Atlanteans

Akitu Festival in Mesopotamia

The Akitu festival was celebrated twice a year in ancient Mesopotamia, most notably at the beginning of the Babylonian calendar’s first month, Nisannu (March-April), and again in the seventh month, Tashritu (September-October).

The Tale of Gagana, the Miraculous Bird

Ivan, a young hero from a small village, sets out on his quest after hearing the elders speak of the mystical Alatyr stone, which grants wisdom and power to its possessor.

The forbidden fruit

The Peach of Immortality, also known as the Peach of Longevity, is a significant element in Chinese mythology, particularly within Daoist traditions.

Nabatean Agriculture

Ibn Wahshiyya claimed that he translated it from a 20,000-year-old Mesopotamian text.

Jesus’ Initiation

Different methods of initiation used in post-Atlantean mysteries are detailed, including how they evolved up to Christian times.

The Great Separation

Complex thoughts and emotions were conveyed through empathic telepathy. Before The Great Separation, physical death was a rarity.

The Tlavatli Race

The Tlavatli, also known as the 2nd sub-race, originated from an island off Atlantis’s west coast.

The Rmoahal Race

The first sub-race of the Atlanteans is called in Theosophical literature the Rmoahal. 

Root Races

Helena Blavatsky discusses the concept of “root races” in her writings, particularly in “The Secret Doctrine”

Atlantis: The Last Days

These cometary fragments twice a year bombarded the North American and Atlantic region for a period of over two decades, every year twice a year.

Atlantis

Atlantis was an archipelago consisting of two large islands situated in the Atlantic Ocean near the Mediterranean Sea.