777 “Inanna Queen of Heaven and Earth 1 Sets” 777

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Inanna Queen of Heaven and Earth Her stories from Sumer 3000 BC

Creation accounts of the Sumerians

Tree of Life

Gilgamesh fastened his armor of fifty minas around his chest.
The fifty minas weighed as little to him as fifty feathers.
He lifted his bronze ax, the ax of the road,
Weighing seven talents and seven minas, to his shoulder.
He entered Inanna’s holy garden.
Gilgamesh struck the serpent who could not be charmed.
The Anzu-bird flew with his young to the mountains;
And Lilith smashed her home and fled to the wild, uninhabited places.
Gilgamesh then loosened the roots of the huluppu-tree;
And the sons of the city, who accompanied him, cut off the branches.
From the trunk of the tree he carved a throne for his holy sister.
From the trunk of the tree Gilgamesh carved a bed for Inanna.
From the roots of the tree she fashioned a pukku for her brother.
From the crown of the tree Inanna fashioned a mikku for Gilgamesh,
the hero of Uruk

On the seventh day when the crescent moon reaches its fullness,
You bathe and sprinkle your face with holy water.
You cover your body with the long woolen garments of queenship.
You fasten combat and battle to your side;
You tie them into a girdle and let them rest.
In Eridu you received the me from the God of Wisdom,
Father Enki presented the me to you at his holy shrine in Eridu.
He placed queenship and godship in your hands.
You mount the steps to your high throne.
In all majesty you sit there
With your beloved husband, Dumuzi, at your side.
The gods of the land, wishing to hear their fate, come before you.
The gods of heaven and earth kneel before you.
The living creatures and the people of Sumer come before you.
The people of Sumer who parade before you
Are caught in your gaze,
And held in our holy yoke.

I say, “Hail!” to the Holy One who appears in the heavens!
I say, “Hail!” to the Holy Priestess of Heaven!
I say, “Hail!” to Inanna, Great Lady of Heaven!
Holy Torch! You fill the sky with light!
You brighten the day at dawn!
I say, “Hail!” to Inanna, Great Lady of Heaven!
Awesome Lady of the Annuna Gods! Crowned with great horns,
You fill the heavens and earth with light!
I say, “Hail!” to Inanna, First Daughter of the Moon!
Mighty, majestic, and radiant,
You shine brilliantly in the evening,
You brighten the day at dawn,
You stand in the heavens like the sun and the moon,
Your wonders are known both above and below,
To the greatness of the holy priestess of heaven,
To you, Inanna, I sing!

Her real  name was Anna she lived near the ancient city of Akkad around 3200 BC post Babylon Empire.  She was around 14 years old.  She wrote these words to lament her existence in a brutal world that she was growing up in.  She was trying to make sense of the world she grew up in.   You can see her in the words she writes close one eye.

In the days of Sargon the Great everyone could read and write and for the most part everyone was treated equal free-person and slave.  The priests increasing started excreting more control over the common family they embellished her poetic prose by inserting prefixes to the names of real people to give it a meta spiritual prose.  It is a simple literary composition to pull off .  When the Babylonian empire started to gain roots only the priests , royalty, upper class could read and write.

In today’s world it is only the priests that can tell you about metaphysical aspirations of literacy compositions they create.  Example;

The Pied Piper of Hamelin (German: Rattenfänger von Hameln, also known as the Pan Piper or the Rat-Catcher of Hamelin) is the titular character of a legend from the town of Hamelin (Hameln), Lower Saxony, Germany. The legend dates back to the Middle Ages, the earliest references describing a piper, dressed in multicolored (“pied”) clothing, who was a rat-catcher hired by the town to lure rats away with his magic pipe. When the citizens refuse to pay for this service, he retaliates by using his instrument’s magical power on their children, leading them away as he had the rats

In Babylonian times the children were lead away to the fires to sacrifice to the gods of the priests and kings.

Catholic accounts claim that the Virgin Mary appeared four times before Juan Diego and once more before Juan Diego’s uncle. According to those Catholic version accounts, the first apparition occurred on the morning of December 9, 1531, when it is said that a native Mexican peasant named Juan Diego experienced a vision of a young woman at a place called the Hill of Tepeyac, which would become part of Villa de Guadalupe, in a suburb of Mexico City

By Monday, December 11, however, Juan Diego’s uncle, Juan Bernardino, had fallen sick so Juan Diego was obliged to attend to him. In the very early hours of Tuesday, December 12, Juan Bernardino’s condition having deteriorated overnight, Juan Diego set out to Tlatelolco to fetch a Catholic priest to hear Juan Bernardino’s confession and help minister to him on his death-bed.

In order to avoid being delayed by the Virgin and ashamed at having failed to meet her on the Monday as agreed, Juan Diego chose another route around the hill, but the Virgin intercepted him and asked where he was going (fourth apparition); Juan Diego explained what had happened and the Virgin gently chided him for not having had recourse to her. In the words which have become the most famous phrase of the Guadalupe event and are inscribed over the main entrance to the Basilica of Guadalupe, she asked, “¿No estoy yo aquí que soy tu madre?” (Am I not here, I who am your mother?). She assured him that Juan Bernardino had now recovered and she told him to gather flowers from the top of Tepeyac Hill, which was normally barren, especially in the cold of December. Juan followed her instructions and he found Castilian roses, not native to Mexico, blooming there.

The Virgin arranged the flowers in Juan’s tilma, or cloak, and when Juan Diego opened his cloak before archbishop Zumárraga on December 12, the flowers fell to the floor, and on the fabric was the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe

Anna was lamenting because she was fixing to die at age 14.  Because no one cared about her or her plight so she wrote what she felt inside of her.  I had to relearn to care about others wether I meet them or not.

The Pied Pipers of today are no different the ones of old, Kings and priests that keep the children illiterate with spiritual epiphanies the magic and power of words. Christianity the Pied Piper is Jesus, Islam it is Mohammad they were both common man until the Arch bishops rewrote the compositions, nether one was married.

Anna was crying out to her family, her father, her brothers to save her.  In the composition it was her brother that saved her.  Written in the prose of Divinity hard to see with both eyes open.

“he created salvation heaven and earth for she was in chaos and vacant the Tree of Life”.

he created male and female brothers and sisters simply as that

Ancient Semitic/Hebrew 2000 BC Pictograph Alphabet

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Tree of Lives

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Creation from the Laws of Nature 


Leningrad Codex Hebrew Old Testament 1038 AD

Creation also from the Laws of Nature


                            in·beginning  he-created El-o-him  and the·heavens   { the earth  and the earth } she became      chaos     and·vacancy       and darkness over      faces of abyss      and spirit of     El-oh-im        vibrating           over         faces-of          the·waters

Fathers create Brothers and Sisters

Brothers clothe thier Sisters Nakedness Fathers clothe thier Wife Nakedness

Ancient Semitic/Hebrews 7000 BC

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I say, “Hail!” to Anna, First Daughter of the Moon!
Mighty, majestic, and radiant,
You shine brilliantly in the evening,
You brighten the day at dawn,
You stand in the heavens like the sun and the moon,
Your wonders are known both above and below,
To the greatness of the holy priestess of heaven,
To you, Anna, I sing!

Sisters and Brothers

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Religions create Slaves;  Slaves feed Religions; Slaves die for God

Bedouin apothegm is “I am against my brother, my brother and I are against my cousin, my cousin and I are against the stranger,

Kings Own Nothing But Own Everything

Kings raise thier Arms Slaves Don,t

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Kings Die to Themselves

I Care about Others