HHG3-366

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Chapter 366

Annex

366,1. So that you may more easily understand the earth’s topography and composition and bring it closer to your imagination, it is first of all necessary to present the former main mountain ranges, both in Asia, as well as Europe and Africa in one picture before the eyes of your mind; because of the many that have existed at that time, no trace can be found today. Partly they have been torn apart and washed away by the retreat of the sea, and their old connecting ridges are lying now buried deep beneath the stream debris of the valleys, and here and there the currently existing streams and rivers must squeeze through the pinched off mountain’s narrow gorges. But as for the high mountains, they have - except for a few - been altered by the action of the different weathering conditions to such an extent, that a person who lived only a thousand years ago, would now not that easily recognize them as the same, if he had been placed in an area with his former consciousness in which he had lived a thousand years ago as a human being. One only has to take a closer look at the stone debris of a few hours wide river valley and consider the mass that occurs in the same to a depth of four hundred fathoms, which has been loosened by water in the area of the high mountains, from the origin of such a stream to its mouth at some sea, and one can easily understand that the mountains, only two- to three thousand years ago, had a very different shape than now.

366,2. This preface was necessary so that you may understand more easily the pre-Noah geography of the mountains.

366,3. We begin with the north of Europe, and then move over partly to Asia and then to the southern parts of Europe and at the end to Africa.

366,4. From the mountains which almost run through the middle of Sweden and Norway, a prominent mountain range connected in the far north in an ever higher direction to the Ural Mountains, and had a base width of a hundred, yes even up to two hundred German miles (1 German mile ~ 7.5 km). But this mountain range was also linked to the current mountains of Denmark and from there connected to those mountains which partly more or less separates the western flat-Europe from today's mountainous German Europe, up to Switzerland, and thus at that stage the Swiss Mountains were linked with the Ural which in turn went through Central Asia and joined the high Tibet. This was thus a continuous mountain chain, whose lower parts still had a height of five- to six thousand feet above sea level; but these mountains - holding the still to be described Mediterraneans, which at that time were not connected to any of the main oceans - had not everywhere the same solid consistency and therefore were breached by the flooding and swept away in different directions.

366,5. During that time there existed two main Mediterraneans.

366,6. The northern Mediterranean consisted of a large basin stretching from today's Black Sea, in part over the whole European Russia and all adjacent low level countries up to the current Baltic Sea and also to the lower parts of the current European Turkey up today’s so-called Iron Gate, as well as the narrow passes at Belgrade and Semlin which were reached by its mountainous waves during large storms. This was therefore the northern Mediterranean.

366,7. The second Mediterranean, which was not connected to the former, and still today carries the name, ‘Mediterranean Sea’, had just like the northern Mediterranean, no link with any oceans; but its surface was throughout not smaller in size than that of the aforementioned 'black' or ‘northern'. The second Mediterranean covered the region of today's Fiume where a broad and long valley stretches into Croatia and from there further in different branches to the riverbed of the Sava as far as Krain and there up against those areas where the high mountains begin. On the other side it covered the current Venetian Kingdom, as well as the area of Lombardy and also some eastern parts of France, while in Africa covering the Nile Valley up to the Cataracts and also today's Great Sandy Desert.

366,8. From Asia a significant high mountain range existed of which still nowadays substantial remnants are present. This mountain range extended from the north-eastern part of Africa to also the high cataracts which further on are linked to today's high mountains of Africa. The Strait of Gibraltar was also connected to the present-day Spain, namely by a fairly high mountain range, and thus formed the second Mediterranean, which in size compared well with the Northern Mediterranean; however, generally it was lying many fathoms lower than the northern Mediterranean, of which the Black Sea today is still a remnant.

366,9. Now, there still existed a third Mediterranean. To determine the ancient locality of it, one just needs to look at those plains and valleys, which are currently traversed by the Danube, Drava and Mura, together with their tributaries. This smaller Mediterranean at that time was not known to anybody because such prehistoric Europe had not yet been inhabited by any human beings; there only existed masses of all kinds of animals, usually huge in size, of which one can still find remains (in petrified condition) today in some mountain caves or beneath sand- and gravel deposits.

366,10. But you should not be thinking that this small Mediterranean existed on its own; because especially in Europe a lot of significantly large lakes existed which were connected to this third Mediterranean by runoffs. The Krain, or its plaines up to the deep Upper Krain, was a by itself enclosed lake, of which the present-day so-called Ljubljana marsh is a remnant, which, however, was linked with a strong outflow into the area of today's Rann and the second Mediterranean, which covered the vast plains of Croatia.

366,11. A main part which was connected with the third Mediterranean stretched from the present day Drava valley up to the area of the Sovereignty of Fall and further on the narrow pass where the Drava river had to find a way through a long row of mountains up to the area of today's Eis, from where quite a large lake began, of which the present-day so-called Werther lake (Woerthersee) is a remnant. Part of this lake extended up to the Drava valley and far beyond Villach from where it was connected to still many smaller lakes. Thus today's Enns valley was also a separate lake, which dug its way through the nowadays called G'säus and from there further on where it joined a much larger lake which covered the Danube valley and further upwards all plains of Bavaria and partly also the wide Inn valley in Tirol. Today’s Mur, just like the Danube, had a shallow connection with the third Mediterranean. The area of today's Wildons up to the present-day Gösting was covered by a smaller lake, and behind Gösting was another called Mur lake, covering the whole Mur surface and its flat side valleys, which in turn had smaller lakes in their background and thus were connected to the main lake via small outflows. Today’s Switzerland had many similar small lakes of which remnants still exist nowadays.

366,12. With that you have a sufficient picture of the state of the pre-deluge mountains and the waters of this small part of the world. We now want to particularly take a look at Central Asia and its main mountains, which separates Central Asia from South Asia and which was the actual cradle of the Adamic human race!

366,13. From the Ural - as already shown - a mountain range joined the high Tibet, which already at that stage was criss crossed by many of the most fertile valleys, carrying rivers coming from the mountains and which had their main runoff to the north.

366,14. These mountains had later, during the times of Hanoch and especially under the descendants of Seth, been inhabited, while the Hanochites lived in the plains and spread far beyond this mountain range. But when they saw that the inhabitants of the mountains were much better off than they themselves in their fertile and far stretching plains, they began to increasingly tease and pursue the inhabitants of the mountains, and despite many admonitions they did not let go of the persecutions, but began by means of their explosive grains, of which today's Chinese powder is a descendant, to literally blow up and destroy these mountains, by drilling deep holes in the same. In their deepest blindness they thereby not only provided an exit point for these large bodies of water, whose basins were sealed by these mountains, but also for those basins much further afield, covered by the Tibetan and Taurus mountains and to the north for long stretches by the Ural. Thereby particularly in the area of today's Caspian Sea, where once Hanoch stood, the largest immersion occurred, and the breakthrough of the waters was so powerful that it reached a height of between seven and eight thousand feet above the other oceans, and was further increased and supported by a prolonged rainfall over the whole of Central Asia.

366,15. This extraordinary high level of water in the whole of Central Asia found to a large part its outflow through today’s Volga valley and increased this ‘northern’ Mediterranean by many fathoms; the anyway weak land barrier at today’s Constantinople (now Istanbul) was not able to withstand the subsequent forceful breakout, which was further supported by extraordinary, far reaching, all destructible fire eruptions occurring at the same time in that area.

366,16. How high the waters of Central Asia have risen by itself, is proven by the fact that Noah with his box found ground on a plateau of the Ararat, on which the box settled. Most of the water in Central Asia found its main outlet of course only to the north and east; but an extremely substantial part also to the south and west. Thereby the second major Mediterranean became so overfilled that it partly by its weight but mainly through the underground fire eruptions, carved itself a torrential outflow into the Atlantic Ocean and in a few hundred years drained to such an extent that all to it connected presently, partly very fertile plains dried out, by which especially the coastal regions of Asia became gradually populated.

366,17. To a large part have the still surviving people of the high middle Mountains of Asia as well as those of the Ural accomplished this, which in those days was a prolific and wide stretch of land up to the northern sea, from where then also the rest of the northern parts of Europe, especially on the mountains, were populated. From these nations also the Taurisci originated, who settled on the mountains of Styria and many other countries and lived there for a long time peacefully among themselves, until the avarice and greed of the Romans and Greeks had located them.

366,18. The isthmus which during the time of the Hanochean flood connected Europe with Asia, was named after the in this area living patriarch, who also belonged to the inhabitants of the mountains and served as a kind of prophet throughout western Asia, called Deucalion - which means "sent by God" or "I come from God" -, also named the Isthmus of Deucalion, and thus the flood was therefore also called for a long time by the people who inhabited South Asia, Deucalion's Flood, until after a few centuries, the descendants of Noah informed them about the main cause and course of this flood with all the circumstantial events surrounding it. In the course of many years, the then large lakes of Central Asia started to dry up, and unfortunately left behind until now still desolate and uninhabitable land; only towards China and at the northern foot of the Tibetan high mountains, is it fertile and habitable.

366,19. From these parts originated the to you well known Mongols, Huns, Tartars and Turkomans, who after the overpopulation of their lands were forced to emigrate and turned partly to the east and partly to the west, where they caused those inhabitants great distress and harm everywhere.

366,20. In the east the old Sihinites and in Japan the Meduhedites the power and weight of the Mongols, and in the west especially the Huns, in alliance with the Tatars, and later on the Turkomans, made themselves very palpable and resulted in those times to you well-known large migrations of nations.

366,21. In the present time many attempts has been made to selectively turn the desert parts of Central Asia into fertile land; but the knowledge to make such desolate lands fertile, is still too deeply buried in the night of their pagan superstition, and therefore this large stretch of land will have to wait for a very long time until it will arrive at its old pre-Noah fertility.

366,22. How fertile at that time, with the inclusion of a large part of Siberia, this region was, is proved by the still frequent discovery of mammoths and still many other grass- and leaf-eating animals, resting under the perpetual snow and ice, who, after the destruction of this very fertile land, could not feed themselves any longer and therefore have long been completely extinct. To this group of animals, in addition to the large mammoth, belongs the giant deer, the giant sheep, the unihorn giant horse and the like, of which fossilized remains can still be found in parts of the Ural Mountains, to a great extent in caves of northern Tibet and also under the snow and ice of Siberia.

366,23. Here someone might easily ask, why one would not also find particularly in Siberia remains of human bodies. And the answer is: because the human body is much more etheric in all its parts and has been created from the primordial beginning to easily decompose - that is, as far as the descendants of Adam are concerned!

366,24. But regarding the pre-Adamitic so called animal people, also called Cephonasims (observer of the firmament), here and there fossilized remains can be found, just as here and there descendants of this kind of animal people can be found and who take their position between the descendants of Cain and the currently occurring monkeys, like chimpanzees and orangutans.

366,25. But among all animal species they possessed the greatest instinctive intelligence and built themselves here and there of course very simple dwellings and at narrow places rerouted streams and rivers with stones and thereby built themselves a kind of bridge over such sites; and if the water started to flow over such bridges - which was usually the case - they soon built another higher stone wall upstream next to the previous one, and often continued this work for as long as a plump terrace of ten or more of such bridges emerged, which in the end, however, was of little use to them because the water behind it began to swell again and overflowed this and all the previous bridges anew.

366,26. These people, who had a short tail, but which was covered with a thick tuft of hair, were thus the builders of these walls, of which still today traces can be found, and to which a high age is allocated, which indeed is sometimes the case, so that particularly in the mountainous areas, the age of these walls far exceeds the age of Adam; but they are just as little the work of a free human mind, than the very purposely built houses of the beavers in those waters where these animals find their abundant food.

366,27. There also exist other species of animals on Earth, which build and set up their homes in a manner, that people themselves, if they can find such, are highly astonish about it; but one still very easily recognizes these buildings as works of an animal, because they occur always in the same manner and form. Also, the material of which they are built, can be analyzed by an experienced chemist, but the building material can be just as little found in nature than the stuff of which the spider spins its thread, the bee builds its cell and snail its house. And as it is with such animals, it is also not that different the case with the actual pre-Adamites {jl.Ev08.072} who occur in the forests of Africa and here and there in the Americas.

366,28. I mean, that I have shown you as briefly as possible the shape of the earth during the time of Adam more than sufficiently clear and you will have to ask not much more about it.

366,29. I just want to make two concluding remarks:

366,30. The first is that the current Danube has paved its way through the Iron Gate only several hundred years later, whereby nevertheless also the hands of people had be used, to regulate the flow through the Iron Gate to such an extent that this place was also now passable for larger vehicles. To where the above mentioned Mur-lakes have transported their framing obstacles, you only have to look at the surrounding hills of the Mur and the Mur soil itself, and its debris will immediately tell you, how these hills have formed and at the same time how the present day third embankment of the Mur was formed; there you will easily find the remnants of the gradually destroyed embankments.

366,31. On the ground around Graz you will in a not very significant depth easily find quintal heavy pebbles and for the most part also of very hard consistency. Below Wildon, however, the Mur was already less aggressive; only here and there, but already at quite a depth, heavy rolled limestones occur, and further down below Radkersburg up to the discharge of the Mur into the Drava, you will only find sand rather than rolled stones, and the reason for this was that the Mur here already had a very wide bed and thus lost its flow force due to a too shallow gradient.

366,32. Go to Egypt, and you will find up to near the cataracts very little stone pebbles, but instead a greater amount of more reddish and sometimes whitish sand! The reason for this is that the Nile has a very evenly distributed fall from the Cataracts to the Mediterranean Sea - while other rivers have a much steeper gradient towards the sea, except for the Danube into the Black Sea, the Volga into the Caspian Sea and the Amazon in America into the Atlantic Ocean.

366,33. Secondly, concerning the flooding of America of which among the primordial inhabitants of this part of the world, some dark legends exist, it, however, serves as no proof whatsoever for a general flooding there! Because at that time the lowlands of this part of the world were in anyway still partly under water. Over time, this from north to south sprawling part of the world was mainly by inner fire eruptions lifted more and more above sea level, and the sea was forced to gradually runoff.

366,34. In addition, there occurred another for this earth grand natural phenomenon:

366,35. In this primeval earth, in which according to the law of the sea-migration, the biggest part of the sea was still located more to the north, from the extreme west coast of Africa an uninterrupted island row occurred up to the eastern corner of present-day Brazil and thus divided the North Atlantic from the South Atlantic; and these two oceans were only connected with each other through a lot of straits, of which the largest had barely the width of the Red Sea.

366,36. But at that time, all parts of the world, especially the seabed, suffered many changes by the underground fire force, and the aforementioned island series, as well as many thousands of large and small islands of the world's great oceans, sank into the deep seabed and the North Atlantic could then unhindered flow through this wide gate into the South Atlantic, and in the northern parts of the earth many islands and other lowlands emerged as usable land, and as such also the lands of America.

366,37. Therefor the former still far to the South Pole reaching tip of Africa is until now still under water; which is why the sea in front of the mountains of the Cape of Good Hope forms a kind of mountain, which makes it difficult for ships to cross, especially in low winds and often had to make a big detour to get to the flat part of the East Sea. It is of course much easier for modern day steamers.

366,38. There you then also have the Flood of America and for a lot of large and small islands, and do not research this message any further, otherwise I would have to lead you back into the primordial creational periods and many sea-migrations; and you would not gain any more useful knowledge than the old woman who could not understand how she could have come to so many creases and wrinkles, despite having always lived good and chaste, and when still a girl of twenty years of age, for no price in the world, not one single wrinkle could be discovered on her whole body.

366,39. Yes, here one can not say anything else than: "All this has been arranged by God the Lord, that times change and we people with everything that surrounds us, change with times!”

366,40. Therefore, let us leave the earth in peace; in a thousand years, it will already look completely different! And therefore good and end with this explanation, which I have given to you, so that you can more easily understand some issues in the Gospels and the writings of Moses! Amen.

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