SmokinJoe wrote:The ancient Vedic Aryan Hindus (Indus Saraswati) spoke about a series of Ten Pitris who ruled before the global Flood. Ancient Babylonian legend speaks of a pre-Flood series of ten kings. The ancient Egyptians described Ten Shining Ones who ruled consecutively before the Deluge. The last of these kings in the aforementioned lists was the hero who led seven others aboard a vessel in which they survived the global Flood. In ancient India, the hero was Manu who survived the global-Flood with the Seven Rishis. In ancient Babylon, the hero's name was Zisudra who spear-headed the survival on the Ark of seven other humans, the Seven Apkallu. In ancient Egypt, the Flood hero was Toth who survived the Deluge along with the Seven Sages.
SmokinJoe wrote:NP WarAngel..it could all be related. Isn't that Von Daniken's theory?
SmokinJoe wrote:You know, that's funny because I read the flood stories first and other similar histories pertaining to "gods" and found not only the flood stories similar, but the gods of various cultures were also extremely similar.
SmokinJoe wrote:I've never read Chariots of the Gods all the way through, but I know who Daniken is.
aprilc1 wrote:You're talking about what they called "cargo cults"-the primitive tribes building "airplanes"out of bamboo thinking it will bring them back
bionic wrote:I think a long time ago something happened and the people of the time tried their bessed to pass on the story. But like with a game of grapevine, it got warped as it got passed on.
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