posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 05:34 PM
The Long Lived Sumerian Kings
April 24, 2010
Serbsta, you have stumbled on evidence that can be somewhat explained, but I doubt a lot of people will believe it. I will relate the causes for you
First, I have to take it on your say so that these guys were all Sumerian, because that is important or key identification that explains a few things.
Second, these kings did live quite long lives but the reigns are exaggerated. A 1,000 years old would not be out of the ordinary for them.
The answer is racial. Or at least part of the answer has to do with the origin of the Sumerians. Here is a little history then:
Approximately 250,000 years ago there occurred a major rebellion. The then ruling chief whose headquarters were located in what is today southern
Iraq and on land which extended several hundred kilometers under what is now the Persian Gulf. This ruling chief was a spiritual being and not
visible to the tribes around him. However, this chief depended on a visible staff so modified in body form so that they may continue to serve the
chief indefinitely. When the chief rebelled, the material staff took sides. Some stood up for the chief while others fled the region.
The material staff of this chief numbered 100 and of that 100 about 60 of them chose to stay with the chief. One of the staff was named “Nod”.
Up until this time, the chief had been following the rules that no sexual liaisons were to be instituted, but upon the rebellion, he gave Nod and the
others permission to experiment with reproduction of their kind. The rebels were attempting to increase their numbers in order to maintain their
influence in the region.
Nod produced many children with others of the rebels staff and founded what became known as a separate race on our planet - the Nodites. The land of
Nod was the headquarter area where the greatest accumulation of offspring resided and from where they projected their influence and power into the
The Nodites overspread the middle eastern areas and established racial identity as the Syrian Nodites, the pre-sumerian Nodites, the Elamite Nodites,
and mingled with what is now Turkey to form a distinct grouping with the Vanites (who were established around Lake Van in those days. The lake takes
its name from the material staff leader, Van, who remained loyal). What is essential to know is that Nod’s genetics were not strictly evolutionary,
but contained those antibodies in the blood stream which allowed his body system to connect to the rejuvenating spiritual circuits keeping him (and
others of the material staff) alive indefinitely.
Upon the rebellion taking place, Nod and the other rebel material staff had those rejuvenating circuits cut off. They could no longer access them
and, in effect, humanized and eventually had to face mortality just as any human does. Nod arrived to be in service to the chief about 500,000 years
ago, and served for 250,000 years by his side before the rebellion. Upon entering into rebellion with the chief, Nod lost the circuits and lived
another 2 or 3 thousand years until the body was exhausted. Nod passed on the genetics of these extraordinary inheritance factors. But in each
generation that followed, the length of life continued to lessen until the race became so admixed with the other evolutionary races on the planet that
they aged as the rest of the world was doing. Because Nod was respected for his expertise in industry and trade and was a leader directly associated
with the rebel chief, his sons in particular became candidates to be kings and chiefs of their kind in lands far distant to the Nodite homeland.
The Tower of Bable:
After the submergence of Dalamatia (the Iraqi old city of the chief) the Nodites moved north and east, presently founding the new city of Dilmun as
their racial and cultural headquarters. And about fifty thousand years after the death of Nod, when the offspring of the chief’s staff had become
too numerous to find subsistence in the lands immediately surrounding their new city of Dilmun, and after they had reached out to intermarry with the
surrounding tribes adjoining their borders, it occurred to their leaders that something should be done to preserve their racial unity. Accordingly a
council of the tribes was called, and after much deliberation the plan of Bablot, a descendant of Nod, was endorsed.
The Nodites could not agree on the tower design and split between those who wished to glorify the Nodite people and those who sought to dedicate the
tower to a religious purpose. The religious group were promptly voted down. The majority rejected the teaching that their ancestors had been guilty of
rebellion; they resented such a racial stigma. Having disposed of one of the three angles to the dispute (the religious faction) and failing to settle
the other two by debate, they fell to fighting. The religionists, the noncombatants, fled to their homes in the south, while their fellows fought
until well-nigh obliterated.
About twelve thousand years ago a second attempt to erect the tower of Babel was made. The mixed races of the area (Nodites (long heads and dark hair)
mixing with and an early white race (pre-Caucasian)) undertook to raise a new temple on the ruins of the first structure, but there was not
sufficient support for the enterprise; it fell of its own pretentious weight. This region was long known as the land of Babel.
A Final Note:
I am telling true history which originates from the ancient records of the rebel chief. When they are made available to the general public, much of
the history of the Middle East will have to be revived to show that many of its people were admixed with the slaves of the evolutionary races and of
the aristocracy of the spiritual world. Now before anyone begins to say this may explain how the Egyptians built the pyramids, I can say from that
record, the pyramids were man made and mainly because the Egyptians were very talented engineers. They did not receive superhuman help. The tradition
of temple building and grand palaces were part of the inheritance of the grandeur of the original chief’s headquarters sent here to upstep the
intellectual and spiritual lives of a primitive world. It ended in an unmitigated disaster and in many respects, the Nodites were an accidental race.
No one foresaw what would happen and what the consequences would be.