shape he wanted. A being or spirit was transfigured to intervene in the physical world of Earth.
The Akhu was represented as “a bird”, but before people it appeared as if it were a ghost. They were beings that could intervene both in the physical plane and in the invisible plane.
Impossible timelines around the world
But it was not only the Egyptians or Babylonians, but also the Persians, Hindus, Greeks, etc…, all the ancient peoples had traditions of the great longevity of the first inhabitants of the Earth. Did all the records of the world speak of gods for no reason, and had the same errors in the computation of time, referring to such long-lived kings? Where could such traditions come from but from the very fact that these gods really existed, and that the inhabitants of that remote antediluvian age certainly lived a very long time?
Is everything presented here simply the mythological fabrication of the ancients? Of course not. Because if, on the contrary, we choose to accept the current official science version, then we do have to prepare ourselves to find a much more fanciful and manipulated explanation, as well as contradictory.