<The channeled 3500 year old Atlantean warrior Ramtha the Englightened one speaks…>
In my day I am seven feet tall. I have cinnamon skin and very black eyes and very long, black hair. I am not considered politically correct. My people were the whitest people. They were the golden people of copper-haired and reed-colored eyes and rose-tinted full lips to pale faces and ice-blue eyes and a thin hint of a mouth, thin hair but white as snow. My people were as black as night, tall, towering, beautiful. They were Ionians. They were the red man of the Atlatian. They are the modern-day Indians who used to have it all. Now they are reduced to fishing and gambling. You don’t like it? I don’t really care. You know why? Because if this is the time that you are a red man, you have been an Ionian, you have been an Egyptian, you have been an Atlatian, you have been a million other lives. Why should you take precedence with this one?
You know, Ramtha means the Ram who descended the mountain in a terrible day. It is about that in all antiquity. And in ancient Egypt, there is an avenue dedicated to the Ram, the great conqueror, and that lived ten thousand years, fifteen thousand years after I left here. And they were wise enough to understand that whoever could walk down the avenue of the Ram could conquer the wind. That is mythology.
If ever you can find a bas-relief of a picture of a ram, get it. The greatest civilization four thousand years ago in its demise recognized what was considered a truth, even in their time, to remember something that was really important. The terrible day of the Ram is not remembered in the Bible; it is not remembered in ancient text. But it is remembered in ancient text because 35,000 years ago, it would be fifteen thousand years to ten thousand years that Jehovah and his sister would appear on the scene, and they would be the ones that would create a division in all humanity and a religion about believing in a God and being on the winning side. That would be the basis of religion itself, certainly the myth of Moses and Abraham.