In this list of the first dynasty after the Deluge we
not only find the divine Inanna or in the Acadian language Istarte the planet
Venus and Astarte or Ester in the Bible.
Probably she is the Mother God of the Neolithic or
prehistory but being woman not as a queen or priest.
Than another personage remains in the Epos of
Gilgamesh, our Noah of Noe from the Bible, father of Cham with the name Outnapishtim
or Ziusoudra depending in which language it is written.
This person is the last king of the king’s list of
before the deluge and is not deified by a planet.
In this table you will find the king’s list of before
the deluge of which at least 6 variants exist, with 8 till 10 kings of which
the names a sort of correspond with the 10 forefathers of before the deluge.
A relation is tried to make with the ten forefathers
between Adam and Noe. The lifetime is this time 36.000 and 72.000 years.
Ziusoudra lived 36.000 years written in nail headed characters; 600 shar= 60 x
The age of Noe with the deluge was 600 year; this
cannot be a coincidence!
King’s list before deluge
Doumouzi le berger
In this Babylonic king’s lists these kings are
associated a sagacious person of which the most well known is king Aloulim. With
him you have the relation in which way Ouan-adapa
(U4.AN.AN.) is written in
Sumerian. The Babylonians associate him with a man dressed in a cloak with fish
skin together with a fish head, during he blesses. My conclusion is that it is
about a priest he represents the spiritual world. From his half God we suppose
that he lived in the subterranean water with the name Apsou and the word sapient was Apkallou.
In the third century before
Christ in Babylon
a priest lived with the name Bérose who left us a couple of books
written in Greek.
The names in Greek, which
Béros gave us for Aloulim is Alôros and Ouan, become
Oannès changes in Italy to Janis and results in the
word Ocean too and as said before also responsible for the name of the month
January. That this God was very old is obvious and even Jupiter was beaten in
age, when you know that one was before the deluge and the other after it. The
double head is explained by that this God lived before and after the deluge and
we see the confusion with Outnapishtim
too. Maybe these two heads
show the historical and mystic side?
My Personal opinion is that the second head shows the fish head of the priest cloak which is
visible behind the silhouette.
I realise that since a very
long time ago priests and shamans are dressed in cloaks made from animalskins, wolf,
bear, leopard, lion, bull and a lot of other rare and mystic beast.
Nowadays the priests use
cloths from times far away from today, like robes or the ermine fur used by the
French judged to influence us and to let feel us uncomfortable.
It is not possible to find
a relation with the name Jan, because this name originates from Hebrew Iôhanan (favourite of Yahweh) and in German of
Is there a relation between
them and the God Poseidon, Neptune in Latin? This is a God too who lives in the
Most of the Greek Gods
originate from the Middle East and it does not
surprise me that Oannès came in a package of other Gods. Jacquenod in his
dictionary is of the opinion that there is a relation with the Sanskrit word; Idas-pati (master of the seas).
The books from Babylon speak about the
sagacious (Apkallou) pure fish (pouradou). I am seeing here the naming of
furious sea God.
PO -SEI-DON ????
This mystic person gives us
the name of January, but Oannès leaves another unexpected track too (See Dr.
This protestant theological
scientist, antipope up till his last chromosomes proves in a brilliant way that
the head of the fish with his mouth half open already existed in the time of the
Mitre cult in the shape of a bonnet (cap) and the fact the Roman Catholic
church is very inspirited by this religion, it is not a surprise that this cap
still can be found on the heads of our bishops with the name mitre.
This originates from the
word Mithra and not from a bishop who is not satisfied and says to his deacon “
Zo de mieter op” that is Dutch for the expression get lost or Nom d‘un Dieu.
The bonnet (cap) of Mithra
is even called the French revolutionary cap “bonnet phrygienne” and had no relation at all with
Hereunder you see the picture of an Apkallou on a bath. This is from
the time of Sennacherib (704 – 681 BC).
The marked lines clearly indicate the
fish head and also the fish cloak is good to see. It is for sure that is not
pleasant at all the wear such kind of cloths, this cause the terrible smell.
The mitre replaces this, which a fish head with a half open mouth good
On the contrary the double head of Janis represents from one side the
head of a priest and the other side the head of a fish. This with the meaning
that he lives in subterranean water (Absou in the Sumerian language) and this
word is copied by our Greek with Abyssos (depth of ocean).
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