109) The Language of the Stars

The Encylopaedia Britannica defines the history of science as mankind’s attempt to understand, in order to control, one’s world.

Throughout all of civilization, going back to the most ancient pyramids and temples up to modern space probes, humanity has been devoting immense resources to accessing knowledge of upper space.

About 2500 BCE there was a sudden burst of activity that seems to have had clear scientific importance. Great Britain and northwestern Europe contain large stone structures from that era, the most famous of which is Stonehenge… that are remarkable from a scientific point of view.

Not only do they reveal technical and social skills of a high order…but the basic conception of Stonehenge and the other megalithic structures also seems to combine religious and astronomical purposes…and, apparently, constructed on mathematical principles that require at least practical knowledge of the Pythagorean theorem. This theorem…seems to have been known throughout Asia, the Middle East, and Neolithic Europe two millennia before the birth of Pythagoras. This combination of religion and astronomy was fundamental to the early history of science. It is found in Mesopotamia, Egypt, China…Central America and India. 

This was during Hesiod’s Heroic Age, which from a biblical perspective was before the Flood, during the reign of the fallen angels who mated with human women, producing gigantic and immensely powerful demigods. And by the way, you don’t have to accept the God of the Bible to accept the preservation of ancient history since it is validated by other sources. Like Hesiod, only we have more information in the Hebrew documents which have been preserved intact than in the Greek which vary wildly are are mostly lost.

And hardly anyone can read Sumerian anymore, when it’s even available, that is.

Sumerian language, language isolate and the oldest written language in existence. First attested about 3100 BCE [prior to the Flood] in southern Mesopotamia, it flourished during the 3rd millennium BCE [after the Flood]. About 2000 BCE, Sumerian was replaced as a spoken language by Semitic Akkadian (Assyro-Babylonian) but continued in written usage almost to…the beginning of the Christian era. Sumerian never extended much beyond its original boundaries in southern Mesopotamia; the small number of its native speakers was entirely out of proportion to the tremendous importance and influence Sumerian exercised on the development of the Mesopotamian and other ancient civilizations in all their stages. ..

The Archaic Sumerian language is still very poorly understood, partly because of the difficulties surrounding the reading and interpretation of early Sumerian writing and partly because of the meagreness of sources…

Around the time of Christ, all knowledge of the Sumerian language disappeared…

Unlike Assyria, Babylonia, and Egypt, whose histories and traditions are amply documented in biblical and classical sources, there was nothing to be found in non-Mesopotamian sources to make one even suspect the existence of the Sumerians in antiquity, let alone fully appreciate their important role in the history of early civilizations.

When the decipherment of cuneiform writing was achieved in the early decades of the 19th century, three languages written in cuneiform were discovered…Only after the texts written in Babylonian had become better understood did scholars become aware of the existence of texts written in a language different from Babylonian….

Several Sumerian dialects are known. Of these the most important are eme-gir, the official dialect of Sumerian, and eme-SAL, the dialect used often in the composition of hymns and incantations (see also cuneiform).

We really have to parallel the competition of the German language’s hold on the scientific community with the English language after WWI  to the competition of paganism’s Sumerian language with the Word of God.

A growing body of evidence suggests the first sixteen pyramids of ancient Egypt were not royal tombs but recovery vaults designed to revive civilization after an anticipated major catastrophe. The pyramids acted as storehouses for seeds and tools, but the treasures necessary to restore the culture of ancient Egypt were secured in a secret chamber, and the three great pyramids of Giza “point” to this secret location.

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According to top scholars in linguistics, archaeology, comparative mythology, and astronomy, myths encode the ancient knowledge of astronomy. Hertha von Dechend was professor of the history of science at the University of Frankfurt, and a research associate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), ranked the #1 university in the world. Also at M.I.T., Giorgio de Santillana was professor of the history and philosophy of science. Together von Dechend and de Santiallana compiled years of study into Hamlet’s Mill: An Essay Investigating the Origins of Human Knowledge & Its Transmission Through Myth. Drawing on scientific data, historical & literary sources, the authors argue that the myths from cultures all around the world have a common origin and are the remains of a preliterate astronomy, an exacting science whose power & accuracy were suppressed & then forgotten by an emergent Greco-Roman world view.

In support of this pagan link, the Bible documents that after the Flood the gods-oriented astronomy was re-established by Nimrod, the mighty hunter (like Artemis) who built the famous tower to reach unto the sky to restore access to the hyper dimensional power of the gods.

When physical access failed, hyper dimensional connection to the gods was achieved by, an order of priests was established who were taught the language of the Chaldeans / Sumerian in which these occult mysteries were hidden for the benefit of the elite.

61ptvw3g4ml._sl500_aa280_Manly P. Hall, famed occultist and author of over 150 published works, drew his opinions in part from his studies of comparative mythology. Among the best known of his occult teachings are Aliens Magick and Sorcery, The Secret Teachings of All Ages, and An Encyclopedic Outline of Masonic, Hermetic, Qabbalistic Rosicrucian Symbolical Philosophy. The Secret Destiny of America popularized the idea of a masonic purpose for the founding of the United (get it?) States.

The ‘learning and the tongue’ of the Chaldeans in Daniel 1:4 refer to the literature and culture, including their customs/traditions…language, fashion, food, music, arts, writings, mode of thinking, ideas, proverbs and political systems of the Chaldeans.

History records the existence of huge libraries in Babylon with books classified on all subjects…

They were the most influential class of Babylon and enjoyed a monopoly of learning, both sacred and secular. Basically, these wise men of Babylon had religion, politics, science and education in their hands and their president stood next to the king.

Sounds like Germany in the 19th century and NASA in the 20th century to me.

The universal language that allowed Nimrod’s army to access the heavens to war against God was understanding and applying the language of science – mathematics.

mathematics in the language of the universe

This is the scientific language that was scattered at the Tower of Babel.

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“And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech…And they [the elite] said one to another, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, 

And the LORD said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do.

I.e., resurrect the Heroic Age rule of the demigod gods and their human allies who sacrifice the masses to the demands of the gods.

Go to, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech. So the LORD scattered them abroad from thence upon the face of all the earth: and they left off to build the city. Therefore is the name of it called Babel.” (Gen 11:1-9)

This military countermeasure effectively served to scatter knowledge of antediluvian space technology.

One well-known event of scattering military knowledge so that it was not all held by one empire can be seen in the division of Germany’s rocket science between America and Russia after WWII. Fortunately for the world, in contrast to America dropping bombs on Japan, the balance of power between America and Russia, AKA the Cold War, has prevented anyone from dropping more atomic bombs on anyone.

We can therefore anticipate that the Adversary’s overriding response to God’s strategy is to hunt down and regather, not just the nations, but the scattered antediluvian hyper dimensional knowledge carried through time in bits and pieces by the different nations.

Prior to the 19th century, poetry, rhetoric, historiography and moral philosophy were considered particularly valuable to humane education, as they transmitted knowledge of beauty, goodness and truth. These so-called “fine sciences” (“schöne Wissenschaften”) were discredited by Immanuel Kant, who…advanced…a novel concept of “scientific education”…

Without a doubt, themost influential concept in German university history is that of the “unity of teaching and research.” 

 in the 19th and early 20th centuries, much research was conducted and disseminated in German. Interesting that “Germany has been the home of some of the most prominent researchers in various scientific disciplines, notably physics, mathematics, chemistry and engineering.”

The Great War marks an enormous watershed in the history of German archaeology, a kind of golden age. The two decades before its outbreak saw the opening or expansion of state sponsored investigations. In Mesopotamia, Assur, Babylon, Samarra, and Warka. In Egypt, Abusir and Tell-el-Amarna. In Asia Minor, Didyma, Kos, Miletus, Pergamon, and Priene. There was Baalbek in Syria, Samos in Greece, Pasargadae in Iran and Axum in Ethiopia. The Royal Museum in Berlin acquired three monumental gates (from Babylon, Mschatta, and Miletus), and (secretly) the head of Nefertiti.

Numerous other German excavators—funded by other means—started work at Hattusa in Anatolia, Tell Halaf in Syria, Jericho in Palestine, and elsewhere. Four ‘Turfan’ expeditions ranged across Chinese Turkestan, racing against Russian, French, British, and Japanese teams to wrench Buddhist murals from their cave walls. Very many of these excavations were taking place on territories held by the Ottoman Empire, which with the German Empire held a secret partageagreement, ensuring export of half of any finds, in violation of the official antiquities laws. Germany’s scholars and museums benefited immensely…

In Egypt, the British accused the German scholars at Thebes of collaborating in illicit antiquities dealing; seizing the site

Then…after the First World War, German was excluded from international scientific federations, congresses and publications…

the USA advanced to become the most important scientific force and English to the most important international scientific language…

The United States is returning more than 17,000 ancient artefacts that were looted and smuggled out of Iraq after the 2003 US invasion,including a 3,500-year-old clay tablet that bears part of the Epic of Gilgamesh, Iraq has said.

Tens of thousands of antiquities disappeared from Iraq after the invasion that toppled its leader, Saddam Hussein. Many more were smuggled out or destroyed by Islamic State (Isis), which held a third of Iraq between 2014 and 2017.

As our understanding of physics and technological capabilities increase beyond the wildest dreams of previous generations, archeologists examining thousands’ years’ old artifacts are forced to deduce that ancient cultures had high technology and advanced scientific knowledge that was lost to subsequent, post-apocalyptic, degenerated societies and is still not known in our day. At least not to the average person. Who can say what our secret government agencies have learned?

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