These mighty cities of the Euphrates were in sharp contrast to the stone monuments erected by the Egyptians, which still stand today. The other downside to clay being the only building material, is that clay is the only material to write on. Hence clay tablets are all that exists today from this period, to study and learn from their culture. Though many have survived, clay tablets as a writing surface are not the most enduring. This again can be in contrast to the Egyptians who painted or carved their language onto stone. The Egyptian also wrote on papyrus, but many only exist in fragmented form today.
Dagan as all Anunnaki, had courtships and sex with numerous desirable and beautiful females within the region, and once Dagan saw a Priestess of Kish, that was especially beautiful, he sought her, and from this relations she gave birth to an illegitimate child, who came to be called Sargon. Through a series of events her son, Sargon becomes king, and immediately, sets out to conquer the entire southern Mesopotamia , including the Sumerians. With the help of Dagan, Sargon butchers and annihilates all the neighbouring territories and city states. Before long Sargon has the great southern Sumerian city of Ur in a long protracted seize. After it's fall and with the Sumerian victory complete, he washes his hands and sword in the Persian gulf, as if saying he's “finished with it”, similar to Pontius Pilate washing his hands, centuries later. This then establishes the Semite kingdom as a leading power on earth. Sargon's military victories enables Dagan's Semitic Kingdom to become the first, dominate power in earth's history.
The question is what is this weapon of Dagan, that assists in Naram-Sin's victory? In the Victory Stele of Naram-Sin, now at the Louvre, over the Lullubi Mountain people, the weapon is in full view atop the battle scene, depicted below.
Here we can see Naram-Sin wearing the horned headdress of the Anu, looking up in reverence, to a four wheeled chariot of Dagan, Dagan's great weapon. The outer hubs of the axles can be seen extending outside of the relief, and by looking closely, there is a wheel within a wheel on each axle. Each wheel has eight spokes, and there is two wheels per axle. This is the same throne/chariot as described by Ezekiel in the Bible, in Ezekiel 1:16, when Yahweh approaches him."The appearance of the wheels...and the four had one likeness...and their work was as it were a wheel within a wheel."
This gives rise to Dagan being the Sumerian / Akkadian name for Yahweh which is the later Hebrew name for the God of the Semitic people.
These Chariots of the Gods actually existed and were used by the Anunnaki to assist their seed on earth in the wars of man and domination of the seed of other Anunnaki.
The Egyptians also viewed these chariots of the Gods, and similar to the Sumerian, Persian, and Assyrian, and depicted them in art form. The Victory Stela of Amenhotep 3rd, now in the Cairo Egyptian Museum illustrates how the Egyptians described the Chariot of the Gods, as art. A Falcon figure is seen atop many of their stelas.
Their representations also included an Omega like object that connected man to these chariots.
Ezekiel in his vision for the rebuilding of the 2nd temple,(Ezekiel 40 2-4) was approached by YHWH caring a Shen. "In a Godly vision,...approached by a man who had the appearance of bronze and who held in his hand a flaxen string and a measuring rod."
These acts of defiance were now magnified by Sargon's military conquest of the Sumerian people, who the Anunnaki had a long and peaceful relationship with. The great Sumerian city of Uruk, probably the most populated city on earth at that time, was sacked and is walls dismantled, while the city of Kazalla was put to a state of total waste, that is said, “that a bird could not find a perch.” Naram-Sin, his grandson, takes these acts of defiance a step further, by giving himself the title, Master of the Universe, and proclaiming himself a God. He is the first King in history to deify himself. For a King of earth to proclaim himself master of the universe is a direct act of contempt against the Anunnaki.
The Sumerian texts speaks of a curse that was brought upon the Akkadians for their murderous acts. For many years this was thought to be a myth, but recent discoveries from diggings have proved much of this to be true. This is evident from the dig site at Tel LeiLan, which points to a drought that may have lasted upwards to 300 hundred years. This city was abandoned and from the soil samples, of a large layer of fine wind blown sand, there appears to be no human activity, for a long extended period.
The Egyptian name Ramsses, given to a number of Pharaohs, was also derived from this same name. Ra being the “Sun God”, and msses meaning “born of”,is a derivative of moses, as in Thutmosis. In Exodus 2:19 it says Moses was an Egyptian, not a Hebrew. In the presence of close family members the Crown Prince, may certainly have been called Moses. The question is, what happened to Moses? There has never been found a burial site of the crown prince, extremely odd for the Egyptians, or any mention of his accomplishments. Amenhotep 3rd was really a family man, including in many reliefs his 4 daughters, but never including the crown prince. The answer to the crown prince history and seeming disappearance, can be found in the bible's account.
(iii) Ancient people associated names with their gods,so if they changed gods they responded by changing the spelling of people and cities to reflect that.
The Tulli papyrus was accompanied with hieroglyphic text, giving a 1 rod dimension to these numerous objects, seen at the top of the drawing.. A certain amount of fear along with amazement resulted, as the army of the King was gathered and assembled at the site, as a protection against these chariots, that were becoming more numerous. They soon disappeared, and moved to the south. To assemble an whole army would have taken days, if not weeks, suggesting these objects remained in view for some time.Fig15.
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