Repeated history will always appear as grand prophecy.

Oh, our dear lovelies. We hope your Saturday is going well. It’s about to get better. In a book that we started writing, we talked about how we repeat history because it is manipulated, forgotten or hidden.


“Behold! My hands have made it!” –Ninmah

What if we told you, lovely readers that, we too, are repeating the history of “The Gods”. We present to you, another section of our Context Evidence Model (CEM). Before you start reading, however, keep this in mind: The Caduceus.



Modern version of the Caduceus.

This is the caduceus. It has been taken and used though out history but it’s roots lie in Sumeria and represents DNA manipulation. Do we have evidence that we are repeating history through crossbreeding our genes with those of other animal species today that we can apply to the claims of the Sumerians? You’d better believe it.

Human-Pig Hybrid Created in the Lab—Here Are the Facts

By Erin Blakemore


In a remarkable—if likely controversial—feat, scientists announced today that they have created the first successful human-animal hybrids. The project proves that human cells can be introduced into a non-human organism, survive, and even grow inside a host animal, in this case, pigs.

This biomedical advance has long been a dream and a quandary for scientists hoping to address a critical shortage of donor organs.

Every ten minutes, a person is added to the national waiting list for organ transplants. And every day, 22 people on that list die without the organ they need. What if, rather than relying on a generous donor, you could grow a custom organ inside an animal instead?


Behold! Our hands have made it!

Yep, we have tons of evidence. For those of you who are interested in learning more about the Sumerians and who they were, here is a great lecture that we promise will amaze you.


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