If you are going to call a book God's Gametes ... you should know, the old fellows club is really not keen on sharing!
First, the mtDNA of males never expresses, being lost when the ova is fertilized. Females are planet specific, as the Venus figures might indicate, Malta and its cashew shaped jewelry, etc.
Second, and most important for many cultures from India, Egypt and the Western Isles, Indra's Net is a proffered explanation of the gift of (?)-life from the heavens .... (this might be just my interpretation.) Theriantheropes are very common in ancient art, leading one to draw certain conclusions. Quantum resonant sheets of existence are possibly guarded secrets.
In the image from Senmutt's Tomb we have a serious distinction laid out neatly and rather clearly.
I leave it to you to ponder the ramifications. The site hosting this image has much to say on the matter (Also VERY much more off topic!)
After the flood, and the wipe of (Enki's)humans ---Anunnaki hybreds --- from the Earth, Kingship, animal husbandry and agriculture are introduced. (per Sitchin. Not happily regarded here, but a scholar none the less.)
Indra's net is the gift of sacred cattle and the horse ...
The cattle are coveted, stolen, hidden, recovered, etc, etc, etc.
Many tales about Indra's sacred cattle in the books of India. Many a ballad in the Isles.
In the Isles' older tales the cattle are tormented in the winter to slip a bit of life away from them. It's said they are blasted by Herne. Herne is the giver of antlers to the deer herds -- the antlers carry the testoterone for the spring festivities.
In the case of the serpent (Mayan vision serpent .. or the King of the Island of the elder gods) --- which interacted spiritually with the humans (and this is from Anatolia and from Maya sources, clearly later than the ancient mariner folks whose bones are being sought in The Out of Australia Theory) .... the humans are later day versions, the Maya are thriving, and it may be a latter day king of Anatolia who bore the burden of the black serpents on his shoulders. Andrew Collins has that tale in From the Ashes of Angels.
Sacred cattle & the art caves --- also very relevant.
As long as I have my foot halfway to my mouth:
Could this have been the time of The Swimmer's Cave in the Sahara, and those gigantic crocodiles?
Giza 254 feet under water, life forms, tidal erosion ... pre comet strike?
The work under discussion here is something I need additional links to ... if there are some ... please.
Mind is the rider.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 15-Jun-17 23:07 by SallyA.