6th Dimension

The Weaver or Spiders

The weaver or spider metaphor likely pertains to the Sixth Dimension in Matias De Stefano’s framework.

First World (~1 million to ~200,000 years ago)
Second World (~200,000 to ~50,000 years ago)
Third World (~50,000 to ~12,000 years ago)
Fourth World (~12,000 years ago to Present)


Nu, also known as Nun, is a deity in ancient Egyptian religion symbolizing the primordial watery abyss that existed before creation.

Manly P. Hall introduces the topic of Atlantis acknowledges that Atlantis is thought of as an island in the Atlantic Ocean, near the Azores.

12,800 Years Ago

African Flood stories

The great god Unkulunkulu warns people of a flood, and they survive by climbing the Drakensberg mountains.

A comprehensive list with the Flood Legends, grouped by continent.

The Adityas, particularly Varuna, are closely associated with upholding Rta, the cosmic order in Hindu mythology

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

The first man, in the opinion of the Egyptians, was Hephestus, (afterwards the god Phtha,) who is also celebrated among them as the inventor of fire.

Paschal Beverly Randolph

Cyclical Time in Ancient Legends

The most interesting numbers used are 360 and 432, along with their multiples, which form the basis for many mythological and historical chronologies.

Paschal Beverly Randolph

86 Chaldean Kings – 34,080 years

The First Dynasty consists of 86 Chaldean kings who reigned for a total of 34,080 years.

Paschal Beverly Randolph

Summary of Part I: Menes—Adam

The first Pharaoh of Egypt, traditionally considered to have ruled around 3000 BCE. Randolph proposes that Menes ruled around 6000 years ago.

The convergence of timelines from Egypt is connected to the current 5D shift and the Age of Aquarius.

The practitioner confirms that Ra, or similar entities, could manifest in various forms, including avian.

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

This fusion resulted in Hermaphroditus being depicted as having both male and female genitalia.


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

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

Blue Avian Starseeds are a spiritually evolved group believed to be here to help humanity by translating messages from the spiritual realm.

Historically, the Nile Delta had seven main distributaries that carried the river’s waters into the Mediterranean Sea.

The camel’s foot is perfectly adapted for walking on snow, its thick fur coat is excellent for surviving in icy conditions, and it carries its food in its hump.

The Hyksos, whose name is often translated as “rulers of foreign lands,” were Semitic people who originated from the Levant.

Yahwistic Religion refers to the worship and religious practices centered around Yahweh, the national god of ancient Israel and Judah

Parallels between the Exodus narrative, particularly the figure of Moses, and elements of Egyptian history and mythology

Lacerta, the non-human reptilian creature interviewed by the author, claims to belong to an ancient race of reptiles that evolved on Earth millions of years ago.

Cycle of creation and destruction orchestrated by the “Illojim,” with each civilization reaching a certain level of development before being eradicated for unknown reasons.

Scholars claim Yahweh’s name may have originated from a desert pagan god.

Athanasius Kircher was a polymath whose work spanned numerous fields, including geology, biology, medicine, music, and ancient languages.

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.