anyway, i know some of my info is repeating. for those who have read the entire thread, some things have repeated, repeatedly.
this is probably due to any number of possibilities, such as the coma i was in that did some damage to my short term memory. so if you see me saying
something again and again, i'm either trying to make a point, or forgot i had already made it.
i apologize in advance if this turns out to be
the case. i think i'm getting more of my memory back but it's hard to tell without a way to compare it. in addition, when new people arrive, most
don't want to read all 140 plus pages, and make statement/ask questions that have already been covered, so i repeat myself for their benefit.
there is a new (and not so new) topic i want to discuss...again. it relates to the the enuma elish. that has to be one of the weirdest of the
ancient texts. part of the problem appears to be a time related issue. it's written by marduk's scribes. marduk claimed direct descendancy from
enki (perhaps another enki host, who knows). he attempts to take credit for the events that had happened from the beginning times of the first city
(eridu) and after as well. but what really gets me are the stories about apsu, tiamat, and kingu.
i mentioned this before, but i really believe kingu is a gate on the moon but the text is written in very heavy metaphor, if true. my theory on that
goes (a refresher) something like this:
apsu is abzu (the gate)
tiamat is the wormhole.
apsu was "killed" (locked)
so tiamat was connected to kingu instead. this was because enki (called ea in the story) has decided to go to war. this, i believe, is the war in
the heavens referred to in the biblical texts as well, in which enki first decides to attempt an overthrow of "God's throne". the text makes it
sound like it's not him but tiamat that's doing the deed and of course, all tiamat is doing is bringing in the reinforcements enki needs for the
at that point, monsters start emerging from tiamat (scorpoin men are there too!) so i'm thinking they used the kingu gate on the moon, to get in our
neck of the woods, since the abzu gate had been locked. what follows is a massive war. sitchin believes it was a metaphor about the formation of our
local planets and moons. i don't think so. it's later than that in the timeline, i'm pretty sure.
the last sentence in the first book is a reference to kingu. check this out:
"Let the opening of your mouth quench the Fire-god; Whoso is exalted in the battle, let him display his might!"
also in the first book, right before the opening of the mouth, she mentions laying the tablets of destiny on him, here:
She gave him the Tablets of Destiny, on his breast she laid them, saying:
now i had a theory that the tablet of destiny (the ME, pronounced "may") was in fact the control device for the gate, like the DHD is in the tv show
and movie. it just doesn't look like that...i don't think? i've never seen an artifact, to my knowledge, that displays the tablets of destiny.
i've seen one that displays a scepter, which i thought was the ME at one point, but that may not be exactly accurate.
marduk is associated with nibiru, which is another name for jupiter (the planet). i believe this is a fallacy. since nibiru is earlier known to be the
planet of enlil not enki, and since marduk was enki's son... .well you get the picture. it sounds like another one of his confabulations.