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Biblical Distortions in The Urantia Book

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« Reply #45 on: April 22, 2008, 07:34:34 pm »

I was checking out some links and noticed this image of Marduk.

                     

         http://www.livius.org/ba-bd/babylon/babylonia.html         

Note the 3 coplanar circles of 1stEden on the dress of Marduk and yet each circle is a concentric circle.  ahahahahah!

And note: Marduk is on the water or is that submerged in the Abyss?  Marduk comes from the Abyss! and his message with symbolism.

Also his headdress is full of circles in which the coplanar arrangement can be seen across his crown.

Here is what the UB says about Marduk.

                     
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PAPER 95 - THE MELCHIZEDEK TEACHINGS IN THE LEVANT, Oct 19 2000

    * line 34: The Salem teachers greatly reduced the number of the gods of Mesopotamia, at one time bringing the   chief deities down to seven:  Bel, Shamash, Nabu, Anu, Ea,   Marduk,  and Sin. At the height of the new teaching they exalted three of these gods to supremacy over all others, the Babylonian triad: Bel, Ea, and Anu, the gods of earth, sea, and sky. Still other triads grew up in different localities,   all reminiscent of the trinity teachings of the Andites and the Sumerians and based on the belief of the Salemites in   Melchizedek's insignia of the three circles.   

    * line 44: It was the Salem missionaries of the period following the rejection of their teaching who wrote many of the Old Testament Psalms, inscribing them on stone, where later-day Hebrew priests found them during the captivity and subsequently incorporated them among the collection of hymns ascribed to Jewish authorship. These beautiful psalms from Babylon were not written in the temples of   Bel-Marduk;  they were the work of the descendants of the earlier Salem missionaries, and they are a striking contrast to the magical conglomerations of the Babylonian priests. The Book of Job is a fairly good reflection of the teachings of the Salem school at Kish and throughout Mesopotamia.

and

PAPER 96 - YAHWEH--GOD OF THE HEBREWS, Oct 19 2000

    * line 27: In conceiving of Deity, man first includes all gods, then subordinates all foreign gods to his tribal deity, and finally excludes all but the one God of final and supreme value. The Jews synthesized all gods into their more sublime concept of the Lord God of Israel. The Hindus likewise combined their multifarious deities into the "one spirituality of the gods" portrayed in the Rig-Veda, while the Mesopotamians reduced their gods to   the more centralized concept of Bel-Marduk  . These ideas of monotheism matured all over the world not long after the appearance of Machiventa Melchizedek at Salem in Palestine. But the Melchizedek concept of Deity was unlike that of the evolutionary philosophy of inclusion, subordination, and exclusion; it was based exclusively on creative power and very soon influenced the highest deity concepts of Mesopotamia, India, and Egypt. 

and this one that Links Marduk to Adam in Legend

PAPER 92 - THE LATER EVOLUTION OF RELIGION, Oct 19 2000

    * line 107: with the Hebrews it was, in general,   Adam's return as a material ruler. In Babylon the god   Marduk was a perpetuation of the Adam legend,    the son-of-God idea, the connecting link between man and God. Following the appearance of Adam on earth, so-called sons of God were common among the world races.
I thought that was absolutely interesting and by design links the 3 co planar circles with Adam/Marduk.

and here is the connection of Marduk to 1stEden in symbolism through the 3 coplanar circles.
                     
Its all connected to 1stEden in Symbolism

                 
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Adam's return as a material ruler. In Babylon the god   Marduk was a perpetuation of the Adam legend
and here is some more data of the co planar circles at the base of the Hill which match the the top of the Acropolis Hill in 1stEden.
                

Just simply fascinating and awesome!

Interesting measurements Ishtar

Just a thought

       
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Excerpt from the text:
"Measurements of the base of the etemenanki: here are the length and width to be considered:   3x60 is the length, 3x60 is the width  , measured in standard cubits (1 elbow length = about 50 cm). Its dimensions are therefore: 3x3=9 ; 9x2=18
   
3x60 width and 3x60 length = 360 degrees, a circle.  From a square to a circle.

and then if you divide 360/7 you get the slope angle of the Pyramid.

Then if you get the triangle separate each and bend each end 60 degrees x 6 inwards you get a circle. 360 degrees.

Do I see a relationship of the circle, triangle, square and the Pyramid entwined by 360 degrees, the circle and transmutation into other shapes with precision with the common number being 6, 60 and 360 in multiples of 10.

Its like how do we make a circle out of a square or circle into a triangle and what slope!

Sevens
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