Celtic

This one we are now on, Taha Earth, was given to grow up to 24 points. Its circumference is 24,000 miles. Land mass: one mile for every year to relate to its ages, cycles of 24,000 years, called one Equinox, or even shadows.

Animals

The bull

The Epic of Gilgamesh, one of the oldest known literary works, features the Bull of Heaven sent by the goddess Ishtar to punish Gilgamesh

Atlantis

Zeus

Zeus decision to punish Atlantis for its hubris and moral decline is a central theme, highlighting his omnipotence and authority

Atlantis

Poseidon

Poseidon divides Atlantis into ten portions, each ruled by one of his sons, with the eldest son, Atlas, ruling the central and most important part.

Ignatius Donnelly

The Colonies of Atlantis

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

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

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 Ahnenerbe was a Nazi research and teaching organization that operated from 1935 to 1945.

Secret Book of John

Abel: Ruler of water and earth

Abel is a Biblical figure in the Book of Genesis within Abrahamic religions. He was a younger brother of Cain, and the second son of Adam and Eve

Crows and ravens, often interchangeable in mythologies, have played significant roles in various myths and legends across different cultures.

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

The sun and the moon represent alchemical gold and silver.