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Cosmic Collision with
The Celestial Battle
"Now this is the account of the Celestial Battle,
And how the Earth had come to be, and of Nibiru's destiny.
The lord went forth, his fated course he followed,
Toward the raging Tiamat he set his face, a spell with his lips he uttered."
Psalms 89:6 rewrite -- "For who in the heaven can be compared unto the Lord?-- 8 O Lord of hosts, who is a strong Lord like unto thee? -- 9Thou rulest the raging of the sea: when the waves thereof arise, thou stillest them."
"As a cloak for protection he the Pulsar and the Emitter put on;
With a fearsome radiance his head was crowned.
On the right he posted the Smiter, on his left the Repeller he placed.
The seven winds, his host of helpers, like a storm he sent forth;
Toward the raging Tiamat he was rushing, clamoring for battle."
As in the Biblical rewrite, the symbolism is that of a Person, the "Lord" going into battle. In the actual cosmic event it was a planet, the planet Nibiru, rushing through space in a course set by destiny, to collide with another planet, then called Tiamat. Both planets are surrounded by moons and are exerting gravitational pull towards everything that come near to them.
" The gods (constellations) thronged about him,
then from his path they departed,
To scan Tiamat and her helpers (moons) alone he was advancing,
The scheme of Kingu (major moon), her host's commander, to conceive.
When he saw valiant Kingu, blurred became his vision;
As he gazed upon the monsters his direction was distracted,
His course became upset, his doings were confused."
Here the authors of the Sumerian history, as dictated by the rulers and scientists of Nibiru, are trying to both visualize and convey to their listeners the havoc being caused by the gravitational forces of all these moons and planets now in close proximity with each other.
"Tiamat's band (her group of moons) tightly her encircled,
with terror they trembled.
Tiamat to her roots gave a shudder, a mighty roar she emitted;
On Nibiru she cast a spell, engulfed him with her charms.
The issue between them was joined, the battle was unavoided!
Face to face they came, Tiamat and Nibiru;
against each other they were advancing.
They for battle approached, they pressed on for single combat."
" The Lord spread his net, to encompass her he cast it; ( gravity net)
With fury Tiamat cried out, like one possessed she lost her senses.
The Evil Wind, which had been behind him, Nibiru drove forward,
in her face he let it loose;
"She opened her mouth the Evil Wind to swallow,
but could not close her lips.
The Evil Wind charged into her belly,
into her innards it made its way.
Her innards were howling, her body was distended,
her mouth was open wide.
Through the opening Nibiru shot a brilliant arrow,
a lightning most divine."
"It pierced her innards, her belly it tore apart;
It tore into her womb, it split apart her heart.
Hiving subdued her, her life-breath he extinguished.
The lifeless body Nibiru surveyed,
like a slaughtered carcass Tiamat now was.
Beside their lifeless mistress, her eleven helpers (moons)
trembled with terror;
In Nibiru's net they were captured, unable they were to flee."
Here the scientists and rulers are explaining why their planet had so many moons, while earth had only one. Earth had lost most of her former moons to Nibiru as it passed by during the "Cosmic Battle."
"Kingu, who by Tiamat was made the host's chief, was among them.
The Lord put him in fetters, to his lifeless mistress he bound him.
He wrested from Kingu the Tablets of Destinies, unrightly to him given,
Stamped it with his own seal,
fastened the Destiny to his own chest.
The others of Tiamat's band as captives he bound,
in his circuit he them ensnared.
He trampled them underfoot, cut them up to pieces.
He bound them all to his circuit; to turn around he made them,
backward to course."
Here the scientists and rulers of the planet Nibiru, whose astronauts long after the "Cosmic Battle" achieved the capability to visit all their moons, and also other planets, are giving their own theory of why some of these moons rotated in the opposite direction from others.
" From the Place of the Battle Nibiru then departed,
To the gods who had him appointed the victory to announce.
He made a circuit about Apsu, to Kishar and Anshar he journeyed."
Apsu: Primordial progenitor of the solar system, the Sun
Kishar: The planet we call Jupiter
Anshar: The planet we call Saturn
"Gaga came to greet him, as a herald to the others he now journeyed.
Beyond An and Antu, Nibiru to the abode in the deep proceeded."
Gaga: The moon of Anshar (Saturn) that after Nibiru's passage became the planet Pluto
An: The planet we call Uranus
Antu: Early name of the planet we call Neptune
"The fate of lifeless Tiamat and of Kingu he then considered,
To Tiamat, whom he had subdued, the Lord Nibiru then returned.
He made his way to her, paused to view her lifeless body;
To artfully divide the monster in his heart he was planning.
Then, as a mussel, into two parts he split her,
her chest from her lower parts he separated.
Her inner channels he cut apart, her golden veins he beheld with wonder.
Trodding upon her hinder part,
the Lord her upper part completely severed.
The North Wind, his helper, from his side he summoned,
To thrust away the severed head the Wind he commanded,
in the void to place it.
Nibiru's Wind upon Tiamat then hovered,
sweeping upon her gushing waters."
Genesis 1:2 rewrite: "And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God (KJV) -- ["wind from God" Jewish TANAKH] moved upon the face of the waters."
"Nibiru shot a lightning, to North Wind he gave a signal;
In a brilliance was Tiamat's upper part to a region unknown carried.
With her the bound Kingu was also exiled,
of the severed part a companion to be."
North Wind: One of Nibiru's satellite-moons.
Kingu: Tiamat's principle satellite; Earth's moon after the Celestial Battle
"The hinder part's fate Nibiru then considered:
As an everlasting trophy of the battle he wished it to be,
A constant reminder in the heavens, the Place of the Battle to enshrine.
With his mace the hinder part he smashed to bits and pieces,"
Then strung them together as a band to form a Hammered Bracelet."
Psalms 89:10 rewrite: "Thou hast broken Rahab in pieces, as one that is slain; thou has scattered thine enemies with thy strong arm." And in Isaiah 51:9 "Awake, awake, put on thy strength, O arm of the Lord; awake, as in the ancient days, in the generations of old. Art thou not it that hath cut Rahab, and wounded the dragon?"
"Locking them together, as watchmen he stationed them,
A Firmament to divide the waters from the waters.
The Upper Waters above the Firmament from
the Waters Below it he separated;
Artful works Nibiru thus fashioned."
Genesis 1:6,7 rewrite: "And God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters. And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so."
"The Lord then crossed the heavens to survey the regions;
From Apsu's quarter (near the sun) to the abode of Gaga (Pluto) he
measured the dimensions.
The edge of the Deep Nibiru then examined,
toward his birthplace he cast his gaze.
"He paused and hesitated; then to the Firmament, the Place of the Battle,
slowly he returned.
Passing again in Apsu's region, of the Sun's missing spouse he
thought with remorse.
He gazed upon Tiamat's wounded half,
to her Upper Part he gave attention.
The waters of life, her bounty, from the wounds were still pouring,
Her golden veins Apsu's rays were reflecting.
The Seed of Life, his Creator's legacy, Nibiru then remembered.
When he trod on Tiamat, when he split her asunder,
to her the seed he surely imparted!
"He addressed words to Apsu, to him thus saying:
With your warming rays, to the wounds give healing!
Let the broken part new life be given, in your family as a daughter to be,
Let the waters to one place be gathered, let firm land appear!
By Firm Land let her be called, Ki henceforth her name to be!
Genesis 1:9,10 rewrite: "And God said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear; and it was so. And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he Seas: and God saw that it was good."
"Apsu to the words of Nibiru gave heed:
Let the Earth join my family,
Ki, Firm Land of the Below, let Earth her name henceforth be!
By her turning let there day and night be;
in the days my healing rays to her I shall provide.
"Let Kingu be a creature of the night,
to shine at night I shall appoint him
Earth's companion, the Moon forever to be!
Genesis 1:16 rewrite: "And God made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night; he made the stars also."
"Nibiru the words of Apsu with satisfaction heard.
He crossed the heavens and surveyed the regions,
To the gods who had him elevated he granted permanent stations,
Their circuits he destined that none shall transgress
nor fall short of each other. (the 12 Zodiac constellations)
He strengthened the heavenly locks, gates on both sides he established.
An outermost abode he chose for himself,
beyond Gaga were its dimensions.
The great circuit to be his destiny he beseeched Apsu for him to decree.
All the gods spoke up from their stations: (the 12 Zodiac constellations)
Let Nibiru's sovereignty be surpassing!
Most radiant of the gods he is, let him truly the Son of the Sun be!
From his quarter Apsu gave his blessing:
Nibiru shall hold the crossing of Heaven and Earth;
Crossing shall be his name!
The gods shall cross over neither above nor below;
He shall hold the central position,
the shepherd of the gods he shall be.
A Shar shall be his circuit; that his destiny will forever be!
Great circuit: Orbit of Nibiru aeound the sun.
Nibiru: Home planet of the Anunaki, became 12th member of the solar system after the Celestial Battle
Crossing: Another name for the planet Nibiru
Shar; Orbital period of Nibiru; 3600 years
picture above shows Tiamat, the planet which existed before the
"Celestial Battle", the "Mother" of our earth,
personified as a dragon or serpent -- being "attacked" by Nibiru,
another planet, personified as a "god". Other gods in the
picture can be identified by their roles in this Sumerian creation story.
This picture was made by rolling a cylinder seal made of a hard stone,
possibly a gem stone, upon soft clay, which may then be baked after
something else was written on the same clay tablet, usually in cuneiform
writing that looked like this:
It is my goal in this series of pages not to prove the Bible
"wrong" but to fill in some details that the Bible's authors
left out because they judged them unsuitable for those
they saw as their target
congregation or audience --
and to re-interpret some symbolism and parables for
a more modern and better educated group of readers.