Explore the Realities behind Legends of Antediluvian Civilizations and Ancient Extraterrestrial Influences.
Contemporary research reveals a stunning antiquity of civilization on our planet as archaeology unearths buried civilizations and discovers long submerged cities. Previous academic theories of the origins of civilization have fallen forfeit to finds at archaeological sites worldwide: Gunung Padang in Indonesia (c. 22,000 BC); inscriptions in the ancient Egyptian Temple of Edfu, recounting a historical record extending back to 18,000 BC; Nabta Playa in the Sahara Desert of southern Egypt (c. 16,500 BC); Puma Punku in the Andean Mountains of western Bolivia (c. 15,000 BC); Göbekli Tepe in the Anatolia region of Turkey (c. 12,000 BC); the vast submerged city in the Gulf of Khambhat off the Arabian Sea coast of India (c. 9,500 BC); the underwater Yonaguni complex offshore of the westernmost inhabited island of Japan (c. 8,000 BC); and the extensive sunken city of Dwarka offshore of Gujarat, India (c. 7,000 BC).
The evidence of exceedingly ancient civilizations, coupled with the remaining traces of their advanced technologies and abilities, raises profound questions. Archaeologists point out that many of those constructions—such as the Great Pyramid or the incredibly precise andesite stonework at Puma Punku—would even today be extremely difficult to duplicate and certainly impossible to surpass.
Bearing mute witness to the magnificence of mysterious ancient civilizations, the whole theory of progress hesitates before these testaments in stone.
How did small stone-age cultures rise to the level where they were able to construct vast cities and immense megalithic complexes?
The creation stories of civilizations worldwide relate that their progenitors came from the stars or the heavens. Native Americans recount that their antecedents were “The Sky People” and “Star Beings.” The builders of Teotihuacan describe their gods as having descended from the heavens. Egyptian texts speak of their “bringers of knowledge” coming from Sahu and Sopdit (Orion and Sirius) in a “cosmic egg radiating colored light,” circa 18,000 BC.
The pre-Tibetan Zhang Zhung tradition describes their “god” Gekhoe as having descended to earth in a “resplendent jeweled egg” while “radiating brilliant hues on father mountain and mother lake,” at which time “in the sky there appeared brilliant lights, melodious sounds in space, and many other wonderful occurrences,” circa 16,000 BC.
The Maya, the pre-Incans, the Sumerians, and so many others, all express the same account in diverse symbolic languages—their “gods” came from the stars, bringing advanced knowledge and the gift of civilization. These cultures were greatly separated both geographically and chronologically, yet their creation stories are strikingly similar and, in many cases, virtually identical. Who were these “gods”? From where did they come?
Explore answers to these questions and discover knowledge that for long millenniums has remained concealed under layers of legend and secrecy. A truly incomparable book for anyone interested in greatly expanding their knowledge and personal power, and especially fascinating for anyone interested in the realities behind the ubiquitous legends of antediluvian civilizations and ancient extraterrestrial influences.