FOLLOWING THE FAINT FOOTSTEPS OF ANGELS Part 2
IN INDIAN ANCIENT HISTORY and the Hindu Vedas of that period, we find accounts of Vimana’s, (flying machines) – with diagrams included. Their recorded history tells of wars in the sky and of lethal weapons. Hindu scripts claim that a weapon exploded around 12,000 years ago in the fight between Raman and Ravana “a single projectile charged with all the power of the Universe…..” how it reduced to ashes, an entire race.
Why have we not been told? Is it because these facts were not well known, or kept under wraps by those who did know - the proof, quickly hidden – what they don’t want us to know?
If we mix in the tales of the Greek gods with those of the Norse Vikings, together with our ancient nursery rhymes, like shuffling packs of cards intent on a game of patience, we will awaken a better understanding that these entities really did exist. So do they still?
Cross reference those stories still further with accounts from the Old Testament: the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah (and three other cities), the two angels messengers/emissaries who sought out Lot and his family urging them to flee, Lot’s wife turning into a pillar of salt (or was it stone or ash – due to an atomic bomb?). Take into account Ezekiel’s trip to the stars returning younger than his grandson (time warp). There, for sure, are mysteries to excite the thoughtful mind.
Google “Mud fossils”. Find, ``This Egyptian statue appears to have anatomical human remains under the eroded exterior.” Check out Pompeii if you will.
In Sumer, the site of the earliest known civilization so far, located in the southernmost part of Mesopotamia, between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers,(now southern Iraq) around 2,750 BC, 5,000 year old tablets recount there ruled the semi-divine, tyrannical Gilgamesh. Semi-divine? By virtue of his mother, the goddess Ninsun, he was none the less considered mortal. “Gods?” Did the Greek gods really exist? According the ancient records, the answer is “Yes!” they were not just myths.
The existence of gods with a small ‘g’ in no way conflicts with our strong belief and respect for the Sole Ultimate Source for Good God we relate to with a capital “G”; in fact the ancient history confirms the view: they revered a Supreme Being, a creator of all. Described in one text as “the One who contains the entire universe."
Accounts tell us Anu was the name of the Mesopotamian leader 5,000 years ago. Enlil and Enki were his sons. Anu’s consort being the goddess Uras. Ishtar was one of their daughters. In Hittite mythology, Anu was the son of the god Alalu (Aleluya/Halleluja?) These visitors from the sky lived for much longer than our three score years and ten. In living for thousands of years, they were considered immortal - divine. Consider how much we learn in our young life to three score years and ten – how much more would we come to know if we lived longer? With the recorded longevity of these beings, (the sky gods) compared to our own short span, it is clear how they could know so much more than man. Some sought to benefit mankind by teaching us about ways to heal as in the story of Raphael and Tobias.
to be continued …….
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