Originally posted by The Vagabond
The book by Zecharia SitchinÂ’s, Â‘When Time BeganÂ’, contains more information about this Thoth/Quetzalcoatl connection. After the conquest of the
Mayas by the Spaniards, the cities were abandoned and the treasures of the temples forgotten.
Sitchin stands accussed of picking and choosing his translations and mythologies, on the verge of outright making it up, on the subject of Sumerian
texts and "Nibiru". I'll get details on that later, but you can probably find them with a search on the site for Coast to Coast AM with George
Noory. (George Noory has guests trashing Sitchin- that's a SERIOUS sign of credibility problems in the fringe-theorist world)
Slow down here. I have Zecharia Sitchin's book right here in front of me. In fact, ouf of his 6 main books, "When Time Began" is the one I am
currently up to. I have roughly 5 more pages to go before finnishing it. Then I'm off to read "Cosmic Code" next. In one of Zitchin's books does
he talk about any Emerald Tablets.
Next, Sitchin at the end of every book lists ALL of his sources
. So he is not making anything up. And everything he mentions can be
verified and checked on by anyone who takes the time and makes the effort.
G. Noory is the only
one who is a supposed critic of Sitchin. A closer examination of Noory quickly shows he does NOT try to refute Sitchen
and Sitchen's sources. Noory instead resorts to making a name for himself by trying to nag, harrague, Sitchen. The "I got my 5 seconds of fame"
Last Sitchen does not ONLY use Sumarian sources. He uses sources from Akkad, Assyria, Babylon, Phonecia, Rome, Greece, Egypt, Ethiopia, Asia, Europe,
Britian, S. America, C. America, N. America, and many, many, more sources. All of which he lists.
It should be understood that the Great Pyramid of Egypt has been and still is a temple of initiation into the mysteries. Jesus, Solomon, Apollonius
and others were initiated there.
Why did you have to say that? If I can't disprove that in the next 30 minutes I'll have no choice but to renounce Christ. (not really). How are you
going to tell me that Jesus was initiated there? I am assuming you have proof of some kind that you just forgot to show us. I just sort of assumed
that if there was documentation on Jesus at all, the bible would be the place to look. Luke Chapter 4 makes it clean enough to me that he was at the
temple in Jerusalem when Satan tempted him, and the mountain in the wilderness is traditionally located near the dead sea. Moot point though, because
it was a mountain in the wilderness, not a pyramid in the desert.
Don't get bent out of shape over it. It's not Jamuhn's quote. It's a quote from the top 3 internet sites on it. Google "Emerald Stones" and
browse the top 3 picks and read it for yourself. It's 75% mumbo jumbo. Jesus aka Jehushua was never inside the Great Pyramids. He was not a priest.
But if Jamuhn wants to believe there exists 13 ancient books let him.
The most silliest part is that those sites claim some modern day guy (in 1925) for some unknown reason recieved a mission to get the books from S.
America and return them to Egypt. Who's the mystery person who told him where they were located in S. America? Why after he got them would he need
"permission" to translate them?
And Jamuhn, if you are going to touch on Sitchin, then [bi]go all the way! Go out and buy and read all his books! You'll be drowning in
the true history of Thoth. He was a god yes. But he's a 3rd generation god. He's wise yes. But it was his father who tought him. And his father had
another god named Anu who was above him and his leader.
After reading the first 6 main books by Sitchen. Read "Genisis Revisited", and his newest book released in 2004 "The Lost Book of Enki".
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