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Timeline 1 (dawn of time to 1800 CE)

Modified on 2011/12/13 20:24 by Kerrick Categorized as Deathlands, Misc, Outlanders
   Dates marked with stars are approximate.

   1.4 Billion BCE*: According to some esoteric traditions, the race known as the Old Ones arrive from the distant star-system of Xoth.

   450,000 BCE*: The Annunaki, led by Enki, arrive and establish a colony in southern Mesopotamia.

   430,000 BCE*: The great ice sheets begin to recede, and the climate around the Middle East becomes much more hospitable.

   415,000 BCE*: Enki moves inland, establishing Larsa.

   400,000 BCE*: The great interglacial period spreads globally. Enlil arrives on Earth and establishes Nippur as mission control on Earth. Enki establishes sea routes to southern Africa to mine gold.

   360,000 BCE*: The Nefilim establish Bad-Tibira to smelt the gold they have been mining. Sippar, the spaceport, and other cities are established.

   300,000 BCE*: Archaic Homo Sapiens appear, after the Annunaki revolt against Enlil. After the revolt, the Annunaki begin a program of genetic engineering on the indigenous species of protohumans, creating the template of Homo Sapiens to make a slave labor force. In the process they also create the lost races, the chimeras which later serve as the foundation for myths of centaurs, giants, harpies, and mer-people. One of these lost races may be the aquatic creatures known as selkies.

   250,000 BCE*: Early Homo Sapiens spread to the other continents.

   200,000 BCE*: Life on Earth regresses as a new ice age begins.

   100,000 BCE*: The ice age ends, turning the climate hospitable again.

   77,000 BCE*: Ubartutu/Lamech, a human of divine parentage, takes over as ruler of Shuruppak, under the patronage of Ninhusag, an Annunaki.

   75,000 BCE*: An new ice age begins. Humanity spreads across the globe.

   49,000 BCE*: Ziusudra, a servant of Enki and possibly the inspiration for the Biblical Noah, begins his reign.

   40,000–30,000 BCE*: According some traditions, this period saw the human colonization of Asia, Australasia, the lost continent of Lemuria or Mu, Hyperborea and Gondwana.

   38,000 BCE*: The harsh climate decimates mankind. The Neanderthals are wiped out, and only Cro-Magnons survive in the Middle East. Enlil, upset with the changes, decides to destroy the survivors.

   20,000 BCE*: Overseen by Enlil, the Annunkai arrange for a catastrophe to destroy the human labor force. This catastrophe is recorded in ancient texts as the Great Flood. The Nefilim, aware of the impending tidal wave (the great Deluge), leave Earth, prepared to allow mankind to perish in the global flooding. Enki doesn't want to see mankind perish, he secretly informs Noah about the impending disaster and teaches him how to save the race, and many of the animal species.

   16,000 BCE: The last Ice Age begins.

   15,000 BCE: End of the coldest period of most recent Ice Age.

   14,000 BCE*: The Fomorians invade Ireland, and the creatures known as the Selkies leave the island.

   13,000 BCE*: The semi-mythical Tuatha De Danaan arrive in Ireland and defeat the Fomorians at the battle of Moytura.

   11,000 BCE–10,000 BCE*: The Tuatha De Danaan map out the natural interphase points across the globe and live in relative peace with the Celtic tribes of Ireland, often times intermarrying with them. They apparently are instrumental in the founding of the Atlantean civilization.
   A force of Annunaki return to Earth and engage in a long war with the Danaan. The Celts call them the "Na Fferyllt", or the Dragon Kings. They exploit the humans, using them as pawns against the Danaan. The Danaan take the war to the Annunkai and the conflict extends even to the other planets in the solar system, legends of which are immortalized and disguised as "a war in Heaven."
   Finally, after a global catacylsm which may have been due to the battles between the two forces, the war abates under terms. A pact is struck whereby the the two races intermingle their genetic material to create the forebears of the Archons, also known as the First Folk.

   10,000–9,000 BCE*: Both the Annunkai and the Danaan retreat further and further from direct involvement with humankind, even though Enlil still works behind the scenes, influencing different cultures, such as the precursors of the Sumerians and the early Egyptians. The Sphinx and the Great Pyramids of Giza are built during this time. A Danaan colony returns to Mars.
   The First Folk of the Archons settle in Asia and using the technology given to them by both the Danaan and the Annunkai build a civilization. Lam is born sometime during this period. His race mingles its blood with that of superior humans, which is the source of the legends of "blue bloods."
   The Atlantean League establishes colonies in the British Isles, Western Europe, North Africa and South America.
   Rise of the Aryan civilization on the island of Thule.

   9,650 BCE–5,000 BCE*: Estimated date of a global cataclysm that results in the destruction of Atlantis in the Atlantic Ocean and Lemuria/Mu in the Pacific. The magnetic centers of the Earth shift, and landmasses sink. The Atlantean priesthood flees to various parts of the world, including its slave labor force, the Firbolg. They arrive in Ireland and almost instantly are locked in conflict with the Danaan and later the Celts.
   The First Folk's civilization is destroyed. Those who are are not killed alter their physiologies in order to survive. By the time humanity recovers from the catastrophe, the Folk are so changed they are feared and hated. They are considered to be monsters, demons and imps. Their settlements are looted and fragments of the Chintamani Stone are stolen. The Folk retreat to an underground city in Asia where they begin their long struggle to survive by controlling humanity. Later, they are known as The Archons. One of their airships crashes in the Gobi before it has become a desert. The Archons begin a program of genetic engineering on the indigenous tribesmen in the area.
   Formation of two lands in pre-dynastic Egypt ruled by Isis and Osiris. The Egyptian pantheon of gods is established and the pharaohs are regarded as the divine representatives of the gods.    Rise of the Sumerian civilization.

   5000 BCE*: Major monuments are constructed, including the first phase of Stonehenge and the ziggurat of Ur, the Tower of Babel. The great chambered tumulus of Newgrange, on the northern bank of the Boyne in Ireland, is in use during this period as part of the megalithic tomb tradition. Megalithic structures such as Stonehenge and Newgrange were deliberately constructed above 'points of power' - natural vortices in the quantum field that represent expressions of hyperdimensional mathematics. Hyperdimensional theory provides a fundamental connection between the four forces of nature, a connection between uphill and downhill energy flows between dimensions. Some ancient cultures are aware of these vortices and manipulate the energies in the megalithic structures to open portals into other realms of existence.

   6000-4000 BCE: The city of Kharo-Khoto, later known as the Black City by Mongolian nomads, is a major center of commerce in the southwestern Gobi Desert. Legend has it that it contained the sacred flame, an incredibly powerful source of energy.

   1400-1200 BCE: During the Israelites' advance into Canaan, Joshua and his army attack the city of Jericho, bringing down the walls with the Ark of the Covenant. It is theorized that it was some sort of sonic attack, possibly a bombardment that destroyed the walls and allowed Joshua to take the city.
   Small luminscent objects are seen in the skies over Egypt, Europe and Asia. The phenomena last for centuries and is duly recorded by the scribes of kingdoms and times. In reality, the objects are small remote probes sent back in time by Operation Chronos.

   356 BCE: Alexander the Great, is born. He goes on to conquer Greece, Egypt, Persia, and part of India.

   150 BCE–001 CE*: The last major Celtic settlement in Ireland is built when the Children of Miled flee from Roman incursions into the Iberian Peninsula. They invade Ireland at Kerry in the south and the Boyne estuary in the east. At first the Danaan oppose them, but later live in uneasy peace with them.

   001 CE: Birth of Jesus of Nazareth.

   001–200 CE*: Invasion of Britain by Roman legions and suppression of the Druids. An attempted incursion into Ireland is turned away by the Tuatha De Danaan.

   200 CE*: Khara Bator Janiyn, known in Mandarin as Hara-Tzyan-Tzyun, a warrior and a mystic who could speak the black words, or magic formulas and spells, built a city on the location of Kharo-Khoto. This is the latest in a long line of cities that existed on the site over the centuries since the initial city was founded.

   391 CE: The Christian Emperor Theodosius I orders the destruction of pagan items at the Library of Alexandria in Egypt. Amongst the information lost during the burning of the Library is the knowledge that some ancient cultures were aware of natural dimensional vortices and could manipulate the energies to open portals into other realms of existence - one function of the megalithic structures such as Stonehenge. Later conspiracy theorists suggest that the Archon Directorate was responsible for - or at least involved in - the burning of the Library. The Directorate continues to suppress the knowledge over the coming centuries, both directly and through secret societies in their employ.

   400–450 CE*: A Danaan princess named Fand meets and falls in love with the Celtic warrior Cuchulainn, also known as Ka'in. The Firbolgs stage an invasion at Ulster and Fand is captured. Ka'in rescues her and is instrumental in defeating the invaders. Shortly after this, Ka'in is killed at Cuailnge. Shortly after this, the Tuatha De Danaan are rumored to have returned to Tir na' Nog with the treasures they had brought. Other legends state that the Tuatha De Danaan supposedly went underground and became immortal.
   Enlil, last of the so-called Dragon Kings and one of the major Annunaki, is imprisoned by Saint Patrick in a cryonics chamber on the isle of Great Skellig. At this time a pact is made that he would remain imprisoned until Judgment Day. This is apparently the basis of the legend of Patrick driving the serpents from Ireland. The Priory of Awen is founded to safeguard his crypt.

   451 CE: The Huns invade Gaul.

   453 CE: Brigid of Ireland (later Saint Brigid) is born of Danaan-human descent. Renowned for her beauty, she refuses marriage and becomes a nun, founding four monasteries and eventually becoming one of three patron saints of Ireland (along with Patrick and Columba).

   500 CE: The bard Merlin - of Danaan-human descent - lives during this time. Historically, the life of the actual bard is amalgamated with myths of a Celtic sky deity, and is later immortalised in Arthurian legend as a sorcerer and adviser to both Uther Pendragon and his son Arthur. Merlin is said to have "danced" the megaliths of Stonehenge into place with his music.

   524 CE: Brigid of Ireland passes away.

   600-700 CE: Tales of the subterranean city of Agartha spread throughout Asia. Balam is possibly born there around this time.

   738 CE: Abdul Al-Hazred dies after writing the Kitab Al-Azif.

   900 CE: The Toltecs gain ascendancy in Mexico.

   950 CE: Theodorous Philetas translates the Kitab Al-Azif into Greek. Hereafter the work is known as "The Necronomicon."

   1001–1034 CE: The Tanguat Empire adopts the name of Xi Xia in 1001, and rapidly establishes a dynasty. Kharo-Khoto is a border town of the Tanguat Empire.
   Leif Ericson establishes a Viking settlement in North America.
   Brian Boru extinguishes the Viking threat to Ireland in the Battle of Clontarf.
   Foundation of the Order of the Devoted Assassins by Hassan-i-Sabbah.

   1161 CE: Temujin (later Genghis Khan) is born.

   1170 CE: Richard De Clair, who took the name Strongbow, leads the first completely successful invasion of Ireland.

   1200's CE: A man makes the circuit of so-called New Age Circles, spreading the doctrine of hyperdimensional physics and existence of alternate worlds. He makes claims that humanity existed on all dimensional levels and that our experiences on each level were completely different. He explains that the dimensions are separated from one another by wavelengths, like notes on a musical scale. This was the last record of anyone claiming to be a Melchizedek.
   The Viking settlement in North America is allegedly aborted by the Archons. Balam visits the city of Agartha for one last time.

   1206 CE: Temujin spends time in the city of Kharo-Khoto. After melding the feuding Mongol tribes into an army, he is proclaimed Genghis Khan ("universal ruler"), and invades China and Persia. The great Khan swears to annihilate the Tanguat Empire when the Tanguat Emperor refuses to assist his campaigns. Genghis Khan becomes the first known person to be elevated to the title of the "Tushe Gun" ("Avenging Lama"). His sons move further west, into Russia and Eastern Europe. After the Khan's death, his immediate family establish the so-called "Golden Horde" to maintain the ruling dynasty. The reign lasts into the 14th century.

   1260 CE: Kublai Khan establishes Yuan Dynasty in China.
   Mamluks defeat the Mongols at Goliath Springs and take power in Syria and Egypt.

   1307 CE: King Phillip of France has the Knights Templar arrested by on charges of devil worship, heresy and sexual perversion. They are suspected of possessing the Holy Grail, the cup used by Christ during the Last Supper.

   1325 CE: Capital of Aztec Empire founded in Tenochtitlan, Mexico.

   1334–1349 CE: The first outbreak of bubonic plague, known as the Black Death, spreads across Europe.

   1379–1400 CE: The Golden Horde makes Kharo-Khoto the capital of the Mongol Empire. As in the Khara Bator legend, the Chinese march on Kharo-Khoto and raze it to the ground. Succeeding centuries see the ancient city covered completely by sand. Mongol rule in China is brought to an end towards the end of the century after a civil war among the Mongol princes. Mongol rule in southern Russia is also destroyed, with the victory of Dimitry Donskoi of Moscow at Kulikovo and the later conquests of Tamerlane - who sees himself as the military equal of Genghis Khan.

   1480 CE: Inquistion established in Spain.

   1492 CE: Columbus rediscovers America for the Spanish crown.

   1521 CE: Hernan Cortez and his expeditionary force of conquistadores overcome King Montezuma and his Aztec empire.

   1566 CE: Solomon Kane is born in Devonshire, England. He grows up to become a Puritan, solider, duellist and adventurer.

   1593 CE: In October, a Spanish solider stationed in Manila appears mysteriously in Mexico City. Confused and disoriented, he claims the governor of the Phillipines had been assassinated the night before. The authorities slap him in jail where he remains for two months until news of the governor's murder in Manila reaches Mexico. The soldier is one of Operation Chronos' failed time-trawling experiments.

   1608 CE: The telescope is invented and refined by Galileo Galilei.

   1619 CE: Johannes Kepler, an astronomer at a Prague observatory, describes the motions of planets in his "Third Law".

   1680 CE: A monastery is constructed on the Byang-Thang Plateau in northwest Tibet. It is the continuation of a long line of monasteries that have existed here for thousands of years. Its main purpose is to house a part of the Chintamani stone, to keep it segregated from the other portions of the stone, scattered all over the world.

   1700's CE: Oliver Cromwell wages a genocidal war in Ireland which wipes out over eighty percent of the population on the island.
   Masonic Grand Lodge of England and Druid Order founded.

   1740-1760 CE: A warrior chieftain named Amursana makes an attempt to reclaim the ancient city of Kharo-Khoto from the Chinese. Claiming to be both a descendant and reincarnation of Khara Bator, he unites the scattered Mongol tribes for a guerilla war of liberation against their oppressors. For more than a year, he and his nomads fight a hopeless fight against superior forces. After his death, legends are told that the liberator Khan will one day reappear as a warrior figure inspired by the gods. A cult develops to await Amursana's coming incarnation and rebirth of the Golden Horde.

   1749 BCE: Sir Francis Dashwood founds the most infamous Hellfire Club.

   1773 BCE: The Boston Tea Party occurs.

   1775 BCE: George Washington is appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army.

   1775-1783 BCE: American Revolutionary War.

   1776 BCE: American Declaration of Independence signed and ratified by the Second Continental Congress.

   1780 BCE: The Habsburg Dynasty in Europe comes to an end.

   1789-1799 BCE: French Revolution.

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