reply to post by heliosprime
You Christians just love to spout out crap without thought to fact... okay here's a real fact for you
an overall pantheon of gods and goddesses existed before the current bible (many of whom are actually named in the Bible), there were two predominant
and opposing gods. In different cultures they have been known as ’El Elyon’ and ’Baal’; ’El Shaddai’ and ’Adon’; ’Arhiman’ and
’Mazda’; ’Jehovah’ and ’Lord’; ’God’ and ’Father’. But these styles are all titular; they are not personal names.
So who precisely were they? To find the answer we have to look no further than where these gods were actually operative, and the old Canaanite texts
(discovered in Syria in the 1920s) tell us that their courts were in the Tigris-Euphrates valley in Mesopotamia, in the Sumerian Eden delta of the
But what did the ancient Sumerians call these two gods? What were their personal names? We can trace the Sumerian written records back to about 3700
BC, and they tell us that the gods in question were brothers. In Sumer, the storm god who eventually became known as Jehovah was called ’Enlil’ or
’Ilu-kur-gal’ (meaning ’Ruler of the Mountain’), and his brother, who became Adon, the Lord, was called ’Enki’. This name is really
important to our story because ’Enki’ means ’Archetype’.
The texts inform us that:
it was Enlil who brought the Flood
it was Enlil who destroyed Ur and Babylon
it was Enlil who constantly opposed the education and enlightenment of humankind
Indeed, the early Syrian texts tell us that it was Enlil who obliterated the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah on the Dead Sea - not because they were dens
of wickedness, as we are taught, but because they were great centers of wisdom and learning.
It was Enki, on the other hand, who, despite the wrath of his brother, granted the Sumerians access to the Tree of Knowledge and the Tree of Life. It
was Enki who set up the escape strategy during the Flood, and it was Enki who passed over the time-honored Tables of Destiny - the tables of
scientific law which became the bedrock of the early mystery schools in Egypt.
Many books talk about the hermetic school of Tuthmosis III of Egypt, who reigned about 1450 BC. But it is not generally known that the school he
originally inherited was the Royal Court of the Dragon. This had been founded by the priests of Mendes in about 2200 BC and was subsequently ratified
by the 12th dynasty Queen Sobeknefru.
This sovereign and priestly Order passed from Egypt to the Kings of Jerusalem; to the Black Sea Princes of Scythia and into the Balkans - notably to
the Royal House of Hungary, whose King Sigismund reconstituted the Court just 600 years ago. Today it exists as the Imperial and Royal Court of the
Dragon Sovereignty, and after some 4,000 years it is the oldest sovereign Court in the world.
But what were the earliest aims and ambitions of the Order back in Pharaonic times? They were to perpetuate and advance the alchemical strength of the
Royal Bloodline from Lord Enki, the Archetype.
The kings of the early succession (who reigned in Sumer and Egypt before becoming Kings of Israel) were anointed upon coronation with the fat of the
Dragon (the sacred crocodile). This noble beast was referred to in Egypt as the Messeh (from which derived the Hebrew verb ’to anoint’), and the
kings of this dynastic succession were always referred to as ’Dragons’, or ’Messiahs’ (meaning ’Anointed Ones’).
In times of battle, when the armies of different kingdoms were conjoined, an overall leader was chosen and he was called the ’Great Dragon’ (the
’King of Kings’) - or, as we better know the name in its old Celtic form, the ’Pendragon’.
So this is who you speak when you say Dragon... keep your facts straight okay...