And I have the temerity to believe that the language I translate in my book is the key. I call it Sumerian for convenience. The Sumerian texts, riddles, proverbs that are prised open with this method refer to subjects that go way beyond the boundaries of Mesopotamia – in time and in place.
Please believe that it’s not a question of ego – I’m a very private type - but too important to allow myself to be completely ignored. I'm very grateful to Graham Hancock for having given me at least this platform to make contact. See my last post on the ‘welcome’ message here. You might find part of it interesting.
I intend to post something Sumero-Egyptian about the lioness in a day or two, probably on the Mysteries board. Keep up the good work.
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