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Herein lie the "Lost" Boreas Files by Rockessence


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« Reply #15 on: November 16, 2008, 02:55:03 am »

tarkin22180
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And Adam was made from clay! And Eve from Adam's rib. The Aztecs were made from corn. Hey, it is a myth with some "hidden truth" behind it.
The "twin" theme is common in mythology. Rome was founded by twins. The Atlantis story mentions severl sets of twins. Twins are mentioned in some American Indian myths. No doubt there is an esoteric meaning behind all of this.
Food for thought, the Sumerians claim that they were not only created by their gods, the Anunnaki, but that they were ruled by their gods for many hundreds of thousands of years.

The Hindu myths say man was around for several million years. They have stories about their gods fighting each other. As do the Greeks, Egyptians, Sumerians, etc. The Hindu myths describe "flying machines" used by the gods. And archeologists have found evidence that nukes were used long long ago in India.

And "ringland"? The capital city of Atlantis was composed of concentric rings! A distant mythological memory perhaps?

John

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