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* [[Period of Sumerian Predynastic Nephelim]] [http://www.wikisyphers.org/index.php?title=Period_of_Sumerian_Predynastic_Nephelim#Ziusudra-Utnapishtim ''Ziusudra-Utnapishtim'']
 
* [[Period of Sumerian Species Generations]] [http://www.wikisyphers.org/index.php?title=Period_of_Sumerian_Species_Generations#HaNoah ''HaNoah'']
 
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Revision as of 10:33, 11 May 2018

Annual Report (AR) beginning:

January 1 (GongLi , 15,897 BCE) proleptic Gregorian calendar.

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

1st/60 years; JiaZi () of the -220th Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia () begins.

Emerging Land

BC AYN 15,896: 4,961st/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 119

BC AYN 15,896: 1st/3600 years of the 119th/120 royal shar (שר)royal shar (שר), and the 7th/7 shar passings[1] (Hebrew: סבת, Sumerian: sha-at-tam: שטם, c.f. shittim: שטים; “acacia” see BC AYN 1459), since BC AYN 15,896.

Scorpio.png Scorpioan

BC AYN 15,896: 1441st/2160 years of the mathematical Astrological Libraan Age, since BC AYN 17,336.

Ptah/Enki

BC AYN 15,896: 4,961st/9000[2] years of Ptah (פתח); the Egyptian manifestation of Enki (ענקי), the 1st great deity-Nephelim that reigned over Egypt in the 2nd/4 Regions, since BC AYN 20,856.

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References

Annual Reports
Past Present Future
BC AYN 17,336 BC AYN 15,896 BC AYN 15,176

Notes

  1. 1st Earth Chronicles: The 12th Planet page 392
  2. 3rd Earth Chronicles: The Wars of Gods and Men page 35, Zecharia Sitchin, The Chronology of Genesis; A Complete History of the Nefilim page 74, Neil Zimmerer

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