Originally posted by simon2k7
If nibiru was this close and as big as it is( only six months away) ...wouldn't we be flying out of our solar system?
At least according to modern physics.
Oh but also since I'm posting I'll add that there is a much more mythological reference to "nibiru" (ne-be-ru in Sumero-Akkadian).
The word "ne-be-ru" obviously had many different varied meanings especially throughout a period of time. The word, like all other words, was absorbed
into other languages, evolved within multiple languages, or what have you. Words are dynamic and mutable. Ideas, vocalizations attached to them,
paradigms, etc, shift just as the sands of the desert.
In some references, 'ne-be-ru' refers to "crossing".
In other references, it is clear it references a celestial body, or a title for various celestial bodies.
Due to the well known fact that "celestial bodies" were always identified and paired with "mythological deities", it is nearly impossible to know
exactly how they viewed the distinctions, if any, between them.
In a sense, the stars, planets, sun and moon are the "gods", and "mythology" is the verbal, artistic, symbolic, literary, etc, "personifications" of
those celestial deities.
These deities are represented through everything it would seem, as there are underlying symbolic "archetypes" being preserved and presented through
just about any "thing" you can think of.
Our very own language is like a huge puzzle, where the clues are hidden all over the place detailing the secrets of our past. For example, we will
casually agree that most religions believe "the gods come from the sky", which references "celestial deity" directly. The "bad ones", are "fallen".
Being "on high" refers to being "upheld", "uplifted", etc. The direct of "upwards" is referenced as "good / positive", while "downwards" as "bad /
I used a bunch of words that have crazy histories and meanings in this post. Every word can be broken down and dissected into greater deeper meanings
and even greater riddles.
We are missing over 90% of our historical data which is pertinent to having a full clear and concise picture of what is really going on here. That
means 90% of everything we take for granted is potentially false and we have no way to know otherwise due to lack of data. That's not a real
statistic, that's a generalization of an estimation used to reveal potentiality.
My point here is this:
Language changes. It is dynamic, diverse, complex, evolving, etc.
I don't even know where most of our words come from, and I have been actually checking with the experts. We only know so much, that which we have
record / evidence of. And evidence is often difficult to discern, and conflicting perceptions can be made as a result depending on preconceived
What little we do know are mere assumptions based on our opinion of what was being communicated in these ancient texts or tablets.
Your guess is as good as anyone else's in the long run.
You could know every fact there is to know on Earth, and still be missing over 90% of the truth of reality.
edit on 29-6-2012 by muzzleflash
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