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Originally posted by zorgon
Originally posted by undo
Further thoughts on the Jaffa connection:
Ho;d that thought! I gotta go and work outside but I will be back....
Originally posted by promomag
Can someone re-link the military documents on Stargates, I must of missed those and cycling through 40+ pages isn't appealing to me.
Nun was thought to exist both outside the universe and as part of every body of water from the Nile to temple pools.
Nun was also thought to continue to exist as subsoil water beneath the earth and as the source of the annual flooding of the Nile River.
The god of chaos (Nun) didn't have a priesthood, nor any temples that have been found, and was never worshiped as a personified god. Instead, he was represented at various temples by the sacred lakes symbolising the chaotic waters before the First Time. At Abydos, he is represented by an underground water channel at the Osireion.
The lake, attached to a temple, represented Nun's waters, and the island was believed to be the primeval mound itself. Ra was thought to have come into the world out of the giant lotus which grew on the mound:
Nun was linked to the creator god, Ptah, and known as Ptah-Nun. Thus both Ptah and Nun were thought to be the father of the sun god Atem
The priests of Waset (Thebes, Modern Luxor), on the other hand, declared that Waset was the site of the Nun's water, and the rising of the primeval mound. Amun, the creator god of Waset, was originally one of the Ogdoad and became the most powerful god of the area. They believed that Amen changed from the invisible chaos deity into the primeval mound. In this form, he created the other gods. He created the lotus, which opened to reveal the child form of Amun-Ra, who then finished the creation of the world. Nun, although he was a powerful force, was thought to have been inert until Amen awoke him from torpor, and used his chaotic waters to create the universe.
Nun is regarded as having no surface, stretching into infinity. Not subject to cosmic order (Maat), Nun’s watery chaos is even so considered beneficial
Nun is without peer in the Egyptian cosmos, as he is regarded as the “father of the gods”.
The water level is twenty or more feet higher today than it was in the New Kingdom, but it is assumed that the foundations were intended to be underwater when it was built as a reminder of the rise of the gods from the primordial sea.
Originally posted by airtrax007
I'm reading info at this site right now --nice info--www.projectcamelot.net...
Originally posted by airtrax007
Some other tie in on this topic----The Fifth World is either the present world, or the next world, in several Native American beliefs
Originally posted by NJ Mooch
I have been following this thread and have played connect the dots with much of the information that is provided. Before I thought that anything Christian was total b.s. and now it looks like the bible was written as if we knew about the history of this planet that predates it's publishing.
Some of the events that the bible talks about make sense if you understand all the info on stargates/world history, much of it has been mentioned in this thread. The other major religions that are mentioned also tie in with this info. Many questions are being answered or clarified, but many more have come up. Your idea about the angels being bound in the Euphrates sounds like they were waiting to come through the stargate. So was the "angel with the trumpet" the entity who was controlling the stargate at the time? That makes sense if you ask me.
This puzzle is being put together, at least for me, so please continue your research and help me understand all of this.
Pueblo histories and religion recognize two kinds of sipapus: The first is the original sipapu, through which First People entered the current world from the Third or Lower World (with the flute-playing Locust leading the way). Different Pueblo groups have different views as to where the original sipapu is located. Pueblos believe that the dead pass into the spirit world through the sipapu. Once upon a time, the dead would have been able to reemerge after a few days and their bodies revived, but Pueblo history says that Coyote covered the sipapu with a stone, and now only spirits, such as the kachinas, can pass through sipapus.