777 Ancient Semitic Philosophies Contemporary Thoughts 2 777

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Ancient Semitic Cognitive Thoughts 4000 BC

(city-states)

The Great Flood

In the cosmology of the ancients this is called a chthonic relationship; Chthonic relationship means earth, things that live above or below.

An + Nammu

begets

Enki

Nammu is the mother of heaven and earth. In cosmology and chthonic sexual relationship’s this is known as the immaculate virgin birth of thought.

God + Mary

begets

Jesus

The serpent in the times of the ancients was symbolic of fertility and water. A thought is hard as the seed of a man. When he plants his seed in virgin soil it produces a plant or animal. Ones mind is the Womb of creation, virgin soil that begat’s plants and animals.

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The Great Flood of Thoughts 

Epic of Gilgamesh–Tablet 11- 2100 BC

Gilgamesh observes that Utnapishtim seems no different from himself, and asks him how he obtained his immortality. Utnapishtim explains that the gods decided to send a great flood.  To save Utnapishtim the god Ea told him to build a boat.  He gave him precise dimensions, and it was sealed with pitch and bitumen.  His entire family went aboard together with his craftsmen and “all the animals of the field”.  A violent storm then arose which caused the terrified gods to retreat to the heavens. Ishtar lamented the wholesale destruction of humanity, and the other gods wept beside her.  The storm lasted six days and nights, after which “all the human beings turned to clay”.  Utnapishtim weeps when he sees the destruction. His boat lodges on a mountain, and he releases a dove, a swallow, and a raven.  When the raven fails to return, he opens the ark and frees its inhabitants.  Utnapishtim offers a sacrifice to the gods, who smell the sweet savor and gather around.  Ishtar vows that just as she will never forget the brilliant necklace that hangs around her neck, she will always remember this time. When Enlil arrives, angry that there are survivors, she condemns him for instigating the flood.  Ea also castigates him for sending a disproportionate punishment. Enlil blesses Utnapishtim and his wife, and rewards them with eternal life.

Epic of Atra-Hasis-Tablet 111- 1800 BC

 Atrahasis tells how the god Enki warns the hero Atrahasis (“Extremely Wise”) of Shuruppak, speaking through a reed wall (suggestive of an oracle) to dismantle his house (perhaps to provide a construction site) and build a boat to escape the flood planned by the god Enlil to destroy humankind. The boat is to have a roof “like Apsu” (a subterranean, fresh water realm presided over by the god Enki), upper and lower decks, and to be sealed with bitumen. Atrahasis boards the boat with his family and animals and seals the door. The storm and flood begin. Even the gods are afraid. In tablet III iv, lines 7-9 the words “river” and “riverbank” are used, which probably mean the Euphrates River, because Atrahasis is listed in WB-62 as a ruler of Shuruppak which was on the Euphrates River.

After seven days the flood ends and Atrahasis offers sacrifices to the gods. Enlil is furious with Enki for violating his oath. But Enki denies violating his oath and argues: “I made sure life was preserved.” Enki and Enlil agree on other means for controlling the human population

Chaldean Account of the Great Flood- Tablet 11- 623 BC

  1. the surface of the earth like …. it swept,
  2. it destroyed all life from the face of the earth ….
  3. the strong deluge over the people, reached to heaven.
  4. Brother saw not his brother, they did not know the people. In heaven
  5. the gods feared the tempest and
  6. sought refuge ; they ascended to the heaven of Anu.
  7. The gods like dogs fixed in droves prostrate.
  8. Spake Ishtar like a child,
  9. uttered Rubat her speech :
  10. All to corruption are turned and
  11. then I in the presence of the gods prophesied evil.
  12. As I prophesied in the presence of the gods evil,
  13. to evil were devoted all my people and I pro phesied
  14. thus : I have begotten my people and
  15. like the young of the fishes they fill the sea.
  16. The gods concerning the spirits were weeping with her,
  17. the gods in seats seated in lamentation,
  18. covered were their lips for the coming evil.
  19. Six days and nights
  20. passed, the wind, deluge, and storm, overwhelmed.
  21. On the seventh day in its course was calmed the storm, and all the deluge
  22. which had destroyed like an earthquake,
  23. quieted. The sea he caused to dry, and the wind and deluge ended.
  24. I perceived the sea making a tossing ;
  25. and the whole of mankind turned to corruption,
  26. like reeds the corpses floated.
  27. I opened the window, and the light broke over my face,
  28. it passed. I sat down and wept,
  29. over my face flowed my tears.
  30. I perceived the shore at the boundary of the sea,
  31. for twelve measures the land rose.
  32. To the country of Nizir went the ship;
  33. the mountain of Nizir stopped the ship, and to pass over it it was not able.
  34. The first day, and the second day, the mountain of Nizir the same.
  35. The third day, and the fourth day, the mountain of Nizir the same.
  36. The fifth, and sixth, the mountain of Nizir the same.
  37. On the seventh day in the course of it
  38. I sent forth a dove and it left. The dove went and turned, and
  39. a resting-place it did not find, and it returned.
  40. I sent forth a swallow and it left. The swallow went and turned, and
  41. a resting-place it did not find, and it returned.
  42. I sent forth a raven and it left.
  43. The raven went, arid the decrease of the water it saw, and
  44. it did eat, it swam, and wandered away, and did not return.
  45. I sent the animals forth to the four winds, I poured out a libation,
  46. I built an altar on the peak of the mountain,
  47. by sevens herbs I cut,
  48. at the bottom of them I placed reeds, pines, and simgar.
  49. The gods collected at its savour, the gods collected at its good savour ;
  50. the gods like flies over the sacrifice gathered.
  51. From of old also Rubat in her course
  52. The great brightness of Anu had created. When the glory
  53. of those gods on the charm round my neck I would not leave

The accounts of the Great Flood in the ancient Hebrew texts they follow point by point in all three ancient manuscripts.  The difference being in the Hebrew accounts there is a noticeable absence of cosmic gods and goddesses.  The Chaldean’s were an ethnic Semitic group consisting of the ancient Jewish people who were in exile in the city of Babylon 627 BC.

So it poses a question; What was the Hebrew perspective of the Great Flood?  Your known world circles around you in 360 degrees.  When a thought that you have harbored for along time, an Immaculate Virgin Birth, comes crashing down around you.  Your world becomes flooded in a Sea of  Emotions.  You build an Ark to survive the deluge swirling around you.  You find a safe harbor to find comfort  like a mountain.  A thought becomes a creation, a seed, a rock, a mountain when it stands on life experience and empirical data.

 

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In Quantum mechanics when you collide two thoughts together the resulting explosion begat another thought that is finite to the naked eye. But it carries its own existence and energy a particle of light.

All individuals have a finite particle of Life within them.  Within that containment of Life there exists 3 elements that support your life.

  1. Rule of Law-  “What thought governs you?'”
  2. Economics-  ” Valuation of Life”, does it give me support.
  3. Societal-  An aggregate community of thoughts that provides a safe harbor.

All 3 finite particles are in elliptical orbits separate from each other but rely on each other to sustain life.  In the old manuscripts there are always two images present that you can see, then there a third finite image that is hard to see.  If the thought lied to you, you will never see the third image.

Reality of thoughts exist simultaneously in electromagnetic fields called split waves.

The Great Flood of Cosmic Thoughts

In the cosmology of the ancients this is called a chthonic relationship; Chthonic relationship means earth, things that live above or below.

An + Nammu

begets

Enki

Nammu is the mother of heaven and earth. In cosmology and chthonic sexual relationship’s this is known as the immaculate virgin birth of thought.

God + Mary

begets

Jesus

KINGS OWN NOTHING BUT OWN EVERYTHING

 

5 thoughts on “777 Ancient Semitic Philosophies Contemporary Thoughts 2 777

      1. Just going back into creation, we will never take that last ride, my white horse is going to see what is on the other side of that beautiful door. My grams use to say this, She saw a round bale of hay in the field one day. ” A horse can’t get a square meal anymore”. Food for thought. 🙂

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