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    VENOMOUS DRAGONS OF DEATH
    Koldewey’s Conundrum and Delitzsch’s dilemma is a book written by Joseph P Farrell and is a must read for anyone interested in Mesopotamian ancient history. Robert Koldewey’s problem was the mosaic animal images of the Ishtar gate of Babylon. Koldewey claimed to have found the hanging gardens of Babylon which some people question, he did find the Babylonian Ishtar gate however which led him on a quest to identify the animals which are depicted on the gate.
    Koldewey’s Conundrum was the middle animal on either side of the Ishtar gate of Babylon, the Sirrush, the dragon of death.
    The animals depicted above and below the Sirrush are bulls and the now-extinct Aurochs. Why would an animal of mythic imagination be presented together with other animals we know of as being real ?
    Farrell goes into the subject much further and writes about the subject in a very well structured understanding, great read.
    Koldewey wrote:
    “a creation of another, essentially different type confronts us in the “dragon.” This is the Sirrush of legend, or as it is often referred to today, the Mus-rushu, which Delitzsch renders as “splendid serpent.” The slender body, the wavy-lined tail, the similarly steep, solemn slender neck with its small scale-covered head… stands out better in color reproduction. The scaly attire shows itself on the hind legs downward to the middle of the shins. one observes larger diagonal scales on the abdomen. The forelegs resemble those of a long-legged type of cat, perhaps a panther. The hind feet are those of a bird of prey…. on the end of the tail one can observe a curved quill, as in a scorpion. The head is entirely that of a snake with a closed mouth from which a forked tongue protrudes. it also bears a large upright, prominent horn from which an appendage spirals or curls out…. Behind the “whiskers” a tuft of three locks of hair falls, pictured as three long spiraling locks…. This strange animal, with the above-enumerated features, as per Jastrow’s picture portfolio of the religion of Babylon and Assyria, was found in the oldest Babylonian art and preserved these features unchanged for millennia. Thus one may not say that it is a fantastic production, a chimerical picture of Babylonian-Assyrian art.”
    Farrell goes further describing the dragon of death as such,
    “one had a creature with the forelegs of a great cat, the hind legs of a bird, with a curving tail with what appeared to be a scorpion’s sting, a long scaly body, a snake’s head, out of which grew a horn! and this creature appeared in the artwork of the region with amazing consistency through the millennia, and in the context of other very real creatures, one of which was the now-extinct Aurochs. it could not be, Koldewey concluded, merely the chimerical production of a fevered Mesopotamian artistic imagination, for in cases where such mythological creatures were encountered in Babylonian art, these showed a great deal of change over time; the Sirrush did not.”
    [Delitzsch’s dilemma is another subject altogether, what Delitzsch discovered was three cuneiform tablets with the tetragramaton written on them, pre-dating the supposed first occurrence of the Name given to Moses on Mount Sinai by more than a thousand years, maybe a lot more. Knowing this shows that the explanation of the bible is an outright lie. I will add a comment about the three Delitzsch tablets on the other post, EA= IEUE=ENKI, as the tablets clearly identify IA as the Creator further strengthening the conclusions of that post.]
    The dragon of death is further found in other places.
    Chinese images of the dragon show the very same dragon being coaxed by very tall robust looking men with strange eyes, coaxed with fire, apparently they are attracted towards fire. Some images including the Chinese show very slender wings which run along the length of the torso of the dragon. The dragon appears to be able to rush upon its prey with great speed using its wings. It is not difficult to conclude that these Chinese images show the peoples of the dragon who the Chinese speak of as their Alien parent race, the Annuna.
    King Solomon also speaks of the poisonous dragons of death surrounding the children of Israel during their sojourn in the wilderness. As the pillar of fire leads them the dragons circle the population and pick off sinners at the outer edge of the people.
    THE WISDOM OF SOLOMON
    CHAPTER 16
    1 Therefore by the like were they punished worthily,
    and by the multitude of beasts tormented.
    2 Instead of which punishment,
    dealing graciously with Your own people,
    You prepared for them meat of a strange taste,
    even quails to stir up their appetite:
    3 To the end that they desiring food,
    might for the ugly sight of the beasts
    sent among them loath even that,
    which they must needs desire;
    but these, suffering penury for a short space,
    might be made partakers of a strange taste.
    4 For it was requisite,
    that upon them exercising tyranny should come penury,
    which they could not avoid:
    but to these it should only be shown
    how their enemies were tormented.
    5 For when the horrible fierceness of beasts came upon these,
    and they perished with the stings of crooked serpents,
    Your wrath did not endure for ever:
    6 But they were troubled for a small season,
    that they might be admonished, having a sign of salvation,
    to put them in remembrance of the commandment of your law.
    7 For he that turned himself toward it was not saved
    by the thing that he saw, but by You that are the Saviour of all.
    8 And in this you made your enemies confess,
    that it is You who delivers from all evil:
    9 For them the bites of grasshoppers and flies killed,
    neither was there found any remedy for their life:
    for they were worthy to be punished by such.
    10 But Your sons not the very teeth of venomous dragons overcame: for Your mercy was ever by them, and healed them.
    11 For they were pricked, that they should remember Your words;
    and were quickly saved, that not falling into deep forgetfulness,
    they might be continually mindful of Your goodness.
    12 For it was neither herb, nor mollifying plaster,
    that restored them to health:
    but Your word, IEUE, which heals all things.
    13 For You have power of life and death:
    You that leads to the gates of shaul, and brings up again.
    14 A man indeed kills through his malice:
    and the spirit, when it is gone forth,
    returns not; neither the soul received up comes again.
    15 But it is not possible to escape Your hand.
    16 For the wicked, that denied to know You,
    were scourged by the strength of Your arm:
    with strange rains, hails, and showers,
    were they persecuted, that they could not avoid,
    and through fire were they consumed.
    17 For, which is most to be wondered at,
    the fire had more force in the water, that quenches all things:
    for the world fights for the righteous.
    18 For sometime the flame was mitigated,
    that it might not burn up the beasts
    that were sent against the wicked;
    but themselves might see and perceive that they
    were persecuted with the judgement of Alien.
    19 And at another time it burns even in the midst of water
    above the power of fire, that it might destroy the
    fruits of an unjust land.
    20 Instead whereof you fed Your own people
    with the angels food and did send them from heaven bread
    prepared without their labour, able to content every man’s delight,
    and agreeing to every taste.
    21 For Your sustenance declared Your sweetness to Your children,
    and serving to the appetite of the eater,
    tempered itself to every man’s liking.
    22 But snow and ice endured the fire and melted not,
    that they might know that fire burning in the hail,
    and sparkling in the rain, did destroy the fruits of the enemies.
    23 But this again did even forget his own strength,
    that the righteous might be nourished.
    24 For the creature that serves you,
    who are the Maker increases his strength
    against the unrighteous for their punishment,
    and abates his strength for the benefit
    of such as put their trust in You.
    25 Therefore even then was it altered into all fashions,
    and was obedient to Your grace, that nourishes all things,
    according to the desire of them that had need:
    26 That Your children, IEUE, who You love,
    might know, that it is not the growing of fruits that nourishes man:
    but that it is Your word,
    which preserves them that put their trust in You.
    27 For that which was not destroyed of the fire,
    being warmed with a little sunbeam, soon melted away:
    28 That it might be known,
    that we must prevent the sun to give You thanks,
    and at the day spring pray to You.
    29 For the hope of the unthankful
    shall melt away as the winter’s hoar frost,
    and shall run away as unprofitable water.
    CHAPTER 17
    1 For great are Your judgements, and cannot be expressed:
    therefore unnurtured souls have erred.
    2 For when unrighteous men thought to oppress the holy nation;
    they being shut up in their houses, the prisoners of darkness,
    and fettered with the bonds of a long night,
    lay there exiled from the eternal providence.
    3 For while they supposed to lie hid in their secret sins,
    they were scattered under a dark veil of forgetfulness,
    being horribly astonished and troubled with strange apparitions.
    4 For neither might the corner that held them
    keep them from fear:
    but noises as of waters falling down sounded about them,
    and sad visions appeared to them with heavy countenances.
    5 No power of the fire might give them light:
    neither could the bright flames of the stars
    endure to lighten that horrible night.
    6 Only there appeared to them a fire kindled of itself,
    very dreadful: for being much terrified,
    they thought the things which they saw to be worse
    than the sight they saw not.
    7 As for the illusions of magic, they were put down,
    and their vaunting in wisdom was reproved with disgrace.
    8 For they, that promised to drive away
    terrors and troubles from a sick soul,
    were sick themselves of fear, worthy to be laughed at.
    9 For though no terrible thing did fear them;
    yet being scared with beasts that passed by,
    and the hissing of serpents,
    10 They died for fear, denying that they saw the air,
    which could from no side be avoided.
    11 For wickedness, condemned by her own witness,
    is very timorous, and being pressed with conscience,
    always forecasts grievous things.
    12 For fear is nothing else but
    a betraying of the succours which reason offers.
    13 And the expectation from within, being less,
    counts the ignorance more than the cause which brings the torment.
    14 But they sleeping the same sleep that night,
    which was indeed intolerable and which came upon them
    out of the bottoms of inevitable shaul,
    15 Were partly vexed with monstrous apparitions,
    and partly fainted, their heart failing them:
    for a sudden fear and not looked for, came upon them.
    16 So then whosoever there fell down was straitly kept,
    shut up in a prison without iron bars,
    17 For whether he were farmer,
    or shepherd, or a labourer in the field,
    he was overtaken, and endured that necessity,
    which could not be avoided:
    for they were all bound with one chain of darkness.
    18 Whether it were a whistling wind,
    or a melodious noise of birds among the spreading branches,
    or a pleasing fall of water running violently,
    19 Or a terrible sound of stones cast down,
    or a running that could not be seen of skipping beasts,
    or a roaring voice of most savage wild beasts,
    or a rebounding echo from the hollow mountains;
    these things made them to swoon for fear.
    20 For the whole world shined with clear light,
    and none were hindered in their labour:
    21 Over them only was spread an heavy night,
    an image of that darkness which should after ward receive them:
    but yet were they to themselves more grievous than the darkness.
    I have drawn the conclusion that the dragons of death are pet animals of the Annuna [like dogs]and will be used to control and round up peoples when the Annuna return to earth.
    Sitchen proposed that the last time the planet Nibiru came past earth was around 600 BC, I think it is evident that it happened around 1600 BC when IEUE descended onto Mount Sinai. Later after king Davids time when the children of Israel descended into blood sacrificial worship Baal Gad style IEUE became known as the Yahu, the Babylonian demon of death who is now known as the Yahweh/Jehovah monster.
    If the post shows some interest I will add some images of the dragons, they are not difficult to find however and it is worth having a collection of them so you know what you may have to deal with, real soon.
    WINDY

    God is the Arcadian name of the whore of Babylon the Roman Lucifer

    FriedNietz
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    Is the title of the Farrell book:

    Genes, Giants, Monsters, and Men: The Surviving Elites of the Cosmic War and Their Hidden Agenda
    ?
    I couldn’t find the title as you posted above, but a similar chapter named in above book.

    Thanks for info…. Ya learn something new everyday. Am not familiar with Mr. Farrell, and see a number of PDF and epub documents available through lib gen, etc.

    FriedNietz
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    Stumbled across this video of Rex interviewing Mr. Farrell today. Tawas a good one 🙂

    Joseph Farrell on Leak Project

    FriedNietz
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    Windy, the Sirrush seems very similar to the Anzu, or Zu. Am starting to read the Myth of Zu and realized these similarities to the creature you’ve described…. Could be wrong.

    One thing that confuses me….
    The Sirrush is usually wingless in the pictures I saw, however the occasional description does attribute wings. However, the Anzu does seem to have wings in each picture or description I found. Thoughts?


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    I think you are right,
    With the images on the second or third look I can spot the fine outline of the wings,
    Most of the time,
    Imagine they would charge at great speed, horn their prey and then sting,
    while being able to tear you in pieces with there fierce talons.

    God is the Arcadian name of the whore of Babylon the Roman Lucifer

    FriedNietz
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    Frightening to imagine…. After looking some more, I see another major difference, though not consistent, is the serpent head of sirrush vs. the eagle or owl like head of anzu…. maybe they are cousins, or perhaps genetic engineered….


    WINDY
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    OWL can be Utu Shamash
    Eagle Ninurta
    Can show factions

    God is the Arcadian name of the whore of Babylon the Roman Lucifer

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