777 Ancient Morpheme of Thoughts 1 777


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What you see is what you Get

What you eat is what you Become

“From the Head of One flowed 4 Rivers”

3500 BC…Old and New Testaments of Kings…2000 AD

The First Manger Ancient Mesopotamian

The Second Manger Ancient Indus River Valley

lugal-e e2 mu-un-du3 “the king built the temple”
lugal i3-tuš “the king sat down”
nin-e in-tud-en “the queen bore me”
nin i3-tuš “the queen sat down”

” But the king may kill him, the king may grant him his life. But he shall not approach the king.”

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Light Matter Interaction—Past Events

Animism the Mistress the Second Woman to birth a Virgin son in the manger in the Cradles of Civilization.  Who grew up to become a Priest/King that gave a soul to plants and inanimate objects a supernatural power that organizes and animates the material world.

In the Cradle of Mesopotamian cultures came the paradoxical flotillas of mythological gods that trivialized the sexual proclivities and violence of the men that they created out of clay.  (ref: Iron Man)

The Mistress Animism created her chaos and confusion in the nether world and returned to the surface.  The winds of Time and Space furled her sails and pointed her eyes to the East across the Zygros Mountains across the wilderness, across the The Karakoram Mountains to relocate herself in the city of  Harappa ( 2600- 1300 BC).   She was in a mature form at that time.

It must be noted that before the Mistress left Ancient Mesopotamia, she had two daughters, one went to the Nile and the other one went to the Tiber river the youngest of the Daughters.  They each bare sons who grew up to be kings.

A Woman with two daughters is well played out in the Ancients.


The Second Manger Ancient Indus River Valley

3300-1300 BC

Divine Order and Divine Evil in the Tamil Tale of Rama

The peoples of the Indus Valley civilization tried to counter the paradoxical problem of evil in the world. For theistic consternation’s why must their god suffer for mans evil? Two fraternal thoughts came out of this valley.

  1. The Vedas image of ones creation was one of sacrifice (Ancient Mesopotamia). Life was won only out of violence the bond between life and death’
  2. The Upanishads image of ones creator was one of Absolute reunification with the source of life. If life was a sacrifice one could only survive by devouring other living beings. They figured the opposite side of the thought held water. One should renounce death and find perfection in the release of what they call, moksa (cycle of rebirth).

If one could deny life one would not have to confront death.  Reunification to the Absolute became one powerful thought which most Indians live by to this day. This ideology was directed at the common person living a mundane life.   

In the classical sense of the Hindu.  Morality becomes associated with what is called, *dharma which has no determinable definition in the concept of universal order.

*Dharma the inherent nature of reality regarding the underlying right behavior and social order.

The problem with Dharma it demands order, kings to be involved with killing, farmers who kill living creatures and destroying the earth to produce food and the untouchables to clear away the defecation’s of society,  Now you have just effectively enslaved the common person to a caste system which is inherent in any religion.  The human sense of evil and suffering is explained as a product of ignorance which evil has no part of God.

Now you are setting the stage for the educators (priest/kings) to teach you about your ignorance of evil.  In contemporary Indian religion they are called, pujari or archaka.
Order is like sitting at the tables of  religion and ordering a coke and a bologna sandwich with all the condiments.
Thoughts have a structure to them that are absolute with the framework of mathematical data concerning cause and effect, dealing with behavioral outputs.  When you order something your guessing on what it taste’s like.  In the realm of Good or Evil as you mature your taste buds change.
This is a plagiarized thought from the Ancient Semitic cultures of priests/kings.  To deny ones life to serve the gods is to deny death.  This is also a contemporary thought that flows out of the New Testament from King James.  Servitude to the church is to deny ones life.  You deny the reality of death.  You gain eternal life.
“From the Head of One flowed 4 Rivers”

The First Manger Ancient Mesopotamian

The Second Manger Ancient Indus River Valley

You have two rivers of thoughts, blood, that flowed from the head of one, the blood of the common person, the slave, who built the temple’s the barns for the cattle and the sheep to feed in.  There is still one more river to be seen and one that only a few will ever see in my lifetime.

But for the time being we will look at the swaddling that covers the thought lying (no pun intended) in the manger around the Indus River Valley (3300-1300 BC)


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.

Father Give Me Shelter



3 thoughts on “777 Ancient Morpheme of Thoughts 1 777

  1. The enslavement of thoughts from the material universe. Imprisoned by the walls of the mundane life, no life. Controlling the masses for the imaginary life of the so called educators. (governments,religions) denying the right to live as intended. the·obscurity he-gave in·heart-of·them, no man can find out the work that He maketh from the beginning onto termination?


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