posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 01:32 AM
This is a thread was awesome to read as it reminded me of when, a few years ago, I first started reading about histories that I did not know existed.
Indeed it was facinating to read so many similarities shared between so many different cultures and religions. It actually made me laugh as I thought
of the old saying "Nothing new under the sun".
I get very excited when some new artifact or structure is found that yet again pre-dates anything before it. Its like finding another clue to
something we humans have lost. I often think that because we dont like not knowing a definitive answer to the "how and why" of something, we either
discard it as not important or we invent something that makes sense. At least it will make sense for the current standards.
I wish I could add to what the OP has written, but I cannot remember all of the links and books that I read, although some have already been listed.
I will give a link to a site that has some wonderful pictures of Sumerian artifacts, called XFACTS
The rest of the site is about support of Sitchens theories, however, please dont let that deter you from looking at the Sumerian artifacts that are
There are some amazing images there. I am excited about the next series in this thread, as I am sure to find something new!
I would like to know
if there are any good books, or writings about the Vedas that are written in a way so as to help a "beginner" read and understand them. I have yet
to find anything like that. I have found a few translated texts of the Vedas into english, but I must admit my ignorance as to comprehending what is
This is mainly because I am sure I am missing important definitions of key names and terms. If anyone can recommend a good book or site for me I
would very much appreciate it.