777 Poor Man Revelations 13/17 777

I had an interesting question come across my eyes this morning. The Christian church has everyone in an uproar that the sky is falling according to Revelations. Contained within the mystical order of the New Testament according to King James.

“And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.”

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Enlil was considered as one of the Mesopotamian gods in the supreme triad, along with Anu (god of the heavens, also known as An) and Enki (god of wisdom and earth)
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Enki (known as Ea in Akkadian and Babylonian mythology), was one of the other important Mesopotamian gods of the supreme triad. Commonly translated as the ‘Lord of the Earth’,
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Marduk was portrayed as the very King of Gods (or even Storm God), draped in royal robes, whose fields of ‘expertise’ ranged from justice, healing to agriculture and magic
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Ishtar (or Inanna in Sumerian) was projected as the female divine entity of beauty, sex, and desire, while at the same time being the symbolic purveyor of war and combat

If you notice the hoot owls either side of Ishtar that is what you call Lilith found only one time in the Old Testament, but accordingly to some theologians she is the first wife of Adam, Eve bless her heart came in second place.

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, Sin was represented as the bull, with the symbol alluding to the resemblance of the waxing moon to the horns of the animal
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The Akkadian god Shamash was probably directly derived from the Sumerian counterpart Utu, with both entities being projected as the god of the sun and divine justice.
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She was often portrayed as the primary scribe of the gods and keeper of both divine and mortal accounts.
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In essence, Ashur, as one of the Mesopotamian gods, rather signified the clash of cultural overtones between the northern and southern parts of Mesopotamia. For example, by Hammurabi’s time, Marduk replaced Enlil as the chief deity of the majority of the southern Mesopotamian lands. Almost as a reactionary process, Ashur took the position of Enlil (and his mythic lineage) in northern Mesopotamia, and this religious shift extended till the period of the Neo-Assyrian Empire. In fact, many of the Assyrian imperial propaganda inscriptions went on to mention how their conquered subjects’ gods have abandoned them, overshadowed by the rising power of Ashur.
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Ninkasi, the ancient Sumerian tutelary goddess of beer (and alcohol).

These wore the 10 horns that Daniel was talking about.  Each city/state worshiped one or more of these 10 gods and they are all gone.  Ninkasi is my favorite only civilized people drink beer of course this meant the gods and goddesses, the Kings and Queens.  The horns of the Babylonian nation.  Fertility was always a virgin female goddesses who gave birth to the kings and sons.

Revelation  17;

And here is the mind which hath wisdom. The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth.

The woman sitteth is the Babylonian Empire the seat of power was Babylon right before its downfall, 539 BC.

The seven heads and the seven mountains are now a short list of the seven major deities at the time.   These are the 7 planetary gods of the time 587 BC.

English Sumerian Babylonian Greek Latin Egyptian Sanskrit
Moon Nanna Sin Selenê Luna Aah or Iah Chandra
Mercury Enki Nabû Hermes Mercurius Sabgu Budha
Venus Inanna Ishtar Aphroditê Venus Ba’ah or
Seba-djai
Sukra
Sun Utu Shamash Helios Sol Aten Surya
Mars Gugulanna Nergal Ares Mars Heru-deshet Mangala
Jupiter Enlil Marduk Zeus Iuppiter Her-wepes-tawy Brhaspati
Saturn Ninurta Ninurta Kronos Saturnus Sani

Inanna was a goddesses with unusual powers she could be a female one moment and a male the next.  This is Lucifer in Isa. 14 which references King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon.

King Cyrus came in around 539 BC and toppled King Nebuchadnezzar and set the Jewish people free from exile.   The Jews were in exile in Babylon from around 598 BC till 539 BC when they were set free.

Cyrus the Great (c. 600 or 576 – 530 BC) figures in the Hebrew Bible as the patron and deliverer of the Jews. He is mentioned 23 times by name and alluded to several times more.

Daniel is purported to be with the Jews when they left Babylon to rebuild the second temple.

Jesus could not have thrown anyone into the pit he was not the saviour of the Exile of the Jews.  History bears me out.   This is why I have always stated stay out of the New Testament because you are not told the truth about the history of the Jewish people.

The Virgin Mary is the Mother Goddesses of the Heavens then who is Jesus the son of the Gods of Babylon would be my guess.   Male gods are always heavenly and female goddess are always the earth fertility.

Revelations is a cosmic journey of payback and political statire

The only thing coming back at the end of your time, is the return to Genesis to the thought that there is only one Father for both male and female children,

Kings own nothing but own everything

Knowledge and Wisdom

 

 

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