Thursday, October 23, 2014
The Sumerian King List
The numbers generally conform to the following pattern: Prehistory or what is better called the antediluvian era was established 250,000 years ago and was managed under a special form of divine kinship. We presume alien and we even have likely skeletons as well. This covers the creation of modern man through hybridization using Terran stock and genetic enhancement which is evident in our genome as well. We then rose in population under this guidance and shared mind to mind communication with ourselves and the animal kingdom. This period of time was known as the Garden of Eden epoch as evidenced particularly in South Africa. This ended about 45,000 years ago with us losing mind to mind communication.
Retaining divine guidance mankind populated the lands available and achieved modernity. The decision was then made to evacuate the Earth and impact a comet to shift the crust. This was done around 12900 BP and served to end the conditions supporting the northern ice age.
After things had settled down colonizing ships landed and immediately established our presence and localized agricultural protocols to support a rising population throughout the Earth. The originals had thousand year lifespans but this was quickly lost, but not before providing at least four thousand years of continuity. This takes us to six thousand years ago when mankind began a rapid territorial expansion and the history and world we understand emerged. Divine direct involvement appears to have ended with the colonies themselves.
This is what i think we know so far.
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 that the Sumerian King List, an ancient manuscript originally recorded in the Sumerian language, listing kings of Sumer (ancient southern Iraq) from Sumerian and neighbouring dynasties, their supposed reign lengths, and the locations of "official" kingship. What makes this artefact so unique is the fact that the list blends apparently mythical pre-dynastic rulers with historical rulers who are known to have existed.
- See more at: http://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-legends-asia/sumerian-king-list-still-puzzles-historians-after-more-century-research-001287#sthash.8tbFScgj.dpuf