Saturday, March 27, 2010

The 10 Kings of Ancient Chaldea/Shinar/Babylon

The 10 Kings of Ancient Chaldea/Shinar/Babylon

For Your Consideration:

1. Aloros of Babylon, "the shepherd" - Reign 10 Sari(Sari=3600yrs) -- 1907/08-1918 -- he was chosen by the divinity himself to be a shepherd of the people.
2. son Alaparus/Alasparus/Alaparos - Reign 03 Sari -- 1918-1921.
3. Amelon/Amillarus/Amillaros of Pantibibla/Pantibiblon/Ponti-Babilon (priests of Babel) - Reign 13 Sari -- 1921-1934 -- ** under him there issued from the Red Sea a second Annedotos resembling Oannes in his divine shape, half man/half fish.
4. Ammenon of Pantibibla - Reign 12 Sari -- 1934-1946 -- ** under him the mysterious Oannes appeared, the Musarus Oannes or Annedotus.
5. Amegalarus/Megalarus/Metalarus/Amelagaros of Pantibibla (not a place, an "office") - Reign 18 Sari -- 1946-1964.
6. Daonus(Da On, the Sun)/Daos/Davos of Pantibibla, "the shepherd" - Reign 10 Sari -- 1964-1974 (Davos est. 1971) -- ** under him there issued a fourth Annedotos who had a form similar to the others (or four beings ascended from the sea).
7. Euedoreskhus/Euedorakhus/Evedoranchos of Pantibibla - Reign 18 Sari -- 1974-1992 (Final Hour 1990-2031) -- ** another monster/Annedotus named Odakon or Anodaphos issued from the sea.
8. Amenpsimus/Amenpsinos of Larankha/Larancha - Reign 10 Sari -- 1992-2002 (Three* remaining kings; 10 kings/1hr w/Beast) -- note: Davos Logo: semi-circle (Sun) through three* O's of World Economic Forum, ending with a thick line (the Deluge) -- note: Davos Logo: "COMMITTED TO IMPROVING THE STATE OF THE WORLD" = the SAGE "WORLD STATE"; 2009 2of3 kings on Logo.
9. Otiartes/Opartes/Ardates/Obartes of Larancha (called Ubara-Tutu "the glow of the sunset") - Reign 8 Sari -- 2002-2010 -- Bara(c)k “soul double of the sun/lightning flash” O/bama(h) "eye/heights of Baal" -- 20.01.2009 44th US President.
10. son Xisuthros - Reign 18 Sari -- 2010-2028 -- under him the Great Deluge took place.
== 120 Sari total Reign = 120 years 1907/08-2028 (SAGE end-time counterpart-image)
(Annedotos is a name attached to the first of the sea-creatures that taught the Sumerian kings - instructors of men, divine revelation/wisdom; men-fish, the revealers and legislators, as of kings)
The first king was Aloros of Babylon, a Chaldaean of whom nothing is related except that he was chosen by the divinity himself to be a shepherd of the people. He reigned for ten sari, amounting in all to 36,000 years; for the saros is 3600 years, the ner 600 years, and the soss 60 years. After the death of Aloros, his son Alaparos ruled for three sari, after which Amillaros, of the city of Pantibibla, reigned thirteen sari. It was under him that there issued from the Bed Sea a second Annedotos, resembling Oannes in his semi-divine shape, half man and half fish. After him Ammenon, also from Pantibibla, a Chaldaean, ruled for a term of twelve sari; under him, they say, the mysterious Oannes appeared. Afterwards Amelagaros of Pantibibla governed for eighteen sari; then Davos, the shepherd from Pantibibla, reigned ten sari: under him there issued from the Red Sea a fourth Annedotos, who had a form similar to the others, being made up of man and fish. After him Bvedoranchos of Pantibibla reigned for eighteen sari; in his time there issued yet another monster, named Anodaphos, from the sea. These various monsters developed carefully and in detail that which Oannes had set forth in a brief way. Then Amempsinos of Larancha, a Chalaean, reigned ten sari; and Obartes, also a Chaldaean, of Larancha, eight sari. Finally, on the death of Obartes, his son Xisuthros held the sceptre for eighteen sari. It was under him that the great deluge took place. Thus ten kings are to be reckoned in all, and the duration of their combined reigns amounts to one hundred and twenty sari. From the beginning of the world to the Deluge they reckoned 691,200 years, of which 259,200 had passed before the coming of Aloros, and the remaining 432,000 were generously distributed between this prince and his immediate successors: the Greek and Latin writers had certainly a fine occasion for amusement over these fabulous numbers of years which the Chaldaeans assigned to the lives and reigns of their first kings.
The genealogy of the hero of the Deluge is given in the tablet (col. i. 20) "Oh, man of the city of Surippak, son of Ubarratutis." This latter is Obartes or Otiartes of Berosus, who was kiug of Larancha, according to the Greek text, but which M. Lenormant has shown was a corruption of Sorippak (La Langue Primitive, p. 342). The name Xisuthrus, which Berosus gives to the Chaldean Noah, may be a corruption of the epithets Adra Khasis, "Reverent antl Holy," applied to the hero in col. i. 4, and in col. iv. 22; but it is hardly possible — the more likely solution being that it is a Hellenicised form of Zi-Susru, "the Spirit of the Founder," and perhaps such an etymology may explain the translation of Xisuthrus, recorded by Berosus - "They remaining within (the ark), finding their companions, did not return, quitted the vessel with many lamentations, calling continually on the name of Xisuthrus. Him they saw no more; but they could distinguish his voice in the air, and hear him admonish them to pay due regard to religion." The city of Surrippak, of which Samas ISTapisti or Xisuthrus was king, is called "the Ship City " (W. A. I., ii. 46, 1), and the Lord of the city was the god Hea — the god of rivers, seas, and ships — who takes so prominent a part in this legend in protecting the sage. He is here called " the Lord of Ships — Hea, the Lord of Surippak" (W. A. I., ii. 60, 21). The city was an ancient one long prior to the time of the king Khamniurabi, B.C. 2120, who records its capture. It was probably situated below Ur and Erech, the modern Mughier, and Warka, and near the mouth of the Euphrates, which, iu ancient times, as late as the reign of Sennacherib, entered the Persian Gulf by a separate mouth from the Tigris — the name of the father of the Chaldean ISToah, Ubara-Tutu — the name being explained in the syllabaries and bilingual tablets as Ubarra = Kidinu - "Servant" (W. A. I, ii., pi. 3, No 254) ; and the god Tutu is given in the bilingual list of royal names as the synonym of Marduk or Merodach (W. A. I., v 42, 18). In a bilingual tablet (K. 2107), the god Tutu is called Miiallad Hi Muddis Hi — "the generator and restorer of the gods" — in which character he may be identified with Merodach as the god of the dawn and twilight. In this relationship Samas- Iapisti, "the Living Sun," would be the child of the "Servant of the Dawns," as this name means - rising each day at his message, and setting each day by his decree.

Barack H. Obama joked at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation dinner last night that his name Barack means “that one” in Swahili, getting a big laugh from the audience, however, in reality, the name Barak (Barack) actually goes back to the ancient Middle East, to the Holy Land, as Barak was a general of the israeli army of Deborah, back around 1200 B.C., which he led to defeat the Canaanite army of general Sisera (and their 900 chariots), finishing the defeat of the Canaanites, as the blessed jewish people began to finish the job (begun by Joshua years before), God’s assignment for the Hebrews, to control the Holy Land completely (so if anybody has claim to the Holy Land over the Jews, it’s the Canaanites, and where are they?)
Barak means lightning in the ancient Hebrew, and blessed one in Arabic, the meaning of the word in Swahili too, which was learned from the arabic muslim slave traders who came down to attack the african villages, taking the strong men, women, and their children as slaves, many of the slave masters no doubt named Barak, as they say, the “blessed one,” but I think the Africans would see more reality in having called them lightning, the hebrew meaning.
H1301 The same as H1300; Barak, an Israelite: - Barak.
H1301 BDB Definition:
Barak = “lightning” or “lightning flash”
1) son of Abinoam of Kedesh who, incited by Deborah, a prophetess of Ephraim, delivered the Israelites from the yoke of Jabin by routing the Canaanites in the plain of Jezreel
Part of Speech: noun proper masculine
A Related Word by BDB/Strong’s Number: the same as H1300
-- H1300 From H1299; lightning; by analogy a gleam; concretely a flashing sword: - bright, glitter (-ing, sword), lightning.
-- H1300 BDB Definition:
1) lightning
1a) lightnings, lightning flashes
1b) of flashing arrow-head (figuratively)
Part of Speech: noun masculine
A Related Word by BDB/Strong’s Number: from H1299
-- H1299 A primitive root; to lighten (lightning): - cast forth.
-- H1299 BDB Definition:
1) (Qal) to flash lightning, cast forth (lightning)
Part of Speech: verb
A Related Word by BDB/Strong’s Number: a primitive root
And when you go way back to Old Kingdom times in ancient Egypt, when ba meant soul, and ra meant sun, and ka meant manifestation (soul double), the most ancient meaning of the word Baraka (the original word from which Barack derived) is “soul double of the sun,” from which Barak, the Hebrew word for lightning, was also derived, as lightning can be conceived as being similar to the light from the sun.
The All seeing eye or eye of Baal - Hebrew for Obamah.
The O has it's orgin from the ancient Phoenician meaning "the eye" being "Ayin". See: origin of the alaphabet.
Bamah has it place in the scripiture in Ezekiel 20:29, I would suggest that eveyone read the whole chapter. The Word Bamah means the Phoenician deity Baal. See Strong's Concordance for Bamah #1117 #1168. The all seeing eye is on the back of the one dollar bill. Known has the eye or Osiris in Egypt, or eye or Ra. In the ancient phoenician language it is the "eye of Baal".
Eze 20:27 Therefore, son of man, speak unto the house of Israel, and say unto them, Thus saith the Lord GOD; Yet in this your fathers have blasphemed me, in that they have committed a trespass against me.
Eze 20:28 [For] when I had brought them into the land, [for] the which I lifted up mine hand to give it to them, then they saw every high hill, and all the thick trees, and they offered there their sacrifices, and there they presented the provocation of their offering: there also they made their sweet savour, and poured out there their drink offerings.
Eze 20:29 Then I said unto them, What [is] the high place whereunto ye go? And the name thereof is called Bamah unto this day. [BAMAH H1117]
Eze 20:30 Wherefore say unto the house of Israel, Thus saith the Lord GOD; Are ye polluted after the manner of your fathers? and commit ye whoredom after their abominations?
Eze 20:31 For when ye offer your gifts, when ye make your sons to pass through the fire, ye pollute yourselves with all your idols, even unto this day: and shall I be enquired of by you, O house of Israel? [As] I live, saith the Lord GOD, I will not be enquired of by you.
Eze 20:32 And that which cometh into your mind shall not be at all, that ye say, We will be as the heathen, as the families of the countries, to serve wood and stone.
H1117 From an unused root (meaning to be high); an elevation: - height, high place, wave.
H1117 BDB Definition:
Bamah = “high place”
1) a place in Palestine (of places of idolatrous worship)
Part of Speech: noun proper locative
A Related Word by BDB/Strong’s Number: the same as H1116, See also H1120
-- H1116 From an unused root (meaning to be high); an elevation: - height, high place, wave.
-- H1116 BDB Definition:
1) high place, ridge, height, bamah (technical name for cultic platform)
1a) high place, mountain
1b) high places, battlefields
1c) high places (as places of worship)
1d) funeral mound?
Part of Speech: noun feminine
A Related Word by BDB/Strong’s Number: from an unused root (meaning to be high)
-- H1120 Plural of H1116; heights; the second form is a more complete form of the first form; from the same and H1168; heights of Baal; Bamoth or Bamoth Baal, a place East of the Jordan: - Bamoth, Bamoth-baal.
H1120 BDB Definition:
Bamoth = “high places” or “great high place”
1) a town on the river Arnon in Moab
Part of Speech: noun proper locative
A Related Word by BDB/Strong’s Number: plural of H1116
-- H1168 BDB Definition:
Baal = “lord”
1) supreme male divinity of the Phoenicians or Canaanites (noun proper masculine)
2) a Reubenite (noun proper masculine)
3) the son of Jehiel and grandfather of Saul (noun proper masculine)
4) a town of Simeon, probably identical to Baalath-beer (noun proper locative)
Part of Speech: see above in Definition
A Related Word by BDB/Strong’s Number: the same as H1167
-- H1167 BDB Definition:
1) owner, husband, lord
1a) owner
1b) a husband
1c) citizens, inhabitants
1d) rulers, lords
1e) (noun of relationship used to characterise - i.e., master of dreams)
1f) lord (used of foreign gods)
Part of Speech: noun masculine
A Related Word by BDB/Strong’s Number: from H1166
-- H1166 BDB Definition:
1) to marry, rule over, possess, own
1a) (Qal)
1a1) to marry, be lord (husband) over
1a2) to rule over
1b) (Niphal) to be married
Part of Speech: verb
A Related Word by BDB/Strong’s Number: a primitive root

Neh 7:18 The children of Adonikam, H140 six hundred threescore and seven (667).
Ezr 2:1 Now these [are] the children of the province that went up out of the captivity, of those which had been carried away, whom Nebuchadnezzar the king of Babylon had carried away unto Babylon, and came again unto Jerusalem and Judah, every one unto his city; ...
Ezr 2:13 The children of Adonikam H140, six hundred sixty and six (666).
H140 from H113 and H6965; lord of rising (that is, high); Adonikam, the name of one or two Israelites: - Adonikam
H113 From an unused root (meaning to rule); sovereign, that is, controller (human or divine): - lord, master, owner.
Compare also names beginning with “Adoni-”.
H6965 A primitive root; to rise (in various applications, literally, figuratively, intensively and causatively): - abide, accomplish, X be clearer, confirm, continue, decree, X be dim, endure, X enemy, enjoin, get up, make good, help, hold, (help to) lift up (again), make, X but newly, ordain, perform, pitch, raise (up), rear (up), remain, (a-) rise (up) (again, against), rouse up, set (up), (e-) stablish, (make to) stand (up), stir up, strengthen, succeed, (as-, make) sure (-ly), (be) up (-hold, -rising).


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