THE SHINING ONES

by Christian and Barbara Joy O'Brien

 

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This book includes all the material contained within The Genius of the Few, but adds a great deal more information on the unfolding diaspora of the Shining Ones from the Southern Lebanon site around the world, their advanced technology and their influence over the next 8,000 years.

 

This starts with the establishment of a further six major settlements by members of the senior council at Jericho, Ba'albek, Ebla, Catal Huyak, Olympus and On, which soon followed their establishment of the Kharsag (Eden) site. The development of the city states eventually led to the great civilisations in the Mesopotamianplains, Egypt, Iran, India, China and the Americas..

 



The authors' language translation skills based on the earliest non-religious material provide the key to untangling the complex of different names and different interpretations placed by earlier scholars. The Shining Ones as real people are clearly identified within all cultures and not confused with the cast of characters who appear in astronomy, cometary catastrophe and within the spiritual regions.

 

The Shining Ones presents for the first time key parts of the latest translation of the Askew Codex in the British Museum, which comprises a collection of 365 quarto sheets of vellum, on which the writing is in Greek uncials, in the now extinct Coptic dialect of Upper Egypt. It also presents for the first time key parts of the latest translation of the 78 leaves of papyrus, in book form, of the Bruce Codex from the Bodlian library, written in Greek cursive characters in the same Coptic dialect.

 

These documents comprise a large part of an important Gnostic Corpus, possibly compiled from earlier material, in the Valentine school at Alexandria in the late first or early second century AD. Originally referred to as The Books of the Saviour, these translations of this material can be seen as a single treatise on the Spiritual Truths narrated by Jesus of Nazareth and taken down word for word by three disciple-scribes Philip, Thomas and Matthew.

 

The presence of these three witnesses is in keeping with the canon of Hebraic Law. This coupled with the fact that they were from Jesus' inner circle, places immense importance and reliability, that these documents illustrate that the spiritual nature of Jesus' teaching was no different from that of other Eastern religions.

 

This is a crucial issue for Christianity and many will consider adds weight to the relevance and practical importance of taking seriously, matters of a spiritual nature, which permeate all ancient records, but which are not fully understood.

 

The complete works relating to the Askew and Bruce Codices will be available on reprinting within The Path of Light by Christian O'Brien.

 

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Shining Ones Chapter Headings with Page Numbers

IN THE BEGINNING

 

PART I: KHARSAG - THE GARDEN IN EDEN

 

AUTHORS' FOREWORD:

The Authorities 25

PROLOGUE (FIRST PART)

The Elohim (The Shining Ones). p32
The Shining Ones. p34

PROLOGUE (SECOND PART)

The Authority of the New Beginning. p36
Structure of Creation. p37
A Partial Outline of the Geography of the Spiritual Regions. p39
The Hierarchy of the Lower Spiritual Regions. p41
Hierarchical Definitions. p49-51

CHAPTER ONE:

An Introduction to Doubt. p52

CHAPTER TWO:

Eastward in Eden. p57

CHAPTER THREE:

Where Heaven and Earth Met. p62
Problems in Linguistics. p62
Kharsag - the Garden in Eden. p65
Arrival of the Anannage. p65
The Sumerian Kharsag Epics. p67
Kharsag Epic No.1: The Arrival of the Anannage. p68
Kharsag Epic No.2: The Decision to Settle. p72
Kharsag Epic No.3: The Romance of Enlil and Ninlil. p83
Kharsag Epic No.4: The Planning of the Cultivation. p91
Kharsag Epic No.5: The Building of the Settlement. p94
Kharsag Epic No.6: The Great House of Enlil. p96
Kharsag Epic No.7: The Great Winter Storm. p98

CHAPTER FOUR:

The Chronicles of Enoch. p102
The Summoning of Enoch 104
The Seventh Haven. p107
The Terrain of the Country around Eden. p110
The Excursions of Enoch: The Volcanic Ravines. p111
The Excursions of Enoch: The Garden in Eden. p113

CHAPTER FIVE:

The Reality of Eden. p119
The Geography of Eden. p125
The Inhabitants of Eden. p131
The Shining Ones. p132
The Lords. p134
The Watchers. p144
The Patriarchal Families. p144
The Cro-Magnon Tribes. p145

CHAPTER SIX:

The 'Making' of Man. p147

CHAPTER SEVEN:

The Fall of the Watchers. p158
Enoch the Intermediary. p165
The Flood. p174

CHAPTER EIGHT:

The Destruction of Kharsag. p180
Kharsag Epic No.8: The Thousand-Year Storm. p181
Kharsag Epic No.9 The Final destruction. p183

PART II: THE DIASPORA

 

CHAPTER NINE:

Yahweh Elohim (The Warlord of the Shining Ones). p189
The Exodus. p195
The Ratification of the Covenant. p204
The Blessing. p205
Thc Curse. p206
The Wandering in the Wilderness. p208
The Desert Tent: the Dwelling of Yahweh. p211
The Servants of Yahweh. p217
The Unsolicited Fire. p220
The Long March. p223
The Insubordination of Korah, Dathan and Abiram. p229
The Order for Impaling. p234
The Conciliation. p240
The Coda - Return from the Exile. p243

CHAPTER TEN:

Odyssey of Achaia. p254
The Seven Cities of the Levant. p256:
1. Kharsag. p257
2. Jericho. p258
3. Catal Huyuk. p259
4. Ba'albek. p265
5. Ebla. p282
6. Olympus. p282 The Old Gods of the Greeks. p284
7. On (Heliopolis). p288
The Eye of Horus. p291
Coda. p295

CHAPTER ELEVEN:

Eastward out of Eden. p297
Ancient Iran. p297

CHAPTER TWELVE:

The Sub-Continent of India. p313

CHAPTER THIRTEEN:

The Land of the Three Emperors. p328

CHAPTER FOURTEEN:

The Land of the Ainu. p335

CHAPTER FIFTEEN:

Westwards across a Continent. p342
The 'New Gods' of the Greeks. p346
A Question of Language: The Enigma of the Phaistos Disc. p352
The Minoan Civilization. p363
The Finno-Ugrian People. p370
The Slavonic Mythology. p372
The Deities of the Early Russians. p374

PART III - THE FAERIE ASTRONOMERS: AN ODYSSEY

 

CHAPTER SIXTEEN:

The Lore of the Oddi. p378
The Greater Gods. p386
The Vanir Group of Gods. p393
The Lesser Gods. p397
The Inferior Gods. p402
The Alfar or Elves. p404
The Dwarfs. p408
The Doom of the Gods. p411

CHAPTER SEVENTEEN:

The Lore of the Old Irish. p416

CHAPTER EIGHTEEN:

The Island of Atlantis. p430
Timaeus. p433
Critias. p443

CHAPTER NINETEEN:

Westward to the New World (The Americas). p451
The North American Indians. p451
The Central and South American Indians. p462
The Aztecs of Mexico. p464
Huitzilopochtli. p471
Quetzalcoatl. p472
Tezcatlipoca. p475
Tlaloc and Chalchiuhtlicue. p477
The Maya of Yucatan. p480
Votan, Zarnna and Kukulkan. p484
The Andean North. p486
The Andean South. p488
The Myths of the Chincha. p493

CHAPTER TWENTY:

The Closing of the Circle (Across the Pacific Ocean from East to West). p498
Easter Island. p498
Summary of Significant Points. p523

CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE:

The Island Cultures of Oceania. p525
New Zealand. p527
Easter Island (Revisited). p531

PART IV: THE ASTRONOMICAL SURVEYORS

 

CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO:

The Universal Measuring Rod. p533

CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE:

The Bodmin Moor Astronomical Complex. p543
BODMIN MOOR. p552
THE STONE CIRCLES OF BODMIN MOOR. p555
The Goodaver Circle (A). p557
The Craddock Moor Circle (B). p558
The Nine Stones Circle (C). p558
The Hurlers Circles (D). p559
The Stannon Circle (E). p560
The Fernacre Circle (F). p562
The Trippet Stones Circle (G). p563
The Stripple Stones Circle (H). p564
The Leaze Circle (I). p564
King Arthur's Hall Circle (Q). p565
The Lost Rushyford Circle (K). p567
THE GIANT CAIRNS AND LOGANS OF BODMIN MOOR. p567
The Brown Willy Cairns. p569
The Langstone Downs Cairns. p571
The North Ridge Cairn - and its 'Opening'. p571
The Tolborough Tor Cairns. p574
The Brown Gelly Cairns. p575
The Showery Tor Cairn. p575
The Rough Tor Logan and Cairn. p577
Stowe's Hill Summit Cairn. p578
Reconstruction of a Giant Ridge-top Cairn. p580
THE ASTRONOMICAL ALIGNMENTS. p583
General Principles. p583
The Primary Results. p586
The Hurlers Complex. p590
The Secondary Results. p597
Solar Declinations. p598
Lunar Declinations. p601
The Remaining Alignments. p604
RECAPITULATION AND CONCLUSIONS. p605

CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR:

The Wandlbury-Hatfield Forest Complex. p612
THE WANDLEBURY EARTHWORK. p614
THE CAM VALLEY LOXODROME (Line A). p625
THE STONE MARKERS. p630
THE EARTHEN MARKERS. p633
Connection between Line A and the Wandlebury Geometrical Design. p636
THE HATFIELD FOREST COMPLEX. p643
Portingbury Hills. p643
The Warren Arcuate Ditch. p646
PURPOSE OF THE WANDLEBURY TO HATFIELD FOREST COMPLEX. p647

CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE:

THE EPILOGUE - The Unity of Truth. p648


THE SHINING ONES:

 

An Etymological Essay on the Amazigh Roots of Egyptian Civilisation

by Helene E Hagan

 

This pioneer study investigates the origins of Egyptian civilisation from the viewpoint of a North African Anthropologist, aided by a Moroccan linguist in Tamazight (Berber)

 

Helen Hagan is a North African Ethnologist, born in Morocco. She holds a License-es-Lettres in American civilisation from the University of Bordeaux, France and two Master's Degrees from Stanford University, one in Linguistics and another in Cultural Anthropology.

 

Souls come forth on Earth to execute the work of their ancestors - The Book of the Dead

 

Aiwu (Archaic Egyptian): Work, things to do, obligations.
Awuri (Modern Amazigh): Work, things to do, obligations

 

The twentieth century has witnessed a progressive discovery of information gradually projecting the history of Egyptian civilisation further back into time. Early populations of the Valley of the Nile are better documented at the present time than they were a few years ago, and more information is available on the Western Desert Oasis complex. It was thought at an earlier time that several dynasties of Pharaohs, which had reigned for two millennia or so, constituted the span of Egyptian civilisation. Present estimates are different, recognising that the Kingdom Era was rooted in an earlier culture of Archaic Time, during which the foundations of Egyptian Kingdom were laid. This pre-dynastic or Archaic period (5,000 to 3,000 BC) has not yielded all of its mysteries.

 

It is the focus of this inquiry, the purpose of which is to give a new direction to already existing research: for the most part, historical and archaeological research has been conducted by mainstream scholars, imbued with a specific concept of civilisation and history as having its roots in ancient Greece, underestimating the marginalized Amazigh (Libyco-Berber) cultural and linguistic information which might have provided important clues to the origins of the western areas of Egypt, and a more accurate account of the past of the region.

 

We believe that this important book provides missing information linking the origins of an Archaic Egypt way beyond the confines of the Nile valley, to the origins of the civilisations in the Mesopotamian region, and the same down to earth Gods - Anu, Enlil and Ninkharsag (Isis).-
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