Origins of the Gods - Sumerian Cuneiform Texts Deciphered
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In the Golden Age of Man, universal peace reigned.
Christian O’Brien was the one person who, before he died in 2001, mastered the translation skills required to understand the archaic Sumerian cuneiform writing. Deciphering Sumerian texts from the Nippur Temple Library, in his books The Genius of the Few and The Shining Ones, O’Brien presented secular insight into the Sumerian version of the Garden of Eden and the senior Anannage: An, Enlil, Enki and Ninkharsag. The Sumerians recorded their secular history for us, and attributed all their advanced knowledge, including astronomy, mathematics, standard units of measurement worldwide, domesticated crops and animals, and more to their Gods— identified as the Elohim, Shining Ones, Archangels, Angels and Watchers. They even identified the location of Eden, where Enlil had his home in 9500 BC, and where his wife Ninkharsag, (also known as the angel Gabriel), was the guardian of the garden, with her seven archangels, at the settlement of the Anannage.
Edmund Marriage, founder of The Golden Age Project, will be delving into the origin of the Gods, untainted by religious dogma.
Edmund Marriage is the Principal of the Patrick Foundation, an Independent Researcher with a background in Investment Management, Business and Land Management. He qualified as a Chartered Land Agent (CLAS)and as an Associate of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (ARICS) at the Royal Agricultural College Cirencester and Wye College, London University.
His extensive historical research has revealed a single advanced, secular benevolent source for all religions. His Golden Age Project, inspired by the work of Christian and Barbara Joy O’Brien, promotes the recovery of past knowledge in order to resolve many of today's problems. He believes that re-establishing high standards of training and knowledge for all important roles, forms a priority in establishing good government and successful social organization and cohesion. Edmund’s Learning form History series of Presentations and Broadcasts attract an audience of over 100,000.
The Genius Of The Few, by Christian and Barbara Joy O'Brien