reply to post by bigfatfurrytexan
essentially, i'm saying that ENKI and ENLIL appear to be JEHOVAH. The two of them have been mashed into one, and that other examples of things
or have been called, indicate that they are also both attributed with things characterized by christianity as works or acts of the serpent, the
devil, satan and so on.
Sitchin found this also and he settled on the idea that Enki was the biblical satan and Enlil the biblical jehovah. He also stated he felt they were
in constant battles with one another since before the creation of the adam and that they had many such wars with each other, right here on earth. I
am not sure that's exactly right.
What i am finding is that the earlier hebrews themselves knew the difference, but the later israelites, did not , and ended up attributing the actions
of both Enki and Enlil, to Jehovah. This had the effect of making Jehovah seem extremely contradictory, almost like he was suffering with a split
personality, which carried over into some of the teachings about YESHUA as well.
The way this came about is related to the etymology of ENLIL's name, which is the following:
EL is the middle eastern generic god word. Not only is jehovah called EL, but the god of the ugaritic texts is called EL. And furthermore, countless
mesopotamian god names are based on the etymological history of the word LIL from which EL descends. It's therefore easy to see how the stories
of things previously attributed to ENKI specifically, and ENLIL specifically, were combined under the EL god word and thus we have JEHOVAH, whose name
seems to be based on derivates of ENKI and ENLIL, as well!
In effect, i think Yeshua is Enki, come in a human body and this is why he could say he was jehovah (YHWH) because the israelites called him that in
the past. He wasn't the father, he was the son. This is exactly how Enki and Enlil are described in many of the sumerian-akkadian texts. Enlil is
the father of Enki. And Anu or An is the father of Enlil.
You might be wondering: So where is Anu then? Is he also JEHOVAH? Well barely. He's given like an honorable mention. But I think the real
evidence of his inclusion is in the etymology of AMUN. Allow me to demonstrate:
And what is at the end of every prayer? "AMEN." However, there's a translation for the word that gives the impression that it's not a noun, and
therefore not a name, which is entirely true. But i think someone dropped the ball on that one, and I tell ya why:
EN.LIL means wind / breath / air / heaven / sky . From his name comes the word ELOHIM, and the definition of ELOHIM, is spirit beings. Dr. Heiser
explains it best here:
So What is an Elohim anyway?
EN.LIL's name was an indicator for a spirit being. He's the HOLY SPIRIT.
EN.KI is the son.
And ANU a.k.a AMEN or AMUN, is the Father. Father, Son, Holy Ghost.
i think... i mean, the more i compare Enki to Yeshua, the more they seem the same to me. There are a few things that are kinda confusing (like how
clever he was, but then, so was yeshua), over all, seems like the same guy. Always trying to help his creations (we humans) from getting the short
end of the stick because of our "mistakes."
That's very Yeshua.
I'm not entirely sold on this yet, however, but it makes sense in several ways.
[edit on 13-5-2010 by undo]