> Thanks! But to me the superior race I'm referring
> was actually angels. This was Lucifer's
> headquarters before he did whatever he did and
> then tried to over throw God and take over heaven.
> He was defeated and thrown back to earth. Could
> this be the 12800 mass extinction? Maybe some
> survived? But there's definitely evidence of not
> only the lower people but also of an advanced
> Then the earth is recreated according the genesis
> story. And, yes, I do believe that they lived that
> long. Adam was not created as a son of man. He was
> created almost as an angel and could use 100%of
> his brain. Had he not sinned with Eve and the
> snake "Lucifer", he would have remained an eternal
> being. But, he did and they were cast out of Eden.
> Their genealogical make up gave them extraordinary
> long lives.
"Adam was not created as a son of man. He was created almost as an angel and could use 100% of his brain."
There is an older version of the tale of Adam and Eve, before the Bible:
In the original tale, Adammu was created as a god, and his immortality was taken away from him. :)
On the topic of Angels, the first appearance in the bible / old testament is Abraham. He wants to perform a human sacrifice of his son, and then an Angel appears before him and stops it. Many scholars look at this myth and believe that Abraham did in fact Sacrifice his son... and the story was later sanitized, and an angel was inserted into a story that it did not belong in... so that Abraham did not look like a monster, when judged by future generations under later standards.
On Lucifer, this was kind of derived from the Greeks, and re-interpreted by the Christians. With Hades, he might have been based on a real person. Pluto calls him an "honorable man." I could explain what he meant.
With the term "Underworld"... this might have been "Serapis", reigning in Egypt. Aegaea Uptios, Under the Aegean, ie. Egypt. And then the story changed at a later date.