Predating holds

Posted by / 17-Sep-2019 16:28

Many would be shocked to discover the great Deluge hero Noah was actually a Sumerian King.In the Epic of Gilgamesh, one of the longest known stories involving the King of a Sumerian city called Uruk, Noah is visited by a King and told of the coming cataclysm, the great flood.The trial was conducted by Enlil’s half-sister, Ninmah, and his half-brother Enki, in an African laboratory.The historical records appeal to even the most scrutinizing scientist who readily recognized the threshold of knowledge required to discuss a topic such as genetic engineering in a document almost 5000 years old which provides a more detailed account of the creation of man, one that makes sense technically and historically versus the précis version provide by the Bible, although in many cases complementary.Similarly, his brother Enki and his children Nannar and Innana also had temples in prominent cultural and trade portals within the region.More importantly, Enlil was not acting alone, but rather in consort with others referred to as the Anunnaki.The Egyptian goddess Ishtar was really the Sumerian deity Inanna, who according to Sumerian text was a high ranking member of the Anunnaki.The Greek historian Herodotus lived in the 5th century BCE and hailed from Ionia; he delineated the Egyptian civilization into three dynasties and the model is still used by Egyptologists today.

Enlil and his various relatives were venerated as gods in various temples from Nineveh to Assur to the Sumerian city of Ur to name just a few.Enlil and his brother, Enki, are mentioned in the Genesis and the more historical Clay Tablets as participating in genetic trials to produce a primitive worker, Homo sapiens.A very detailed account is provided of a clinical trial that results in the archetype for the human race, “Adam,” being birthed.Other texts describe the colors of Uranus and Neptune, which modern science has only very recently discovered.Contrast this detailed level of knowledge in Sumer with that possessed in Europe during the Middle-Ages.

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