The Connection Between Babylon and Jutland
The Construction of the Tower of Babel and the Air Traffic Facility of Re
After the devastating Great Flood that in the Old Testament of the Bible is called the Noachian deluge there was a new cultural beginning worldwide. While Noah, according to the angel of the Presence (Book of Jubilees), at first kept his abode at the mountain Lubar (Ararat), the sons, daughters and grandchildren of Noah moved to their territories, built towns and laid down the foundations for those culture whose simultaneous and global flowering in the academic is still an unresolved enigma in historical research.
Meanwhile the Anunnaki prince Re, father of Noah, concocted around 3100 BC the plan to expand Babylon, the “town of his contract”, to the largest metropolis of the world. No human and no offspring of the Gods should have dared to move but a single stone on the hallowed ground without the consent of the Elion Hypsistos. Almost 800 years later it was Sargon I. he dared this without permission, but the punishment by Re ruined him.
Thus it could only have been the plan of Re to have the “Tower of Babel” erected. In the Book of Jubilees and in the First Book of Moses the construction of this giant ziggurat appears as the unauthorised and pretentious action of misguided humans who “had become evil through the ungodly plan to build for themselves in the land Sinear” – Sumer – “a town and a tower” (Book of Jubilees).
The Infighting of Two Family Lines
Such a veiled presentation of the incident may only be understood if one is aware of the background of infighting that went on for millennia between Re, the son of Enki, and Sin, the son of Enlil.
The Angel of the Presence dictated Moses the Book of Jubilees – the literary template of the First Book of Moses – around the year 1220 BC; it was he who as the “Lord of the Hosts” went before the people of Israel. In this time – almost 3’000 years after the Great Flood – Sin, known as the Moon god who predestined several Israelite tribes as the “chosen people” to build it up usurpingly in Canaan, the territory of Baal-Zeus, who was in league with Re, as a strategic power factor.
This is explained that the collection of almost all power-politically important events that the Angel of the Presence dictated to Moses were propagandistically aimed at Re and his alliance of the Noites.
“Dismissive allusions to the Gods of enemy tribes”, confirms Ranke-Graves in his “Hebrew Mythology”, “who were humiliated by the Eternal, may be found in all historical books of the Bible.”
We read in the First Book of Moses (11,4-6): “And they said, Go to, let us build us a city, and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth. And the LORD came down to see the city and the tower, which the children of men builded. 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.”
This text tells in a veiled form that the group of Noites around Ham-Cronus together with their progenitor and patron Re were about to erect a huge ziggurat in order to have a safe landing place for Re in their metropolis.
For the uppermost platform of a ziggurat served always as a landing, parking and starting place for the Anunnaki royal families. This is confirmed, even if in a symbolic sense, by Hans Baumann: “Since many Sumerian god hymns have been deciphered, there can be no doubt: The step towers with their stairways were erected to ease for the gods their stepping onto Earth” (Im Lande Ur – In the Land of Ur).
This “step onto Earth”, however, occurred not symbolically, but very concretely with the aid of a mu, an aircraft. Nebuchadnezzar II. described 2’400 years after the “tower affair”, around 600 BC, the purpose of the temple tower Esagil he had erected in Babylon:
“I erected the head of the boat, the princely chariot of Marduk, amidst of the enclosed pavilion I shielded on all sides … The boat Zagmuku one sees coming nearer, the uppermost travellers between heaven and Earth.”
The “history of the tower” is the subject of a series of tablets that were found in the library of Assurbanipal. Herein the erection of the tower is mentioned as an affront against the World King Enlil.
“The thoughts in the heart of this god were evil. Against the father of the gods” – Enlil – “ he was scurrilous.” He “seduced the people of Babylon to sin and brought all and sundry to intermingle on the mountain”.
Upon this Enlil spoke “in heaven and on Earth. He asked the Lord of the gods, his father Anu, for the order his heart yearned.”
Enlil obtained also an interview with Damkina, the mother of Re. Finally he flew to Babylon and “spoke from heaven to Earth. But they did not follow him, they turned against him”.
With the realisation of this building project by Re, Irnini, the daughter of Sin, would have been severely restricted. Had she accepted that Re as overlord over all other realms of the Earth could operate unchallenged from Babylon, Irnini could have regarded her role as protectress of the land of the guardians (Sumer) in the end just as a hollow farce. For this, however, she was way too proud and ambitious.
Thus Enlil, the King of the Gods, and Irnini, Enlil’s grandchild and officially appointed protector of the Land of the guardians, formed an alliance so that the majority of the High Council siding with Enlil decided to destroy the Tower. The Book of Jubilees:
“And God sent a violent wind against the tower and destroyed it on Earth, and see, it was between Assur and Babylon in the Land Sinear”.
The old tablet text confirms:
“In the night, he” – Enlil – “put an end to their strong tower. In his wrath he spoke the verdict. To scatter them abroad was his decision. He gave the order to confound their language … he restrained them.”
With this demonstration of power Enlil had proven who was the lord of the Earth, and at the same time he had strengthened the position of his granddaughter Irnini: Re should know who is mistress in the house of Sumer and who was behind her.
Yet Re knew Irnini, his second cousin, only too well, and he knew she was power-conscious and exceedingly ambitious, but also a hothead – not a strategist of his format or that of Sin, her father.
Re had Sumer in his hand, whether Irnini was aware of it or not. For it were his descendants who in Egypt, Arabia, Canaan, Hatti, Assur and Elam were surrounding the land of the guardians. If Re had only wanted, Sumer would have been quickly and persistently cut off. But this he did not want – at least not at that point in time. For he was aware that time was working for him.
A Worldwide Air Traffic Facility
Thus Re abstained from turning Babylon into a central air traffic hub and developed the plan for the establishment of a unique flight corridor around the globe that would also supply the aircraft and space shuttles travelling on it with the energy for their operation.
Re planned the route in such a way that it did nowhere touch any land of Enlil and thus would not encroach on Irnini’s sovereign territory.
An area of utmost importance to this gigantic project was in the fiefdom of Japhet, way up North, “towards midnight”. It was the area that the Hellenes later sang about as legendary Hyperborea and that the Egyptians knew as Haunebut.
There in the North a very important engineering feat was pending.
Thus Re ordered his younger brother, the all-round scientist Thot, to go up North – as indemnification for a maintenance mistake on important installations in South Africa. On a text tablet from the shrine of Tut Ankh Amen it says:
“I will … let you go the whole way, to the place Haunebut.”
Thus Thot travelled North in order to establish a flying complex as chief architect that, once completed, would span the whole Earth. The core of this complex was in the land Haunebut, whose inhabitants had long ago forgotten the importance this area had had 5’000 years previously. We talk here of Jutland in Northern Schleswig-Holstein. Read more about this in the texts “Hyperborea – Land of the Æsir” and “Bifröst, Yggdrasil and the Oracles”.
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