posted on Nov, 8 2009 @ 06:22 PM
….and so stir the old gods.
This is merely an old thought I have had since puberty, and have finally afforded the opportunity to look further into it. That’s all. Do not take
it as my solid opinion or belief. As my research brings me further in, So too will my opinions and ideas evolve with my findings.
First let me coin the term Truth Seeker Spectrum. (Tss) The spectrum has two sides. Accepting, (what we call the believer) and Opposing (what we call
sceptical) toward the centre of the spectrum lie those that look at all possibilities and take the time to look at what they see without ruling out
either mundane or ET. Far left are the fanatical believers, and far right are the fanatical sceptics.
It matters little at this point what genre of faith you follow, or even where you are on the TSS. We all know something is happening. For the majority
that do not, there is little for you in this thread.
Of all the mysteries behind Celtic, and Scandinavian history, they have one commonly known historical fact. This is the same fact known to the people
all over the world In relation to the old gods, with the exception of Africa beyond Egypt. All the old gods said one common thing. “I will
The most fascinating facts about the Scandinavians is this: In Scandinavia, during the final battle when the christians were imposing their malevolent
culture on the people there, one person said to Odin himself, “Please leave us. We are tired of all the fighting. Please go.” And Odin responded
“I will return.” (Poetic/prose Eddas)
The Celts on the other hand, they had what were known as the Clan of Danu. Tuatha de Dannan. Long story short, they lost their final battle and were
asked to go, they did as asked, but went as fey folk in the mounds and in the earth. Around Samhain, if a person is worthy and at the right place,
they are allegedly invited into the fey realm.
Then we have the Egyptians, and early central/south Americas into the south west US. And the all too commonly debated Sumerians.
All had a single founding god. The monotheistic aspect if you will
Now here is something I have not yet seen taken into consideration. I will not postulate my finding here to be superior research work over
professionals, I simply haven’t seen this correlation.
The territories that stand close together in geophysical proximity have great similarity in names for their “all father”. Sumaria close to Egypt
Anu, and Nu. Egypt being slightly closer to Celtia Danu, and not too far from the Greeks Zeus then with the Romans having to romanticise everything
JU(piter)The scandanavians being further north and farther from the rest of the continent of Europe and Asia Minor territories, have Odin.
The Aztecs and Maya were not that far off from one another, slightly different names, as they were different times, and different dialectical
languages, which leads one to wonder how the Inca’s came up with the name Inti. (that’s another paper)
The oldest known being about equal are the Egyptians and the Sumerians. Anu and Nu were recognised as the all fathers here. And like all the afore
mentioned cultures, both came with their people from the stars. (or heavens if you will but they are one in the same) We know these gods, through
history, and study, that the majority of these gods came with guardians.
These guardians are often depicted as large, or giant beings with (and this is also universal) serpent, or alligator/crocodile heads. Or they were
just large and had reptilian-esque skin. Now perhaps this was a fad for people of earth back in those days, but one does have to ask themselves
regardless of what side of the TSS they are on, How did these people coincidentally decide that lizards are cool enough to deify as holy guardians to
We see models of flying machines all over the scriptures of the ancient ones. We see carvings, fetishes, and cave paintings of these lizard-esque
peoples representing gods, or guardians over homes, and in burial chambers of the old world ranging from snakes being drawn around a scene, to the
alligator headed guardians of Sumer and Egypt to what I call the Juan-ti (D&D thing) holding her baby as a what looks to be a humanoid lizard person
We see what can arguably be called evidence that these bringers if art, math and science were literally from other places. (um.. not locally here on
earth) and at the same time we see how these same evidences can be arguably more mundane than not.
What intrigues me are not the paintings, the edifices, the artifacts, or even the primitive astronauts found all over the world as a blatant warning
that we aren’t nor have we ever been alone, What intrigues me are the similarities in the names, and roles, of these gods throughout the globe.
Mainly, with the Celts, the Egyptians, and Sumerians.
With these three in particular, and possibly from the Greek as well, is that they all came here the same way, and this also spans into the Americas,
and Asia. All had come from the stars, and all left after a great battle. The only exception being the Tuatha de Dannan of the Celts (the latest and
We can go to every country and every continent all over the globe and see the same things. The gods come to remove a hostile and malevolent source of
tyranny that are larger in size than the humans they oversee. A battle takes place for dominance. The gods teach science, art, astronomy, math and
reading during their brief rule, there is a final battle, and the gods tell the people they will return. The only exception to this rule is the last
dominion of the old gods, the land of the Celts.
[edit on 9-11-2009 by stanlee]