Originally posted by serbsta
Flagged for your efforts. If you have not gone there already, you're research will directly lead you to mythology, on a global scale. I found myself
beating around the bush, so to speak, for a while, before stumbling across 3 identical 'mythological' figures, one from Central America, one from
Egypt and one from Mesopotamia. One thing lead to another and before I knew it I immersed myself with myths from every corner of the globe, and to my
wonder I found books written and documentaries produced on this very topic.
Myth is truth, and truth is myth, not in all cases though.
Enjoy your future research, you are entering a goldmine.
Well, it's led me down this
path - any gentle nudging you would like to provide?
Has anyone made this connection, yet?
This should probably be its own thread, but funny thing is, I'm not exactly sure which forum I would put it in, because the implications are
across the board
: Secret Societies | Ancient Civilizations | Aliens | etc.
I've spent a lot of time on this website and other places, and the weird reality is, the more you study about conspiracy theories, the more tangents
and rat-holes you are led down.
THEN... it all starts to come to together.
Let's start off with a known. A given....
The Bilderberg Group
- an unofficial, annual, invitation-only conference of around 120-140 guests, most of whom are persons of great
influence, wealth, and power. It is often viewed as the main Secret Society that governs all others. Its members have known affiliations with every
group (with secrets) from the Freemasons to Skull & Bones to Illuminati to the Council on Foreign Relations to the Tri-lateral Commission
- A collection of some of the most powerful men in the world who meet annually at Bohemain Grove, located at 20601 Bohemian
Avenue, in Monte Rio, California for a three-week encampment where, among other things, they conduct a ceremony of worship to a mammoth statue of an
owl, also known as...
) - which was shortened from Bel-Moloch, or "the Bel," as in "Brotherhood of the Bell." This was a
trend toward monotheism. Thus, the term Bel-Moloch referred to Moloch, to which all of the gods in the pantheon became a derivative aspect of their
"great god" leader...
– a Mesopotamian / Babylonian God - “ruler of the cosmos” - who's known relatives / associates are...
Anu, Enki, & Enlil
– ALL of whom (and more) are discussed in great detail and length in Robert Morning Sky's...
– The supposed “lost history of mankind” (and planet Earth). Dictated/passed down to RMS by his grandfather who was one of
six young Native Americans who witnessed the crash of a spaceship in 1947, shortly after the now-famous Roswell incident, and rescued a 'space
being' (Bek Ti) from the wreckage, who conveyed this history to them while being nursed back to health. The story, that starts out sounding like
fantasy straight from the movie, Star Wars, is replete with characters, and references (to the Annunaki, specifically, but more on that in a sec),
that are well known throughout the...
– the “Sudden Civilization” that spawned around 4000BC in between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. They became the most
advanced civilization on Earth, creating incredible developments in mathematics, science, astrology, architecture and agriculture and are credited
with many inventions such as the early developments of the wheel, military weaponry and cuneiform, the first writing system in the world. Not only
that, but they spoke often and about...
– the collective term for their deities meaning something to the effect of 'those of royal blood'. These Gods from the
Heavens possessed incredible abilities and knowledge of human genetics. Enki created the first humans, AD.AM and EVE. Enlil created the land that
Whether or not you subscribe to Zecharia Sitchin's interpretation of ancient Sumerian 'texts' introduces an entirely new collection of beliefs that
range from the amazing (yet, logical) to the bizarre.
So... what conclusion(s) can be draw from all of this?