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Sudden sunset on the Sumerians
The mysterious appearance of the Sumerian civilization nearly 6000 years ago is completely echoed by its sudden death. The circumstances that led to this sudden disappearance are, generally speaking, obscured in all history books. They tell us that this magnificent civilization acquired a rival in the neighboring and equally mysterious Akkadian empire, and that around 2000 BC. and the Sumerians and the Acadians disappeared for no particular reason. Then we are told that two new civilizations, Babylonian and Assyrian, emerge from nowhere to rule Mesopotamia. With such tremendous simplification, the question is left alone.
And since there is really a wealth of evidence describing the Sumerian sunset, then why doesn’t that evidence appear in the history books?
The answer is that the nature of the ultimate misfortune that has killed Sumerians has confused them just as much as it is confused by modern scholars. The Sumerian description of the great misery is so strange that it is usually regarded as mythology and thrown aside. The archeological fact, however, is that Schumer’s disappearance happened suddenly.
In 1985, Zacharia Satchin proposed an acceptable scenario for the use of nuclear weapons in the West in Sumer at a time that coincided with its mysterious sunset. 1 We will deal with this scenario at an opportune moment, but in the meantime, let us accept Sutchin’s assertion that the Sumerians were destroyed by a nuclear explosion. Evidence of this is contained in various texts known as “complaints” about the destruction of various Sumerian cities. The following translation was posted by the most sophisticated Sumerian specialist, Professor Samuel Kramer: 2
“The earth (of Sumer) was littered with a disaster unknown to man; one that has never been encountered before, one that cannot be countered. A huge storm from the sky … A storm destroying the earth … A wicked whirlwind, like a thunderstorm … A murderous storm, followed by hot heat … In broad daylight, it deprived the earth of the bright sun … at dusk the stars did not rise … People, terrified, could hardly be they take their breath; The ominous wind gripped them firmly, not even giving them the next day… The mouth was filled with blood, heads covered with blood… The face was flushed with the Malignant Whirlwind.
He caused the towns to be depopulated, the houses abandoned by their inhabitants; the barns were emptied, the barns emptied… He made the Sumer rivers flow with bitter water; the cultivated fields were overgrown with weeds, the pastures grew deadly plants. ”
The nature of the disaster was such that even the gods were powerless to resist it. One tile called “Wail for Uruk” states:
“Thus all their gods are evacuated by Uruk; they kept themselves from him; They hid in the mountains, fled to distant plains. ” 3 In another text, called the Cry of Eridu, Enki and his wife, Ninki, also fled from their town of Eridu:” Ninki, his great mistress, flying like a bird, left her city …
Lord Enki stood out of town … To the evil fate of his ruined city he shed bitter tears. ” 4 Many Sumerian” mournful “tiles have been discovered and translated over the last century, including in Uruk, Eridu, Ur and Nipur. These tiles suggest that all cities have experienced the same phenomenon at the same time. However, there is no mention of military action either – a topic Sumerian chroniclers were well aware of. On the contrary, a malignant event is not “destruction” but “devastation”. A scientist, Thorkild Jacobsen, concluded that Sumer had been struck not by invaders but by a stunning catastrophe that was “really puzzling”. 5
As mentioned above, what pierced Sumer was a “vicious whirlwind” that brought about an invisible “death-like” spirit that had never been encountered before. No wonder the case was a nuclear explosion. What are the alternatives? Could this have been an unprecedented killer disease? How much should this remain as a probability? Sumerian detailed descriptions of the water that became bitter, the people vomiting blood, the effects on both animals and humans do not suggest that it was a disease of any kind known to us today.
Moreover, several mournful texts, such as those cited above, describe the “storm” that accompanied the invisible “spirit.” Those who survived the invisible fall of radioactive particles from a nuclear explosion could certainly not find better terms to describe it. Let’s now look at the evidence for such an explosion.
Sodom and Gomorrah
The biblical parable of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah by fire and sulfur is familiar to most of us. But how many take it literally? Like many major events in human history, the parable was reduced to “myth” or religious symbolism. However, the biblical description in Genesis 18-19 speaks of a pre-planned, controlled act by God that made no distinction between humans and plants in the plain. It was a real event, as evidenced by the description of the dense smog rising from the ground the next morning.
If we take the Sodom and Gomorrah story as a testimony, there was an explosion of such magnitude that it could be compared to the use of nuclear weapons in Hiroshima and Nagazaki in 1945.
This parable is treated as a myth because our paradigms do not allow the existence of nuclear weapons four thousand years ago. It is very tempting to ignore the parable at the expense of the explanation of Lot’s wife, who turned back and became a “pillar of salt.” However, it does not sound so unacceptable when we learn that several scientific studies have suggested that the term “salt” has been mistranslated. If we were able to read the Sumerian version of the event, we would find the word “NIMUR” meaning “salt” and “steam” at the same time. 6 As a result, Lot’s wife may have become a “pillar of steam.”
Several antique texts have already been found that coincide with the Bible story, but precede it. These descriptions provide us with additional details of the situation that are missing from the Old Testament. One of the earliest Sumerian texts clearly resembles the biblical destruction of sinful cities by fire and sulfur:
“The Lord is the Wonderworker who burned Satan; who destroy the disobedient land; who eradicates life from the followers of the Sinful Word; who poured stones and fire sinners. 7
Who were the “rebellious sinners” and what was the “Sinful Word” that they followed? The full significance of the unhappiness in Sodom and Gomorrah was awakened in detail by the Zaharna Satchin research in 1985. 8
The situation in Sodom and Gomorr has stirred a heated debate over the right of the god Marduk to return to his city of Babylon and accept the rule of the gods. While Marduk’s father, Enki, defended his first-born son’s rights, the other gods vehemently opposed each other for reasons that would become clear at that moment. A god named Herra swore to use force against Marduk. A lengthy text known as the Epic for Herra 9 describes what happened after Angry Herra left the gods’ council with a threatening promise:
“I will destroy the earth; I will make them ashes; I will shake the cities, I will make them desolate; I will even the mountains with the earth; their animals will disappear; I will stir up the seas; I will destroy that which abounds there; will make people disappear; I will turn their souls into steam; no one will be pardoned … ” 10
The gods, embroiled in a dispute, ask Anu to resolve the conflict. Anu agreed to use seven powerful weapons to attack Marduk, but Gibil, Marduk’s brother, warned him of Herra’s plan:
“Those seven, the mountain they inhabit, they live in a cave in the ground. From this place with brilliance they will rush forward, from Earth to Heaven, in terror. “”
A god named Ishum, meaning “Carrying Something That Money,” was then instructed to join Herra in the Lower World (Africa), load the cannons, and direct them toward their purposes. Zaharna Satchin recognized in this god Ninurta. 12 As Enlil’s son from his half-sister Ninharsag, Ninurta was a direct rival to Marduk, Enki’s son. As for Herra, there is no doubt that this god was Nergal, often described in ancient texts as the “fierce king”, the “abuser”, and the meaningful “the one who burns”, the god of war and hunting and the carrier of the plague. 13
It was Herra / Nergal, Marduk’s angry and jealous brother, who took on the most aggressive role, vowing not only to smash Marduk and his associates, but also his son Nabu. Herra suggested that weapons be used against the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, where Marduk and his son Nabu were thought to be hiding, and for reasons that would later be clarified, against the space center in Sinai itself:
“From city to city I will send an emissary (weapon); the son, the seed of his father, will not escape; his mother’s laughter will break …
He will not gain access to the place of the gods; the place where the Great are exalted, I will shift its layers. ” 14
Ninurta tried to reassure Herr in words almost identical to those used by Abraham to God in the Bible: “Heroic Herra, will you destroy the righteous with the wicked? Will you destroy those who have sins against you, along with those who have not sinned? ” 5
After the plan was agreed, two of the gods carried out the crushing attack – Ishum to the Space Center and Herra to Sodom and Gomorrah:
“Ishum set off to the Most Majestic Mountain; the highest of the seven, without such darkness, followed him.
To the Mountain – The Most Majestic Arrived; he raised his hand. The mountain was shattered.
The plain along the Most Majestic Mountain then he destroyed; in the woods its stem did not even stand upright. And then, imitating Ishum, Herra walked down the Royal Highway. He finished the cities, he condemned them to despair. In the mountains hungry pestilence brought their animals to extinction. 16
The texts of Hedorlaomer 17 confirm the details of the Epic for Herra and summarize the destruction:
“He who burns with fire, and the one of the sinister whirlwind, have done their evil deed together. The two made the gods escape, made them escape from burning. What rose to Anu to shoot, they made him die, his face faded, his place they made desolate. ” 18
According to the Epic for Herra, the attack by Herra not only destroyed the satanic cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, but also created the Dead Sea, as we know it today:
“He dug the sea, he divided his integrity. What he lived there, the crocodiles even, caused him to die, because he burned the animal with fire, and cursed their ashes to become ashes. 19
Have crocodiles ever lived in the Dead Sea? It is no coincidence that nine hundred years earlier Gilgamesh had been warned not to touch the “waters of death” when his boat reached the far west shore of 20 “The Sea of Waters of Death.” Today, it is known as the Dead Sea for a variety of reasons – because its salt concentration is so high that no marine life can survive.
Where did the events of Sodom and Gomorrah occur? The Bible clearly defines the Sodom Valley as the Salt Sea, suggesting that where the waters now spill, there was once a valley. 21 Contemporary directors claim that the destroyed cities were indeed once located in the Dead Sea area, drawing this conclusion from Greek and Roman historians who claimed that the valley was flooded after the event. It is no coincidence that in Hebrew the name Gomor means “immersion”, nor is the Bible referring to the Dead Sea as to the Sea of / Crab – the last Hebrew term means “dried or burned”, thus perpetuating the attack. 22 Can all these sources be false?
In particular, scientists determine the location of the vicious cities in the southern Dead Sea, which is still called the Lot’s Sea, in memory of a man who has been allowed to escape misfortune. The Bible offers a number of further testimonies that nail down the exact place: descriptions of salt, bitumen, and tar pits, all of which coincide with the southern Dead Sea. 23 First, this area still exists – a lifeless, salt marsh. And second, to this day, pieces of bitumen are still floating on the surface of the Dead Sea, which is why it was called “Asphalt Lake” in ancient times. In addition, the southeastern coast of the Dead Sea is indeed “well-watered” and rich in vegetation, according to the biblical description.
What physical evidence could confirm that a nuclear explosion took place in the Dead Sea in ancient times? Dead Sea geology is unusual. It is divided into two parts by a huge peninsula called Lysan (the “Language”) that reaches two miles to the west coast. North of Lyson, the Dead Sea is 1,310 feet deep, the lowest point in the world without sea access. To the south, in stark contrast, the water is shallow – the depth varies from three to fifteen feet. Could this unusual geological feature be attributed to an explosion that disturbed the original Lyson and caused it to sink beneath the former dry “valley of fertile fields”?
Even today, unusual levels of radioactivity are detected in the waters of springs around the southernmost edges of the Dead Sea. One study confirms that this radioactivity was high enough to “cause infertility and related disasters for animals and humans who have ingested it for many years” 24 . Further evidence of an explosion has been uncovered by the declining Dead Sea level, which has fallen from 1280 to 1340 feet below sea level in recent years. 25 The shrinking of its surface range revealed bizarre creases, described by one observer as “almost architecturally made rock gaps”. 26
And what about the high concentration of salt, almost five times above normal? It is, in fact, caused by the absence of any exit from the Dead Sea other than vapors. Six and a half million tonnes of fresh water are pumped daily from the Jordan River and eroded natural salt from the bottom of the Dead Sea, which cannot be evaporated, which increases the salt concentration in the water. But here’s a weird fact. In October 1993, it was announced that Israeli and German scientists would try to extract samples from sedimentary rocks beneath the Dead Sea using state-of-the-art drilling technology. Previous attempts had failed due to the extremely hard layer of salt rock, just a few feet below sea level! 27 What unusual phenomenon could form a salt rock crust so rigid that modern technology is fighting a fierce battle to overcome it?
Now let’s move south to even more dramatic evidence of ancient nuclear weapons. Sugar Satchin has revealed a huge geological marker on the Sinai Peninsula, exactly where the space center of the gods should be. 28 This mark is visible from the heavenly heights above Earth and is a mysterious white patch. Following Sitchin’s assertion, I got a close-up satellite image of this mark, covering an area of 112 x 112 miles. While the thousands of thin lines are wadis (dry riverbeds in the desert), there is no scientific explanation for the bright scar (located to the left of the middle) that was ever offered.
Moreover, millions of charcoal stones scattered across tens of miles were found in East Sinai. These stones are no doubt unnatural. The expeditions to the Nelson Gluck Sinai in 1950 shed light on the existence of numerous smoky rocks scattered on the landscape. 29Most recently, these rocks have attracted the attention of Emmanuel Anati, who was intrigued by the area because of his interest in rock art. After her first expedition in 1955, Anati made several field trips to the Har Karkom (Jebel Ideid) area, a sacred mountain from the third millennium BC. His book, The Mountain of the Lord, tells of many rounded river stones, several feet in diameter, on which ancient travelers have carved various signs and symbols (Figure 45). Anati’s photos clearly show that the rocks are charred on only 30 surfaces.
Emmanuel Anati also describes the huge mountain range of Har Karkom, completely covered with pieces of black stone known as the Hamada. In some places the hamad was cleared in ancient times to form the so-called “hut circles”.
Again, photos of Anati show that the charred stones represent a thin surface layer. The ground below is a solid surface, colored in light brown, which, from the aerial reflections of sunlight, results in the appearance of bright white patches.
What can geologists say about the charcoal rocks in Sinai? They suggest that the rocks represent a volcanic rock, but this cannot be because no volcanoes exist anywhere near the Sinai. These stones are an anomaly – something impossible that cannot be explained by conventional science. In connection with the pre-perceived “impossibility” of nuclear weapons, four thousand years ago, the debate reached a dead end.
But it cannot be denied that the black charred rocks are there in Sinai, as is the huge sign. The only possible explanation is the one suggested by Zaharna Sutchin – an unnatural explosion. In this context, every thing begins to make sense. The indisputable physical evidence not only confirms the reliability of the Epic for Herra, but also the credibility of all the other evidence in Chapter 8 that reveals Sinai as the geographical location of the space center!
Chronologically, the destruction of the Space Center, Sodom and Gomorrah, and the Sumerian Sunset – all of which can be linked together and date back to around 2000 BC. (the era of Abraham). The Sumerian wailing clearly connects the “sinister wind” with the events in Sinai through its explanations of “a huge storm sent by Anu”, “a storm caused by lightning” and by the statement “it was born in the west”. 31 The Dead Sea and the Sinai Space Center are indeed located west of Sumer. Other descriptions refer mainly to Sinai: “from the midst of the mountain she descended above the earth, from the plain of the” merciless “she came.” 32It remains only to offer a satisfactory explanation of the question, “Why did the gods allow such extraordinary power to be used?” where God Marduk attempted to restore the Flood City destruction in Sumer.
The Tower of Babel
In previous trays, I have already described the laws of the Boggs that caused such deep hatred between the two Enki brothers and Enlil, and subsequently between their respective heirs. Even before the Flood, when the Earth was redistributed, territorial disputes arose that provoked a fierce war on the gods, evidence of which we have already seen in the Great Pyramid and Jebel Barkal.
As a result of the war, the rule between the gods fell to Enlil and in particular to his firstborn son Ninurth. At an opportune moment, when the flood had receded sufficiently from the plains between the Tiger and the Euphrates, the gods decided to restore the ancient cities there to their original locations. But this territory has now been given under the command of the gods Enlilit. From the Enkiites only Enki, according to a preliminary agreement, was allowed to rebuild his city before the Flood (Eridu). Marduk also insisted on rebuilding his city from the period before the Flood – Babylon, but he had no understanding.
It turns out that the biblical description of the Tower of Babel has its roots in this conflict. 33 Marduk as the chief god of Babylon in later times was the likely culprit, but what was the nature of the Tower? Recall from Chapter 6 that “shem” rather means “celestial vehicle” rather than “name.” Let us now re-examine what Marduk’s followers intended by revising the translation of the Bible scripture:
“Come on, let’s build a city with a tower that reaches to the heavens, 34 so that we can make a scheme.” Now it is clear that Marduk’s plans were both ambitious and contradictory. Moreover, Zaharna Satchin clarified the existence of a text from Akkad, which completely coincides with the biblical description of what happened afterwards. 35 Various events throughout the text confirm that Marduk was a rebel, while the most widely used version identifies the biblical “God” as Enlil, who:
“At their fortress tower, at night, he put an end to it. In his anger he poured out an order: to be scattered far away was his decision. He gave the order to confuse their plans. … He drew the thought out of his mind. ” 36
Indeed, it is not entirely clear whether the languages of mankind were altered during this incident, but the Akkadian parable does confirm that Marduk’s people were scattered. However, in contrast to the general perception of the biblical description, the Tower of Babel must be considered here as a purely local incident that only affected a relatively small group of people.
What was the chronology of the case of the Tower of Babel? Zaharna Satchin dates it shortly before Marduk’s return to his native Egyptian lands, where he was known as Ra (Re). The last event can be very close to dating back to 3450 BC, the time when Egypt entered a period of 350 years of chaos, before the beginning of its civilization in 3100 BC. 37 The incident in Babylon was certainly not earlier than that of the first Sumerian cities of Erid and Nipur. In this way we can put it with some certainty between 3800-3450 BC.
Following the war of the gods in which Marduk led the Enkiite forces, one of the terms of the peace treaty put his pacifist-minded brother Thoth in Egypt’s possession. Since then, Thoth had ceded power many times, allowing various gods and demigods to rule the country. The insulted to death Marduk had a convenient opportunity to regain Egypt and avenge his humiliation. It is likely that Marduk / Ra’s return to Egypt would coincide with the death of Dumuzi, whose tragic fate was described in Chapter 6. If Marduk conquered power in Egypt at that time, he committed it in gross violation of the peace agreement, and power it turned out to be completely illegal. We can now begin to understand why the accident at Dumuzi’s death led to such a harsh punishment for Marduk.
It seems as if after his escape from the pyramid Marduk went into self-exile like Amon (Amun – the “Hidden”) for his followers and persona non grata for his enemies. His main enemy was Inanna, who, as a result of the death of her husband, Dumuzi, turned from a goddess of love into a goddess of war, filled with fierce hatred of Marduk. Inna always had ambitions, but at that moment her desires intensified. As described in Chapter 6, she was not content with the dominion of the new Indus Valley civilization, nor with her low-lying city of Uruk in Sumer. Around 2350 BC. her powerful ambitions were fulfilled. Armed with the mysterious “ME” she stole from Enki, she found a man she called Charru-kin (“Righteous Ruler”). This man, known to us as Sar-gon, was the founder of the Akkadian empire and the capital Agade. While Inanna made efforts to build a powerful new kingdom in Mesopotamia, Marduk could only watch from the side with increasing impotence. Convinced of his own innocence and angry at the refusal of the gods to allow him to rebuild his city in Babylon, he comforted himself with the belief that a “fateful time” would come when he could return to Babylon to break the dominance of Babylon. Inna and to assert dominion over the gods. As we shall see in the next chapter, this “fateful time” was not a kind of dream, but a scientific reality. And the time of the Akkadian Empire could thus be seen as a deliberate attempt on the part of Inna to counter the ambitions of her old enemy. Marduk could only watch from the side with increasing impotence. Convinced of his own innocence and angry at the refusal of the gods to allow him to rebuild his city in Babylon, he comforted himself with the belief that a “fateful time” would come when he could return to Babylon to break the dominance of Babylon. Inna and to assert dominion over the gods. As we shall see in the next chapter, this “fateful time” was not a kind of dream, but a scientific reality. And the time of the Akkadian Empire could thus be seen as a deliberate attempt on the part of Inna to counter the ambitions of her old enemy. Marduk could only watch from the side with increasing impotence. Convinced of his own innocence and angry at the refusal of the gods to allow him to rebuild his city in Babylon, he comforted himself with the belief that a “fateful time” would come when he could return to Babylon to break the dominance of Babylon. Inna and to assert dominion over the gods. As we shall see in the next chapter, this “fateful time” was not a kind of dream, but a scientific reality. And the time of the Akkadian Empire could thus be seen as a deliberate attempt on the part of Inna to counter the ambitions of her old enemy. that a “fateful time” would come when he would be able to return to Babylon, break Inan’s dominance, and establish the Lordship of the Gods. As we shall see in the next chapter, this “fateful time” was not a kind of dream, but a scientific reality. And the time of the Akkadian Empire could thus be seen as a deliberate attempt on the part of Inna to counter the ambitions of her old enemy. that a “fateful time” would come when he would be able to return to Babylon, break Inan’s dominance, and establish the Lordship of the Gods. As we shall see in the next chapter, this “fateful time” was not a kind of dream, but a scientific reality. And the time of the Akkadian Empire could thus be seen as a deliberate attempt on the part of Inna to counter the ambitions of her old enemy.
Conquests on Inan
Around 2350 BC. with the help of Inanna, Sargon began to build a powerful empire throughout Mesopotamia. In doing so, he took every precaution not to break his relations with the other gods of the Middle East. Initially, his conquests did not affect the city of Enlil-Nippur, the city of Ninurta-Lagash, the disputed region of Babylon, and the strategic locations of the gods in Jerusalem and
Baalbek. Then, when he was old, he made the fatal mistake of transferring the “sacred soil” from Babylon to legalize somehow the city of Inanna, Agade.
It was as if this sacrilege act made Marduk return to Babylon. The antique text claims that Marduk smashed Sargon’s people with hunger and thirst, and Sargon himself tortured with “insomnia”, which led to his death after fifty-four years of reign. 38
By uniting its dispersed followers, Marduk restored Babylon and, according to ancient text, built a modern water supply system. This is an interesting detail because the site of Babylon from the eighteenth century BC. it really lies below the current water level, which hinders the excavation there. In my opinion, Marduk prevented the flood by pumping water from Babylon to the surrounding areas. The surrounding cities quickly became dependent on these fresh water supplies from Babylon, as the average rainfall in Babylon had been negligible since the world began to shine. 40 Of course, without the irrigation canals and the floodplain of the Babylon Rivers would be a barren desert.
Marduk’s followers continued to fight Sargon’s heirs furiously, and the Council of the Gods, in an effort to prevent future armed conflicts, sent Nergal, Marduk’s brother, to persuade him to leave Babylon. Nergal provided Marduk with convincing evidence that his “fateful time” had not yet come. 41 Finally, Marduk agreed to leave, but on condition that no one interfere with the arrangement of the irrigation system in Babylon:
“The day I give way, the water course will cease to operate from its source … The waters will not spring … the bright day will (become) darkness … There will be confusion … The winds on the land will howl … disease will spread. “ 42
After Marduk’s departure, Nergal entered the secret halls of Babylon and, with astonishing hostility, destroyed the precision water supply system. According to the preliminary warning, there was a serious drought in the surrounding cities. Nergal was punished severely by the older gods.
Around 2250 BC. In the wake of Marduk’s departure and the onset of drought, Inanna once again decides to test her muscles – this time with Sargon’s grandson, named Naram-Son. 43 His name clearly indicates that Inanna has been able to win the support of her uncle-god Nanar / Son.
This time, it seems as though Inanna wants to test how far her power might extend. The Mesopotamian text provides us with a long list of the conquests of Naram-Son, including Jericho, Baalbek, Dilmun (Sinai), and finally Egypt.
Is there any historical confirmation of Naram-son’s conquests? Archeology has confirmed that the Jericho era ended in the third millennium BC. with destruction. 44 The attack on Baalbek, where Inna is rumored to have burned his doors and held his defenders captive, fully explains the abandoned career activity that can be seen even now in that place – a feature no one has dared to explain so far. Egypt also confirmed an invasion of aliens at that time from history through a long poem known as the “Yuper’s Teachings.”
As for the mythical conquest of the Naray-Sinan Space Center in Sinai, could this event be the same, immortalized by the famous Naram-Son stele now on display at the Louvre Museum in Paris? 46 The central image of the illustration. 51, in which many see the mountain, is more like the missiles that Dilmun lands with. The horned crown worn by the victorious Naram-Son was a symbol of the gods and suggests that it was a victory in the most sacred area where only the gods were allowed to rule.
However, it seems to us that Naram-Sin has overstepped one of his conquests. Whether it was the space center, the Enkiite territories, or both, we cannot be sure, but the Council of the Gods decided to arrest Inanna and put an end to her grandiose. The Sumerian poem, known as the “Agade’s Curse,” describes how Inanna fled the city of Agade. The gods then freed the city from her power, probably including some of the “MEs” she stole from Enki:
“The crown of power, the tiara of the kingdom, the throne given to the government, Ninurta gave to his temple; Utu took the city’s eloquence; Enki took away his Wisdom.
His greatness that he could reach Heaven raised Anu to the middle of Heaven. ” 47
The text claims that Marduk’s brother, Nergal, also helped Naram-son’s conquests and thus acted in an unacceptable alliance with Inanna to prevent Marduk from returning. 48 We can only speculate on the causes of his brotherly hostility. Shortly thereafter, Inanna and Nergal organized a huge uprising against the power of the older gods – a rebellion that ended in Agade’s loss and catastrophic destruction.
Agade’s Curse blames Naram-Son’s destruction, which allegedly attacked the city of Enlil-Nipur, shining on his holy Ekur. 49 We know from a Sumerian poem entitled “The Enlil Anthem” that this Ecur was the resting place of the “fast-moving bird” from which “no breath can escape,” and the place from which he could to “raise rays seeking the core of the earth.” 50 Thus, the attack was not merely a symbolic affront to the highest god on Earth, but also a physical destruction of his powers.
According to the Agade Curse, the gods wiped out Agade from the face of the Earth. Then Enlil ordered the Hutus hordes to leave their homeland in the Zagros Mountains and enslave Inanna’s followers. The Akkadian empire was disarmed and the central administration fell into a state of anarchy. Did the gods have a finger in this matter? The fact is that Agade is one of the few ancient cities in Mesopotamia whose whereabouts have never been discovered by archaeologists, 51 but at the same time historians are ignorant of the collapse of such a powerful empire that ruined around 2200 BC. as suddenly as she ever appeared. 52
The battles of the kings
The Gutas had occupied Mesopotamia for about a century, but left little trace of their culture. Meanwhile, between 2200-2100 BC. several Sumerian and Elamite cities declare their independence and enter a new era of prosperity, which turns out to be their swan song.
Ninurta’s Elamite State first emerges as a dominant power concentrated around the capital Susa in southeastern Mesopotamia. Her powerful fortifications and highly trained army enabled her to escape conquest through a military alliance with Naram-Xin. However, after the death of Naram-Son, her ruler Putsur-Insushinak declared independence and, to underscore this fact, accepted the title of “King of the Universe.”
The Sumerian renaissance began in Lagash, whose renowned ruler Gu-dea reigned in the early 22nd century BC. This king undertook a powerful program for the restoration of temples and brought the Sumerian culture to new heights. 55 Lagash was, however, intended to remain a religious center without aspirations for political control of the new Sumerian empire.
Shortly afterwards, the city of Ur revived as the new Sumerian capital. The famous (and last) Third Dynasty in Ur took the Sumerian achievements to new horizons of art, foreign trade and temple construction. The god in charge was Nanar / Son, a move probably aimed at controlling his cousin Inana.
We are now entering a period when historical dates can be established with great degree of accuracy. The first ruler of Ur-Ur-Namu was generally designated around 2112 BC. 56 Ur-Namu established a new law and moral code and began a restoration program all over Sumer, which restored the temples of the gods, including Ekur in Nipur, to their former greatness. Not only the temples were to be restored, but also the trust of the people in their gods. After two hundred years of chaos, the people of Mesopotamia became independent and unmanageable. Sumerian texts describe that Enlil gave Ur-Nam permission to put these rebel cities to their feet. 57
Unfortunately, just as the Sumerians began to find new hope in their gods, a disaster happened again. Their king Ur-Namu fell out of his carriage in battle and was “abandoned on the battlefield as a car crash”.
The new ruler of Ur, circa 2094-2047 BC, was named Shulgi. Towards the end of his reign, we already notice the first signs of danger for the last Sumerian dynasty. Shulgi engaged in a series of battles to crush the rising outer provinces, circa 2054-2047 BC. In order to strengthen his situation, he made it through the marriage of his daughter to an alliance with Elamite. 60 In return for control of the city, Larsa Shulgi hired the services of the notorious Elamite troops as a form of foreign legion under the command of Hedorlaomer. 61
Where was Marduk at that time? According to the chronology of Zaharna Satchin in 2048 BC. Marduk was about to enter the lands of Hatti (the land of the Anatolian Hittites), where he would remain for 24 years awaiting a “favorable sign” for his return to Babylon. 62 The presence of an Egyptian god in Anatolia at that time was indeed confirmed by an archeological description. At the site of Alaka Huyuk (an important city dating back to at least 2500 BC), the entrance to the city was found encircled by flanks of Egyptian sphinxes dating from around 2000 BC. 63
After the death of Shulgi in 2047 BC. his son Amar-son 64 faced a continuing struggle to assert power in Ur, and the Sumerian texts of the seventh year of his reign, circa 2040 BC, described a huge campaign to quell the uprising in four western countries. 65 The deployment of Amar-Sin troops under the leadership of Hedorlaomer for the peacekeeping of the rebels is described in both the Old Testament and the “Hedorlaomer Texts”, both confirming that the riots took place during the thirteenth year of the reign of Ur. 66
What was the cause of the uprising? The Hedorlaomer texts make it clear that the rebellion was about changing the vassal’s dependence on the Son – the god of Ur, to Naboo – the son of Marduk. Shamash, the son of Son, claimed that the people had changed the contract with his father:
“The honesty in his heart (the king) betrayed during the thirteenth year, a betrayal against my father (he has); the king ceased to care for trust; all this was Naboo’s fault. ” 67
The change in vassal dependence on Naboo in Canaan has been immortalized to this day under various names in the area – Peak Heaven to the northeast of the Dead Sea and the huge city of Nabulus to the northwest. In later times, Naboo’s name took on the meaning of ‘speaker / informant / prophet’, 68 reflecting the role that Marduk’s son played in the uprising.
But what was the nature of this rebellion that caused its preservation in history as a major event? The answer comes from a thorough examination of the battle that took place the following year. According to Genesis 14:
“In the fourteenth year, Hedorlaomer and the kings who allied with him came and smote the Raphaim at Astaroth-Karnaim, the Zozhim at Ham, the Emims at Savi-Kiriathim, and the Choreans in their Seir meadow, to El Paran, which is in the wilderness. And they returned and came to En Mishpat (which is Kadesh), and smote all the country of the Amalekites, and the Amorites, who dwelt in Asa-Son-Tamar. ” 69
This sequence of battles has also been confirmed by the Hedorlaomer Texts. It was only after this exhausting tour that the kings of the East finally confronted the kings of the subjugated cities that they were sent to punish. Then why this delay, why was so much time wasted on this completely off-road trip to the desert? 70 As Zaharna Satchin noted, the only probable landmark of El Faran (Nahl) and Kadesh-Barnaea is their strategic location in the restricted area of the gods, the cosmic center in the Sinai Desert. Why else would attackers target an oasis city in the middle of nowhere?
The Sumerian cylindrical seal, quoted by Zaharna Sutchin, gives a remarkably accurate visual representation of the incident with the space center, although my interpretation is different from that of Sutchin. 71 In my opinion, the Canaanite kings, driven by Naboo, went south to occupy the space center. Then, when they heard of the miraculous power of the approaching Eastern Union, led by Hedorlaomer, they fled to Kadesh-Barnaea. In this way, the aggressors returned from Nahl to Kadesh, as described in Genesis 14, in order to chase their escaped enemy.
From Kadesh the kings of the east pursued the kings from the west all the way to the Siddim valley, where the latter were forced to settle in their native lands and were severely defeated. 72 The cylindrical seal shown in FIG. 35, identifies the location of the space center by the sign of the Sin – Crescent and Wing Tower. However, there is no battle scene (as Zacharia Satchin supposed), only an image of a four-kings linear march to the five-knights of war going in the opposite direction!
My interpretation of these events illustrates Marduk’s desire to take possession of the Space Center in addition to his return to Babylon. This is vital for understanding the extreme actions that have subsequently been taken against him and his son Naboo.
According to the Chronology of Zaharna Satchin, only after about 16 years did Marduk return to Babylon and come to use nuclear weapons. In those sixteen years, the last two kings of Ur-Shu-xing around 2037-2039 BC. 73 and Ibbi-sin around 2028-2024 BC. 74 have taken desperate defensive measures to protect an overwhelming empire in times of great uncertainty.
Remarkably, Shu-xing suppressed an uprising in Mardin, northern Turkey – since then Marduk territory. Around 2034 BC. he built a fortress to help defend the Sumerian territories from the invasion of the Amorites. 75
At the beginning of the reign of Ibbi-Son, the Third Ur Dynasty literally collapsed. 76 The recent memories of Sumer describe many prophecies about the impending danger of invasion by the west, the interruption of the subordinate position by the foreign provinces, and finally the cessation of foreign trade in the third year since the coming into power of Ibbi-sin. 77 No written memories of his reign after the fifth year have been found – around 2024 BC. In that year, a prince named Ishbi-Irra instigated an uprising in the key city of Marie, which kept the Sumer access from the west. Recent descriptions of Ibbi-Sin have told of the deep penetration of the Amorites into the Sumerian territories. 78
Return of Marduk
The Sumerian texts claim that the chaotic last battle for Sumer was carried out and lost by the troops of the Elamites against the astonishingly exceeding number of invading Amorites. These Amorites were destined to become the first dynasty of the new kingdom in Babylon. Who were these tribes and why did they support Marduk?
As the Sumer invasion came from the West, it will be useful for us to find that the term Amorite (Amorite) comes from the Akkadian word “Amuru” and simply means “Westerners.” Bible studies nevertheless succeeded in identifying the Amorites as the predominant tribe among the Canaanites, and thus descended from the Ham family. 79 The last battle was therefore based on racial affiliations – the Semitic Eastern tribes 80 who defended their territories against the Hamitic Africans who supported an African god, Marduk.
By the same token, we should expect native Egyptians to compete for Marduk’s cause. What then happened in Egypt in 2024 BC? This date falls between the end of the Old Kingdom in 2100 BC. and the beginning of the Middle Kingdom – circa 2000 BC. 81 Egyptologists refer to this gap in time as the “First Transition Period,” denoting a period of chaos during which the country was divided between warring dynasties. The fall of the Old Kingdom is generally attributed to a “social revolution” 82and as I will assume in the next chapter, it is very likely that these first Egyptian pharaohs were in fact Sumerians. Was the dating of the PPP a mere coincidence, or could it mark an internal rebellion by native Africans in preparation for Marduk’s return to power?
A closer examination of the situation in Egypt confirms that the rebels were based south in Thebes, which was really the center of worship for Marduk like Ammon, the “Hidden”. Their faithful support for Marduk was perpetuated by the word ‘aman’, which is preserved in Hebrew, literally meaning ‘build / support’, and figuratively, ‘permanent / devotee’. Geographically, these followers extended north to the Delta and Sinai regions. Would you make another attempt for Marduk to take control of the space center?
Marduk’s exile is described on a partially broken tile found in Ashurbanipal’s huge library. Its significance remained unnoticed until Zacharna Satchin put it in historical context – the last countdown of 24 years from 2048 to 2024 BC, when Marduk finally returned to Babylon:
“I am the divine Marduk, one great god. I was cast out for my sins, I went to the mountain. I was a wanderer from many lands; where the sun rises, to where it sets, I have wandered. I went up to the tops of Hatti Land. In the land of Hati, I asked for a prediction (for) my throne and my Lordship; in her heart (I asked) “How long? I stayed in her bowels for 24 years.”
“My days (in exile) are over; I went up to Babylon a foot, and passed through my lands to my city; to become king in Babylon first, in the midst of him to build my temple-mountain reaching to heaven. ” 83
The ancient texts marked a brief victory for Marduk. In the chaos of battle, various temples were destroyed, including the shrine of Enlil in Nipur. Enlil, who had been “raised high” somewhere, hastened to return to Sumer and asked for an explanation. Although the Babylonian chronicles blame the desecration of the god Erra (Nergal), other gods attribute Marduk’s sacrilege.
It was at this time that the council of the gods came together to decide what measures to take, and the god Herra broke out with the angry promise of revenge. And chronologically, at this same time and in this context, another deity – the Bible Lord, decided to appear in the city of Sodom “to see if what they had done was as bad as the brawl that came to me “. 84 The result, as discussed earlier, was the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah and the Sinai Space Center.
At this point, it must be recalled that the change of vassal submission to the “sin cities” occurred seventeen years earlier – in 2041 BC, and was effected by Hedorlaomer. Destroying Sodom and Gomorrah thus turns out to be a completely different punishment on a case by case basis.
What was Sodom and Gomorrah’s second crime, the “roar” that reached the Lord’s ears? In view of the previous attempt of the Canaanite kings to capture the space center, and in view of the expansionist threat from Marduk’s supporters in northern Egypt, there can only be a conclusion: the kings of Sodom and Gomorre were again preparing an army to go to the space center.
It is against this background that the radical decision of the gods to use nuclear weapons against Marduk and his son Nabu should be understood. We can only make assumptions about what Marduk’s intentions were for the space center, but the text states that Marduk and Nabu should have been stopped at all costs.
What happened to Marduk and Naboo? One of Herra / Nergal’s intentions was to kill them both, but according to ancient texts, they were warned of the attack on Sodom and Gomorrah and therefore fled. However, it seems that Nergal has made another attempt. Some 50 miles north in a single incident, also dated to 2000 BC, the city of Tel Ghazul was completely destroyed. The power used was so powerful that it was once thought that this city was the site of ancient Sodom. 85Archaeologists have been unable to explain the cause of such widespread destruction and the thousands of charcoal stones they have found scattered around the area. Yet Marduk and Nabu again escape. According to one legend, Naboo became a god on an island in the Mediterranean, while Marduk himself was eventually allowed to assume the supreme power of the gods of Babylon.
Abraham the spy
Earlier, we noted Abraham’s presence in Sodom and Gomorrah, but he was also in Canaan during the Battle of the Kings. Who really was the biblical Patriarch Abraham and what role did he play at this critical moment in world history? Most scholars have overlooked or rejected the possibility that since Abraham came from Ur, he might in fact be Ur. Indeed, several studies have concluded that he was a Sumerian. 86 The main proof of the Sumerian origin of Abraham is its original name AB.RAM, which bears the distinct meaning of the “Father’s Beloved” in Sumerian. 87 Another proof is in the biblical term Ibri, which used to introduce Abraham’s family. 88This term – the root of the word “Hebrew” is usually translated as “wanderers” or “those who cross everywhere”, but in Sumerian it means “originally from the IBR”. 89 The place called IBR is indeed related to the verb “ibri” meaning “cross”, but as one expert noted, it is closely related to the original Sumerian name for the city of Nipur – NIBRU, literally translated as “Place of Crossroads. ” 90 We described this city in Chapter 8 as the original space flight control center for the gods, and therefore it takes its name from the NIBI-RU planet, the “Crossing Planet.”
For this reason, the Biblical Ibras are the Sumerian “nib-ibras” – born in Nipur. And Nipur was the most important religious city in Sumer. Moreover, Abraham does not come from a family of typical residents of Nipur. On the contrary, the evidence suggests that he was of the most noble class of clergy. 91 The ease with which Abraham has earned respect, even in foreign countries, tends to support this view.
What did a priest from Nipur in Ur do? The obvious conclusion is that the movement coincides with the rise of the Third Dynasty in Ur during Ur-Namu in 2113 BC. The Sumerian texts say that Enlil, the god of Nipur, assigned the protection of his city to the Son-god of Ur. The departure time for Terra and Abraham from Ur to Haran was probably close to the time when Ur-Nam reached its untimely end – around 2095 BC.
Let’s take a closer look at Abraham’s role after leaving Ur. First, his family was settled in Haran, a city identified by archaeologists at the foot of Mount Taurus. 93 Then, when Abraham was 75, he was told by the Lord to leave Haran. 94 His way took him through Canaan, where God appeared to him, and he then built him an “altar” where he “called the name of the Lord.” 95 His journey then proceeded to the Negev, the barren region bordering Sinai and thence to northern Egypt. 96According to the Book of the Feast, his stay in Egypt lasted 5 years. Counting back the age of Abraham, who in 2024 BC. was 99 years old, he was born in 2123 BC. and thus his stay in Egypt spans the years 2048 – 2043 BC.
According to the Old Testament, the first thing Abraham did back in Canaan was to get to the altar he had built himself and again to “call on the name of the Lord.” 97 The year was approximately 2042 BC, just one year before the Canaanite kings rebelled against the Son, and so is the time when Naboo probably actively lobbied for their support.
In 2040 BC. immediately after the Battle of the Kings, Abraham demonstrated the union he forged with the local nobles. He took 318 well-trained Amorite soldiers and freed Lot from family-related kings from the east – a great achievement for his awesome age of 83! Three years later, Hagar bore him a son, Ishmael. The biblical parable then remains silent for a period of 13 years when, at the age of 99, Abraham comes to an agreement with the Lord who promised him a child next year (another great achievement!). Before this year had expired, 98 Sodom and Gomorrah had been destroyed; the date was 2024 BC.
So, after the Amorites had invaded Abraham’s homeland to the east, the Lord had promised the lands of Abraham to the west. Was Abraham just a pawn in this game, or did he win his prize himself? Now, let’s review his move in the context of the Marduk threat.
First, Abraham moved to Haran, Ur’s northernmost outer post, on the border with the lands of the Hittites, where Marduk would appear at any moment. In 2048 BC. – the year that Marduk arrived for his twenty-four year stay, Abraham left Haran, but his father remained. This shift may have been triggered by the death of Shulgi, King of Ur, and the prospect of impending unrest in his imperial western provinces. In any case, Abraham turned to Egypt and consulted with the northern pharaohs, who desperately resisted the followers of Marduk from the south. Could it be an accidental coincidence, then, that Abraham returned to Canaan just one year before the rebellion of the kings?
I would not subscribe to the view of Zaharna Sutchin that Abraham played a military role in the Battle of the Kings. 99 As I hinted earlier, there was no battle in Sinai, only tactical withdrawal. Abraham’s military involvement, as the Bible proves, is limited only to the subsequent release of his cousin Lot through something that may have been a sudden attack. Nothing confirms anything else. However, there is some evidence that his role was spyware *.
During the great uncertainty about the Third Dynasty of Ur, his god Son may have realized that it was extremely useful to have a pair of trusted eyes and ears in the lands of the unstable western provinces, especially as he feared the imminent return of Marduk from the west. There is no doubt that such a spy existed in Canaan because the Bible describes the fact:
“Then the Lord said, ‘The roar of Sodom and Gomorrah is so great and their sin so severe that I will go down and see if what they have done is as bad as the complaint that came to me.
Having won the trust of the Canaanite kings, Abraham had excellent opportunities to report on the political situation and the likely movement of troops. I had previously suggested that Naboo motivated the kings of the west to assemble an army and take over the Sinai Space Center in 2041 BC. It was about this time that Abraham returned to Canaan to observe their intentions. The “altar” that Abraham built in Canaan, where he called on the name of the Lord, was probably a way to keep the Son informed of the events.
The Petra connection
With the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, other cities in the plain and space center have echoed around the world. The Sumer nuclear bombing made many survivors a refugee. Their migration was accompanied by a high level of technology and culture, hence the explanation of many of the mysterious achievements of 2000 BC that archaeologists have discovered around the world. We will discuss some of these migrations later in Chapter 15. However, while some of the Sumerians fled thousands of miles, others preferred to stay close to home. One of these fugitives was Abraham’s cousin Lot:
“Lot and his two daughters left Zohar and settled in the mountain because he was afraid to stay in Zoar. He and his two daughters lived in a cave. One day, the older daughter told the younger one: “Our father is old, and there is no man around to lie with us, as is customary around the world. Let our father drink wine and then go to bed with him so that we can preserve the family through our father. ”
This incestuous parable of Lot and his daughters shows the extent of the catastrophe that crashed on the area. Although the gods sometimes performed such acts of incest, this custom was not widely accepted by humans at that time. Incest can only be perceived in the context of the effects of a nuclear explosion. We alone could think theoretically of such inadmissible actions only in exceptional circumstances; examples of cannibalism from survivors of plane crashes in remote locations prove this idea. Lot and his daughters, who witnessed the nuclear destruction, were likely convinced that they were the only survivors.
Where are the mountains and the cave where Lot lived with his daughters? To my knowledge, no one has made an attempt to find them, probably because the whole parable of Sodom and Gomorrah is regarded as a biblical myth. However, there is a place hidden deep in the mountain of this area that fits perfectly – a place I visited in 1994.
The mysterious extinct town of Petra is located less than sixty miles south of the southern Dead Sea, where Sodom and Gomorrah is once thought to have been located. Thus, it is close enough and at the same time safe distance from Lot’s original residence in Zohar, a small town spared from destruction. 102 As I studied the maps of the area, it became clear that Petra was located in a mountainous area that extended all the way south of the Dead Sea, almost as far away as the Aqaba Bay, which was then surrounded by mountains on both sides. Everyone who fled to the west had no choice but to seek refuge in these mountains. The Hachets Middle East Guide describes Petra as:
… Not so much a city as a natural fortress, where anyone can seek asylum without having to build walls, and where anyone could live in caves as comfortably as in man-made houses. ” 103 (Explanation follows) .
Petra, literally meaning “Rock”, reaches through a narrow Sikh, one mile long and only six feet across, below two canals that rise to 260 feet in height. This dusty road was featured in the movie Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. As it exits the Sikh, it enters something that is aptly described as a “pink sandstone city”. 104 Fantastic temples and tombs are carved on a spot of eight square miles in the sandy cliffs.
After studying the history books about Petra, I came across a total eclipse. The city was “discovered” in 1812 by a young Swiss explorer named Johan Ludwig Burkhart, but little progress has been made to expand our knowledge of this once important place. As one book notes: “Almost nothing is known about its origin and nature.”
Nevertheless, the vast collection of temples and tombs in Petra is generally attributed to the Nabataeans, a people of mysterious descent who gradually inhabited the area between 500 and 400 BC. 106 These Abbots became rich at the expense of Petra’s position as an important crossroads of two just as important trade routes. Therefore, it is naive to think that previous travelers and residents have left no trace. Of course, Petra contains a stunning variety of different styles and cultures. On the one hand, there are numerous images of irregular pyramids proving the Mesopotamian connection, and on the other, obelisks and serpents pointing to the Egyptian connection. The Romans also could not resist the strong desire to build a huge amphitheater there.
My impression of this unique place was the stunning contrast in the quality of human activity. Most of the tombs and temples are of very simple design – natural crevices enlarged to form caves crowned on the outer surface of the rock by two-dimensional relief workings of mediocre quality. Many of these facades are heavily eroded by chemical processes.
In comparison, Ed Deir (the Monastery) is impressive, 135 feet high and 150 feet wide. Its upper parts are sculptured three-dimensional, and the main artistic value is a beautiful urn, 30 feet high itself. The monastery is dated to the 40th year AD, which is probably an acceptable estimate since it has undergone a slight erosion, regardless of its location on one side of a hill. Yet, despite its good workmanship and its well-preserved design, the monastery cannot be compared to the Treasure House with its simple style and majestic dimensions.
To me, El Hacne (the Treasury) completely outperforms the rest of Petra in dealing with great quality. As shown in the illustration. 53, the detailed three-dimensional carving is stunning and it is unthinkable to be crafted today by some sculptor. This work of art can be compared to the great Sphinx of Egypt. Again his most distinctive feature is an urn and descriptions for the name of the Treasure.
There are numerous low quality and heavily eroded relief paintings throughout Petra that are replicas of the Treasure. In contrast to these later copies, the Treasurer’s builders made sure to dig deep into the cliff face before carving. This technique, combined with the careful placement of the Treasury in a hidden area surrounded on all sides by rocks, minimizes the risk of erosion. For this reason, it is possible that archaeologists have underestimated the age of the monument by more than a thousand years.
Is it possible for the Treasury to mark the cave where Lot and his daughters lived around 2000 BC? Indeed, there is a huge, high-altitude natural cave that has been arranged to create extensive living space for a small family. The interior is absolutely clean and functional, the only features are large empty niches. On the contrary, the exterior façade of the Treasure House is indescribably gritty – a “work of love” that is built to stay forever. The question is: “Who could have the motivation to devote so much time and thought to such a secluded place?”
When we try to study Peter’s history, all discussions about his population begin with the Edomites. These people came from Esau, thought to have inhabited the area in about 1000 BC. No one claims that the Edomites actually founded Petra, and so far historians have been reluctant to look even further back in time. Why?
Here is my theory about Petra. After the nuclear disaster in 2024 BC. Lot and his daughters headed south and found the entrance to the mountains. In those days, Petra was surrounded by cedar and pine forests, in contrast to the present barren desert. 107 At the end of the Sikh, they found the cave where they settled in the Bible. After Lot’s death, his sons (born to his daughters) – Moab and Ben-Ammi, dedicated themselves to perpetuating their father’s work (and possibly his father’s wife, which became a couple) by diligently sculpting the building known as ” The Treasure. ” The urn (the symbolism of which no one has explained) expresses the dust of their dead father and was probably also a monument to their father’s wife.
After completing this task, the curiosity of the sons took them to the outside world. As explained in B l thienyl, edchniyat blue Moab founded tribe known as moabitite, resided in a mountainous region where is located and Peter. The other son, Ben-Ammi, who became the father of the Ammonite tribe – the city of Ammon is today only 90 n or north of Petra.
In later times, the Edomites and the Nabataeans arrived in the area. Some were zealous of the one they found – sometimes putting their own artistic and cultural biases, but no one had the same zeal as the original creators. For thousands of years the place has lost its significance and the knowledge of its origin has been limited to the small and selected, reaching us. Those minor clues left behind then became the sacredly preserved biblical myth of Sodom and Gomorrah. Could this be the reason why scientists are reluctant to look for Peter’s roots?
The biblical destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah with “fire and sulfur”, as well as the destruction of other “sinful” cities in the plain, was caused by the nuclear weapons of the gods in 2024 BC. A simultaneous nuclear explosion destroyed the Sinai Space Center. The nuclear blow brought to its knees the Sumerian civilization in 2000 BC.
Sodom and Gomorrah’s “sinfulness” consisted of a change in vassal submission to a “foreign” god, Marduk. Nuclear weapons were used against the space center to prevent its capture by Marduk. The reason for these events was Marduk’s ambition to absorb “Lordship” in the city of Babylon.
Abraham acted as a spy for his god. His reward was a biblical “revelation” that promised him prosperity for his lineage.
The cave where Lot and his daughters fled after the attack on Sodom and Gomorrah is today known as the Petra Treasure.