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According to the Sumerian Gilgamesh Epic, there once was a huge flood. Allegedly, Ziusudra, hero of that ancient story – also known as Noah in the Book of Genesis – managed to survive this so-called deluge. Was this actually a historic event? And if so, then when did it happen exactly? Furthermore, Plato from ancient Greece wrote about the fall of Atlantis. Again, was this truly an historic event? And then, if so, when did it happen? (more…)
The special guest for this broadcast of Pateo Radio was Christopher P. Dunn (1946). He is the author of “The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt” (1998), and “Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt: Advanced Engineering in the Temples of the Pharaohs” (2010). His website is Giza Power.com. In this episode of the Pateo Radio talk show, Chris and host Johan Oldenkamp talked about the highly technical society of ancient Khemit, and the functioning of the Great Pyramid as a power plant. (more…)
The special guest for this broadcast of Pateo Radio was Stephen S. Mehler (1945), from Colorado (USA). The original name of Ancient Egypt was Khemit, meaning “The Black Land”. That is why Stephen studies Khemitology, and not Egyptology. The discipline of Khemitology was developed by the indigenous Wisdom Keeper Abd’el Hakim Awyan (1926-2008: video). Stephen (bio) is the author of three books: “From Light Into Darkness; The Evolution of Religion in Ancient Egypt”, “The Crystal Skulls: Astonishing Portals to Man’s Past” (co-authored with David Hatcher Childress), and “The Land of Osiris; An Introduction to Khemitology”. Recommended websites are Khemitology.com (link) and Hidden Inca Tours.com (link). In this episode of the Pateo Radio talk show, Stephen and host Johan Oldenkamp will talk about the truth of ancient Khemit. Click here to see a presentation of Stephen about this truth. (more…)