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Before the Delusion by William Gleeson, a bombshell rewriting 12,000 years of history

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Egyptian 'Lord' receiving native supplicants by Description de l'Egypte, 1822

Egyptian 'Lord' receiving native supplicants by Description de l'Egypte, 1822

The Lords of Ur were giants (always represented at least twice bigger than normal humans) who could live a thousand years, although they gradually lived younger due to interbreeding with normal humans and unhealthy radiation. They were also the forefathers of the Israelites. Their well-known descendants include Adam, Eve, Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon, and Jesus Christ.

It is unknown if the Lords of Ur were descendants of the inhabitants of the continent that disappeared after the comet's impact in the Pacific Ocean (possibly referred to by Plato) or if originally they might not have been from Earth at all, although there is no evidence of the latter. Gleeson's research indicates that already in 3000 BC records of their kingdom went back at least 10,000 years; and that some are probably buried at Pohnpei Island in Micronesia and could still be discovered by exploration. There are proofs of the existence of these giants from Egyptian tombs that have been uncovered and their longevity is also clearly confirmed in the Bible.

The 'God' of the Israelites was 'light', produced by nuclear reaction. All the pyramids and Ziggurat temples were nuclear power stations pumping water from the Nile and the Euphrates rivers to become steam generators providing rain and fertilization. Chemical and mechanical engineers have independently reached a similar conclusion and they explain exactly how it works at

The purpose of these stations was to clear the sky after the comet's impact 7000 years before from impact debris and volcanic ash; steam being a strong greenhouse gas causing warming, and rain physically cleansing the lower atmosphere. They brought light to darkness from a clouded sky. This is when everyone was advised to leave Egypt for 400 years, many Lords of Ur reaching the UK.

The flood was a 'wind flood' of nuclear radiation. Previous Egyptologists mistranslated the wave hieroglyph for water when it actually meant 'waves' of radiation. Noah (Babylonian Utanapishtim or Ziusudra) did not build an ark, he built an arx, which was a huge building well insulated against radioactive waves. He was told 100 years before that he would need to build it, so possibly it took 100 years to build the Temples of the Sun (pyramids) and the Temples of the Moon (Ziggurats).

Picture of Vo=O in hieroglyphs, which translates [in reverse] as E=mc2 by Pochan, A. The Mysteries of the Great Pyramids, Avon, 1971 and Lemesurier, P. The Great Pyramid, 32, Element Books, 1987

Picture of Vo=O in hieroglyphs, which translates [in reverse] as E=mc2 by Pochan, A. The Mysteries of the Great Pyramids, Avon, 1971 and Lemesurier, P. The Great Pyramid, 32, Element Books, 1987

There is only one inscription that could be found on the Great Pyramid of Cheops in Giza and it is the equation E=mc2 written in reverse in early-style symbols. "The word was god; H E=mc2". Gleeson explains well in the book how he translated the equation from ancient texts but summarily: the first symbol, 'V', was a form of the later hieroglyph represented as uplifted human arms or animal horns, denoting ka - a difficult concept interpreted uncertainly as a 'double' or 'duality'; a multiple of itself. The second symbol of the complete circle, 'O', represented completeness, wholeness, or entirety. The third symbol of three parallel horizontal lines intuitively conveyed the still universal meaning of 'equals' or 'equivalent to'. And the fourth symbol, of a divided circle, may be interpreted as something divided or split.

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Gleeson even identified the exact location where the uranium was mined (Kerma in Nubia) and also the place where it was enriched (Abydos), where such elaborate installations have been excavated and reconstituted. Later the Israelites and Babylonians had nuclear weapons of mass destruction; examples of such radioactive weapons were the Holy Grail and the Ark of the Covenant. It explains why so much evidence of nuclear explosions like sand and pottery turned to glass has been found. It has also been proven in 2010 that chambers in certain pyramids are still radioactive today, to unhealthy levels.

God did not separate the water of the Red Sea, but the radioactive wave did open a pathway by killing the Egyptian army for the entire host to pass through. It is clear from the Old Testament that what they used to destroy these enemy armies or cities like Sodom and Gomorrah was radiation, and that all the signs of radiation poisoning are there (especially pustulous leprosy and plagues).

Egyptian sun gods seated on thrones of Lapis Lazuli - The power was in the throne by Coffin of Djedkhonsuefankh ca 950 BC. Trustees British Museum, image 35299001

Egyptian sun gods seated on thrones of Lapis Lazuli - The power was in the throne by Coffin of Djedkhonsuefankh ca 950 BC. Trustees British Museum, image 35299001

The lapis lazuli crystal stones from Afghanistan that were contained in the so-called sarcophagi in the pyramids or thrones of the Egyptian Lords, were arranged 7 X 7 X 7 along with the enriched uranium, and were later enclosed in a gold shell (insulator) attached to a hollow tube like a rifle barrel. There are plenty of examples in museums of these nuclear weapons 'sceptres', they may also still be radioactive today.    

This may sound just unbelievable and too much to accept. It is up to you to read the book Before the Delusion, research the evidence and make your own mind up. Several other authors have written fascinating books complementing this research, like Graham Hancock, Robert Bauval, Robert K. G. Temple, David Rohl, Alan F. Alford, Christopher P. Dunn, Scott Creighton, and Gary Osborn. No point in criticising this without reading the book. If other experts eventually verify Gleeson's findings, his book will certainly be key to our history. And now I will let Bill Gleeson answer a few questions.

Roland Michel Tremblay: 1) William Gleeson, a few months ago your book Before the Delusion was published in the UK. You make extraordinary claims in this novel that you have researched for 15 years. Not being an expert yourself, can you tell us what prompted you to write the novel?

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William Gleeson: I have a very, very sceptical nature. Extreme. I have read ancient history and archaeology for 20 years, during the course of which I noticed factual or logical anomalies - stuff that just doesn't make any sense. So I began keeping a list until eventually I had enough material that formed patterns with alternative explanations. Gradually over 10-15 years I pieced together an alternative story - supported by evidence. I didn't just make up an alternative story - I discovered the pieces and assembled it from prior records.

I had about three attempts at writing it. I tried as non-fiction but that was too boring - then I tried twice as fiction. In Before the Delusion I have used a fictional Vatican scholar as a literary device to carry the story. He is fictional but the content is factual and documented. Anyone can check it from public sources.

RMT: 2) Can you tell us in your own words what the novel is about?

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