Comparison Between Noah, Ziusudra, the Anunnaki and the Earthlings During the Great Flood (& Divisions within the Christian Religion)
Posted on Jun 16, 2011
(includes a Comparison Between Noah, Ziusudra, the Anunnaki and the Earthlings During the Great Flood; Divisions within the Christian Religion)
In the Copper Age, the Anunnaki were the deity souls who were within the ruling clan. In the Copper Age, they represented the Anunnaki in the life-dramas relating to the Sumerian myths. In the Sumerian myths, which has been inscribed on the Sumerian Tablets, the Annunnaki represent the Confluence Aged souls, at the end of the cycle. The Copper Aged ruling clan were seen as the Confluence Aged souls, through the clan of Anunnaki, because the same deity souls were involved for both (the Copper Aged ruling clan and the Confluence Aged clan).
In the Sumerian myth translations (in the Lost Book of Enki by Zakaria Sitchin), just before the Great Flood, both the Anunnaki and Ziusudra prepare to keep themselves safe during the Great Flood. After the Great Flood, both the Anunnaki and Ziusudra meet again.
It has to be understood as to why there are 2 different groups involved in the Sumerian Tablets, whereas in the Bible there is only Noah (being saved during the Great Flood).
The 2 different groups in the Sumerian Tablets represent the 2 different aspects (spiritual and corporeal) of the Great Flood. The Anunnaki represent the godly, spiritual, subtle and divine aspects. Ziusudra represents the corporeal and the 'continuation of Man' aspects.
At the end of the cycle, it can be said that there are 2 aspects to the process of walking into the New Divine World, which are:
1. the divine or divinization aspect (involving world transformation), and
2. the continuation of Mankind aspect.
At the end of the cycle, when the world gets transformed from the ordinary into the divine, 'divinity' walks into the new world to begin the new cycle and this enables Mankind to continue in the new cycle (in the corporeal way). The divine souls 'walking into the divine world' has been represented by the 'Anunnaki' in the Sumerian Tablets. The corporeal world is continuing to exist after the Great Flood (at the beginning of the cycle) and this corporeal or 'Man' aspect has been portrayed through Ziusudra, in the Sumerian myths.
The earthlings, in the Sumerian Tablets, represent all those who do not walk into the divine world and all those who do not take their next birth in the divine world. Thus, the earthlings, in the Sumerian Tablets, represent something different from Ziusudra. At the end of the cycle, all those who do not make spiritual effort to transform themselves into the divine beings, of the Golden and Silver Ages, will stay in the Soul World during the first half cycle (after the souls return Home from the corporeal world). This was represented by the earthlings in the Sumerian myths.
In the Sumerian translations, the Anunnaki are portrayed as having flown off into the heavens/sky during the Great Flood. This heaven/sky provides them with a safe place to stay in during the Great Flood. This represents how the divine souls of the Confluence Age (at the end of the cycle) will be in their flying stage in the heavenly subtle abode, while being taken care of by God, during the Great Flood and destructive events. There cannot be any destructive events talking place in the subtle and metaphysical regions. So, the soul is far away from the destructive events, when the soul is enjoying a high stage, while in the Confluence Age.
Ziusudra, on the other hand, represents the person (soul with the corporeal body). Since the person is in the corporeal world, the person is involved with destructive events, even though they are safe because they are being taken care of by God.
Since the stage of the Confluence Aged souls is high (because of their link to God), there will be no destructive events taking place around them, in the corporeal world. This is also a reason why the Anunnaki are portrayed as being far away from the Great Flood.
If destructive events have to take place in the place where the Confluence Aged souls are, then, before the destructive events take place there, God will guide them off from there. This is also a reason why the Anunnaki are being portrayed as being taken away from the place where the Great Flood is taking place.
Ziusudra also represents those Confluence Aged souls who have to remain in the regions where destructive events take place. They will be safe so long as their stage is high. Some of them might have to leave their corporeal bodies, during the destructive events, so as to take their next birth in the New Divine World. This new birth in the divine world is actually a continuation of the what was happening during the Great Flood. Actually, Noah would be a better representation of this.
The 2 groups in the Sumerian Tablets have to be compared to the Biblical Noah. Noah represents the men who walk into the perfect world, or who take their new birth there, when the new world gets created. Noah represents both the Anunnaki (godly/spiritual/subtle/divine) aspect and the Ziusudra (corporeal/men) aspect.
Noah also represents the means through which the Christian kingdom begins in the Copper Age, in the new cycle. The new cycle has to begin so that the Christian Kingdom can begin again in the Copper Age.
I shall be referring to those who walk into the divine world, and those who take births in the Golden Age and the Silver Ages, as deity souls. Noah can be seen from 2 different angles:
1. the angle which includes the involvement of the deity souls for the beginning of the Christian religion (in the Copper Age),
2. the angle which does not give emphasis to the role of the deity souls.
Mankind is saved through the deity souls who :
1. walk into the divine world
2. have made spiritual effort for world transformation through self transformation. (Thus, they take their next birth in the New Divine World as divine beings/deities).
In the Copper Age, some of these deity souls will help in the creation of the Christian religion; even though it is Christ who is the founder of the Christian religion. Since even the deity souls have an important role to play in the creation of the Christian religion, the role of Noah is part and parcel of the Christian religion.
Actually, those deity souls who are involved in the creation of the various religions become a category/group/division within the religion which they were involved (for the creation of). Thus, those deity souls who were involved with the creation of the Christian religion, are a group within the Christian religion.
The Christians, who are supposed to go to heaven after resurrection at the end, are actually the deity souls (who are involved with the creation of the new divine world, at the end of the cycle). Based on the Law of Karma, one has to be involved with the creation of the divine world to live in it. The resurrection and 'heaven' for all the other Christians refer to something else.
In the Bible, the ancient people have mixed up what happens to the deity souls with what happens to the Christians. There are 2 different sets of prophesies relating to the deity souls and to the Christians, in the Bible. This is why there are differing statements in the Bible. One has to be able to identify as to which relates to the deity souls (as a category within the Christian religion) and as to which relates to the souls who belong to the Christian faith. The ancient people knew that the people, at the end, will be informed as to which relates to the 2 different groups. Thus, they flowed along with the majority (of that time) and placed the puzzles in the Bible. They also placed the puzzles in the Bible because they were flowing along with the Reptilians. More on the Reptilians can be found at:
73 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes
- Reptilian Immortal Past Births (1 -
Emerged in 1996; Collective Consciousness of the Reptilian Past
The puzzles, in the Bible, will only be solved and understood at the end (now).
Christians are not involved with the divinization of the world into a
divine world. This was why there was only one Noah in the Bible.
Emphasis is given to the divinization process through the 2 different
aspects (represented by the Anunnaki and Ziusudra), in the Sumerian
myth, because the Sumerian religion is part and parcel of the Deity
Religion which is involved with the divinization of the world (at the
end of the cycle). This is also why a bhakti system for the process
of 'calling out to God' (to come and get the divine world re-created)
has been included into the bhakti systems for the Hindus. More on
this can be found at:
The Sumerians gave great emphasis to the roles of the deity souls during the Confluence Age because it involved them and the creation of their Deity Religion. Thus, they had separated the 'corporeal' from the role of the 'gods' because the deity souls used the 'subtle gods' roles, during the Confluence Age, to re-establish the Deity Religion for the next cycle. Actually, the Deity Religion is eternal in nature. More on this can be found at:
One can also view Noah's role, without giving any emphasis to the roles of the deity souls, by considering Noah as representing the continuation of Mankind (in the divine state, at the beginning of the cycle, and then, in the ordinary state, at the beginning of the Copper Age).
Through Noah, the Christians have been given a myth where there isn't such great emphasis on the roles of the deity souls because the Christian religion was meant for the worship of one God (without any references to the deity souls). Just as the Hindu religion looks like as if it was only meant for those doing Hindu bhakti/worship, even the Christian religion looks like as if it was only meant for the Christians. However, there is something camouflaged within both the religions for the deity souls who were involved with the creation of the myths and spiritual theories (at the beginning of the Copper Age). So, actually, there is a division within both these religions for the Confluence Aged service, that will take place at the end of the cycle. The Hindus and Christians do not need this awareness for the worship which they do. Thus, they were not told of the camouflage that existed within their religions. The map-makers are to explain it at the end of the cycle because their explanations will help with the Confluence Aged service at the end of the cycle (for world transformation).
The Sumerian myth gives emphasis to 2 division because the Deity Religion begins with the creation of the deities (of the Deity Religion), at the end of the cycle. The Christian religion does not really involve the creation of the deities and so only Noah was used in their myth.
Actually, the destructive events (in the Great Flood myths) not only reflect what happens at the end of the cycle but it also reflects what was happening in the Copper Age. And this also has got to be understood.
In Sumerian Ninth Tablet Translation, the Anunnaki were aware that the destructive events are going to take place, even before the destructive events, and they plan to escape. This actually represents 2 situations:
1. the situation at the end of the Silver Age when the people had been forewarned by scientific instruments, and the scientists, that destructive events are going to take place,
2. the situation at the end of the cycle when the people had been forewarned of destructive events through prophesies, religious and spiritual teachings, etc.
In the Sumerian translations, the Anunnaki safe themselves as a result of knowing and accepting that destructive events are going to take place. Thus, they are saved. This represents what happens in the Copper Age and at the end of the cycle.
At the end of the Silver Age, the deity souls escape death through flying away in their UFOs, during the destructive events. The people at the end of the Silver Age have not done any wrong that would bring them into a situation where they will suffer so much as the people, of the present world, do. So they did not die in the destructive events. This was represented with none of the Nibirians dying during the Great Flood. The Anunnaki are also shown to not die during the Great Flood because of the 'immortality' aspects of those walking into the divine world, at the end of the cycle. All the earthlings die during the Great Flood because they are mortals.
The earthlings die but Confluence Aged souls do not die because immortality is achieved through the Confluence Age. Immortality is enjoyed by the deity souls in the first half cycle, which is also why the Anunnaki are supposed to live long while in Nibiru. Nibiru represents the Soul World, the Confluence Aged subtle region and the divine world (of the first half cycle). In the Sumerian Tablets, earth represents the ordinary world on earth. In the Sumerian myths, the earthlings, Ziusudra and the Anunnaki don't live long while on earth. In this way, the deity souls in the Copper Age, have been made to become more similar to Ziusudra and the earthlings. They were made to look similar to Ziusudra and the earthlings because the Anunnaki (in the Copper Age) represented those who were losing their high spiritual state after the soul had walked out of the divine world. At the end of the cycle, this represented how the Confluence Aged souls are similar to ordinary people when their stage is not high. When their stage is not high, they are like mortals.
Since the story relating to the Great Flood, also touches on what happens at the end, some of the Nibirians were even shown to have flown back to Nibiru. Nibiru represents the Soul World and the Confluence Aged subtle regions. Souls only go back to the Soul World at the end of the cycle. They cannot go back before the end. In the series of articles under the title Quantum Mechanics, Hinduism & Brahma Kumaris, I have explained how souls lose their spiritual strength and get weaker after coming into the corporeal world. Then, they get strengthened (through the purifying process) and go back to the Soul World at the end of the cycle.
The Copper Aged aspect relating to the saving of Ziusudra and others with him (who were also informed of the Great Flood) includes the transformation of the corporeal bodies from the divine state to the ordinary state. This was why, in the Sumerian myths, Enlil was shown to be 'not' in favour of saving the earthlings and he was not pleased that Ziusudra was saved by Enki. He was also portrayed in this way because his role involved religion, spirituality and divinization (all of which does not give emphasis to the corporeal body). Thus, it is as if he is against the existence of human beings (at the end of the cycle and in the Copper Age). Since Enlil involves the religions and spiritual aspects, Abraham (as a founder of a religion) was associated to Enlil and not to Enki. Enki's role involved the people with ordinary corporeal bodies. In the Copper Age, it involved saving people with ordinary bodies. This was also a reason why my first Copper Aged past birth was given the role of saving people during the destructive events that were taking place at that time. So, Enki was shown to have saved Ziusudra.
Where the Copper Aged aspects are concerned, Enki saving Ziusudra represented enabling Mankind to continue in it's ordinary, imperfect state (at the end of the Silver Age). This was also why Enki is shown to have been involved with genetic engineering.
There is no need to get involved with genetic engineering for the creation of the divine bodies. The bodies just get transformed into perfect bodies, through the power of yoga, at the end of the cycle. This is why Enlil is not involved with the genetic engineering experiments (in the Sumerian myth).
The earthlings, in the Sumerian myth, represented the people at the end of the cycle who die in the destructive events. In the Sumerian tablets, the earthlings are shown to have been destroyed because they did not have the knowledge that the world was going to be destroyed. This represents what happens at the end of the cycle because not everyone, at the end of the cycle, will accept that destruction is going to take place. And a lot of times, as we can see, many people are killed in destructive and other deadly events without any knowledge that they are going to be killed. The people, at the beginning of the Copper Age, are saved before the destructive events. It is only at a later time, in the Copper Age, that people begin to die in destructive events. The people, at the end of the cycle, have done a lot of wrong in all their births from the beginning of the Copper Age. So, through the Law of Karma, they suffer for the wrongs which they have done. One way of suffering is through experiencing pain through injuries to their own corporeal bodies. They also experience pain when their loved ones are injured or die. Though the people, now, have instruments that inform them of possible earthquakes etc, there are still many people who die in destructive events because, as per the Law of Karma, they have to suffer for the wrongs which they do. They are actually experiencing hell on earth through this, now.
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