World History, Humans and the Matrix Through the Lens of Legends – Part 7

In part 6 we covered the time after the third flood, the Aryans who settled down as The Tuatha Dé Danann, to later become part of the Irish, Scottish, English and southern France. How they built Avebury, Newgrange, and Stonehenge among other monuments and ceremonial sites. We also saw the rise of Druids and animal sacrifice was yet again accompanied by human sacrifice. Meanwhile, the sea-faring Nordic Tribe of Dan moved to Western Europe and to the Middle-East, establishing the Silk Road while also constructing sites of sacrifice and burial such as Monte d’Accoddi and the Varna Necropolis – the first historical site with gold artifacts hinting at Sun (Saturn) worship. And that takes us to the first ‘real’ cultures and what is called the ‘cradle of civilization,’ the Sumerians.

Around 4000 BC, the descendants of the reptilian Anunnaki from Atlantis settled down at the Persian Gulf with the vision to re-establish a new kingdom after their victory over the Draco in ‘the war of the gods,’ their former reptilian overlords. As they settle, the first city of Nippur takes form, located very close to the 33rd parallel. The construction of Nippur is seen as the start of ‘official’ history and the first real sign of civilization and culture, as we see some of the hallmarks of society develop over the coming thousands of years, such as advanced writing systems, contracts and trading, astrology, art, calendars, maps, transport with wheels, schools, sewer and irrigation systems, sports and musical instruments. Legends about giants as the first men are formed, and the zodiac sign of the Taurus becomes the sign of the Beast from the Earth, the Titans, the elite men/giants who led a rebellion against the Gods.

The Sumerians believed that the universe had come into being through a series of cosmic births. First, Nammu, the primeval waters, gave birth to Ki (the earth mother) and Anu (the sky father, Anunnaki,) who mated together and produced a son named Enlil. Enlil separated heaven from earth and claimed the earth as his domain. Anu and Ki then had another son, Enki.

In Sumerian culture, Lucifer becomes the serpent god Enki (God of water, knowledge, crafts, creation, intelligence, trickery, magic, exorcism, healing, virility, fertility, art, and the underworld.)
Enki is depicted with a horned crown, bathing in the waters of Abzu (the Abyss) with two wavy snakes (representing energy and reptilian DNA/heritage,) and with upward swimming carp fishes. In Sumer, the Abzu/Abyss is where the sun (son) rises. It’s the fountain of youth, located between the two mountains, the twin peaks/pillars where the ark landed, as in the Fallen Angels with Lucifer arriving at Mount Hermon. This fountain of youth, this water, becomes the concept of ‘Holy water,’ which is later found in all of the three monotheistic religions.

Enki’s wife is Ninhursag, mother goddess of the mountains and the earliest known nurturing and fertility goddess. She was the Lady of Life who together with Enki birthed the first (white) earthlings – the giants/demigods who meddled with human DNA.
Enki was accompanied with his divine attendant, the two-faced Isimud, who later became synonymous with the two-headed eagle, a symbol used in heraldry in the concept of an empire, and the two-faced Roman God/deity Janus of January.

The younger demigods who rebelled and caused the flood, as in Jupiter, becomes the Sumerian sky and earth God Enlil/Elil, associated with wind, air, earth, storms and flooding. Enlil’s primary center of worship was the Ekur temple in the city of Nippur, which was believed to have been built by Enlil himself (the Anunnaki descendants.)

Cities are built around pyramid-shaped temples of worship and sacrifice, symbolic of the new society structure which is built like a pyramid with the hybrid priests on the top, the shepherds of the sheep, the mediators between the humans and the divine. This same pyramid structure of power has been prevalent throughout history for both societies and corporations.
The priest class controls the food supply by withholding meat for the upper-class and serving barley-, wheat- and millet-based goods to the lower-class to keep the them weak and docile, but fed enough to work. They make sure that slaves and animals are fatten-up before they are sacrificed. Virgins are sacrificed at harvest, when sun moves into Virgo.

Women are forced into “sacred prostitution” at temples, houses of nighttime pleasure, recreating the sacred Saturn-Venus, beast-beauty, snake-Eve ritual. Men visit the women for purification and salvation. The hybrid priests can rape women as they wish; they have sexual access to any woman before the husband (the ritual of defloration, the ‘right of the first night’ of the Lord, as in Saturn raping Venus.) The red ribbon, the knot of Isis, becomes the sign of marriage with Saturn.

The priests wear a hat/headband shaped as the Saturnian ring, and a beard resembling the crescent moon/horn. They were usually depicted with a staff with circling snakes, symbolic of reptile DNA, also representative as a cane, as in Quain/Cain.

In Sumer, Enlil and his sons order the construction of a new city, Uruk. It is irrigated by an elaborate canal system and with distinctive ziggurats (tower-like stepped pyramid-shaped temples, connecting the heaven and earth) used for sacrifice – especially the Anu Ziggurat, located in the western area of the city center, dedicated to the sky god Anu.
As part of the moon-cult of Inanna/lshtar, queen of the night, goddess of fertility, a red temple is built (called ‘kakum’,) next to the district dedicated to Anu.
At the kakum, all the wheat reserves are kept. All farmers were given clay tokens for their wheat as the one of first use of ‘money.’ In later years the tokens were replaced by coins (where gold came to represent the Sun/Saturn, silver represent the moon, and bronze the earth, like wheat.)

All-in-all, the Anunnaki descendants built 7 cities in Sumer, so the land of Sumer became the land of 7 cities associated with 7 demigods called the Abgal, also cited as the seven Sumerian wise men who attended to the god Enki. The Abgal are portrayed as half fish, half human and/or with bird-like heads (the use of bird heads like the owl and the eagle will become more important later on in history, especially in the Egyptian and Roman empires.)

At around 3600 BC, the ancient Semitic thalassocratic civilization of giants called the Phoenicia, originating from the Levant region (modern Lebanon,) built neolithic complexes on Malta (known as the Megalithic Temples of Malta.) Among these are the megalithic temple complex called Ħaġar Qim, a temple used for animal sacrifice, and the Ġgantija used in fertility rites.
Ħaġar Qim and the other temples contains trilithons, snake pits and an oracle room for brainwave entrainment where the ceiling serves as a wave guide, causing echoes that are felt throughout the whole body. These rooms have a strong acoustic resonance of 70 Hz, the alleged frequency of 4D astral projection, and 114 Hz, a frequency that makes the brain shift from left to right dominance. As one of the last matriarchal societies, the Phoenicia worshipped the queen bee and the temples were built to the resemblance of beehives.

Around 3100 BC, the Druids in Germany, the ‘men of the oak trees,’ has now developed a culture with ornaments of gold and amber (as mentioned in part 6.)
Like the Sumerians, and later the Babylonians, the Druids perform sacrifice rituals at Bel-thane on May 1st, May Day, like the burning of children in the belly of a huge wooden wicker man.

Before the beginning of kingship in Sumer, the city-states were effectively ruled by these theocratic priests for thousands of years. This changed around 2900 BC with Gilgamesh, although the priest class continued to exert great influence, especially in rituals, sacrifice, and other occult and religious matters.

Gilgamesh (2900–2700 BC,) a hybrid offspring from the Anunnaki and humans and king of Uruk (modern-day Warka, Iraq) becomes the archetype of the Orion/Aryan hero overpowering a lion (as he is depicted.) As he rules Sumer, the new tradition of Kingship being inherited through Quain/Cain/kinship is introduced, as in being of the ‘sky people’ who have royal blue blood, red or blonde hair, and reptilian features. This also led to the classification of some animals with blue blood (copper rich hemocyanin,) as being considered aristocratic and divine, related to Venus, such as the horseshoe crabs, snails, octopuses, squids, spiders and scorpions. Especially the snail and scorpion were held in high regard as they have an armor-shell and bodies showing the golden ratio (and so does ants and honey bees, animals of a collective, of a hive-mind.)

Before Gilgamesh, Sumerian mythology was passed down through oral tradition until he invented writing, hence the Epic of Gilgamesh – an epic poem written in a series of clay tablets.

Being half reptilian, the king, and the priests of the king, must absorb nutrients through the skin and are thus anointed with oil made from the fat of reptilian animals. The oil is labelled as ‘holy oil’ and called ‘messeh.’ The anointed priest-kings thus becomes Messiahs. We later see this ‘holy oil’ in Egypt, as in the ‘fat of the crocodile’ and in most religions throughout the rest of history.

We will continue with the Sumerian culture, and the rise of the Egyptian culture, in the next part.

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