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originally posted by: MystikMushroom
I just wanna say that I have no freaking clue what ya'll are talking about anymore, and quite frankly It's quite amusing. I feel like every time I dip in here there's some kind of odd party going on with people in strange costumes listening to weird songs and eating/drinking strange foods and chanting in odd languages.
Then, I look around with my mouth agape wondering what is up...and slowly creep backwards out of the thread more confused than the last time I entered. And I wonder if I even dare to look again...
...the servant, who is acquainted with the secrets of An, Ninsubura the chief servant, the shining crown of heaven, the messenger of good tidings, the goddess who turns what affects me into something good, who loves the directions of An and with out whom Enlil does not give orders to the great gods
originally posted by: Kantzveldt
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear
Important to realize also that there is no longer anyone that recognizes this particular framework or considers themselves to be working within it with regards to the belief system, though they have an exploitative hierarchical system somewhat loosely based upon it.
My reconstruction has been from scratch, the lights may be back on in admin but otherwise all other areas are only frequented by ghosts, it's simply been a case of getting in touch with the Divine heads of all departments and persuading them to get things up and running again, or at least guarantee future support, not so easy when they're all non-existential phenomena, that also requires of course the full backing and authority of Anu.
At a given point when everything is in place it's a question of shifting our current paradigm, getting the green light to put that adjustment into full effect, bringing the ghosts back to life.
Enki, the Wise Old One, Enki,
The Father, stood by Inanna,
Behind her he pointed, over her shoulders.
Around she turned to see what was there,
Around she turned to see who had followed.
Ninshubur it was, the one who had followed,
Once Queen of the East, behind Inanna she had hidden,
Inanna's companion, now her faithful servant.
Together they stood, side-by-side,
Together they set forth, shoulder-to-shoulder,
Together they travelled as one.
Quickly to the tree, to the Huluppu-tree
The tree where the serpent, who could not be charmed, nested.
Then Ninshubur fastened on the serpent the eye of power.
She spoke to him the word of order,
She whispered to him the cry of love.
She embraced him.
The serpent, who could not be charmed, loosened the roots,
The serpent, who could not be charmed, from the Huluppu-tree, went forth;.