reply to post by undo
Why the assertion that Enki was Jesus?
God said 'Let US make man in OUR image'. I think, if going by your train of thought, God is both Enki and Enlil.
As for everything else you've stated, have a read of this stuff....newly translated from the Ancient Hebrew Bible....it may fill in some more
blanks....or at the very least provides some very interesting, highly entertaining and thought-provoking reading.
The Chronicle Project
there was a divine council. well, let me back up.
the first verse that talks about the adam, says adam was made male and female, in the image of elohim (plural)
some have assumed this meant this particular version of adam was a hermaphrodite, but that can't be right, because it says, let us make THEM -- not,
let us make him/her/it. so it was more than one adam.
so the next argument is well there were a whole bunch of male adam running around. but there's no evidence of that, however, there is evidence that
adam was a race of males and females, made in the image of elohim. this is further backed up by the verses relating to eve. eve was given the name
eve, AFTER she had become a mother. because her name shows up early on, seems to suggest that she was already eve, but this is not the case. the
male adam doesn't give her that name till she's procreating. this means that the eve were female adam who were differentiated from the prior
female adam, in that they could procreate. which is the fall narrative
more hints arise when you see that the text threatens her with pain in childbirth, as if she was aware of the process of making new adam, but not
having pain associated with it before then (cloning perhaps? doesn't hurt).
furthermore, it's my theory that because moses wrote the pentateuch (first 5 books of the old testament), and because he was raised in pharaoh
ahmose's house and his real mom was his nanny, that he most likely knew the creation account from both the egyptian and mesopotamian viewpoints.
this means he likely knew the name of god in egyptian parlance, as atum. i believe atum and adam are both plural words, even though atum is talked
about as a singular in egyptian texts, and i'll explain why:
following the black sea flood, noah's descendants spread out over the near, far and middle east, as well as the mountains of russia and parts of
europe. some of them settled egypt (ham), and others settled ethiopia (cush). these two areas, defined the northernmost and southernmost borders of
egypt at the time. they brought the mesopotamian account of the preflood world, to egypt, with them. over time, the accounts had local spelling
and language variants added, however, moses must have recognized they were the same accounts as his mom told him, because there are just so many clues
that he did. however, here's where it gets really interesting --
if you check the first name on the sumerian king's list, you find the name Alulim. i believe that is the equivalent of Elohim and furthermore i
believe it is the equivalent of adam / atum. moses, when telling the story, chose to use the later hebrew word for elohim, and the newer egyptian
word, for the clones of the elohim but these are all the same thing. in other words, the creation was named after its creators. adam/atum =
elohim/alulim. (side note: jesus referred to himself as rhe second adam)
now for the divine council. many varied races on this planet, can not only be accounted for by adaptive environmental requirements (more or less
melanin). for example, mongoloid features. there's nothing specifically inherent to the far eastern climate that would result in the mongoloid
features of the chinese people. so theoretically, they could be the result of one of the engineered races of the divine council. that is, provided it
was 3d body appearance that was copied