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Thursday, June 26, 2008

Zacarias Sitchin - Traduccion Sumeria

La traduccion aparecera en el proximo Ezine Excellere del mes de Julio 2008.

Dear people :
Zachary Sitchin is the translator who saw the light. He read how some names in the clay tablets were mentioned, and realize they weren't people at all, but objects. What object could maim, fly and be radiant with light ? A celestial object. So he translates with bearing that in mind, and opened the real Genealogy of this planetary system.

This is a nice addition to the Earth Chronicles series by Zecharia Sitchin. I always felt that, after reading The Twelfth Planet, that Sitchin's thesis had the ring of truth about it, not to mention his exhaustive research and references cited. This may not resonate with many people, but recently I had a hour-long session with a well known psychic medium in my area. He has a 5-year waiting list to see him, but through a "friend of a friend" I was able to get a session with him. After telling me many accurate and stunning things about myself, I asked him if he would hold a few books that have been meaningful to me, one of which was The Twelfth Planet. He did not even look at the cover, just took the book between both his hands and hefted it and said, "I think about 90 percent of this is good and true." That confirmed my own feeling about the book, in that I disagree with some minor points Sitchin makes, but on the whole, the book resonates with me as truthful, as does the rest of the books he has written.

Dr. Sasha (Alex) Lessin (a UCLA Anthropology Ph.D.), guides you though Zecharia Sitchin's revolutionary proofs in The Lost Book of Enki, of extraterrestrial miners on Earth from 450,000 years ago.

The ETs, who became the gods of old, were merely people like us--but longer living--with advanced technology.

These "gods" intervened, beginning 300.000 years ago, in our genetic evolution. They grafted their genes into the genome of Homo Erectus (a humanoid species devolved from earlier Homo Sapien settlers of Earth) to create a slave species. They created the slave species--that's us-- to mine for them.

The gods continued intervening in our physical, social, intellectual and consciousness evolution. They conditioned us to a mental matrix of patriarchal hierarchy, violence, obedience and disregard for the consciousness of underlings. Sitchin's work lets us evaluate the ET interventions and transcend the the master-slave mentality they and their successors instilled in us.

Sitchin translates clay scrolls and inscriptions from ancient Sumer and other early civilizations on Earth. He owns the world's largest acknowledged collection of such evidence. Sitchin's Sumerian information frees us from the stranglehold of organized religions, governments and corporations that feed on ignorance of our true origins. Everything changes for us when we realize, thanks to Sitichin’s translations, that the gods of old were merely people like us--but longer living--with more advanced technology.

The Sumerian scrolls record dynastic and atmospheric crises 450,000 years ago on the planet Nibiru--the far-orbiting tenth planet of our solar system. Nibiru came nearest the Sun every 3, 600 years or so until 10, 900 B.C.E. , when Miranda, a moon of Nibiru, hit and tilted Uranus and became one a moon of Uranus. The gravitational pull of Uranus on Nibiru slowed Nibiru's orbit around the Sun to 3,450 Earth-years [Sitchin, Z., 2007, The End of Days, page 316].

Nibirans, people who look like very tall Scandinavians, live millions of years. However, half a million years ago, they desperately needed gold to shield their planet from fatal atmosphere loss. They knew they could get gold on Earth. Sitchin's translations relate how the prospect of Earth's gold first drew Nibiru's great scientist, Prince Enki then his brother Enlil, their sister Ninmah and siblings' children as well as 600 miners and 300 shuttle crewmen, to our planet.

In Africa 300,000 years ago, Enki responded to a mutiny he covertly fomented in the goldmines. He’d replace Nibiran miners with hybrid slaves. He, his sister Ninmah and his son Ningishzidda would splice their genes into the genome for Homo Erectus, a uniquely compassionate primate he'd been studying. The resulting creatures would serve as a slave race to dig the gold. The slaves would tend crops and livestock for the mining expedition complexes in Mesopotamia (Iraq) and for thems...


THIS IS THE WAY TO MISLEAD THE WAY : to believe the names are all refering to People !
In Babylonian mythology, Tiamat is the sea, personified as a goddess, and a monstrous embodiment of primordial chaos.In the Enûma Elish, the Babylonian epic of creation, she gives birth to the first generation of gods; she later makes war upon them and is split in two by the storm-god Marduk, who uses her body to form the heavens and the earth. She was known as Thalatte (as variant of thalassa, the Greek word for "sea") in the Hellenistic Babylonian Berossus' first volume of universal history, and some Akkadian copyists of Enûma Elish slipped and substituted the ordinary word for "sea" for Tiamat, so close was the association.
Etymology of the name
Thorkild Jacobsen and Walter Burkert both argue for a connection with the Akkadian word for sea tâmtu, following an early form ti'amtum. Tiamat can also be derived from the Sumerian ti, "life", and ama, "mother". Burkert continues by making a linguistic connection to Tethys. The later form thalatth he finds to be clearly related to Greek thalassa, "sea". The Babylonian epic Enuma Elish is named for its incipit: "When above" the heavens did not yet exist nor the earth below, Apsu the freshwater ocean was there, "the first, the begetter", and Tiamat, the saltwater sea, "she who bore them all"; they were "mixing their waters". It is thought that female deities are older than male ones in Mesopotamia, and Tiamat may have begun as part of the cult of Nammu, a female principle of a watery creative force, with equally strong connections to the underworld, predating the appearance of Ea-Enki.

This "mixing of the waters" is a natural feature of the middle Persian Gulf, where fresh waters from the Arabian aquifer mix and mingle with the salt waters of the sea. This characteristic is especially true of the region of Bahrain, whose name means in Arabic, "two seas" and which is thought to be the site of Dilmun, the original site of the Sumerian creation.

Tiamat has also been claimed to be also cognate with West Semitic tehom ("the deeps, abyss"), in the Book of Genesis 1.

Tiamat's appearance
Though Tiamat is often described by modern authors as a sea serpent or dragon, no ancient texts exist in which there is a clear association with those kinds of creatures. Though the Enûma Elish specifically states that Tiamat did give birth to dragons and serpents, they are included among a larger and more general list of monsters including scorpion men and merpeople, none of which imply that any of the children resemble the mother or are even limited to aquatic creatures.

Within the Enûma Elish her physical description includes a tail, a thigh, "lower parts" (which shake together), a belly, an udder, ribs, a neck, a head, a skull, eyes, nostrils, a mouth, and lips. She has insides (possibly "entrails"), a heart, arteries, and blood.

The strictly modern depiction of Tiamat as a multi-headed dragon was popularized in the 1970s as a fixture of the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game thanks to earlier sources conflating Tiamat with later mythological characters, such as Lotan.

Apsu (or Abzu, from Sumerian ab = water, zu = far) fathered upon Tiamat the Elder Gods Lahmu and Lahamu (the "muddy"), a title given to the gatekeepers at the Enki Abzu temple in Eridu. Lahmu and Lahamu, in turn, were the parents of the axis or pivot of the heavens (Anshar, from an = heaven, shar = axle or pivot) and the earth (Kishar); Anshar and Kishar were considered to meet on the horizon, becoming thereby the parents of Anu and Ki. Tiamat was the "shining" personification of salt water who roared and smote in the chaos of original creation. She and Apsu filled the cosmic abyss with the primeval waters. She is "Ummu-Hubur who formed all things".

In the myth, ( MYTH !!)
the god Enki (later Ea) believed correctly that Apsu, upset with the chaos they created, was planning to murder the younger gods; and so slew him. This angered Kingu, their son, who reported the event to Tiamat, whereupon she fashioned monsters to battle the gods in order to avenge Apsu's death. These were her own offspring: giant sea serpents, storm demons, fish-men, scorpion-men and many others. Tiamat possessed the Tablets of Destiny, and in the primordial battle she gave them to Kingu, the god she had chosen as her lover and the leader of her host. The Gods gathered in terror, but Anu, (replaced later, first by Enlil and, in the late version that has survived after the First Dynasty of Babylon, by Marduk, the son of Ea), first extracting a promise that he would be revered as "king of the gods", overcame her, armed with the arrows of the winds, a net, a club, and an invincible spear.

And the lord stood upon Tiamat's hinder parts,
And with his merciless club he smashed her skull.
He cut through the channels of her blood,
And he made the North wind bear it away into secret places.
Slicing Tiamat in half, he made from her ribs the vault of heaven and earth. Her weeping eyes became the source of the Tigris and the Euphrates. With the approval of the elder gods, he took from Kingu the Tablets of Destiny, installing himself as the head of the Babylonian pantheon. Kingu was captured and was later slain: his red blood mixed with the red clay of the Earth would make the body of humankind, created to act as the servant of the younger Igigi Gods.

The principal theme of the epic is the justified elevation of Marduk to command over all the gods. "It has long been realized that the Marduk epic, for all its local coloring and probable elaboration by the Babylonian theologians, reflects in substance older Sumerian material," E. A. Speiser remarked in 1942 adding "The exact Sumerian prototype, however, has not turned up so far." Without corroboration in surviving texts, this surmise that the Babylonian version of the story is based upon a modified version of an older epic, in which Enlil, not Marduk, was the god who slew Tiamat, is more recently dismissed as "distinctly improbable", Marduk in fact has no precise Sumerian prototype.

AS YOU NOTED IT : THE OFFICIAL " EXPLANATION" lacks of verosimilitude; it just DON'T MAKES SENSE.

And of course, the priests of those times COULD VERY WELL obscured the real tale ,representing the stars and planets with gods and people; so the tale , for the knowing one, was clear, and for the ignorat - probably the commoners- a vivid tale of wars among gods and men. So they keep on being in the ignorance.



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