The following time line is a composite of many articles and studies resulting in the best representation which fits the facts and writings.

                                                            SOURCES IN BLACK

Nelson's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Bible Facts, J.I. Packer, Merrill C. Tenney, William White, Jr. Nelson Publishers.

Life Application Study Bible, New Living Translation, Tyndale House Publishers

The Wall Chart of World History, Edward Hull, M.A., L.L.D., F.R.S., Barnes and Noble Publishing Inc.

Chronological and Background Charts of the Old Testament, John H. Walton, Zondervan Publishing House, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Goodnews Christian Ministry Chronological Table, E.C.S.Leavenworth III


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based on The Cosmic Code: The Sixth Book of "The Earth Chronicles"
Zecharia Sitchin Additional information is from the lost book of Enki.



Questioner: How many of our years ago was Ra’s third density ended?

Ra: The calculations necessary for establishing this point are difficult since so much of what you call time is taken up before and after third density as you see the progress of time from your vantage point. We may say in general that the time of our enjoyment of the choice-making was approximately 2.6 million of your sun-years in your past. However—we correct this instrument. Your term is billion, 2.6 billion of your years in your past. However, this time, as you call it, is not meaningful for our intervening space/time has been experienced in a manner quite unlike your third-density experience of space/time.

Questioner: It appears that the end of Ra’s third density coincided with the beginning of this planet’s second density. Is that correct?

Ra: This is roughly correct.

Questioner: Did the planet Venus become a fourth-density planet at that time?

Ra: This is so.

Questioner: Did it later, then, become a fifth-density planet?

Ra: It later became a fourth/fifth-density planet; then, later a fifth-density planet for a large measure of your time. Both fourth and fifth-density experiences were possible upon the planetary influence of what you call Venus.

Questioner: What is its density at present?

Ra: Its core vibrational frequency is sixth density. However we, as a social memory complex have elected to leave that influence. Therefore, the beings inhabiting this planetary influence at this space/time are fifth-density entities. The planet may be considered a fifth/sixth-density planet.

Questioner: What was your reason for leaving?

Ra: We wished to be of service.



3.      References to the Kolbrin are in brown



4.      My comments are in red



This composite time line has several inconsistencies between references and it also has many consistencies confirming each other. The following is a discussion of the major inconsistencies in order of importance from greatest to least.


According to the
Bible, the time from Adam to now is 6,000 years. Then there is rest for 1000 years. Adding up the life times of the generations quoted in the Bible from Adam to now is 6,000 years. We are now due for another 1000 years of “peace” or rest.

According to scientific and archeological data man in his present form has been around a minimum of 150,000 years. The Earth is many millions of years old. According to the
Sumerian Tablets man (as a laborer not capable of reproduction) was created approximately 350,000 years ago and the Anunnaki appeared approximately 450,000 years ago. However, The man, Adamu, was a worker that could not reproduce. Later, Adapa was the son of Enki and was the Biblical Adam.

According to Edgar Cayce Lemuria, Mu and Atlantis existed as advanced civilizations more than 12,000 years ago. These were ended with an Earth cataclysm and was followed by a change in our DNA and a new root race. We are the fourth root race with ADAM as the first man.

John Van Auken, former head of the Edgar Cayce ARE gleaned the following time line from Cayce’s work.

a.     4.6 billion years ago               Beginning of Earth experience.

b.     12 million years ago               1st Root Race - The first influx as ghost – Lemuria/Mu.

c.     10 million years ago               2nd Root Race – The second influx as thought-form projections.

d.     210,000 BC                             Atlantean civilization begins:The first truly physical body:Blue Maze People.

                                                            3rd Root race -  Beginning of First Creation.

e.     106,000 BC                             Female & Male, Yin & Yang: The Logos enters to help Lilith and Amilius.

f.      50,700 BC                               First breakup of Atlantis into five islands.Negativity shifts motivations.

g.     28,000 BC                               Second breakup of Atlantis.

h.    22,800 BC                               The great flood begins. God decides to begin anew. Genesis 6. NOTE:THIS MAY ONLY BE THE “FLOOD”  FOR THE First Creation

                                                End of First Creation

i.      12,000 BC                               4th Root Race – The Logos enters again: Adam and Eve. Adamic Body.

j.      10,500 BC                               New training and initiation centers are built around the Planet.

k.     10,014 BC                               The final destruction of Atlantis.

                                                Beginning of Second Creation
Notice it is the 4th root race where the Bible is starting.


According to RA, souls from Maldek reincarnated here after their planet was destroyed approximately 500,000 years ago.
Per David Wilcock and Corey Goode the “Builder Race” was here millions of years ago. The Anshar say they have been here hundreds of thousands of years.

Explanation and reconciliation – Three of the four references above agree on the time scale of the development of Earth and man. Each speaks of the rise and fall of many civilizations over the ages and geologic changes in the Earth. The Bible may only be addressing the present rise of civilization since just before the flood. This still leaves a disagreement of approximately 6,000 years to account for the time from the flood to Abraham. All the references agree on the progression from Abraham forward.



According to the Bible, the time of the flood occurred approximately 4400 years ago.

According to the Sumerian Tablets  the time of the flood occurred approximately 13,000 years ago.

Explanation and (no clear) reconciliation – The references above provide descriptions of floods. Edgar Cayce and the Sumerian Tablets indicate a time frame of about 13,000 – 22,000 years ago. This still leaves a disagreement of approximately 6,000 years
in the Bible to account for the time from the flood to Abraham. IF THE FLOOD OCCURRED PER THE TIME LINE OF THE BIBLE THIS WOULD BE AT THE HEIGHT OF THE SUMERIAN CIVILIZATION. There is no record of that in the tablets.
Conversely, the Bible records Noah’s sons establishing many of the cities in Sumer. Did it take 6000 years to repopulate?




                                    705,000 BC
                                    Destruction of Maldek (planet between Mars & Jupiter)

                                    600,000 BC
                                    Confederation “unties knot of fear” in souls from Maldek

                                    500,000 BC
                                      Souls from Maldek incarnated in Apes on Earth. A few remain today as Bigfoot.




Events Before the Deluge (according to the Anunnaki)


450,000 years ago (could this be Mars?)
On Nibiru, a distant
member of our solar system, life faces slow extinction as the planet's atmosphere erodes. Deposed by Anu, the ruler Alalu escapes in a spaceship and finds refuge on Earth. He discovers that Earth has gold that can be used to protect Nibiru's atmosphere.


Led by Enki, a son of Anu, the Anunnaki land on Earth, establish Eridu -Earth Station I - for extracting gold from the waters of the Persian Gulf .

Earth's climate mellows. More Anunnaki arrive on Earth, among them Enki's half-sister Ninhursag, Chief Medical Officer.

As gold production falters, Anu arrives on Earth with Enlil, the heir apparent. It is decided to obtain the vital gold by mining it in southern Africa. Drawing lots, Enlil wins command of Earth Mission; Enki is relegated to Africa. On departing Earth, Anu is challenged by Alalu's grandson.

Seven functional settlements in southern Mesopotamia include a Spaceport (Sippar), Mission Control Center (Nippur), a metallurgical center (Shuruppak). The ores arrive by ships from Africa; the refined metal is sent aloft to orbiters manned by Igigi, then transferred to spaceships arriving periodically from Nibiru.

Gaining the support of the Igigi, Alalu's grandson attempts to seize mastery over Earth. The Enlilites win the War of the Olden Gods.

The Anunnaki toiling in the gold mines mutiny. Enki and Ninhursag create Primitive Workers through genetic manipulation of Ape woman; they take over the manual chores of the Anunnaki. Enlil raids the mines, brings the Primitive Workers to the Edin in Mesopotamia. Given the ability to procreate, Homo Sapiens begins to multiply.

Life on Earth regresses during a new glacial period.

Climate warms again. The Anunnaki (the biblical Nephilim), to Enlil's growing annoyance, marry the daughters of Man.

The "accursation of Earth" - a new Ice Age-begins. Regressive types of Man roam the Earth . Cro-Magnon man survives.



[75,000 BP:]  The 1st attempt to aid your peoples occurred about 75,000 years ago.  [Helped Martians come to Earth.] The Yahweh group worked with those of the planet you call Mars 75,000 years ago in what you would call the cloning process.


[58,000 BP:]  Next, help was given to those of Mu about 58,000 years ago. Orion group, 4th density.

Arrangement of stone heads of Easter Island in order to suggest strong influences of power, this being those of statues and of rock formations in your Pacific areas, as you now call them, and to an extent lines at Nazca Central American regions, as you now understand them.


Enki and Ninhursag elevate humans of Anunnaki parentage to rule in Shuruppak. Enlil, enraged. plots Mankind's demise.


First break-up of Lemuria/Mu, Atlantean population began


Lemuria/Mu second break-up and flood.

Realizing that the passage of Nibiru in Earth's proximity will trigger an immense tidal wave, Enlil makes the Anunnaki swear to keep the impending calamity a secret from Mankind.

Atlanteans began to advance technologically

11,000 BC

[13,000 BP:]  Next, help was offered to Atlantis about 13,000 years ago.

First Atlantean wars

Events of the Deluge

11,000 B.C.
Enki breaks the oath, instructs Ziusudra/Noah to build a submersible ship. The Deluge sweeps over the Earth; the Anunnaki witness the total destruction from their orbiting spacecraft.

Enlil agrees to grant the remnants of Mankind implements and seeds; agriculture begins in the highlands. Enki domesticates animals.

10,500 B.C.
The descendants of Noah are allotted three regions. Ninurta, Enlil's foremost son, dams the mountains and drains the rivers to make Mesopotamia habitable; Enki reclaims the Nile valley. The Sinai peninsula is retained by the Anunnaki for a post-Diluvial spaceport; a control center is established on Mount Moriah (the future Jerusalem).

The great pyramid of Egypt was built by RA by thought. Over the next 1500 years the other pyramids were built from local materials.

Construction on the Giza pyramid was begun = 100 years.

9,780 B.C.
Ra/Marduk, Enki's firstborn son, divides dominion over Egypt between Osiris and Seth.

9,330 B.C.
Seth seizes and dismembers Osiris, assumes sole rule over the Nile Valley.

9,000 BC
About 11,000 years ago 40% of them died in the first war. About 10,821 years ago in your illusion the 2nd war, the most devastating one, caused earth-changing configurations and the larger part of Atlantis was no more. Some escaped to Tibet, Peru, and Turkey. (B1, 115)

The timelines that Ra gave for their contact with the Atlanteans (from approximately 18,000 to 11,000 years ago) fit very nicely with the time of the alignment that Bauval discovered at the Giza complex, (11,500 years ago,9,500BC) and also fit with the timeline given by the Edgar Cayce Readings for the construction of the Great Pyramid (11,500 to 11,450 years ago “ 9,450BC “.)

From the RA study guide - 53. ATLANTIS

RA: They were able to use intelligent infinity in an informative manner. They used intelligent energy as well, manipulating greatly the natural influxes of the indigo or pineal ray from divine or infinite energy.

Thus they were able to create lifeforms. This they began to do instead of healing and perfecting their own mind/body/spirit complexes, turning their distortions toward what you may call negative.

[11,000 BP:]  The next attempt was to help the Egyptians [and to some in South America] about 11,000 years ago. RA walked on Earth with Egyptians.


8,821 BC & 7,600 BC

In the case of the Atlanteans, enlargements upon the information given resulted in those activities distorted towards bellicosity which resulted in the final second Atlantean catastrophe 10,821 of your years in the past, as you measure time. Many, many were displaced due to societal actions both upon Atlantis and upon those areas of what you would call North African deserts to which some Atlanteans had gone after the first conflict. Earth changes continued due to these, what you would call, nuclear bombs and other crystal weapons, sinking the last great land masses approximately 9,600 of your years ago.

8,970 B.C.
Horus avenges his father Osiris by launching the First Pyramid War. Seth escapes to Asia, seizes the Sinai peninsula and Canaan.

8,670 B.C.
Opposed to the resulting control of all the space facilities by Enki's descendants, the Enlilites launch the Second Pyramid War. The victorious Ninurta empties the Great Pyramid of its equipment.

Ninhursag, half-sister of Enki and Enlil, convenes peace conference. The division of Earth is reaffirmed. Rule over Egypt transferred from the Ra/Marduk dynasty to that of Thoth. Heliopolis built as a substitute Beacon City.

8,500 B.C.
The Anunnaki establish outposts at the gateway to the space facilities; Jericho is one of them.

7,400 B.C.
As the era of peace continues, the Anunnaki grant Mankind new advances; the Neolithic period begins. Demi-gods rule over Egypt.

6,000 BC
RA came to aid the South American mind/body/spirit social complex once again. However, the
pyramids of those so-called cities were not to be used in the appropriate fashion.


[7,500 BP:]  About 3500 years later [7500 years ago] help was offered again to some in South America.



4004 B.C. OR 12000 B.C.

·         God created this world. Adam and Eve were His finishing touch. Gen.1

·         The seven-day weekly cycle was established. Gen. 2:2

·         The seventh-day Sabbath (rest) was instated. Gen. 2:1-3

·         Evil entered this world. Gen. 3

·         Adam and Eve's first two children, Cain and Abel, were born. Gen. 4:1-2

·         The first murder was committed. Cain killed Abel and then moved to the eastern land of Nod. Gen. 4:3-16

3900 B.C.

·         Cain's first child, Enoch, was born. Enoch fathered sons and daughters. No dates or years were given in the line of Cain. Many discoveries and inventions were ascribed to the mental activity of Cain's posterity.

·         Seth was born to Adam and Eve. Seth lived 912 years and fathered sons and daughters. Seth carried on Adam's godly family line.

·         Cain's first grandchild, Irad, son of Enoch was born.

3,800 B.C.
Urban civilization begins in Sumer as the Anunnaki reestablish there the Olden Cities, beginning with Eridu and Nippur.

Anu comes to Earth for a pageantful visit. A new city, Uruk (Erech), is built in his honor; he makes its temple the abode of his beloved granddaughter Inanna/lshtar.

3800 B.C.

·         Seth's first son, Enos, was born. Enos lived 905 years and fathered sons and daughters. According to Arabian tradition Enos prohibited intermarriages with the Cainites (descendants of Cain).

·         Cain's great grandchild, Mehujael, son of Irad was born.

3700 B.C.

3,760 Kingship on Earth
Mankind granted kingship. Kish is first capital under the aegis of Ninurta. The calendar begun at Nippur. Civilization blossoms out in Sumer (the F irst Region).

Seth's first grandchild, Cainan, son of Enos was born. Cainan lived 910 years and fathered sons and daughters. (The Arabians have a tradition respecting Cainan that he held universal empire, and was celebrated for his wisdom and miraculous powers.)

·         Cain's great-great grandchild, Methusael, son of Mehujael was born.

·         Seth's great grandchild, Mahalaleel, son of Cainan was born. Mahalaleel lived 895 years and fathered sons and daughters.

3600 B.C.

·         Cain's great-great-great grandchild, Lamech, son of Methusael was born. (Lamech married two wives making him the first polygamist on record.)

·         Seth's great-great grandchild, Jared, son of Mahalaleel was born. Jared lived 962 years and fathered sons and daughters. (According to an ancient Arabian tradition Jared was the first of the line of Seth who broke through the command of Enos, which prohibited intermarriage with the Cainites that tended greatly to the obliteration of every moral and religious principle. Genesis 6:1-2

·         Lamech's children were born: Tubal-cain (" He was a furbisher of every cutting instrument of copper and iron." The "VULCAN" of the Greeks.) Gen. 4:22, Jabal (father of cattle men.) Gen 4:20, Jubal (father of all who handle the harp and organ.) Gen. 4:21 and Naamah (a daughter whose name means loveliness.)

3500 B.C.

·         Intermarriage of the godly descendants of Seth and the ungodly descendants of Cain began. Genesis 6:1-2

·         Immorality, violence and godlessness increased.

·         Adam, Seth, Enoch, Cainan, Mahalaleel and Jarad continued communicating with their descendants.

·         Adam talked with Seth 800 years, with Enos 695 years, Cainan 605 years, Mahalaeel 535 years, Jared 470 years, Enoch 308 years, Methuselah 243 years and with Lamech 56 years.

Primacy in Sumer transferred to Nannar/Sin. Marduk proclaims Babylon "Gateway of the Gods." The "Tower of Babel" incident. The Anunnaki confuse Mankind's languages.

His coup frustrated, Marduk/Ra returns to Egypt, deposes Thoth, seizes his younger brother Dumuzi who had betrothed Inanna. Dumuzi accidentally killed; Marduk imprisoned alive in the Great Pyramid. Freed through an emergency shaft, he goes into exile.

3400 B.C. OR 11,400 B.C.

·         Seth's great-great-great grandchild, Enoch, son of Jared was born. Enoch lived 365 years and fathered sons and daughters. ("The Arabian name of Enoch is Edris, and their traditions of him are that he was an eminent astronomer, mathematician and prophet of God.")

·         Seth's great-great-great-great grandchild, Methuselah, son of Enoch was born. Methuselah lived 969 years, making him the oldest of the ancient ones, and the oldest man to ever live. (Methuselah's name means, "At his death, it will come." Methuselah died the year of the flood.) Methuselah fathered sons and daughters.

·         After Methuselah's birth, the Bible records that Enoch developed an especially close relationship with God leading to his translation to heaven at the age of 365. "And Enoch walked with God 365 years and begat sons and daughters," Gen. 5:22 "And he was not for God took him." Gen. 5:24

3300 B.C.

·         The marriage of brother and half sister (different mother) was common until prohibited by the Law of Moses in 1491 B.C.

·         "It is said of Seth and his posterity that they were very good and virtuous, and very happy, without any considerable misfortunes for seven generations." Josephus

·         "Seth and his posterity were the inventors of that peculiar sort of wisdom which is concerned with the heavenly bodies and their order." Josephus

3200 B.C.

·         The Cainites held greater and greater influence over the godly descendants of Seth as intermarriage became more and more pervasive. Gen. 6:1-2

·         Violence, debauchery and immorality characterized a growing percentage of human society. Gen. 6:1-2,4-5, 11

·         Seth's great-great-great-great-great grandchild, Lamech, son of Methuselah was born. Lamech lived 777 years and fathered sons and daughters. Lamech was the first man on record who died a natural death before his father. Lamech was able to talk with Adam 56 years (He learned of the Garden of Eden, etc., directly.), his grandsons Japheth, Shem and Ham 98 years, and thus became the intervening link that could bring the eyewitness history from the "Creation" to the death of Shem after the flood. This was a period of 2158 years.

3100 B.C. OR 11,100 B.C.

·         Methuselah talked with Seth 355 years, Enos 453 years, Cainan 548 years, Mahalaleel 603 years, Jared 735 years and with Enoch 300 years.

·         Adam died at the age of 930. (3474 B.C.)

·         Enoch was translated in 3017 B.C. at the age of 365.


3,100-3, 350
years of chaos end with installation of first Egyptian Pharaoh in Memphis. Civilization comes to the Second Region.

3000 B.C.

·         Seth died at the age of 912. (2962 B.C.)

·         Seth's great-great-great-great-great-great grandchild, Noah, son of Lamech was born. Noah lived 905 years and fathered three sons.

2900 B.C.


Kingship in Sumer transferred to Erech. Inanna given dominion over the Third Region; the Indus Valley Civilization begins.

·         Enos died at the age of 905. (2864B.C.)

·         With intermarriage now common, the Cainites held pervasive influence over the godly descendants of Seth. High moral, social and religious principles were fast becoming extinct.

·         Violence, debauchery and immorality now characterized almost the entirety of human society. Gen. 6:11

2800 B.C.

·         Noah talked with Cainan 179 years, Mahalaleel 243 years, Jared 366 years and with Lamech 595 years.

·         Cainan died at the age of 910. (2769 B.C.)

·         Mahalaleel died in 2714 B.C. at the age of 895.

2700 B.C.

·         Wickedness continued to increase. The great ages of the people allowed for an unparalleled pool of united experience, appetite and imagination applied to any given pursuit.


Sumer's royal capital shifts about. Kingship deteriorates. Enlil loses patience with the unruly human multitudes.


2600 B.C.

·         Jared died at the age of 962. (2582 B.C.)

·         Society essentially became corrupt. Only a few godly people remained.

2500 B.C.

·         Noah's sons were born. Shem the elder son carried on Seth's godly line. Shem lived 600 years and fathered five sons. Shem was 98 at the time of the flood. Gen. 10:21 Japheth, the middle son, fathered seven sons. And Ham, the younger son, fathered four sons. Gen. 9:24

·         Noah was called to build the ark and warn of the coming flood. (Circa. 2466 B.C.) Gen. 6

·         Noah began 120 years of prophesying about the coming flood. God asked him to conduct this warning for humanity.



2400 B.C. OR 10,400 BC


·         Lamech died five years before the flood at the age of 777. (2353 B.C.)

·         Methuselah died shortly before the flood at the age of 969. (2348 B.C.)

·         The ark was completed. (Circa. 2348 B.C.) Gen. 7

·         The 120 years of warning came to an end. Gen. 7

·         The flood deluged the earth. (2348 B.C.) Gen. 7 (Noah and his family were in the ark one year and ten days. They entered in 2348 B.C. and exited in 2347 B.C.) The Deluge: Different Dates Assigned: Usher and English Bible, 2348 B.C.; Hebrew Bible, 2288 B.C.; Playfair Bible, 2352 B.C.; Clinton Bible, 2482 B.C.; Samaritan Pent, 2998 B.C.; Josephus, 3146 B.C.; Dr. Hales, 3155 B.C.; Septuagint, 3246 B.C.

·         Meat, grain and vegetables were given to humanity as food items. Gen 9:2-4

·         Murder was forbidden. Gen 9:5

·         Death penalty for murder, by either animals or humans, instated. Gen. 9:5-6

·         The rainbow covenant was instated. God covenanted with humanity and the animal kingdom to never again destroy the earth by flood. The first rainbow was seen. Gen. 8:21-22 and Gen. 9:8-17

·         Noah's three sons, Shem, Japheth and Ham began to repopulate the earth.

·         Shem had four of his five sons: Arphaxad, who lived 438 years and carried on Seth's godly family line, then Elam, then Asshur "Builder of Nineveh" and finally Lud. Gen. 10:11

·         Japheth had three of his seven sons: Comer, Magog and Madai. (No dates or years are given for Japheth's descendants.)

·         Ham had four sons: Cush, Mizraim, Phut and Canaan. (No dates or years are given for Ham's descendants.)

·         Shem's first grandchild, Salah, son of Arphaxad was born. Salah lived 433 years, and carried on Seth's godly posterity. He fathered a number of sons and daughters.

Inanna falls in love with Sharru-Kin (Sargon). He establishes new capital city Agade (Akkad). Akkadian empire launched.

Aiming to rule the four regions, Sargon removes sacred soil from Babylon. The Marduk-Inanna conflict flares up again. It ends when Nergal, Marduk's brother, journeys from south Africa to Babylon and persuades Marduk to leave Mesopotamia.

2300 B.C. OR 10,300 B.C.

·         Ham's first grandchild, Nimrod (also known as Izdhubar), son of Cush was born. Nimrod founded Babylon (or Chaldea, the capital was Ur). The Tower of Babel was started. ("The Tower of Babel" the probable "Temple of Jupiter Belus" in Babylon was seen and described by Herodotus in 440 B.C. It was a quarter of a mile square at the base and in eight stories rose 650 feet high.) Gen.10:10

·         Shem's fifth son, Aram, was born. Aram had four sons. Gen. 10:23

·         Shem's great grandchild, Eber (or Heber), son of Salah was born. Eber lived 464 years and fathered two sons.

·         Ham's second and third grandchildren were born. Sidon founded Sidon (the Sidonians and Ammonites) and Heth, the sons of Cannan.

·         The destruction of the Tower of Babel caused the dispersion of Babylon's population, sending it to the ends of the earth. It was 101 years from the flood to the "Confusion of Tongues" and the "Dispersion." (2247 B.C.) Gen. 11:1-9

·         (Exaggerated Chronologies. "Exaggerated chronologies are common to a large number of nations. Critical examination has (in all cases but one) demonstrated their fallacy; and the many myriads of years postulated for their past civilization and history by the Babylonians, Assyrians, Hindus, Chinese, and others have been shown to be pure fiction, utterly unworthy of belief. Cuneiform scholars confidently place the beginning of Babylon about B.C. 2300, of Assyria about B.C. 1500. The best Arian scholars place the dawn of the Iran civilization about B.C. 1500, of India about B.C. 1200. Chinese investigators can find nothing solid or substantial in the past of the 'Celestials' earlier than B.C. 781, or, at the furthest B.C. 1154." Rawlinson (The "Temple of Jupiter Belus" was named by Nebuchadnezzar. "The Temple of the Seven Lights of the Earth" at Borsippa-Barzipa. ie, Tower of Tongues, located eleven miles from the north ruins of Babylon was described thus by Nebuchadnezzar in the "Borsippa Inscription." "A former king built it, but he did not complete its head. SINCE A REMOTE TIME PEOPLE HAD ABANDONED IT, WITHOUT ORDER EXPRESSING THEIR WORDS. Since that time the earthquake and the thunder had dispersed its sun-dried clay; the bricks of the casing had been split, and the ear of the interior had been scattered in heaps. Merodach, the great lord, excited my mind to repair this building. I did not change the site, nor did I take away the foundation stone. As it had been in former times, so I founded, I made it as it had been in ancient days, so I exalted its summit." Smith's Bible Dictionary.)

·         Shem's great-great grandchild, Peleg, son of Eber was born. Peleg's name means, "division." "During his lifetime the people of the world were divided into different language groups and dispersed" Gen 10:24 Peleg lived 239 years and fathered sons and daughters. His brother's name was Joktan. Joktan had 13 sons.)

·         The descendants of Japheth dispersed, populating Greece, Parthia, Russia and northern Europe.

·         Javan, son of Japheth settled Greece or Ionia. (Attica, Arcadia and Sparta) (The Greeks are said to have been the descendants of Javan, the fourth son of Japheth.)

·         The descendants of Ham dispersed, populating Africa and Egypt.

·         Mizraim or Egypt began to be established. (First through sixth Dynasties) (Old Empire or Native Dynasties 2450 B.C. or 2250 B.C. to about 1750 B.C.)

·         The descendants of Canaan settled Phoenicia or Canaan. (The city of Sidon was early celebrated for its textile fabrics, and Tyre for its commerce in purple. The people were the most eminent navigators and traders of antiquity. From Phoenicia came the original Roman alphabet.)

·         The descendants of Shem dispersed forming the Semetic people of the Middle East, including the Arabs and the nation of Israel.

·         Shem's great-great-great grandchild, Reu, son of Peleg was born. Reu lived 239 years and fathered sons and daughters.

·         Fohi (or Yao) founded China. He was supposed to be the Noah of the Bible. Chinese historians state that Fohi was a divine personage and that he invented a symbolic mode of writing. He also invented music, dressmaking and the custom of sacrificing at the solstices. First Dynasty, Hiah began. (2240 B.C.)


Naram-Sin ascends the throne of Akkad. Directed by the warlike Inanna, he penetrates the Sinai peninsula, invades Egypt.

Inanna usurps the power in Mesopotamia; Naram-Sin defies Nippur. The Great Anunnaki obliterate Agade. Inanna escapes. Sumer and Akkad occupied by foreign troops loyal to Enlil and Ninurta.

Sumerian civilization
rises to new heights under enlightened rulers of Lagash. Thoth helps its king Gudea build a ziggurat-temple for Ninurta.

2200 B.C.


·         Ninth Dynasty of Thebes began. (Date not known)

·         Shem's great-great-great-great grandchild, Serug, son of Reu was born. Serug lived 230 years and fathered sons and daughters.

·         Shem's great-great-great-great-great grandchild, Nahor, son of Serug was born. Nahor lived 148 years and fathered sons and daughters.

·         Shem's great-great-great-great-great-great grandchild, Terah, son of Nahor was born. Terah lived 205 years. Terah had three sons.



Terah, Abraham's father, born in Nippur into a priestly-royal family.

Egypt divided; followers of Ra/Marduk retain the south; Pharaohs opposed to him gain the throne of lower Egypt.

As Enlil and Ninurta are increasingly away, central authority also deteriorates in Mesopotamia. Inanna's attempts to regain the kingship for Erech does not last.

The Fateful Century
B.C 2,123
Abraham born in Nippur.

Enlil entrusts the Lands of Shem to Nannar; Ur declared capital of new empire. Ur- Nammmu ascends throne, is named Protector of Nippur. A Nippurian priest - Terah, Abraham's father - comes to Ur to liaison with its royal court.

2100 B.C.

·         Shem's great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandchildren, Haran and Nahor, sons of Terah were born. Haran and  Nahor were the brothers of Abraham.

·         Nahor, son of Serug died at the age of 148. (2007 B.C.)

·         Peleg died at the age of 239. (2008 B.C.)

2,096 BC
Ur-Nammu dies in battle. The people consider his untimely death a betrayal by Anu and Enlil. Terah departs with his family for Harran.

2,095 BC
Shulgi ascends the throne of Ur, strengthens imperial ties. As empire thrives, Shulgi falls under charms of Inanna, becomes her lover. Grants Larsa to Elamites in exchange for serving as his Foreign Legion.

2,080 BC

ban princes loyal to Ra/Marduk press northward under Mentuhotep I. Nabu, Marduk's son, gains adherents for his father in Western Asia.

2,055 BC
On Nannar's orders, Shulgi sends
Elamite troops to suppress unrest in Canaanite cities. Elamites reach the gateway to the Sinai peninsula and its Spaceport.

2,048 BC
Shulgi dies. Marduk moves to the Land of the Hittites. Enlil ordered Abraham to southern Canaan with an elite corps of cavalrymen.

2,047 BC
Amar-Sin (the biblical Amraphel) becomes king of Ur. Abraham goes to Egypt, stays five years, then returns with more troops.

2,041 BC
Guided by Inanna, Amar-Sin forms a coalition of Kings of the East, launches military expedition to Canaan and the Sinai. Its leader is the Elamite Khedor-la'omer. Abraham blocks the advance at the gateway to the Spaceport.

2,038 BC
Shu-Sin replaces Amar-Sin on throne of Ur as the empire disintegrates.

2,029 BC
Ibbi-Sin replaces Shu-Sin. The western provinces increasingly to Marduk.

2,024 BC
Leading his followers, Marduk marches on Sumer, enthrones himself in Babylon. Fighting spreads to central Mesopotamia. Nippur's Holy of Holies is defiled. Enlil demands punishment for Marduk and Nabu; Enki opposes, but his son Nergal sides with Enlil.

As Nabu marshals his Canaanite followers to capture the Spaceport, the Great Anunnaki approve of the use of nuclear weapons. Nergal and Ninurta destroy the Spaceport and the errant Canaanite cities.

2,023 BC The winds carry the radioactive cloud to Sumer. People die a terrible death, animals perish, the water is poisoned, the soil becomes barren. Sumer and its great civilization lie prostrate. Its legacy passes to Abraham's seed as he begets -at age 100- a legitimate heir: Isaac.



2000 B.C.

·         Noah died at the age of 950. Noah lived after the flood 350 years and died two years before Abraham was born. (1998 B.C.)

·         Terah's third son, Abraham, was born. Abraham was called "The Father of the Faithful" and "The Friend of God."

·         Haran's daughter, Milcah, was born.

·         Terah's daughter, Sarah, was born.

·         Haran's daughter, Iscah, was born.

·         Reu died at the age of 239 years. (1978 B.C.)

·         Haran's son, Lot, was born.

·         Nahor and Milcah married. (Milcah was niece and wife to Nahor.)

·         Serug died at the age of 230. (1955 B.C.)

·         Sarah and Abraham married.

·         Terah left Ur of the Chaldeans to go to Canaan. He stopped short of his goal, however, and settled in the village of Haran.

·         Nahor's son, Bethule, was born.

·         Lot's two daughters are born.

·         Terah died at the age of 205. (1921 B.C.)

·         Enlil called Abraham to leave Ur. He and Lot left and journeyed to Canaan. They settled in Shechem (Sichem). (There are 427 years from the flood to the "Call of Abraham." In the call Abraham was promised descendants, and that though him "all the families of the earth will be blessed.") Genesis 12:1-3 (1921 B.C.)

·         A famine drove Abraham and Lot into Egypt. (1919 B.C.)

·         Abraham and Lot returned to Canaan and in 1916 BC they separated. (1917 B.C.)

·         The Elamites invaded Sodom. Chedoralaomer took Lot and all the people of Sodom captive. Abraham pursued and recaptured all. He killed the four kings. Genesis 14 (1913 B.C.)

·         Hagar, Sarah's slave mistress, bore Abraham a son, Ishmael. Ishmael lived 137 years. He fathered 12 sons and became the father of the Arab nations.

·         Arphaxad died at the age of 438. (Arphaxad talked with Abraham 88 years.) (1908 B.C.)

1900 B.C.

·         This was the beginning of the Hykso's (or Shepherd Kings of Egypt) three dynasties. The three rulers of this century were: Set (or Saites) for 19 years, Bnon for 40 years and Pacchnan for 36 years. This era was termed the "Middle Empire." (1750 B.C. to 1500 B.C.)

·         God repeated his promise of a son to be born to Abraham and Sarah. The covenant of circumcision was made (the sign and seal). Abraham's name was changed from Abram to Abraham, and Sarah's from Sarai to Sarah. (1898 B.C.)

·         Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed. Lot along with his two daughters and wife were evacuated from the city by angels. Lot's wife looked back, in disobedience to an expressed command, and became a pillar of salt. (1898 B.C.)

·         Sarah gave birth to Isaac in her nineties.

·         Hagar and Ishmael were banished from Abraham's camp and returned to the Euphrates River area.

·         Ishmael's blood descendants formed the Arabs, but all Moslems, including the Persians, trace ancestry back to Abraham through Ishmael.

·         Lot's two daughters each bore a son by their father. They were Moab, father of the Moabites, and Ben-Ammi, father of the Ammonites. Gen 19:30-38

·         Bethuel, son of Nahor and Milcah, fathered Laban and Rebekah.

·         Salah died at the age of 433. Salah talked with Abraham 118 years and outlived the burning of Sodom by 19 years. (1878 B.C.)

·         Sarah died. (1859 B.C.)

·         The first immigration into Greece by Inachus began. Greece was already in the possession of powerful tribes, called "The Pelasgi" when the four immigrations of Inachus, Cecrops, Cadmus and Pelops brought Greece into historic notice. From the earliest account of Greece to the Trojan War (1184 B.C.) is termed "The Fabulous Age." (1856 B.C.)

·         Whang-ti became Emperor of China at 12 years of age. "He spoke as soon as weaned...discovered the use of the magnet, and made many astonishing inventions." Chinese History (1852B.C.)

·         Isaac and Rebekah married. Isaac was 40 at the time.

·         Assyria, a colony from Babylonia, capital Asshur, became independent under Ismi. Dagan (1852 B.C.)

·         Shem died at the age of 600. Shem lived after the flood 502 years and after Noah 152 years. He talked with Abraham 150 years and with Isaac 50 years. He outlived Lot's wife by 52 years. (1846 B.C.)

·         Twin sons, Esau and Jacob, were born to Isaac and Rebekah. Jacob carried on Adam, Seth, Shem and Abraham's godly family line. Esau founded the nation of Edom. (1836 B.C.)

·         Abraham died at the age of 175. (1821 B.C.)

·         Esau sold his birthright to Jacob for a bowl of lentils. Gen. 25:29-34

·         God passed on Abraham's covenant promise to Isaac. Gen. 26:1-5

·         Eber died at the age of 464 years. Eber outlived Abraham by four years, and overlapped Isaac 79 years, and Jacob 20 years. (1817 B.C.)

1800 B.C

·         Egypt's "Middle Empire" continued. This century's rulers were Staan for 50 years, Archles for 49 years, Apepi (or Apophis) the last king, for 61 years. Joseph was chief minister of Apepi.

·         Jacob moved to Mesopotamia. God passed on the covenant promise to him.

·         Ishmael died at the age of 137. (1773 B.C.)

·         The second dynasty, Shang, began in China. (1756 B.C.)

·         Jacob married both Leah (by trickery) and Rachel. Leah bore Jacob six sons and one daughter. Her maid, Zilpah, whom she caused to be a surrogate mother for her, bore Jacob two sons. Rachel bore Jacob two sons and her maid, Bilhah, whom she caused to be a surrogate mother for her, bore Jacob two sons. In total Jacob (Israel) had twelve sons: Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, Joseph and Benjamin. The family tree is traced from Adam to the twelve sons of Jacob, from whom sprang the "Twelve Tribes" of the Israelites. (Circa.1752 B.C.)

·         Levi's second son, Kohath, was born. Kohath lived 133 years and was the family line through which the Levitical priesthood came. He was a direct ancestor of Moses and Aaron. (1735 B.C.)

·         Jacob was called by God to move back to Canaan. He began his journey. On the way he wrestled with an angel who changed his name to "Israel."

·         Rachel died on the way back to Canaan. (1732 B.C.)

·         Joseph was sent captive to Egypt at the age of seventeen. (1728 B.C.)

·         Isaac died at the age of 180. (1716 B.C.)

·         Joseph was made governor of Egypt. (1715 B.C.)

·         Jacob, now called Israel, and his family went into Egypt. Of Jacob's children and grandchildren, sixty-six went down to Egypt. These plus the nine wives of his sons made 75 people in all. It was 215 years after the "Call of Abraham" that Jacob and his family moved to Egypt. Two hundred and fifteen years later Moses led them out of Egypt and received the Law on Mt. Sinai. Acts 7:14 and Gal. 3:17 (1706 B.C.)

1700 B.C

·         Pelasgi, from Ardacia, settled Italy (or Latium). The Pelasgi were the primitive inhabitants of Greece and Italy and probably belonged to the Indo-Germanic race. From the Pelasgi came the Dorians, Aeolians and Ionians, all three being Heilenes or Greeks. (1694 B.C.)

·         Jacob elevated Ephraim and Manasseh to the same status as his sons, creating the twelve tribes of Israel (Thirteen tribes actually, but Levi was elevated to the status of priesthood, leaving twelve to divide up the land).

·         All Babylonia was permanently united. The capital, "Babylon the Great," for some 1700 years stood as the queen city of the world. Pliny says, "It was the greatest city the sun ever shone upon." "Its walls, 300 feet high and 75 feet wide, enclosed an area of 225 square miles. Its temples, palaces, fortresses, brazen gates, quays, artificial mountains and lakes, made it one of the Seven Wonders of the World." Strabo.

·         Jacob died at the age of 147. (1689 B.C.)

·         Aahmes became Pharoah of Egypt. He ruled for 25 years, expelling the Hyksos and restoring the temples. (Circa. 1655 B.C.)

·         Kohath's son, Amram, was born. Amram fathered Moses, Aaron and Miriam. (1646 B.C.)

·         This was believed to be the time of the book of Job. Job, of Idumea, an Arabian sage, was supposed by some to be identical with Jobab who was a grandson of Easu. (Circa. 1655 B.C.)

·         Levi's daughter, Jochebed, was born. (Jochebed later became the wife of Amram and the mother of Moses, Aaron and Miriam.)

·         Genesis, the Bible's first book, came to an end. Genesis embraced 2369 years of history. The Bible's second book, Exodus, began.

·         Joseph died at the age of 110. (1635 B.C.)

·         Levi died. (1632 B.C.)

·         Krishna flourished about this time in India.

·         Amen-Hotep the First became Pharaoh of Egypt. He reigned 24 years. Horses and wheeled carts were first represented on monuments.

1600 B.C.

Orion group arrived - In approximately 3,600 of your years in the past, as you measure time, there was an influx of those of the Orion group, as you call them. Due to the increasing negative influences upon thinking and acting distortions, they were able to begin working with those whose impression from olden times, as you may say, was that they were special and different. An entity of the Confederation, many, many thousands of your years in the past, the one you may call “Yahweh,” had, by genetic cloning, set up these particular biases among these peoples who had come gradually to dwell in the vicinity of Egypt, as well as in many, many other places, by dispersion after the down-sinking of the land mass Mu. Here the Orion group found fertile soil in which to plant the seeds of negativity, these seeds, as always, being those of the elite, the different, those who manipulate or enslave others. The one known as Yahweh felt a great responsibility to these entities. However, the Orion group had been able to impress upon the peoples the name Yahweh as the one responsible for this elitism. Yahweh then was able to take what you would call stock of its vibratory patterns and became, in effect, a more eloquently effective sound vibration complex. In this complex the old Yahweh, now unnamed, but meaning “He comes,” began to send positively oriented philosophy. This was approximately, in your past, of 3,300 years. Thus, the intense portion of what has become known as Armageddon was joined. Yahweh, who still felt that if it could raise up entities which were superior to the negative forces, that these superior entities could spread the Law of One. Thus this entity, “Yod-Heh-Shin-Vau-Heh,” came among your people in form according to incarnate being and mated in the normal reproductive manner of your physical complexes, thus birthing a generation of much larger beings, these beings called “Anak.” The other method used to greater effect later in the scenario, as you would call it, was the thought-form such as we often use among your peoples to suggest the mysterious or the sublime. You may be familiar with some of these appearances. we will briefly point the way by indicating the so-called wheel within a wheel and the cherubim with sleepless eye.


        Thothmes I became Pharaoh in Egypt and ruled 22 years. He first invaded Asia.

·         A little over half of Israel's 215 years in Egypt had passed.

·         Amram and Jochebed married. (Circa 1589 B.C.)

·         Miriam was born to Amram and Jochebed. (Circa. 1580 B.C.) Miraim became a prophetess and leader in the Israelite exodus.

·         Thothmes II became Pharaoh of Egypt and reigned 13 years.

·         Atlas, the Astronomer, came on the scene. (1588 B.C.)

·         Aaron was born to Amram and Jochebed. (1574 B. C.) Aaron lived 123 years and fathered four children. It was through Aaron's line that the Levitical priesthood was founded.

·         Hatasu became Queen of Egypt (daughter of Thothmes) and reigned 20 years. (It is said she wore men's clothing).

·         Moses was born to Amarm and Jochebed and was adopted into the Egyptian royal court. At the age of 12 he was taken to live with the Egyptian royal family. (Troy, Athens and Thebes were founded during the days of Moses.) (1571 B.C.)

·         Cecrops, from Egypt, founded Athens. (1556 B.C.)

·         Thothmes III, The Great, became Pharoah of Egypt and reigned 40 years. As Egypt's greatest conqueror Thothmes III, became known as "The Egyptian Alexander." He adorned Egypt with magnificent temples and works of art and erected the New York Obelisk. "Egypt was at her climax, under Thothmes III. His conquests embraced the then known world of Arabia, Syria, Assyria, Babylonia, Phoenicia, Armenia, Asia Minor, the Isles of the Daniai (probably in the Archipelago), Cyprus, Ethiopia, Libya and Nubia." Dr. Birch.

·         Scamander founded the kingdom of Troy. Homer immortalized its history. (1546 B.C.)

·         Joshua, son of Nun, of the tribe of Ephraim, was born. Joshua lived 110 years and became the leader of Israel after Moses' death. (1536 B.C.)

·         Moses escaped Egypt and settled in Midian. (Circa.1530 B.C.)

·         Moses and Zipporah married.

·         Aaron's sons, Nadab, Eleazar, Abihu and Ithamar were born.

·         Moses' sons Gershom and Elezer were born.

·         Amen-Hotep II became Pharoah of Egypt and reigned 31 years.

·         Amram died. (1509 B.C.)

·         The institution of the Areopagus was founded in Greece. (1504 B.C.)

1500 B.C.

·         Panathenaean games began. (1495 B.C.)

·         The Roman alphabet was developed. "Cadmus was said to have brought the fifteen Phoenician letters into Greece. They gradually changed in form, until they became the ground of the Roman letters now used in Europe and America." Arundelian Marbles. "Cadum did first the wondrous art devise, of painting thought and speaking to the eyes." (1493 B.C.)

·         Moses saw the burning bush and was called by God to deliver His people from Egypt. Moses arrived in Egypt. The ten plagues occurred.



·         The Kolbrin places this date as the last passage of “the Destroyer”.

14 April 1446 BC

Even after the 9 plagues, Pharaoh still refused to let the children of Israel go. However, after the 10th plague, the death of the firstborn of all Egypt including the firstborn of Pharaoh, he begged them to go. The only ones spared from the 10th plague were those who had put their trust in God's word and were "covered by the blood of the lamb" when the Lord passed over at midnight. When the children of Israel left Egypt they asked to be given articles of silver, of gold, and clothing. They also took with them the remains of Joseph as promised. There were about 600,000 men on foot, besides children. And a mixed multitude of others went out with them also. [Exo 12:37-38]
During the Passover night... when the Death Angel struck the firstborn in all Egypt... the Bible does not say the firstborn of Pharaoh was his son... could have been his daughter. [Exo 12:29]

There is a footnote to Exo. 12:40 pointing to the Samaritan Pentateuch and the Greek Septuagint. These two documents state that this verse refers to the sojourn of children of Israel who lived not only in Egypt, but Canaan as well. This verse says nothing about 400 or 430 years of "affliction," only that they had lived in Egypt and Canaan for 430 years. Exo 12:41 says only that they went out of Egypt "on that same day"... which I believe points to a day in 1876 BC when Abraham went to Mt. Moriah to sacrifice Isaac as a test of his faith in God (1876-430=1446). This event is a correlation of the Crucifixion of Jesus when God sacrificed His own son for us [Exo 12:40-41]. The 430 years sojourn could not have begun when Jacob brought his family to Egypt... if it had, the Exodus would have taken place in about 1250 BC (as some believe)... and Amram would have been 314 years old when Moses was born, 80 years before the Exodus... the Bible states he only lived 137 years.


 The Kolbrin refers to the last passing of the Destroyer (a heavenly body which was seen to pass every few thousand years leaving a wake of destruction on Earth)  being when the Pharaoh released the Israelite slaves.. It is interesting to note the Egyptians knew of the destroyer and its effects. The first nine plagues were not solely for the Egyptians but were shared by the rest of the known world.  It is suspected the first nine plagues were viewed as unavoidable effects of the Destroyer not miracles of God. When the first born child of each Egyptian family was killed over night, it was viewed as personal and not a natural occurrence. Pharaoh got the message.


·          The Passover was instituted. The Israelites left Egypt, loaded with riches given them by the Egyptians. The Red Sea was crossed. The Egyptian army was wiped out. The Law was given. The tabernacle was made. Aaron became the first High Priest. The Theocracy, under God, began and lasted 396 years. The book of Exodus ended its 145-year history. The Book of Leviticus was written in one month. The book of Numbers began. The census was taken. The camp was organized. Canaan was reached. The 12 spies were sent out. The people murmured and were turned back into the wilderness for 40 years. The journey in the wilderness began. Aaron died on Mt. Hor. Eleazar succeeded Aaron as High Priest. Numbers 20:28 (1491 B.C.)

·         Lacadaemmon married Sparta. The City of Sparta was founded. (1490 B.C.)

·         Helen came to power in Greece. (The mythical ancestor of all the Greeks.) (1459 B.C.)

·         The book of Numbers ended its 39-year history of the wanderings of the Israelites. (Circa. 1452 B.C.)

·         The twelve tribes of Israel reached the Promised Land. The book of Deuteronomy was written in five weeks. Joshua was made the leader of the Israelites. Moses died on Mt. Nebo at the age of 120. (Moses was taken to heaven. Jude 1:9 and Luke 9:28-33.) Israel entered Canaan 41 years after the Exodus from Egypt. Jericho was taken and the invasion of Palestine began. Joshua defeated the five kings of Canaan. (Joshua 10) The book of Joshua was begun. Palestine became the home of both the Canaanites and the Children of Israel. (1451 B.C.)

·         The Book of Joshua concluded its 25-year history. Joshua died at the age of 110. (1426 B.C.)

·         This was the time of the Elders. From the death of Joshua there was a span of 17 years before the first Judge appeared. The Elders who outlived Joshua filled the role of leadership to Israel for a portion of these years. Israel "served the Lord" during this time. Once these Elders died the nation began to abandon the Theocracy. Leadership was weak and for the most part the people did "every man what is right in his own eyes." Judges 2:7,10, Judges 2:10-13 and Judges 21:25

·         The Israelite's first servitude to Mesopotamia (Syria). It lasted for eight years. Judges 3:1-8 (1417 B.C.)

·         The first judge, Othnel, ruled for 40 years. Judges 3:9-11 (The chronology of the Judges is very uncertain because we are not told where overlapping occurs. This is one possible alignment.) (1409 B.C.)

1400 B.C.

·         Nineteenth Dynasty of Thebes. Ramesses I ruled for one year in Egypt. (Circa. 1399 B.C.)

·         Seti I (or Sesostris), Ramesses' son, began his 25-year rule of Egypt. Seti I built the "Grand Hall of Columns" at Karnak, began Belzoni's tomb, dug the canal from the Nile to the Red Sea and made the "Great Table of Abydos." (Circa.1398 B.C.)

·         Troas came to power in Troy. He founded the city of Troy. (1373 B.C.)

·         Ramseese II, The Great, son of Seti I, began his 61-year rule of Egypt. Ramseese II was the most famous of the Egyptian kings. He was termed the King of the Persecution. He built cities and magnificent temples, one of which is the Rock Temple of Ipsambul with its four Colossi, 70 feet high. He also built the great wall, 30 miles long, the Raameseum at Thebes and introduced polygamy in Egypt. He was the father of 59 sons and 60 daughters. (Circa.1373 B.C.)

·         Israel's second servitude by Elgon, king of Moab, lasted 18 years. (1369 B.C.)

·         Israel's second judge was Ehud. Judges 3:30 states that the land was at rest for 80 years after he started to rule. (Usher, however, allowed Ehud only a 13-year span of leadership.) Judges 3:12-30. The third judge was Shamgar. His length of service was not recorded. Judges 3:31 (1356 B.C.)

·         Israel's fourth servitude under Jaben and Sisera lasted 20 years.

·         Israel's fourth period of Judges was under the leadership of Deborah and Barak and lasted for 40 years. Judges 4 and 5 (1338 B.C.)

·         Israel's fifth servitude to Midian lasted for seven years.

·         The Institution of the Isthmian Games by Sisyphus was established. (1326 B.C.)

·         Menepthah, son of Ramesses II came to power in Egypt. He ruled 10 years. (Circa.1310 B.C.)




1300 B.C.

Confederation  group arrived


·         Siculi, from Italy, settled Sicily. (Circa. 1293 B.C.)

·         Israel's fifth Judge, Gideon, ruled for 40 years. Judges 6 - 8 (1291 B.C.)

·         This was the beginning of the Twentieth Dynasty of Thebes. Set-Net was the ruler for about 3 years. He restored order. Ramesses III, his son, who ruled for about 35 years, succeeded him. Ramesses III is known as the "Egyptian Solomon." He "built the Temple of Ammon at Meoinet-Abou. He was the last of the heroic Kings of Egypt, uniting the valor of David with the luxury of Solomon." D. S. Birch. (1280 B.C.)

·         Assyria and Babylon united under Tiglathninip I, son of Shalmaneser I. He was the first to assume the title, "King of Nations" as king of Sumir and Akkad. (1271 B.C.)

·         Tyndareus, father of Helen, became ruler of Sparta. (Greece) (1266 B.C.)

·         Temple of Apollo at Delphi was built. Argonautic Expedition, under Jason, to Colchia was accomplished. (First Naval Expedition on record.) (1263 B.C.)

·         Palamedes invented dice. (1244 B.C.)

·         Hercules (or Heracles) became ruler in Mycenae. (1240 B.C.)

·         The time of the Book of Ruth was in progress. Ruth married Boaz, a relative of her mother-in-law. (1256 B.C.)

·         Israel's sixth Judge, Abimelech, one of Gideon's sons, killed his brothers and appointed himself as Judge. His term lasted 3 years.

·         Israel's seventh Judge, Tola, ruled for 23 years. Judges 10:1-2 (1251 B.C.)

·         Troy was captured by the Argonauts. (1239 B.C.)

·         Theseus, the King in Attica, gathered his people into one city, which he named Athens. (1234 B.C.)

·         Rimmon became king of Babylon beginning its separation from Assyria. (1230 B.C.)

·         Israel's eighth Judge, Jair, ruled for 22 years. Judges 10:3-5

·         King Theseus of Attica carried off Helen, daughter of Tyndareus, King of Sparta. (She was rescued by Castor and Pollux, and married to Menelaus, who succeeded Tyndareus as King of Sparta.) (1228 B.C.)

·         Philistine and Ammonite oppression of Israel lasted for 18 years.

·         The decline of Egypt began. Art almost disappeared and literature was wanting. (1225 B.C.)

·         Priam, father of Paris, became ruler of Troy. Babylon and Assyria became separate nations again. (1220 B.C.)

·         Israel's ninth Judge, Jephthah, ruled for six years. Judges 10:6 -12:7 (1206 B.C.)

·         Israel's tenth Judge, Ibzan, ruled for seven years. Judges 12:8-10 (1200 B.C.)

1200 B.C.

·         Third Dynasty, Tchou, of China began. The first sovereign was Ven Vang (Circa. 1132 B.C.)

·         Paris, son of Priam, visited Greece and carried away Helen, wife of Menelaus, King of Sparta. Menelaus assembled the princes of Greece with their forces, under the command of Agamemnon, the brother of Menaiaus, and with a large armament sailed to Troy. (1194 B.C.)

·         After a siege of ten years, known as the Trojan War, the Greeks, under Agamemnon, took the city of Troy by stratagem and destroyed it. (The Trojan horse entered history.) (1184 B.C.)

·         Israel's eleventh Judge, Elon, ruled for 10 years. Judges 12:11-12 (1193 B.C.)

·         Israel's twelfth Judge, Abdon, ruled for 8 years. Judges 12:13-15 (1183 B.C.)

·         The seventh servitude of Israel, under the Philistines, lasted for 40 years.

·         Israel's thirteenth Judge, Samson, ruled for 20 years. Judges 13 - 16 (1175 B.C.)

·         The Book of First Samuel began its 115-year record of history. (1171 B.C.)

·         Israel's fourteenth Judge (and Priest), Eli, ruled for 40 years. 1 Samuel 1:3 and 4:18

·         The Book of Judges concluded its 271-year history. (1155 B.C.)

·         Israel's eighth servitude, under the Philistines, lasted 20 years.

·         Israel's fifteenth Judge, Samuel the Prophet, ruled for 20 years. 1 Samuel 3:19-21 and 4:1 (1115 B.C.)

1100 B.C.

·         Sadua (or Simmas-Sipak) became King of Babylon. He ruled for 17 years. A break of 220 years began in Babylonian history. The biarchy of Sparta began at the death of Aristodemus, in 1100 B.C. His twin sons succeeded him. The Twenty-first Dynasty of Tanis began in Egypt. (????Usurpation of High Priests. Hur-Nor, High Priest of Amnon, first ruler, 26 years.????) Egyptian history was a blank. A Chinese dictionary containing 40,000 characters was completed by Pa-out-she. ? (1100 B.C.)

·         The Theocracy ended and the Jewish Monarchy began. Saul, son of Kish, of the tribe of Benjamin, became the first King of Israel. From the crossing of Jordan River and the entrance into Canaan in 1451 B.C., to King Saul in 1065 B.C., was a period of 365 years. (1095 B.C.)

·         Beginning with 1080 B.C. few Assyrian inscriptions were known for about 150 years. The Hebrew kings, David and Solomon, became strong as Assyria became weak.

·         David began writing his Psalms.

·         David, son of Jesse, of the tribe of Judah, became king of Israel. The book of First Samuel ends its 115-year history. The Book of Second Samuel was begun. (1055 B.C.)

·         David defeated the Jebusites and Jerusalem became the capital of Israel. (1048 B.C.)

·         Solomon, David's son by Bathsheba, was born. (1033 B.C.)

·         Absolom revolted, was defeated and died. (1023 B.C.)

·         The book of Second Samuel was concluded. Second Samuel covered 38 years of history. First Kings, the eleventh book of the Bible, began its 119-year history.

·         Solomon, son of David, became King of Israel. His reign is called "The Glorious Kingdom." These were Israel's greatest years. (1015 B.C.)

·         Solomon's Temple was built.


1000 B.C.


      There was a landing approximately 3,000 of your years ago also in your South America, as you call it

·         Solomon's books, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon were written.

·         Syria lost to Israel in 980 B.C. Hadad (or Benhadad) was the ruler of Syria. He was hired by Asa, King of Judah, to make war on Bassha, King of Israel.

·         Solomon died. The fight for his throne resulted in the twelve tribes of Israel dividing, creating the Great Schism. The two southern tribes, Benjamin and Judah, maintained Jerusalem as their capital and became the Kingdom of Judah under the ruler ship of Rehoboam. He reigned 17 years. The Kingdom of Judah continued, with 20 kings from the reign of Solomon, for 387 years. The ten northern tribes of Israel revolted and became the kingdom of Israel under the ruler ship of Jeroboam. He reigned 21 years. Israel continued, with 19 kings from the reign of Solomon, for 254 years. Israel made Samaria its capitol. (975 B.C.)

·         Abijah became the king of Judah. (958 B.C.)

·         Asa became the king of Judah. Asa reigned 41 years and was noted as a good and godly king. (955 B.C.)

·         Nadab became the king of Israel. (954 B.C.)

·         Baasha became the king of Israel. Baasha reigned 23 years. ("There was war between Asa and Baasha all their days.") 1 Kings 15:32 (952 B.C.)

·         Elah became the king of Israel. He reigned 10 years. Asshur-Dayan II became the king of Assyria. (930 B.C.)

·         Benhadad, son of Hadad, became the king of Syria. He was at war with King Ahab of Israel for two years. (Circa. 925 B.C.)

·         Zimri made himself king of Israel. He reigned for seven days. (920 B.C.)

·         Omri became the king of Israel. He reigned for 10 years. (920 B.C.)

·         Ahab became the king of Israel. He married Jezebel and reigned for 21 years. During this time, Elijah was the prophet in Israel. (918 B.C.)

·         Jehoshaphat, son of Asa, became the king of Judah. He reigned for 25 years. Jehoshaphat was noted as a good king. (914 B.C.)

900 B.C.

·         Benhadad besieged Samaria. A severe famine resulted. Miraculously the Syrian army panicked and fled, producing a great plenty. Ahaziah became the king of Israel. He reigned one year and was noted as an evil king. (891 B.C.)

·         The book of Second Kings began its 308-year record of history. (890 B.C.)

·         First and Second Chronicles appeared in this century. First Chronicles was written in entirety, providing a genealogical history from the Creation to the death of David in 1015 B.C. Second Chronicles began its 427-year history, spanning from the death of David to the captivity by Nebuchadnezzar in 588 B.C.

·         Joram became the king of Israel. He reigned 12 years. (892 B.C.)

·         Jehoram became the king of Judah. He reigned four years. (889 B.C.)

·         Ahaziah became the king of Judah. He reigned one year. (885 B.C.)

·         Hazael became the king of Syria. He reigned 40 years.

·         Jehu became the king of Israel, reigning 27 years and Athaliah became the queen of Judah, reigning 6 years. (984 B.C.)

·         Nebo-Baladan became the king of Babylon. A boundary was fixed by treaty with Assyria. (880 B.C.)

·         Joash became the king of Judah at seven years of age, under the guidance of Jehoiadah the High Priest. Joash reigned 39 years. While Jehoiadah lived Joash was noted as a good king. At Jehoiadah's death Joash turned evil. He was finally slain. (878 B.C.)

·         Dido, from Tyre, sister of Pygmhlion, founded Carthage. ("Dido purchased, for her city, as much land as a bullock's hide would enclose; then cutting it into a very fine string made it enclose a large space.") (869 B.C.)

·         Jehoahaz became the king of Israel. He reigned 16 years. (857 B.C.)

·         During this time Elisha the Tishbite was a prophet in Israel. He served for about 55 years.

·         Jehoash became the king of Israel. He reigned 16 years. (841 B.C.)

·         Amaziah became the king of Judah. He reigned 29 years. (839 B.C.)

·         Jeroboam II became the king of Israel. He reigned 41 years. (825 B.C.)

·         Caranus founded Macedon. (813 B.C.)

·         Uzziah, became the king of Israel. He reigned 52 years. (810 B.C.)

800 B.C.

·         Jonah was called to preach to Nineveh. The book of Jonah was written. (785 B.C.)

·         Amos prophesied. The book of Amos was written. At this time, according to Archbishop Usher, there was an inter-regnum of 11 years in Israel. During this period Zechariah reigned for one year and Shallum for one month. (784 B.C.)

·         The first Olympiad was held. (July 1, 776 B.C.)

·         Romulus, the founder of Rome, was born. (770 B.C.)

·         Menahem became the king of Israel. He reigned for 11 years.

·         A remarkable eclipse of the sun was noted in the Assyrian Chronological Canon. The date proved correct. (763 B.C.)

·         Pekahiah became the king of Israel. He reigned two years. (761 B.C.)

·         Isaiah became a prophet in Israel. The book of Isaiah started. Isaiah prophesied for about 62 years. (760 B.C.)

·         Pekah became the king of Israel. He reigned 20 years. (759 B.C.)

·         Joel prophesied. The book of Joel was written. (758 B.C.)

·         Rome was founded by Romulus. He ruled 38 years. (April 21, 753 B.C.)

·         Jotham became the king of Judah. He ruled for 16 years and "did right." (758 B.C.)

·         Tiglathpileser II became the king of Assyria. He conquered Babylon. (745 B.C.)

·         Ahaz became the king of Judah. He ruled for 16 years and "did not right." (742 B.C.)

·         Anarchy reigned in Israel. (739 B.C.)

·         Babylon and Assyria became one nation under Assyria. Shalmaneser IV was king. (731 B.C.)

·         Hoshea became the king of Israel. (730 B.C.)

·         Hezekiah became the king of Judah. He reigned 23 years and was noted as "good." Shalmaneaser invaded Israel. Israel, under King Hoshea, became a tributary to Assyria. (728 B.C.)

·         Hosea prophesied. He was called to reprove Israel for their sins and idolatry and warn Judah. Hosea prophesied for 60 years. Hoshea revolted against Assyrian domination. (725 B.C.)

·         Assrya invaded Israel. (724 B.C.)

·         The Ethiopian twenty-fifth Dynasty began in Egypt. Shabak was ruler for 12 years. (723 B.C.)

·         The kingdom of Israel came to an end. Samaria was taken and Israel, comprised of the 10 northern tribes of the "Children of Israel," was carried away into Assrya, never to return. (They disappeared into the lands across the north, vanishing from worldview. Hence they are called "The Lost Tribes.") (721 B.C.)

·         Micah prophesied. The book of Micah was written. (710 B.C.)

·         Media revolted against Assrya. Deioces became the king of Media and Persia. He ruled for 53 years. (705 B.C.)

700 B.C.

·         Bablyon was destroyed and Jerusalem besieged by Sennacherib, the king of Assryia. Nahum prophesied. The book of

·         Nahum was written. (700 B.C.)

·         Manasseh became the king of Judah. He reigned 55 years and was noted as the most wicked of Judah's kings. During a short captivity Manasseh repented of his wickedness. He was restored to his kingdom and sought to reverse the effects of his earlier evil actions. (698 B.C.)

·         Esarhaddon restored Babylon. (681 B.C.)

·         Chinese historian, Sematsin, affixed the first dates to Chinese history. King-Vang I was ruler of China. (651 B.C.)

·         Amon became the king of Judah. He ruled two years and "did evil." (643 B.C.)

·         Josiah became the king of Judah. He ruled 31 years and is noted as a "noble king." (641 B.C.)

·         Zephaniah prophesied. The book of Zephaniah was written. (630 B.C.)

·         Jeremiah's prophesying began. He continued for 41 years. The book of Jeremiah started. (629 B.C.)

·         Nabopolassar became the king of Babylon. Uniting with Necho of Egypt and Cyaxares of Media, he took Nineveh and ended the Assyrian Empire. Thales, first of the seven sages, or wise men of Greece, suggested that the earth was round. (626 B.C.)

·         Aesop was born. He lived 56 years. (620 B.C.)

·         Rome flourished under Tarquin. (616 B.C.)

·         Jehoahaz became the king of Judah. He ruled for three months. Pharoah Neco of Egypt then deposed and imprisoned him, installing his son, Jehoiakim as king. Jehoahaz was taken prisoner to Egypt where he died. Jehoiakim became the king of Judah. He ruled for 11 years. Habakkuk prophesied. The book of Habakkuk was written. This is the time of Sappho, the Greek poetess. (610 B.C.)

·         Babylon invaded Judah. Daniel and his fellows, and "all the princes and all the mighty men of valor and all the craftsmen and smiths were carried away into Babylon." Daniel arose on the prophetic scene. His lived 72 years. The book of Daniel was started. 2 Kings 24:10-17 (606 B.C.)

·         Nebuchadnezzar became the king of Babylon. He ruled 43 years. The Chaldee-Babylonian Empire extended from the Tigris River to the Nile River. Daniel 11:38 (605 B.C.)

600 B.C.

·         Babylon again invaded Judah and took captives. (595 B.C.)

·         Ezekiel prophesied. The book of Ezekiel started. (595 B.C.)

·         Babylon invaded Jerusalem and brought Jewish independence to an end. From this time on the Jews are under Babylon, Persia, Egypt, Syria and Rome until 70 A.D. when they were scattered around the world. On the tenth of Loos, Solomon's temple burned. The kingdom of Judah existed 133 years after the ten tribes, comprising the Kingdom of Israel, were carried away into Assyria. (588 B.C.)

·         Obadiah written. (587 B.C.)

·         Cyrus became ruler of Media. Confucius was born in China. He lived 88 years. (559 B.C.)

·         Daniel was cast into the Lion's den. (554 B.C.)

·         The Temple of Diana, the third wonder of the world, was built at Ephesus. (552 B.C.)

·         Cyrus conquered Asia Minor. A republic was established in Carthage. (550 B.C.)

·         Thespis, Greek poet and tragedian. What about him? Born? (Circa. 549 B.C.)

·         Pisistratus founded the first public library at Athens and collected the poems of Homer. (544 B.C.)

·         Cyrus conquered Babylon, setting Darius on the throne as an under-king. The city of Babylon was 15 miles square. It had walls 350 feet high and 87 feet thick which incorporated 25 brass gates on each side. (538 B.C.)

·         Zerubbabel was sent up to Judah with 42,360 people to rebuild the Temple. Zerubbabel was governor of Jerusalem. The book of Ezra started its 80-year history. Pythagora, of Magna-Graecia visited Egypt. Pythagoras discovered the forty-seventh problem, the multiplication table and suggested ideas of which the Copernican system was the full development. (536 B.C.)

·         Cambyses became the king of Persia. (529 B.C.)

·         The dynasty of the Pharaohs ended and Egypt became a Persian Province. (527 B.C.)

·         Confucius remodeled the sacred books of the Chinese. The books of Haggai and Zechariah were written. (520 B.C.)

·         Darius I became the king of the Persian Empire. (521 B.C.)

·         Jeshua became the High Priest in Jerusalem. (515 B.C.)

·         The ruler of Carthage made the first alliance with Rome. (503 B.C.)

500 B.C.

·         Sophocles, the dramatist was born. He lived 90 years and wrote 113 plays. Only 7 are existent today. (495 B.C.)

·         Xerxes became the king of Persia. He ruled 21 years and was succeeded by Artabanus for 1 year. (485 B.C.)

·         Herodotus was born. Herodotus was called the father of history. He lived 84 years. (484 B.C.)

·         Joiakim became High Priest in Jerusalem.

·         Artaxerxes I Longimanus, (Long-hands) (also known as Xerxes or Ahashuerus) became the king of Persia. He ruled 40 years. The story of Esther occurred during his rule. Artaxerxes I was succeeded by Sogdianus for 1 year. (483 B.C.)

·         Euripides was born. He lived 74 years. (Oct 20, 480 B.C.)

·         Socrates was born. He lived 70 years. (469 B.C.)

·         Hypocrites known as the "The Father of Medicine" was born. (460 B.C.)

·          Nehemiah was sent to "restore and rebuild" the walls of Jerusalem. Nehemiah 2:5-8. The book of Nehemiah started. (456/455 B.C.)



[2,300 BP:]  There were a few attempts to aid those in Egypt about 2300 years ago by others in the Confederation.

The remaining part of this cycle we have never gone from your 5th dimension and have been working to prepare for the harvest (Ascension).  (B1, S14, 135-136)  [Note: Ra now temporarily stays in the fifth density rather than the sixth so as to be able to work with the Earth and its people more effectively.]





455/456 BC - This is the start of the 69 weeks until the Messiah comes.

"....UNTIL MESSIAH THE PRINCE, there shall be
7 WEEKS + 62 WEEKS".
This is 69 WEEKS
or 69 "SEVENS" of YEARS

Daniel 9:25

"Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the command to restore and build Jerusalem until Messiah the Prince, There shall be seven weeks and sixty-two weeks; The street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublesome times.

From this scripture we can deduce that the rebuilding of the walls and restoration of the sovereignty of Jerusalem would take 7 x 7 = 49 prophetic years. From that point on and for another 62 weeks or "sevens" or 7 x 62 = 434 years the holy timeline would travel forward without pause until it came to a climactic moment in holy history. After the passage of  7 + 62 = 69 (weeks) or 69 x 7 = 483  years Israel would see their Messiah. (-456 + 7 * 69 + 1 for no year zero) => 28 C.E. for the first coming of the messiah.

·         Eliashib was high priest in Jerusalem. (433 B.C.)

·         Plato was born. He lived 82 years. (429 B.C.)

·         The book of Malachi began in 420 B.C. (Malachi was completed in 397 B.C.)

·         Egypt became free of Persian rule. The Egyptian freedom lasted 63 years. Joiada was High Priest in Jerusalem. (413 B.C.)

·         Soldiers were first paid in Rome. (406 B.C,)

·         Artaxerxes II Mnemon (Memory) became the king of Persia. (405 B.C.)

400 B.C.

·         Delhi founded in India. (400 B.C.)

·         The 39 books of the Old Testament ended. Four hundred years of Biblical silence started. (397 B.C.)

·         Aristotle was born. He lived 62 years. (384 B.C.)

·         John was the High Priest in Jerusalem. (373 B.C.)

·         Philip II became the king of Macedon. He first married Olympias, then Cleopatra. (359 B.C.)

·         Alexander III, The Great, succeeded his father at the age of 20, as the king of Macedon. He swept across the then known world creating the Macedonian Empire and after conquering the "world" died at the age of 33. (336 B.C.)

·         Alexander the Great defeated the city of Tyre. Alexandria, in Egypt, the walls of which were six miles in circumference was built by Alexander the Great. It became the residence of the Ptolemies, the Greek sovereigns of Egypt. (332 B.C.)

·         Persia fell to Alexander the Great. (330 B.C.)

·         The Macedonian empire divided into: Egypt under Ptolemy I Lagus (Reputed son of Philip, half brother of Alexander); Syria, under the King of Phrygia, Anticonus; Cappadocia, Asia Minor, under Eumenes; Bithynia, under Bas; Pergamus, under Lysimachus; Greece, under Cassander; Thrace, under Lysimachus; and Macedon under, Philip Aridaeus III. (323 B.C.)

·         Alexander was buried in Alexandria. (322 B.C.)

·         Rome waged war and made conquests everywhere.

·         Onias became High Priest in Jerusalem. (321 B.C.)

·         Appius Claudius constructed the first Roman military road, 350 miles long and called the "Appian Way." (312 B.C.)

300 B.C.


There were a few attempts to aid your peoples approximately 2,300 years ago, this in the area of Egypt.


·         Time was first divided into hours by a sundial of L. Papirius, Cursor at Rome. (293 B.C)

·         The sixth wonder of the world, the Brass Colossus of Rhodes, was built. (290 B.C.)

·         Archimedes was born. He invented, among other things, the screw and lever. (287 B.C.)

·         The Alexandrian Library was built by Plolemy-Philadelpohus. It contained 700,000 volumes. (284 B.C.)

·         The Pharos of Alexandria, the seventh wonder of the world was built by Plolemy-Philadelphus. It was 550 feet high. (280 B.C.)

·         The Forth Dynasty, Tsin, began in China. Chi-Hoang-Ti was the first Emperor. The "Great Wall " of China was started by Chihoang-Ti. (263 B.C.)

·         The first Roman fleet was built. (260 B.C.)

·         The Parthian Empire is started. Arsaces was the first ruler. "There was always a second power in the world, civilized or semi-civilized, that in a true sense balanced Rome, acted as a counterpoise and check, and had to be consulted or considered. That power for nearly 300 years (64 B.C. to 225 A.D.) was Parthia." Rawlinson (250 B.C.)

·         The "Great Wall" of China was completed. The wall was 1,500 miles long, averaging a height of 20 feet, with a tower every 300 feet. It crossed mountains 5,000 feet high. (236 B.C.)

·         Hannibal became the ruler of Carthage. He ruled for 37 years. (220 B.C.)

·         Hannibal defeated the Romans. (221 B.C.)

·         Simon became the High Priest in Jerusalem. (217 B.C.)

200 B.C.

·         The Jewish Sanhedrin was first mentioned. ? (198 B.C.)

·         The Greek Bible (Septuagint) was translated at Alexandria, in Egypt by 70 Hebrew scholars. This translation was authorized by the Sanhedrin in Jerusalem in order to give Jewish exiles a scripture in the language of their exile. (? B.C.)

·         Onias became the High Priest in Jerusalem. The Rosetta stone was created. Britain appeared with Caswallon as the king. (195 B.C.)

·         Jason became the High Priest in Jerusalem. (175 B.C.)

·         The streets of Rome were paved. (174 B.C.)

·         The first public bakery was started in Rome. (170 B.C.)

·         Macedon was conquered by Rome. (168 B.C.)

·         Jud was vaascant ???in Jerusalem. (165 B.C.)

·         The Jews signed a treaty with the Romans. The first treaty with the Jews on record. (161 B.C.)

·         Hipparchus of Nice, Bithynia, laid the foundations of Geographical and Astronomical Science. Elder Pliny called him "the confidant of nature" and "Patriarch of Astronomy." He flourished between 160 B.C. and 125 B.C.

·         Simon became the High Priest and governor in Jerusalem. (150 B.C.)

·         Greece became a Roman province under the name of Athens. Carthiage was taken by Scipio and became a part of Rome. (146 B.C.)

·         Hyrcanus became the High Priest in Jerusalem. (136 B.C.)

·         Spain became a Roman province. Pergamus became a Roman province. (133 B.C.)

·         John Hyrcanus destroyed the temple on Mount Gerizim. (130 B.C.)

·         Hyrcanus, the High Priest of Jerusalem, took the title "King of the Jews." (107 B.C.)

·         Cicero, Roman orator and philosopher was born. He lived 63 years.

·         The government of the Maccabees began in Palestine. (The priest Mattathias took refuge in Modin with his five sons, the Maccabees. Mattathias gave the signal for the attack. The Hassidaeans joined him. Judas Maccabaeus led the revolt after Mattathias died.) Janneus became the King of the Jews. (106 B.C.)

100 B.C.

·         Britain was first known to be an island by the Romans who sailed around it. (84 B.C.)

·         Alexandra, Janneus' widow, became Queen of the Jews. 79 B.C.

·         The poet Virgil was born. He lived 51 years. Odin settled Scandinavia. (70 B.C.)

·         Hyrcanus became the ruler of the Jews. (69 B.C.)

·         Horace, the poet was born. He lived 57 years. (65 B.C.)

·         The first Triumvirate of Julius Caesar, Crassus and Pompey were formed. (60 B.C.)

·         Crasus invaded Parthia and was destroyed. (53 B.C.)

·         The Sanhedrin took over ruler ship of the Jews. Pompey of Rome conquered Jerusalem. (57 B.C.)

·         Pompey was defeated at Pharsatia. Syria became a part of Rome. (August 9, 48 B.C.)

·         Antipater ruled the Jews. (47 B.C.)

·         Ovid, "the love-poet of the Romans" was born. He lived 61 years and authored over 54 books. (46 B.C.)

·         Caesar, then dictator for four years, was slain in the Senate House by Brutus and Cassius, and fell at Pompey's statue, He sustained 23 wounds. He was known as a great general, statesman and warrior. (March 15, 44 B.C.)

·         Octavius, Lepidus and Mark Antony formed the second Triumvirate. (43 B.C.)

·         The Roman Senate appointed Herod, an Idumean Arab, King of Judea. He ruled for 34 years. Herod began construction of the great Jewish Temple on Mt. Moriah in Jerusalem. (37 B.C.)

·         Lepidus was expelled from the Triumvirate. (36 B.C.)

·         Octavius, at Actium, defeated Cleopatra and Antony. (September 2, 31 B.C.)

·         Egypt became a Roman province. (30 B.C.)

·         Octavius, being sole ruler, assumed the Imperial Purple. (27 B.C.)

·         Augustus Caesar was the first Emperor of Rome. The Golden Age of Rome started. Augustus ruled 44 years. He died August 19, 14 A.D. (27 B.C.)

·         The Apostle Peter was born. Peter lived 78 years. (10 B.C.)

·         John the Baptist was born. He was six months older then Jesus. (? B.C.)

·         Jesus Christ was born. (3 B.C.) SEPTEMBER 11-TISHRI 1 DAY OF THE TRUMPETS

         Joseph and Mary journeyed to Bethlehem for the "census" (registration) at the very close of the Jewish civil year (an apt time for a registration of peoples to occur) in late Summer, 3BC, Lk.2:1.

A.        Jesus was born in a stable in the early evening hours (just as the Jewish calendar advanced to 1 Tishri) of September 11, 3BC.

B.        He was circumcised on September 19, 3BC, Lk.2:21

C.        He was dedicated in the Temple on October 21, 3BC.

D.        Luke says, "they returned to Galilee, to their own city of Nazareth", Lk.2:39. This means that they did not go to Egypt after the birth of Christ. After all, they had only gone to Bethlehem for the "census", not to move there. So, the family returned to Nazareth in the latter part of October (during that time, they located a house to live in).

E.        Then for some reason (they probably thought that a better place to raise the Messiah would be in Jerusalem’s back yard) they decided to move to Bethlehem. This could have been in the Spring or Summer of 2BC. They set up house there, Mt.2:11.

F.        Then on December 25, 2BC, when the planet Jupiter came to its stationary point in mid-Virgo and was in meridian over Bethlehem, the Magi arrived in Bethlehem bearing gifts meant for a king.

G.        Joseph and Mary fled to Egypt, having been forewarned by an angel in late December, 2BC.

H.        Herod killed the male children "in Bethlehem and in all its environs, from two years old and under, according to the time which he had ascertained from the magi", Mt.2:16. This matter of killing two-year-old children can now make good sense. If Jesus was born in September, 3BC, the slaying of infants was about 15 months after His birth. If the conception period were also considered, it comes to 24 months exactly.

I.        Joseph and Mary returned from Egypt, having been told that Herod was dead (Herod died in January, 1BC) and took up residence in Nazareth, Mt.2:19-23.

0 A.D.

·         The apostle Paul was born. He lived 63 years. (05 A.D.)

·         Archelaus Coponius became Procurator of the Jews. (06 A.D.)

·         Ambivius became Procurator of the Jews. (09 A.D.)

·         Annius Rufus became Procurator of the Jews. (13 A.D.)

·         Tiberius Caesar became the ruler of Rome, a rule lasting 22 and a half years. He was known as "cruel and tyrannical." (14 A.D.)

·         Valerius Gratus became Procurator of the Jews. (15 A.D.)

·         Pontius Pilate became Procurator of the Jews. (25 A.D.)

·         Pliny the Elder was born. (23 A.D.)

J.        In the spring of 11AD, Jesus visited Jerusalem with His parents and observed Passover, Lk.2:41-42.

K.        Jesus began His public ministry just after He reached the age of 30, in October or November, 28AD. This satisfies the statement in Lk.3:23 "And when He began His ministry, Jesus Himself was about thirty years of age…".

·         Jesus Christ was crucified. occurred in 30/31 A.D. AND AROSE

·         John the Baptist was beheaded.

·         Agrippa became King of the Jews. Caligula became Emperor of Rome. Historian, Flavius Josephus was born. (37 A.D.)

·         Claudius Caesar became Emperor of Rome. He was known as "timid and feeble." (41 A.D.)

·         Cuspius became Procurator of the Jews. (44 A.D.)

·         Tiberius became Procurator of the Jews. (? A.D.)

·         Cumanus became Procurator of the Jews. (? A.D.)

·         The First Council of the Apostles was held at Jerusalem. Acts 15 (50 A.D.)

·         Felix became the ruler of the Jews. The New Testament began. Eight authors wrote twenty-seven books between 52 A.D. and 96 A.D.

·         Nero became Emperor of Rome. He was known as a profligate tyrant. (54 A.D.)

·         Portins Festus became the ruler of the Jews. (60 A.D.)

·         The first persecution by Nero began. It lasted four years. (64 A.D.)

·         Galba became Emperor of Rome. The Apostle Paul was martyred. (68 A.D.)

·         Vespasian became Emperor of Rome. He had a happy and prosperous 10-year reign. (69 A.D.)

·         Titus took Jerusalem with an army of 60,000. This was the most horrible suffering experienced since the world began. One million, one hundred thousand perished. Men were crucified until wood for crosses was no longer found. (September 8, 70 A.D.)

      70 A.D. when the JEWS were scattered around the world. On the tenth of Lous, Av by Hebrew calendar, (AUGUST 5, 70 AD – JULIAN CALENDAR within .5 days Gregorian calendar) Solomon's temple burned.

·         Titus, the son of Vespasian became Emperor of Rome. (79 A.D.)

·         Flavius Domitian became Emperor of Rome. He was noted as the last of the 12 Caesars. He ruled 15 years. (81 A.D.)

·         The second persecution by Domitian lasted until 96 A.D.

·         The apostle John was banished to Patmos. (95 A.D.)

·         Nerva became Emperor of Rome. The last of the New Testament books were completed. (96 A.D.)

·         Trajan, known as "the great sovereign," became Emperor of Rome. During Trajan's 19-year rule the Roman Empire was at its greatest extent. (98 A.D.)

100 A.D.

·         Justin the Martyr was born at Sychar in Samaria. (100 A.D.)

·         The third persecution, by Trajan, started 106 A.D. and lasted until 107 A.D.

·         Trajan's Column was built. It was140 feet high. (114 A.D.)

·         Adrian became Emperor of Rome. He rebuilt Jerusalem, placing the Temple of Jupiter on the site of Solomon's Temple. He also visited Britain. (117 A.D.)

·         Adrian's Wall was built from the Rhine River to the Danube River. (121 A.D.)

·         Claudius Galenus, (or Galen) a celebrated Greek Physician was born. "He wrote 500 books on Medicine and 250 on other subjects." Suidas (130 A.D.)

·         The festival of Christmas began to be observed. (137 A.D.)

·         Titus Antoninus Pius became Emperor of Rome. He was eminent for his virtues and his prosperous and equitable reign. (138 A.D.)

·         Ashcled (Dublin, Ireland) was built. (140 A.D.)

·         Marcus Aurelius Antoninus and L. Verus became Emperors of Rome. (Gibbon's Rome begins with the two Antonines.) (161 A.D.)

·         The fourth persecution, by Aurelius, started in 166 A.D. and lasted until 177 A.D.

·         Christian missionaries preached in Britain with success. (178 A.D.)

·         Lucius, the first Christian king, ruled in Britain. He founded the Archbishopric of York (Bede). (179 A.D.)

·         Commodus became Emperor of Rome. He was known as profligate and cruel. In his reign civilization, morals and religion declined. Pertinax proposed reforms and was murdered by the Praetorian Guards, of whom Julianus bought the throne. (Pertinax ruled 3 months, Julianus 5 months and was then murdered.) (180 A.D.)

·         The Scots invaded Britain. Oppian, a Greek poet was born. During his 30-year life span he wrote 5 books on fishing and 4 books on hunting. (183 A.D.)

·         The Vandal Tribes increased in power and number. (190 A.D.)

·         Septimius Severus became Emperor of Rome. He was known as a "brave man." He visited Britain and built a wall at York and died there. His rule lasted 18 years. (192 A.D.)

200 A.D.

·         The fifth persecution, by Severus, started in 200 A.D. and ended in 211 A.D.

·         Beta was Emperor of Rome for 1 year. (211 A.D.)

·         Caracalla was Emperer of Rome for 6 years. (212 A.D.)

·         Macrtnus was Emperor of Rome for 1 year. (217 A.D.)

·         Helogabalus was Emperor of Rome for 4 years. He was known as "Wanton, extravagant, depraved, and horribly cruel." (218 A.D.)

·         Persia revolted and overthrew Parthia. (220 A.D.)

·         Alexander Severus was Emperor of Rome for 13 years. Alexander made reforms. He was murdered. (222 A.D.)

·         Maximinus was Emperor of Rome. He conducted the sixth persecution, which lasted from 235 A.D. to 237 A.D.

·         Gordian III was Emperor of Rome for 6 years. (238 A.D.)

·         Sapor became ruler of Persia. He defeated the Romans and flayed Valerian. (240 A.D.)

·         Philip became Emperor of Rome and ruled for 5 years. (244 A.D.)

·         Seven missionaries enter Gaul. (245 A.D.)

·         Decius became Emperor of Rome. (249 A.D.)

·         There was a Gothic invasion in the reign of Decius. During the seventh persecution Decius proposed to extirpate Christianity from the earth by sword and fire, wild beasts, the wheel, red-hot iron chairs, and every variety of torture, which the most exquisite cruelty could invent and conducted. The seventh persecution lasted from 250 A.D. to 253 A.D.

·         Gallus became Emperor of Rome. (? A.D.)

·         Aemilius became Emperor of Rome and lasted 3 months. He was murdered. (? A.D.)

·         The Romans were defeated at "Abrutum." Decius and his sons were slain by the Goths, led by Ostrogotha. (251 A.D.)

·         Valerian became Emperor of Rome and ruled 7 years. He conducted the eighth persecution which lasted from 257 A.D. to 260 A.D. Valerian was taken prisoner by Sapor, the ruler of Persia, and flayed. (253 A.D.)

·         The Empire was greatly distressed. Barbarians invaded it on all sides. (255 A.D.)

·         Gallienus became Emperor of Rome and ruled for 15 years. (260 A.D.)

·         Vast hordes of the Heruli traversed Italy. (263 A.D.)

·         Claudius became Emperor of Rome and lasted 2 years. (268 A.D.)

·         Aurelian became Emperor of Rome and lasted 5 years. (270 A.D.)

·         The ninth persecution, by Aurelian, started. Tacitus became Emperor of Rome. He ruled 6 months and was murdered. Florian became Emperor and was murdered. (275 A.D.)

·         Probus became Emperor of Rome. He ruled for 6 years. He was noted as "good." (? A.D.)

·         Carus became Emperor of Rome. (282 A.D.)

·         Diocletian became Emperor of Rome and the "Era of the Martyrs" began. (Or the "Diocletian Era.") Diocletian ruled for 21 years and conducted the last and worst of Imperial Rome's persecutions. (August 29, 284 A.D.)

300 A.D.

·         Constantius became Emperor of Rome and ruled for 1 year. (305 A.D.)

·         Constantine the Great became Emperor of Rome. He was known as the first "Christian" Emperor. Constantine made Constantinople the capital of Rome. (306 A.D.)

·         Constantine's conversion came by a vision of a luminous cross in the sky. (313 A.D.)

·         First Ecumenical Council was held. It was called by Constantine, Emperor of Rome, and held at Nice, Bithynia. Present were 318 Bishops and 2,048 Ecclesiastics. The "Nicene Creed" was formed at this council. (325 A.D.)

·         Heathen temples in Rome were destroyed. (331 A.D.)

·         Three emperors ruled Rome: Constantine II, Constans and Constantius II. (337 A.D.)

·         Julian ruled Rome. He publicly abandoned Christianity and adopted paganism. (361 A.D.)

·         Byian became Emperor of Rome. (? A.D.)

·         Valens ruled the Eastern Empire of Rome. Valentinian I and his son Cratian became rulers of the Western Empire of Rome. (364 A.D.)

·         There was a terrible invasion of the Huns at this time. (374 A.D.)

·         Valentinian II became ruler of the Western Empire of Rome. (375 A.D.)

·         Theodosius I became ruler of the Eastern Empire of Rome. He began a 4-year campaign against the Goths. Theodosius pulled down the statues of the heathen gods. (379 A.D.)

·         The Second Ecumenical Council was held at Constantinople from May to July. Three hundred fifty Bishops attended. (381 A.D.)

·         In 395 A.D., Theodosius officially divided the Roman Empire into the Greek or Eastern Empire with the capital at Constantinople, and the Roman or Western Empire with capitals at Milan and Ravenna. The "Eastern" or "Byzantine" Empire lasted 1058 years, from 395 A.D. to 1453 A.D. and was ruled by about 90 emperors.

400 A.D.

·         Visogothic Spain emerged under Pharamond the chief of the Frank Tribes. (406. A.D.)

·         Belgium revolted from Rome and all Germany was in motion for independence. (409 A.D.)

·         Alaric and Goths were in Rome. (The "Vandal Hordes" of the north pour down upon falling Rome.) (410 A.D.)

·         There was a total withdrawal of Romans soldiers from Britain when the Picts and Scots invaded from the north. The Saxons were invited over to assist in expelling them and gradually took possession of the country. The Saxon Heptarchy was formed, and existed until Egbert formed the kingdom of England in 827 A.D. The country was called Britain and the people were called Britons. (426 A.D.)

·         The Third Ecumenical Council was held at Ephesus. (431 A.D.)

·         St. Patrick arrived in Ireland. (432 A.D.)

·         The immense empire of the Huns, under Attila and Bleda, ravaged Europe, sacking and pillaging over 70 cities. (433 A.D.)

·         The Fourth Ecumenical Council at was held at Chalcedon. (451 A.D.)

·         The "Middle Ages" began and the rise of the feudal system. There was a Feudal Alliance between Odoacer, king of the Western Empire and Euric. Euric formally resigned his provinces and received them again as fiefs of Rome. (476 A.D. or 477 A.D.)

·         The Ostrogoths invaded the Western Empire under Theodoric the Great. One third of the lands were given to his 500,000 troops. He married Clovis' sister. The Roman or Western Empire came under the Ostrogothic monarchy of Italy with capitals at Ravenna and Verona. (493 A.D.)

500 A.D.

·         St. Augustine arrived in England with 40 monks. He was sent by Gregory the Great. (596 A.D.)

·         The Lombard Kingdom of Italy began. The Lombards (of Vandal origin, from the north), under Alboin, took over the Ostrogothic monarchy of Italy. The Ostrogothic nation disappeared from history. (568 A.D.)

·         Mahomet was born. (569 or 70 A.D.)

·         The Fifth Ecumenical Council was held at Constantinople. (553 A.D.)

600 A.D.

·         Mahomet commenced preaching. The Koran was written. (610 A.D.)

·         Olaf became King of Norway. (630 A.D.)

·         The Sixth Ecumenical Council was held at Constantinople. (November 7, 680 A.D. to February 28, 681 A.D.)

700 A.D.

·         Mahometan Spain emerged under Emirs. (714 A.D.)

·         During the Battle of Tours, Charles Martel defeated the Saracens and saved Europe from Asiatic civilization. (October 10, 732 A.D.)

·         Papal Rome began. Astolphus, King of Italy, surrendered the Exarchate (or Reavenna) to Pepin in 755 A.D. He gave it to Stephen III who thus obtained civil power. Naples, Sicily and Lower Italy were retained by the Eastern Empire. (755 A.D.)

·         Pope Paul I governed the church from Rome for 10 years. (758 A.D.)

·         Charlemagne (Charles the Great, son of Pepin) came to power in Europe. He was considered a great prince. He was the strongest and tallest man of his time, but plain in dress and diet. Pope Stephen governed the church from Rome for 4 years. (768 A.D.)

·         The Seventh Ecumenical Council was held at Nice, Bithynia from September 24 to October 23,

       A.D. Bishops attend. They were against the Iconoclasts.??? Image Breakers (787 A.D.)

·         Sweden emerged under Ragnor Lodbrog. (790 A.D.)

·         Denmark emerged under Sigurd. (794 A.D.)

·         Pope Leo III governed the church from Rome for 20 years. (795 A.D.)

800 A.D.

·         Pope ? and Pope Pascal I governed the church from Rome for 7 years. (816 A.D.)

·         Pope Eugenius governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (824 A.D.)

·         Pope Gregory IV governed the church from Rome for 16 years. (827 A.D.)

·         Pope Sergius governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (844 A.D.)

·         Pope Leo IV governed the church from Rome for 6 years. (846 A.D.)

·         Pope Benediot III governed the church from Rome for 5 years. (853 A.D.)

·         Pope Nicholas governed the church from Rome for 9 years. (858 A.D.)

·         Tai Tsong became Emperor of China. (Irruption of 200,000 Tarters?????) Ruric, a Varangian Chief established the first government of Russia. (762 A.D.)

·         Pope Adrian II governed the church from Rome for 5 years. (867 A.D.)

·         The Eighth Ecumenical Council was held at Constantinople from Oct. 5, 869 A.D. to Feb. 28, 870 A.D.

·         Pope John VIII governed the church from Rome for 10 years. (872 A.D.)

·         Two Popes governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (882 A.D.)

·         Pope Stephen VI governed the church from Rome for 6 years. (885 A.D.)

·         Pope Formosus governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (891 A.D.)

·         Seven Popes governed from Rome for 9 years beginning in 896 A.D.

900 A.D .

·         Europe was beginning to take shape as it is today. France, Austria and Germany grew strong.

·         Pope Sergius III governed the church from Rome for 5 years. (905 A.D.)

·         Two Popes governed the church from Rome for 3 years. Normandy broke away from France under the leadership of Robert, First Duke of Normandy. (911 A.D.)

·         Chivalry commenced. The knights swore to be true to their trusts as the champions of God and the ladies. Chivalry flourished from the eleventh to the fifteenth century. (912 A.D.)

·         Pope John XI governed the church from Rome for 5 years. (913 A.D.)

·         Pope Leo VII governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (936 A.D.

·         Pope Stephen IX governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (939 A.D.)

·         Pope Marin II governed the church from Rome for 4 years. (? A.D.)

·         Pope Agapetus II governed the church from Rome for 10 years. (946 A.D.)

·         Pope John XII governed the church from Rome for 8 years. (956 A.D.)

·         Pope John XIII governed the church from Rome for 8 years. (964 A.D.)

·         Pope Benedict VII governed the church from Rome for 10 years. (973 A.D.)

·         Pope John XIV governed the church from Rome for 2 years. (984 A.D.)

·         Pope John XVI governed the church from Rome for 10 years. (986 A.D.)

·         Poland became a kingdom. (992 A.D.)

·         Pope Gregory V governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (996 A.D.)

·         Venice became independent of the Eastern Empire and acquired Dalmatian and Istria. (997 A.D.)

1000 A.D.

·         Pope Sylvestor governed the church from Rome. (? A.D.)

·         Pope John XVIII governed the church from Rome for 5 years. (1004 A.D.)

·         Pope Bergius IV governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (1009 A.D.)

·         Pope Benedict VIII governed the church from Rome for 12 years. (1012 A.D.)

·         Pope John XIX governed the church from Rome for 9 years. (1024 A.D.)

·         Mahometan Spain was divided into the independent states of Cordove, Granada, Seville, etc. (1031 A.D.)

·         Pope Benedict IX governed the church from Rome for 12 years. (1033 A.D.)

·         William II, "The Conqueror," became ruler of Normandy. (1035 A.D.)

·         Pope ? governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (? A.D.)

·         Pope Leo IX governed the church from Rome for 6 years. (1045 A.D.)

·         Pope Viotor II governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (1054 A.D.)

·         Pope Nicholas II governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (? A.D.)

·         Pope Alexander II governed the church from Rome for 12 years. (1061 A.D.)

·         Peter the Hermit began preaching for Holy Wars. (These were Christian wars against Islamic control of Jerusalem.) A red cross was worn on the right shoulder. The French word for cross was Croisade hence Crusade. (1064 A.D.)

·         England was taken by Normandy. William I became ruler. Many significant changes were made. William I "The Conqueror" ruled 21 years. (1064 A.D.)

·         Pope Gregory VII governed the church from Rome for 12 years. (1073 A.D.)

·         William the Conqueror and his son started building the Tower of London. (1078 A.D.)

·         Pope Victor III governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (1085 A.D.)

·         Pope Urban II governed the church from Rome for 12 years. (1088 A.D.)

·         Portugal gained strength during the 17-year rule of Count Henry. Portugal underwent the same changes as Spain after the fall of Rome. The Goths and then the Saracens overran Portugal. (1095 A.D.)

·         The Crusades began. Eight Crusades were conducted. The first lasted from 1096 A.D. to 1099 A.D. Three hundred thousand men were blessed by Pope Urban II and commanded by King Godfrey. (1096 A.D.)

·         Pope Pascal II governed the church from Rome for 19 years. Crusaders captured Jerusalem and gave Christians control of the holy city. (1099 A.D.)

1100 A.D.

·         Pope Ceiastus II governed the church from Rome for 1 year. Thomas A. Becket, High Chancellor, Archbishop of Canterbury was born. (1117 A.D.)

·         Pope Calixtus II governed the church from Rome for 5 years. The Ninth Council, (First Lateran), was held from March 18, 1118 A.D. to April 28, 1118 A.D.

·         The Right of Investiture was settled by treaty between Pope Calixtus II and Emperor Henry V. (1118 A.D.)

·         Pope Honorius II governed the church from Rome for 6 years. (1124 A.D.)

·         Pope Innocent II governed the church from Rome for 14 years. (1130 A.D.)

·         The Tenth Council, (Second Lateran), was held starting April 20, 1130 A.D.

·         Pope Celestine II governed the church from Rome for 1 year. (1143 A.D.)

·         Pope Eugenius III governed the church from Rome for 8 years. (1144 A.D.)

·         The Second Crusade started. War was preached by St. Bernard and headed by Conrad II and Louis VII. (1147 A.D.)

·         Pope Adrian IV governed the church from Rome for 6 years. (1153 A.D.)

·         The Leaning Tower of Pisa was built. It reached 188 feet high. A cathedral was built nearby. (1154 A.D.)

·         The Bank of Venice was established. George built the city of Moscow. (1157 A.D.)

·         Pope Alexander III governed the church from Rome for 22 years. (1159 A.D.)

·         Pope Lucius III governed the church from Rome for 4 years. (? A.D.)

·         Genghis Khan founded the Mongul Empire. (An alternate spelling is Zengis Khan.) Zengis-Khan was one of the bloodiest conquerors of the world. Fourteen million people perished by his sword, under the pretense of establishing the worship of "One God and Mahomet as his Prophet." (1164 A.D. or 1214 A.D.)

·         Pope Gregory VIII governed the church from Rome for 2 years. (?A.D.)

·         Pope Clement II governed the church from Rome for 4 years. (? A.D.)

·         The Eleventh Council, (Third Lateran), was held from March 5-19, ?

·         Saladin recaptured Jerusalem during the Second Crusade returning the city to Islamic rule. (1187 A.D.)

·         The Third Crusade was "glorious but fruitless." Fred Barbarossa, Philip II and Richard I were involved in the Third Crusade. (1189 A.D.)

·         Pope Celestini III governed the church from Rome for 7 years. (1191 A.D.)

·         The Fourth Crusade began in 1195 A.D. and ended in 1197 A.D.

·         Pope Innocent III governed the church from Rome for 18 years. (1198 A.D.)

1200 A.D.

·         The Fifth Crusade started. Baldwin, Count of Flanders, took Constantinople. (1203 A.D.)

·         Zengis Khan took Central Asia. (1206 A.D.)

·         Zengis Khan took Northern China. (1214 A.D.)

·         The Twelfth Council, Fourth Lateran, was held from Nov. 11-30, 1215 A.D.)

·         Pope Honorius III governed the church from Rome for 11 years. (1216 A.D.)

·         The Westminster Abbey was built. (1220 A.D.)

·         Pope Gregory IX governed the church from Rome for 14 years. Cardinal Hugo divided the Bible into chapters. (1227 A.D.)

·         During the Sixth Crusade, Emperor Frederick II took Jerusalem into a truce for 10 years. (1228 A.D.)

·         Pope Innocent IV governed the church from Rome for 13 years. (1241 A.D.)

·         The Thirteenth Council was held at Lyons from June 28 to July 17, 1245 A.D.

·         During the Seventh Crusade, Louis IX was defeated and taken prisoner. (1248 A.D.)

·         Pope Alexander IV governed the church from Rome for 7 years. (1254 A.D.)

·         The Mongols, under Kublai Khan took over China. Kublai Khan ruled 34 years. Stockholm was founded in Sweden. (1260 A.D.)

·         Pope Urban IV governed the church from Rome for 3 years. (1261 A.D.)

·         Pope Clement IV governed the church from Rome for 5 years. (1264 A.D.)

·         There was a papal vacancy for two years. (1269 A.D.)

·         The Eighth Crusade started in 1270 A.D. Louis IX died at Carthage. Edward I followed him. Christians were driven out of Syria in 1291.

·         Pope Gregory X governed the church for 5 years. (1271 A.D.)

·         The Fourteenth Council was held at Lyons from May 7 to June 11. There was a temporary union of Greek and Latin churches. (1274 A.D.)

·         Four Popes governed the church from Rome for 4 years. (1276 A.D.)

·         Pope Martin IV governed the church from Rome for 5 years. Roger Bacon invented spectacles, glass mirrors and magnifying glasses. (1280 A.D.)

·         Pope Honorius IV governed the church from Rome for 2 years. (1285 A.D.)

·         Pope Nicholas IV governed the church from Rome for 5 years. (1287 A.D.)

·         Pope Celestine V governed the church from Rome for 2 years. (1294 A.D.)

·         Pope Boniface VIII governed the church from Rome for 9 years. (129? A.D.)

1300 A.D.

·         Chimneys and window glass began to be introduced in London. (1300 A.D.)

·         Cannons were used at Gibraltar. (1308 A.D.)

·         The Fifteenth Council was held at Vienna. (1311-1312 A.D.)

·         The oldest clock known was put up in this year. It is now in Dover Castle. (1348 A.D.)

·         M. Schwarts invented gunpowder. (1320 A.D.)

·         John Wickliffe was born inYorkshire. (1324 A.D.)

·         Pope Clement V governed the church for 10 years. (130? A.D.)

·         There was a vacancy in the papacy for two years. (1314 A.D.)

·         Pope John XXII governed the church for 19 years. (1316 A.D.)

·         Pope Benedict XII governed the church. (1335 A.D.)

·         Pope Clement VI governed the church for 10 years. (1342 A.D.)

·         Pope Innocent VI governed the church for 10 years. (1352 A.D.)

·         Pope Urban V governed the church for 8 years. (1362 A.D.)

·         Pope Gregory XI governed the church for 7 years. (1370 A.D.)

·         Pope Urban VI governed the church for 11 years. (1378 A.D.)

·         Wickliffe's Bible was translated. (1380 A.D.)

·         Pope Boniface IX governed the church for 15 years. (1389 A.D.)

1400 A.D.

·         John Gutenberg was born. He created the first movable types. Air guns and muskets were invented. (1400 A.D.)

·         Pope Innocent VII governed the church. (1404 A.D.)

·         There were two Popes in the next 4 years. (1406 A.D.)

·         The Sixteenth Council was held at Pisa. (1409 A.D.)

·         Pope John XXIII governed the church for 6 years. (1410 A.D.)

·         The Seventeenth Council was held at Constance. (1414-18 A.D.)

·         Pope Martin V governed the church for 15 years. (1416 A.D.)

·         The first saw mill began to operate. Initially they were violently opposed to it in England. (1420 A.D.)

·         Pope Eugenius IV governed the church. Joan of Arc was burned at the stake on May 31. (1431 A.D.)

·         The Eighteenth Council was held at Basle. (1439 A.D.)

·         Pope Nicholas V governed the church for 8 years. (1447 A.D.)

·         Gutenberg invented the printing press. (1448 A.D.)

·         Pope Calixtus III governed the church for 3 years. (1455 A.D.)

·         Pope Pius II governed the church for 6 years. (1458 A.D.)

·         Pope Paul II governed the church for 7 years. (1464 A.D.)

·         Erasmus born was born. He lived 69 years. (1467 A.D.)

·         Pope Sixtus IV governed the church for 13 years. Cardinal Thomas Wolsey was born. He lived 59 years. (1471 A.D.)

·         Michael Angelo, architect of "St. Peter's Cathedral," and celebrated painter was born. He lived 89 years. (1474 A.D.)

·         Printing was introduced in England. The first watch was introduced in Nuremberg. (1477 A.D.)

·         The "Czars" of Russia ruled from 1482 A.D. to 1698 A.D.

·         Martin Luther was born in German. He lived 63 years. Raphael, the painter, was born. He lived 37 years. (1483 A.D.)

·         Pope Innocent VIII governed the church for 8 years. (1484 A.D.)

·         Pope Alexander VI governed the church for 11 years. (1489 A.D.)

·         Columbus discovered the American continent. He crossed the ocean in the "Santa Maria," and discovered San Salvador on Friday, October 12. (1492 A.D.)

·         Columbus discovered the main continent. (1498 A.D.)

1500 A.D.

·         The Portuguese settled in India. (1502 A.D.)

·         Pope Julius II governed the church for 10 years. (1503 A.D.)

·         John Knox of Scotland was born. He lived 67 years. (1505 A.D.)

·         Julius commenced building St. Peter's Cathedral at Rome. (1506 A.D.)

·         Pope Leo X governed the church for 9 years. (1513 A.D.)

·         Luther, a Catholic priest in Germany, broke from the Roman Catholic Church, and posted his " 95 thesis" on the church door. Luther decreed salvation by faith alone. He stated that theological rules couldn't save. He nullified church sacraments. Luther put the Bible above both church and Pope as highest authority on earth. He decreed the right of individual interpretation of scripture. He rejected the Greek Old Testament and declared its books invalid. (1517 A.D.)

·         Luther went to the Diet at Worms in 1521 A.D.

·         Pope Adrian VI governed the church for 1 year. (1522 A.D.)

·         Pope Clement VIII governed the church for 11 years. Denmark and Norway separated from Sweden. (1523 A.D.)

·         The Lutheran Protest was drawn up and Protestant churches were born. (1529 A.D.)

·         The first Protestant creed was written at Augsburg in Bavaria. The spinning wheel was invented at Brunswick. (1530 A.D.)

·         Pope Paul III governed the church for 15 years. (1534 A.D.)

·         The Catholic Council of Trent (1545-1563) tried to reform the Roman Catholic Church and quell the protest, but to no avail. This Vatican Council decreed faith necessary, but retained church sacraments as essential components of the Christian religion. (1545 A.D.)

·         Pope Julius III governed the church for 6 years. (1549 A.D.)

·         Robert Stephens sectioned the Bible into verses. (1551 A.D.)

·         There were two Popes in the next 4 years. (1555 A.D.)

·         Pope Pius IV governed the church for 6 years. (1559 A.D.)

·         Fierce religious wars were waged between all the burgeoning new faiths spread throughout Europe. Those seeking freedom from the European religious turmoil speeded up colonization of America. Democracy (An ancient Greek form of rule by the people) was rediscovered. (1563 A.D.)

·         Sir Edward Coke, Attorney General, who wrote The Oracle of English Law, was born. (1551 A.D.)

·         Akbar, the greatest prince of India began his 49-year reign. (1556 A.D.)

·         Sir Francis Bacon of England was born. He lived 65 years. (1561 A.D.)

·         Galileo, the astronomer, was born. He lived 78 years. William Shakespeare was born. He lived 52 years. (1564 A.D.)

·         Pope Pius V governed the church for 7 years. (1565 A.D.)

·         Bishop's Bible was created. (1568 A.D.)

·         Pope Gregory XIII governed the church for 13 years. (1572 A.D.)

·         Pope Sixtus V governed the church for 5 years. (1585 A.D.)

·         Pope Clement VIII governed the church for 13 years. (1590 A.D.)

1600 A.D.

·         Pope Paul V governed the church for 16 years. (1603 A.D.)

·         The Dutch discovered Australia. (1606 A.D.)

·         Jamestown, Virginia became the first settlement of the "New World." (1607 A.D.)

·         John Milton, a poet from England, was born. He lived 66 years. (1608 A.D.)

·         The Authorized King James Version of the Holy Bible was published. (1611 A.D.)

·         Wm. Harvey, M.D. of England discovered the double function of the heart in sending out blood from the left side, through the arteries, over the whole body, and in receiving it back by the veins to the right side, whence it is propelled into the lungs, and made pure and again fit for use. (1619 A.D.)

·         Pope Gregory XV governed the church for 2 years. (1621 A.D.)

·         Pope Urban VIII governed the church for 21 years. (1623 A.D.)

·         The first newspaper, The Gazette De France, was first issued. (It is still in circulation today.) (1631 A.D.)

·         John Locke of England was born. He lived 72 years. Spinoza of Amsterdam was born. He lived 45 years. (1632 A.D.)

·         Sir Isaac Newton of England was born. He lived 85 years. He discovered the law of gravitation in 1666. (1642 A.D.)

·         Pope Innocent X governed the church for 11 years. (1642 A.D.)

·         Pope Alexander VII governed the church for 12 years. (1655 A.D.)

·         Pope Clement IX governed the church for 3 years. (1655 A.D.)

·         Pope Clement X governed the church for 6 years. (1670 A.D.)

·         Pope Innocent XI governed the church for 13 years. (1676 A.D.)

·         George Handel was born. He lived 75 years. (1684 A.D.)

·         Pope Alexas VIII governed the church for 2 years. (1689 A.D.)

·         Pope Innocent XII governed the church for 9 years. (1691 A.D.)

·         The Bank of England commenced business on January 1. (1695 A.D.)

1700 A.D.

·         Pope Clement XI governed the church for 21 years. (1700 A.D.)

·         Pope Innocent XIII governed the church for 3 years. (1721 A.D)

·         Pope Benedict XIII governed the church for 6 years. (1724 A.D.)

·         Wickliffe's New Testament was printed. (1731 A.D.)

·         WM. Herschel was born in Hanover, Germany. He lived 84 years. (1738 A.D.)

·         Pope Benedict XIV governed the church for 18 years. (1740 A.D.)

·         James Watt discovered the power of steam. (1750 A.D.)

·         Ben. Franklin discovered the identity of lightening and electricity. Lightening rods were used thereafter. (1752 A.D.)

·         Amadeus Mozart of Germany was born. He lived 36 years. (1756 A.D.)

·         Pope Clement XIII governed the church for 11 years. (1758 A.D.)

·         Pope Clement XIV governed the church for 6 years. (1763 A.D.)

·         Beethoven was born. He lived 57 years, primarily in Vienna. (1770 A.D.)

·         The Constitutional Congress in America, led by Thomas Jefferson, restated a "Rule of Democracy." Pope Pius VI governed the church for 25 years. (1775 A.D.)

·         The United States of America was founded. (1776 A.D.)

·         England loses the American Colonies. (1783 A.D.)

·         The first mail delivered by coaches left London for Bristol, August 2, 1784 A.D.

·         Napoleon came to power and took the Pope prisoner. (February 15, 1798 A.D.)

·         Tippoo Saib, the last Sultan of India, was killed May 4. The English, after long wars, controled India. (1799 A.D.)

1800 A.D.

·         ?Pope Pius VII was head of the church for 23 years. (1800 A.D.)

·         The first passenger steamboat, The Clermont, performed its maiden voyage on the Seine River. (August 19, 1803 A.D.)

·         Napoleon Bonaparte became Emperor of France. (1804 A.D.)

·         Gaslight was introduced in London on August 16, 1807 A.D.

·         Nobel invented dynamite. (1808 A.D.)

·         Napoleon was banished from England after the Battle of Waterloo. (June 18, 1815 A.D.)

·         Joseph Smith introduced the Book of Mormon. (1817 A.D.)

·         Pope Leo XII headed the church for 6 years. (1823 A.D.)

·         The first railway opened in England on September 27, 1825 A.D.

·         Pope Pius VIII headed the church for 2 years. (1829 A.D.)

·         Pope Gregory XIV headed the church for 15 years. He was known as "one of the greatest Pontiffs." (1831 A.D.)

·         Joseph Smith founded The Mormon Church in Fayette, N.Y. (1830 A.D.)

·         Protestants of various fellowships experienced the "Great Disappointment." They expected the Second Coming of Christ to occur. (October 22, 1844 A.D.)

·         Daguerre took first photograph. (1839 A.D.)

·         Pope Pius IX headed the church. Wickliffe's Old Testament was printed. (1848 A.D.)

·         The first Atlantic cable was laid in 1858 A.D. (It became faulty and ceased to transmit messages. "The Great Easterb" successfully laid a new cable in 1866 A.D.

·         ????Victor Emanuel (1861 A.D.)

·         The Twentieth Council, First Vatican, met on Dec. 8, 1869.

·         The Suez Canal opened in November. (1869 A.D.)

·         The Italian Army, September 20, 1870 A.D, took Rome.

·         D.E. Hughes invented the microphone. Professor A.D. Sell and T.E. Edison invented the telephone. Edison invented the phonograph. (1877 A.D.)

·         Lighting by electricity began to be used. (1878 A.D.)

·         Gottleb Daimer invented the internal combustion engine. Karl Benz pioneered the engine for automobiles. (1885 A.D.)

·         The Olympic games reappeared in the world. They had been absent since the Roman emperor, Theodosus, canceled them and closed their associated pagan temples in 396 A.D. (1500 years earlier) (1896 A.D.)

1900 A.D.

·         Theodore Roosevelt became President of the United States. (1901 A.D.)

·         Orville and Wilbur Wright made the first manned, powered flight on December 17, 1903 A.D.

·         A comet struck Russia. Thousands of miles of forest were leveled. (1908 A.D.)

·         Germany led the planet into World War I. (1914 A.D.)

·         British, Allenby, captured Jerusalem. Islamic rule in Palestine ended as the Turkish Ottoman Empire was destroyed. The Balfour Treaty allowed Jews to return to the Holy Land ending an eighteen hundred year lockout. On May13, the first Fatima vision occurred. On Oct. 25, the Communists seized power in Russia and set up a secular, anti-Christ state. The United States of America declared war on Germany. (1917 A.D.)

·         John Logie Baird demonstrated television. January 26, 1926 A.D.

·         Mussolini signed a treaty that officially separated church and state. It also secularized Italy and relegated the church to a tiny defined area of sovereignty in Rome. Thus Vatican City was formed. This action fundamentally cancelled the final remnants of Theodosus' decree, even in the Roman capitol itself. The

·         Great Depression swept the world. (1929 A.D.)

·         Adolph Hitler led Germany and the world into the Second World War. The "Jewish Holocaust" began. Hitler and his forces systematically executed at least nine million Jews over the next 6 years. (1939 A.D.)

·         Japan made World War II almost global by attacking the West at Pearl Harbor and assaulting Southeast Asia. This was the first major Eastern attack on Western civilization in almost a thousand years. The United States declared war on Germany and Japan. (1941 A.D.)

·         The Atom Bomb was invented and dropped on two Japanese cities by the United States. World War II and the Jewish Holocaust came to an end. (1945 A.D.)


·         In the battle for the secular post-war management of the world a "Cold War" began pitting communism against democracy. Atomic energy scientists alerted the world civilization to the "doomsday clock," with hands near midnight. (1947 A.D.)


    1946                  HOSEA

1:10 Yet the number of the children of Israel shall be as the sand of the

sea, which cannot be measured nor numbered; and it shall come to pass, that in the place (Land of Judea) where it was said unto them, Ye are not my people, there it shall be said unto them, Ye are the sons of the living God. 1:11 Then shall the children of Judah and the children of Israel be (1946 - 48) gathered together, and appoint themselves one head, and they shall come up out of the land: for great shall be the day of Jezreel.


·         The Jewish nation of Israel was founded by a United Nations' mandate. (1948 A.D.)

·         The Communists launched a war in Korea. (1950 A.D.)

·         The Hydrogen bomb was invented. Several bombs were exploded in the South Pacific. Thousands of bombs were stockpiled in underground silos as part of a massive arms race with the Soviet Union . (1953 A.D.)

·         The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists advanced the hands on its "doomsday clock" up to two minutes before midnight. (1953 A.D.)

·         John F. Kennedy, President of the United States was assassinated. (November 22,1963 A.D.)

·         The Gulf of Tonkin incident led the United States into the Vietnam War. (1964 A.D.)

·         A Drug crisis swept America. Millions of youth began using marijuana, heroin, LSD, etc. (1966 A.D.)

·         U.S. astronauts land on the moon. (1969 A.D.)

·         An AIDS plague began. On May 13, a professional Turkish gunman shot and wounded the Pope in St. Peter's Square. (1981 A.D.)

·         A world drug crisis continued to mount. "Crack" cocaine use and urban crime became rampant. (1981 A.D.)

·         The Gulf War broke out. (1991 A.D.)

·         Communism crumbled in the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union was dissolved and the struggle toward a stable democracy began. The Berlin Wall came down as Eastern Europe ended the Cold War. (1992 A.D.)

·         The United Nations' Science Council Report warned of catastrophic effects across the world during the next hundred years as global warming rapidly accelerates. Scientists said that advancing tides caused by polar ice cap melting during this period would inundate most of the world's coastal cities. Holes in the ozone layer continue to widen as sun-induced skin cancer reaches near-epidemic proportions worldwide. (1995 A.D.) The President of Russia led Easter mass in resurrected Moscow church. (April 14, 1996 A.D.)

·         Belarus and Russia agreed to unite their countries into a single state. The Pacific Ocean's greatest "El Nino" current wreaked havoc on earth, producing mammoth fires, famine and drought in many places with huge floods in others. (1998 A.D.)

·         The world population topped 6 billion people. Hate crimes increased. Mass shootings occurred in schools, churches and synagogues. There were great earthquakes in Turkey and Taiwan that left thousands dead. Wars and rumors of war continued unabated that included Kosovo, Indonesia, Somalia, Chechnya and Iraq. On September 10, the year 5760 in the Jewish calendar began. (Two hundred and forty years remain until the year 6000 i.e., until the "seventh day" of Hebrew religious history, begins.) (1999 A.D.)

·         A giant earthquake hit India killing tens of thousands. (February 2001 A.D.)

·         Terrorists attack America. Thousands were killed as airliners were flown into the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington D.C. This led to a war against terrorism and a direct attack by the United States on Afghanistan who harbored the terrorists. (September 11, 2001 A.D.) This war was started by a cabal of elite wealthy people stearing the earth toward a “New World Order” or one world government to be controlled by them.




United States attacks Iraq and occupies it for  12 years – 1998- December 2011

Iran is building facilities for nuclear weapons production – 2006

Korea is test firing missiles capable of carrying weapons – 2008

Future dates

2018-2024 SOLAR FLARE

2030 RETURN OF CHRIST September/October time frame The world begins to live in peace and rebuild. Christ rules.

2065 Britain, Germany, Russia and others come under one ruller. The antichrist covenant made. DAN 9:27

         One week (seven years)prior to the rule of Christ.

2066/70 Israel flees to Jordan for three and a half years
Sacrificing stopped, abomination of desolation placed in the sanctuary, start of the tribulation and the Woman flees to the wilderness, THIS WAS THE LAST CHANCE MARK 13:14 , two witnesses prophesying_1260 days__REV


         The God of Abraham returns, Israel lives in his sight

2074/75 Earth changes and religious/ political changes accomplished.

3072 We begin to live only in fourth density (new Heaven and new Earth).