- Virgo – Leo – Cancer
- 11,000 – 6,000 BCE
- End of the last Glacial maximum
- Probably in combination with a meteorite.
- All civilizations with a flood story probably predated this period.
Over the world then broke the great waters, drowning and sinking, changing Earth’s balance until only the Temple of Light was left standing on the great mountain on Undal still rising out of the water; some there were who were living, saved from the rush of the fountains.Emerald Tablet I: The History of Thoth the Atlantean
The Great Flood of Gun-Yu
The Great Flood of Gun-Yu (Chinese: 鯀禹治水), also known as the Gun-Yu myth, was a major flood in ancient China that allegedly continued for at least two generations, which resulted in great population displacements among other disasters, such as storms and famine. People left their homes to live on the high hills and mountains, or nest on the trees. According to mythological and historical sources, it is traditionally dated to the third millennium BCE, or about 2300-2200 BCE, during the reign of Emperor Yao.