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Atlantis and the Garden of Eden

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« on: August 31, 2011, 05:46:59 pm »

If you read the Bible literally in Genesis on Eden, it states that there were giants in those days, if the giants were people then it would have most likely have been during the time of the Cro-Magnon man. If you take it as dinosaurs then it may have been during the time of the dinosaurs, and possibly on Pangea the single conglomeration of all the continents! Also it mentions of the area to the east of Ethiopia in the Bible, which would either be still in Africa depending how far away, or in Saudi Arabia, or India, (which is the more likely scenario, since more and more findings from India to the Indonesian Islands are coming up with more and more earlier periods of civilization, let alone the Hindu Mahabarata descriptions of their early civilization.

There were no giants.

The term Anuunaki means those who descended from heavan.  Up until the 20th Century, no other culture could ever conceive of aircraft so it was mis-interpreted as "GIANTS".

Much like El-Dorado - the city of Gold.  The truth was they were golden discoid craft from the planet Venus doing an inter-planetary peace-corp type mission to the tribes in South America at that time.   The natives had these golden discs flying in the air in their cave drawings.  The conquistadors, not know a thing about discoid aircraft, mistook the parked golden discoid craft as a "city" hence the legend of el-dorado was born.

Remember myth inspires but history educates.
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