In part 7 we covered the beginning of the Sumerian culture as the descendants of the Anunnaki settled in the Persian Gulf and built the first city of Nippur. Over thousands of years, 7 cities were built, and 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. We also covered the origin of ‘Holy water’ and ‘Holy oil,’ as well as the anointed priest-kings of Sumer becoming the first ’Messiahs.’
As Gilgamesh rose to power as the first real king, Kingship inherited through kinship becomes the new tradition, as in being of the ‘sky people’ who have royal blue blood, red or blonde hair, and reptilian features – laying the foundation for marriage among the ‘elites’ within their ‘royal bloodlines’ we’ve seen all through history and that is practiced still today.
At around 2600 BC, the descendants of the Northern Aryan Atlanteans continue to migrate south and into Egypt where they begin to build pyramids as earthly representations of the constellations, with the river Nile representing the Milky Way. The first pyramids were built at Saqqara, northwest of Memphis.
The three pyramids of Giza/Gizeh were built aligned with the three stars of Orion’s belt (worshipped as Osiris,) near the bull of Taurus and the North Star. There are theories that the Giza Plateau functioned as a massive industrial complex, generating energy/electricity used to transmute elements. The first Egyptian pyramid was called the North pyramid, and as far as we know, at least 118 pyramids were built in total, and approximately 80 of them were built within the Kingdom of Kush (modern country of Sudan.)
Some say that the Anunnaki descendants settled in the Nile Valley and built the city of Anu, the city of the Black Sun (later called Heliopolis by the Greek,) as early as around 3400 BC, which then became the kingdom of Kush and Kemet – that a civilization similar to the Sumer developed and it led to the construction of the pyramids. At this stage, the people where simply called the ‘Anu,’ as the name of the city, again referring to the Anunnaki and the Sumerian mythology of sky father Anu, who together with Ki, produced the gods Enlil and Enki.
The Egyptian gods/deity were loosely based on the legends of Atlantis and the war of the gods, and those of the Sumer. The first “family” of the Egyptian gods consisted of Isis, Osiris, Horus and Set — mother, father, and their two rival sons. According to the mythology, Set put out his brother Horus’ eye (the Eye of Horus,) and then dismembered his father Osiris, scattering his body parts across the world. Isis was forced to go searching for her husband’s body parts, locating them all (except the genitalia) and piecing them back together to finally resurrect him.
In different eras of the Egyptian culture, various gods were said to hold the highest position, including the solar deity Ra, the mysterious god Amun, and the mother goddess Isis. The highest deity was usually credited with the creation of the world and often connected with the life-giving power of the sun, going back to sun/Saturn worship.
Later on, the Greek and Roman gods were based on the Egyptian gods.
So, the newly formed civilization of Egypt worshipped the sun in the form of obelisks, as sun dials, and as a representation of the phallus of the sun god. As a remnant of the Atlantean solar religion of their ancestors and the demigods created by the Anunnaki, the Aryan goddess (h)Arya becomes Har/Horus (God of kingship, of the sun and the sky,) and the mind-control technology used by the overlords from the fourth dimension through the pineal gland become the Eye of Horus, which still is worshipped with ‘one eye’ and ‘one-eye pyramid’ symbolism. Celebrities using these signs today simply show that they are controlled, that they merely are actors and puppets on the world stage, serving their overlord masters, the ‘elite,’ the ancient ‘royal bloodlines.’
The part of the brain known as the optic thalamus, involved with visual stimuli and the processing of all sensory modalities (except olfaction/smell,) is said to act as a ‘relay station’ for the pineal gland, and is represented in ancient Egyptian culture through the worship of the scarab beetle, the Khepri. The Khepri, as worshipped as an Egyptian deity, also represented the rising morning sun and, by extension, the creation and the renewal of life.
Rituals and offerings for their gods based on astrology and the seasons emerge as the Egyptian culture evolves. The first rituals revolve around the natural flooding of the river Nile as a result of the yearly monsoon between May and August.
In Egyptian mythology, the first season is Akhet, it is the opening of the gates of the underworld. After the gates has been opened and the Nile begins to flood, it is considered to be caused by the tears of Isis as she mourns the death of Osiris.
This yearly cycle was celebrated by mummification rituals, offerings, passion plays, and parades that re-enacted the death and rebirth of Osiris. The rituals climaxed in a feast that represented the eating of their god as part of the rebirth cycle, which later became the Eucharist, as in thanksgiving, or the Holy Communion and the Lord’s Supper.
Around 2200 BC, the priests of Egypt with their leader Ankhfn Khonsu, as they are descendants of Lucifer and his fallen angels, founds the Royal Court of the Dragon, using the ‘Rose Cross’ and the goat of Mendes as their symbol. It was also known as the Brotherhood of the Snake, headed by the Hyksos pharaohs and later, at around 1300 BC, by Akhenaten (Moses,) which we will get to.
Around 2100 BC, regions like Nepal emerge and the Hindu ancient Sanskrit text of the Vedas take form. In India the sacred holy oil, first used in Sumer, is called Soma and is used in rituals, believed to be an elixir that not only healed illness but also brought great riches.
It is also around this time that the fall of the Sumerian civilization took place. According to legend, Enlil and the other Anunnaki depart.
By 2000 BC, the town of Mycenae in ancient Crete becomes the dominant city in South Greece with the famous Lion Gate, marking the entrance to the fortified citadel of Mycenae. The gate is about 10 feet wide and high, and two lions under a triangle/pyramid are inscribed on a stone above the entrance.
The Phoenicians, the mythical red-haired giants who emigrated from the Levant, founded the city of Thebes in central Greece, and introduced the Phoenician alphabet to the Greeks.
Around 1800 BC, Queen Sobekneferu, the last ruler of the 12th dynasty of Egypt, opened a mystery school to the Phoenician/Scythian kings. As these kings anoint themselves with ‘holy oils,’ the fat of reptiles, of the Dragon, the sacred crocodile, they are referred to as the Great Dragon or King of Kings (Messiah, the anointed one.)
It is also around this time that we see the rise of the Babylonian empire out of the city/capital of Babylon of the old Akkadian empire (the country now known as Iraq.) The Babylonians worship the Anunnaki gods of Sumer. Sumerian fertility goddess Inanna becomes Ishtar (Venus, Egyptian Isis.) The sun god/Saturn was worshiped as Shamash, Mars as Nergal, and Mercury as Nabu.