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The origins of human beings according to ancient Sumerian texts

Sumer, or the ‘land of civilized kings’, flourished in Mesopotamia, now modern-day Iraq, around 4500 BC. Sumerians created an advanced civilization with its own system of elaborate language and writing, architecture and arts, astronom...

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Utnapishtim And The Babylonian Flood Story

The ancient story of the great Flood has been re-told world-wide. We find accounts of the event among many ancient cultures all across the world. They all have myths and legends describing a time in the distant past when a horrifying ...

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Ancient Sumerian Writings Reveal the Earth was Ruled by Eight Immortal Kings for 241,200 Years

More than a dozen copies of a mysterious text referred to as the Sumerian King Lists have been uncovered over the years by archaeologists in regions as disparate as ancient Babylon, Susa, and Assyria.

They are all believed to be...

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The Story of Genies

Genies (or jinn, as they are better known in the world) are supernatural beings with origins in early Mesopotamian legends. Jinn, nevertheless, aren't the lamp-dwelling, wish-granting benevolent servants who Westerners know from popul...

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Religion in the Ancient World

Religion (from the Latin Religio, meaning 'restraint’, or Relegere, according to Cicero, meaning 'to repeat, to read again’, or, most likely, Religionem, to show respect for what is sacred) is an organized system of beliefs and practi...

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Planet X – Is there Scientific Evidence?

In 1976, in his book “The 12th Planet”, the late author Zecharia Sitchin (1920-2010) introduced the controversial hypothesis that modern humans did not evolve naturally, but instead they were genetically created by a race of anthropom...

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Jews By the Rivers of Babylon

In the 6th-century BC, the armies of Babylon destroyed Jerusalem and the Kingdom of Judah. They tore down the town walls, burnt the temples, and ran down every person who attempted to escape. The few survivors were dragged from the ho...

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The Cult of Mithra: Sacred Temples, Vedic Legends, and Ancient Armenian Knowledge

Mithra was the god of light, purity, goodness, truth and occupied an important place in the faith of the ancient India-European peoples.

There are various opinions on the spread of the Mithra (or Mithras, Mitra) cult, but the mo...

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The Mermaid in Mythology

A mermaid is a mythological marine creature with a human head and torso and the tail of a water animal such as a fish. The word is a compound of mere, the Old English word for "sea," and maid, a woman. The male alternative is a merman...

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Astrology and Astronomy in Iran and Ancient Mesopotamia

Astrology is an occult practice that originated in ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, India and China. The oldest records belong to the 2nd millennium BC and from the Old Babylonian period. However, Sumerians had some understanding of the su...

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About Reincarnation

Reality is a consciousness experiment set in linear time to experience emotions. Within the matrix of its design all things occur at the same time, hence there is no past, present or future, but multidimensional experiences souls have...

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Lamassu: The Protectors Of Mesopotamia

Lamassu are human-headed, eagle-winged, bulls or lions who once shielded cities in Mesopotamia. They have been thought to be very strong animals, and functioned both as a clear reminder of the king's supreme authority and symbols of s...

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Universal Myths Of The Ancient World

No matter where you’re from, you probably have your fair share of wild myths. From stuff like the legend of King Arthur and his magic BFF to the mischievous gods of Ancient Greece to the insane epics of Hindu mythology, just about eve...

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The Sumerian King List still puzzles historians after more than a century of research

Out of the many incredible artefacts that have been recovered from sites in Iraq where flourishing Sumerian cities once stood, few have been more intriguing than the Sumerian King List, an ancient manuscript originally recorded in the...

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Three Ancient Texts That Completely Shatter History as We Know It

There are numerous ‘controversial’ ancient texts that have bene found throughout the years around the globe. Most of them are firmly rejected by mainstream scholars since they oppose nearly everything set forth by mainstream historian...

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Heavy Rain In Iraq Reveals Lost Babylonian Artifacts

Ancient clay tablets, pottery, and metal have been discovered after Iraq's recent storms.

The last few months in Iraq have witnessed exceptionally heavy and prolonged rains that have not just put an...

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The Anunnaki Gods: Who Are They?
Quetzalcoatl, Viracocha and Kukulkan are the ancient gods of Mesoamericans. There is a chance that these 3 are just one deity. According to descriptions of all 3 gods, they have features or characteristics of a citizen of Sou...
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Deified Heroes: Etana and Gilgamesh

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God and Heroes and the "Seven Sleepers"--Quests of Etana, Gilgamesh, Hercules, &c.--The Plant of Birth--Eagle carries Etana to Heaven--Indian Parallel--Flights of Nimrod, Alexander the Great, and a Gaelic Her...

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Religion in Iran Manichaeism

The Sassanian Dynasty ruled over Iran for more than four centuries (226-642 A.D.) to all outward appearance with great splendour and glory. Yet when the Sassanian Empire came to grips with the desert Arabs, inspired with the new Gospe...

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Lost Children of the Anunnaki : Melanesian Tribe’s DNA Carries Genes from Unknown Species

Scientists recently discovered that islanders from Melanesia posses genes belonging to an unknown hominid species. Will this prove our Anunnaki ancestry?

On October 20, the American Society of Human Genetics held its annual meet...

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The Mythical Lamassu: Impressive Symbols for Mesopotamian Protection

Lamassu are human-headed, eagle-winged, bulls or lions that once protected cities in Mesopotamia. They were believed to be very powerful creatures, and served both as a clear reminder of the king’s ultimate authority and as symbols of...

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