posted on Apr, 28 2004 @ 09:33 PM
i have been instructed to provide one more translation from the ancient text for you worthless agents of the corrupt alliance. while I protest this
action as you have shown you are not worthy, it is not my choice.
And so it came to pass, that in the waning days of his life and great rule, Hammurabi became more curious about the origins of the two rings that he
wore. With reluctant superstition, he put the success of his rein down, in part, to his posession of the rings.
He consulted amoungst the now numerous and wise priesthood that had established in the greatest of cities, Babylon. It was one of wisest of these
priests, Kiri, that would effect the final separation of the four rings and the deep secret they conceal.
Kiri persuaded Hammurabi to lend him one of the rings and take it to a small ornate temple along the Euphrates river between Uruk and Ur where, he
reassured Hammurabi, that in consultation with priests belonging to an ancient religious order, he would discover the origins of the rings, and unlock
Kiri had been at the temple barely a week when the news of Hammurabi's death reached him. The priests at the temple were very interested in the ring
and had told Kiri that they had been one of ten rings. The secrets contained within each ring were spiritual in nature and controlled the wisdom of
men. On finding this out Kiri decided to inform Habburabi's heir. The priests tried vainly to persuade him to stay and maintain the ring in their
As Kiri left the temple at the start of his trip back to Babylon he was murdered and the ring taken from him.
The priests of the temple would not have dared to commit the murder themselves but they were quite happy to take posession of the ring and they
secretly made plans to collect the other one still in Babylon.
The rings and their secrets disappeared from recorded history until the time of the Pharos and the great construction projects of Egypt.
you know not what you play with
these things must be given to those who are rightful heirs.