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Posted on Saturday, August 18 - 2007


Information about Sumerian Gods and Goddesses is found on the Sumerian King List as well as Sumerian clay tablets and cylinder seals. The Sumerian King List records all the rulers of Earth back over 400,000 years. This huge stretch of time coupled with reigns into the thousands of years has caused most historians to reject its accuracy. However all the early rulers were allegedly gods - demi-gods or immortals. These Gods were called the Nephilim - Nefilim - Elohim - Annunaki meaning "Those who from Heaven to Earth came." In Sumerian Mythology they were a pantheon of good and evil gods and goddesses who came to Earth to create the human race. According to the some resources, these gods came from Nibiru - 'Planet of the Crossing.' The Assyrians and Babylonians called it 'Marduk', after their chief god. Sumerians said one year on planet Nibiru, a sar, was equivalent in time to 3600 Earth years. Annunaki lifespans were 120 sars which is 120 x 3600 or 432,000 years. According to the King List - 120 sars had passed from the time the Annunaki arrived on Earth to the time of the Flood.

The Annunaki are sometimes depicted as humanoid. At other times they are bird-headed with wings [Symbology - evolution of consciousness - return to higher frequency of thought - alchemy]. Often they are Reptilian in appearance especially when depicted as warriors - [Reptilian Symbology - snake - dragons - reptiles = DNA - creation of the human bi-polar experiment.] Sometimes they are shown as a combination of several types of entities. All is myth, math, and metaphor, so look for the clues in every set of gods you read about, as they all follow the same patterns that repeat in cycles or loops called Time. The patterns of their battles reflect reality as duality and are found within every pantheon of gods - the same characters playing different roles. A Sumerian tablet shows Enmeduranki, a prince in Sippar, who was well loved by Anu, Enlil and Ea. Shamash, a priest in the Bright Temple, appointed him then took him to the assembly of the gods...

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Posted on Friday, August 25 - 2006

Ishtar: Ancient Goddess of Love and War

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Ishtar was the goddess of love and war to the ancient Babylonians. This same goddess was also worshiped throughout the Near East and Mediterranean worlds from the beginning of recorded history until the predominance of Christianity.Her name varied from place to place, but it was the same goddess who was known as Inanna, Innin, Astarte, Ashtar, and Aphrodite among other names. Ishtar first arose among the Sumerians sometime in the third millennium.They created an entire pantheon of gods who were like humans - only better. The gods of Sumer reflected the general pessimism of the Sumerians, but also their belief that the human mind could divine the minds of gods by observing perceivedsupernatural activity. The Sumerians' views were a major influence on their contemporaries (especially the early Semites) as well as on their successors, the Babylonians.

They also influenced the Hittites, Assyrians, Elamites, and those living in Palestine. Certain Sumerian gods made the leap to Greece and later to Rome, and Ishtar was such a deity. She became Aphrodite to the Greeks. They stripped her of her war-making aspect and focused almost solely on her nature as goddess of love (especially sexual) and beauty. From the Greeks, the Romans adopted this goddess as their own under the name of Venus. All forms of Ishtar under all of their different names were associated with the planet we now know as Venus and which was first known as the morning and evening stars. Thus we are able to see how the worship of this goddess has reached across the void oftime and touched us in some small way.
Ishtar was born in Sumer in very ancient times. She did not start out with all of the traits which made her such a great and powerful goddess. In fact, many scholars believe that this goddess began as a simple Neolithic fertility goddess. Ishtar gradually usurped many of the functions of the Mother Goddess, Ninhursag, and even took her place as Anu's spouse. Anu was the king of the Sumerian gods at this time and Ninhursag was his original wife. She continued to absorb what had been functions of preceding goddesses until the name Ishtar came to mean "goddess". She was the supreme female deity in the pantheons of most of the civilizations in the Near East. Ishtar became goddess of love, fertility, passion, and war. She was Lady of Battle and Queen of Heaven. In fact, Ishtar may have been the most ambitious goddessever di......

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Posted on Tuesday, June 06 - 2006

By Jason Colavito 2001 Jason Colavito.

INTRODUCTION: In October of 1996 Sir Laurence Gardner, the Histographer Royal to the house of Stewart and a prominent sovereign and chivalric genealogist, produced a powerful and sometimes persuasive volume tracing the lineage of Stewarts back to the alleged children of Jesus. In Bloodline of the Holy Grail, he had claimed that Christ married Mary Magdeline and argued that their children carried the royal blood of the House of David; therefore, anyone descending from these people had the blessing of divine powers to rule. A year ago, he continued his quest for the ultimate origins of Jesus, and he made controversial claims that stretch the power of imagination and slip into the dangerous realm of extraterrestrial visitation. In Genesis of the Grail Kings, Gardner claims evidence that the royal bloodline descends ultimately from the Biblical Cain, whose sons were of extraterrestrial persuasion. Gardner spoke about them in a speech:

"They were the true Sons of the Gods, who were fed firstly on Anunnaki Star Fire from about 3800 BC and, subsequently, on 'high-spin' metal supplements from about 2000 BC. In short, they were bred to be leaders of humankind, and they were both mentally and physically maintained in the 'highward' state: the ultimate dimension of the missing 44 per cent -- the dimension of the Orbit of Light, or the Plane of Sharon."

THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE: The meaning of those enigmatic statements will become plain soon enough. Gardner develops his thesis with almost encyclopedic detail. Gardner's treatise runs 316 pages, but the argument is available as an on-line lecture, and it is from this that we shall quote Gardner in his own words. He informs the audience that "Genesis of the Grail Kings concentrates on Old Testament times, particularly on the early stories from the books of Genesis and Exodus."...

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Posted on Saturday, February 18 - 2006

In ancient days when legend and myth were placed at the border of reality often signifying an intangible truth, there is one story that stands alone hidden deep in the archives of historical obscurity. It is seldom present in the popular literature of the great epics of old like the Odyssey, Hercules, Helen of Troy and so forth; nor has it ever received considerable recognition as one of the great classics locked into the confines of an in-dept study for future literary expeditions. Yet beneath it's structure lies a mystery, or perhaps, more of an aberrant narrative that intertwines with so many other epics of it's time that one would become confused as to interpret who this person really is.

This article is written to shed a light on the saga of the mysterious, but fascinating queen Semiramis, the ancient effigy of the Assyrian empire. Famed for her beauty, strength, wisdom, voluptuousness, and alluring power, she is said to have built Babylon with its hanging gardens, erect many other cities, conquer Egypt and much of Asia including Ethiopia, execute war against the Medes and Chaldeans; which eventually lead to an unsuccessful attack on India where she nearly lost her life. As G.J. Whyfe-Melville states in his novel of Sarchedon: A Legend of the Great Queen, "She was beautiful no doubt, in the nameless beauty that wins, no less than in the lofty beauty that compels. Her form was matchless in symmetry, so that her every gesture, in the saddle or on the throne, was womanly, dignified, and graceful, while each dress she wore, from royal robe and jeweled tiara to steel breast-plate and golden headpiece, seemed that in which she looked her best. With a man's strength of body, she possessed more than a man's power of mind and force of will.

A shrewd observer would have detected in those bright eyes, despite their thick lashes and loving glance, the genius that can command an army and found an empire; in that delicate, exquisitely chiseled face, the lines that tell of tameless pride and unbending resolution; in the full curves of that rosy mouth, in the clean-cut jaw and prominence of the beautifully molded chin, a cold recklessness that could harden on occasion to pitiless cruelty - stern, impracticable, immovable as fate.?" She built such an inuring reputation that queen Margaret of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway (1353-1412 A.D.) And Catherine II the Great of Russia (1729-1796) were both labeled as the Semiramis of the North...

The only complete significant documentation that I found intact about Semiramis is recorded in the historical writings of Diodorus Siculus (Library of History), a Greek historian about the same time as Julius Caesar. Although he is listed in the category of an elute expert on ancient history, many scholars have come to the conclusion that much of his writings, especially those of the narratives of Semiramis, are plagiarized and based on historical legends colored with elaborations of thought and disguised fantasies, and therefore cannot be recognized as existential tangible truth or fact....

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