Friday, September 13, 2013

Atlantis, Rama, Egyptians, the Kenites, and the Greeks

(The above drawing by Mike McMahon is from a comic book called "Slaine," written by Pat Mills.)
"The transactions of this our city of Sais, are recorded in our sacred writings during a period of 8,000 years." — PLATO: Timaeus
The last golden age of Atlantis (and of the world over all) ended in the 10th millennium BC--when Atlantis sank circa 9,600 BC. 
Moving forward to the 8th millennium BC when Rama fought his war against a "demon" named Ravana.  Rama was the victor, so he would get to write the official history (via Valmiki) of this event.  Could it be that Hanuman the Monkey King was a Kenite?  Or rather a proto-Kenite?  (Since this war predates the garden event by some 4,000 years.)  Rama appears to be another Christ figure--or rather another Antichrist figure.
Moving forward to the 1st millennium BC  we have Saul leading an Israelite army to attack the Amalekites.  1 Samuel 15:6 says, "And Saul said unto the Kenites, Go, depart, get you down from among the Amalekites, lest I destroy you with them: for ye shewed kindness to all the children of Israel, when they came up out of Egypt. So the Kenites departed from among the Amalekites."  We can conclude (from what the rest of the scriptures say) that the reason that the Kenites showed kindness to the Israelites was that they realized that one day Israel would come to dominate the region--and there was nothing nobody could do about it, for Yahweh was with them.  The Kenites knew prophecy.  They knew their time would come--which is today--and they would ride the coattails of Israel to world domination. 

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