Dilmun to Z ... Creation ... Gods with Water Buckets
Look at what Dilmun is holding. Then go to Banana Umbilical.
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Sunday December 14, 2008 - Crystalinks' stats reflect that readers are guided to research Nibiru again with links to Reptilians and Creation. References to reptilians, snakes, dragons, etc. are a metaphor for DNA - and in most cases the humanity as a biogenetic experiment.
Never forget that Quetzalcoatl was also Reptilian in appearance - one and the same - and you know where Q takes us - (Quetzalcoatl - 2012)
Dilmun, a Reptilian in appearance and the main creator (progenitor) of this program, has returned to my life. When he showed up, I remembered George seeing me morph into a reptilian recently. Dilmun does not see me as human. He explained that I appear in reptilian form to him and considers me his primary partner. At this time, one could say he is activating my DNA, but that is probably the wrong explanation for what is actually occurring between Dilmun and I. His return, after many years, is another indicator that the program will soon close. He has stated that he will remain here until that point in time.
As a creator plays out his final scenarios, I find it interesting that the ancient city of Dilmun, which is present day Bahrain, takes us to the Persia Gulf Area and majestic Dubai. FYI .. Zarathustra (Zoroaster, Z) was the Persian Prophet.
Many archetypes overlap in the merry old land of Ur (Earth) where once upon a time a program was set in motion.
Dilmun and Mythology - Wikipedia
Dilmun is also described in the epic story of Enki and Ninhursag as the site at which the Creation occurred. Ninlil, the Sumerian goddess of air and south wind had her home in Dilmun. It is also featured in the Epic of Gilgamesh, and has been speculated to be the true location of the Garden of Eden. However, in the early epic "Enmerkar and the Lord of Aratta", the main events, which center on Enmerkar's construction of the ziggurats in Uruk and Eridu, are described as taking place in a world "before Dilmun had yet been settled".
To date (2008) archaeology has failed to find a site in existence from 3300 B.C.(Uruk IV) to 556 B.C. (Neo-Babylonian Era) when Dilmun (Telmun) appears in texts. Despite the scholarly consensus that Dilmun encompasses three locations:
Howard-Carter (1987) realizing that these three locations possess no archaeological evidence of a settlement dating 3300-2300 B.C., has proposed that Dilmun of this era might be a still unidentified tell near the Shat al-Arab between modern-day Qurnah and Basra in modern day Iraq. In favor of Howard-Carter's proposal she noted that this area does lie to the east of Sumer ("where the sun rises") and the riverbank Dilmun's maidens were accosted at by Enki (he reaching out of marsh) would align with the Shat al-Arab which is in the midst of marshes.
The "mouth of the rivers" where Dilmun was said to lie is for her the union of the Tigris and Euphrates at Qurnah. "Kurna, Gourna, Qurna or Qurnah (signifies "a promontory" or "a point of a mountain") is the name of three villages located near the Theban Hills on the West Bank of the River Nile opposite the modern city of Luxor in Egypt. The three villages are Qurna, Sheikh 'Adb el-Qurna and New Qurna. Their history is throughout interconnected."
So this is why I had to fly over the area in a hot air balloon December 10, 2000.
I find it an interesting creational metaphor that the Lost Paradise of Dilmun is a Theme Water Park. "The Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park claims to be the biggest in the Middle East. The lush green oasis has waterfalls, submarine caves and even raging rivers. The high-tech aquatic rides have been set in a landscape aiming to recapture the ancient history of Bahrain by integrating the Dilmun period into the park's theme. Dilmun is the setting of the Sumerian creation myth and is described as "the place where the sun rises". According to legend it was here that Ziusudra, the hero of the Sumerian flood, was taken by the gods and given eternal life." (I believe this is a metaphor for the end of this program.)
"This is the origin of our Christmas holiday, December 25th, and the Roman Catholic Church kindly replaced the Babylonian goddess Ishtar and her baby, Marduk, with Mary and baby Jesus. This pagan origin explains why Christmas is so well received by ignorant Christians and pagans around the world - it is rooted in 5,000 year old paganism."
What's that in front of Orion? Forty kilometers north of Kahta, Turkey, lies Mount Nemrut, a mountain adorned with the fragments of vast statues built over 2000 years ago. The stone sculptures once stood nearly 10 meters high and depicted lions, eagles, various ancient gods, and King Antiochus I Theos, who ruled Commagene from 86 BC to 38 BC. Ruins of the bodies of several sitting figures are visible on the hill above, illuminated by moonlight. Zeus' head can be found near the above image's center, while the king's head is seen next closest to the horizon. Visible far in the distance in this image, taken three months ago, is the familiar constellation of Orion. The red patch just below Orion's belt is the Orion Nebula, while the bright star to the left of Orion is Sirius. On the far left, a red and brightening horizon announces that the Sun is beginning to rise.
Mount Nemrut lies 40km north of Kahta, near Ad×yaman in the Taurus Mountains. In 62 BC, King Antiochus I Theos of Commagene built on the mountain top a tomb-sanctuary flanked by huge statues (8-9 meters high) of himself, two lions, two eagles and various Greek, Armenian and Persian gods, such as Hercules-Vahagn, Zeus-Aramazd or Oromasdes (associated with the Persian god Ahura Mazda the god of Zoroaster), Tyche, and Apollo-Mithras. These statues were once seated, with names of each god inscribed on them. The heads of the statues are now scattered throughout the site; the pattern of damage to the heads (notably to noses) suggests that they were deliberately damaged because of belief in iconoclasm.
Zoroastrianism is the religion and philosophy based on the teachings ascribed to the prophet Zoroaster (Zarathustra, Zartosht). Mazdaism is the religion that acknowledges the divine authority of Ahura Mazda, proclaimed by Zoroaster.
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