Osirian Civilization

The Osirian Civilization was one of the highly developed and sophisticated civilizations on our planet about 15,000 years ago contemporary with Atlantis. A magnificent cities with ancient roads and trade routes, busy ports and adventurous traders and mariners. The civilization also built huge earthquake-proof megalithic structures and had electricity and other conveniences common during the time of Atlantis. Much of the ancient world was civilized, and such areas of the world as ancient India, China, Peru, Mexico and Osiris were thriving commercial centers with many important cities. Many of these cities are permanently lost forever, but others have been or will be discovered! It is said that at the time of Atlantis and Rama, the Mediterranean was a large and fertile valley, rather than a sea as it is today. The Nile River came out of Africa, as it does today, and was called the River Styx.

However, instead of flowing into the Mediterranean Sea at the Nile Delta in northern Egypt, it continued into the valley, and then turned westward to flow into a series of lakes, to the south of Crete. The river flowed out between Malta and Sicily, south of Sardinia and then into the Atlantic at Gibraltar (the Pillars of Hercules). This huge, fertile valley, along with the Sahara (then a vast, fertile plain), was known in ancient times as the Osirian Civilization.

The founder of the Osirian Empire was the Egyptian god Osiris. In the Egyptian pantheon, Osiris was the son of the gods Nut, goddess of the sky, and Geb, god of Earth. Osiris was married to Isis, with whom he fathered the falcon-headed god Horus. Osiris was also brother to Nepthys, Egyptian goddess of the dead, and Set, Egyptian god of chaos and disorder. The name "Osiris" has an interesting history.

The name as we know it today is actually a Greek corruption of the Egyptian word "Asar", or "Usar", which can mean "the Strength of the Eye", or "He Who Sees the Throne". These translations are based upon the fact that the hieroglyphic name for Osiris includes a throne and an eye, as well as the hieroglyph for "god", though there are at least 158 known versions of the name.

Osiris was an unusual god with a mysterious origin, the exact meaning of his name also being a source of controversy: "From the hieroglyphic texts of all periods of the dynastic history of Egypt we learn that the god of the dead, par excellence, was the god whom the Egyptians called by a name which was commonly known to us as 'Osiris'. The oldest and simplest form of the name is written by means of two hieroglyphics, the first of which represents a 'throne' and the other an 'eye', but the exact meaning attached to the combination of the two pictures by those who first used them to express the name of the god, and the signification of the name in the minds of those who invented it cannot be said."

When Atlantis was destroyed in a cataclysmic upheaval, this cataclysmic change in the Atlantic slowly flooded the Mediterranean Basin, destroying the Osirian’s great cities and forcing them to move to higher ground. This theory helps explain the strange megalithic remains found throughout the Mediterranean. It is an archaeological fact that there are more than 200 known sunken cities in the Mediterranean. Egyptian civilization, along with the Minoan and Mycenean in Crete and Greece are, in theory, remnants of this great, ancient culture.

Like Atlantis and Rama, they had airships and other modes of transport, often electrical in nature. The mysterious cart tracks of Malta, which go over cliffs and under water, may well be part of some ancient Osirian “tram-line,” possibly taking quarried stone to cities that are now submerged.

Probably the best example of the high technology of the Osirians is the amazing platform found at Ba’albek, Lebanon. The main platform is composed of the largest hewn rocks in the world, the famous ashlars of Ba’albek. Some of the individual stones are 82 feet long and 15 feet thick and are estimated to weigh between 1,200 and 1,500 tons each.

Sources :
Atlantis Rising Magazine Vol.1 : “Top 10 Ancient Civilizations with Advanced Technology” by David Hatcher Childress;

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Written By Tripzibit on Mar 2, 2011 | 19:55

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