Icon pyramidOur ancient past is a lot odder than most people realise. I’ve written about strange facets of our ancient past in several articles on this site, including the Giza Pyramids, the Ark of the Covenant, as well as reviewing several books on the subject. At the moment,  I am especially recommending Freddy Silva’s books, as I’ve only recently discovered them and they’re excellent.

This blog post is about another ancient civilisation but one that few people know about. It wasn’t a large civilisation, like Egypt, Sumer or the Maya. Instead, it seemed to be more of a compact community but it’s just as weird as many of the others, in fact more so. It is the Sanxindui culture Bronze Age culture in Ancient China. I’m blogging about it today because there’s news of new finds at the site, as described in this video:

There are several odd things about the Sanxindui culture. Firstly, it seems to be an isolated culture that sprang up out of nowhere but also possessed advanced bronze-age skills. As the Wikipedia page on the Sanxindui cultures states:

“The discovery at Sanxingdui, as well as other discoveries such as the Xingan tombs in Jiangxi, challenges the traditional narrative of Chinese civilization spreading from the central plain of the Yellow River, and Chinese archaeologists have begun to speak of “multiple centers of innovation jointly ancestral to Chinese civilization.”

The other odd thing is the gods depicted in many statues, as seen in the above image. These gods clearly do not look human. What’s more, they don’t even look like attractive gods. Why have they been depicted with such strange features, but things get stranger when we discover that there are gods in other parts of the ancient world with uncannily similar features.

Strange Eyes

Here are a collection of god sculptures I’ve discovered with very similar eyes:

This clay bust of a Persian giant-god’s head is in the Ashmolean museum in Oxford. Notice the eyes, which are strangely similar to the Sanxingdui god.

Here’s the Sumerian water/helper engineer god Enki, as depicted on a cylinder seal. He’s definitely not attractive and a bit strange but he did help humanity after the Great Flood, which was good of him. I’ve talked about ugly water gods, helping humanity after a Great Flood in this blog post.

Note again the eyes, which are large, protruding and almond-shaped, just like the Persian giant and the Sanxingdui gods. What are the odds that these ancient cultures, completely separated on Earth, would depict their gods with exactly the same, odd, facial features?

To make it all even weirder, let’s have a look at a bust from Ancient Egypt, from Akhenaten’s Aymara era. It’s supposedly his daughter:

Anonymous (Egyptian). ‘Daughter of Amenophis IV/Akhenaten (1351-1334),’ n.d.. limestone, red paint. Walters Art Museum (22.88): Acquired by Henry Walters, 1930.

I can’t believe that this is a coincidence, that all these gods, in widespread places around our Earth in ancient times, all had very similar if not identical features that were clearly non-human. For me, there is enough evidence from our own archaeological record to conclude that non-human people were living on Earth in our ancient past. As I explain in my article, big-brained, bald hybrid, there’s also ample genetic evidence to indicate that we’re a hybridised race. In addition, our earliest books, such as the Sumerian histories, the Book of Genesis, the Apocryphon of John, the Book of Enoch etc also confirm this idea. It’s certainly an idea that’s not at all appealing to many people but I’d rather know the truth than be fed a comfortable lie. Time for some truth, please.