Who She Really Was

November 15, 2020

The open-ended nature of the Lilith symbol has allowed different groups to use her as a destructive female symbol or a symbol of female power. Many feminists see Lilith as not only the first woman but also the first independent woman created. In the creation story, she refuses to allow Adam to dominate her and flees the garden despite the consequences. In order to retain her freedom she must give up her children and in retaliation, she steals the seed of Adam. In one account of this story, Lilith is said to “mount Adam” This version of the story implies that Lilith sexually violated Adam; however, other stories portray Lilith as a demoness who kills children and takes advantage of men while they are sleeping. Jewish halakhic law forbids the spilling of a man’s seed and Lilith takes advantage of this, during masturbation and erotic dreams, and uses it to replenish her own offspring.

Back in 1906, through 1923 a number of eminent Sumerologists translated and published a lot of Sumerian cylinder seals. Unfortunately, this work continues to be ignored by the “proper” establishment, the “historians and theologians”, why? Because the Sumerian record predates the bible and, threatens the church’s power, and will expose the lies they maintain to hold on to that power.

We are really going to sink our teeth in to this; we are going back in time to the original dawn of awareness and enlightenment, the age of Adam. We are visiting with the Nephilim, the Elohim, as the An-unna-ki were known in the Canaanite and Hebrew tradition. These lofty ones who from heaven to earth came, had a Court of the Most High, the prototype of the court attended by Jehovah (Psalm 82) and its president was the Lord of the Sky, King Anu. Its main role was the appointing of kings, it too was a court of justice, and operated by democratic vote. As an appointment or judgment was agreed upon, members would signify their assent by saying the word haem, meaning, “so be it”. This word would eventually become the Hebrew “amen”, the word’s Egyptian origin related to Amen – Ra – Marduk, and to something hidden or concealed.

King Anu had two sons, Enlil (IIu) Lord of the Air, whose mother was Ki, and Enki (Ea) Lord of the Earth and Waters whose mother was Antu. Enki – means “archtype” had two wives, the goddess Damkina, and his half-sister Nin-kharsag, which means Mountain Queen, she was also known as The Lady of Life or Nin-mah, the Great Lady. Enlil too was espoused to Nin-kharsag; their child was Ninurta, alternatively, Ningirsu – The Mighty Hunter. Enlil’s other wife Ninlil (Sud) bore him Nanna (Suen) – The Bright One. Nanna married Ningal, and this union gave us Inanna (Ishtar), who almost married Enki’s lad, the Sheppard king, Dumu-zi; where we find him Tammuz in Ezekiel 8:15.It is this well recorded wedding ceremony that the Hieros Gamos – the Sacred Marriage, of the kings of Judah, later evolved. Another son of Enlil and Ninlil’s was Nergal, alternatively Meslamtaea, his wife was Eresh-Kigal, the daughter of Nanna and Ningal, their daughter is of course, the legendary Lilith, the handmaiden of Inanna.

Although not stated in the Bible, the Mark of Cain is doubtlessly the oldest recorded Grant of Arms in recorded history. It is in principle, a graphic representation of kingship. The Hebrews called it Malkhut, which stems from the Akkadian malku´, which means sovereign. The orb is emblematic of the womb and represents the waters of enlightenment, and the maternal aspects of kingship. The orb is associated with Enki, who was called Lord of the Sacred Eye. Malkhut is seen as matrilinear through Tiamat and Lilith.  Cain, or more correctly, ayin is better associated with “blackness” – nothingness by alchemists, who associate it with the cerebellum, the posterior of the brain, where underneath is located the pineal gland, the seat of the third eye. The word alchemy is Arabic and Egyptian al – (the) and khame – (blackness). Alchemy is defined as the science that provides enlightenment through intuitive perception.

Seeing how the mark of Cain is both male/female, we can assign to it also, the lunar female menstruation, which is life’s purest and most potent life force, and is venerated as star fire. The hermetic symbol of the mark of Cain, the kamala of the Indian mystics and the tribindu of the oriental schools have Cain as, Q’ayin, which we derive the Venus symbol, a symbol attributed to Isis, Nin-kharsag, and Lilith, and Kali as well. All who are said to be black but beautiful. (Song of Solomon 1:5) Both Lilith and Kali are titular names, with Kali from kala – the female menstruation cycle. Nin-kharsag was the ultimate Lady of Life; hers was the genus, the true beginning of the grail bloodline. Without her training in CRSPR technologies, we would not exist. Q’ayin also means “smith”, as in blade-smith; a required skill of the early grail kings. Most names in the bible are descriptive appellations rather than real personal names. Q’ayin was an artificer of metals of the highest order – gold, as were his descendants, particularly Tubal-cain (Genesis 4:22), who is revered in scientific freemasonry. He was the holder of Plutonic theory, knowledge of action of internal heat, which you would really need to know when transmuting gold in to its monatomic state mfkzt.  Q’ayin was the master metallurgist who we encounter in the court of El Elyon, Enki. Q’ayin clearly was not his real name, so who was he? Sumerian history refers to him as, Ar-wi-um, King of Kish, the son of Masda and successor to King Atabba – the Adama. He was also the ancestral forbear of the Magian spiritual master Zarathustra –Zoroaster. Ar-wi-um is related to the Hebrew word awwim, which denotes serpents.

It would seem that racism existed from Adam’s day. Lilith was of pure Annunaki stock and she refused to be Adam’s wife or consort, although he was a king. She much preferred to be her uncle Enki’s lover, preferring incest to having the opportunity to rear and guide the path of those first Grail kings. Enki- Samuel and Lilith will always be referred to as the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil.

Published by kristuzac

Editor: Christopher Grout Contributing Editor: The ”Nanny”

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