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"Let it be pure as the Heavens, let it be clean as the Earth, let it be shining as the Middle of Heaven!"
The first word kug was written by a sign "a silver plate” and meant "pure" In spells kug symbolizes that area of the world which god An managed - that is, area of the high world of stars
The second part of an epithet sikil "clean" was represented by sign with meaning "girl" and was compared to the Earth and the Nether world.
The third part dadag "shining" was represented by sign "two suns" and was compared to the heavenly arch on which the Moon, the Sun and planets constantly make their ways.
All formula looks like a triangle in which the third member counter balanced opposite position of two previous.
The Rituals of Water Consecration in Sumerian Texts
Išhara is both illness- and cure-bestowed goddess; it also seems that a number of attributes such as underground, plant, mountain, river, spring, queen of oath, sexuality, propagation, cursing, and making purification from the harmful things are given to this goddess.
The statue of Išḫara in the city Nerissa had the form of a girl and it was decorated with garments, gold and silver As a goddess of Love and sexuality Išḫara belongs to the group of young goddesses, and therefore she bears the Hurrian epithet šiduru = girl.
And he had in his right hand seven stars: and out of his mouth went a sharp two edged sword: and his countenance was as the sun shineth in his strength.
Nance has placed a mighty symbol in your hand, Hendursaja. The divine mother Nance speaks confidentially with you. She has made the crook and sceptre for its plans flourish in a pure place
Chief herald, lord Hendursaja: after Enki had had intercourse with ..., he destined the seven sons that she had borne to him, those seven sons of a crab, for the starvation of heaven; he placed them by at your behest, for the crushing of the people of earth
Psa 82:1 A Psalm of Asaph. God takes his stand in the divine assembly; among the divine beings he renders judgment: Psa 82:2 "How long will you judge partially by showing favor on the wicked? Interlude. Psa 82:3 "Defend the poor and the fatherless. Vindicate the afflicted and the poor. Psa 82:4 Rescue the poor and the needy, delivering them from the power of the wicked. Psa 82:5 They neither know nor understand; they walk about in the dark while all the foundations of the earth are shaken. Psa 82:6 "Indeed I said, 'You are gods, and all of you are sons of the Most High. Psa 82:7 However, as all human beings do, you will die, and like other rulers, you will fall.' Psa 82:8 Arise, God, to judge the earth, for all nations belong to you.
originally posted by: Kantzveldt
I was recently engaged in a discussion with a couple of very intriguing Angels
She is concerned for the orphan and concerned for the widow. She does not forget the man who helps others, she is a mother for the orphan; Nance, a carer for the widow, who always finds advice for the debt-slave; the lady who gives protection for refugees. She seeks out a place for the weak. She swells his collecting basket for him; she makes his collecting vessel profitable for him. For the righteous maiden who has taken her path, Nance chooses a young man of means. Nance raises a secure house like a roof over the widow who could not remarry
originally posted by: Raggedyman
I have another belief, far simpler.
Sin was introduced into the world, justice must follow.
Jesus accepted the retribution of our sin, He will return and overthrow the evil single handedly because He loves us
No secrets, no hidden messages, no understandings from angels or new revelations.
Yours sounds very convoluted and mystic, like someone is lying to you, hidden magistrate so to say
This is the truth that was brought out in "thou shalt not make" It seemed to be the biggest and most common sin of the Hebrew's in OT and in many Christian churches of today .
Simple is nice, but I did notice a few consistencies with scripture. For example, totem poles have the oldest ancestor on top . Asherah poles in the Old Testament were similar, a pole with Asherah at the top.