reply to post by zosomike
funny but almost all my theories in those ebooks have evolved. some have been further substantiated in greater detail, and others fine tuned, and
yet more shifted ever so slightly to further define them. for example...
in revelation 9 it also mentions that 4 angels that had been bound in the euphrates river, were let loose onto the earth. to my knowledge, the only
time angels are mentioned as being bound, it's always in the bottomless pit (i translate that to mean they were restrained from coming back here via
this lead me to the theory that the bottomless pit wasn't just any gate, but a really big one, big enough to allow enki's flying floating roaring
glowing metal temple to come here from somewhere in the field constellation, and that the big abzu wasn't under Eridu, aftterall, but rather was on
the floor of the persian gulf. Eridu, which was on the shore of the persian gulf in ancient sumer, is now 65 miles inland due to silt deposition
from the euphrates, which means that the euphrates river itself has grown longer, out into the gulf, in fact, 65 miles out into the gulf, from where
its delta originaly dumped into the gulf, during ancient sumer!
as a result, the big abzu could feasibly be under the newer stretch of euphrates river, created by the silt run-off, since the time of sumer. it is
interesting to note that saddam had cut off the water flow to the sections of the euphrates, it's various little inlets, closer to the gulf, allowing
what was once swamplands, to dry up. the claim was that he was attempting to make life difficult to the indigneous people of the swamplands, but i
think it may have further implications.
afterall, if there were 4 angels (in the abyss) IN THE EUPHRATES (!!!), that suddenly are loosed on the earth from the gate (a double layered
reference in revelation 9, no doubt: et.al, data and then same data again with different detail/same event), the thing would have to be found first,
and opened. you can't LOOSE something that isn't bound, clearly somebody looses them. you can read these passages a thousand times and not see
something and read it again and WHAM, the stuff jumps off the page and explains itself.
and who looses them?
13And the sixth angel sounded, and I heard a voice from the four horns of the golden altar which is before God,
14Saying to the sixth angel which had the trumpet, Loose the four angels which are bound in the great river Euphrates.
15And the four angels were loosed, which were prepared for an hour, and a day, and a month, and a year, for to slay the third part of men.
how do you prepare intelligent beings to do battle, while they are bound? obviously it doesn't mean they are chained to a wall or something! the
thing that is bound is the gate. it's locked and buried under several tons of dirt and water.
[edit on 5-8-2010 by undo]