Cain, elongated skulls, and the old gods of Sumer

Part 3 of my series of articles leading up to the release of The Great Inception is online:

At Eridu and nearby sites in ancient pre-flood southern Sumer, and only there, archaeologists have found about 120 terracotta figurines scholars call “ophidian.” That’s fancy talk for snake-like.

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