August 21, 2020 Cordoba, Spain can be considered an Alexandria of the west, (as opposed to Alexandria, Egypt), for over 300 years, its influence on western learning was enormous. This was at that time the largest city in Europe, it boasted 80 thousand market stalls, 900 bath houses – remember that the rest of Europe […]Read More They Found The Bible Was Wrong
February 8, 2020 When the Umayyad’s came into the political picture, it was time for furthe Islamic expansion, in fact, the seat of Islam was moved from Mecca to Damascus, which had been a Byzantine Christian stronghold up until 635 AD. Damascus’ surrender actually set the pattern for all future surrenders/conquests. The Umayyad’s had taken […]Read More Clots of blood
July 3, 2020 She was King Anu’s favorite, his lover, his great granddaughter. She was Enlil’s granddaughter and by marriage to her cousin, Enki’s boy, Dumuzi, she may have stopped the pyramid wars. The two were in love, this was no marriage for duty. Both clans were hopeful that the marriage would help seal the […]Read More The Split
Monday, 8 February 2016 Fascinating stuff, finding Jewish Torah and biblical place names in western Arabia and why shouldn’t there be? We know that civilization migrated out of Sumer into Egypt, then into Israel, and the rest of the world from there. The interesting thing is though is what lies between Sumer and Egypt; western […]Read More Is Israel really the land of the Bible?