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Baal - Myth And Symbol

By Joseph “Joe” Panek | A Seeker’s Thoughts

“The beginning of wisdom is to
call things by their right names.”
– Chinese proverb

It has been a common practice, throughout the history of mankind, that when one civilization conquers another, the structures of the vanquished are replaced, renamed and discredited by the victors. 511 more words

The Occult

Zecharia Sitchin - Sumerians & The Anunnaki - Documentary

Zecharia Sitchin (July 11, 1920 — October 9, 2010) was an Azerbaijani-born American author of books promoting an explanation for human origins involving ancient astronauts. Sitchin attributes the creation of the ancient Sumerian culture to the Anunnaki, which he states was a race of extra-terrestrials from a planet beyond Neptune called Nibiru. 50 more words


The History of Armenia in Brief

Want to discover one of the oldest countries in the World? Want to know more about Armenia starting from the origin to nowadays? You will have the brief summary of the Armenians’ history . 725 more words


Words of Wisdom #57

“Who (then), my friend,
Can climb up to the sky?
Only the gods live there,
In company of Shamash, forever!
Men, for their part,
(Have) their days numbered: 101 more words

Words Of Wisdom

Shem and the Sumerians

In David Rohl‘s book Legend (Rohl is an egyptologist with many interesting theories on ancient history, but also many that seem like a stretch), he covers an argument regarding the origin of the Sumerians that was presented by… 532 more words


My visit to the National Museum of Iraq.

A soldier rescuing a baby

Every time I visit baghdad coming from Hilla I come across an astonishing building. In Allawi area at the center of old baghdad lies a building that lured me for a long time, a building so unique that it stands for what Iraq is for, from the beginning of history to our day. 590 more words

Cheers To The Sumerians!

While John, Mary and I were eating dinner this evening we started talking about beer.

John mentioned that beer is a very ancient beverage with the Sumerians, living approx 4,000 BC, known as one of the first brewers of beer. 70 more words