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Sumerian Man’s Creation 3000 BC

Enki as the Creator of Man

Enki seated on a throne , wearing a horned headdress with a flowing stream full of fish, 2250 BC

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MANS CREATION TEMPLE SONG

THE SONG OF THE HOE 

Translation Sumerian Text

In this composition, the word al ‘hoe’ is used as often as possible, as well as many nouns or verb forms beginning with — or merely containing — the syllable al (occasionally also ar).

1-7 Not only did the lord make the world appear in its correct form — the lord who never changes the destinies which he determines: Enlil, who will make the human seed of the Land come forth (3 mss. have instead: up) from the earth (2 other mss. have instead: chamber) — and not only did he hasten to separate heaven from earth, and hasten to separate earth from heaven, but, in order to make it possible for humans to grow in ‘Where Flesh Came Forth’ (2 mss. have instead: ‘Where Flesh Grew’) [the name of a cosmic location], he first suspended (2 mss. have instead: raised) the axis of the world at Dur-an-ki.

8-17 He did this with the help of the hoe (al) — and so daylight broke forth (aled). By distributing (altare) the shares of duty he established daily tasks, and for the hoe (al) and the carrying-basket wages were even established. Then Enlil praised his hoe (al), his hoe (al) wrought in gold, its top inlaid with lapis lazuli, his hoe (al) whose blade was tied on with a cord, which was adorned with silver and gold, his hoe (al), the edge of whose point (?) was a plough of lapis lazuli, whose blade was like a battering ram standing up to a great (gal) wall (1 ms. has instead: born for a great (gal) person (?)). The lord evaluated the hoe (al), determined its future destiny and placed a holy crown on its head …….

18-27 Here, in ‘Where Flesh Came Forth’ (1 ms. has instead: ‘Where Flesh Grew’) [the name of a cosmic location], he set this very hoe (al) to work; (1 other ms. has instead: in ‘Where Flesh Grew’ the unassailable (?),) he had it place the first model of mankind in the brick mould. His Land started to break through the soil towards Enlil. He looked with favour at his black-headed people. Now the Anuna gods stepped forward to him, and did (jal) obeisance to him. They calmed Enlil with a prayer, for they wanted to demand (al-dug) the black-headed people from him. Ninmena, the lady who had given birth to the ruler, who had given birth to the king, now set (aljaja) human reproduction going.

28-34 The leader of heaven and earth, lord Nunamnir, named the important persons and valued (kal) persons. He …… these persons, and recruited them to provide for the gods. Now Enki praised Enlil’s hoe (al), and the maiden Nisaba was made responsible for keeping records of the decisions. And so people took (jal) the shining hoes (al), the holy hoes (al), into their hands.

35-42 The E-kur, the temple of Enlil, was founded by the hoe (al). By day it was building (aldue) it, by night it caused the temple to grow (almumu). In well-founded Nibru, the hero Ninurta entered into the presence of Enlil in the inner chamber of the Tummal — the Tummal, the bread basket (?) (1 ms. has instead: …… masterpiece (?)) of mother Ninlil — the innermost chamber of the Tummal, with regular food deliveries. Holy Ninisina entered into the presence of Enlil with* black kids and fruit offerings for the lord.

* this is a reference to the minor deities of the underworld not skin color.

43-45 Next comes the Abzu, with the lions before it, where the divine powers may not be requested (al-dug): the hoe wielder (?) (altar), the good man, lord Nudimmud was building (aldue) the AbzuEridug having been chosen as the construction site (altar).

46-48 The mother of the gods, Ninhursaja, had the mighty (?) (altar) light of the lord live with her in Kec; she had Cul-pa-eda, no less, help her with the construction work (altar).

49-51 The shrine E-ana was cleaned up by means of the hoe (al) for the lady of E-ana, the good cow (immal) (2 mss. have instead: woman). The hoe (al) deals with ruin mounds, the hoe (al) deals with weeds.

52-55 In the city of Zabalam, the hoe (al) is Inana’s workman (?). She determined the destiny of the hoe (al), with its projecting lapis-lazuli beard (1 ms. has instead: tooth)Utu was ready to help her with her building project (altar); it is the renowned (?) building project (altar) of youthful Utu.

56-58 The lady with broad (dajal) intelligence, Nisaba, ordered the measuring of the E-ana for a construction project (altar), and then designed her own E-hamun for construction (altar).

59-70 The king who measured up the hoe (al) and who passes (zal) his time in its tracks, the hero Ninurta, has introduced working with the hoe (altar) into the rebel (bal) lands. He subdues (aljaja) any city that does not obey its lord. Towards heaven he roars (algigi) like a storm, earthwards he strikes (aljaja) like a dragon (ucumgal). Cara sat down on (1 ms. has instead: got onto) Enlil’s knees, and Enlil gave him what he had desired (al-dug): he had mentioned the mace, the club, arrows and quiver, and the hoe (al) (3 mss. have instead: he desired (al-dug) the mace, the club, arrows and quiver)Dumuzid is the one who makes the upper land fertile (allumlum). Gibil made his hoe (al) raise its head towards the heavens — he caused the hoe (al), sacred indeed, to be refined with fire. The Anuna were rejoicing (alhulhuledec).

71-8 2 The temple of Jectin-ana resembled an aljarsur instrument, the aljarsur of mother Jectin-ana that makes a pleasant sound. The lord [Enlil] bellowed at his hoe (al) like a bull. As for the grave (irigal): the hoe (al) buries people, but dead people are also brought up from the ground by the hoe (al) [This may allude to Enkidu’s ghost being put in contact with Gilgamec.]. With the hoe (al), the hero honoured by An, the younger brother of Nergal, the warrior Gilgamec is as powerful as a hunting net. The (1 ms. adds: sage) son of Ninsumun is pre-eminent with oars (jisal) [This may allude to Gilgamec rowing across the waters of death.]. With the hoe (al) he is the great barber (kindajal) of the watercourses. In the chamber (1 ms. has instead: place) of the shrine, with the hoe (al) he is the minister (sukkal). The wicked (huljal) …… are sons of the hoe (al); they are born in sleep from heaven.

83-93 In the sky there is the altirigu bird, the bird of the god. On the earth there is the hoe (al): a dog in the reed-beds, a dragon (ucumgal) in the forest. On the battlefield, there is the dur-allub battle-axe. By the city wall there is the battle-net (alluhab). On the dining-table there is the bowl (maltum). In the waggon shed, there is the sledge (mayaltum). In the donkey stable there is the cupboard (argibil). The hoe (al)! — the sound of the word is sweet: it also occurs (munjal) on the hillsides: the tree of the hillsides is the allanum oak. The fragrance of the hillsides is the arganum balm. The precious stone of the hillsides is the algamec steatite.

94-106 The hoe (al) makes everything prosper, the hoe makes everything flourish. The hoe (al) is good barley, the hoe (al) is a hunting net (1 ms. has instead: an overseer). The hoe (al) is brick moulds, the hoe (al) has made people exist (jal). It is the hoe (al) that is the strength of young manhood. The hoe (al) and the basket are the tools for building cities. It builds (aldue) the right kind of house, it cultivates (aljaja) the right kind of fields. It is you, hoe, that extend (dajal) the good agricultural land! The hoe (al) subdues for its owner (lugal) any agricultural lands that have been recalcitrant (bal) against their owner (lugal), any agricultural lands that have not submitted to their owner (lugal). It chops the heads off the vile esparto grasses, yanks them out at their roots, and tears at their stalks. The hoe (al) also subdues (aljaja) the hirin weeds.

107-109 The hoe (al), the implement whose destiny was fixed by father Enlil — the renowned hoe (al)! Nisaba be praised

2nd Law of Thermodynamics you cannot create something from nothing ; something was already here for you to create something.

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Mesopotamia Religion

Extract from Anthology of Opinions 3;, a thousand gods of the male gods and of the female gods of them of the land of Hatti, together with a thousand gods of the male gods and of the female gods of them of the land of Egypt,  are with me as witnesses hearing these words:

Shamash, god of Justice in Babylon, as handing symbols of authority to Hammurabi. Shamash corresponds to Sumer’s god of Justice, Utu. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

When we are talking about the origination of opinion’s as it relates to our way of seeing the world around us.  Then I believe it is important to go to the source of opinions the land of the gods ancient Sumeria.  The lands between the Euphrates Rivers and the Tigris rivers the “Cradle of Civilization”.

When the nomadic peoples started forming city states in ancient Mesopotamian each city had its own monarchy as well as a from of democracy.   They were called city states.  Prior to 3500 BC the priests ruled each city.  Around 3000 BC Kings took over control from the priests  and claimed “Divine Inheritance”.  Something we see today around the world.

So religion became central in the thinking of the common person at it was strictly governed it became a normalized behavior to believe in mysticism of the gods.

The Ancient Mesopotamian believed that the divine affected every aspect of human life.  They were polytheistic worshiping seven core gods with thousands (3000) minor gods.

Each city, whether Sumerian, Akkadian, Babylonian or Assyrian, had its own patron god or goddess.  Through each era or culture each had different expressions and interpretations of godsFor example Marduk, Babylons god was known as Enki or Ea in Sumer.

Clay tablets found in archaeological excavations describe the cosmology, mythology and religious practices and observations of the time. Some Mesopotamian myths are reflected in Biblical stories the* Garden of Eden, the Flood, the Creation and the Tower of Babel. As the world’s oldest religion, Mesopotamian beliefs influenced the monotheistic religions that came after, Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

Garden of Eden, the Flood, the Creation and the Tower of Babel. The ancient Semitic texts of creation starts out,  “he created” this is a male pronoun devoid of any mythology.  They were talking about man’s nature not so much about person places or things.  People places or things were used as a ref  point of mans behavior.

In early Mesopotamia, priests were the initial rulers as all authority came from the god. Priests then were both representative of the god and mediator between the god and the people. Later, the secular power was established in a king, although kings also had specific religious duties. Kings ruled by the god’s favor and so were imbued with a semi-divine authority. Kings, priests and priestesses were the most important people in Mesopotamian society.

Ancient Mesopotamia covered and area 300 miles long and about 150 miles wide between the two rivers, the Euphrates and the Tigris rivers that flowed into the Persian Gulf which was known as the* Red Sea back in the day.

Red Sea It was called the Red Sea by virtue the ancient Arabian Bedouins that livid along the Arabian coast sold their children as slaves into Ancient Mesopotamia to work on the temples and other projects as traded goods.

If you multiply 300 mi x 150 mi you get 45,000 square miles.  Divide that by 3000 gods and goddesses conservatively you come up with 15 opinions pre square mile.  Then you have to add the seven major gods and their interpretations.

Seven days a week your enslaved to the ablutions of the priests  which later the priests became kings.  One of the most famous priest-kings was* Gilgamesh of Uruk, who ruled sometime between 2800 or 2500 BC.

* Gilgamesh of Uruk after he died he goes to rise in Sumerian mythology as a god concerning  creation, the flood and such.   Which the Bible walks hand in hand.

What happens to a human when you have 8 major opinions controlling your life everyday? Be it either a king or a priest or a king/priest by divine authority.

In the Molecular structures of organisms, when they are born they have an inherited RNA expression that something has to take care of  them.  It has been ingrained in its DNA since time began.   The organism will grow for awhile but if it is not given an outside stimulus it will become stationary.  Overtime it will become psychotic in nature and eventually decay.  To prevent chaos and decay  you introduce another stimulus and it, the organism, proceed’s to grow for another period of time.

Opinions operate in this realm and they also operate in the realm of Thermodynamics of  Heat transfer to cold.  An opinion is born and like a fire it starts out small reaches its peak and then dies out.  Unless you keep feeding it.

Sumerian Temple Song;

Temple hymn 21

The hymn is dedicated to the temple of Bau in the Divine City

1. Urukug shrine which causes the seed to come forth, belonging to the holy An, called by a god name.
The divine city, the shrine where the sprouts of all are given, the city of divine An, the
primordial word that is real.
In Sumerian: uru – ku es numun – i – i an – ku – ga mu – du – ga sa – a

2. Within you is the river of ordeal which vindicates the just man
Within you are the irreal that call out and which impedes the living man
In Sumerian: sa – zu i – lu – ru – gu lu – zi dadag – de

3. House of widespread counsel, storehouse which eternally possesses silver and lapis lazuli
An assembly of illuminating speech with divine illuminations inside that are precious like
conch shells
In Sumerian: e – galga – su erin – ku za – gin – na gi – sa – se ak – a

4. Etarsirsir from which decision and mes come forth, where the man greets the goddess
The temple, where divine songs are given, where the transcendental music, that discloses
the great truths are given and where the truths surround greet feet of Bau

   In Sumerian: e – tar – sir – sir es – bar me – i – i me – s kiri su – gal

           BAU Akkadian goddesses healing.

Opinions of gods collected tithes from the common person to build their temples, collected property tax to build other endeavors.   Opinions of gods creates babble and people become psychotic.  So sing the songs of BAU.

I believe in the Spirit of Life within me and I saved myself from the Babel of other opinions. I believe in the thought of Quantum Physics that tells me there is a particle of Light within me that sustains my life.  A thought that is celibate from the world of opinions.

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Thoughts Watch from Above the Atmosphere

Opinions Own the Walking Dead

Religion mirrors culture and culture mirrors Religion 

Sumerian Man’s Creation 3000 BC

Enki as the Creator of Man

Enki seated on a throne , wearing a horned headdress with a flowing stream full of fish, 2250 BC

Enki/Ea – mischievous god of wisdom , magic and incantations who resides in the ocean under the earth.

The ancient Sumerians have their own opinions loosely fitting about ideas depicting the creation of man. It is conceived their ideas came from different regions in Mesopotamia and Ancient Near East mythological narratives in real time. There are similarities in other creation accounts of the time, including the accounts of the Biblical Genesis.

The Sumerian accounts of creation is a result of sexual intercourse between of the male and female divine entities.

There are some in the vast world of Christendom will tell you that male and female created had sexual intercourse in the 7 days of creation. The parallels are striking.

In the oldest Hebrew Bible codex in existence the,”Leningrad Codex”, 1008 BC, the first line starts out as ,”in the beginning he created”. Noticed it is not named the oldest Jewish Bible.   As I have stated before there is a difference between a Hebrew and a Jew.   Semitic/Hebrews did not believe in religion or magic but science to explain the the nature of Creation.   Jewish , Christianity and Islam in my neck of the woods believe in magic to cover their human frailties.   

In the King James, 1590 AD, the first line starts out, “in the beginning god created”. By comparison the God Enki and the God in King James are one and the same. Both are mythological narratives in real time. The Hebrew codex is devoid of mythological narratives but are based on human observations in real time.

All narratives of Creation always has a mother goddess. In the Sumerian Dynastic culture her name was* Ninmah.   She was the consort of  Ea who were the principal creators of mankind.

* Ninmah was also known as Ninhursag or Damgalnuna the mother goddesses of the mountains one of the seven great deities of  the Dynastic period.   Principally a fertility goddess temple hymns identified her as the a great lady of the heavens.    She stands on the mountains and nourish the kings of Sumer with her milk.  Her hair is depicted in an , Omega shape wearing a horned head dress and tiered skirt

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Her symbol, resembling the Greek letter omega Ω, has been depicted in art from approximately 3000 BC, although more generally from the early second millennium BC.  The omega symbol is associated with the Egyptian cow goddess Hathor, and may represent a stylized womb. The symbol appears on very early imagery from Ancient Egypt. Hathor is at times depicted on a mountain, so it may be that the two goddesses are connected.

So to tell me that your god is the Alpha and the Omega,  you might be worshiping a cow.  A cow has no soul and is easily led around by the nose with a hook.

Now that we have established the Parents, Enki and the consort Nimmah they consummate their union and bore a daughter, Ninsar ( Lady Greenery”).

From Enki, Ninsar bore a daughter Nikkura ( Lady of the Pasture)

Nikkura in turn bore Enki a daughter named Uttu.

Enki then pursued Uttu, who was upset because he didn’t care for her.

Uttu, on her ancestress Ninhursag’s advice buried Enki’s seed in the earth, whereupon eight plants (the very first) sprung up.

Enki, seeing the plants, ate them, and became ill in eight organs of his body.

Ninhursag cured him, taking the plants into her body and giving birth to eight deities: Abu, Nintulla (Nintul), Ninsutu, Ninkasi, Nanshe, Azimua, Ninti, and Enshag (Enshagag).

In the text Creator of the Hoe‘, she completed the birth of mankind after the heads had been uncovered by Enki’s hoe.

Creator of the Hoe is a song about the Hoe which I will post as an addendum to Creation of Man.

In creation texts, Ninmah (another name for Ninhursag) acts as a midwife whilst the mother goddess Nammu makes different kinds of human individuals from lumps of clay at a feast given by Enki to celebrate the creation of humankind.

So in the Sumerian texts of mans creation.  You have all the intrigue of  a soap opera.  Father and Mother consummate a birth of a daughter then the Father (authority figure) has sex with  daughter.  The daughter refutes the advances of the Father.   Then the daughter gets mad poisons the Father and the Mother turns her back and births more deities.  Thats payback more mouths to feed humm……the  Alpha and the Omega of Creation.

That is how families of religions and magic operate around the world.   Opinions fighting each other murder, mayhem, incest, looting of the young mind.  When opinion’s  become gods and goddesses there always be a fly in the ointment.


Sidebar;

I was diagnosed with Stage I cancer late this afternoon.  So I have a long haul ahead of me of cancer treatments.  A voice asked me what I thought;  I answered;

“I am grateful for the life I have lived and grateful for the life I have left”

 I am a combat soldier of old,  I never show weakness, I never falter in the face of adversity.  Failure is not an option for me never has been.  I will die as a rightful King when the time comes.


 

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Šimâ Milka or ‘Hear the
Advice’

What was Yesterday is Today not Tomorrow.  Tomorrow never comes .  By the time you read this Tomorrow is already behind You.

Excursus of Ezekiel 16: 33

Wages of a Prostitute

Extract from Anthology of Opinions 3;, a thousand gods of the male gods and of the female gods of them of the land of Hatti, together with a thousand gods of the male gods and of the female gods of them of the land of Egypt,  are with me as witnesses hearing these words:

In the ancient days towards the late Bronze age when the hunter gathers starting to congregate into city states.  Priests became the ruling monarchy claiming divine right to rule over the common man.  They made themselves stand taller then you and I promoting the idea that men and women were created to serve the gods.   That was our sole purpose in life.

The common man and woman worked for the building of the citadel placed in the center of the city.  You also paid the living wages of the priest.  Not much has changed in 6000 yrs.  Look at any religion in the world.

To help you understand the present you have to go back to the past.  For this dissemination we are going to look at an  then travel back to the time of the Sumerians 3500 BC.
33 They give gifts to all whores: but thou givest thy gifts to all thy lovers, and hirest them, that they may come unto thee on every side for thy whoredom.
This verse is ascribed to *Ezekiel ben-Buzi (593-571 BC.), who lived ancient Babylon during the exile of the Jews after the fall of the 1st Temple, King Solomon (1000 BC.).   At the time there was a large population of Jews who believed in Monotheism but  acknowledge the existence of other gods and goddesses.
*There is a difference between an ancient Semitic/ Hebrew and a Jew.
Just for reflection the beginning of the Second Temple period (586 BC-AD 70) began with the return of the Jews  return of Jews to Jerusalem from their exile in Babylon in 538 BC.
Under an edict issued by Cyrus King of Persia. By 515 BC the reinstated Jewish residents had completed building the Second Temple.
fourth century Judean coin

Judean Coin

Judaen Coin, 4th century BCE, silver, British Museum, London.

The image is of a bearded individual seated on a winged wheel that bears the inscription yhd (earlier read yhw, which could refer to Yahweh) is unique in that it depicts a deity. This coin was probably struck by the Persian administration in Jerusalem. The style is similar to some Greek coins depicting deities in that the figure’s right arm is wrapped in the folds of his garment.

Back to the verse; Eze. 16: 33;

33 They give gifts to all whores: but thou givest thy gifts to all thy lovers, and hirest them, that they may come unto thee on every side for thy whoredom.

This verse is a prolonged attack throughout this chapter of the prophet against Jerusalem whose behavior is likened to a woman worse than a prostitute.

It states in vs. 31 that unlike prostitutes , despises payment, she is likened to an adulterous woman who takes lovers (verse 32).  Then in verse 33 it explains how she attracts lovers.

לְ כָ ל־זֹנ֖ וֹת יִ תְּ ֵ ֑ נוּ־נ ד ֶ ה וְ אַ֨תְּ נָ תַ ֤ תְּ אֶ ת־נְ דָ נַ֙ יִ ְך֙ לְ כָ ל־מ ְ אַֽהֲ בַ֔ יִ ְך וַ תִּ שְׁ חֳ דִ ֣ י אוֹתָ֗ ם לָ ב֥ וֹא אֵ לַ ֛ יִ ְך
מִ סָּ בִ ֖ יב בְּ תַ זְנוּת ָ ֽ יְִך

 

The translation of this verse is as follows:  Men always present a gift to harlots but you offer gift to harlots but you offered your gifts to all your lovers.  In your promiscuity you bribed them to come to you from all around.  This is talking about the Priest,s of the citadels.

The word in question is the word gifts where does it come from and what is the idea behind it.  The word gifts comes from the word nadan and ancient Arkkadian word from the late Bronze age.  (3400 BC < )

Mesopotamia Wisdom Composition

Šimâ Milka

‘Hear the Advice’

Instructions of a Father to a son for the wages of a prostitute

[nidni ḫar]imti?
tanad[dinšu]
nid[na la tanaddinšu ḫarr]āni ša la [tidû] iša[ppar]ka
akul aka šit[i mê mitḫā]riš am[ēla]
ina āli ša la tidû lāpit qēmi ubbalka

Translated;

(If a stranger comes up and asks you for a bed for the night)
‘You will pay [for him the wages of a prostit]ute.
[(If) you will not pay for him] the wag[es], upon a road with
which [you are] not [familiar], he will send you.’
‘Eat the food, drin[k the water togeth]er with the m[an] (otherwise),
the flour weevil will send you to a city with which you are not
familiar.’
The two instructions are concerned with the hospitality to be
bestowed upon a stranger arriving to one’s city: the first instruction advises in procuring a prostitute for the guest and for paying
her wages and the second for obtaining food for the stranger. A
similar instruction is known from the Sumerian ‘Counsels of Wisdom’. Consider the following:
‘(Even if it is only) an insignificant stranger (gir5-tur) who makes
himself known to somebody—feed him with bread. If he has no bed
(ki-ná), provide him with a bed.’5

Taken in context from the ancient Sumerian, Akkadian and Babylon texts anyone who claims divine authority and requires gratuity for those services is worse then a prostitute.  If you do not give hospitality to strangers then the gods will make you miserable.  It is better to serve the calling of the one claiming divine authority? Or sell your spirit to the darkness? Or save your spirit?

In realm of Monotheistic Opinions (Jewish, Christianity, Islam) the call of divine authority your paying gratuity to the Harlot.

Gen 2: 15====(husbandman) …..took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it. (KJV, 1600 AD)

Gen. 2:15====(husbandman)…..the human and he is cleaving him in garden of  Eden to to serve of her and to to keep of her (LC ,1000 BC)

The man is the tree of Good and Evil; the woman is the tree of Life.  The other woman is religion,s that demands gratuity.   When man demanded gratuity he was placed out of the garden of Eden simple as that.Me I like to keep things simple.  I know from  Quantum physics there is a particle of light that gives all of us life within all of us.  That’s my Father of my thought Creation.  “When knowledge increases the end is near”.

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Kings Own Knowledge and Wisdom

Queens temper the Kings Knowledge and Wisdom

What was Yesterday is Today not Tomorrow.  Tomorrow never comes .  By the time you read this Tomorrow is already behind You.

Yesterdays Thoughts & Extracts of  Opinions;

Polytheism a good place to start is the, “Treaty of Kadish” (1274 BC) the peace treaty between the descendants the families of Ham.   The Hittites and the Egyptians.  Families always fight among themselves that is a given fact.  They believe in one supreme opinion laced with other opinions.

Monotheism comes from the descendants of Japheth the families are the Jewish Christian and Islam.   They to like Polytheism have been fighting among themselves for thousand of years.   They believe in one supreme opinion but they acknowledge the existence of other opinions.

Here is an extract of the “Treaty of Kadish“;

The Divine Witnesses to the Treaty

As for these words of the regulation which the Great Prince of Hatti made with Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt, in writing upon this tablet of silver-as for these words, a thousand gods of the male gods and of the female gods of them of the land of Hatti, together with a thousand gods of the male gods and of the female gods of them of the land of Egypt, are with me as witnesses hearing these words:15

a thousand gods of the male gods and of the female gods of them of the land of Hatti, together with a thousand gods of the male gods and of the female gods of them of the land of Egypt if you take this statement of the Armies of opinions (families that are fighting each other) and change one name, “Hatti” to “Vedic”

Then you are splitting the two families laying thousands of opinions of gods and goddesses in the Indus valley and laying thousands of opinions of gods and goddesses in Mesopotamia.  Then the thought I created is an allegorical image parting of the “Red Sea.”  An expression of thought the center of my being.

It is also an allegorical thought to the great flood that covered the earth.   Opinions require blood and sweat to accomplish hypothetical situations.   They create theories with no empirical data test their hypothesis to see the effect.  In technical terms this is called the “Applied Sciences’ which covers a lot of ground.  If you create a Theory then you have to  do a “Mortality Risk Assessment”.  How many opinion are you willing to hurt to save a few.   What are the costs associated with your hypothesis?  You do not know the effect of the opinion till it runs its course.

In the Battle of Kadish the two families of opinions fought each other with vast Armies for 16 years then reached an impasse and negotiated a peace treaty.   The cost benefit .  Opinions will just poop you out with a loss of life, energy.  “Valuation of ones Life declines over the strata of time and history.  Psychology, Religions and Education are examples of , “Applied Sciences”.

In retrospect when I stood up as a thought 6 thousand 600 years ago between the mountain ranges the Zygros mountains and the Himalayas, Karakoram and the Hindu Kush mountains in the center of my thought.

When I  looked around at my world in 360 degrees .  I had a supply of plants and animals to insure my survival and I also saw the heavens above me.  I remember my Mother telling me of 3 Wise men that came to my manger and laid 3 gifts at my feet.  In layman terms these are called, “Pure Sciences” affectionately known sometimes as ,Natural Sciences”.  They are as follows, Chemical, Electromagnetic and Thermodynamics.  Pure thought has empirical data associated with it  by historical data as well as mathematical data that quantifies the opulence of the thought.

Example of Empirical Thought;

Babylonian culture
In Mesopotamia, astronomers have been collecting astronomical data on argilla tablets for thousands of years. Their records contain observations which are more precise than one minute of arc. Since it is nearly impossible to obtain such an accuracy at naked eye, it was probably reached with the first spyglasses ever invented.
 
 Babylonian star catalog  “Mul-apin”
 
 Written around 1000 BC, it contains astronomical data which can be traced back in time up to 2048 BC. The contentincludes: 1) A list of 71 celestial objects (constellations, single stars and the five planets) divided in three“courses” (Enlil, Anu ed Ea).2) A list of heliacal rising of many stars 3) A list of simultaneous rising/settings of couples of stars 4) A list of time delays between the rising of the same stars 5) A list of simultaneous transit/rising of some others couples of stars. 
Enlil– , later known as Elil , is an ancient Mesopotamian god associated with wind, air, earth, and storms. He is first attested as the chief deity of the Sumerian pantheon, but he was later worshiped by the Akkadians, Babylonians, Assyrians, and Hurrians.
Anu-Mesopotamian sky-god, one of the supreme deities; known as An in Sumerian and Anu in Akkadian.
Ea– Enki (also known as Ea, Enkig, Nudimmud, Ninsiku) was the Sumerian god of wisdom, fresh water, intelligence, trickery and mischief, crafts, magic, exorcism, healing, creation, virility, fertility, and art.
You had pure thought , empirical data then the opinions took over religions and mythology.  Opinions use knowledge without empirical data which picks up the clothing of Ea.  I would rather stand naked as I was born with one thought, Creation, as my neighbor.
So if you come to me as an opinion and tell me things like god is Jesus and jesus is god.  I am going to respond in the Spanish lingo, “Ea, what god are you talking about?” This response is all inclusive to any of the Polytheistic or Monotheistic religions in my world.
For those opinions that stand before me and yell epitaphs  of utopia, climate control social justice and the likes .    I am going to respond in the Spanish lingo, “Ea, what god are you talking about?”
For those opinions that tell me that god created transgenders.    I am going to respond in the Spanish lingo, “Ea, what god are you talking about?”  Except this time I going to point your mind to, “Ishtar” who was a female goddesses that could change to a male god at whim.  This is what is known as , “Men-o-pause”affects male or female opinions around the world daily.
If your French Canadian  then the lingo would be, “”Ea, what god are you talking about, Ea ?”

In Philosophy, Natural Sciences everything happens in twos.   Empirical structures of mathematics and eye ordination to Creation around you, it is not what you hear but what you see.

Me I like to keep things simple.  I know from  Quantum physics there is a particle of light that gives all of us life within all of us.  That’s my Father of my thought Creation.  “When knowledge increases the end is near”.

Kings own Nothing but own Everything

Kings have Knowledge and Wisdom

Queens temper the Kings Knowledge and Wisdom

 

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Opinions Own the Walking Dead

Kings own Nothing but own Everything

Kings Own Knowledge and Wisdom

Queens temper the Kings Knowledge and Wisdom

What was Yesterday is Today not Tomorrow.  Tomorrow never comes .  By the time you read this Tomorrow is already behind You.

Extract Ancient Opinions Anthology 1;

The Hittites of ancient Mesopotamia who we only know of through the use ancient biblical manuscripts and Egyptian texts.   The Hittites are believed to be the descendants of Ham one of Noah’s sons.  Who, with others built the tower of Babel (Babylonia) when they migrated into the Euphrates and Tigris rivers.   From the Egyptian side of things we will look at the , “Treaty of Kadish”, 1274 BC.  The first recorded peace treaty in the known world between waring factions.  Between the Hittites and the Egyptians in which portions of the treaty are penned on the walls of the United Nations in New York city to this day.

 

This Mid-evil is map from the first printed version of Isidore Etymologiae ( 7th century AD), identifies the three known continents as populated by descendants of Sem (Shem), Cham (Ham) and Iafeth (Japheth).

It is consider that the Hittites were the descendants of Ham.   Who by all accounts migrated into Africa.  Nonetheless by ancient biblical texts we see this;

Gen. 9:18 (LC);  “and they were sons of Noah coming forth from the ark Shem and Ham and Japheth and Ham he father of canaan

Defined Modern Day Canaan Map 2019

 

The green shows the lands of the Canaan, which by the way the Jewish people are descendants of the Canaanites.  Contrary to popular belief the ancient Semitic Hebrew is not of the same ethnicity as the Canaanite Jew. (refer to Jacob.s ladder)

 

“Tower of Babel“-The phrase “Tower of Babel” does not appear in the Bible; it is always “the city and the tower” (אֶת-הָעִיר וְאֶת-הַמִּגְדָּל) or just “the city” (הָעִיר). The original derivation of the name Babel (also the Hebrew name for Babylon) is uncertain. The native, Akkadian name of the city was Bāb-ilim, meaning “gate of God“. However, that form and interpretation itself are now usually thought to be the result of an Akkadian folk etymology applied to an earlier form of the name, Babilla, of unknown meaning and probably non-Semitic origin.  According to the Bible, the city received the name “Babel” from the Hebrew verb בָּלַ֥ל (bālal), meaning to jumble or to confuse.

“the city and the tower” has two meanings one is literal and the other refers to the individual.  Your body is your city the tower is your head , the top of the tower sits your eyes and ears.

(bālal), meaning to jumble or to confuse. this is the babies in the manger, opinions, ” Polytheism (Ham)  and Monotheism (Japheth)”

Keep in mind we are talking about thoughts and opinions not particularly about people, places or things.  Individual thoughts and opinions are the main concern.

Polytheism a good place to start is the, “Treaty of Kadish” (1274 BC) the peace treaty between the descendants the families of Ham.   The Hittites and the Egyptians.  Families always fight among themselves that is a given fact.

Here is an extract of the “Treaty of Kadish“;

Preamble

The regulations which the Great Prince of Hatti, Hattusilis, the powerful, the son of Mursilis, the Great Prince of Hatti, the powerful, the son of the son of Suppiluliumas, the Great Prince of Hatti, the powerful, made upon a tablet of silver for User-maat-Re, the great ruler of Egypt, the powerful, the son of Men-maat-Re, the great ruler of Egypt, the powerful, the son of Men-pehti-Re,5 the great ruler of Egypt, the powerful; the good regulations of peace and of brotherhood, giving peace . . . forever.

Former Relations

Now from the beginning of the limits of eternity, as for the situation of the great ruler of Egypt with the Great Prince of Hatti, the god did not permit hostility to occur between them, through a regulation.6 But in the time of Muwatallis, the Great Prince of Hatti, my brother,7 he fought with Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt. But hereafter, from this day, behold Hattusilis, the Great Prince of Hatti, is under a regulation for making permanent the situation which the Re and Seth made for the land of Egypt with the land of Hatti, in order not to permit hostility to occur between them forever.

The Present Treaty

Behold, Hattusilis, the Great Prince of Hatti, has set himself in a regulation with User-maat-Re Setep-en-Re, the great ruler of Egypt, beginning from this day, to cause that good peace and brotherhood occur between us forever, while he is in brotherhood with me and he is at peace with me, and I am in brotherhood with him and I am at peace with him forever. Now since Muwatallis, the Great Prince of Hatti, my brother, went in pursuit of his fate,9 and Hattusilis sat as Great Prince of Hatti upon the throne of his father, behold, I have come to be with Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt, for we are together in our peace and our brotherhood. It is better than the peace or the brotherhood which was formerly in the land. Behold, I, as the Great Prince of Hatti, am with Ramses Meri-Amon, in good peace and in good brotherhood. The children of the children of the Great Prince of Hatti are in brotherhood and peace with the children of the children of Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt, for they are in our situation of brotherhood and our situation of peace. The land of Egypt, with the land of Hatti, shall be at peace and in brotherhood like unto us forever. Hostilities shall not occur between them forever.

Mutual Renunciation of Invasion

The Great Prince of Hatti shall not trespass against the land of Egypt forever, to take anything from it. And User-maat-Re Setep-en-Re, the great ruler of Egypt, shall not trespass against the land of Hatti, to take from it forever.

Reaffirmation of Former Treaties

As to the traditional regulation 10 which had been here in the time of Suppiluliumas, the Great Prince of Hatti, as well as the traditional regulation which had been in the time of Muwatallis,11 the Great Prince of Hatti, my father, I seize hold of it. Behold, Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt, seizes hold of the regulation which he makes together with us, beginning from this day. We seize hold of it, and we act in this traditional situation.

A Defensive Alliance–for Egypt

If another enemy come against the lands of User- maat-Re, the great ruler of Egypt, and he send to the Great Prince of Hatti, saying: “Come with me as reinforcement against him,” the Great Prince of Hatti shall come to him and the Great Prince of Hatti shall slay his enemy. However, if it is not the desire of the Great Prince of Hatti to go (himself), he shall send his infantry and his chariotry, and he shall slay his enemy. Or, if Ramses Meri-Amon the great ruler of Egypt, is enraged Against servants belonging to him, and they commit another offence against him, and he go to slay them, the Great Prince of Hatti shall act with him to slay everyone against whom they shall be enraged.

A Defensive Alliance–for Hatti

But if another enemy come against the Great Prince of Hatti, User-maat-Re Setep-en-Re, the great ruler of Egypt, shall] come to him as reinforcement to slay his enemy. If it is (not)12 the desire of Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt, to come, he shall . . . Hatti, land he shall send his infantry and his chariotry, besides returning answer to the land of Hatti. Now if the servants of the Great Prince of Hatti trespass against him, and Ramses Meri-Amon. . . .

The Contingency of Death?

. . . the land of Hatti and the land of Egypt . . . the life. Should it be that I shall go in pursuit of my fate, then Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt, living forever, shall go and come to the land of Hatti, . . . to cause . . . , to make him lord for them, to make User-maat-Re Setep-en-Re, the great ruler of Egypt, silent with his mouth forever.13 Now after he . . . the land of Hatti, and he returns . the Great Prince of Hatti, as well as the. . . .

Extradition of Refugees to Egypt

If a great man flee from the land of Egypt and come to the Great Prince of Hatti, or a town belonging to the lands of Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt, and they come to the Great Prince of Hatti, the Great Prince of Hatti shall not receive them. The Great Prince of Hatti shall cause them to be brought to User-maat-Re Setep-en-Re, the great ruler of Egypt, their lord, because of it. Or if a man or two men–no matter who 14–flee, and they come to the land of Hatti to be servants of someone else, they shall not be left in the land of Hatti; they shall be brought to Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt.

Extradition of Refugees to Hatti

Or if a great man flee from the land of Hatti and come to User-maat-Re Setep-en-Re, the great ruler of Egypt, or a town or a district or a . . . belonging to the land of Hatti, and they come to Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt, (then) User-maat-Re Setep-en-Re, the great ruler of Egypt, shall not receive them. Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt, shall cause them to be brought to the Prince [of Hatti]. They shall not be left. Similarly, if a man or two men–no matter who 14–flee, and they come to the land of Egypt to be servants of other people, User-maat-Re Setep-en-Re, the great ruler of Egypt, shall not leave them. He shall cause them to be brought to the Great Prince of Hatti.

The Divine Witnesses to the Treaty

As for these words of the regulation which the Great Prince of Hatti made with Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt, in writing upon this tablet of silver-as for these words, a thousand gods of the male gods and of the female gods of them of the land of Hatti, together with a thousand gods of the male gods and of the female gods of them of the land of Egypt, are with me as witnesses hearing these words:15 the Re, the lord of the sky; the Re of the town of Arinna; Seth, the lord of the sky; Seth of Hatti; Seth of the town of Arinna; Seth of the town of Zippalanda; Seth of the town of Pe(tt)iyarik; Seth of the town of Hissas(ha)pa; Seth of the town of Sarissa; Seth of the town of Aleppo; Seth of the town of Lihzina; Seth of the town . . .; . . .; Seth of the town of Sahpin; Antaret 16 of the land of Hatti; the god of Zither(as); the god of Karzis; the god of Hapantaliyas; the goddess of the town of Karahna; the goddess of . . .  . . .17  . . .; the Queen of the Sky; the gods, the lords of oaths; this goddess, the Lady of the Ground; the Lady of the Oath, Ishara; the Lady (of the) mountains and the rivers of the land of Hatti; the gods of the land of Kizuwadna; Amon; the Re; Seth; the male gods; the female gods; the mountains; and the rivers of the land of Egypt; the sky; the earth; the great sea; the winds; and the clouds.

Curses and Blessings for this Treaty

As for these words which are on this tablet of silver of the land of Hatti and of the land of Egypt–as for him who shall not keep them, a thousand gods of the land of Hatti, together with a thousand gods of the land of Egypt, shall destroy his house, his land, and his servants. But, as for him who shall keep these words which are this tablet of silver, whether they are Hatti or whether they are Egyptians, and they are not neglectful of them, a thousand gods of the land of Hatti, together with a thousand gods of the land of Egypt, shall cause that he be well, shall cause that he live, together with his houses and his (land) and his servants.

Extradition of Egyptians from Hatti

If a man flee from the land of Egypt–or two or three– and they come to the Great Prince of Hatti, the Great Prince of Hatti shall lay hold of them, and he shall cause that they be brought back to User-maat-Re Setep-en-Re, the great ruler of Egypt. But, as for the man who shall be brought to Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler off Egypt, do not cause that his crime be raised against him; do not cause that his house or his wives or his children be destroyed; do not cause that he be slain; do not cause that injury be done to his eyes, to his ears, to his mouth, or to his legs; do not let any crime be raised against him.

Extradition of Hittites from Egypt

Similarly, if men flee from the land of Hatti–whether he be one or two or three–and they come to User-maat- Re Setep-en-Re, the great ruler of Egypt, let Ramses Meri-Amon, the great ruler of Egypt, lay hold of them and cause that they be brought to the Great Prince of Hatti, and the Great Prince of Hatti shall not raise their crime against them, and they shall not destroy his house or his wives or his children, and they shall not slay him, and they shall not do injury to his ears, to his eyes, to his mouth, or to his legs, and they shall not raise any crime against him.

* Semitic Hebrews were the mercenaries of the Hittites this is the first account the exile in Egypt 1734 BC.   In the 587 BC King Cyrus released the Jewish exiles back to build the second Temple, Jerusalem, 400 BC.  Everything happens in twos. Nobody builds 3 times.

Me I like to keep things simple.  I know from  Quantum physics there is a particle of light that gives all of us life within all of us.  That’s my Father of my thought Creation.  “When knowledge increases the end is near”.

Kings own Nothing but own Everything

Kings have Knowledge and Wisdom

Queens temper the Kings Knowledge and Wisdom