posted on Jun, 24 2013 @ 09:05 PM
Originally posted by R0CR13
Not sure beyond any doubt but that is what the research in the skyladder book linked in my post clearly points out
Almost every where on earth has the same story
"Once there was a ladder to heaven and men and gods came and went "
When you read the descriptions of Babi and Shu I have posted you see what I mean
i've been reading bits and pieces inbetween comments and other things. i had stated several pages ago in this thread, that i believed the word babel
meant star gate. other people have translated it to mean gate of the gods or just gate of god. the original sumerian word for it is KA.DINGIR.RA
the cuneiform glyph for dingir is the sumerian divinity symbol, which looks like a star. i thought, well, how did KA.DINGIR.RA become babel....notice
babel is also a compound word, and EL is the word for god in that example. another version of it is babilu and another is babili. which indicates a
plural word instead of a singular, differentiating gate of god from gate of gods. what about BAB? bab, as far as i can tell, is derived from the
earlier word for water -- ab. so now we have water star. that didn't make a bit of sense to me. well enki's abzu caught my attention at this point.
what was the abzu = a watery gate. so now i had watery gate star. then pow, it hit me-- star gate. the watery reference was the event horizon,
like the wormhole formed from the gate mechanism had an energetic field inside it that looked like water, that may be described as its event horizon,
thus why they called it a LAKE of fire.
you didn't read the thread. lol
edit on 24-6-2013 by undo because: (no reason given)