The Pyramid and the Sphinx in Egypt are much older than stated

Our origin is deliberately hidden from us

The answers lie in Sumer

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New model for the origin of man

The first secrets of the world, related to our origin, have been withheld from us for centuries. Neither of both theories, the “evolution theory” nor the “creation theory” explains the real origin of the human individual. Darwin’s theory of survival of the fittest, does not explain how man has overcome the thousands of flaws within the human DNA structure, while the creation theory ignores the impressive number of ancient fossils and artefacts found across the globe. There is clearly a need for the truthful model of our origin.

Very recently, confusion has arisen around these theories on the origin of modern-day man through the discovery of fossils that indicate that the Neanderthal man, a primitive man, lived alongside Cro-Magnon, the modern man, in what is now Israel. Surprisingly, these two race varieties did not mix together. There is only one solution to this enigma, writes author James Schreeve in his book “The Neanderthal Enigma”, and that is that the Neanderthal man and the modern man did not intersect nor interbreed, because they could not.


As far as reproduction is concerned, they were incompatible. They were two different species. Scientific research has indeed shown that the remains of modern man in prehistoric Israel are no less than forty thousand years older than the remains of Neanderthals. That alone makes the theory of continuous evolution indefensible.


This conclusion may also offer the solution to the question of the ‘missing link’ between primitive and modern man, namely that this link does not exist. Clearly, therefore, there have always been totally different kinds of people, which means that a new model for the origin of humans must be drawn up.


A growing number of archaeologists, theologians, and historians; defend the ready-made answers that conventional science has always offered. However, these scientists do not just assess these insights, consequently defending their ideas with skin and hair. They are just as unyielding and determined as those who declare that the earth is flat, who continue to defend their theories to the bitter end, despite the growing evidence to the contrary.


Many of the mysteries of our planet are related to artefacts that are thousands of years old. Amongst others are the discovered and translated clay tablets, on which the spectres of the planets Venus and Saturn are described with their seven satellites, that were observed in ancient Babylon without the use of telescopes.

Or, what about for e.g. the rectangular ziggurat that was built approximately 8000 BC. It was discovered quite recently in the vicinity of Okinawa, which, points to a people with advanced technology that lived long before the generally accepted date of the first civilisation on our planet.


The question arises: Why don’t we know about our past and the many objects that have been found? Presumably, over the centuries, much of the literature and artefacts have been destroyed deliberately, all part of the plan in the grand scheme of things to keep the people ignorant and asleep? Nothing remained after the destruction of the Egyptian library in the temple of Ptah in Memphis. Similarly, 200,000 precious works disappeared during the destruction of the Pergamum library in Asia Minor. When the Romans destroyed the city of Carthage, they extinguished 500,000 books and when Julius Caesar unleashed his war on Egypt, it resulted in the loss of the library in Alexandria, which was considered to harbour the largest collection of books and manuscripts of ancient times.


Due to these tragedies, we are now dependent on individual fragments, random passages and poor reports, complains author Andrew Tomas. Our distant past has been sucked into a vacuum that has been randomly augmented with tablets, parchments, sculptures, paintings and various art objects, all carefully selected to mislead us and rock us to sleep with a cocktail of half-truths and deception. The history of true science would look very different today if the collection of Alexandria books would still have existed.


The Pyramid and the Sphinx in Egypt are much older than stated

The mystery of the past of mankind is symbolised by two of the oldest structures on earth; the Great Pyramid and the Sphinx in Egypt. According to numerous archaeologists, these were constructed about 4,500 years ago. The recent discovery on the surface of the pyramids of erosion due to heavy rainfall, is a phenomenon that could only have occurred more than ten thousand years ago, before the Giza Plateau became a desert. This confirms that these structures were built thousands of years before the emergence of the ancient Egyptian civilisation.


Everywhere in the world, unmistakable traces of prehistoric civilisations have been discovered which do not fit into the conventional narrative of our history. Author Alan Alford writes in his book “Scientific Proof of Flesh and Blood Gods”; “There seems to be a shadowy, prehistoric existence as an inheritance in the form of stone, maps and mythology, which can only be deciphered with current technology.” Who were these people and how did they get their technologies? Could such a prehistoric, advanced civilisation be the basis for the legends of Atlantis and Mu? People who are somewhat suspicious and sceptical, see this as a conspiracy of the Elite to maintain power and control by consciously leaving people in the dark about their true origins and about our inherent capabilities.


The idea that man’s origin is deliberately hidden from us is to a large extent very disturbing to those who have built their careers on the longstanding evolution from the primitive, barbaric man to the civilised man.


It appears that loose segments of prehistoric knowledge have continued to exist in various forms through secret societies such as the Egyptian Mystery Schools and those of Pythagoras. These mysterious groups have not only delivered religious ideas such as reincarnation or soul relocation, but also practical knowledge in the fields of architectural design, greater architectural principles, astronomy, agronomy and historiography. One of the underlying and unitary ideas of early alliances was monotheism, the belief in a single, universal, creative God.


The answers lie in Sumer

The deepest secrets of the world lead back to Sumer in Mesopotamia, the first great civilisation known to man that flourished between the rivers Tigris and Euphrates in the upper regions of the Persian Gulf. This culture seemed to pop up out of nowhere more than six thousand years before it disappeared in an equally mysterious way, while it simultaneously influenced life on earth deeply.


Around 2400 BC. Semitic tribes attacked Sumer from the west and north and around 2350 BC. the country was dominated by the warlord Sargon the Great, the founder of the Semitic Akkadian dynasty that stretched from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea. After many years of war and popular migration, the Sumerian countries were united under Hammoerabi of Babylon. His famous Code of laws was ostensibly implemented by force to curb the masses of people.


Up to about 150 years ago, almost nothing was known about the Sumerians, until archaeologists, motivated by the writings of the Italian traveller Pietro della Valle, who lived in the early 17th century, began digging in the remarkable hills scattered across the countryside in the south of Iraq.


This is where the Frenchman Paul Emile Botta discovered the palace of Sargon II in 1843 near the present-day Khorsbad📍 At that time buried cities were discovered, ruined palaces, artefacts and thousands of clay tablets with detailed descriptions of each facet of Sumerian life.


Sumerian cuneiform script

At the end of the 19th century, the Sumerian tongue was recognised as an original language and its translation had begun. Despite this acquired knowledge, the general public knows very little about this first great human civilisation that suddenly appeared in Mesopotamia. It is a fascinating thought to learn more about this civilisation of six thousand years old, that was once widely known by the Egyptians, Greeks and Roman civilisations of later times.


The explanation lies in the Sumerian cuneiform script, as the papyrus roles of other ancient empires have unfortunately, perished over the course of time or were destroyed by wars and fire. In contrast, the cuneiform script was scratched with a pen on wet clay tablets from which a wedge-shaped script was formed. These tablets were then dried, baked and stored in large libraries. About five hundred thousand of these tablets have now been found and have provided today’s researchers with extremely valuable knowledge about the Sumerians.


Even at this point in time, a large portion of the tablets has still not been translated, because the vast quantity in need of translation exceeds the capacity of only a handful of knowledgeable translators to complete their translation. The Sumerian alphabet was an abbreviated spelling of a much older original written language consisting of pictograms, i.e. small symbols like the emoji on your telephone and iPad tablets, which at the time looked like Chinese characters. As a result, the translation thereof falls into a wide spectrum of possibilities, where insight and context must be applied to reach the correct interpretation.



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Archaeological research has shown that ca. 4000 BC. the Tigris-Euphrates valleys were drained, channels dug, dams and dikes erected, in short, a large-scale irrigation system was constructed, and large cities, as we know them today, were built.


Despite the fact that we have been lumbered with a mere superficial account of the Sumerian civilisation, we are coming to understand that they were pioneers in the world in many areas. According to Professor S.M. Kramer, author of the book ‘History Begins at Sumer and the Sumerians’, these people were the first to develop a writing system, the cuneiform script, the wheel, schools of medicine, the first written proverbs, historiography, the first two chamber parliament, a tax system, laws, social reforms, the first cosmogony and cosmology, and the first coinage system, based on a weighted silver coin, called a shekel.


The Sumerians travelled far and extensively, thanks to their developed techniques of shipbuilding and cartography, which they later handed down to the Phoenicians, who were located along the eastern Mediterranean coast, which now is Lebanon.


Their knowledge of the universe was both amazing and enigmatic. The entire concept of spherical astronomy, including the circle of 360º, the celestial arc, the horizon, the celestial axis, the poles, the ecliptic, the day and night phenomenon, etc. suddenly arose in Sumer, remarks author Alford. The Sumerian knowledge of the movements of the sun and the moon resulted in the first calendar in the world, which was later used for centuries by the Semites, Egyptians and the Greeks.


Alford maintains, few people realise that we owe not only our geometry, but also our modern time measurement systems to the Sumerian mathematical system, based on the number 60, as an hour has 60 minutes, and a minute, sixty seconds. This did not originate randomly, but was designed around the sexagesimal system, based on the number 60, explains Alford.


Moreover, the modern-day zodiac is a Sumerian creation, based on their twelve gods. They used their knowledge to map a cycle with great precision, dividing the manifestation of 360º as seen from the north pole of the earth, in the course of its twelve-month orbit around the sun, into twelve equal parts of 30º each.


Taken into account, were the slight deviations in the orbit of the earth. It takes 25,920 years for this cycle to run its course, which is otherwise known as the Platonic Year, named after the Greek scholar Plato by whom the Knights Templar, the Illuminati, and the Round Tables of Rhodes were all inspired.


The uncomfortable question that scientists are avoiding today is; How were the Sumerians, whose civilisation lasted for only two thousand years, ever able to correctly observe and precisely describe a celestial cycle, coming to the conclusion that it lasted 25,920 years? And why did their civilisation begin halfway through a period of the zodiac? Is this an indication that their knowledge of astronomy was a legacy of the gods? Alford asks.


These questions can be expanded with even deeper questions; How was it possible that the early primitives of some 6,000 years ago, suddenly changed from small groups of hunters to veritable, even by current standards, advanced civilisations?


Perhaps we can ask the Sumerians themselves on the basis of the acquired knowledge from their clay tablets? The answers to all these questions, they themselves claim, is that everything they accomplished came from their gods. All peoples of ancient times believed in gods which had descended from the heavens to earth, and which could choose to ascend to heaven at will, explains Zecharia Sitchin, among other things, in his book the Twelfth Planet.


Sitchin argues that academic researchers could not possibly develop theories before the beginning of the 20th century on the basis of the knowledge and ideas that today are normal for us; Now that astronauts have landed on the moon and unmanned spacecraft are exploring other planets, it is easier to believe the prospect of a civilisation on a different planet, that was more developed than the earth’s civilisation at that time, and that this civilisation was able to land on planet Earth with its own astronauts. The Sumerians called these beings, who brought them great knowledge, the Anunnaki, or translated ‘Those who came to earth from the heavens’. In the next essay, we will delve deeper into these fascinating accounts of history; a history which has been intentionally and methodically kept from us, blank-slating our past for the purpose of inserting an edited, untruthful version of our true history, with the ultimate plan being that our oppressive rulers become our gods. Stay tuned!