God, Ancient Astronauts and China’s Yellow Emperor

“And Moses brought forth the people out of the camp to meet with God; and they stood at the nether part of the mount. And Mount Sinai was altogether on a smoke, because the Lord descended upon it in fire: and the smoke thereof ascended as the smoke of a furnace, and the whole mount quaked greatly.”  Exodus 19:17, 18

No one knows for certain where the Yellow Emperor came from.… He was known as the Yellow Emperor in honor for his contributions to agriculture and the Chinese calendar. In addition to farming, his wife, Lei Zu, is credited for developing the idea of growing silkworms and creating silk.  The Yellow Emperor is also noted as the creator of Chinese medicine, and the origins of Taoism and Confucianism trace their roots back to this mythical Emperor, who may have lived 4000 years ago.

Then one day, a yellow dragon descended from the sky to take the Yellow Emperor back to heaven…. Myth says, he ruled for a hundred years before leaving.  Source: The Yellow Emperor

Is the Old Testament’s description in Exodus a space ship descending to Mount Sinai, and is the Yellow Emperor returning to heaven a myth or reality? In addition, consider that the Biblical Adam and the Yellow Emperor were both on the earth about 4,000 years ago.

Discover ShangDi – China’s God of Creation

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Lloyd Lofthouse is the award-winning author of My Splendid Concubine [3rd edition]. When you love a Chinese woman, you marry her family and culture too. This is the love story Sir Robert Hart did not want the world to discover.

His third book is Crazy is Normal, a classroom exposé, a memoir. “Lofthouse presents us with grungy classrooms, kids who don’t want to be in school, and the consequences of growing up in a hardscrabble world. While some parents support his efforts, many sabotage them—and isolated administrators make the work of Lofthouse and his peers even more difficult.” – Bruce Reeves.

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7 Responses to God, Ancient Astronauts and China’s Yellow Emperor

  1. You’re asking the right questions! I think you would do well to study this out more and spread the info though, not just the questions. I am told sometimes that I spoon feed people too much in my blog, leaving no room for questions, but all this really has been proven. You have one thing off though, Adam wasn’t on earth 4 thousand years ago, that was more like 6. Here’s a link you may enjoy that shows the link to the ancient alien/god and the line he created on earth. http://passionateproject.blogspot.com/2014/04/real-evidence-of-god-part-3.html

    • Here’s some food for thought. What calendar do you think the Bible refers to for the timeline of creation starting 13.7 billion years ago with the Big Bang?

      The Roman calender didn’t exist until April 21, 753 BC.
      The Julian Calender that was introduced in 45 BC.
      The Gregorian calendar was created in 1582, and England didn’t adopt it until 1752. The first edition of the King James Bible was published in 1775 and for sure any references to time (as interpreted by man) refer to the Gregorian calendar.

      I wonder if it ever occurred to anyone that God being immortal and creating the universe 13.7 billion years ago probably didn’t use one of these calendars that didn’t exist. For sure, the God of the Jews didn’t use the Chinese calendar, which is a lunisolar calender that’s fond on the oracle bones of the Shang Dynasty two thousand years before Christ’s birth.

      The Babylonian calender was also a lunisolar calender and it’s based on the Sumerian Umma calendar that dates to the 21st century BC.

      Now, if we look at the ancient Egyptian calendar, it’s history goes back before 4,000 BC, but the ancient Egyptians had a solar and a lunar calendar and the lunar calendar was used for religious purposes linked to agricultural cycles and the movements of the stars.

      Then there’s the Jewish calendar that was a 12-month lunar calendar with an extra month occasionally added.

      However, do you think Adam and Eve had a calendar in the Garden of Eden 6,000 years ago or 4,000 years before Christ?

      I have a suspicion calendars were created by man and not God and that God doesn’t pay attention to solar or lunar cycles. After all, with God being immortal, and a spiritual creature who isn’t of the flesh probably means He isn’t concerned with planting cycles.

      In fact, God probably measures time by meeting goals on the timeline of creation but to a human calendar that time would measure in billions of years covering all of creation from the birth of our universe that science now says took place with the Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago.

      In fact, how many translations have there been of the Bible? For about three thousand years, the Bible was an oral history until the first written versions about 3,000 years ago. Most of the Old Testament was written in Hebrew, but a few chapters were written in Aramaic. After the Babylonians destroyed the Temple and those versions of the Old Testament several centuries before Christ, Ptolemy had Jewish rabbis rewrite the Bible from memory but in Greek.

      One last thought: The creation of English grammar didn’t begin until the 16th century. Before that there were no rules for spelling, punctuation, etc. A Bible scholar who studied the oldest version of the Old and New Testaments found that there were no commas or periods. They were added with the King James Bible and where those commas were placed often changes the contextual meaning of passages.

      I wonder what was lost in translation.

  2. Cameron says:

    Wow, makes you wonder if God is really an alien who came here on a space ship.

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