The traditional starting date of the Assyrian calendar is 4750 BCE. The year 3761 BCE is calculated based on the creation of the world according to Jewish tradition.


Account of Sethos

In gratitude for the divine intervention, Sethos is said to have erected a statue of himself holding a mouse

Ignatius Donnelly

The Colonies of Atlantis

Atlantean trading posts evolved into settlements, spreading into the interior regions and the highlands

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).



“Apkallu” and “Abgal” are terms from ancient Mesopotamian mythology

In Genesis lifespan decreases after the Deluge. Before the flood some people lived for several hundred years



A comparison between the roles and characteristics of the Anunnaki and the diverse group of people involved in European colonization.

The sun and the moon represent alchemical gold and silver.

Anshar and Kishar are two deities in the Babylonian creation myth known as the Enuma Elish.


Our history

The Ubaid civilization (5900-4000 BCE) The Ubaid civilization was located in Mesopotamia, and it is considered to be the earliest known civilization in the region. The Ubaid people were known for their advanced agricultural practices, as well as their use of irrigation systems and pottery. The Indus Valley civilization (3300-1300 BCE) The Indus Valley civilization … Read more