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 Initially only the direct Anunnaki descendants of the ruling Nibiruan family reportedly occupied the thrones of city-states. However, according to Sumerian and Egyptian king lists, about 50,000 years ago, the Anunnaki Enki and his half-sister Ninhursag gave demigods the right to rule in Shuruppak--the medical center they controlled. Apparently Enlil was enraged and tried to limit subsequent Anunnaki involvement with humans. However, it started the tradition of kingship by divine right, reserved for Anunnaki-human hybrids with "blue blood," meaning Anunnaki blood. (113)

The reign of Ziusudra ("Noah"), a "faithful servant" of Enki, begins. (146)

Egypt

Abdel'EI Hakim Awyan reports that the Sphinx was built fifty thousand years ago, and is a she, not a he. His oral tradition also insists that the pyramids, genuine ones (meaning those that are solid with chambers carved within), were not tombs but rather structures to generate, transform, and transmit energy--a tradition that supports Christopher Dunn's theory of the Giza power plant. The pyramids were built more than ten thousand years ago, and not in the order believed by modern Egyptology. (70)

There has been much speculation around the mythical figure of Osiris. However, according to ancient tradition, the Wizzer (Osiris) was considered to be one of Khemit's early leaders. Whether he was mythical or an actual man, he became the model for all later kings. He introduced agriculture, architecture in stonework, engineering, law, spirituality, science, ethics, and all the other elements of modern civilization to the people. The civilization of Bu Wizzer is responsible for the anomalous evidence found in ancient Egypt, all the stoneware that experts say was made with precision machine tools, the thirty thousand artifacts found at Sakkara and Giza. The civilization of Bu Wizzer built the Sphinx, its cyclopean temple, and the pyramids. Its civilization was based on an older river to the west, the Ur Nil, now buried in the desert sands. According to the ancient teachings, anhydrous zinc and dilute hydrochloric acid were not the original sources of the hydrogen used in the Great Pyramid's energy transformer; water was. Mehler puts forth a hypothesis that the rushing water, amplified by the igneous rock and heated by solar energy, would enter into the Great Pyramid in the underground chamber called the pit. He argues that the water was broken down by electrolysis, or catalytic conversion, into its components, oxygen and hydrogen. As Dunn has stated, the hydrogen gas, energized by the Great Pyramid acting as a coupled oscillator, could be converted into a source of power for the ancient Khemitians, as well as producing radio and microwave energy. With this, Mehler creates a new paradigm for why the glyph asgat nefer appears so frequently at the Bu Wizzer sites. It refers to the "harmony of water" that provided a major source of energy utilized by the pyramids. (70)

A short distance from the Temple of Osiris is an even older temple, known as the Osireion. It is composed of megalithic blocks of granite, a building unlike most others in Egypt. The architecture closely resembles that of another structure, the Valley Temple, in front of the Sphinx and near the Great Pyramid. Also dedicated to Wizzer, the Osireion, now in ruins, is fifty feet lower than the Temple of Osiris. Since there are no naturally raised hills or cliffs present, the lower structure must be from an earlier archaeological layer and, therefore, older than the Temple of Osiris. Furthermore, the dynastic Egyptians, whom Egyptologists claim built the temple, typically used softer stone, such as sandstone, to construct their temples, not granite, as did the ancient Khemitians. Ancient tradition holds that the Osireion is more than fifty thousand years old, and that it was constructed during the same era as the Sphinx and her related structures. (70)

The ancient oral tradition puts forth a meaning that generally agrees with Reymond's translation. Zep tepi corresponds to a time when the people (the Sesh) achieved a new level of consciousness. It began over sixty-five thousand years ago. Mehler believes this time refers to an era between twenty thousand and sixty thousand years ago, when the Khemitians attained a higher level of consciousness and knowledge. It allowed them to build their great structures and carve their tunnels. In essence, it allowed them to create their civilization. Later, all this formed the basis of their creation mythology. (70)

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