A team of archaeologists from the British Museum discovers thousands of clay tablets carrying the cuneiform writing in northern Iraq in 1849, on the eastern bank of the Tigris River near Mosul. They believe it was written in the 7th century BC by Babylonian priests.
The tablets discovered, according to interpretations of the ancient language, were two mystery treasures known as the Babylonian star catalogs. These tablets detail the exact motions of numerous celestial planets, which are now known as the zodiac.
“We know so much about the history of Babylonia because of the excavation and interpretation of vast numbers of ancient cuneiform inscriptions,” remarked Robert Powell, Ph.D. (Author, History of the Zodiac). They held a religious perspective on life, and their religion was dedicated to the gods of the planet’s many constellations. That is what we mean by cosmic religion.
These clay tablets, according to some experts, demonstrate that the ancient civilization of Babylon gained divine wisdom from star travelers. The Babylonian star catalogs are an amazing collection of information containing precise mathematical equations, distances between planets, and esoteric knowledge that a primordial civilization had.
It really shouldn’t have happened. It begs the issue of how they obtained this information. What they were doing with it was perhaps handed to them by extraterrestrials who claimed to be gods, as many other ancient nations did. In ancient texts, the Babylonians portrayed Orion as both a constellation and a superior person.
Orion is known as the faithful shepherd of heaven and the main god of the heavenly regions. Could these documents give additional proof linking ancient man to extraterrestrial beings? For the Babylonians, this constellation of Orion was known as size anna, which means the shepherd of, and we would normally interpret it as the shepherd of heaven since he was regarded as the god of heaven.
We discovered an early image of Orion in the form of a bird, referred to as a messenger. The figure of a bird was found on the stones behind the shepherd’s construction. His position might imply that he was delivering communications from Earth to Orion right now. The real question is how he achieved it.
Is all of this supposed to be interpreted symbolically? “Is it feasible that what we have here is a very primitive account of a form of interplanetary communication?” stated Robert Powell, Ph.D. (Author, History of the Zodiac). The instrument is the Babylonian star catalogs, which may even chronicle an ancient extraterrestrial space station circling the Earth and inhabited by ancient aliens from Orion.