5 ‘Controversial’ Ancient Books That Could Shatter The Foundations Of History

Archaeologists are known to find amazing and breathtaking discoveries! Between all the fossil relics, artifacts, human remains and monuments that are part of our history, even part of ancient history, they have found something much different and not so much for display as other things are.

One of their discoveries are these 5 ancient manuscripts that are different from the history we all know and are taught about. They tell about a different side of the history we all have been schooled about, the beginning of human civilization and a different side of our human capabilities.

While these books are a huge part of our history, the “history” we know of has ignored them entirely and they have not been spoken about. While some are partially accepted, some have been labeled as myths because of their controversial point of view.

1. The Book of Thoth

This book is just one part of many and has the given name because it was written by Thoth, the Egyptian god of writing and knowledge.

The Book Of Thoth is a sacred book and according to Egyptian beliefs, not only that it offers unlimited knowledge, but the legend says that anyone who reads the content of this sacred book can contain the means to construe the secrets and master the sea, the air, the earth and the celestial bodies!

2. The Kolbrin Bible

Nearly as old as the Old Testament, this is a 2-part, 11-book secular anthology. The first six books are called the “Egyptian texts” and were written by Egyptian academics and the last five called  “Celtic texts” were composed by Celtic priests. It contains prophetic warnings for the future and their predictions link up with the today’s world occurrences. It warns of an imminent, Armageddon-like conflict with radical Islam, but this is not the greatest threat.

The Kolbrin Bible predicts an end to life as we know it, by an astronomical phenomenon. It will be the return of a massive space object, in a long elliptical orbit around our sun. Known to the Egyptians and Hebrews as the “Destroyer,” the Celts later called it the “Frightener.” In today’s world, it is known to us as Wormwood, Nibiru, Planet X and Nemesis.

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3. The Book of Enoch 

The Book of Enoch is an ancient Jewish religious work and it is believed to have significantly influenced Christian beliefs. It is traced back to Enoch, the great-grandfather of Noah. Enoch is also one of the two people in the Bible taken up to heaven without dying.

By many, this book is considered one of the most influential non-canonical apocryphal writings.

The first part of the Book of Enoch describes the fall of the Watchers, the angels who fathered The Nephilim (meaning – the offspring of the “sons of God” and the “daughters of men”). The remainder of the book describes Enoch’s visits to heaven in the form of travels, visions and dreams, and his revelations.

4. The Book of Giants

It is believed that this book was written before the 2nd century BCE.

Found in the Qumran Caves, this book speaks about creatures that occupied our planet in the past and how they were destroyed. The Nephilim became aware that because of their violent ways, they face an upcoming destruction, so they asked Enoch to speak to God on their behalf.

5. The Ars Notoria 

This book is a mixture of mystical, historical and sensational content that promises to teach superhuman abilities to those that practice what they preach. It is meant to grant the reader the ability to cast spells, create talismans, invoke spirits, and invoke demons.

As part of a larger collection known as the Lesser Keys of Solomon , the Ars Notoria is a book that is said to allow followers a mastery of academia, giving them greater eloquence, a “perfect memory,” and wisdom. It contains spells and prayers written in several languages.

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