Antediluvian is the "pre-flood world", a term that refers to human civilization before the "flood" that is cited in various Sumerian clay tablets and Semitic manuscripts.
Archaeologist Jonathan Gray, author of Dead Man's Secrets, claims evidence for technologically advanced humanoid societies that existed in the "pre-flood world", or antediluvian period. Gray's research leans more towards the concept of ultraterrestrials, rather than Zecharia Sitchin's claims for antediluvian extraterrestrials.
Gray claims discoveries in the ancient world of a type of plastic that looks like glass and is bendable, but does not break. Drinking cups made of this transparent material were found in ancient graves of Egypt, Peru and throughout the Roman Empire. Gray also points to records that describe an ancient type of "screen projector" used in temple rituals. The projector moved on wheels to give the projected image movement. The simulation of sound was also applied during temple rituals, in unison with what was being displayed, to give an emotional effect. Gray also suggests that the building of the great Egyptian pyramids was constructed through the use of "sound waves" and not primitive tools.
Gray's discoveries of radiation burn marks and melted brickwork in various locations of the world, support the concept for an atomic cataclysm as a possible candidate for the annihilation of these high-tech civilizations in the pre-flood world.
- ↑ Semitic manuscripts include Akkadian, Babylonian, Hebrew, Jewish, and Ethiopic writings.