The Flower of Life

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    The purpose of this site is to be a wake-up call, to make you aware of the grander cosmic realities, both physical and metaphysical. As our awareness grows, we realize that we are not alone in the universe, even in this solar system. Although in higher realms of existence then our present, life is abundant throughout creation. For the one interested in extraterrestrial contact, a look at the Cosmic Connections-section might be enlightening. The symbol at the top of this page is the Flower of Life, an ancient symbol that was first discovered in Egypt, in a temple at Abydos. Within this symbol is literally all of creation. To learn more about this symbol and what it represents, a Flower of Life-workshop is highly recommended. I've derived some of the more general "facts" from this teaching and integrated them into this site. There's plenty of thought provocing information here, some of which you might find quite controversial as opposed to traditional beliefs. This will perhaps ultimately make you question some of the dogma of your traditional belief system. Enjoy the ride!

      Our History from Drunvalo Melchizedek
      Atlantis and the fall

      Zecharia Sitchin and the Anunnaki
      An interview with Zecharia Sitchin
      Zecharia Sitchin - A balanced critique by Alan Alford

      There are two words that are particularly notable in this passage, but which due to mistranslations of the original Sumerian texts from which they are based, have been misinterpreted in the traditional Biblical book of Genesis. The first is Elohim. This is a plural word meaning Gods. The other word is Nefilim. This comes from the original Sumerian text meaning "Those who descended". The meaning closely parallels the meaning of the Sumerian AN.UNNA.KI, "Those Who from Heaven to Earth Came". The Nefilim were the people of the shem - the gods of the sky vehicles.

      We have reason to believe that our planet has been visited by extraterrestrials since the dawn of time. The evidence for extraterrestrial visitations to Earth in the "early days" is not lacking. If you look into it you will discover that this "evidence" comes from a very traditional and well known source indeed; the Bible. Through study of the Bible and other ancient texts you will discover our "extraterrestrial origin" in the shape of myths and legends about the "Gods" that came down to Earth from the Heavens. They created man and shaped and founded the basis of our societys and religious systems.

      Yahweh, the ExtraTerrestrial God

      When read as a book based on factual, historical events, as a history book, the old testament of the Bible tells the story of an intellectual, powerful being called Yahweh who had a presence on Earth. What kind of being could have earned that kind of status? He must have held some features that made him a superior being. This suggests that he was the representative of en advanced extraterrestrial race (they are always superior, aren't they?) that was human in appearance. Now, on the other hand, if Yahweh was not a physical being, but Moses in fact channeled the Universal Mind, the story would take on a whole different scenario. This, however, does not coincide with/accunt for/corelate with the descriptions of the events taking place. Isn't it interesting then, with this in mind, that in all the Biblical movies, God is always presented as a voice and never actually given a physical appearance.

      I believe that in order to understand the consept of the word God, it is neccessary to distinguish between God in a spiritual sense and "God" in a physical sense. From a spiritual point of view, God can be understood as the Source of all things, All that is, Love. The universe is God and God is the Universe. Everything that is IS GOD. To define the term God that way, however, can also be confusing. From a Biblical point of view it is appearant that we are also talking about a physical being.

      "The question is wheather Yahweh, the God of the Bible, was a channeled entity or a physical being."

    The Hebrews believed in Elohim, a plural term which should be literally translated as "the gods". The single being many today think of as God was the ruler of planet Earth during that time - a being called Yahweh by the people of Israel and Enlil by the people of Mesopotamia. Enlil is also a central figure in the research by Zecharia Sitchin. Enlil was one of the Anunnaki, the Nephilim; "those who came from Heaven down to Earth".

    The following question comes to mind: Is it common knowledge that the God never had a physical presence on Earth? Exodus suggests that there was indeed physical encounters between Moses and God. The following is an excerpt from Exodus describing how Moses was approached by God on Mount Sinai. Did God literally "hand over" the stonetablet containing the 10 Commandments; rules on how to behave and act morally in God's land? This suggests a very physical, personal, humanoid "God" indeed.

      "And the morning of the 3rd day there were thunders and lightnings, and a thick cloud upon the mountain...and a very loud trumpet blast so that all who were in the camp trembled. Then Moses brought the people out of the camp to meet God, and they stood at the foot of the mountain. Mount Sinai was wrapped in smoke because the Lord descended upon it in fire and the smoke of it went up like the smoke of a kiln and the whole mountain greatly quaked. As the sound of the trumpet grew louder and louder, Moses spoke and God answered him in thunder. Yea, the Lord came down upon Mount Sinai, to the top of the mountain, and Moses went up to meet him. And the Lord said to Moses, 'Go down and warn the people lest they break through to the Lord to gaze and many of them perish'."

      Exodus, 19:16-21

    If we put this into "modern day" context, there could very well be a physical presence of a spaceship in the above text. "thunders and lightnings", "trumpet blast" suggests an engine. "the Lord descended upon it"; The spaceship came down from the sky and landed on mount Sinai. They were then warned by this being not to come closer to the ship. Could this be because of radiation from the ship?

    The most common argument against extraterrestrial visitation on this planet has always been the lack of physical evidence. The idea that the God of the old testament, Jehovah, Yahweh, was the representative of a superior extraterresrtial race is intruiging and fascinating because it would stand as an early example of such visitation. This idea is not new, as we discover when reading the works of Däniken, Sitchin, and recently Alan Alford, but I'm still somewhat surprised that the idea hasn't been stronger implied into our cultural consciousness. The suggestion that the Biblical God was an ET may not be easily accepted among fundamentalists, but it is indeed an interesting concept which would not only explain the line "God created Man in his image, after his likeness", but would change the way we look at ourselves, the world, the universe, God and religion in general.

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