Sumerian text records that with the arrival of the Sons of Annu in the Valley between the two rivers, the very first object that was brought with them were two or more tablets of a shiny bronze like appearance that held immense power and knowledge. These tablets were fought over, lost, hidden, and stolen many times through-out the early history of mankind. The knowledge that they held was often turned to in times where the fate of the Sons of Annu was to be determined.
From the earliest of recorded text the Tablets of Destiny, were involved in the wars and conflicts of the Annu. With the possession of the Tablets of Destiny your military prowess was increased, and this fact often brought victory to the holder. The first recorded text involves the Creation Account which tells of a Great God Kingu who possessed the tablets to enhance his chances for victory. He received these tablets from the ancient goddess Tiamat. His wife.Tiamat was the original owner of the tablets, and by giving these tablets to Kingu, it would allow him to defeat the other Great Gods. This did not occur. Kingu was later defeated, and the tablets were turned over to the Great God who defeated him. In Babylon text this Great God is Marduk.
Later texts also speak of a God named "Zu" which is probably not his real name, but this God steals the tablets from Enlil, the true owner, and what results is one of the most well known Sumerian texts. Zu is finally defeated, after a long and protracted battle, and again the tablets are the centre of the war. Even Ishtar makes an attempt to steal the tablets, but when negotiation fails, overt action is needed to return the tablets to Enki, who happened to be the owner at that time.
The tablets though were not from the valley of Sumer, and may not have originated from earth, but they have always been apart of the earth and mankind. What do they look like? In the Sumerin creation tablets it clearly speaks of the Tablets being given to Kingu by Tiamat, and "fastened it to his breast". Then after the fearsome battle with Marduk, "Marduk took the tablets of Destiny...and sealed it and place it on his breast". So the Tablets of Destiny are on the breast of Marduk.
From the ancient image of Marduk the Tablets of Destiny are clearly seen. Placed around his neck on his breast. His heavily designed overcoat and hat shows the motifs of the Tablets of Destiny. All this points to the fact that having ownership of the Tablets gives the owner a position of considerable power and importance.
The Egyptians in their mythology also had a similar tablet of great wisdom and power. This was known as the Book of Toth. Toth was the Egyptian God of Wisdom and as Egyptian text states he wrote in this book, all the magic of the world.
"Toth wrote the Book with his own hand, and in it is all the magic in the world. If thou readest the first page, thou wilt enchant the sky, the earth, the abyss, the mountains, and the sea; thou wilt understand the language of the birds of the air, and thou wilt know what the creeping things of earth are saying, and thou wilt see the fishes from the darkest depths of the sea. And if thou readest the other page, even though thou wert dead and in the world of ghosts, thou couldest come back to earth in the form thou once hadst. And besides this, thou wilt see the sun shining in the sky with the full moon and the stars, and thou wilt behold the great shapes of the gods."
Neferkaptah a son of a king, covets this book, and pays 100 pieces of silver for it's location. Through a series of events he eventually discovers the Book of Toth and steals it. The Book is hidden within a box, within a box, and within a golden box, and protected by an immortal snake. The theft of the book eventually will bring great lose to Neferkaptah, as Toth seeks revenge and kills his son and wife. Neferkaptah now foresees his own life is in danger,so he fixes the Book of Toth to his breast, just before his death at the hand of Toth.
The Egyptian Book of Toth is similar to the Tablets of Destiny in that it holds the secrets of the earth, you will behold the god's themselves. Even if your dead, you may walk the earth as if living. As with the Tablets of Destiny the Anunnaki were able to see the Universe as it truly was, and so to with the Book of Toth. The book is also coveted and stolen like the Tablets of Destiny, and is attached to the breast of the holder, again like the Tablets.
Why three tablet discs?
When someone mentions the word "destiny", what conjures in your mind? Your "fate", Your "future". Events that might or could take place to determine your eventual life? The three tablet discs represent your past, your present and your future. These discs in conjunction with the ABZU, which Sumerian text states; "where the fate of man is determined" and the Chariots of the Gods, can prolong, and redirect your life course, depending on which disc are used. These discs hold enormous power to the holder.
Notice also the 3 discs have a hole in their centre. This would indicate that their real purpose is to have them on an axle, and spinning as a wheel. Would not this be seen as similar to the spinning wheels on the chariots of the gods. From this; the fate of man can be altered. This is fate can be controlled by the cables extending down ending in an Omega. From the chariot of the gods linking the figures below, are these two cables stretched on either side of the Tree of Life, to control or alter one's life or destiny. Wavy lines in Sumerian steles represent water, as figure below illustrates. What is important is that this water coming from the Chariot of the Gods and ends in the Omega symbol. This is illustrating that this water , has been transformed into a life extending liquid.
In all of human history there has been only two sets of tablets that empower the fate of man. The tablets of the Ten Commandments and the Tablets of Destiny. Could it be that the Tablets of Destiny are the real power behind the Tablets that Moses returns with from Mount Sinai?
Find the Ark, and you will have found the Tablets of Destiny. The power of the Tablets of Destiny, would of been coveted by all the Great Gods of Sumeria, but none more than Dagan, the 1st God of the Semitic people.. Dagan needed the power these Tablets to overcome the other Great Gods that outnumbered him. The question for Dagan was where to hide these tablets? To keep them safe from these other Gods. The perfect place to hide them was in the Ark of the Covenant. A religious icon that the Israelites worshiped, and would defend. Merely slip them into the 2 stone tablets already in the Ark. The Ten Commandments. These two stone tablets would then become merely a facade to hide the Tablets of Destiny.
The Ark of the Covenant contained the two stone tablets of the ten commandments, and other religious items. The Ark was kept in the Most Holy in the temple built by King Solomon. Prior to it being in the temple it travelled with the Hebrews, and was often used to defeat their enemies. It was brought with the armies of the Israelites, against opposing armies of Canaan. In one case the Ark was captured by the opposing Canaan army and was used against the Hebrews. This points to the fact that the Ark's power was not from the God of the Ancient Israelites, but from the tablets themselves, which were not predisposed to who ever was in their possession. Even if someone would touch the Ark, that person would die instantly, Hebrew or otherwise, so the Ark was carried on two long poles. This allowed it's transport without anyone touching it. Moses though was able to touch and handle the Ark and the stone tablets, which strongly suggests that the Anunnaki and the Nefilim could handle the The Ten Commandments just as they previously handled the Tablets of Destiny without injury. This all points to the fact that the ancient Ark of Israel and the Tablets of Destiny had very similar powers and attributes.
The most vital point is that these tablets were immensely powerful and important to the Anunnaki. What could have been written on these tablets that gave them such a position of importance?
These tablets held the secret of the Universe, which was written on their surface, ages ago and gave the holder their knowledge. This was the knowledge that had allowed the Anu to live for centuries, and levitate and travel huge distances at great speeds, and this is the knowledge that has been hidden from mankind. For with this knowledge, you become God. It is this knowledge that separates man from the Gods. In the Book of Enoch it tells of this knowledge that was to be kept hidden from man.
The Ancients knew of something far greater than what man has believed to be the science of the Universe. The Sun defines our "space" the space that we see as the Solar system, the space we see as the Universe, but with the knowledge of the Tablets of Destiny, we will see as the Book of Toth quotes, "we will see the sun shinning, with the full moon and stars". This is trying to tell us that the Universe will appear different with this knowledge. The knowledge will allows us to create a "space" to see things that we at present cannot see.
This space ( our solar system) is how we see the universe and how the universe sees us. The Anunnaki were able to create their own "space", as written on the Tablets of Destiny. This allowed for the ancients to sustain levitation, lift large weights. and produce flight, as if the object fails to recognize the gravity of earth. This new created "space" is what the Anunnaki were pointing at in their reliefs. (fig. 2 above) They were now amazed at what they were now able to see.
The Babylonians and their allies the Meds became the next world power after they destroyed the Assyrian capital of Nineveh. Soon all the known world was in the hands of Babylon. After the fall of the Assyrians they entered the land of Canaan, and the land of Judea and soon the city of Jerusalem was sacked. Egypt also soon fell. All of the world's treasures, iconic and religious, were carried off into the treasury of Babylon. This treasury would have been literally breathtaking to see, of unknown wealth and beauty. It would have been the riches treasury in the history of the world. The one piece of treasure that was documented to have been placed in this treasury, was the Ark of the Covenant, and after being deposited in the Treasury it was never seen again.
Nabonidus was born in Harran an Assyrian city, that was a ancient city that Abraham visited on his path northward in the Fertile Crescent. His mother was a priestess of the God Sin, and he was raised to worship Sin and Ishtar. As a young man he grew up amazed, watching the Babylonian armies defeat not only the Assyrians, but all the major powers in the known world, as they marched their path to a world power.This must of drawn him to join the Babylonian army as a young man. He was soon able to move up through the ranks, until he was a commander of an army, and had access, to Babylon and it's royal court.
Soon after Nebuchadnezzar, the King of Babylon died, the country went through a period of political instability. A number of Nebuchadnezzar's immediate offspring attempted to be king. This gave an opportunity for a coupe and Nabonidus was a man of opportunity. The records do not give details, but the young King was soon disposed, and Nabonidus becomes King of Kings. King of the known world, and more importantly keys to the worlds largest treasury ever to have known to exist.This fact is important because years later with the fall of Babylon at the hands of Cyrus the Great of Persia, his General ahead of the Persian army, after defeating the Meds, enters the city and awaits Cyrus arrival. Cyrus quickly opens the Treasury of Babylon. Babylon was not sacked as most if not all ancient cities were after their defeat, leaving these cities totally destroyed. Babylon on the other hand was left intact. The main reason from Cyrus's point of view to leave the great city intact was because of the great wealth of it's treasury, and this wealth had to be protected.
The fact of Babylon surviving this inglorious end, can also be attributed to the fact that the royal families and religious leaders of Babylon conspired against Nabonidus, and negotiated a settlement with Cyrus that they would turn the city of Babylon over to him if he would allow their ancient worship of Marduk to be reestablished and that their ancient King line be returned to power, as a governorship.
Now as Cyrus enters the great ancient city of Babylon, without a shot being fired, he goes straight to the Treasury. Upon opening it he finds, to his consternation, that many of the great iconic pieces are missing, including the Ark of the Covenant, so the question. Where is the Ark? That question can only lie with the last King of Babylon. Nabonidus
The use of the word "ARK" occurs twice in the history of man. At the time of the flood the Ark is built by Noah for the salvage mankind and many of earth's animals from the deluge of the flood. The question is why was the Ark of the Covenant called the "ARK"? Did it safe guard the Israelite nation from the destruction at the hands of the Babylonians? The word Ark has far more greater implications than Solomon's temple, as it involves the continuation of all mankind to exist.
The word "ARK" was not just meant for just the Hebrews, for the Tablets of Destiny are meant for the salvation of all mankind, and finding these tablets are paramount for the safety and vindication of earth's people..
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