posted on Aug, 6 2013 @ 04:39 AM
reply to post by LoveFurther
Yes the Anzu certainly aren't bugs. What needs to be questioned is the descriptions of a Flood-Storm strike;
An enormous hurricane, irresistible, went before the hero, stirred up the dust, caused the dust to settle, levelled high and low, filled the
holes. It caused a rain of coals and flaming fires; the fire consumed men. It overturned tall trees by their trunks, reducing the forests to heaps,
Earth put her hands on her heart and cried harrowingly; the Tigris was muddied, disturbed, cloudy, stirred up. He hurried to battle on the boat
Ma-kar-nunta-ea; the people there did not know where to turn, they bumped into (?) the walls. The birds there tried to lift their heads to fly away,
but their wings trailed on the ground.
The storm flooded out the fish there in the subterranean waters, their mouths snapped at the air. It reduced the animals of the open country to
firewood, roasting them like locusts. It was a deluge rising and disastrously ruining the mountains.
A perfect description of an awesome strike there from Sumeria. The flying form of the weapon is the oldest, gradually displaced to a mace type weapon
hand held by Storm God type Hero in human form.
The weapon was anthropomorphised into the Lion-Eagle at an early period, but when represented simply as a flying wing geometric form has the most
intriguing correlations to our present, in which once more the Anzu soar across the skies of the Near East, dispensing death from on high.
reply to post by WanDash
Thanks, and i love Lapsi Lazuli also, it goes well with gold, which i also like, it's the sun in the clear blue sky.
The Sar-ur and the Anzu do in my opinion provide the best evidence in terms of textual descriptions, artifacts, and general context of an agency of
cosmic enforcement for death dealing flying phenomena from the distant past, in conjunction with the Khyung tradition, the Ancient Alien series
Of course it's all open to interpretation, but there we are.
reply to post by abeverage
Perhaps we should write some epic literature regarding the Stealth bomber versus the Taliban...
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