Is The Sphinx Much Older Than Egypt?

Posted by Roses on November 28, 2009
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The Sphinx

The Sphinx

It has long been assumed that the Sphinx and the Goddess Sekhmet were constructed under the command of an Egyptian Pharaoh, but what if these two objects are much older than Egypt? In fact there is much evidence that points to these massive structures being around 13,000 years old. And as an interesting note Edgar Cayce, a well known psychic from Kentucky, came up with the same age for the Sphinx.

The Sphinx has the head of a human and the body of a lion while the Goddess Sekhmet has the head of a lioness and the body of a human being. Is it more than coincidence that the two “creatures” are the opposite of each other? To me it seems as though they had a direct relationship with each other, or at least they did in the minds of their designers.

What was the original purpose of these legacies and who were their builders? I think we can be fairly certain that the original purpose of the Sphinx and the Goddess Sekhmet …

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Gilgamesh And Noah

Posted by Roses on November 27, 2009

In 1872 a man named George Smith who was an authority on Assyria was looking through a collection of Assyrian tablets which belonged to King Ashurbanipal in the 7th Century B.C. when he found a tablet which told a story of a flood that was strikingly similar to the Noah’s Ark story in the Bible. This tablet was written in Akkadian and is now known as Tablet 11 of the Epic of Gilgamesh.

The most remarkable point the two stories share in common is that of the three birds which were released to see if the flooding was over. In both stories a deity had decided to destroy man with a flood because of his evil deeds and in both stories a man was found who was deserving of being saved. The man was warned and instructed to build a craft to save him, his family and a certain number of animals.

The exact details of the stories vary but the basic story line is the same. In the Gilgamesh epic the flooding is much …

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Judas Iscariot and Vampire Myths

Posted by Roses on September 26, 2009

You might have read my previous story ( The First Vampire ).

The myth about the first vampire ~ Judas Iscariot.

The Biblical Story of Judas Iscariot:

To begin with lets review a bit of bible history, for those of you who are not familiar with the story of Judas Iscariot. Judas betrayed Jesus Christ to the chief priests and elders for 30 silver pieces. Judas then felt so horrible for what he had done when he found out that Jesus had been condemned, he attempted to return the silver pieces, but the chief priests and elders refused to accept them from him. Judas threw down the silver pieces in the temple, and departed, he then hung himself.

How Judas Became a Vampire:

Now there are many beliefs as to how exactly Judas becomes a vampire, the first belief and most common is that god cursed Judas and his family to walk the earth until the second coming of Jesus, and until that time he would thirst for the blood of Jesus, which of course …

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