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Sumer
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Sumer

Sumer and Sumerian civilization. A notable non-Semitic culture appeared in S Mesopotamia (Sumer) at least as early as the 5th millennium B.C. By 3000 B.C. Sumerian city-states, e.g., Erech, Kish, Lagash, and UR, developed considerable power based on irrigated agriculture. Pottery and metalwork were made into fine arts, and the Sumerians probably invented CUNEIFORM writing. The Sumerians were the rivals of Semitic cities such as AKKAD and ultimately were conquered by them. A Sumerian revival under the third dynasty of Ur (c.2060 B.C.) lasted until that dynasty fell to ELAM, and the growth of BABYLONIA ended the Sumerians as a nation.

Sumer

Sumer (s¡´mer)
An ancient country of southern Mesopotamia in present-day southern Iraq. Archaeological evidence dates the beginnings of Sumer to the fifth millennium B.C. By 3000 a flourishing civilization existed, which gradually exerted power over the surrounding area and culminated in the Akkadian dynasty founded (c. 2340) by Sargon I. Sumer declined after 2000 and was later absorbed by Babylonia and Assyria. The Sumerians are believed to have invented the cuneiform system of writing.



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Literature, 3000 B.C.E.

internal linkGilgamesh in Sumerian cuneiform is the first known written legend and tells of a great flood in which man was saved by building an ark.



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The Solar Ultraviolet Measurements of Emitted Radiation (SUMER) spectrometer instrument on SOHO detected the solar wind by observing the ultraviolet spectrum (a separation of internal linklight into its component colors, or wavelengths) over a large area of the solar north polar region.  By analyzing light this way, astronomers learn a great deal about the object emitting the light, such as its temperature, chemical composition and motion.



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Today's physicists enjoy speculating about Theories of Everything, but they really don't mean everything. They just mean physics and cosmology. Some 5,000 years ago, the Sumerians constructed a remarkable Theory of Everything based upon music, a base-60 number system, and symmetry concepts. These Sumerians didn't have supercomputers but they were able to incorporate into their theory much more than physics and cosmology. Below, E.G. McClain provides some insight into ancient Sumerian thinking:

     "In ancient Mesopotania, music, mathematics, art, science, religion, and poetic fantasy
     were internal linkfused. Around 3000 B.C., the Sumerians simultaneously developed cuneiform
     writing, in which they recorded their pantheon, and a base-60 number system. Their
     gods were assigned numbers that encoded the primary ratios of music, with the gods'
     functions corresponding to their numbers in acoustical theory. Thus the Sumerians
     created an extensive tonal/arithmetical model for the cosmos. In this far-reaching
     allegory, the physical world is known by analogy, and the gods give divinity not only to
     natural forces but also to a 'internal linksupernatural,' intuitive understanding of mathematical
     patterns and psychological internal linkforces."

To understand the role of musical theory in modeling the cosmos, one must realize that it involves: "the definition of intervals, the distance between pitches, by ratios of integers or counting numbers." For the ancient Sumerians music was a tool that helped them describe the cosmos.

(McClain, Ernest G.; "Musical Theory and Ancient Cosmology," The World and I, p. 371,
February 1994. Cr. L. Ellenberger)



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book _The Sacred internal linkMushroom and the Cross_ by John M. Allegro. A dense work of etymology tracing the roots of Christianity back to Sumerian fertility cults, with particular internal linkfocus on the possible central position of internal linkpsychedelic mushrooms in mystery rites among early Christians. Valuable analysis of the sexual connotations of mushroominternal linkmorphology, and of encrypted mushroom-related internal linkinformation in the New Testament. Allegro was one of the original Dead Sea Scrolls scholars.
  

mushroom stone guatemala  300-600 a.d.


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"...Man and his early civilizations had a profoundly different mentality from our own, that in fact men and women were not conscious as are we, were not responsible for their actions, and therefore cannot be given the credit or blame for anything that was done over these vast millennia of internal linktime; that instead each person had a part of his nervous system that was divine, by which he was ordered about like any slave, a voice or voices which indeed were what we call volition and empowered what they commanded and were related to the hallucinated voices of others in a carefully established hierarchy."

"...The astonishing consistency from internal linkEgypt to internal linkPeru, from Ur to Yucatan, wherever civilizations arose, of death practices and idolatry, of divine government and hallucinated voices, all are witness to the idea of a different mentality than our own."

imagination manifests realities Wire - A Bell Is A Cup Until It Is Struck

"The gods were in no sense 'figments of the internal linkimagination' of anyone. They were man's volition. They occupied his internal linknervous system, probably his right hemisphere, and from stores of admonitory and receptive experience, transmuted this experience into articulated speech which then 'told' the man what to do."
 
 
Central Nervous System

"Throughout Mesopotamia, from the earliest times of Sumer and Akkad, all lands were owned by gods and men were their slaves. Of this, the cuneiform texts leave no doubt whatever. Each city-state had its own principal god, and the king was described in the very earliest written documents that we have as 'the tenant farmer of the god'."

     - Julian Jaynes - _The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind_



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Parallels Between The internal linkHopi & Sumerian Cultures
by Robert Morningsky

Seven Sisters


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The oldest know breed of domesticated dog is the saluki.  Carvings of animals resembling the saluki have been found in excavations of the Sumerian Empire believed to date from between 6000 and 7000 B.C.



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Sumerian pictograph carvings sefirot

Sumerian pictographs carvings have depictions similar to the internal linkKabbalistic Tree of Life.



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SUMER emblem
[S]OLAR [U]LTRAVIOLET [M]EASUREMENTS OF [E]MITTED [R]ADIATION



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Sumerian Solar System depiction

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