reply to post by dragnet53
So it's safe to say that Marduk plays a signifigant role in the Sumarian codex. I like the passages on the 4th tablet (Ha, 4th, what a
He made ready the bow, he chose his weapon,
He slung a spear upon him and fastened it...
He raised the club, in his right hand he grasped it,
The bow and the quiver he hung at his side.
He set the lightning in front of him,
With burning flame he filled his body
You see, while everyone else is looking at vids that supposedly show nemesis with planets in the extreme southern skies or other such media info. I
have been watching Marduk:
Make his bow and his spear........
Raise his club (but it looks more like a mace or hammer to me)
and do other things like take the appearance of a winged disk, and a horned disk.
I can see this every night, all night. with the naked eye. All my friends and people I work with can see it. (but they have no Idea of what they
are you ready?______________Marduk/nibiru = Jupiter
[Booo...... Hisssss............ 'what a twit'...........'oh come on']
Please hear me out. For the last 5 weeks we've noticed that we can actually SEE jupiters 4 largest moons, and when the moons rotate, we can see
jupiter make shapes...........like bows, and horns and spears........
Here is the big problem: We are not really suppose to see the moons of jupiter with the naked eye. Go ahead, do a search. Not much out there. I think
one vague reference from the 1800's and another from china in 365 BC.
Also look at the wiki on jupiter, go down to the "Ancient mythology" section. You will see Marduk there.
Now of course you can choose to not believe any of this, but I ask only one small favor. Go outside and find jupiter. It is the brightest "star" in
the sky, you can't miss it. Once you find it stare at it. If your eyesight is good and the light pollution is not too bad, you can make out at least
3 tiny, tiny moons most of the time. If you can't make out the moons then at least take note of the overall shape of what you see, and then use that
as a benchmark. It will change shape every night all night.
Jupiter will continue to come closer to our planet till the end of the month. (that's the official view anyway) by that time the view will be
So keep on looking if you want, just don't miss the big show in the real world while you do all this.
[edit on 6-9-2010 by Khaaaaaan!!]