Sumerian Creational Mythology speaks of a pantheon of reptilian aliens who supposedly came to Earth from the planetoid Nibiru - more than 450,000 years ago. Please read these files before continuing here. Thank you.

Sumerian tablet depicting winged Reptilian God


Ea stands in his watery home the Apsu.


Enki walks out of the water to the land.




DILMUN THE REPTILIAN




In the 1960's - when I attended Brooklyn College and New York University - I didn't pay much attention to ancient studies. That was in the 1960's.

Twenty years later I started to connect with alien aspects of my soul or those linked with them which eventually me to the Dawn of Creation and perhaps my connection to it at some level.

I am a remote viewer. I can travel through the grids that are the matrix that form our creation. There I can interact with all sort of entities and glean much knowledge as that is the source of everything in our reality.

Our travels through grids - remote views - time travels - meditates - dreams - by moving faster than the speed of light. This is easy to do when one can place there consciousness in third dimension and in other places along the gird.

The grid is like a giant web of never ending - multidimensional highways that can take you anywhere - the past - present - future - to another planet - etc.

One of the dominate aliens who would come to me was a Reptilian male who called himself Dilmun. Now mind you - I had no knowledge nor recollection of creational tales about aliens from Nibiru or any other place who were linked to me - yet aliens 8 foot tall reptilians. the name Dilmun meant nothing to me.

In the 1980's I would often remote view - grid travel - and find Dilmun waiting for me.

Besides being tall - Dilmun was not much different looking that the Reptoids we read about today - so I guess we are looking at the same grids - or the same reptilian program - as everything is a program of illusion - as in the holodeck - is merging with our 3D Earth program from time to time.

My meetings with Dilmun were always memorable. We communicated telepathically. His skin was scaly, his eyes have the vertical pupils - he was smelly - be could speak with gargling sounds.

He told me he was one of many rulers in his world. He said he was timeless. He travel through the universe - in a large space ship. He was also able to fly as he had wings, often remaining in caves high above the ground, when he visited the Earth plane. He had many mates. He considered me one of them - at least an aspect of my soul who is with him now.

Dilmun told me that we have had many children together through crossbreeding - not sexual activity in third dimension. He was particularly attached to our daughter Aleah.

He brought her to see me in December 1988. She looked about twenty years old - tall - statuesque - very beautiful - other than having Dilmun's eyes - she was human looking - almost Egyptian as my friends and I saw her - and was very nice and quiet.

Still and all - I was not happy about this and told him I didn't want to make the connection. I could feel her need to connect with me yet there was something I didn't trust.

On Aleah's third visit I told Dilmun this had to stop and that he should never come back unless called.

I was not comfortable with the energies. [He actually got into an altercation with my friend Susan in dream time and she wound up with a bruise on her arm the next morning.] Okay - on some level Dilmun exists.

That night I took off the gold chain I always wore and placed it in its usual place on my dresser. I never sleep with jewelry. The next morning the chain was gone. I looked everywhere but it was not to be found and there was no one who could have possibly taken it in third.

A psychic friend came by and told me that it was taken by a young woman about 20 years old.

Immediately I knew who it was - Aleah! Perhaps she is another aspect of my soul looking to make a point - but I wanted my chain back!

That night I called to Dilmun. I told him what happened and that my chain had best be returned in the morning to its usual place on the dresser! When I got up - there it was! No one had entered my bedroom. My daughters were off to university and I was alone on the house.

Again I called Dilmun and told him that something was very wrong and that I never wanted to connect with either of them again!

Once again - the Trickster at play and I have no patience for this. This kind of reminds me of the disappearing pocket watch in the Great Pyramid twelve years later.

Dilmun is the Trickster - Hermes - Thoth - Z - here to teach me - or awaken me to something. He is most likely another aspect of my soul out there creating realities.

When I read about the gods of Sumer - I can tell you everything about them. I know who they are - what they think - everything! I connect only with Enki - Ea - so perhaps I have been banished down here. [laugh]

The 'loops in time' that I have always seen and connected with my work in the Nazi Germany labs in 1939 - are probably a metaphor for the genetic experiments in the Sumerian labs back at the creation of this program - or a metaphor for the patterns that repeat and create our cycles of reality or Time. Somewhere this is all connected.

I have so had many vision of a cave. It is at the end of a dried up river bed where the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers once met. Are these metaphors for creation. The dried up river bed = collective flow of the program is now empty? The cave = coming through into this reality.

The location = The Cradle of Civilization.




A REOCCURRING VISION




I am in the place where the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers once met.

As I walk along the edge of a dried up river bed - not very far - I suddenly come to water. It is shallow but turns into a narrow river.

Hidden under the sediment of the riverbed is an old UFO left here by those who originally came to this planet when our reality was created.

I carry an amulet.

I use the amulet to raise the UFO from the water.

It sends a beam of white light to a mountain behind me and to my right. I climbed the mountain quickly and easily.

I find a stone door which I an able to open using the amulet.

The amulet is the KEY!

A stone door pivots open to reveal a chamber that could only be opened by me using the amulet.

Within that cave chamber are stone walls that tell the entire story of our root race and how it was created - up until the moment I opened the door.

I use my amulet to unseal the sarcophagi.

The amulet fits into the top of each sarcophagi as it slides forward by itself.

I open one at a time.

One sarcophagus contains a male figure and the other a female.

They are both totally intact as if hermetically sealed.

They appear human.

Each holds an identical flower and wears the same ring with three flames worn on the middle finger - his on the left hand and hers on the right hand. [That is the Saturn finger = karma].

Between the sarcophagi is an altar that was empty when I entered the cave.

Suddenly a blue light appears just above the altar.

Z comes through the light.

He places a book on the altar.

He tells me that the book he is giving me is the future and the past - the concept of Time and the Wheel of Karma - have ended.

I sit down on the earth and start to read the book

as Z watches.




DILMUN - THE TRICKSTER

Through the years - the entity who called himself Dilmun came and went in my life. I generally found him annoying and troublesome - much like the Trickster.

Z is Zoroaster, the Persian prophet. He was also Thoth or Hermes, the Trickster. In the Sumerian timeline - he was Enki.

Actually he plays many roles at once as we all do. I am sure he plays Dilmun in my life, just awakening the information within my mind about the beginning and the end of this program of creation.

As all things contain levels of metaphors - one can draw from that.

In 1999, when I researched my file on Nibiru, Dilmun returned. He looked very old and tired. He spoke of wanting peace between us. I agreed. He says he plans to return here one day soon with his ship. It will be at an end time for our program.

There are those who feel that Nibiru will return in 2003. I do no agree and believe this to all be a metaphor for the close of one Book of Knowledge and the Beginning of another. 2003 is not About Time.

My perception of Dilmun is an older entity. This further leads me to believe that the grid program in which he consciously exists is failing.

I did a remote viewed - grid travel - to Nibiru in 1998. When I arrived I was met by one who called himself Daniel - as in the Lion People - all archetypes for - Egypt - the Sphinx - Cat headed beings.

I met with Dilmun in 1999 when I did a remote view with Jelaila who channels an entity from the Nibiruan Council who is her soul mate. His name is Daniel.

I saw Daniel standing alone at a computer. I didn't see Dilmun - but I sensed that he and Daniel were one and the same - as based on frequency signatures. There was something in his energies that spoke of Z - or was it the trickster again - always challenging us into remembering with his many games.

Daniel told me he runs the main computer if the game. I wondered if this was a metaphor for the wiZard in the Wizard of OZ?




DILMUN - TILMUN - BAHRAIN




CYLINDER SEALS

Unlike Egyptian and Mesopotamian tablets and cylinders, the Dilmun legacy has been discovered on circular seals.� The primitive forms of images carved on the seal indicate they were used as charms or talisman.� Carved on wood, soapstone shells or metal, these images clearly define a complex society. Temples in the centre of the agrarian village, towns, city-states, religious, and economic cultural life.� All facets of the emergence of an evolutionary society are reflected in the inscriptions about the seals.

Impressions found on pottery and property is a probable usage of the seals. Burying them with the dead was probably to avoid misuse. Tiny fragments found impressed, suggest identifying property. Clearly there was an intrinsic value; each seal tells a story, has an identity.

Seals depict Enki, God of wisdom and sweet water. Gilgamesh as a massive and heroic figure,� the 'Bull of heaven' hat. Ladies of the mountains 'Inanas' servants wearing her triangle signs depicting space for her power.� 'Nana' is the moon god who was also named 'sin'. Symbol was the bull of heaven head. Inana, goddess of immortality.

From the dreams of Gilgamesh, to the philosophy of life.� Seals depicting a harmonious life with nature and god are painted here in the colors and form I hope you enjoy. The colors naturally excite and stimulate, often sexually.� Indisputably the ancient myths of immortality and resurrection influenced Dilmun beliefs and are abundantly supported in the seal designs, represented by gods of the sun and moon.


The Mesopotamian texts described Tilmun as situated at the 'mouth' of two bodies of water. The Sinai peninsula, shaped as an inverted triangle indeed begins where the Red Sea separates into two arms - the gulf of Suez on the west, and the Gulf of Elat (Gulf of Aqaba) on the east."
"The texts spoke of mountainous Tilmun'. The Sinai peninsula is indeed made up of a high mountainous southern part, a mountainous central plateau, and a northern plain (surrounded by mountains), which levels off via sandy hills to the Mediterranean coastline. Sargon of Akkad claimed that he reached as 'washed his weapons' in the Mediterranean; 'the sea lands' - the lands along the Mediterranean coast - 'three times I encircled; Tilmun my hand captured'. Sargon II, king of Assyria in the eighth century BC, asserted that he had conquered the area stretching 'from Bit-Yahkin on the shore of the salt Sea as far as the border of Tilmun'. The name 'Salt Sea' has survived to this day as a Hebrew name for the Dead Sea - another confirmation that Tilmun lay in proximity to the Dead Sea.

- Zecharia Sitchin, The Stairway to Heaven


The cradle of civilization is sometimes referenced by the name Dilmun, or Tilmun. Here, it was said, the god Ea and his wife were placed to institute `a sinless age of complete happiness'.

Here too animals lived in peace and harmony, man had no rival and the god Enlil `in one tongue gave praise'. It is also described as a pure, clean and `bright' `abode of the immortals' where death, disease and sorrow are unknown and some mortals have been given `life like a god', words reminiscent of the Airyana Vaejah, the realm of the immortals in Iranian myth and legend, and the Eden of Hebraic tradition

Although Dilmun is equated by most scholars with the island of Bahrain in the Persian Gulf, there is evidence to suggest that a much earlier mythical Dilmun was located in a mountainous region beyond the plains of Sumer.

But where exactly was it located Mesopotamian inscriptions do not say; however, the Zoroastrian Bundahishn text and the Christian records of Arbela in Iraqi Kurdistan both refer to a location named Dilamƒn as having existed around the head waters of the Tigris, south-west of Lake Van - the very area in which the biblical Eden is said to have been located.

Furthermore, Ea (the Akkadian Enki) was said to have presided over the concourse of Mesopotamia's two greatest rivers - the Tigris and Euphrates - which are shown in depictions as flowing from each of his shoulders.

This would have undoubtedly have meant that the head-waters, or sources, of these rivers would have been looked upon as sacred to Ea by the cultures of Mesopotamia's Fertile Crescent.


Dilmun / Tilmun / Bahrain was a magical land, the birthplace of the gods and the place where the arts of civilization where said first to have been transmitted to men. It was the subject of many legends told by the Sumerians, the people of southern Iraq; it was famed as a land where death and disease were unknown and men and animals lived at peace together.

It was the home of the Sumerian king who was the origin of the myth of Noah, the immortal survivor of the Great Flood, a story retold in the Quran and the Bible.

The first great hero of world literature, Gilgamesh the king of Uruk, journeyed to Dilmun in search of the secret of eternal youth.

He found it, deep in the waters of the Gulf off Bahrain, but lost it when the flower which restored the youth of those who sought it, was stolen by a snake, lurking in a pool as Gilgamesh returned to his kingdom; this is the reason why the snake sloughs his skin.

But Dilmun-Bahrain was also the centre of the most important trade routes of the third and second millennia BC.

The most important commodity was copper for which Dilmun was famous and the dates for which Bahrain was always celebrated, from ancient times until the present day.

Because Dilmun-Bahrain was so sacred a land, there were many temples built there, the impressive remains of which can be seen today.

The largest and most splendid temple surviving in Western Asia is at Barbar on Bahrain's northern shore.

The most famous of all Bahrain's rich archaeological heritage are the 200,000 grave mounds which are a feature of the landscape in the northern half of the island and which, by their size and quality of construction, show how prosperous Bahrain must have been in ancient times.

Dilmun continued to be the most important centre of trade in the Gulf region throughout its history.

After the Sumerians, the Babylonians, Assyrians, even the Greeks, settled on the islands, because of their strategic importance in the movement of merchandise, north and south, east and west, by sea and by the land routes to which the seas gave access.

The records of their diplomatic relations with the kings of Dilmun, some of whose names are known from the records, testify to the importance of the islands throughout antiquity.

All left evidence of their presence, preserved today in the Bahrain National Museum and in the immense archaeological sites in which Bahrain is particularly rich.

Bahrain is an open-air treasure house of the past, a unique heritage from the earliest times when men first began to keep records of their hopes, fears and achievements.

It is the contemporary of ancient Egypt with Sumer and the peoples who succeeded them, of the great cities of the Indus Valley.


Dilmun's main historical periods:

Formative Dilmun (3200 - 2200 BC):

It is in this period that the earliest mention of name "Dilmun" occurs in Mesopotamian inscriptions. New civilizations had emerged.

Cylinder seals from Dilmun were found which were imprinted with tales of the merchants' everyday life of the time.

These discoveries confirmed that trading existed as early as the end of the fourth millennium between Mesopotamia, Dilmun (Bahrain), Magan (Oman), Melukhah and Harapah, the capital cities of the Valley of the Indus, Mesopotamia and the Valley of the Indus. Each country had already reached a high level of civilization at that time.

Boats that set off from the mouth of the Tigris and Euphrates have always stopped here to get fresh supplies in sweet water and vegetables. Cuneiform texts reveal that Dilmun was located a two-days sailing distance from Mesopotamia. Thousands of years ago sailors brought pearls, tortoise shells, coral, palm fronds and coconuts here before sailing off to Magan or the Indus Valley.

On one ancient tablet dated 3100 B.C. Dilmun is described as an "Elysium" where the inhabitants were eternally young and suffered no illnesses, "where the raven did not croak and wolves and lion did not devour their prey."

Early Dilmun (2200 - 1600 BC):

This was the Golden Age of Dilmun during which it reached the zenith of its prosperity and influence. Dilmun controlled the trading routes and built fortified cities, magnificent temples and thousands of burial mounds.

Middle Dilmun (1600 - 1000 BC):

Mesopotamia was under Kassite rule at this time. The correspondence between rulers, cuneiform tablets, cylinder seals and pottery on display is all evidence of interaction between Dilmun and Mesopotamia.

Late Dilmun (1000 - 330 BC):

This period was marked by the decline of the copper trade, so long controlled by Dilmun, and the switch to a less important role in the new flourishing trade of incense and spices. The discovery of the impressive Uperi Palace at Ras al Qalah greatly increased our knowledge of this period.

The collection of Dilmun seals feature prominently in this Hall. The round stamp seals, as opposed to the square seals of neighboring civilizations, are the primary evidence that Dilmun had its own trade relations with the outside world. The exhibits trace the sequence of development of the stamp seals over time as represented by the variety of materials and social and religious subjects portrayed.

When the caliphs of Baghdad founded Basra at the mouth of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, the Bahraini merchants put out to sea once again and sailed to China, whose routes had been opened by the Omani navigators in the 8th century. Again, Bahrain was used as a port of call, and a large number of Chinese celadons and porcelain have been found here. In the wall of Qal-at Al-Bahrain, archaeologists found a wide variety of Indian, Chinese and Arabian coins with Kufic inscriptions.

Some archeologists believe that Bahrain minted its own money from the 10th to the 13th centuries.

Many archaeologists and geographers, who have closely cross-checked all the findings on Bahrain, not only believe that Bahrain was the center of a flourishing civilization, but that the Dilmun empire may have even extended as far as Arabia and Iran.

The name Dilmun is associated with that of Enki, the god of wisdom and water, and the Gilgamesh, King of Uruk in Mesopotamia, whose saga recounts a wonderful mythological tale - a combination of 'A Thousand and One Nights' and images from the Bible.

Archaeologists from the United States, Great Britain and Denmark have been able to put together pieces of this saga, and have concluded that 'The Saga of Gilgamesh,' written long before the Iliad and the Odyssey, is the first-ever written piece of preserved literature.

Thousands of years ago sailors brought pearls, tortoise shells, coral, palm fronds and coconuts here before sailing off to Magan or the Indus Valley.

When the caliphs of Baghdad founded Basra at the mouth of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, the Bahraini merchants put out to sea once again and sailed to China, whose routes had been opened by the Omani navigators in the 8th century. Again, Bahrain was used as a port of call, and a large number of Chinese celadons and porcelain have been found here. In the wall of Qal-at Al-Bahrain, archaeologists found a wide variety of Indian, Chinese and Arabian coins with Kufic inscriptions.

Some archeologists believe that Bahrain minted its own money from the 10th to the 13th centuries.

Many archaeologists and geographers, who have closely cross-checked all the findings on Bahrain, not only believe that Bahrain was the center of a flourishing civilization, but that the Dilmun empire may have even extended as far as Arabia and Iran.

On one ancient tablet dated 3100 B.C., Dilmun is described as an "Elysium" where the inhabitants were eternally young and suffered no illnesses, "where the raven did not croak and wolves and lion did not devour their prey."

The name Dilmun is associated with that of Enki, the god of wisdom and water, and the Gilgamesh, King of Uruk in Mesopotamia, whose saga recounts a wonderful mythological tale - a combination of 'A Thousand and One Nights' and images from the Bible.

Archaeologists from the United States, Great Britain and Denmark have been able to put together pieces of this saga, and have concluded that 'The Saga of Gilgamesh,' written long before the Iliad and the Odyssey, is the first-ever written piece of preserved literature.


MOUNT MASHU


To the Sumerians, Mashu was a sacred mountain. Its name means "twin" in Akkadian, and thus was it portrayed on Babylonian cylinder seals - a twin-peaked mountain, described by poets as both the seat of the gods, and the underworld .

References or allusions to Mount.Mashu are found in three episodes of the Gilgamesh cycle which date between the third and second millennia B.C.

Mashu was located in a forest in the "land of the Living", where the names of the famous are written.

It is alluded to in the episode "Gilgamesh and Humbaba".

n this story, Gilgamesh and his friend, Enkidu, travel to the Cedar (or Pine) Forest which is ruled over by a demonic monster named Humbaba.

While their motives for going to the Forest included gaining renown, it is also clear that they wanted the timber it contained. Humbaba, who had been appointed by the god Enlil to guard the Forest, is depicted as a one-eyed giant with the powers of a storm and breath of fire, perhaps the personification of a volcano. It is only with the help of another god, and a magically forged weapon that Gilgamesh triumphs over Humbaba.

But before his battle, Gilgamesh and Enkidu gaze in awe at the mountain called "the mountain of cedars, the dwelling-place of the gods and the throne of Ishtar". They climb onto the mountain, sacrifice cereals to it, and, in response, the mountain sends them puzzling dreams about their futures. When they begin to fell trees, Humbaba senses their presence and, enraged, fixes his eye of death on the pair. Although Gilgamesh finally defeats the monster, Enkidu eventually weakens and dies from Humbaba's gaze and curse. In addition to its reputation as the "land of the Living", this forest is also a way to the underworld or the other world.

For right after killing Humbaba, Gilgamesh continues in the forest and "uncovered the sacred dwelling of the Anunnaki"--old gods who, like the Greek Titans, had been banished to the underworld . Furthermore, Gilgamesh seems to go into a death-like trance here; and in the same general region, the goddess Ishtar, whom Gilgamesh spurned, threatened to break in the doors of hell and bring up the dead to eat with the living .

Mashu is mentioned directly in the episode "Gilgamesh and the Search for Everlasting Life". This story unfolds after the death of Gilgamesh's friend, Enkidu, a wrenching experience which makes Gilgamesh face his own mortality and go searching for eternal life. It is en route to Utnapishtim, the one mortal to achieve immortality, that Gilgamesh comes to Mashu "the great mountain, which guards the rising and setting sun.

Its twin peaks are as high as the wall of heaven and its roots reach down to the underworld. At its gate the Scorpions stand guard, half man and half dragon; their glory is terrifying; their stare strikes death into men, their shining halo sweeps the mountains that guard the rising sun".

Gilgamesh is able to convince the Scorpion-people to open the gate and let him enter the long tunnel through the mountains. Eventually Gilgamesh emerges from the tunnel into a fantastic Garden of the gods, whose trees bear glittering jewels instead of fruit.

In the view of several scholars, Mashu is also the mountain mentioned in the story that Utnapishtim told Gilgamesh. Utnapishtim, sometimes called the "Sumerian Noah", told Gilgamesh how the gods had become angered with humanity and decided on the Flood as one means to exterminate it. A sympathetic god warned Utnapishtim and told him to build a boat and board it with his family, relatives, craftsmen, and the seed of all living creatures.

After six days of tempest and flood, Utnapishtim's boat grounded on a mountain. He released a dove and a swallow, both of which returned to him. Then he released a raven which did not return; Utnapishtim and his family came down from the mountain. When the disgruntled gods are finally reconciled with the re-emergence of humanity, Utnapishtim and his wife are taken by the god Enlil to live in the blessed place where Gilgamesh found him "in the distance, at the mouth of the rivers".

In his classic study, Armenia in the Bible, father Vahan Inglizian compared the above myths with the Biblical accounts of the Garden of Eden (Gen. 2) and the Flood (Gen.7-8), both of which he sited in eastern Asia Minor.

Accepting Lehmann-Haupt's equation of the tunnel through Mashu with the naturally occurring subterranean Tigris tunnel near Bylkalein, Inglizian suggested that Mashu should be sought in the Armenian Taurus mountain range, south of Lake Van.

It is in this same southern area, rather than at Mount. Ararat, that many scholars, including Inglizian, place the mountain of Noah (Gen. 8.4).

Inglizian suggested that the phrase "at the mouth of the rivers" describing the blessed land where Utnapishtim lived, should be understood to mean "at the sources of the [Tigris and Euphrates] rivers".

This heavenly Dilmun of Mesopotamian mythology was later identified with Bahrain on the Persian Gulf.





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