Nov 23, 2016     artuniverse   0 Comment     News

Since the beginning of time man has looked to the sky in his search for God, “our Father who art in Heaven…” and man invokes Him and considers Him to be, at least in monotheistic religions, the only, transcendent and absolute creator. But has this always been true?
If we look at the most ancient texts of mankind, the Veda, the Greek myth by Hesiod and the Scandinavian myths, we find the image of one God divided into many Gods with specific and often human characteristics but they are all heavenly Gods, coming from the sky or abiding among the clouds.
Most of the Bible, the reference text both of the Jewish Church and the Christian Church, seems to be a simple transposition of Enuma Elish, a poem from Mesopotamia probably dating back to the twelfth or thirteenth century B.C.
From this antique text the Jews copied the Book of Genesis, the first of the five books of the Pentateuch, part of the Old Testament, during the Babylonian captivity in the sixth century B.C., in the time of Nabucodonosor. The Sumerian text, written in cuneiform and translated by Zecharia Sitchin, attributes the Creation to a presumed alien race known as Anunnaki, a technologically advanced race of creators from a planet outside our solar system, in no way transcendent and completely material.
Mauro Biglino is an eminent essayist, researcher and expert in ancient languages among which Hebrew. He has worked with Edizioni Paoline thanks to his specific expertise and he collaborated with the interlinear translation from Hebrew of the seventeen books of the Masoretic text, the Hebrew version of the Bible. After a long and thorough study, Biglino states his point of view and he appointed himself the official spokesman of this theory:
1) In the biblical text there is no mention of the concept of “creation from nothing”, due to the etymology of the Hebrew word used to describe the creation of the universe: “Creation is an incorrect term because the Hebrew word “bara” has never meant “create”, let alone “create from nothing”, just like the Semitic root. The term means “to act on an existing situation in order to modify it”, which is exactly what these entities have done. Leaving aside the theological, metaphoric, allegorical and symbolic interpretations and concentrating only on the literal sense and “pretending that…”, the interpretation of the text which he proposes is a disconcerting vision, starting from the beginning of Bereshit, Genesis in Greek. From the first moment in which God gave life to the world and humanity, the book of Genesis makes no mention of creation from nothing.
2) Also relating to man, there is no creation from nothing, instead there is genetic modification of a pre-existing structure.
3) The concept of ‘just one God’ collapses and gives rise to the idea of a number of technologically advanced alien beings.
The idea that human beings are the result of genetic engineering performed by aliens, already claimed by Zecharia Sitchin, has now been reinforced by Biglino: “instead of the word Annunna (or Annunaki) it was sufficient to substitute Elohim, a Hebrew word present in the Bible, the plural of El which means “he who is above” – for us the plural of God, therefore Gods. So Adam was not the very first man but only the first of a series of beings genetically modified by these aliens who introduced a small part of their DNA inside creatures already present on the planet, in order to adapt them and render them useful for their own purposes. In other words, they have made us able to understand and carry out their commands”.
4) There is talk of invasion of our planet, division and allocation of the land and the different civilisations that inhabit it.
So where would these Elohim, suspected of being aliens, come from? “Unfortunately the Bible does not say”, continues Biglino, “but they were certainly entities with a level of technology far superior for those times and in part, maybe unattainable also for us today. They divided the Earth, as claimed in the Book of Deuteronomy, as told by Platone in Critias, and as handed down to all the people of all the continents on the planet. So they divided the planet and governed it just as normal colonisers. Jahwè was one of them. Moreover, Jahwè is defined by the Bible as a “man of war”, therefore a military commander.”
The Creators are therefore an alien race who straddle the worlds, who come and go and interact with us and with each other… but in what way? What do they really want and what should we expect? This seems to me to be the fundamental question. Perhaps we will discover a clue from Mauro Biglino “warrior of the night” who leads us along the path of knowledge following the thread of his thoughts, a line of thought which is impressed on the fabric of concrete reality and, at the same time, on the riveting storyline of Creators – The Past. Do you still think that the script of a film is just mere fiction?

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