I was going to make a comment about this, but instead I'll ask a different question, what knowledge do you have of the antidiluvian era?
That post I took this from was really good by the way. I see all the connections to Buddhism, Egypt, Hinduism, Rome, and certainly the trinity that is portrayed in all. That's what I find fascinating, the same story told however many different ways, but through all these major religions throughout the world.
I'd go as far to say that they're all cannanite religions. I came across something the other day that I didn't know before.
The Knights Templar logo is actually the letter T in the Phoenician alphabet. Why is that? A supposedly Christian fraternity using a symbol from an ancient language, why? You also see this in Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam. There are also other symbols that they all share, why? Apart from characters in the respective religions, these stories are uncannily similar, it's actually quite mind blowing. So we have major religions all over in different cultures, in different time periods, telling the same fables. How and why? A similar character imparting similar knowledge throughout the world through these religions. The similarity is crazy.
So that got me thinking about what the Templars found, what relics did they find and what knowledge did they bury? It's clear to me that this particular point in history is when things really began to change. There was with, absolute certainty, a concerted effort to change, rewrite and manipulate history, with the biggest period of fraud coming from the Renaissance period.
I also believe there is a huge obsession by TPTB surrounding the antidiluvian period and their further obsession to find relics, manuscripts, anything to do with that period. Why else would a Christian based group use an ancient languages symbol?
All fascinating stuff. Graham Hancock's documentary on Netflix is actually really good and certainly blows any suggestion that man's early exploits beyond hunter gathers, was far beyond the script they tell us and the evidence is everywhere.
If you know anymore about that period, I'd like to discuss it with you, it's an interesting subject to me.