The future in our past 4 of 4 – Lost fathers, Antediluvian civilizations

Lost fathers: antediluvian civilizations would solve many mysteries of our past

Not until we have taken a look into the future shall we be strong and bold enough to investigate our past honestly and impartially” – Erich von Däniken


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Content in a flash

  1. Huang-Di: the yellow emperor: The yellow emperor summoned a dragon and possessed a flying chariot in 3000 BC;
  2. A cyclical timeline & Antediluvian civilizations: An alternative approach to how societies have evolved can transform our view of what has been possible. Antediluvian civilizations would solve many mysteries of our past: have they existed?
  3. Seven eXtraHumans gems: A sneak peak into the eXtraHuman future and what you might expect in our upcoming journey.

 

12. Huang-Di: the yellow emperor.


Another very curious out of place story arrives this time from the far East and concerns the earliest Chinese emperor Huang-Di, better known as the yellow emperor. He was believed to have descended to Earth in a thunderbolt on a clear day. He ruled China for over a hundred years around 3000 BC, and is said to have brought several breakthroughs to Earth.

Chinese medicine, wooden houses, bow and arrow, writing, transportation, weapons and even specific government institutions are attributed to his intervention.
Huangdi’s wife was instead reputed to have discovered sericulture (silk production) and to have taught women how to breed silkworms and weave fabrics of silk.


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Now, just like all the other ancient astronauts who arrived here in ancient times, Huang-Di possessed advanced technology and extensive knowledge of the stars. Legend has it that he could summon a “dragon” from the sky, a dragon that was described as having metal scales.
According to the ancient Chinese writings, he possessed a “magic chariot” called Changhuan. This chariot carried Huang-Di to any part of his kingdom at high speed, and no one was allowed on it in his absence.

A story tells of a man who, incapable of resisting curiosity to see what the world was like away from his land, dared to contravene this rule and sneaked inside the Changhuan. According to the legend, when the man returned shortly afterwards, he had aged considerably. Some theorists believe that this may actually be related to the consequences of traveling at speeds greater than that of light.

 

13. A cyclical timeline & Antediluvian civilizations


Moreover, much of this “out of place”, “impossible” knowledge could be explained if we allowed the idea of a cyclical and non-linear history of human civilizations, or the idea of an extraterrestrial intervention in history of humankind or both, but for several reasons the potentates of academic circles systematically ignore those alternatives, to say the least.

Typically, the search for historical truths through the ancient myths, or through “impossible” archaeological evidence, has been discarded because the former, ancient myths, are considered to be the result of fantasies with no or little historical proof while the second, the “impossible” archaeological evidence is either ignored or explained in a theological version rather fantasy-like.

Our approach is different, and closer to the thought of thinkers such as Paul-Marie Veyne, Heinrich Schliemann or Paul-Louis Courier as already tackled in a previous section: we are inclined to think that myths may be historically reliable and the so-called “impossible” archaeological finds could have a fantastic but real explanation that was always under our eyes.

History might have been played out differently from how both secular and religious institutions have told us, and today many (even and especially in the academic circles) agree that history must be rewritten.

 

Antediluvian civilizations would solve many mysteries of our past

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How human history may have not been linear but cyclical is one of our most rooted beliefs.

We are used to thinking that our current civilization is the highest point of arrival of a long, unique path that lasted millennia. We will elaborate on this in the articles that follow. For the moment, let us consider the idea that human history may have been cyclical, and not linear, meaning that many human civilizations have followed one another over the millennia in a cyclical path that would have seen them born, reach their climax and then for different reasons – generally linked to natural disasters of gigantic proportions – disappear.

Was Atlantis one of them?

Now, the idea that human history was cyclical and not linear is very tempting because it would solve many mysteries of our past. Suddenly, we would no longer have to justify or hide the so-called “out of place” findings such as giant skeletons, OOPArts, cyclopean monuments, “out of place” ancient stories and similar.

Everything would become coherent, as it would be assumed that the previous civilizations would have evolved to reach technological levels similar to ours if not superior, and today we would be trying to put together the ancient traces left by them. Indeed, ancient and antediluvian civilizations would solve many mysteries of our past.

After all, how much of human civilization past can we really say to know? Maybe ten thousand years? We can say we have a fairly accurate idea of what happened to humans up to a thousand or two thousand years ago, a very approximate idea of what could have happened five to ten thousand years ago and no idea at all of what happened before that.

Those who argue that a cyclical history of humanity is not possible still deal with a thorn in the side, represented by a question. We know that Homo Sapiens (us) has been around for a very long time, probably since around two hundred thousand years. We developed linguistic skills and structured societies only from about 70,000 years ago, when we supplanted our rival species Neanderthals and started the cognitive revolution. What happened after the cognitive revolution?

Homo Sapiens was just as smart, curious and ambitious as we are, with the same brain. Should we believe that he just harvested berries and fruit for 60.000 (very boring) years? Why should we exclude that many human civilizations might have populated the planet for millennia, created cities, fought wars, developed advanced technologies, or met the aliens?

Our past is very much different and much more intricate than the light version of it that we all read in school books.
Two elements in particular need to be considered:

1) The first group of individuals ascribable to the modern Homo Sapiens appears about seventy thousand years ago. As mentioned above, these humans had the exact same brains that we have, capable of differential calculus or of conceiving priceless conceptual works. They did not think any less than us, they were no less ambitious, and they certainly didn’t sit around picking berries all the time, but rather busied themselves in organizing complex social structures.
Believing that in 60 to 65 thousand years mankind did not developed or invented anything, not even the wheel, to suddenly remember to have a powerful brain only four or five thousand years ago is illogical as it is naïve.

2) To the previous consideration it is necessary to add that Homo Sapiens was the only human being to inhabit the planet only starting from ten thousand years ago. Before, he was not alone.
For tens of thousands of years our specie coexisted with other non-sapiens human species, such as the Neanderthals or the Denisovans, with whom they fought wars and crossed paths. Imagining that (at least) two species of Homo (one of which sapiens) have cohabitated the planet for tens of thousands of years, without ever giving birth to any civilisation, any progress, any form of technology or human organization whatsoever, does not make any sense.

Antediluvian advanced civilizations have existed but we have almost entirely lost their traces.

 

 

If we now bring together the validity of the ancient texts with the idea that time has been cyclical rather than linear, we are left with the conclusion that not only Greek gods were real, but that many other gods across times, regions and cultures are very much likely to have existed.

Where does this paradigm shift lead us to? At first to a feeling of awe, wonder and yes, shock: the truth has always been in front of our eyes but we were never able to see it.
Shortly afterwards to countless questions: who were these gods, really? Where did they come from? What did they want?

 

14. Seven eXtraHumans gems


This long article is turning to its conclusion and yet we are just getting started to fulfil our mission. We want to share with you here below seven topics nearly impossible to believe, that we will tackle individually in upcoming articles. While you wait for each detailed analysis, enjoy this eXtraHumans trailer for now.

1. The hidden power of sound, light and vibration linked to processes such a planet terraforming, plants germination and life creation according to both religious and scientific sources;

2. The New Testament describing light and darkness in a scientifically accurate way;

3. Echoes of stargates in the Bible getting louder by the day. One of the Biblical Psalms seeming to describe a stargate leading to an unknown world (Olam (עלם));

4. The biblical book of Ezekiel actually telling the story of a Close Encounter of the Fourth Kind;

5. The biblical Keruvim כְּרוּבִים, the alleged “angels”, being in reality UFOs;

 

 

  1. The Quran showing astronomical and scientific knowledge impossible to have been acquired at the time when the text was written. Many worlds, our solar system accurate description, the spherical shape of Earth, the expansion of the universe, the speed of light and intergalactic travel are explicitly mentioned;
  1. The Greek “god” Poseidon possessing ships guided by thought, with no helmsmen nor rudders, savvy of the cities of the whole Earth, quickly crossing the depths of the sea hidden by “clouds and fog” and never afraid of being damaged or destroyed. The source? Homeric passages of the Odyssey;
This article has focused on the hidden explosive power of ancient texts and its goal was to introduce to you the fact that they need to be rediscovered and reassessed. We will study many of the books, stories, characters, authors and passages mentioned above in depth during our exciting and intriguing journey here at eXtraHumans. In fact, this is just the beginning.

 

Welcome to a marvellous, exciting and incredible journey. Welcome to eXtraHumans.

 

The end.

 

 

I have gazed on the face of Agamemnon.” – Heinrich Schliemann

 

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