That story is interesting, not unlike On The Origin Of The World, in the Nag Hammadi. The story in the Nag Hammadi is well developed, purely metaphorical to hide the true message, which was meant only for some. Quite impressive for a 2,000 year old text. I have reason to suspect that modern scientists have been using OTOOTW as a source of inspiration for modern theories. As fantastic as it sounds, its unmistakable.
OTOOTW and certain other ancient texts, plus things like the Great Pyramid (see Giza Power Plant
), lead me to believe that ancient man had access to advanced science, even by today's standards. How they got that knowledge one can only speculate but it is my belief that aliens may have come here and transferred knowledge, knowingly or by accident.