2. Immortal Consciousness of the Anunnaki
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Immortal Consciousness of the Anunnaki
(posted on 13-5-12)
(includes a discussion on the sons of God marrying the daughters of mortals/men; Gilgamesh, Utnapishtim & Adam)
The royalty/Anunnaki who had walked out of the Silver Age were still having the ‘immortal’ consciousness. When one enjoys the ‘immortal consciousness, one would feel that one is the soul. The Anunnaki were enjoying this immortal consciousness:
1. because of their higher spiritual strength, and
2. because they were not that easily influenced by the vices as yet.
Though they were still enjoying the immortal consciousness, the Anunnaki were not immortals. It is only the people, who live in the Golden and Silver Ages, who are immortals because they are constantly in their soul-conscious state. Even if they are exposed to mortals, they will not be influenced to use the vices because of their immortal state. The people, who had walked out of the Silver Age, were capable of using the vices if they are constantly exposed to people who keep using the vices. So, the Anunnaki had to be kept away from the mortals who were easily influenced by the vices. They had to be kept away because they had lost their immortal state.
There are no mortals living in the Golden and Silver Ages because it is the world of the divine people (gods and goddesses). In the Golden and Silver Ages, the souls do not do anything wrong and so, as per the Law of Karma, they do not have anything to settle for. So, they cannot suffer through being exposed to mortals. The divine world, of the Golden and Silver Ages, is heaven on earth. So, mortals cannot exist there.
The minute the first sinful act is done, the divine world is lost. This means that the immortality of the souls are also lost because the souls are now capable of using the vices. The vices bring the soul into the mortal state. The weaker ones will begin to feel like as if they are the bodies, more quickly, because they are more easily influenced by the vices. Since the more powerful ones have greater spiritual strength, they are still capable of experiencing the immortal state for some time until the soul gets weaker. As the souls get weaker, their ability, to be influenced by the vices, increases. This is why, if one studies the Sumerian myths, one will become aware that the behaviour of the Anunnaki and Igigi are getting worse with time. The nuclear weapons were also used later as the souls were getting weaker. As the soul gets weaker, the soul gets closer and closer to the mortal state. This is also why in the Sumerian myths, the Anunnaki had slowly begun mixing with the mortals and even started marrying them.
Since there were only a selected small group, who were involved with the building projects, there weren’t enough women in their group. Not many people were willing to come, from the Silver Aged civilizations, into the world that was considered as the mortal world. The Builders were considered as being in the mortal world. So, some of the men decided to marry the women who had been classified as the daughters of mortals/men. Those who left the Silver Aged civilizations (Nibiru), for the building projects, were seen as the sons of God:
1. because they were the sons of God during the previous Confluence Age, and
2. because they were on a mission that would, finally, get linked to the next Confluence Age, at the end.
The Builders who were more exposed to the mortals would become like the mortals more quickly. But even those who were not mixing much with the mortals were slowly turning into the mortals because the souls were getting weaker.
Gilgamesh was the mortal aspect of the Anunnaki (Enlil) who was changing into a mortal. Since it is only the gods in the Golden and Silver Ages who enjoy immortality, Utnapishtim was portrayed as informing Gilgamesh that it is only the gods who can enjoy immortality. Utnapishtim (Noah/Ziusudra) represented the Confluence Aged soul who walked into the Golden Age at the end, through surviving the destruction of the old world. This was why Utnapishtim was portrayed as having become an immortal, after having survived the Great Flood that took place at the end of the cycle. The Confluence Aged souls, finally, do become ‘immortals’ after walking into the new world. In the Gilgamesh epic, it was portrayed that Gilgamesh had decided that he could not attain immortality the way Utnapishtim had because souls cannot attain immortality, like how the Confluence Aged souls had, until the end.
Utnapishtim is different from Adam. Adam is the creation who is to live in the divine world. This creation takes place in the previous Confluence Age; and then, the creation (Adam) is put in the new world (to live). Utnapishtim is the Confluence Aged souls who, finally, become immortals in the new world.
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