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Originally posted by cycles
The old sumerian texts clearly state:
There came gods from the heaven.
They were just a few.
They had a clear hierarchy:
Big Boss far away in heaven, Enki commander of the unit on earth.
They had all kind of human characteristics.
Originally posted by cyclesThey had superior technologies.
They performed complex genetic experiments to get servants.
They made lots of errors before they created something worthwhile.
They later destroyed most of the (error) populations they had created.
They did this several times, a practise which mirrors exactly what we do with rats today.
The few selected ones they kept alive should become the source mankind.
Originally posted by cyclesModern genetics proof: Mankind came out of just one source...
They had mixed in their own genes at least.
Originally posted by cyclesTheir "big boss" in the heavens didn´t like what this group of "minor gods" had done.
He punished the "minor gods".
He demanded to finish that experiments and to wash away those half-cripples.
Then there was one of those "fallen" gods, later called "Luci - fer" or "Prometheus" the "Light-bearer".
He showed compassion with the poor creatures.
He taught them, he brought them "light". This was revolution of course.
It´s a very clear and simple message you will find in all the "myths" spread around the globe. They differ in details, o.k..
That´s natural if you take into account the long time these "myths" have been handed down the lines of history.
Originally posted by cyclesLook for yourself: Read the original Oxford University translations.
Just one here about genetic try and error games:
this was Umul: its head was afflicted, its place of …… was afflicted, its eyes were afflicted, its neck was afflicted. It could hardly breathe, its ribs were shaky, its lungs were afflicted, its heart was afflicted, its bowels were afflicted. With its hand and its lolling head it could not not put bread into its mouth; its spine and head were dislocated. The weak hips and the shaky feet could not carry (?) it on the field -- Enki fashioned it in this way.
Originally posted by WolfofWarOnly issue I have with the summerian texts whether or not theyve been translated correctly? I remember a while ago it was in question whether the guy who translated it was qualified to properly translate the sumerian texts.-