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Originally posted by beezzer
reply to post by leeangqi
Question 1. Is the enemy of the Ancients, Carl? Because I really hate Carl.
Question 2. Does this alien race have an HMO or is it more like Blue Cross/Clue Shield? Oh, and does it have dental?
Seriously, might be expecting lots of these as 2012 winds up.
Originally posted by adarmis
ERRRM, who made this prediction?
Originally posted by Minori
I checked out the link, there is alot of information there, seems like a cross between Christianity and Buddhism. Please correct me if I am wrong but are they suggesting that the Sumerian people are the anti-christ?? I am a little confused with all the doomsday type end of the world thing and then this race of moon people who will protect us, yet all the reference to the Revalations. When our creator makes his return nothing or nobody will be able to prevent his purpose. Interesting to say the least, thanks for sharing!!
The Sumerians, in the first literate civilisation, left thoudands of clay tablets describing their religious beliefs. As demonstrated by Sjöberg and Hall, the ancient Sumerians worshipped a moon-god who was called by many different names. The most popular names were Nanna, Suen, and Asimbabbar (Mark Hall, A Study of the Sumerian Moon-god, Sin, PhD., 1985, University of Pennsylvania). His symbol was the crescent moon. Given the amount of artifacts concerning the worship of this moon-god, it is clear that this was the dominant religion in Sumeria. The cult of the moon-god was the most popular religion throughout ancient Mesopotamia. The Assyrians, Babylonians, and Arkkadians took the word Suen and transformed it into the word Sîn as their favourite name for this deity (Austin Potts, The Hymns and Prayers to the Moon-god, Sin, PhD., 1971, Dropsie College, p.2). As Professor Potts pointed out, "Sîn is a name essentially Sumerian in origin which had been borrowed by the Semites"