Babylonian Historian Berossus Said Ten Kings Preceded Global Flood Their Reigns Totaled Precession Number of Years


A priest of Marduk at Babylon, the historian Berossus circa 300 b. c., wrote that ten kings ruled sequentially before the global flood, their reigns having totaled 432,000 years, which clearly is a ridiculous number yet it’s symbolic that those kings were long lived (for almost a thousand years) and that the Babylonians, of Sumerian ancestry (base 60 metrics), measured the precession cycle of the earth’s axis for earth measure (geometry), see the Page at right Great Pyramid for Navigation.