Bogan House Costume Museum
(Opposite Market Square, High Street, Totnes, Devon)

Sunday 17th September 2006 7.30 pm
£4 on door, £3 concessions, Including Refreshments

Serpent Knowledge and Jesus the Druid

Edmund Marriage

An Illustrated Presentation with Colour Slides:

Edmund founder of the Golden Age Project is returning by popular demand to expand on Christian and Barbara Joy O'Brien's ground breaking research and translation of ancient documents from The Megalithic Odyssey, The Genius of the Few and The Shining Ones. The Lady Ninkharsag, Earth Mother, Serpent (Wise) Lady and Goddess of Irrigation, led the technological skills, which produced the wide range of domesticated crops and animals at Kharsag ( Sumerian head enclosure or Eden) in Southern Lebanon. Our ancestor gods were benevolent technically advanced people, who re-started agriculture and civilisation c. 9,000 BC, after global catastrophe, and the highest levels of mass extinctions for 3.5 million years.

Edmund takes us through the Sumerian texts, which describe the practical down to earth problems faced by the en-ge-li (Lords of the Cultivation or Angels). Drawing on wide scholarship and science, the progress of agriculture is traced from this source around the world, demonstrating the extraordinary skills and knowledge deployed in making the most of the worlds natural resources in harmony with nature, together with the superb social organisation of the city state system. The respect for this high culture survived around the world, but the serpent knowledge, dissipated over time and distance from its source, was finally diminished by religions selectively utilising earlier culture, superstition, and the desire for human controls and land.

The old order was renamed and denigrated into myth as genies, hags, fairies, gnomes, goblins, serpents, snakes. and dragons. Nonconformists labelled as magicians, pagans, witches and heretics. However, misrepresenting or misunderstanding the past could not last, and we now face the great opportunity of re-discovering the benevolent source from whence we came. This includes the essential freewill and equality of men and women, with good laws, administered under a good monarch, free from dogma and corruption. As we peel back the layers of history, Jesus the Nazarene and his British Druidic relations stand out, with their superb universities, secular pursuit of knowledge, and belief in the immortality of the soul. His attempt to restore good Government in Palestine through the Serpent or Messianic kingship, originally lowered from heaven (planted highlands), provides the fascinating link into the importance and value of the early British Christian Church, and the world of Caractacus, Arius, Constantine and Pelagius.


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