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with the royal court. 2096 BC Terah, Abraham's father, moves to Harran. 2050 BC A new dynasty of Ur begins, with Ur-Nammu, Shulgi, Amarsin, Shu-Sin, and Ibi-Sin: these cities are ruled by governors. Due to Semitic Western tribes pressing against the boundaries, a defensive line along the Euphrates is built, but the Sumerian kingdom is further weakened by the struggle against the Elamites and the Lords of the Seas. Abraham is sent to Canaan with an army of knights. Abraham's act, ordered by “god”, suggests his commitment in favour of the Lord of Ur (god Sin) who needed to know what was happening in the Western territories. Melkisedeq reigns in Jerusalem: at that time the city had tanks for water reserves far superior to any possible need for its very limited population (almost 40 million litres!). What were they for? 2050-2045 BC AMARSIN (the biblical Amraphel?) becomes king of Ur in 2047, while Abraham moves to Egypt, returning five years later with a new army. 2040 BC AMARSIN organizes an alliance with the Eastern kings who, commanded by Kedorlaomer the Elamite, assault Canaan and try to invade Sinai. Abraham stops them. 2024 BC The Sumerian kingdom of Ur is invaded from the West, by the biblical Amorites. The Elamites (of Semitic lineage) supported the Enlilite Eastern god SIN, whereas the Western Amorites (of kamite and African lineage), supported the Enkite African god Marduk. Here also is the biblical patriarch Abraham, who worked on behalf of god SIN (rebelled towns' control and trip in Northern Egypt). 198

During the battles there occur the biblical event of Sodom and Gomorrah (Genesis 18-19) guilty of having allied with Marduk and tried to conquer the base of Sinai. The Bible points out that Lot's wife turns into a statue of “salt”: in Hebrew the exact word is melàch that means “steam”. Lot and his daughters refuge in the territory of Petra, where they will live long and generate the tribes of Moabites and Ammonites, who settle in the surrounding areas (100- 150 km). 2020 BC The Sumerian civilization is slowly disappearing while the new “human” dynasty is established in Babylon: Hammurabi (1800) belongs to this dynasty. Babylon was countered by Assur, a new power that formed in the north, whose god was ASHUR, the bearded rival of Marduk. Abraham, true to the Anunnaki's traditions, generates his legitimate son, Isaac, with one of his half-sisters. Gods promise him the kingdom and a large progeny. Sarah, once barren, became fertile after a “visit” by the Lord (Gen 21:1): in other words, could it be thanks to a medical intervention of a problem of uterine retroversion? 2000 BC By migrating, the Aryan people took Sumerian traditions to India: the Vedas, considered since then as of “non-human” origin; they are followed by the Brahmanic literature, the Puranas, the Mahabharata, the Ramayana, all containing the concept of Ages calculated by multiples of the number 3600 (the ANNUNAKIS' sar, corresponding with our year,...)! With the invasion of the Amorites (also mentioned in the Bible) Sumerian and Akkadian civilizations come to an end: Assyrian and Babylonian dominations follow. Writing, agriculture, astronomy and metallurgy develop in other areas of the world (China, Thailand, North India, Tibet, Crete): it is a time of great migration. Hurrians come from the territory of Lake Van and stand as the ruling class also thanks to their war chariots drawn by horses. Much of this period (long before Moses and the Exodus of the Jews) belongs to the inscriptions found in the desert of Sinai and in Negev with the 199
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