World of the Dead and the alien belief system
(Posted on 7-6-12, written in June 2012)
(includes a discussion on Hades, Kur or kur-nu-gi-a, Sheol and the Egyptian underworld; why some people are tortured by aliens and why some are not; Land of no return; classification of religions, secret societies; Enkites & Enlilites; Inanna’s 3 days in the underworld; significance of the moon)
Contents: The Sumerian Kur is the place where the dead go to. It was the underworld where souls go and stay in until it is time to play the immortal roles at the end. The Sumerian Kur also represented the world at the end. This was why Inanna was portrayed as descending into the underworld. I have explained Inanna’s descend in other articles. It is at the end of the cycle that the world would be in it’s worst state. It was also where the souls, who had been involved with the alien belief system in earlier births, will experience being tortured by aliens because they are living in the worst part of the cycle. They will have a lot to settle because of all the wrongs that they have done in all their previous births. So, they can experience being tortured by the aliens, at the end. Inanna plays her role among them, in the underworld.
The descent of Inanna also relates to allowing the Copper Aged mapmaker past births to emerge and play their roles, as I am allowing now. This is why, in the myths, Inanna/Ishtar had to send someone else into the underworld so that she can stay in the Upper World, after having left the underworld. If my past births are in an emerged state now, it is as if they have left the underworld. Since the past births and I are sharing the same corporeal body now, it is as if one of the birth roles has to be in the underworld while the other emerges to the Upper World. In this respect, the underworld is the imperfect state of the soul since ‘past births emerging’ is not a righteous state. Another way of looking at it is that ‘using the corporeal body itself is like being in the underworld’. If one of the birth roles is in the body-conscious state while using the corporeal body, the birth role is in Kur since it is the end of the cycle now.
The Sumerian Kur is the same as Hades, the Hebrew Sheol, and so on. Even in the Egyptian believe system, the ‘afterlife’ played a central role. When people died, their souls begin a difficult journey through the underworld. All the dead were in the Underworld. The dead pharaoh was believed to travel through the underworld to the afterlife in his solar boat. This journey through the underworld is the same as being in Kur, or Hades, until the end. The Egyptian afterlife represents the birth-role emerging to play it’s role at the end.
For convenience, I am going to use the word Hades to represent Kur, Sheol and other words representing something similar. Hades is a Greek word which means “World of the Dead” and it is the place where people go to after death. In the realm of Hades, there are various divisions. These places were portrayed as the heaven or hell which one went to, after death. The concepts of heaven and hell were included into the concept of the underworld, with time.
When the royalty (who were also referred to as the Anunnaki, in the myths) moved out of the Silver Age, they had to create religions, and laws, so as to keep people behaving in a virtuous manner. Thus, the theory that one would go to hell or heaven after death was introduced. It would encourage people to behave well because they would not want to go to hell after death.
The people who walked out of the Silver Age, had also played the role of the Copper Aged Reptilians. With time, these Copper Aged Reptilians got split into 2 groups: the Enkites and the Enlilites. The Enlilites were considered as the Copper Aged Reptilians who were walking on the righteous path set by Enlil. Those in the line of Enki, especially those in the line of Marduk, were considered as walking on the non-righteous path. Marduk, the son of Enki, introduced practices giving immortality to birth roles. This was definitely not righteous because birth roles are supposed to sink deep down after death. They are not supposed to stay in an emerged state (like ghosts).
Enki was Enlil’s helper and so it cannot be said that he set the path for those in his line, though he had helped to establish it through the prophecies which he had given. He had also helped the people, in his line, to play their role because, as per the World Drama, they had a role to play. This was one of the reasons why Enki’s domain was seen as the Lower World while Enlil’s domain was seen as the Upper World. Their domains were based on the roles that they play in the World Drama and based on where the lands, which were under their control, were. Enki was seen as the "Lord of Kur" because of his involvement with the underworld, which was meant to take over and influence the whole world from the Confluence of the Silver and Copper Ages. Kur was also portrayed as a dragon-like creature because of Enki’s involvement with the Copper Aged Reptilian mapmakers. There is more to Kur but I will not be discussing that here. Enki also represented God’s role because of God’s involvement with the Reptilians. It is God who uses Enki and Enlil as instruments on earth.
Enlil becomes Brahma Baba during the next Confluence Age. Thus, his role was for the righteous path. Enki’s role was for the development of the Copper Aged mapmaker roles. With time, it developed to include black magic. Thus, it was a non-righteous path. It did not give emphasis to the usage of the virtues and righteousness, as Enlil’s path had. Thus, those who began the religions were considered as the descendants of Enlil because religions encouraged people to behave in a righteous and virtuous manner. From the line of Enki, the various branches of secret societies had developed. Those who were following the path of Enlil were considered as going to the heavenly regions, in Hades, after death. Those who were following the path of the descendant of Enki were considered as going to hell (in Hades) after death. Since all the Anunnaki were paving the way for the alien believe system, the believers of the alien believe system would also either go to heaven or hell, after death.
If one was experiencing good alien experiences now, the soul (during past births) must have walked on the path set out by Enlil. Or they may be souls who have just come down from the Soul World. They will be enjoying their heavenly satopradhan life on earth. They may be devotees belonging to the alien belief system. God will be helping them as an Alien too because the belief system involves God playing His role as an Alien.
If a person is being tortured by the aliens now, then the soul (during past births) may have walked on the path set by the descendant of Enki. The alien belief system enable the souls, who were involved with the alien belief system, to settle (for their wrong) through the torture experienced at the hands of the aliens. It is not God who is torturing them. It is happening based on the powerful belief system that had been created around 2500 years ago and as per the Law of Karma. This alien belief system is part and parcel of the Copper Aged Reptilian Collective Consciousness (which is also empowering the alien belief system).
Kur was also referred to as Kur-nu-gi-a which means the "Land of No Return" because souls who got involved in the practices of giving immortality for birth roles or the practices for the Copper Aged Reptilian Collective Consciousness or the practices for the alien belief system will continue to be influenced by what they had done, until the end. This is why some people are tortured by aliens. However, they do not know why they are tortured because they are in the mortal state and so they do not remember what they had done in their past births.
Hades was the place where the souls went to, and remained in, until they faced Judgement Day. Though the soul is involved with this subtle realm, the soul will still be taking re-births in the corporeal world. Though the souls take re-births, the souls will be influenced by the fact that their consciousness has got attached to specific realms in the subtle underworld. The souls get attached to specific subtle realms in Hades because of the programming that was given to the soul (so that the soul will remain influenced by the programming until the end).
Taking re-births is also part and parcel of the underworld. People suffer, for their wrong-doings, in subsequent births (in the Copper and Iron Ages). The ordinary world, in the Copper and Iron Ages, was considered as the ‘Land of no return’ because souls will be suffering there and they will be waiting to return to the Soul World because they cannot tolerate the pain and suffering. But they cannot return to the Soul World because once a soul has come into the corporeal world, they cannot return to the Soul World until God comes and takes them back (at the end of the cycle). God only takes them back after Judgement Day, at the end.
The 3 days, during which Inanna was ‘dead’ in the Underworld, also represented the soul’s re-births in the underworld before the soul resurrects at the end of the cycle (through the Confluence Age). The 3 days also represented the time Inanna spent in the underworld, at the end.
In every month, one will not be able to see the moon in the sky for 3 days (on the ‘no moon day’ and during the 2 days after the ‘no moon day’). The ‘no moon day’ represents the darkest time, at the end of the cycle. After the 3 days, one might be able to see the 3rd day moon. This 3rd day moon represented the new creation. It represented the new world where the deity souls take their new Golden Aged births in the new cycle. Thus, the 3 days (when the moon cannot be seen) were used to represent the time when Inanna was in the underworld (at the end). Inanna will be involved with giving knowledge during this time, in the underworld. In other articles, I will discuss why Jesus was also portrayed as having gone to the underworld and given knowledge, after crucifixion, before ascending to heaven (after 3 days).
During the Confluence Age, Inanna (the deity soul) is restored back to the state where she is considered to be the ‘living’. Then, Inanna (the soul) plays her role in the Confluence Age and then in the divine world. This was portrayed through Enki (God) helping to give life to Inanna and bringing her back to the Upper World where she becomes the Queen of Heaven again.
In the Copper and Iron ages, it is as if the deity soul is ‘dead’. This is a reason why Inanna was portrayed as being dead while she was in the underworld. However, in the Confluence Age, at the end, Inanna will be in the state where she is dead to the old world. I have explained this in other articles.
Inanna was portrayed as the daughter of the moon god Nanna because Inanna represents the spiritual daughter of Brahma Baba in the Confluence Age. During the Confluence Age, the soul becomes like the moon (like the perfect state which the soul of Brahma Baba has achieved).
In the first half cycle, no one will be interested in returning to the Soul World because everyone will be enjoying happiness in the Golden and Silver Ages. It is heaven on earth. The Copper and iron Ages are Hell on earth. Even though it is hell or the underworld, the soul who have just come down from the Soul World will be enjoying their satopradhan life on earth. This was also a reason why, in the myths, Hades was portrayed as having regions where people can live a heavenly life. Among other things, Hades represents:
1. the subtle realms where our consciousness is in, while we are enjoying or suffering (while we are in the corporeal world)
2. the corporeal world itself (where we can be enjoying or suffering)
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