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The Archaic Gods of Mythology is Actually Reality!
( 4000 Years of Absolute Rule by Gods and Goddesses)

Timeline of Archaic Gods rule over humanity

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It's quite amazing that the modern Religions have managed to dupe followers into believing that the entire four thousand year history of civilization before Christianity is a myth! Especially when mounds and mounds of evidence clearly indicates the opposite. How is it that every Pre-Christian culture claims that flesh and blood Demi Gods (Half Human - Half God), lived among them and ruled civilization for thousands of years is now dismissed as mythology!?

There was No belief system and faith wasn't even a word! It's just the way it was! That is until the Catholic Church arose to power and branded anyone a heretic (burn sinner burn) if they dare speak of it.

Let's Consult Occam's Razor, Shall We?

Occam's razor = "All things being equal, the most logical solution tends to be the correct one."

The True Orgins of Homo Sapiens (Man Kind) Can Be Explained As Such:

Solution A - Inexplicably, a supreme being spirit type thing came out of no where about 6000 years ago, made the heavens, earth and mankind in 6 days. He kicked back on the seventh day which is when he decided to litter the earth with dinosaur bones and other various fossils for no other reason except to test man's faith against man's logic.
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Solution B - Life evolved as science dictates, and Mankind was created via extraterrestrial genetic intervention as every Pre-Christian culture and civilization claims and/or has documented.

Let's Examine the Evidence, Shall We?

Solution A: chirp................... chirp.................. chirp.................?
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Solution B - Let's see, we have statues, temples, monuments, paintings, sculptures, petrographs, petroglyphs, hieroglyphs, cuneiform scripts, codices script, etc etc etc... all paying homage to "The Gods". (see below)


There was literally no such thing as the discipline known as Archaeology in Western culture until the 1800's The Roman Church controlled and determined the view of the past. Bishop Usher's view, that the entire planet and life on it as described in Genesis came into existence through the auspices of a cosmic creator in 4004 B.C., was doctrine and one could be branded a heretic, (and burned alive at the stake) for disavowing it.

Not until paleontological findings forced that view to be reevaluated and Schliemann, a wealthy German merchant, refusing to admit that the ancient cities and peoples were legend, dug up Troy, was a window into the past opened and the mythic view questioned.

Scientific Archaeology as we know it came into existence only when academics reluctantly had to acknowledge the past being dug up and collected by amateurs in the Middle East. Archaeologists came to be mistrusted and hated by the religious institutions who feared revelations that would contradict their teachings and the history of the Old Testament.

Perhaps You've Heard of some These Mythological Gods and Goddesses?

The Ruling Gods of the Greek and Roman Empires

Greek Gods versus Roman Gods and Goddesses Greek and Roman Mythology?

Greek mythology consists in part of a large collection of narratives that explain the origins of the world and detail the lives and adventures of a wide variety of gods, goddesses, heroes, heroines, and other mythological creatures. These accounts were initially fashioned and disseminated in an oral-poetic tradition; the Greek myths are known today primarily from Greek literature.

Modern scholars referred to the myths and studied them in an attempt to shed light on the religious and political institutions of ancient Greece and, in general, on the ancient Greek civilization. Many think that they are not myths at all, but a true telling of human history.

Greek mythology has had extensive influence on the culture, the arts and the literature of Western civilization and remains part of western heritage and language. It has been a part of the educational fabric from childhood, while poets and artists from ancient times to the present have derived inspiration from Greek mythology and have discovered contemporary significance and relevance in classical mythological themes.

Roman mythology, the mythological beliefs of the people of Ancient Rome, can be considered as having two parts. One part, largely later and literary, consists of whole-cloth borrowings from Greek mythology. The other, largely early and cultic, functioned in very different ways from its Greek counterpart.

The Romans maintained a highly developed system of rituals, priestly colleges, and pantheons of related gods and a rich set of historical myths about the foundation and rise of their city involving human actors, with occasional divine interventions.

Many research scientists now agree that what's considered "mythology" as cast by the Catholic Church could in fact be actual human history due to the striking similarities of all the other archaic cultures that worshipped multiple Gods.



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Over 2000 Egyptian Gods Many with Portraits!

Egyptian Mythology?

Archaic Egyptian religion encompasses the beliefs and rituals of Ancient Egypt. It was followed for over three thousand years until the establishment of Coptic Christianity and Islam.

Throughout the vast and complex history of Egypt, the dominant beliefs of the ancient Egyptians merged and developed as leaders of different groups gained power. This process continued even after the end of the ancient Egyptian civilization as we know it today.

Pre - Islam Gods of ArabiaAten was the sun-disk, the body in which the essence of the divine being was made visible. He rose to prominence in the reign of Amenhotep IV, who thought of himself as the embodiment of Aten. The king changed his name from Amenhotep ('Amun-is-satisfied') to Akhenaten ('Glorified-Spirit-of-the-Aten'), and designed an iconography in which Aten was depicted as a sun-disk with rays ending in hands. Atenism was exclusive to the royal family, with no appeal to ordinary Egyptians: when Akhenaten died, it too died.

Egyptians god Amun Amun, whose name means the Invisible One, was usually depicted as a man wearing two tall plumes on his head, and holding a sceptre in his hand. His sacred animals were the ram and the goose, both symbols of virility - which was one of Amun's characteristics. During the Middle Kingdom he was identified with the god Re, as Amen-Re, and Thebes (modern-day Luxor) became his cult-centre. His great temple at Karnak is a demonstration of his status as king of the gods.

Egyptian God Ptah Ptah was head of three gods and goddesses who were worshipped at Memphis (near modern-day Cairo); the other two were his wife, Sekhmet, a lion-headed goddess who brought destruction upon the enemies of the god Re; and their son, the lotus god, Nefertem. He was a creator-god who, according to the Memphite Theology recorded on the so-called Shabaka Stone (now in the British Museum), brought the world into being through thought and speech. He became identified with Sokar, the god of the necropolis, at Memphis, and as Ptah-Sokar became a god of the dead.

Egypt Sun God Ra God of the universe The God RA was identified as the sun, and was most often depicted as the sun's disk itself, or as a falcon-headed man wearing a sun-disk on his head. His chief cult centre was at Iunu, often referred to under its Greek name Heliopolis (City of the Sun). Ra could fly around in chunks of the sun and manifested himself in several other forms: as Atum, the evening sun; as Khepri, the morning sun, most famously represented by the Great Sphinx at Giza. Re was head of a group of nine gods, who are known jointly as the Great Ennead.

Osiris God of Egypt Osiris, a member of the Great Ennead, was not only god and chief judge of the Underworld but also god of resurrection, the Inundation and vegetation. He was represented as a mummified king. According to the myth of Osiris, he was an enlightened king of Egypt, who was murdered by his jealous brother, Seth, but was resurrected. This myth ensured that he was worshipped at Abydos, his chief cult centre, where his death and resurrection were celebrated annually in a miracle play. He was also universally revered, not least for the hope of eternal life that he held out to all Egyptians.

Female Egyptian Goddess IsisIsis was one of the great goddesses, the most popular member of the Egyptian pantheon, revered for her magical powers and devotion to her husband, Osiris, and son, Horus. Isis and her sister, Nephthys, acted as divine mourners of the dead. Together with the goddesses Neith and Selket they protected coffins and Canopic jars - Isis had the task of protecting the jar containing the liver. In the Late Period her chief cult centre was at Philae, but she was universally revered for many centuries. The cult of this divine mother was eventually superseded only by that of the Virgin Mary.




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The Worshipped Gods of the Vikings and Norse Cultures

Nordic Gods and Viking Gods and Goddesses Norse paganism or Nordic religion is a term used to describe the spectrum of religious ideas that contain numerous female deities, giantesses and goddesses which were common amongst the Germanic tribes living in Nordic countries prior to the advent of Christian missionary activity in Northern Europe.

Norse paganism is therefore a subset of Germanic paganism, which was practiced in the lands inhabited by the Germanic tribes across most of Northern and Central Europe until the end of the Viking Age. Our knowledge of Norse paganism is mostly drawn from the results of archaeological field work and early written materials.

There are scholars (such as Georges Dumézil) who suggest in their published works that there are some structural and thematic elements within the attested Norse religious ideas which place Norse paganism within the framework of the pan-Indo-European expression of spiritual ideas as a whole.

Many sites in Scandinavia have yielded valuable information about early Scandinavian culture. The oldest extant cultural examples are in the form of petroglyphs or helleristninger. These are usually depicting primarily ships, solar and lunar motifs, geometrical spirals and anthropomorphic beings, which seem to ideographically indicate the beginning of Norse religion.

Similiar anthropomorphic type petroglyphs are found all over the planet obviously suggesting that Nordic religion was not a myth, but the Christian church would of course say otherwise.

FYI - (anthropomorphic = a well-established device in literature regarding attribution of human characteristics and qualities to nonhuman beings, inanimate objects, or natural or supernatural phenomena - Many religions have condemned anthropomorphism with a lable of mythology because of course, there's only one true God... If only they had a single bit of evidence :)

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Gods and Goddesses of Hinduism

Brahman (Hindu deities aka Gods) is the concept of the Godhead found in Hinduism that derived from the Gods themselves when they transformed mankind. (transform = genitically altered)

Brahman is the unchanging, infinite, immanent, and transcendent reality which is the Divine Ground of all things in this universe. Everything shown from Quanitm physics and mechanics is leading down the road to the exact same of conclusion.

The main Hindu Gods as we accept today can be broadly classified as Saiva Gods (Siva, His consort, His sons, His other forms), Vaishnava Gods (Vishnu, His consort, His various avatharams)& Sakthi or Saktha (Forms of Goddess Sakthi).

Hindu gods of IndiaVishnu is the Lord of protection, sustenance & maintenance.

His consort Lakshmi is the possessor of wealth, which is a necessity for maintenance.

Goddess Lakshmi represents not only material wealth, but the wealth of grains, courage, valour, offspring, success, luxurious life, eternal bliss.

Vishnu and Lakshmi thus help the souls introduced into the life cycle by Brahma to survive in the cycle of life.



Hindu god Brahma picture Brahma is the Lord of creation & is assisted in this process by his consort Saraswathi, who is the possessor of ultimate knowledge.

Together, they thus introduce the soul into the cycle of life;

Brahma was born from the navel of Lord Vishnu at the end of one cycle to begin a fresh creation. He is bearded & his eyes are closed in meditation. He sits on a lotus & his vahana is the swan.

He is a serene soul and is the provider of all sources of knowledge & wisdom.



Hindu Goddess Durga The Hindu Goddess Durga manifested when evil forces threathened the very existance of the Gods.

To destroy these demons, all gods offered their radiance to her creation and each formed part of Durga's body.

Durga also obtained very powerful weapons, such as the chakra from Vishnu and a trident from Shiva. Divine forces are constructive but slow and efficient.

When demonic forces create imbalance, all gods unite, becoming one divine force called Shakti or Durga.



God Rama The God Rama is the 7th incarnation of Vishnu and the central figure of the Ramayana epic.

The Ramayan is the very soul of India.

It is a complete guide to God-realization, the path to which lies in righteousness.

The ideals of man are beautifully portrayed in it. Everyone should emulate those ideals and grow into ideal human beings and ideal citizens



Sita Goddess of the east Sita, is the wife of Rama, the seventh avatara of Vishnu, and is esteemed an exemplar of womanly and wifely virtue.

Sita is one of the most popular divinities of Hinduism. Currently, Sita is associated with Rama (an avatar of Vishnu) as his wife, and she receives worship along with her husband Rama. She is one of the many incarnations of Lakshmi

According to Hindu belief, Sita was herself an avatara of Lakshmi, Vishnu's eternal consort, who chose to reincarnate herself on Earth as Sita, and endure an arduous life, in order to provide humankind an example of such virtues.



Female Hindu GoddessShiva is the destroyer of the world, following Brahma the creator and Vishnu the preserver, after which Brahma again creates the world and so on.

Shiva is responsible for change both in the form of death and destruction and in the positive sense of the shedding of old habits.

In Satyam, Shivam, Sundaram or Truth, Goodness and Beauty, Shiva also represents the most essential goodness.



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Mayan Aztec Inca all worshipped Star Beings or Sky Gods

The first civilization in the Western hemisphere, the ancient Maya (Inca- Aztec) empires had a complex pantheon of deities whom they worshipped and even offered human sacrifices. Rulers were believed to be descendants of the Mayan star god ( Anunnaki ) males and human females. (Demi-Gods)

Legend tells of the Gods coming and going as they pleased in flying crafts that came from the stars above and sometimes, from under the sea. Uncanny knowledge of mathematics, medicines and astronomy were attributed to these Gods.

Text reveals the inca's knew the earth was round centuries before it was known to the Western world. Stuff like that.

Just like the Sumerians had our solar system mapped out thousands of years before the Catholic Church finally had to admit that Earth was not the center of the Universe.

A Few Popular Mayan Gods for your Introduction:

mayan god Chac Mayan god Chac

Chac was the powerful god of rain.

He was a benevolent god for the Mayans who often sought his help for their crops.

Chac was associated with creation and life. Chac was also considered to be divided into four equal entities.

Each division represented the North, South, East, and West. Chac was also apparently associated with the wind god, Kukulcan.

Some debate persists as to whether or not Kukulcan was just a variotion of Chac.



god Kinich Ahau Sun God - Kinich Ahau

Kinich Ahau was the Sun god. He was the patron god of the city Itzamal.

Supposedly, he visited the city at noon everday.

He would descend as a macaw and consume prepared offerings.

Kinich Ahau is usually shown with jaguar-like features (ex. filed teeth).

Kinich Ahau also wears the symbol of Kin, a Mayan day. Kinich Ahau was also know by the name Ah Xoc Kin, who was associated with poetry and music.



Yumil KaxobYumil Kaxob

The Maize god is representative of the ripe grain which was the base of the Mayan agriculture.

In certain areas of Mesoamerica, like Yucatan, the Maize god is combined with the god of flora, Yumil Kaxob.

The Maize god is principally shown with a headdress of maize and a curved streak on his cheek. He is also noticeable from other gods throug his youth.

Despite this youth, the Maize god was powerless by himself.

His fortunes and misfortunes were decided by the control of rain and drought. The Rain god would protect him. However, he suffered when the Death god exercised drought and famine.



KukulcanKukulcan

The wind god was also known as the feathered-serpent god Kukulcan. The ancient Mayans used the doorways and windows of their buildings as astronomical sightings, especially for the planet Venus.

At Uxmal, all buildings are aligned in the same direction. Surprisingly, Mayans knew the motions of Venus with much accuracy.

Venus, the morning star, was the patron planet of warfare. Many offerings were made to Venus and the Sun. We know from a historian that people would stop up their chimneys so that no light from Venus could enter their houses and cause harm.



Ix ChelIx Chel

Ix Chel, the "Lady Rainbow," was the old Moon goddess in Mayan mythology. The Maya people lived around 250 AD in what is now Guatemala and the Yucatan in Mexico. Mayans associated human events with phases of the moon. Ix Chel was depicted as an old woman wearing a skirt with crossed bones, and she had a serpent in her hand.

She had an assistant sky serpent, whom they believed carried all of the waters of the heavens in its belly. She is often shown carrying a great jug filled with water, which she overturns to send floods and powerful rainstorms to Earth.

Her husband was the benevolent moon god Itzamna. Ix Chel had a kinder side and was worshipped as the protector of weavers and women in childbirth.



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Gods gods and More Gods! Sure are Lots of Gods to be Mythical, huh?

From Gods to God Ok, So it's obvious to any logical thinker that these so called "myths" are in fact, actual human history. It's also very clear why the Modern day church would have you think otherwise.

Question is, are we really that stupid? Still?

The events involving the "gods" of ancient times and the technology attributed to them, considered as myth and naive legend, has been gradually disproven, beginning with the Anunnaki (Sumerian: "those who from heaven to earth came"), an advanced civilization from the tenth planet in our solar system, splashed down in the Persian gulf area around the Pleistocene era, colonized the planet, with the purpose of obtaining large quantities of gold needed to repair their atmosphere.

Discovery of documents from the most ancient cities reinforced with the discovery of the great library of Ashurbanipal at Nineveh and the gradual accumulation of some two million pieces of artifact and document confirming those events in great detail.

The discovery of ooparts, high tech tools, toys, artifacts, and technology along with documentation of advanced scientific knowledge ostensibly out of place in time along with astronomical knowledge of the entire solar system beyond our current level has reinforced the negation of the mythic interpretation.

Sumer, a human civilization, amazing in its "sudden" and mature and highly advanced character was set up under their tutelage in Mesopotamia, human kings were inaugurated as go-betweens, foremen of the human populations answering to the Annunaki. Some humans were taught technology, mathematics, astronomy, advanced crafts and the ways of civilized society. The high civilizations of Egypt and Central America arose.

The Anunnaki became somewhat more remote from humans. By around 1250 B.C. they had gone into their final phase-out mode. The human population and the foremen kings, now left on their own, began to fend for themselves. For some three thousand years, subsequently, we humans have been going through a traumatic transition to independence.

Proprietary claims made by various groups of humans as to who knew what we should be doing to get the Anunnaki to return or when they returned, perpetuated the palace and social rituals learned under the Anunnaki and sometimes disagreement and strife broke out between them.

Religion, as we know it, took form, focused on the "god" or "gods", clearly and unambiguously known to the humans who were in contact with them as imperfect, flesh and blood humanoids, now absent. It was only much later that the Anunnaki were eventually sublimated into cosmic character and status and, later on, mythologized due to remoteness in time.



The gods and goddesses that were believed to be responsible for various aspects of the human experience differed among the civilizations of the ancient world. The importance of the mythological gods were determined by their place in an intricate hierarchical order, usually based upon the influence of the individual deities upon the daily lives of ancient peoples. Individual deities were often depicted as having human characteristics both physically and emotionally and were believed to exercise great influence over almost every aspect of ancient life.

Similar to the major world religions of today, almost every ancient religion had a concept of an after-life or "heaven" and there were certain people that were designated as having the ability to communicate with the deities of a people's religion. As ancient civilizations began to evolve toward more complex societies, the application of primitive, myth-based religions to the lives and happenings of developing peoples became increasingly difficult.

From this difficulty emerged the world religions that have come to dominate the modern religious landscape. In Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, etc., the influences of the religious belief systems of the ancient world can still be seen today.

Female Gods, Yeah Baybee! Before Islam, arrived in the 7th century C.E., Arabia was governed by queens, matriarchal for over a thousand years of recorded history. "The land's original Allah was Al-lat, part of the female trinity along with Kore or Q're, the Virgin and Al-Uzza, the Powerful One, the triad known as Manat, the Threefold Moon."

In pre-Islamic Mecca the goddesses Uzza, al-Manat and al-Lat were known as "the daughters of god". Uzza was worshipped by the Nabataeans, who equated her with the Graeco-Roman goddesses Aphrodite, Urania, Venus and Caelestis. Each of the three goddesses had a separate shrine near Mecca. Uzza, was called upon for protection by the pre-Islamic Quraysh. "In 624 at the battle called "Uhud", the war cry of the Qurayshites was, "O people of Uzza, people of Hubal!" (Tawil 1993).



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