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.

Ignatius Donnelly

The God Odin, Woden, or Wotan

It is plausible that the Scandinavian Olympus was Atlantis. Odin is depicted as a grave, elderly man with a long beard, carrying a spear, and accompanied by two dogs and two ravens

Man: Whence, How and Whither

Beginning of the 5th Root Race

Lord Vaivasvata Manu began selecting individuals for the fifth Root Race. This was the first step in a long process of choosing the best candidates for developing this race.

Paul Wallace

A populated universe

Paul Wallace reveald how biblical texts may depict advanced extraterrestrial beings influencing early human civilizations. He explores themes of hybridization and underwater bases.

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

Creation, transgression, and the loss of an idyllic state, which are central to the story of Adam and Eve

The holy trinities in religious, mythological, or cultural contexts, represent complex ideas through a structure of three interconnected entities.