Ascension of king Solomon
Another Australian woman who claims to have had alien encounters is Grace Askew. She claims to have first seen a UFO when driving around with her girlfriends one night. Then two weeks later, her 15 year old son was screaming at night and said there was a presence in his room and a strange sound. She looked outside and saw the same UFO she’d seen two weeks ago, this time witnessed by her husband as well.
Russian Leader Kirsan Ilyumzhinov
Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, the leader of Russia’s southern region of Kalymkia, told a Russian television news host that he believes he was abducted by aliens in 1997. Ilyumzhinov says that he taken from his Moscow apartment aboard a spacecraft by human-like creatures wearing yellow spacesuits. He goes on to claim that the aliens were on Earth to take “samples,” and that they gave him a tour of their ship. Some Russian politicians have urged current Russian president Dmitry Medvedev to investigate Ilyumzhinov’s claim, fearing that he told the aliens state secrets.
Discovered in the library of King Ashurbanipal (ruler of Assyria between 669-626 BC) the “Mul.Apin” series of clay tablets dated 687 BC helped the scholars to further improve our knowledge of the Babylonian Astronomy. Mul.Apin can be defined an astronomical compendium including a list of 66 stars and constellations and indications about astronomical phenomena such as rising, setting and culmination dates. The main vision of the sky adopted in the Mul.Apin follows the tradition of the Circular Star Calendars using the tripartite division of the Paths of Ea, Anu and Enlil since Mul-Apin is known to be a reproduction of an earlier text presumably written around 1000 BC which contains the full description of the Mesopotamian constellation dating to the late 2nd millennium BC,
Nabta Playa was once a large basin in the Nubian Desert, located approximately 800 kilometers south of modern day Cairo or about 100 kilometers west of Abu Simbel in southern Egypt… Today the region is characterized by numerous archaeological sites…Archaeological findings may indicate human occupation in the region dating to at least somewhere around the 10th and 8th millennia BC…By the 5th millennium BC these peoples had fashioned one of the world’s earliest known archeoastronomical devices (roughly contemporary to the Goseck circle in Germany and the Mnajdra megalithic temple complex in Malta). Research suggests that it may have been a prehistoric “calendar” marking the summer solstice.