These people believed the same or exceedingly similar things, long before the advent of ocean or air going transportation for that matter, and long
before fast communication - not even pony express
. How is it the inca had similar beliefs to the hebrews, for example, during a time when ocean
going vessels capable of crossing the atlantic didn't exist, according to recorded history. And why then was it modified by the arrival of beings of
Light and/or "the gods" in almost every instance? In Sumeria, there was An, Ki, Enlil (later known as Ba'al), in South America there was
Quetzacoatl, in Egypt there was Osiris, etc. Ba'al was a Son of God and a Fallen Angel as was Quetzacoatl. (just briefly skimming) They all had
the same knowledge originally but it was modified by the arrival of the Fallen Angels, who taught the people civilization and false religions (these
events are found in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Book of Enoch and Book of Giants, the Bible, and even in some egyptian hieroglyphics and papyri, and in the
cuneiform history of Sumeria and the tales of the inca.) Here's an excerpt from one such inca tale:
THE NATIVES OF THIS LAND affirm that in the beginning, and before this world was created, there was a being called Viracocha. He created a dark world
without sun, moon or stars. Owing to this creation he was named Viracocha Pachayachachi, which means "Creator of all things." And when he had
created the world he formed a race of giants of disproportioned greatness (my note: the offspring of the Sons of God - et.al, false religion
infiltrated the inca at this point, as well as civilization) painted and sculptured, to see whether it would be well to make real men of that size. He
then created men in his likeness as they are now; and they lived in darkness. - VIRACOCHA AND THE COMING OF THE INCAS from "History of the Incas" by
Pedro Sarmiento De Gamboa, translated by Clements Markham, Cambridge: The Hakluyt Society 1907, pp. 28-58.
That was the established oral history of the inca, prior to and following the arrival of the Sons of God/Fallen Angels and/or Zecharia Sitchin's
"Aliens" that he calls the "Annunaki." So using his Annunaki reference, and based on the stories of Ancient Sumerian events (being the oldest
civilization) a global timetable can be established
To follow this arrival, all one has to do is look at the timetable for arrival of these ancient civilizations:
The Antediluvian Timetable of Mesopatamian Civilization
Ubaid 5000-3500 B.C.
Uruk 3500-3100 B.C.
Jemdet Nasr 3100-2900 B.C. Annunaki (Sons of God) arrive
Early Dynastic I-III 2900-2350 B.C.
The Antediluvian Timetable of Ancient Egyptian Civilization:
Predynastic until 3000
Archaic 3000 -- 2700 Annunaki (Sons of God) arrive
OLD KINGDOM 2700 -- 2200
The Antediluvian Timetable of Nubia Civilization:
3000 to 2350 Annunaki (Sons of God) arrive
The Antediluvian Timetable of Chinese Civilization:
2637 to 2350 Annunaki (Sons of God) arrive
The Antediluvian Timetable of Indian (India) Civilization:
3000 to 2350 Annunaki (Sons of God) arrive
There's several interesting stories that ufo-logists attribute to the arrival of these Ancient "Aliens", which correlate with the arrival of the
Sons of God in the Book of Enoch. There was, however, an older truth than those of the Sons of God.
Some people get tripped up at the arrival point of Sons of God, thinking that these ancient "gods" were either fictitious, were aliens, or were real
gods. Well, that is both wrong and right in my opinion, as they were real, but they were not gods, they were Sons of God in their Fallen State - they
left their first estate (or if you believe Sitchin, they "fell" to earth (landed on earth). They came down to the earth, according to scripture and
not only developed civilization (along with all its trappings) but also modified the human genome by breeding with humans, creating a race of modified
humans with superior strength, stature and so on (think Gilgamesh, Goliath, etc). These were the "giants" referred to in antediluvian times also,
as well as the source of vampire tales, tales of Hercules and the ilk. Think of all the countless tales of the "gods" having sex with humans - the
list is huge. Zeus spent so much time banging human females in the ancient tales, half of Europe should've been his descendants. These were not
entirely fictional in my opinion. I think the events actually happened, and the stories were just presented from the cultural perspective of the time
and place, and modified with age, natural disaster and so on. Heck, even Merlin was supposedly the offspring of the "gods."
Think about it.
[Edited on 26-5-2004 by Undomiel]