The Human Story 14: Modern Civilization Sprouted From Ancient Pyramids

© 2012 Mark Macy

Advanced civilizations appeared suddenly, mysteriously more than 5,000 years ago in at least six places around the world—Babylon, Egypt, China, India, Peru, and Mexico… and they came with a flourish! Lavish temples and majestic pyramids emerged suddenly, inexplicably out of barbarianism and nomadism.

Peru

Moving these massive stones and surgically tailoring them to fit together perfectly without mortar could have been done only with highly advanced technologies. Even today it would be a near-impossible feat. These are among the Sacsayhuaman ruins near Cusco, Peru. The general consensus is that the stones were assembled 500 years ago by the Incas, but that’s not even close. When reliable dating is done someday, archaeologists will probably discover that this wall is at least 5,000 years old. After all, some of the oldest known pyramids on earth were built nearby (also in Peru) at that time… and I suspect the Atlanteans had a giant hand in it all, as we saw in the previous article.

Babylon

The hanging gardens of Babylon and the famous tower of Babel are believed to have been built at least 4,000 or 5,000 years ago. Again, the Atlanteans (or some other superhuman force) had to have been involved.

Egypt

Building the Great Pyramid at Giza, the ultimate landmark of this world, would have required herculean strength and technology as well. Egypt was the primary beneficiary of Atlantean knowledge.

Building the Great Pyramid at Giza, the ultimate landmark of this world, would have required herculean strength and technology as well. Egypt was the primary beneficiary of Atlantean knowledge.

China

Unlike desert ruins, which stand the test of time, temples and pyramids in more verdant areas are soon overrun by vegetation and covered in fertile soil. The Chinese pyramid of Qin Shihuangling, for example, doesn’t stand out as starkly today as the Great Pyramid at Giza, but it covers about twice as much ground. Though it’s age is officially estimated at 2-3,000 years, I suspect it’s at least 5,000 years old.

Unlike desert ruins, which stand the test of time, temples and pyramids in more verdant areas are soon overrun by vegetation and covered in fertile soil. The Chinese pyramid of Qin Shihuangling, for example, doesn’t stand out as starkly today as the Great Pyramid at Giza, but it covers about twice as much ground. Though it’s age is officially estimated at 2-3,000 years, I suspect it’s at least 5,000 years old.

India and the Far East

Many of the ancient temples throughout the Far East, like the Prom temple in Cambodia, have been overrun with soil and vegetation over the millennia.

Mexico

The Pyramid of the Sun in Mexico (background) is another testament to Atlantean technologies. Like its Egyptian cousin at Giza, the Pyramid of the Sun has a passageway below it, perhaps where an Amenti-like portal allowed the ancient gods (Atlanteans) to rejuvenate their bodies.

The Pyramid of the Sun in Mexico (background) is another testament to Atlantean technologies. Like its Egyptian cousin at Giza, the Pyramid of the Sun has a passageway below it, perhaps where an Amenti-like portal allowed the ancient gods (Atlanteans) to rejuvenate their bodies.

From Around the World

This diagram shows the relative shapes and sizes of some of the world’s most notable pyramids, including a less heralded (and controversial) Bosnian pyramid that dwarfs the rest.

Science today can’t venture a reasonable guess as to how these and other ancient wonders were created. Archaeologists simply call it “crossing the great divide” from cave-dwelling to civilization.

Exactly how civilization emerged from barbarism and nomadism is the guiding question of all archaeology. Suddenly, 5,000 years ago crowds of people were congregating in organized cities with lavish infrastructures, involving themselves with writing, math, pottery, art, and monumental architecture. They had leaders to keep order and armies to protect society from invasion.

Well, as you and I are now aware, though mainstream science has yet to determine, the original infrastructure and leadership that opened the Second Epoch in various parts of the world were provided by Atlanteans who, after destroying their own advanced culture, committed themselves to lifting the “hairy barbarians” out of darkness. They planted seeds of wisdom, knowledge, and technology in those early cities that would slowly sprout, over the centuries, into modern civilization.

 

Other posts in the “Human Story” series:
Introduction: Pursuing Life’s Purpose Amid the Drama
1 – From the Source of All-That-Is
2 – Physical Life and Spiritual Life
3 – An Ancient Timeline
4 – The Edenites and Their Descendants
5 – The Seven Ethereals
6 – The Afterlife Eden
7 – The Afterlife of Jules Verne
8 – The Afterlife of Arthur Moos
9 – The Afterlife of Sir Richard F Burton
10 – The Afterlife of Anne de Guigné
11 – Afterlife Wrap-Up
12 – Atlantis and the First Epoch
13 – Thoth the Atlantean
15 – Hands that Caress and Strangle the World
16 – End of Story, End of Times

 

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8 Responses to The Human Story 14: Modern Civilization Sprouted From Ancient Pyramids

  1. Che says:

    Ta Prom temple is not from India, but Cambodia.

  2. Thanks Che, I corrected the article.
    Mark M

  3. R.S.MISHRA says:

    I wants needs more information of pyramids of chaina

  4. Nishant Mishra says:

    i wants information of egypts pyramids

  5. David says:

    Mark – I’m always amazed by how many fascinating and intriguing discoveries are still happening to this day (that most people haven’t heard of – even “seekers” have to really look hard to find this information). It’s really curious how (and why) these amazing discoveries stay so quiet!

    Here’s the biggest one I’ve come across recently – in 2005, “huge pyramids are discovered in Bosnia”! Perhaps you already knew about these (but I didn’t) they’re fascinating…..yet, hardly anybody (in the public) knows about them. It’s interesting how dumbed-down our modern society appears to be – almost seems like we’re purposefully spoon-fed useless, shallow tabloid-type crap to keep people in the ether…

    Forums like yours provide the “better side of the internet”….thanks (as always) for your important work here in helping enlighten humanity.
    David

    • Mark Macy says:

      Hi David,

      I agree. Most people still pledge their allegiance to their flags, their gods, their sciences, and their favorite news sources. Those things would need a major overhaul to include our spiritual realities and ancient heritage… the things that you and I and other like-minded people are exploring out on the frontier… things like the Bosnian pyramids.

      Lots of digging going on at the Bosnian site in recent years, and evidence is mounting that the pyramids there are manmade, not natural as skeptics claim. I’ll certainly be monitoring the progress.

      I suspect there were lots of pyramids like that in the massive Atlantis civilization, and the area that’s now Bosnia (just north of the Middle East) was part of it.

      I’ve got a diagram here that shows the comparative sizes of the world’s most well-known pyramids. The Bosnian pyramid (third on the list) really is massive!

      http://macyafterlife.com/2012/01/13/the-human-story-14-modern-civilization-sprouted-from-ancient-pyramids/

      Mark

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