A DIFFERENT STORY. From the beginning.


Probably the early lords of Egypt would not have anticipated the development of religion. They left behind a book of clear instructions on ‘How to make a great light [from nuclear energy]’ but we misunderstood it and turned it into religion. We invented the new religion all by ourselves, creating a God in our own image.

The lords left behind their wisdom, and some of their genes.

Through all the long years of pyramid building the lords appointed ‘Watchers’ or ‘Guardians’ as security guards for the construction sites. These were the chaps who were later supposed to keep errant Adam and Eve out of the garden of Odin where they were tempted to steal one of the dangerous little green apples. During the long desert days of idleness these watchmen grew bored and, seeing the daughters of men were fair, they came down from the mounts and took them as wives. From which naturally there were children who became like the mighty [tall] men of old. The Biblical record is quite unambiguous and undisputed. Even the iconic Church scholar, St Augustine, acknowledged that ‘fallen angels’ had sexual intercourse with daughters of men by which the Earth was filled with ‘enormously large and strong men’.[1]

At the time when Moses and Joshua were eying up the invasion of Canaan, the city of Hebron (where Abraham earlier died) was then known as Kirjath-Arba, the city of the giants. On the first foray, Moses’ forward scouts reported well-defended towns and giant men of old. Even in Josephus’ time (50-100 AD) he recorded there were still ‘giants’ in Israel … that had ‘bodies so large, countenances so different from other men, that they were surprising to the sight and terrible to the hearing.’    

Modern archaeology records that early Egypt was occupied by ‘two races’ – an immigrant population of lords who were tall, fair and with aquiline (Semitic) features; while the indigenous population were shorter, dark complexioned and round featured. Naturally, any hybrids stood out in the native population … like Moses who was recognised by the Pharaoh’s daughter as ‘sent by the lords’, with a countenance ‘like us’.

There are several records of hybrid children in the literature including the very explicit details of Lamech’s child who was ‘white as snow and red as the blooming rose’.

The first hybrid was Adam, whose name in Hebrew means ‘red man’. He was not the first man per se, but the first ‘red man’. The lords made man, male and female, in their own image – that is in the image of the lords.

Then Eve was not ‘made’ by a lord, but rather ‘laid’ by a lord. The standard KJV account of Genesis is a gross grammatical mistranslation construed to claim that the lord caused Adam to fall into a deep sleep, then he took his [Adam’s] rib and made a woman [Eve]. But what the original actually says is ‘the lord’ caused Adam to sleep, then he [the lord] took his [own] ‘rib’ and ‘made’ Eve. The long curved ‘rib’ was not a bone but what is vulgarly called a ‘boner’. The Book of the Cave of Treasures adds the interesting detail that the ‘rib’ came from his [the lord’s] ‘loins’; and Jerome’s Latin account says the lord ‘built a rib’ – costam aedificavit, built or erected a rib. In plain language it was an erection. Eve was not made by the Lord; she was laid by a lord – from which sprang the favoured son Seth, born when Adam was already 130 years old.[2]

Similarly, in early Sumero-Babylonian tradition, the demigod character of Gilgamesh was a fine upstanding, clever, athletic hero figure – in contrast to his  local ‘human’ friend Enkidu who was described as ‘hairy’, and ran in the fields with the native ‘beasts’. Gilgamesh was a ‘demigod’ hybrid, described as two-thirds lord, one-third man.

Around 2400-2300 BC in Sumeria, Sargon was another semi-divine hybrid ‘lugal’ (big man), born in the bulrushes (like Moses later) and raised to become King.

The Dead Sea Scrolls contain explicit details of what must rank as the earliest known paternity dispute. In such plain detail it could not be dissembled even by the most devious of theologically-correct translators. The wife of Lamech, son of Methuselah, bore a son whose body was ‘white as snow and red as the blooming rose’, with long locks of fair hair and beautiful eyes. Lamech exclaimed in fright ‘I have a strange son, diverse from and unlike man, resembling the sons of the lords of heaven … his nature is different and not like us. Lamech surmised the conception was at the hands of the ‘Watchers’, the seed had been planted by the ‘Holy Ones’ or ‘Nephilim’, and he went to his wife and accused her, ‘have you conceived by one of the sons of heaven?’ But naturally she denied it. [3]

Likewise in later generations, the children of both Abraham and his son Isaac and grandson Jacob were all conceived by the divine visitation of a lord. Abraham married Sarah who was his half-sister by the same father, Terah. The couple were barren until old-age when in delicate Biblical language, Sarah was ‘visited’ by a lord and she conceived. At age 80 she laughed derisively at the idea that 100-year-old Abraham could be a father. So, on a literal reading, Isaac was not the son of Abraham but of Sarah by one of the lords. The maternal bloodline was kept in the family with Abraham sending Isaac back to Ur for a wife (Rebekkah, his 1st cousin), and a generation later Isaac likewise sent Jacob back ‘to the house of thy mother’s father’ for a spouse (Rachel). But Rebakkah was also barren until Isaac ‘intreated the lord for his wife’, and the lord obliged and she conceived twins – two nations were in her womb; Esau was an hairy man whom the lords disliked, and Jacob was a smooth man whom the lords preferred. And finally, Jacob’s wife Rachel was also barren until a lord ‘hearkened to her and opened her womb and she conceived a son (Joseph).’ So these were not children of Abraham but of the Sumerian lords of Ur by the wives. It was actually Sarah who was the ‘mother of the nations’. [4]

Throughout these episodes – and presumably many others – the participants recognised and recorded details in explicit, politically incorrect language. The Dead Sea Scrolls included a confronting tabulation of the physiognomy of cross-breeds – ranging from an individual eight parts ‘dark’ one part ‘light’ of ‘poor potential for righteousness’, with protruding teeth, thick fingers and ‘hairy and lustful as a goat’. To the converse person who was eight parts ‘light’ one part ‘dark’, with regular teeth, a sparse beard, hairless thighs … and ‘the soles of whose feet, and whose toes are as they should be’ – [who is] a person of excellent potential. [5]  These appear to be plain language observations of inter-breeding between the lords and the locals, but the subject is studiously dissembled or avoided in modern commentaries.

The early lords tried hard to keep everything in the family, establishing the persistent tradition of ‘royal’ family dynasties. To maintain the purity of the gene pool there were stern instructions ‘… concerning the daughters … only to the tribe of their father shall they marry … for every one shall keep himself to the inheritance of the tribe of his fathers’. Abraham in his old age swore that his son Isaac should not take a wife from Canaan, but sent his servant back to his home of Ur in Mesopotamia to obtain a suitable spouse. And a generation later Issac again instructed Jacob, ‘thou shall not take a wife from Canaan … but go to the house of thy mother’s father.’ [6] We are probably not the children of Abraham, but of the lords. From the beginning, Adam was ‘created’ by the lord; Enoch was ‘conceived by one of the sons of heaven’; Isaac was not the biological son of Abraham but was conceived after Sarah was ‘visited’ by a lord; Jacob was not the biological son of Isaac but conceived by Rebekah following the ‘intercession’ of a lord; and even the lineage of Moses is suspect in as much as he was unusually tall and fair, described as a ‘proper child’ of beautiful countenance – so ‘different’ that he was adopted by the royal family and described as ‘sent by the lords’. They were all born by immaculate conception – like a latter-day Jesus. About a thousand years later the revisionist Pharaoh Akhenaten still observed the Abrahamic tradition, by sending away for a ‘foreign’ Semetic wife rather than a local Egyptian.  Incidentally, it was his wife Nefertiti who encouraged the unpopular reversion to the abstract ‘god’ of the light of the sun.

So was established the tradition of the European royal courts, and elsewhere, to keep their genes in the family, and to support early claims of direct descent from the gods (lords) … later watered down to ‘divine authority’. The genetic linkage went along with the connection to the light of the sun which rescued mankind from darkness. So the Roman Emperors claimed divine connection to Sol Invictus (The Invincible Sun) which extended into the French royalty as far as Louis XIV, Le Roi Soleil, last of the Sun Kings.  The titles and even the thrones faded away but, until the end, the European royals maintained their symbolic grip on the crystal ball ‘orb of power’ in ceremonial occasions.

Down through the ages European royals have derived their ‘divine authority’ from the ‘orb of power’. The real power has decayed but the symbolism has remained strong … up to the present day in England.





The ‘orb’ was the legendary ‘golden apple’ symbol of universal power. In surviving history (mainly in paintings) the original pagan orb has been almost always Christianised with a cross, although in Queen Victoria’s statue (outside Buckingham Palace) her orb bears the miniature figure of a warrior (St George?) standing on a slain dragon … acknowledging  that the orb was originally a weapon or physical power.

Intriguingly, the illustrations of Olaf II of Norway indicate the persistent evolving power of the Church. Norway was Christianised rather late and Olaf was its first Christian King in the early 11th-century. He was portrayed first as a secular warrior King with the golden orb of power; then as Christianised ‘Saint’ Olaf, complete with halo and golden orb (with a cross); then finally again as ‘Saint’ Olaf with the golden orb now replaced by a token ‘Church’ building. It wasn’t even subtle … the Church understood the mystique of the old pagan orb symbol and replaced it with the crude symbol of a church building. The old magic power of the pagan ‘god’ was now replaced by the new spiritual power of the priests.

Elsewhere the legacy of the magic crystal ball lingered in both the form and the language of the mysterious forbidden fruit of the golden apple … the symbol of supreme power that ran throughout history into the modern era.

From times unknown the story of Adam and Eve first recounted how mere men entered the garden of Odin and stole the lords’ ‘forbidden fruit’ … the poisonous apple … not to eat, but to exert its power. In the era of 500-400 BC the Persian armies were led by special warriors called the ‘Apple Bearers’ clad in elaborate robes and golden jewellery and bearing spears with butts of golden apples. These warriors were supported by ‘Magi with altars of sacred fire’ carried on a chariot which no mortal (man) could approach. By 500-600 AD the old power faded into symbolism. In Constantinople, Byzantine Emperor Justinian erected a huge statue of himself on horseback with his extended hand grasping a red gem known as ‘the apple’. It became the expressed objective of the Ottoman Turks to overcome Constantinople and ‘seize the apple’, which they did eventually.

Even this symbolism faded but was never quite lost. By the 10th C the royal regalia of the Holy Roman Emperor became heavily jewelled and Christianised … but the orb was still known [in German] as the ‘Reichsapfel’, the royal apple, symbol of supreme power. And likewise, the orb of the Swedish crown jewels, from the 17th C, is still known as the ‘Riksapple’ or Pomeroy (pome-roy, apple royal). It was stolen from a public exhibition in Aug, 2018.

Apple of Istabul        Hungarian jewells

  • Left: Emperor Justinian 527-565, with  the ‘apple of Istanbul’
  • Right: Hungarian crown jewels, 11th C. The ‘head’ of the mace is a crystal sphere.

Reichsapfel  Riksapple

  • Crown jewels of the Holy Roman Emperor, 10th C. The orb was the ‘Reichsapfel’, royal apple.
  •  Swedish crown jewels, 17th C.   The orb was the ‘Riksapple’, royal apple.

The old magic of the lords’ orb disappeared but the legacy of their genes remained pure in the ‘firstborn’ Ariki of Easter Island, and elsewhere dispersed amongst the progeny of daughters of men, where they may now be traced by means of modern genetic analysis.

[1] Genesis, 6; Augustine, De Civitate Dei contra Paganos

[2] Genesis, 2; Book of Cave of Treasures – Making of Eve

[3] Enoch 1; Dead Sea Scrolls, ‘Tales of the Patriarchs’

[4] Genesis, 17, 20-21, 24-25, 28; Malachi, 1

[5] Dead Sea Scrolls 4Q186

[6] Numbers, 36; Genesis, 24, 28

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