posted on Jul, 16 2007 @ 04:37 AM
I've never found a reference in sumerian texts to suggest there was a place/planetary body called "Nibiru", although there IS a place called Nibru.
Nibru was another name for Nippur, the city of Enlil,which was just down the Euphrates River from Enki's city of Eridu. The etymology for it is:
Nibru, Nibbur, Nippur. There was a timeframe where everything that was written as a "b", was turned upside down and written as a "p" instead. So
Absu became Apsu, and so on.
Take a few moments and review this document by Michael Heiser regarding "the Serpent" in the garden . It's very interesting:
"The Nachash and His Seed, Some Explanatory Notes on Why the "Serpent" in Genesis 3 Wasn't a Serpent
You can also hear me interview him on the subject on this download file (for winamp)
or this streaming file (for windows media player)
And here's the show information:
Make note of the fact the "seraph" is seen later in biblical texts as the fiery serpents in the desert, terrorizing the hebrews as they make their
40 year Exodus. Seraph is singular for Seraphim, which means not only is Satan a reptilian, he's a Seraph, an anointed Cherub. According to
scripture, there are many races of angelic beings with God, including the Reptilians, so not all reptilians are bad, if I understand this correctly.
Unless God has condemned the entire Seraphim class of angels.
[edit on 16-7-2007 by undo]