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ANU – Sumerian gods, Mesopotamian Religion, Babylonian Pantheon Kingship in Heaven

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The Sumerian tradition made popular in the last century revealed that the Anunnaki pantheon depicted an archetypal “Olympian” pantheon of deities that were originally assigned to twelve positions in the cosmos, later yielding the lore that would give us our “zodiac.”

MesopotamianReligionFrontcrop This mardukite.com blog post is excerpted from the Liber-50 material first appearing in Sumerian Religion by Joshua Free, in addition to the Sumerian Religion anthology Mesopotamian Religion and the Year-2 anthology Gates of the Necronomicon, materials also appearing in the Year-1+2 mega-anthology Necronomicon Anunnaki Legacy (Silver Edition).

Prior to the Ammonite fascination with the local Sun, best observed among the Egyptians and other solar-cults, it was the more “distant” stars that were deemed the “rulers of fate” and “keepers of the
sacred cycles” that kept the organized universe in order.

The “Ancient Ones” from Sumerian prehistory (Abzu, Tiamat, Lahamu, etc.) are given mention in the literature but are viewed as more insubstantial or metaphysical essences of creation, barely able to be personified as traditional deities. We have shown in correlative chapters how such forces could be seen as the primordial essence of the All-Source being first made manifest, but the Sumerians viewed these essences as originally being made substantial in their own personal “All-Father,” a figure-head for their
hierarchical pantheon.

nec The position of Anu in the Sumerian pantheon is as an undisputed “father in heaven,” who acts as the supreme “progenitor” or “father of the gods” from his place as the “king of the local universe.” The “House of Anu” (the traditional “heaven” or “abode of the gods”) is sometimes written as UR.ANU or “Uranus” (from the Greek “Ouranos”) and his most sacred place of “worship” on earth was in Uruk at the temple of E.ANNA – also translated to mean “House of Anu.” The number of his rank is sixty – the number of cosmic perfection.

Mesopotamian traditions came to view Anu in a similar manner as the abstract Babylonian expression of Ilu, where he became the “Lofty One” or “Supreme God Most High” in the pantheon, a remote, distant and indiscriminate All-Father much more representative of the “Heavenly Father” that Jesus alluded to in the New Testament then that of the Old Testament God of the Hebrew. The solidity of his personification becomes increasingly faint in descending traditions, and though within his power, he rarely intervenes or makes an appearance to the “earth” world of gods and men. His main function in the pantheon is as the “Father” of the gods, who are then mainly left to deal with material universe on their own accord.

cuneisdgsdg Few of the incantation tablets (or “prayers”) invoke the powers of Anu directly. The heavenly force is perceived as too vast to be channeled directly by the successors and to degrade it to anything more accessible would be to compromise the nature of what is represented.

In the Semitic traditions the role of Kingship in Heaven is equated to the full extent of power that keeps the universe in motion, contained in an “unspeakable” and “unknowable” name (termed the “Tetragrammaton” in the modern Hebrew-based mysticism).

It is more common for the Sumerian magician or priest to evoke a subsidiary deity from the pantheon (lineage) to invoke the names known to them rather than pursue methods of Egypto-Hermetic cryptomancy to divine and compel spirits against their will using “true-names.” In the Chaldeo-Babylonian tradition, the names of Enki and Marduk are evoked to speak the names (and later deriving traditions often used them to replace obscure and “secret” names altogether).

“True indeed there was a supreme name which possessed the power of commanding the gods and extracting from them a perfect obedience, but that name remained the inviolable secret of Hea [EA – Enki]. In exceptionally grave cases he [the enchanter] besought Hea, through the mediator Silikmulukhi [Marduk], to pronounce the solemn word in order to re-establish order in the world and restrain [temper] the powers of the abyss. But the enchanter did not know that name, and could not in consequence introduce it into his formulae… he could not obtain or make use of it, he only requested the god who knew it to employ it, without endeavoring to penetrate the terrible secret himself.”
–M. Lenormant, Chaldean Magic & Sorcery, 1874

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Ancient Mesopotamian Religion: Secrets of the Anunnaki in Sumerian Mythology with Joshua Free

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The most critically acclaimed and bestselling materials from the Mardukite Research Organization now available in one volume!

MesopotamianReligionFrontcrop A master compilation of mythological and religious exploration into the heart of the ancient Mesopotamian Mysteries, this easy-to-read post-modern anthology illuminates the ancient world using revolutionary teachings and source materials of the modern Mardukite Chamberlains (Mardukite Research Organization) and edited by Joshua Free, the presiding Nabu of the administration since its inception…

SumRelSet MESOPOTAMIAN RELIGION is a highly innovative and accessible ‘academic edition’ of the Mardukite Chamberlains “Year-2” research and development, including the complete text from two installments: Sumerian Religion: Secrets of the Anunnaki & The Origins of Babylon (Liber 50) & Sumerian Religion II: Secrets of the Anunnaki in Babylonian Mythology (Liber 51/52) in a single incredible compilation!

The quest toward the uncovering of ancient arts has a fundamental theme in mind: the establishment of true knowledge concerning the powers these arts were dedicated to and then a working relationship with these powers. This is the true “wizard’s” art, who pleases the “gods” in such a way as to attain “favors,” and does not waste time provoking malignant spirits to their circle, fearing for their lives at the mistaken utterance of an incantation. The true and ancient system is nothing like this.
Joshua Free in MESOPOTAMIAN RELIGION

cunei Given what is available in the most ancient writings recovered, we are brought to the traditions and spirito-mystical systems of the Middle East, those born from the ancient Sumerians and alter extended to interpretations by the Chaldeo-Babylonians, Akkadians, Assyrians and even Egyptians. The spread of this tradition across Europe led to even more fanciful and colorful realizations of the primary Olympian mythology that had first been realized in ancient Mesopotamia.

1001015_318340804969022_2026839541_n The ancient Sumerians called this race of “Sky Gods,” the “Anunnaki.” Their legacy and influence on the planet and towards the cultivation of human civiliz-ation is only recently becoming common knowledge within the last few decades. Of course, with this, has also come an increased amount of “fluff” and “bullshit” by many who have caught this wave and either believe they do know something, or else are intentionally misguided to further the misrepresentations that now run rampant in modern spiritual revivals, New Age literature and on the internet.

MesopotamianReligionFrontcrop Given the restricted access to a lot of the source materials available, many in contemporary society are simply uneducated enough, themselves, to properly discern this flood of information. This was, in fact, on the surface level, one of the purposes for the establishment of the modern Mardukite Ministries, far more than to extend covert devotion to a specific deity in the pantheon, Marduk, for which the name was derived.

The Anunnaki beings are in fact the “gods” who made an appearance as “divine representatives” to all of the ancient cultures on the earth planet. What’s more, their presence was later interpreted in the guise of “fairy tales,” which seem to carry remnants of a folk magic tradition from ancient times into to today. Curiously, the “ceremonial magic” of the priests of old, including the self-styled magicians of today, are really working with these same forces, simply under other guises and names. Given this to be the case, the proper understanding of and establishment of our position with these beings, as part of the greater whole, is perhaps the most paramount endeavor of our physical existence.
Joshua Free in MESOPOTAMIAN RELIGION

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Sumerians, Sargon, Akkadian Babylonians & Ancient Mesopotamian Kings with Joshua Free

SumerianReligion2cropSince Marduk created me to be king and
Nabu has culled his people to my realm
– as the love I have for my own life,
so do I feel toward the building
and reign of their cities.

~ Nebuchadnezzar II
Mardukite Tablet-L Series,
Necronomicon Anunnaki Bible (trans.)

[This mardukite.com blog officially excerpted from the recent Mardukite Truth Seeker Press release by Joshua Free: Sumerian Religion II: Secrets of the Anunnaki & Babylonian Mythology.]

Babylon2 The Akkadian Dynasty of Sargon began in northern Mesopotamia – in the land of Akkad. Although their territory and influence was of only tribal significance during the early rise of the Sumerians proper, but when Sargon of Akkad used his military to unify the “two lands” of Mesopotamia, he established the first post-Sumerian unified kingdom empire in the world – indeed, for the first time, the lands of Akkad and Sumer were governed from a single capital: Sargon’s city of Agade (the city of Akkad in the land of Akkad, like Babylon in Babylonia or New York, New York), a city named for the word “unity” in Akkadian language.

AKKADIAN — as a culture and language — evolves alongside, but separate, from the southern Sumerians. It is fortunate, however, that they were participants in the same archetypal Anunnaki tradition.

SumerianReligion2crop The Akkadian people established a unique proto-Semitic culture and language distinctly, but shared the Sumerian dedication to the Anunnakipantheon” in addition to using cuneiform ‘wedge-styled’ writing – or at least a refinement of the same – to represent their own language – the Akkadian language – which replaced the Sumerian emegir mother-tongue, then made way for the continuation of other Semitic languages, like Hebrew, Canaanite, Phoenician, Arabic and Aramaic.

An assimilation of many pre-Babylonian (Sumerian) ‘programs’ and Enlilite ‘operations’ allowed for the refinement into post-Sumerian or “Mardukite” ideologies during the energetic change and power-shift as human civilization enters an astrological Age of Aries in c. 2160 B.C.

cunei The post-Sumerian Babylonian-Akkadian literary tradition shifts its emphasis from Enlilite World Order to MARDUK and the Mardukite Legacy and replaces the old paradigm altogether. The identities of the Supernal Trinity (ANU, ENLIL and ENKI) in addition to the Anunnaki pantheon and already established elements remain, but the emphasis is now on the ‘younger generation’ of Anunnaki represented in BABYLON.

ANU – the distant “Father” in heaven who birthed/commanded the Anunnaki gods visiting earth.

ENLIL – the local “Father” in the sky who cultivated the original establishment of Anunnaki gods of earth.

ENKI – the patron “Father” on earth who maintains the Anunnaki systems and programs of existence.

SumerianReligion2crop In the much anticipated follow-up to “Sumerian Religion: Secrets of the Anunnaki & The Origins of Babylon” (Liber 50), Joshua Free, a world renown authority on the Anunnaki, completes his presentation of this topic as the modern world has never before had access to, developed from the revolutionary work conducted by the next generation of Seekers actively using a revival Anunnaki tradition drawn from the ancient cuneiform tablets of the Sumerians and Babylonians in the present day.

“Sumerian Religion II: Secrets of the Anunnaki in Babylonian Mythology” is not merely another dry academic rendering of obscure history; Sumerian Religion II will continue your progressive journey into the heart of Mesopotamian Mysteries that is just as relevant and critical today as it was thousands of years ago! Sumerian Religion II is the perfect practical companion to the study and practice of any and all systems as it displays the prehistoric origins of human traditions and the development of civilization on the planet, a fundamental truth that everyone can benefit from…

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