Friday, May 4, 2012

Dinosaurs and Angels IV

It is accepted  by many that the dinosaurs or titans lived millions of years ago.  Can it be accepted that man lived millions of years ago also?  Could it be that there were men/women living eons ago--men/women who resembled modern mankind?   Has archaeological/anthropological evidence been found to support such an hypothesis/idea?  Have you ever seen a crop of mummy wheat?

Alas!  The answer to all of the above questions must be yes, mostly.  Joseph Farrell says that men who lived during epochs now long forgotten were not the same as "humans" today, though they looked like us.  Farrell calls them "genetic cousins."  Men living in the deep past were not the same as you and me.  There were "humans" living contemporaneously with the titans.  These "humans" were the angels, of course.  Their DNA is somewhat like ours, hence their relationship to us as "cousins."

Scripture appears to corroborate this view in chapter 6 of the Book of Genesis.  The "sons of God" or Elohim came down to the earth and took for themselves wives from among the daughters of men.  From this unsanctioned union between two genuses of men came the "giants," the "men of renown."  These guys had six fingers on each hand, six toes on each foot (and two rows of teeth, from what I've heard).  The smaller giants were about nine feet tall: Goliath was the youngest of five brothers and was also the shortest: about nine feet tall.  Not all of these heroes of old were actual giants though.

In Genesis 1, "God" made man in his image--"he" created them male and female (Genesis 1:27).  "God" here means the sons of God.  Thus the Sumerian account of the Anunnaki (the gods) coming to earth to genetically engineer man--through the combination of their own DNA with the DNA of a homonid called Homo Erectus.  For the sons of God were gods (angels).  These humans were told by "God" to "multiply, and replenish the earth..." (Gen. 1:28)  So previous humans walked the earth.  What happened to them?  Most likely they were fallen angels who had established their own civilization on the earth--but became corrupt to the point that God or Elohim was moved to destroy their civilization.  And maybe they themselves were cast into hel (Norse spelling, from which we get "hell") or sheol.

Before the fallen angels built their megalithic structures on the earth, there was an even earlier civilization: that of the Titans or Dracos (dinosaurs).  These Dracos were the original inhabitants of the earth.  The first war in the heavens was between them and the sons of God who came to take over the earth for themselves.  They were the Anunnaki (Sumerian) or the Ennead (Egyptian).  They were the children of Anu (Sumerian) or Ra (Egyptian) or YHWH (Hebrew).  Ra or Anu was/is the Creator.  He is a spirit.  He is called the "Father" in the Bible.

The leader of the Anunnaki or Elohim waging war with the dinosaurs was an individual named Enki (which may mean "Lord of the earth," according to Wikipedia), who can be equated with Lucifer--which means Light Bearer.  So Lucifer is more of a title.  He was a part of God--that is, he was part of the divine council.  Anyway, he and the sons of God under him defeated the Dracos or dinosaurs.  Something interesting is that Enki or Lucifer and the Anunaki under him were the seraphim: the fiery serpents (reptilians): the "nahash" in the original Hebrew version of the Garden in Eden story.  (Angels do not have wings, not in the organic sense.  But rather their wings materialize at will, when they need them.)  They fought against the Titans (dinosaurs), who were led by Leviathan or "the great dragon...that old serpent" (Revelation 12:9), who lived in the abyss or the deep.  The latter were killed off of course.

Lucifer brought light to the world.  Could Genesis 1:3 be saying that?:"And God said, Let there be light: and there was light."  However, Lucifer or Enki turned against the God--attempting to usurp the Creator's position as supreme God--attempting to disrupt the order that was right (righteous)--thinking now that he should be in the place of YHWH (Anu or Ra).  So he was ousted from the divine council. 

Where was Jesus in all of this?  From what I can tell, he isn't mentioned anywhere in the Cuneiform tablets.  Well, Jesus came from God, as John 16:28 says, "I came forth from the Father, and am come into the world..."  He is the image of the Father.  John calls Jesus "the Word" (John 1).  That means that the Father spoke all things into existence.  Everything created vibrates at a frequency: all created things are sound, in other words.  Many things vibrate at a frequency that we cannot see, such as beings from other dimensions.  (In his comic book mini-series "Final Crisis," Grant Morrison (ably assisted by artists J. G. Jones et al) had Superman (a cypher for Jesus) sing an "aria" in order to save the multiverse.) The Creator was not involved in the first "war in heaven."   Therefore the one we know today as Jesus did not take part in this war.  The Egyptian God named Toth or Tehuti--whose Sumerian equivalent was Abzu (fresh or spring water from deep under the earth)--bears resemblance to the Son.  Toth, along with his wife Ma'at--whose Sumerian equivalent is Tiamat (primeval salt water) and who in turn bears resemblance to the Holy Spirit--created the Ennead (the sons of God or the younger Gods.  For it says in John 1:3 that all things were created by him, and without him was not anything created--this visible, material realm--that was created.  Ma'at represents truth, and Toth is the embodiment of truth: the application of truth, which is wisdom.  It is said that Enki slew the Apsu and from the latter's clay formed man.  You can see echoes of this in the Genesis creation account, however untrue the former allegory is--and thus true the Garden in Eden story is, it being a mingling of the literal and the symbolic.       

What about Satan?  Satan means "adversary"--it is more of a title than a name.  Now Enki had a son named "Marduk."  Enki being the father of Marduk could mean that Marduk is the one whom we know as Satan today.  For Satan came into existence--in the sense that an individual (Marduk) became the adversary--after Lucifer's or Enki's rebellion.  But before he became Satan, it may have been Marduk who was the Creator's instrument for putting down Enki's rebellion: the former destroyed Tiamat, from which the earth was formed and which was ruled by Enki or Lucifer.  After the destruction that was wrought throughout our solar system--"And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep." (Genesis 1:2)  Lucifer decided to bring light into the world--light is energy is matter.  He was defeated, but he decided to create man on the earth, which had come out of Tiamat or Rahab.  The first "men"--Sasquatch, Neanderthals, maybe even Cro-magnons and others--to be his slaves.  Ra (YHWH) is spoken of as creating man from his tears and sweat.  This has to be a metaphor for the most High being affected by the plight of Adam and Eve after they sinned (each engaging in sex with the serpent--the Tree of Life symbolic of the God and the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil symbolic of the other God, Satan--since the serpent was a hermaphrodite).  The Father was deeply moved by the fall of man into sinfulness; though he was not directly involved in their creation--through the Son (Yeshua or Jehovah: note the similarity) he created them--he nonetheless was grieved for their fallen condition.  Thus the prophecy in Gen. 3:15 that says that through the seed of the woman--the image of YHWH incarnated--we could be redeemed.  In this sense you could say that Jesus Christ and Lucifer (Enki) were brothers.  Both were involved in the two main creations of man: Lucifer in Gen. 1 and Jesus in Gen. 2.  Jesus is the Morning Star, and you could say that Lucifer is a Morning Star: witness what Job 38:7 says: "When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy?" 

Now then Marduk became filled with pride (Ezekiel 28), which resulted in him becoming Satan--and most likely made man (created by Lucifer or Enki) his slaves.  Verse 16 says, "therefore I will cast thee as profane out of the mountain of God: and I will destroy thee, O covering cherub..."  (That is speaking of the future, for Satan still has access to the third heaven--where the Father dwells--as witnessed by Job 1.)  In Luke 10:18 we have this about Jesus: "And he said unto them, I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven."  This quote sounds like Jesus was an observer.  Who was it that cast down Marduk or Satan?  Perhaps Michael?  (His name meaning "the likeness of God.)  That's why the Sumerian accounts cannot be trusted.  They don't provide us the full story.  Moses, in composing the Torah (the first five books of the Old Testament), set things right.  He was a renowned prince of Egypt and had access to the great, secluded historical/esoteric papyri--much of which was sourced from the Sumerian texts.

Enki may have created the first man, but it was the "Lord God" who made Adam and Eve (in Gen. 2).  Now it appears that we have the Creator, expressed through the Son or the Word--for YHWH is "ineffable"--getting directly involved in the creation of Adamic man.  Adam and Eve would be the final creation of man on earth--through whom the Messiah would be born--through the woman's seed that is.  (Of course it would be through the line of Seth, for Caine murdered Abel.  And Caine was the son of the serpent: a reptilian creature (possessed by Satan?).  Lucifer turns good into evil and evil into good: in the corrupted Egyptian cosmogony Osiris (Lucifer) is killed by Set (Seth).  (By the way, the antediluvian civilization in Egypt was known as "Osirian."  The first story in my comic "The Sunsaints" is a "fantasy" story that takes place in the days of this Osirian civilization in the Mediterranean.) 

What of the sons of God who came down to take wives from among the daughters of men?  They must be other members of the Anunnaki or the Ennead or the Elohim.  They are named in the Book of Enoch: "Azazel" being one name. 

What of Nibiru?  It may be a space battle-station (sort of like the Deathstar from the Starwars films and comics and novels) that is working its way back into the solar system.  Apparently, the Sumerian city of Nippur was named for Nibiru.    

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