The Earth Was Ruled For 241,000 Years By 8 Different Kings And All “Came Down From The Sky”

Margie Jones
27/10/2023

The Earth Was Ruled For 241,000 Years By 8 Different Kings And All “Came Down From The Sky”

Copies of what is thought to be a single text – known as the Sumerian King’s List – discovered throughout the years by academics in various locations of ancient Mesopotamia reveal how our planet was controlled by eight enigmatic monarchs for an astonishing period of 241,000 years.

These monarchs are even said to have ‘descended from heaven’ according to the list.

It offers a fantastic narrative that many people find difficult to believe. This ancient record, known as the Sumerian King List, describes how our planet was controlled by eight unknown monarchs for an incredible 241,000 years in the distant past.

“…Royalty was in Eridug once it dropped from heaven.” Alulim became king of Eridug and reigned for 28800 years. For 36,000 years, Alaljar reigned. For 64,800 years, two monarchs ruled…

“…Eight monarchs ruled for 241,200 years in five towns.” The deluge then spread…”, according to the first portion of the King Sumerian List. But how can eight monarchs have governed the Earth for 241,000 years?

The list includes prehistoric and “mythological” dynastic monarchs, as well as historical dynasties with more believable reigns.

In other words, experts claim that parts of the information on the Sumerian Kings list is true, but others, such as implausible reigns, are just impossible.

Furthermore, the Sumerian King’s List not only states how long these kings ruled on Earth but also states that these eight rulers ‘descended from heaven,’ after which they ruled for an incredibly long time.’

The Earth Was Ruled For 241,000 Years By 8 Different Kings And All “Came Down From The Sky”

Suprisingly, the list describes how these eight rulers perished during the Great Flood that engulfed the Earth.

Do these ancient manuscripts show that ancient astronauts dominated the Earth for 241,000 years? Or, as some academics speculate, did the Sumerian king list a collection of historical documents?

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