Friday, July 31, 2015

Planet of a Million Years- Nibiru

According to Jewish tradition the exact spot in the heavens where God has a dwelling is so distant that it would require a journey of 3,500 years ... How much closer can one get to the 3,600 years that it takes Nibiru to complete one orbit around the Sun? Biblical references to Yahweh’s throne stated its location as a place called Olam. "Thy throne is established forever, from Olam art Thou," the Psalms (93:2) declared; "Thou, Yahweh, are enthroned in Olam, enduring through the ages," states the Book of Lamentations (5:19). Modern translations likewise render Olam as "everlasting" and "forever" (The New American Bible) or as "eternity" and "for ever" (The New English Bible), revealing an uncertainty whether to treat the term as an adjective or as a noun. Recognizing that Olam is clearly a noun, the most recent translation by the Jewish Publication Society adopted "eternity," an abstract noun, as a solution.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

The All Seeing Eye- The Eye Idols of Tell Brak

During the peak of the Anunnaki activities on Earth the rank and file sons of gods numbered to six hundred while three hundred of them were stationed in orbit servicing the shuttle craft. The Sumerian term for these non-terrestrial humans assigned in the heavens is Igi.gi which means “Those who observe and see.” In the city of Nagar (now Tell Brak), Northern Mesopotamia, archaeologists found thousands of objects and shrines they called the “eye idols.” Ancient texts and depictions describe how the Anunnaki used earth-orbiting celestial “seeing eyes”- modern day satellites if you will. The Intelsat IV series of communications satellites, launched from Cape Canaveral during the early 1970's, marked the fifth generation of geostationary communications satellites developed by Hughes Aircraft Company since the 1963 launching of Syncom II, the world's first synchronous satellite. Coincidentally, the Intelsat IV resembled the “eye idols of Tell Brak.” Sources: Genesis Revisited, Gunter’s Space Page, Wikipedia

Thursday, July 23, 2015

The Chaldean Genesis - Source Story for the Book of Genesis

The creation tale of Genesis is the edited version of a much older detailed Mesopotamian text, which in turn were an adaptation of the original Sumerian story. The original Sumerian account of creation was called Enuma Elish (When in the heights), or the Epic of Creation. Taken from its opening words, it became the most hallowed religious-political-scientific document of the land read and re-enacted in passion plays to celebrate the New Year in the ancient times. The clay tablets where they are written are prized possessions of the temples. The decipherment of the writing on the clay tablets discovered in the ruins of Mesopotamia more than a century ago led to the realization that texts existed that related biblical tales millennia before the Old Testament was compiled. Especially important were texts found in the ruins of the Library of Ashurbanipal in Niniveh (City in Ancient Mesopotamia/Iraq) indicating a tale of creation that matches, in some part word for word the tale of Genesis! George Smith of the British Museum who pieced together the broken clay tablets wrote and published his book, The Chaldean Genesis, conclusively establishing that there indeed existed an Akkadian text of the Genesis tale, written in the Old Babylonian dialect that preceded the biblical text by at least a thousand years. The various fragments found and pieced together added up to seven tablets; six of them related to the creation process; the seventh tablet is entirely devoted to the exaltation of “the Lord” – Marduk in the Babylonian version, the planet Nibiru on the original Sumerian writing. One can only guess that this seven –tablet division somehow is the basis for the biblical story into a seven-part time-table, of which six parts involved divine handiwork and the seventh is devoted to a restful and satisfactory look back at what had been achieved. The compilers and editors of the Old Testament, descendants of Abraham- a scion from a royal priestly family from the Sumerian capital of Ur , took the Epic of Creation, shortened and edited it and used it as the foundation of a national religion that glorifies the god Yahweh. In reality, the original writing from the source of Genesis accredited the creation of to a planetary god – Nibiru, whom the Sumerian always depicted as the Winged Disc. Compiled from Genesis Revisited

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