BC AYN 10,857

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Annual Report (AR) beginning:

January 1 (GongLi , 10,858 BCE) proleptic Gregorian calendar.

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

60th/60 years; GuiHai () of the -137th Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia () begins.

Emerging Land

BC AYN 10,857: 10,000th/10,000 years of the 1st/6 Ages during the Period of Egyptian Symbolic Time-identity of the Period of Emerging Land, since BC AYN 20,856.

Shar 120

BC AYN 10,857: 1440th/3600 years of the 120th/120 royal shar (שר), since BC AYN 12,296.

Virgo.png Virgoan Age

BC AYN 10,857: 2160st/2160 years of the mathematical Astrological Virgoan Age, since BC AYN 13,016.


BC AYN 10,857: 1000th/1000 Ra (רא; "see:" שעה, sea, שע); the Egyptian manifestation of MAR-DUK (מר-דוק) ending to reign over Egypt: the 2nd/4 Regions, according to Manetho, concluding the range of the Chinese ZhenXiu (宿) "running board millennial mansion" of HR-527.


Approximate to the Sumerian deluge is the Ogygian deluge occurring in the time of Ogyges (Ωγυγιος: חגגי), a mythical king of ancient Greece, generally of Boeotia as king of the Ectenes (Etana) who were the autochthones or earliest inhabitants of Boeotia, where the city of Thebes would later be founded. Egyptian Thebes was the site of his kingdom according to the scholastic of Lycophron. Plato (Laws, Book III) estimates that this flood (בלוד) occurred 10,000 years (BC AYN 10,857) before his time (428/427–348/347 BCE). The theory of the flood in the Aegean Basin proposes that a great flood occurred at the end of the Late Pleistocene or beginning of the Holocene. This flood would coincide with the end of the last ice age. All of these sources verify the same original Sumerian deluge or worldwide flood.

The 10,000 year reckoning of Plato and when considered with Timaeus (22) in Critias (111-112) describing the great deluge of all the sea (שעה) happening 9,000 years (BC AYN 10,857) before the time of Solon (638–558 BCE) verifies that they both used the same source of Manetho’s chronology of the 1000 year reign of Ra with Plato describing the beginning of the Sumerian deluge and the reign of Ra and Timaeus describing the beginning of the Sumerian deluge and the end of the reign of Ra, all according to Manetho.

Graham Hancock agrees with this timeline with a worldwide flood roughly 12,800 years ago.

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