Cities of the gods
Few know why our planet is called Earth. The origin of the name is actually located in the ancient city of Eridou, where archaeologists have discovered evidence of Sumerian civilization. Yet Eridou was not only the first city of the Sumerians, but also the first settlement of the gods. Its name, ERIDU, is an echo of its earlier history because it literally means “Home in the Far Building”, the most appropriate name for visitors to the Nibiru planet. 1 The Sumerian chronicles claim that Erido belonged to the god Enki, who was appointed to be in charge of the Earth before his brother Enlil arrived. The construction of this first building on Earth is perpetuated by a Sumerian poem The Myth of Enki and Eridu:
The lord of the water depths, King Enki … built his house … In Eridu he built the Waterfront House .. King Enki … built a house: Eridu, like a mountain, he raised it from the earth; in a good place he (has) built it. ” 2
Why, then, did archaeologists not find traces of an earlier settlement of the gods? The simple explanation is that the earlier Eridu was swept away by the Flood and covered with a layer of mud so thick that even if archaeologists knew where the city was, it would take a lifetime to dig it. There is nothing left to recall any earlier settlement of the place, so the picks were abandoned at the level of Sumerian Eridu from 3800 BC. The other places of the gods were similarly destroyed by the Flood and buried under layers of silt. How do we come to these conclusions? In 1976, Zacharia Satchin published a remarkable work confirming the Sumerian claims that their cities were built according to the “eternal earth plan” of the gods. Sochin did you realize4 Eridou himself was the southernmost city, located near the front of the Persian Gulf.
As such a plan was clearly not within the Sumerian knowledge of geometry six thousand years ago, one key fact inspires higher power in action: the line through Bad Tibir, Shurupak, Nipur and Larak to Sipar divides exactly at 45 degrees meridian from Mount-near-Ararat Mountain – a remarkable landmark nearly 500 miles north!
The whole point of the geometric plan became clear when Zacharia Satchin examined the significance of the names given to cities.
At the center of the plan was Nipur, the city of Enlil, the chief of the gods. His Sumerian name was actually NIBRUKI, meaning “Nibiru’s Earth Place.” The Sumerians defined it as the site of DUR.AN.KI – “Heaven-Earth Relationship”. Signs of Nipur’s destination were found in the explanations for the “sky-high column reaching the sky” and in the pictorial sign for Enlil, “Lord of Power,” reminiscent of a tower and a radar network.
The Flood Ancestors may have completely flooded the original landscape. However, we do know that this area seems to have been rich in natural energy fuels that came from the soil even in the Sumer era. The idea that Sipar was an ancient space center where rockets flew “to heaven” was confirmed by its association with Utu / Shamash, because in later times he was very famous as the god of rockets. Soutin notes that when the town of Utu was reconstructed in Sipar after the Flood, the Sumerian chronicles told of a huge A.PIN inside the temple – “Object, Baalbek – visited again, making his way.” The term seems to describe a modern rocket, probably a museum exhibit, to immortalize Sipar’s role as the first space center.
If Zacharia Satchin is right, then the cities in Sumer would focus on very specific places in southern Mesopotamia. Surprisingly, this clearly explains one of the most intriguing questions about Sumerian civilization, as some historians have always wondered why Northern Mesopotamia did not share the early prosperity of the South. 5
The next city in the northwest of Nipur is believed to have been LA.RA.AK. Although still unidentified by archaeologists, it is referred to in the texts along with other cities that have been discovered. His name literally means “Glowing Bright Shine.”
Sipar, one of the most important cities in the plan, was the city of the Sumerian god UTU, whom the Acadians knew as Shamash. His name meant “the Illuminator,” “the One who illuminates.” In later languages of the Middle East, it appeared that Sipar also meant “Bird.” It is no coincidence that such flight notices should be associated with Utu / Shamash, because it was the god of Heliopolis, who rose and crossed the sky in his MJ, and from there became known as Helios, the god of the Sun, who flew with sparkling chariot.
What is known about other cities? Larsa, or rather LAARARSA means “Seeing the red light.” Lagash or LAAGASH means “Seeing the Glitter at Six”, probably an explanation of the nearby industrial center of BAD.TIBIRA – “The bright place where ores are processed”. Finally, there was the Shurupak / SHUROUP.PAK, “The Place of Extremely Good Existence”; as a city of Ninharsag it was undoubtedly the medical center of the gods. From all these names and the town plan, Zacharia Satchin concluded that before the Flood, there was a “triangular landing corridor” with a “space airport” in Sipar and a “flight control center” in Nipur. Is this conclusion worthy of careful study?
It is difficult for us, in retrospect, to understand whether this area was suitable for landing on shuttle-like aircraft, since after the Flood destroyed all space facilities from the previous period and after the waters receded, the gods returned to Earth. According to the Bible, this happened in Mount Ararat when Noah emerged from the ark. His first job was to bake some animals for a sacrificial offering, and the Lord came downstairs when he “smelled the sweet aroma.” The Gilgamesh Epic also claims that the gods “smelled the sweet taste” and “came together as flies” for the celebration. 6The story is hardly plausible, since Noah had just done his best to save every animal species, and how would the gods of a spaceship land on a mountainside? The elapsed time was therefore marked by the likelihood that the holiday would be held later and elsewhere. The exact details of how Noah and his family arrived from Ararat to their country of final settlement have not been investigated, but in my opinion the answer is probably also from the mysterious region of Baalbek, Lebanon.
As already discussed in Chapter 3, Baalbek is supposed to have existed since the world began to light, and legend has linked it to where Helios brought his carriage to rest. The lack of any landmark of this city towards the main directions of the world (unlike other ancient places) hints at the construction in the period before the Flood – in the most ancient times. The mismatching stones in Baalbek (Figure 1) may thus reflect the restoration work following the Flood devastation.
While Baalbek’s earliest history remains unclear, its use for air transport during the Sumerian era is accurately described in the Epic of Gilgamesh. The epic poem relates the adventures of Gilgamesh, ruler of the Sumerian city of Uruk in 2900 BC, and his friend Enkidu. Gilgamesh, who viewed himself as a two-thirds god and one-thirds, was completely obsessed with the question of death and possible immortality. Much of the story is dedicated to his journey to finding the home of the gods in the “Cedar Mountain.” Its purpose is clear from its self-valstvo “eternal shem will build for yourself!” 7
When Gilgamesh and his friend reach the cedar forest, they see that it is protected by an electrical grid:
Enkidu opened his mouth and spoke, telling Gilgamesh: “My friend, let’s not go into the forest. When I opened the portal, my hand became paralyzed. ” 8
Encouraging one another, the heroic couple continued until they were blocked by a mechanical monster, Humbaba, whose “mouth is a fire” whose “breath is death”:
“They stopped at a spot and looked at the forest. They looked at the height of the cedar. They looked at the entrance to the forest. Where Humbaba was expected to walk, there was a path: the trail went straight ahead and the passage was good. They looked at the cedar mountain, the place where the gods lived, the throne place of Irnini / Inana. ” 9
Gilgamesh’s direction is clearly described through the explanation of the cedar forest. Today the cedar tree remains the national emblem of Lebanon (though unfortunately few cedars have survived) and there is no doubt that in ancient times Lebanon was known for its abundant supply of cedars, used for example in the construction of the Solomon Temple. Some readers of the ancient epic were embarrassed by the question of why it was necessary to guard these cedars five thousand years ago, but the following quote clarifies that there was a dwelling place for gods near the cedar forest. The nature of the house of the gods becomes clear when Gilgamesh is awakened from his dream and tells Enkidu:
“My friend, I had a third dream; and the dream I saw was terribly frightening. The sky was shaking and the earth was resonating. The daylight went out, the darkness came; flashes of lightning flashed, fire ignited; dense clouds poured out deadly gusts. The glow was gone, the fire was extinguished; and what was left turned to ashes. ”
Shamash, the rocket god, then appears on the scene and helps Gilgamesh overcome the mighty Humbaba. However, he was not ordered to reach his destination beyond the Cedar Mountains. On plate VI of the epic, the goddess Inanna attempts to seduce Gilgamesh; the latter resists her attacks by listing a long list of her previous lovers. The adventure then ends with the furious Inanna, who expels Gilgamesh and Enkidu back to the city of Uruk.
The Gilgamesh Epic not only confirms the use of Baalbek in Lebanon as a platform for airships, but it coincides in every way with our knowledge of the Sumerian gods. It is related to Sumerian written documents that attribute the place to the god Ish-kur (also known as Adad), since Utu / Shamash, the rocket god, was his son. Inanna’s presence should also be expected, first – because she is known as the flying goddess, and second, because she is Utu’s twin sister. Moreover, it is a fact that this triad – Ishkur, Utu and Inana, have been worshiped for millennia throughout the Middle East, and the temples in Baalbek are still dedicated to them, Jupiter, Mercury and Venus respectively. How then does Baalbek connect with the legend of Noah and the Flood? Notwithstanding the story of the Ark of the Arctic, all scientific evidence and legend suggests that agriculture after the Flood originated in the Bekaa Valley, where Baalbek is located. This supports the theory that Baalbeck survived the Flood and became a safe haven for returning gods. How did Noah and his family travel from Ararat to the Bekaa Valley? One version of the walk from Mount Ararat places the goddess Ishtar / Inna on stage. In the Babylonian version of the Epic of Gilgamesh, we find remarkable similarities to the biblical parable of the arc of heaven and the agreement with mankind. However, not the Lord, but the goddess Ishtar is the one who: How did Noah and his family travel from Ararat to the Bekaa Valley? One version of the walk from Mount Ararat places the goddess Ishtar / Inna on stage. In the Babylonian version of the Epic of Gilgamesh, we find remarkable similarities to the biblical parable of the arc of heaven and the agreement with mankind. However, it is not the Lord, but the goddess Ishtar, who: How did Noah and his family travel from Ararat to the Bekaa Valley? One version of the walk from Mount Ararat places the goddess Ishtar / Inna on stage. In the Babylonian version of the Epic of Gilgamesh, we find remarkable similarities to the biblical parable of the arc of heaven and the agreement with mankind. However, it is not the Lord, but the goddess Ishtar, who:
… Picks up the great ornaments that Anu made (and says):
“Oh, yes, there are gods here, as sure as this, that I will not forget the lapis lazuli on my neck, I will remember these days and I will never (forget) them!”
Perhaps that is why the goddess Ishtar in the process of surviving the flooded Earth is the one who first discovered the landed ark. Did she then take Noah and his family safely back to Baalbek? An unusual tomb in a mosque in Karak Nuh, twenty miles from Baalbek, is said to be Noah’s tomb (Figure 42). Local legend explains that Noah was extremely tall and could spread throughout the Bekaa Valley, with one foot on Mount Lebanon to the west and the other with Mount Anti-Lebanon to the east! According to this legend, one of Noah’s feet is buried in the “tomb”, but the official opinion is that it contains “just a fragment of an ancient aqueduct.” 12In terms of legend and Noah’s favorable position to the gods, this unusually shaped “tomb”, about 60 feet long and only a few feet wide, is likely to contain an airplane wing. * The claim that Noah and his family first settled in the Bekaa Valley area is borne out by the fact that this is the first place where farming occurs. Some scientists have been confused as to why agriculture is emerging in the mountains of the Middle East, but this should not be surprising as a consequence of the great Flood, when lowland was no more than lakes and swamps. The Bible itself claims that Noah “was a man on earth” (a landlord) before he cultivated vineyards. ” 13 Professor Samuel Cramer also translated a plaque from Sumer, which clearly identifies the Lebanon Mountains as the birthplace of agriculture after the Flood:
“Enlil went to the top and looked up; looked down; there the waters were flooded like the sea. He looked up: there was a mountain of fragrant cedars. He had brought barley, planted it in the mountain. What he was living had brought, he planted the corn seeds in the mountain. 14 There is no doubt that Baalbek, not Ararat, was the central focus for gods and men after the Flood. .
Signal lights to Baalbek
Confirmation that Baalbek was the main landing place for the gods after the Flood is provided by the amazing geographical evidence identified by Zacharia Satchin. Looking back in the past, it seems quite obvious, but before Satchin, no one had ever noticed that the huge stone platform in Baalbek was equidistant from the Pyramids of Giza and Mount St. Ekateria in the Sinai Peninsula.
What is remarkable about St. Catherine? Apart from the fact that it is one of the most sacred religious sites in the world, more importantly, it is the highest mountain in Sinai, 8700 feet above sea level.
The religious nature of St. Catherine dates back to 330 AD. At that time, at the instruction of Helen, the mother of Emperor Constantine, a small chapel was built on the roots of a bush. According to legend, it was the Burning Bush, where the Lord revealed Himself to Moses about 3400 years ago, and the bush was so sacred that all attempts to plant its branches elsewhere failed. The name of the mountain comes from the martyrdom of Catherine, who embraced Christianity but was tortured and beheaded in the early fourth century. According to legend, her body disappeared and was found hundreds of years ago by monks in the mountain that now bears her name.
Attached to Mount St. Catherine on the south is Mount Sinai, 7,500 feet high. In combination, the two peaks form a remarkable two-toed, which is a mirror image of those two main pyramids in Giza. In terms of geometric relationship between Giza and Baalbek, can this mirror image be a coincidence?
As described in Chapter 4, the Giza pyramids were originally lined with white limestone blocks that made them visible to the naked eye from a great distance. Morris Shatlen, a former NASA scientist who has played a key role in the Apollo-to-Moon flight projects, has made the following observations:
“… in space, it (the Great Pyramid) appears on the radar screen much further away due to its slanted sides, which reflect the radar rays perpendicularly if the incidence angle is 38 degrees above the horizon.” 15
Morris Shatlen estimated that the pyramid was originally originally a “radar reflector with a guidance factor of more than 600 million at a wavelength of 2 cm, for example.” In layman’s language, this means an extremely powerful reflector!
Shatlen’s opinion is echoed in the words of an ancient poem that apparently describes the Great Pyramid in a navigational role, “equipped with” pulsating rays “from” heaven to Earth “:
“House of the Gods with aspiring peaks; For Heaven and Earth, it is magnificently equipped. A house whose interior shines with a reddish Light from Heaven, a pulsating beam that reaches everywhere; his majesty touches the flesh.
A magnificent house, a towering mountain of mountains — Your creation is great and lofty; men cannot comprehend it. ” 16
As for the Baalbek platform, the need for huge stones (see Chapter 3) can now be understood in the context of the endless loads and vertical forces they were supposed to absorb. Textual, geographical and physical evidence – all support one another to confirm that Baalbek was intended as a landing site for the missiles of the gods.
The fate of the Great Pyramid
With the help of Zacharia Satchin, we will now restore some of the most important moments in the history of the Great Pyramid. The ancient texts investigated by Sitchin show that the repeated descriptions of E.KUR (“House as a Mountain”) refer to two separate places. One of them is quite clear the Enkill E. Zurat (incorrect pyramid) of Enlil in Nipur. The other was located in the African lands of the Lower World. The testimony is contained in an Akad text known as “Pudulul Bell Nemecki” which mentions an evil god “escaping from Ekur across the horizon in the Underworld.” 17 Can we confirm that the Ecura of the Lower World was indeed the Great Pyramid? A poem dedicated to the goddess Ninharsag states it quite emphatically:
“A house glowing and dark in Heaven and Earth, for a seam together; E.KUR, House of the Gods with high-rises directed. ” 18
Since the Mesopotamian ziggurats had flat roofs, only the Great Pyramid could probably fit the description of “high point directed”. Moreover, anyone who stood in awe at the foot of the pyramid would, of course, describe it as a “House like a Mountain.”
The poem then goes on to describe Ecura in a language that Zacharia Satchin does not leave, and there is little doubt that she accurately lists the most important qualities of the Great Pyramid. 19Its basics: “wrapped in grandeur”. Her entrance: “like a huge dragon’s mouth open in anticipation.” The two sharpened the stone above the rotating stone gate: “like the two edges of a blade that keeps the enemy away.” Queen’s Hall: “guarded by ‘two blades that penetrate from dawn to dusk.’ The Grand Gallery: “its arch is like a heavenly rainbow; the darkness ends there; it is draped with greatness; her hinges are like a vulture whose jaws are ready to click. ” The anti-bamboo: “the entrance to the top of the Mountain” with “a lattice barrier and a lock … sliding into a place of awe”. All in all – a perfect description of the interior of the Great Pyramid!
The designation of the Great Pyramid as one of the two Ecourts helped in a new understanding of ancient texts, and especially of the so-called “Myths of Chur”, whose versions were discovered in Sumerian, Akkadian and Assyrian. The Chur myths describe an important battle between the gods Enlilit and Enkiiti in different “chickens” or “mountain” lands, with a dramatic collision in Ecura – the Great Pyramid. As discussed in Chapter 6, this battle was the result of the occupation of the Enlitites by the Egyptian god Seth and his followers fleeing the vengeful Horus.
We can now understand why Seth created such a problem. Occupying the lands of Lebanon, he erected all space facilities – Baalbek, Giza, and Mount St. Catherine – in the power of the Enkiites. As we shall see shortly, he also confused plans for the construction of advanced space facilities in Jerusalem and Central Sinai. The enormous conflict that ensued reflected tensions between Enlil and Enki and between their heirs Ninurth and Marduk for control and supremacy over the gods of the Earth.
War sounds more like a defeat. Aided by Adad (Ishkur) and Ishtar (Inana), Ninurta used powerful weapons to destroy the settlements of gods and men and made the rivers flow red with blood. The texts describe the opposition’s retreat to the mountains of Sinai and the land of Kush in present-day Sudan, where they were persecuted and beaten without mercy. 20 It was a ruthless military campaign designed to drive the human population out of the Sinai lands and to send a clear message that the Middle East would remain Enlite territory.
The last stage of the war took place in Ecura, the Great Pyramid. According to Mesopotamian texts, the defending gods erected a protective screen through which Ninurta’s weapons could not penetrate. In a dramatic clash, the young god Horus was blinded, attempting to escape from Ekur. 21 At this point, the mother goddess Ninharsag became involved and successfully negotiated a surrender. The Peace Conference is described in great detail in the text “I sing the Song of the Mother of Gods.” 22
Is there any evidence that the war of the gods was a real fact, not a myth? One day, as I was reading The National Geographer, I came across a very unusual photo of a mountain in Sudan. The Jebel Barcap Mountain, as if it had been split in two by great power.
Jebel Barcap is a strange and ominous mountain. It rises 300 feet above the level of the desert plain of Sudan, one mile from the Nile and near Napa, the capital and sacred center of ancient Nubia (also known as the Kush kingdom). The mountain itself is considered an extremely sacred place. At its foot are the ruins of a temple complex, such as the southern home of the Egyptian god Amon.
A team at National Geographic Sasayati was particularly intrigued by an isolated mountain peak, where at 260 feet high they found inscriptions “carved on the highest, inaccessible point on the summit.” 23 According to Timothy Kendall, it was a “great engineering feat” because the inscriptions were located in an almost inaccessible place.
What made anyone erect a monument in this remote place on the mountain in the past? Kendall and his team also found an image of Amon embedded inside the mountain. They tended to attribute it to a catastrophic phenomenon that apparently split two mountains through its center and charred the interior. But they actually noticed that the mountain had a “broad, wavy ridge that was covered with transparent quartz.” These small charred stones were the remnants of the powerful explosion that once destroyed this place.
The other testimony we have to confirm the war of the gods is the physical state of the Great Pyramid itself. We have already convinced ourselves that its characteristic qualities are in line with the details of the Sumerian poem. We now find additional clues proving that she is. was the same Ekur where the war of the gods through siege ended.
The first clue is the mysterious well that was dug in the Underground Hall of the Great Pyramid. A Babylonian text confirms that this well was trapped during the siege by Ra’s brother, Nergal, in order to assist the defense of the pyramid:
“The Water Stone, the Apex Stone, … The Stone, … … the god Nergal increased his power. The security door he… He looked up to Heaven, digging deep into what life was giving. … In the House he provided them with food. ” 24
Following the surrender of the Enkiiti gods, the ancient texts describe how the victor Ninurta enters and dismantles Ekur. A detailed description of this action, decoded by Zacharia Satchin, provides us with further confirmation that we identify Ecura as the Great Pyramid and thus prove the authenticity of the war of the gods as a historical event. 25
From the ancient text, known by its acronym Lugal-e, it is clear that Ninurta was offended by seeing that the conflict ended in a peaceful agreement, rather than a crushing defeat. So he poured out his anger on the instruments left inside the Ekur. Having examined his “stones” (crystals?), Ninurta determined their fate – to be destroyed or taken away somewhere. In what was probably the Hall of the Queen, he discovered a SHAM – the “Stone of Destiny”, which had a red glow. Ninurta ordered it to be dismantled and destroyed, claiming that the power of the stone was used “to grab me to kill me, with killer forceps to capture me.” 26The stone is described in the poem about Ninharsag as possessing “an outpouring like a lion that no one dared to attack.” Today the enigmatic niche in the Queen’s Hall is empty and its purpose is unclear.
Then Ninurta passed up through the Grand Gallery to the King’s Hall. There he found “GUG” – the stone “Defining the Direction”: “then the fateful Ninurta that day gouged the stone from his hole and broke it.” He also ordered the removal of the triple safety grille: “Vertical” stone – SU; the stone KASHUR.RA – “Majestic, Unspotted, which opens” and SAG.KAL – “Yakia Kamak that is in front”. 27
When he returned back down to the Grand Gallery, Ninurta destroyed or removed, as you see fit, the multicolored “stones” that created the Heavenly Rain effect. The text clearly names 22 of these pairs of stones or crystals, while others are unfortunately unreadable. Today there are 27 pairs of empty niches in the walls of the upper ramps of the Grand Gallery and one additional pair of empty niches on the Grand Staircase.
Finally, the stone lid of the Great Pyramid – UL, the “Heaven as tall” stone, was removed. 28 In light of the text of Lugal-e, it is quite surprising that some authors interpret the absence of such a stone as a purposeful plan by the builders of the pyramid!
All in all, the details of the text coincide remarkably with the material evidence that can still be seen inside the pyramid today.
Thus came the end of the Great Pyramid era. It was a fate that Ninharsag expected as the necessary price to secure peace between the warring gods. In Lugal-e, she exclaims:
“In the House, where the String Measurement begins, where Asar looked up to Anu, I will go. To cut the string for the salvation of the warring gods. ” 29
What was the String Measurement function of the pyramid that Ninharsag tells about? A string is defined as a straight line connecting two points on an uneven surface, such as the Earth’s surface. The line from the Great Pyramid to Baalbek was a string that measured exactly the same as the string from Mount St. Catherine to Baalbek.
The inevitable conclusion is that the pyramids were visual landmarks for pilots arriving at Baalbek, but their role was certainly greater than that of passive radar reflectors. Somewhere inside the pyramid, the text describes a navigational beacon and / or radar system that broadcasts a “net” over Heaven and Earth. Just as the Sumerians argued, this, of course, was a Shemale-Mounted House.
We will leave the last word to the goddess Ninharsag herself:
“I am the mistress; Anu predestined my fate; Anu’s daughter is me. Enlil gave me an extra fate; his sister-princess is me. The gods delivered in my hands tools to guide pilots from Heaven to Earth; Shems’s mother is me. Ereshkigal instructed me to open the pilot guidance tools; The great landmark, the mountain from which Utu (Shamash) ascended, made it my platform. ” 30
Geometry of the gods
The final decommissioning of the Great Pyramid led to the sudden need for a place for a new lighthouse to direct the arriving shams (“celestial chambers”). Baalbek served his purpose after the Flood, but the gods were now planning something far more perfect. As work progressed, Baalbek continued to be a central focus and a new lighthouse was installed in Heliopolis, just 16 miles northeast of Giza. Heliopolis headlight was placed in a place where it could be used after the completion of the new space facilities, but in the meantime it was used to point the way to Baalbek, which led to the need for another place to temporarily install another headlight at the same distance but on the east coast of the Sinai Peninsula.
It is no coincidence that Heliopolis was once the holiest place in Egypt where the earliest kings were ordained. This small town was the site of the enigmatic Benben stone and the place where the legendary phoenix rose from the ashes. As with Sumerian culture, the influential Egyptian clergy in Heliopolis saved the scientific knowledge bestowed by the gods along with the written accounts of the divine inheritance that originated in Ra.
The tumultuous history of northern Egypt has left little memory in Heliopolis today – an obelisk of red granite, 170 feet high and weighing 350 tons. It is generally accepted that this obelisk, attributed to Senussert the First in the early second millennium BC, replaced an earlier construction. 32
The Hellenic name given by the Hellenes meant the City of the Sun and referred to the sun-god Shamash. Calling it so, the ancient Greeks acknowledged its initial connection with the other city of Heliopolis, also known in Baalbek. The original name of the Egyptian Heliopolis was Annu – apparently referring to the Sumerian AN, representing both “Heaven” and Anu – the heavenly father of the gods. Several authors have noted that Annu means “City of the Tower” 33, and its hieroglyphic sign naturally resembles a tall, steep tower, sometimes surrounded by a mu or “sky cabin”. The original City of Tower function may also shed light on the mysterious Jedi symbol often associated with Heliopolis. Egyptologists usually interpret this strange object as the “backbone of Osiris,” a meaningless expression of contradictory symbolism. In fact, the Jedi symbol looks more like a tower or a lighthouse building, and is often depicted in a pair, 34sometimes in the mysterious Duat defending the Exodus to Heaven. Has there ever been a second Jedi Tower with similar functions? A second temporary runway would confirm that such a location probably should have existed on the Sinai Peninsula. It is almost certain for this reason that the Pyramid Text referred to the gods of Heliopolis as “Rulers of the Double Holy Powers.”
Let us now return to the last and most surprising flight path of the gods, where again Zacharia Satchin revealed an amazing series of geometric and geographical interconnections. The new airstrip was anchored on the two conical peaks of Mount Ararat – Small Ararat, 13,000 feet high, and Big Ararat, 17,000 feet. These two peaks are particularly remarkable. Surrounding the 25-mile-wide array near the Turkish-Iranian border, they rise on both sides of a deep natural anomaly. What is remarkable is that the highest last few thousand feet of these peaks are constantly covered with snow – an ideal visual reference for shems pilots.
The last flying runway retained Heliopolis and added a new spot for an equal distance headlight – Mount Um Shumar, approximately 9 miles south of Mount St. Catherine. Why did the gods turn to Um Shumar instead of leaving Mount St. Catherine, which is the tallest on the peninsula? In fact, there is little difference in height. Um Schumar, 8,500 feet tall, is slightly lower than St. Catherine. Nevertheless, the shortfall was more than just an assault on Um Shumar’s brilliant natural landmark. Not only does it rise separately from the surrounding mountains, but it also shines like a lighthouse because of the presence of unusual mica particles in its rocks.
Adapted from 3. Satchin, The Starry Sky Road, 1980 Apart from geometry, what other evidence confirms that Um Schumar was a mountain of the gods? One unusual fact that experts have been unable to explain is that Um Schumar bears a Sumerian name meaning “Sumerian Mother”. Why would the Sumerians name a distant mountain 750 miles west, beyond their sight? A study by Zacharia Satchin indicates that Um Shumar was in fact a mountain with three main peaks, and the Sumerian names for the neighboring peaks provide evidence of their function. One was KA.HARSAG, “Top of the Exit,” and the other was called HAR-SAG. 35 We are not going to catch any of the bass who had gears!
After establishing the focal point in Ararat and the headlights in Heliopolis and Sinai, the gods continued construction of a sophisticated space and flight control center to replace the relatively rough platform in Baalbek. In order to identify these places, Zacharia Satchin followed a series of proofs in ancient texts and was amazed at what he found. We do not need to track all the detectives Yuka’s work because the exact adjustment of the locations in FIG. 27 speak for himself. 36
According to the geometric plan, the space center was built on a latitude line known as the Thirtieth parallel north – a line that was symbolically significant to the gods. 37But exactly where on the thirtieth parallel? I decided to check for myself the geometry of the Heliopolis Space Center and Um Schumar (and I recommend to my readers to open their geographical maps and guides here). I was able to detect the location of the space center, designated by Zacharia Satchin, 33 degrees long and 22 minutes east, at the same distance 122 miles from Heliopolis and Um Shumar. The closest modern city is Nahl, which in ancient times was called El Paran. The word Paran is derived from an ancient Hebrew root meaning “abounding in caves and caves”, an echo of ancient Egyptian belief in the underground halls of Duat.
‘Remarkably, as shown in FIG. 27, the gods discovered at Zion Peak in Jerusalem a point that was exactly the same distance from the Baalbek Space Center (166 miles by my calculations), as well as from Um Shumar and Heliopolis. It was there in Jerusalem that the flight control center was built. But before we study Jerusalem, let us first look at the clues that identify the Sinai Space Center.
Sinai Space Center
The Sinai Peninsula is a desolate and repulsive place. From the granite mountains to the south, through the limestone plateau in the middle, the landscape is a barren desert. Despite the hot climate that is making the land unsuitable for agriculture, the Sinai has a strategic place and has been an important crossroads for world trade for millennia. Not only is it a bridge between continents Africa and Asia, it is a link between the Mediterranean and the Red Sea.
Has there ever been a cosmic center of gods in the Sinai Plain? There is nothing like this today (for reasons that will be fully explained in Chapter 10), and the continuous 25-mile lane between Wadi el Aghedara and Wadi el Natila would be the ideal landing space for space shuttles.
Although Sinai is now part of Egypt, there was no doubt in the ancient chronicles that in the past it was an area reserved for the gods. The best description of this fact is that of Gilgamesh, the Sumerian king who was possessed of the idea of eternal life. After failing to reach the platform in Baalbek, he made a second expedition to the Sinai. His purpose was to build a scheme and thus gain immortality:
“Master Gilgamesh to the Earth of Life made his consciousness aware … Oh, Enkidu, even the mighty destroyer meets the fatal end. (Therefore) The country will reach. I will raise my scheme, at the place where the schemes have already been erected. I will exalt the scheme. ” 38
The road from Mesopotamia to Sinai is not direct, passing through the Dead Sea to the north, and then through the mountains that protect the eastern flank of the Sinai Peninsula. The Gilgamesh Epic, of course, describes his journey across the shallow sea, where he asked a boatman named Urshanabi to take him to the other shore. There is no doubt that these shallow waters are on the now-known Dead Sea, which the “Epic of Gilgamesh” describes as “the sea of the dead waters.” After crossing the sea, Gilgamesh finally reached a mountain pass that was 39 guarded by the Scorpio People. The mountain has the Sumerian name MA.SHU – “Mountain of the Supreme Boat” 40 , which is referred to in other texts as “The Highest Mountain” and “The Place from which the Great Ascended”:
“The name of the mountain is MA.SHU he arrives in the mountains MA.SHU that every day there rises and landings of Shamash.” 41 After having sought help from Shamash, Gilgamesh is allowed to get to the place where Shamash rises their Shems, but once again his desire to fail was predetermined, and the rest of the intrigue is of no interest to us at this point. The question is whether we can confirm that Mount Mashu was a mountain in Sinai. To find the answer, we must cross the peninsula and examine the inscriptions in the pyramids of the ancient Egyptians.
The Pyramid texts represent the religion of the Pharaohs. Their essence is a statement of their complete commitment to the afterlife, and especially to a place called Duat. The duat was commonly thought of as the kingdom of the dead king Osiris, a place in the starry sky where the dead Pharaohs ascended to the afterlife. His predestination is clearly depicted by the hieroglyph of a star and a falcon. Yet the Pharaoh’s journey to Duat was described by the terminology of a physical journey through land and water. The journey described in the Text from the Pyramid starts in an easterly direction, beginning with a crossing over water (a reed lake and a divine boat) and continues above the ground between two mountains. At this point Pharaoh enters the “underworld”, where the “mouth of the mountain” was opened and the soul of the dead king ascended into heaven.42
The Egyptian trip east is a mirror image of the Sumerian west – the Sinai Peninsula is located between the two. As Gilgamesh reaches the mountain pass, so does the dead Pharaoh, traveling between two mountains, for central Sinai is indeed surrounded by seven mountains and seven mountain passes. Their general direction was not a mythical underworld, but a space center located underground. The trip to Duat, and hence to the stars, for the Egyptians was simply an imitation of their gods’ journeys – to Nibiru, Baalbek, or somewhere else. Therefore, it was associated with the supposed immortality of the gods. The Pyramids of Giza and later Heliopolis were perceived as part of the entrance to Duat and therefore became a central part of the Pharaoh’s cult of the afterlife. The Duat story sheds new light on the mysterious “mouth opening” ceremony performed in honor of the dead Pharaoh. And he explains the essence of the scarab beetle as a sacred Egyptian symbol of life and immortality – the connection comes from the ability of the insect to bury underground, and hence symbolically linked it to the underground base of Duat.
The textual evidence of the past existence of a space center in Sinai is completed by Zacharia Satchin, who identifies Sinai as the legendary site of Tilmun (sometimes called Dilmun). Some scientists generally locating the Tilmun in Bahrain, where 43 really was an ancient trading station. From a careful reading of the Sumerian texts, Sitchin comes to the conclusion that there were in practice two Tilmuns – the city of Tilmun and the country of Tilmun. 44 Moreover, the demand for the latter to the east was incorrect because it was not 45located where “the sun rises” and in the country where “Shamash rises”. Thus, Sitchin identifies Tilmun as a side of the gods, a restricted area established after the Flood. Her Sumerian name was TIL.MUN – “Nuclear Missile Land”. 46 A Sumerian poem, entitled “Enki and Ninharsag: A Myth of Paradise,” describes the Tilmun country as a quiet, uninhabited place with words reminiscent of the Sinai desert:
“The Raven moan not granted bird Itidune sound of bird Itidu, the lion does not kill the wolf does not absorb the lamb, unknown is the wild dog who greedily devours children.” 47
The name Tilmun is echoed in the name “Eagle Country”, by which Sinai became known later. 48 The association of these fast diving birds with the Sinai and its cosmic center is very indicative, since the Hebrew word for “eagle” (nonsher) is associated with “blaring sound” or “flashing 49 lightning”.
As noted in Chapter 6, there is an important difference between the Shems flying in the earthly heavens and the “eagles” which were rockets rising above the earth’s atmosphere. There is no doubt that the ancient descriptions of eagles referred to the rockets of the gods; in the Epic of Ethan, for example, the Sumerian king Ethan was lifted high by an eagle, and he eloquently describes the Earth becoming smaller and smaller as the oceans became the size of a bread basket. 50 Ethan’s eagle (his alleged pilot), according to the epic, had a conversation with him during the flight, a detail that can no longer be overlooked as an imaginary mythology.
After the Flood, Sinai land was initially given under the control of Ninharsag – the sister of Enlil and Enki. In Sumerian the name is pronounced as NIN.HAR.SAG – “Master of the Main Mountain”, almost secure connection with Mount St. Catherine, as a strategic guiding light in Sinai. 51 Zacharia Satchin was able to show that Ninharsag is actually the Egyptian goddess, Hathor, who is also associated with Sinai. The name Hathor literally means “She whose home is where the Eagles are,” a 52 name that once again echoes Tilmun’s meaning.
After the war of the gods the management of Sinai passed in other hands. Ninharsag’s involvement in overturning the imprisonment of the captive Enkiites called into question her neutrality. The Enlitites thus sought an occasion to take Sinai with the designed space facilities entirely in their own hands. The Sumerian poem “I sing the Song of the Mother of Gods” describes the debate that led to the transfer of Sinai under the rule of Nanar (Enlil’s son and Utu / Shamash’s father).
The god Nanar was also known as Son, an Akkadian name derived from the Sumerian SU.EN – “The Multiplying Master.” This nickname would almost certainly have been acquired by his paternity over the twin Inana and Utu. The so restricted area of the gods became the land of the Son, a name still preserved by the name of Sinai. It is also worth noting that Mount Sinai Um Schumar, the Mother of Sumer, was named after the son of Son Ningap, who was given the same nickname in Ur. And the most important Nahal oasis city in the central Sinai Plain also bears the name of Ningal in the Semitic form of Nihal. As for Ninharsag, her earlier association with the Sinai was not easily forgotten, and she continued to be known as the “Lord of Sinai.”
Jerusalem is the most holy city on Earth, a holy place for the three major religions – Judaism, Islam and Christianity. Its holiest point, Mount Moraya, is today ruled by the Palace of the Rock, with its impressive golden dome erected by Muslims. The rock of Mount Moraya is, in fact, a huge horizontal platform known as the Temple Mount. It is called by Muslims by El Aqsa, the place from which the Prophet Mohammed was raised high by the archangel Gabriel through the “seven heavens” to meet the Lord. 55
According to a Jewish legend, Jerusalem was the “center of the earth”, and Mount Moriah was the place where Abraham saw “a pillar of fire extending from Earth to Heaven, and a heavy cloud where the glory of the Lord was seen.” The Bible states that it was there, on the rock of Mount Moriah, that Abraham prepared to sacrifice his son Isaac to God more than 4000 years ago. At the same place, God commanded Solomon to build the first temple of the Lord 3000 years ago. That temple was demolished, rebuilt, destroyed again, and is now marked in the place of the Muslim Golden Dome. What caused the connection of all these legends to Jerusalem, and why did it become a place of such great religious reverence?
Ancient Jerusalem is now hidden beneath the modern city. The only remnant of the Second Jewish Temple is the famous Western or Wailing Wall, more than half of which is below the present level of the earth. Like her, the Rock of the Temple Mount is completely hidden from view. Still, a stripping of stone can be seen beneath the Dome of the Rock, with an astonishing series of elaborate unnatural niches and levels. It is believed that this rock has miraculous qualities and has been considered a shrine since ancient times. The hidden parts of the rock are said to contain unusual underground tunnels and halls. Modern legends tell of secret excavations related to the Knights Templar Order and the search for the sacred Nod of the Covenant.
Both legend and history support the geographical evidence that Jerusalem was a space-bound area of the gods. A detailed etymological analysis by Zacharia Satchin provides further confirmation. First, the names of the three hills of Jerusalem have clear literal meanings. To the north – the Zofim Hill is also known as the Scopus – literally meaning “The Mount of Observers”; the middle elevation – Mount Moraya, means “Mountain of Destination.” Finally, to the south, Mount Zion literally means “Signal Mountain.” 57
The valleys around Jerusalem also provide remarkable evidence: one of them is referred to in the Book of Isaiah as the “Hitzayon Valley,” meaning “the Valley of Penetration.” The name of another valley, Kidron, is derived from a root meaning “to shine, to burn, to radiate heat,” and thus became known as the “Valley of Fire.” Its lower part is now known as Wadi-en-Nar or “Fire Wadi”.
The Hinnom Valley – Hebrew Geh Hinnom, also has links to fire, hence the Greek “geena” is usually translated as “hell.” 58 According to one legend, the Hinnom Valley contains a door to the underworld marked by a column of smoke rising between two palm trees.
Jerusalem has been an important and holy place since the world began to shine, but the official reason for this is extremely vague. Its significance cannot be attributed to any advantage of geographical position. Nor was it important as a mall. In fact, it was located on the border of a wild wasteland and was too far from the main “international trade routes”. Its natural water sources were limited and yet its earliest inhabitants made great efforts to build unusually massive underground “water tanks”. Limited archaeological research has succeeded in finding 37 such tanks, with a total volume of about 10 million gallons (37,850,000 liters). Only one of the tanks could absorb approximately 2 million gallons (7,570,000 liters) of water .
If we study the history of Jerusalem, we find that its oldest remembered name, recorded in Genesis 14, is Salem. The same passage in the Bible names the King of Jerusalem from the time of Abraham (about 4000 years ago) as Melchizedek, the priest of the Most High God. 61 What do we know about Melchizedek and his royal lineage in Jerusalem? Absolutely nothing – he and his royal background are absolutely white pages in history. 62 Yet a clue to the meaning of the name Melchizedek is provided to us by Paul, who refers to him as the “King of Righteousness.” 63 As we have seen, the gods were called DINGIR, which is why the first syllable means “Immaculate” or “Righteous.” For this reason, Melchizedek was almost certainly an Enlitite god.
In view of all the above-mentioned evidence, and especially the position of Mount Moraya at the center of the flight path, it seems reasonable to accept Zacharia Satchin’s suggestion that Jerusalem was acting as a flight control center. I will add nothing more, but will quote the non-biblical Book of the Feast:
“The Garden of Eternity, most holy.
3. The thousand-ton Stone of the South lies forgotten in his career at Baalbek. No size was likely to be a restriction for builders.
4. The scattered ruins at Puma Punku, near Tiwanaku. Bolivia
1 0. A fearsome head shines from a wall in Havin de Juntar, Peru
11. The sunken square in Havin de Juntar facing east. A perfect hydraulic system moves the water under this spot.
13, Seciowoman, Peru. Do these creatures protect the place of the gods?
18. Megalithic stonemasonry in the mountainous area of Ollantaytambo. The stones were miraculously transferred from the opposite mountain.
20. The Ten Niches Terrace, Ollantaytambo. One of the most elegant creations of pre-Inca stone masonry.
24. Intihuatana at Machu Picchu. Astronomers believe that it was governed by the Sun in the era of 2300 – 2100 BC.
25. Machu Picchu Torreon – He is also believed to have had astronomical regulation
26. A V-shaped groove pointing south from Juan Pichu to Intihuatana
27. The Nazca Plain, South Peru.
So far, no theory has explained all its strange features.
29. The sloping pyramid at Dashur – circa 2600 BC. The steep 52-degree angle of the Giza pyramids was never successfully reached by the Pharaohs.
32. The author in the mysterious Grand Gallery of the Great Pyramid. Consoles and niches are not decorative, but form part of a highly functional design.
36. Distant Heale Stone marks the axis of Stonehenge adjusted to summer 34. A plaque labeled “Narmer” at the Cairo Museum solstice showing the symbol of the pyramid in the upper left corner.
39. Sumerian ziggurat in Ur, the third millennium BC. Sumerians claim that their knowledge is a “gift from the gods”
40. Acadian cylindrical seal showing an undiscovered planet from the solar system
41. Ancient Planisphere, British Museum depicting a road map of the gods in the solar system.
42. The unusual Noah’s Tomb in Karak Nuh, Lebanon. The Noah and Flood parable now has a scientific basis.
44. A satellite image of Sinai showing an unusual white cut of a rock centered just below the 30th parallel (marked).
48. Geological wear provides substantial evidence of the ancient Sphinx age.
54. The statues of moai on Easter Island. No one knows how these 10 tonne caps are stacked on their heads.
58. A sarcophagus lid from the tomb of Pacal from Palenque, Mexico The figure below controls a complex mechanism.
When archaeologists began excavations at the famous Biblical site Jericho about fifty years ago, they had no idea they were on the way to finding the world’s oldest settlement with protective functions. When they dug their picks deep into a 70-foot-tall mound known as Tel es Sultan, at the lowest level they found objects dating from 8000 BC. 65 This was an unusual discovery because it was about 4,000 years before the advent of Sumerian civilization, a time that was thought to lead a simple nomadic lifestyle.
Also strange was the fact that from the earliest settlement the place was heavily fortified. Other archeological discoveries included a 30-foot-tall stone tower with an internal staircase, city walls up to 20 feet high and an 8-foot deep moat, 20 feet outside the city walls. These structures were of high quality, well polished stones, installed without masonry.
Ancient Jericho was built at the site of a natural spring (Ain es Sultan), which to this day has a flow rate of 1,000 gallons per minute – a factor that clearly influenced its location. But what caused the ancient people to create a society of probably 2000 people and then to put enormous effort and effort into protecting it? From whom or what did they protect themselves? Why didn’t archaeologists find anything other than walls and bones, why wasn’t the script and wheel created there? What could be the likely connection between Jericho – the oldest settlement in the world – and the emergence of Sumerian civilization 4000 years later? The mystery is summed up very carefully in a book that describes Jericho as “the intriguing missing link that is still waiting to be solved.” 66
The missing link is now open. Just as the Great Pyramid notes the activity of the gods for millennia before civilization was bestowed on the Sumerians, this is the case with Jericho. The Jericho Fortress occupied a key strategic position, exactly 15 miles east of Jerusalem, which we had just identified as the gods flight control center. Therefore, he probably had a garrison to guard the eastern flank of vital space facilities. As we learned from the Epic of Gilgamesh, Jericho was naturally on the way to the Dead Sea, which Earth-based troops had to use to reach Jerusalem or, of course, the Space Center in the Sinai Peninsula. As Zacharia Satchin notes, Jericho’s original name was Jericho, literally meaning “Moon City”.
An additional ancient protective settlement existed 12 miles north of Jerusalem. The modern city of Beitin marks the exact location of the ancient Beth-El, the House of the Lord, where Jacob saw the angels of the Lord ascend and descend the stairs to heaven. 67 Half a mile east of Beitin, the location of Borg Bettin is described as “one of the great observers of Palestine”, 68 where Patriarch Abraham once erected his tent. Very close to the present-day village of Deir Divan marks the site of ancient Ai, where excavations date to the earliest levels, at least as far as 3000 BC. All these sites are located on a stone plateau supplied with water from four springs – an ideal protective fort on the northern flank of Jerusalem.
Let us now leave Jerusalem and head south, back to the Sinai Space Center. Here again we find facilities guarded by another defense city. The place was known as Kadesh-Bornea, the area of an anomalous military expedition conducted by Hedorla-Omer in 2100 BC, described in Genesis 14. Zacharia Satchin concluded that Kadesh-Bornea V’Sinai was the same city, which the Acadians described as Dur-Mah-Ilani in Tilmun. Its name means “The Great Protected Site of the Gods.” 69His location coincides with where Gilgamesh was forced to seek permission from Scorpio People in order to get closer to achieving his goal of building a scheme. Bible scholars have always wondered why a remote location in the Sinai Desert could be the target of powerful aggression, but Soutine’s explanation in the context of the Sinai Space Center offers substantial evidence.
Generally speaking, it seems that the space facilities of the gods were guarded by a series of defensive settlements, all of which, in turn, are particularly confusing for scientists and archaeologists.
Message from the Sphinx
Along the pyramids of Giza is the adjoining figure of a lion with human face, and the whole monument is carved out of solid limestone. Measuring 240 by 66 feet, the Sphinx is probably the greatest work of art of all time.
In order to achieve these monumental dimensions, the sculptor has dug thousands of tons of solid rock. Experts are unable to tell us what motivated the unknown architect, and they have no trace, notes or anything to determine the date of its creation. Yet, despite the lack of any evidence, so-called experts are confident enough to claim that the Sphinx is the work of one or the other of the builders of the three pyramids in the neighborhood.
Recently, more attention in the form of computer simulation has focused on the face of the Sphinx, in an attempt to identify it with one of the Giza pharaohs. Hafra’s most favorite choice came in hand while few attributed it to Menkaur. Still, no one can be sure that the face does not depict the sculptor, and no one can tell what changes were made to that person during later restoration work. 70 The relatively small size of the Sphinx’s head in comparison to his body also indicates that there has been a significant change in contour.
Many scholars have paid attention to the uniqueness of the Sphinx, because there is absolutely no precedent for the idea of presenting the body of an animal with a human head. In fact, Egyptian art has focused precisely on the opposite idea, presenting its gods with the body of man and the head of an animal. Moreover, other images of sphinxes discovered in Egypt combine the head of a bull with the body of a lion (Figure 49) – there is no trace of a Pharaoh’s head! Moreover, some commentators expressed surprise that the idea of such a large-scale hard rock stonemasonry has never been imitated, despite its technical simplicity and the abundance of suitable natural rock formations along the banks of the Nile. 71 It was these factors that made the Sphinx a huge mystery, because it is completely different from the rest of ancient Egyptian culture.
We have already identified the Pyramids of Giza as part of the second flight route for the gods. Could the Sphinx also represent the labor of the gods rather than man?
Like the pyramids, the Sphinx contains no inscriptions. Its perfect work of art, like the perfect 52-degree angle of the Giza pyramids, has never been reproduced anywhere. . In the case of the Sphinx, this is now a scientific fact.
In October 1991, Dr. Robert Schoch, a geologist at Boston University, presented detailed evidence that the Sphinx was thousands of years older than the generally accepted date of 2500 BC. 72 His conclusion is based on the wear of the outline of the limestone rock from which the Sphinx was sculptured. Today’s visitors to the monument can clearly see the vertically worn vein of the limestone moat surrounding the Sphinx. This erosion, according to science, geology could only be the result of prolonged rainfall, in contrast to the dry climate in Egypt since 2500 BC. here. Based on the climatic evidence, Schoch calculated that the Sphinx must have been somewhere between nine and twelve thousand years old, when the climate in Egypt was much wetter. 73
Such an age, of course, is anathema to the experts – the same experts who categorically claim that the Great Pyramid is Hufu’s tomb. Unable to reject the geological discoveries (which found widespread support among Schoch’s scientists), Egyptologists resorted to the simple argument that this contradicts everything else that is “known” about Egyptian history. Zahi Howas, the head of the Sphinx and the Pyramids, states: “We have no architectural evidence, we have no textual evidence to show that at that time there was someone in Egypt to sculpt a statue like this.” evidence is tucked under the rug to maintain the paradigm and eliminate the danger of rewriting history books. These skeptics will now have to reflect the fact that the Sphinx faces east, right along the thirtieth parallel north to the Sinai, confirming the textual and geographical evidence that a space center once existed at that same latitude. Has the Sphinx ever had the face of a god? It seems very likely. Of course, there is a long-standing belief that the Sphinx had the features of Hor-Ahiti – the Eagle of the Horizon – and one of the earliest Egyptian gods, Ra, was known by that name. It is certainly no coincidence that the eastern horizon actually marks the direction where the “eagles” landed. Of course, there is a long-standing belief that the Sphinx had the features of Hor-Ahiti – the Eagle of the Horizon – and one of the earliest Egyptian gods, Ra, was known by that name. It is certainly no coincidence that the eastern horizon actually marks the direction where the “eagles” landed. Of course, there is a long-standing belief that the Sphinx had the features of Hor-Ahiti – the Eagle of the Horizon – and one of the earliest Egyptian gods, Ra, was known by that name. It is certainly no coincidence that the eastern horizon actually marks the direction where the “eagles” landed.
Find out from Chapter Eight
- The detailed geographical and textual evidence strongly suggests the previous existence of space facilities built by the gods in Giza, Heliopolis, Baalbek, Jerusalem and the Sinai Peninsula.
- Jericho, along with Beth-El and Kadesh-Barnea, were built as defensive settlements to guard access to space facilities.
- The wear of the Sphinx and the archaeological dating of early Jericho prove that these sites predated the earliest civilizations by millennia.
- the physical evidence in Jebel Barkap and the Great Pyramid support in detail the explanations for the gods, as described in the Sumerian texts.