> Don't get your hopes up too high, this is my first
> dip with words instead of symbols!
> It would help if the symbols were there along with
> the translation, as was done in the recently
> released version of The Tale of Surrupak by
> Madelyn Daines . . . Which was meticulously
> documented with references to the Sumerian
> Translation Tables.
> I had to smile on the bit about Yeast Gas . . But
> your latter rendition sounds to me much closer to
> correct. The yeast gas is like a sailor's slang
> dictionary translation, the second far more
> erudite. It smells like the serpent, the poor
> serpent who had all of Creation on her back. But
> creation was the bringing forth of life. My
> humble opinion is she was originally the Panda,
> with the 6 digit hand, and vegan. Thus she
> automatically fulfilled the role of living duality
> giving offering to life, as the Panda has twins,
> but only one survives (in the wild), and the other
> is like an offering back to creation. (Don't
> worry, I am already considered crazy for believing
> Mars is inhabited.)
> I also have opinions on the lexicon of Egypt as
> being derived from the language wiped from the
> Earth with the "FLOOD-(s)".
> If you are familiar with the concept of th
> bicameral mind, and the evolution of reality based
> thinking which is "offered" as an interpretation
> of the two Greek Classics-- the Illiad & the
> Oddesy . . . Then you have some idea of how it
> would be possible for your theory to be more
> correct than you might know. The evolving
> among them could learn to objectify through
> experience, and thus become more than child-like
> If the "servitors of a seeding race" here
> on Earth were not yet evolved to the point of
> having objective based thinking, then their
> language would have completely cradled their
> perspective. As if they were young minds, mostly
> non-reflective, and might be one reason they were
> called the sheep or the flocks in biblical
> I have long considered the language in use during
> the ages of Enki// Enlil to have been exactly such
> a tool, allowing only truth. It is clear they
> held correct understanding in great reverence, it
> is worked through all of their creations.
> OK, I'll spend tonight reading the PYRAMID TEXTS,
> and if the USB had the heiroglyphs on mm it with
> the translation, I'd buy it!
> There is one other thing about the Anunakki being
> depicted as having wings of insects, and something
> like layered grove wear clothing --- (Jomon
> pottery of Japan), as if each layer might be an
> advance to a higher chakra . . .
> Yeast today wins too often (cancer) because the
> human body has no knowledge of Chitin . . . The
> building block of insect life forms! If the body
> understood chitin and could generate chitinase ---
> cancer would not be a billion dollar adventure for
> humanity. Chitin and yeast are the products of
> decay in a biological system no longer living.
> Are we raising the dead, here?
> It may be that this is the top of the chakra
> stack, but insects cannot represent an evolving
> scenaro, being themselves a kind of sheep.
> OK, now you know why I don't write on theae
> topics... forward into greater comprehension.
I actually recognize a lot of your thinking. It mirrors some of mine from long ago but I took another route.
You might be interested in a recent post here. I dropped the hint that post diluvium might refer to the cessation of the flood that built the pyramids.
The world is exceedingly complex and everything is not what it appears. There are threads that seem to run all through "history" and even through the change in the language we call the "tower of babel".
Some of the later utterances are more interesting than the earlier ones but they all form a whole.
Quite a few people interested in chakras have found my work interesting. I do believe there is some connection with Indian thinking but I can't find it.
It's a little unwieldy but here are the glyphs; [www3.lib.uchicago.edu]