Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Malta - Honey - Beehive - Workers - Production

Malta is criss-crossed with miles of these ruts which appear to be cut in stone,
assumed to be left by carts. The truth is, nobody is sure what the hell they are.
This is going to be a weird one, so strap yourself in.

The big headed serpent priest class found in tombs in Egypt is theoretically connected to the Hyksos, who frequently associated themselves with "melita," the production of honey from beehives. The Hyksos are often associated with a stealthy coup of Egypt from within rather than a particular battle as they appeared to possess no military of their own when they seized power in Egypt and sat on the thrones of the Pharoahs. It is thought they initially arrived as merchants. Their gods were Baal and Set, the evil deities associated with death and blood.

This is where the island of Malta ("Melita") gets it's name. The same island where gigantic colossal ancient underground temples ("Hal-Saflieni") extend down to the ocean illuminated by ghastly bio-phosphorescent molds and mushrooms. Where an underground pit contains the bones of more than 30,000 children and young women sacrificed in the temple.

Okay, I told you to hold on.

The Hyksos were ruling the Egyptian people without their consent until King Kamose came in to destroy them and successfully reunified Egypt, driving them out.

The Hyksos produced a rare and expensive honey purely for their own consumption. Genetic sampling of bees from the Hyksos period revealed that some of these strains may match those produced at Malta during the same period the temples were operating there. So there is a very real genetic connection between the Hyksos and the ruling priests of Malta who performed horrific human sacrifices. The cruel reign of the Hyksos was associated with the enslavement and spiriting away of vast numbers of women and children from Egypt, it is written in Josephus.

The Hyksos king Khyan (Amorite "Hayanu") is listed in the Sumerian/Assyrian "god-kings" roster which has recently been proven to contain the names of many kings formerly thought mythical who are now known to have ruled in Sumeria or Assyria. Some of these kings are described as half-monster or sired by demonic entities and their lifespans are measured in centuries according to this roster. Many historians assume this was just their identically named offspring taking over for them when they died but you know what happens when you make assumptions about history.

Hope you found all this as interesting as I did. If you are waiting for me to explain what it all means, I encourage you to draw your own conclusions.

Note that the Hyksos were making war on the Syrians after they got driven out of Egypt. Nothing ever changes on this planet, same sh*t different day. Not a single one of these wars ever leads to any real peace or ever resolves anything. America did more good in the world their first century of existence by minding their own business and setting a good example for others than all of these warlords did in all of recorded history. You know them by their fruits.


Ted Walther said...

Interesting. If it was a Hyksos Pharoah that invited Joseph to settle his family in the Nile Delta, then the rise of Khamose explains the Exodus story, when "A pharaoh arose who knew not Joseph". If the Hyksos were white/Asiatic from Canaan, it explains why the Hebrews had no problem communicating, and why the Hyksos had no problem inviting a similar/related people to come move in with them. They needed the manpower to hold their territory against the real Egyptians to the south.

The Hyksos being Amorites also explains the cryptic comment of God to Abraham: "The iniquity of the Amorites is not yet full." Once the Amorites/Hyksos had fallen, Canaan was in a weakened state ready for the Hebrews to move in.

Ave said...

These ruts is Roman technology. Not far from where I live there are ruts like these at a pass in the Vosges mountains : (look in the last third of the webpage, the picture titles "Les ornières de la voie antique")

The wheels of carts would be in these ruts, and if something went wrong and the cart somehow broke loose, the wheels would lock inside these ruts from the non-linear movement. Very simple, apparently also quite effective. This is why these ruts are cut into stone whenever the road was steep (such as in the picture you posted).

About the standardisation of roman wheelbases, also look at this pedestrian crossing in Pompeii :

Ave said...

Article :
Homo sapiens not alone, may have evolved with ‘stolen technology’

dienw said...

How would an archeologist when digging up the remains of such long lived individuals know the difference between a 90 year old man and a 900 year old man?

Sam said...


I found a page looking at the track info.

It says judging from where the ruts were covered and water level the some ruts are,"...Maltese researchers dated their “roads” by circa 4,000 – 5,000 BC...."

That's a long time ago.