Afterlife

Inpu is the original Egyptian name for Anubis, meaning “to decay” or “to putrefy,” which aligns with his association with mummification and the afterlife.

Sarah witnessed the destruction caused by tidal waves from an explosion in Atlantis.

Baal worship spread throughout the ancient Near East, including among the Phoenicians, who took the worship of Baal to their colonies in the Mediterranean

The notable miracles performed by Elijah, Moses, and Jesus, as described in the Bible.

Cycles

Weekdays

The days of the week are linked to gods and deities across many cultures, from the Sun and Moon to gods of war, wisdom, and love

Egyptian

Egyptian Gods

Summary of the Egyptian Gods

The First Dynasty and some parts of the Pre-Dynastic period, often referred to as the “Mythical Period” or the “Time of the Gods” and “Demigods.”

Atlantis

Chronos

Chronos is one of the Titans and the father of Zeus. He is often associated with time, especially the destructive and all-consuming aspects of time.

Atlantis

Mummification

Mummification is depicted as a highly religious practice, often performed by an organized and influential priesthood. This custom was perpetuated over generations due to its deep spiritual significance.

Theosophical

Bishop Leadbeater

Charles Leadbeater (1847-1934) was an influential member of the Theosophical Society, a prolific author, and a prominent lecturer on esoteric subjects.

Babylonian months, their lengths, and the alternating pattern of days.

Greek mythology

Elysium

In ancient Greek mythology, Elysium is a paradise where heroes and those favored by the gods could enjoy a blissful afterlife.

Abel from the Bible and Osiris from ancient Egyptian mythology share several thematic and narrative similarities, even though they come from very different cultural and religious backgrounds

Biblical

Seth

Seth died at the age of 912

Adam gave Seth secret teachings that would become the Kabbalah.
In the Abrahamic religions, Seth was the third son of Adam and Eve.

Reincarnation

Thoth

Thoth is a key player in human civilization. He appears many times through different reincarnations. Thoth is key to understanding our history.

Races

Rephaites

The term “Rephaite” or “Repha’im” from the Hebrew Bible and other ancient texts in the region refers to two distinct concepts. Firstly, in Deuteronomy 2:10-11, it denotes a people characterized by above-average height and stature.

Egyptian

Ptah

Ptah was often depicted as a creator god who fashioned the world through his thoughts and words.

Fast we fled toward the sun of the morning, until beneath us lay the land of the children of Khem. Raging, they came with cudgels and spears lifted in anger seeking to slay and utterly destroy the Sons of Atlantis.

Akhenaten, Kukulkan, and Manco Capac held significant roles in the religious beliefs of their cultures.

Ancient Egypt had a rich and complex relationship with the stars, which played a significant role in their mythology, religion, and culture.

As for why Krishna is depicted as blue, there are different interpretations and explanations.