1.Enlil - One of Seven
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Enlil - One of Seven
(posted on 26-5-12)
(includes a discussion on Enlil as one of the 7 Anunnaki who decree fate and as one of the 7 helpers during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages; Agni and his 7 helpers; many were portrayed as playing the role of Yahweh though Enlil was the main one; Nibiru; why Enkidu was the equal of Gilgamesh in bearing; Humbaba guards spaceports; Enkidu dying; evil wind from nuclear blast)
Enlil represents the eternal soul who is using the immortal Anunnaki god role during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages. The soul has to use the corporeal body to get things done. So, in the myths, it was portrayed like as if Enlil and the other Anunnaki had corporeal bodies on earth. One has to remember that Enlil represents the soul (using a corporeal body) while trying to understand what is being said about Enlil (in my articles).
In the Sumerian myths, Enlil was portrayed as one of the 7 Anunnaki who decrees fate. One reason, for portraying him as one of the 7, is based on what he does during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages. What he had done, during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages, was combined to how he and the other 7 most powerful souls were used in the Confluence Age and in the tribunal, on Judgement Day, at the end. I have explained a little on this at:
The Anunnaki were seen as God’s helpers, or God’s representatives, on earth. They were not having a link to God as the Confluence Aged helpers have (during the Confluence Age). From the Copper Age, God guides us, and helps us, even though we do not have a direct link to Him. Since the souls, of the Anunnaki, were God's helpers during the Confluence Age, the Anunnaki were portrayed like as if they were also the Confluence Aged helpers (in the Sumerian myths).
Another reason, why Enlil was placed within the group of 7, was that Enlil does not play the role of BapDada (with God) during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages. Thus, he was sometimes portrayed like as if he was only one among the 7 helpers.
God only uses Brahma Baba, during the Confluence Age, so as to play the role of BapDada. God does not come into the corporeal world, to play the role of BapDada, at any other time in the cycle. Thus, the soul of Enlil/Brahma Baba cannot play the role of BapDada (with God) during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages. Therefore, Enlil had to be portrayed as one of the 7 helpers in the myths since Enlil is a role that is used during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages.
In some myths, which gives greater emphasis to what happens during the Confluence Age, the soul (of Enlil and of Brahma Baba) was portrayed as playing the combined form of BapDada with God; and the myth would also give emphasis to the other 7 powerful Confluence Aged helpers. The Hindu myths about Agni and his 7 helpers is an example of this. Agni is God’s (BapDada’s) role in the Confluence Aged Yagya and at the end (in respect of the purification process). I have already started a discussion on Agni at:
However, I have not begun explaining Agni's 7 tongues, 7 hands etc which represent God's 7 helpers during the Confluence Age. The number 7 is a significant number where Agni is concerned because the 7 helpers play a significant role with BapDada, for the purification process, during the Confluence Age and on Judgement Day. They will help others to get purified, in God’s Yagya, during the Confluence Age (through the service which they do). The 7 will also be completely purified during the Confluence Age itself. This means that they will pass their last test paper; and thus, they will not experience any punishment on Judgement Day. They will, thus, be able to sit in the tribunal, with BapDada, while others are being purified. The Hindu myths about Agni gave greater importance to what happens in the Confluence Age because the myths were geared towards bhakti that would help to bring in the Confluence Age (at the end).
Some myths give greater emphasis to the historical events that took place during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages. The Sumerian myths were meant to relate this history in the mythical form. They are meant to be used, during the explanations by the Mapmakers, at the end. Since the Mesopotamian myths also relate history, of what was happening during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages, Enlil was portrayed as one of the 7 Anunnaki who decree fates.
At the beginning of the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages, the elders were enjoying the role of being used by God/Anu (like how Brahma Baba was being used in the Confluence Age). They were enjoying this role because:
1. they were the elders, and
2. the elders were enjoying their satopradhan stage, since they just came down from the Soul World.
However, the elders were not using the role of BapDada (as it is used during the Confluence Age). Though Anu represents the Confluence Aged role of God, Anu also represents God in the Soul World (heaven). This was also why, in the Bible, ‘Yahweh’ was portrayed as being in ‘heaven’ just as Anu was portrayed as being in heaven. In the Copper Age, God was only helping human beings while He remained in the Soul World (heaven). This was also a reason why Anu and Yahweh were portrayed as being in ‘heaven’.
The people, during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages, knew that the soul of Enlil and God would be playing the role of BapDada during the Confluence Age (at the end). This was one reason why Enlil acted as Yahweh, in the lands representing earth, while the elders/Anu were in the Silver Aged civilizations/Nibiru. This also represented that Enlil was an instrument on earth while God/Anu was in the Soul World (Nibiru/heaven).
Since Enlil was only a helper, during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages, the other 7 who decree fate were also portrayed as playing the role of Yahweh. These other 7 had been used by God, during the Confluence Age, while God was in the Soul World or while God was in the Confluence Aged subtle regions. This was a little similar to how they, and Enlil, were being used during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages (since God did not use them for the role of BapDada). However, there is difference because during the Confluence Age they had a link to God for the purification process. They cannot be purified during the Copper Age. So, they did not have a link to God, during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages. But since they were used by God, during the previous Confluence Age, they were portrayed as acting as Yahweh (during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages). They were also portrayed as playing the role of Yahweh because they were powerful rulers, during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages. In the Bible, what all these powerful rulers were doing (and what all those acting on the instruction of Enlil were doing) were portrayed as what Yahweh was doing. Since Enlil was in the same situation, as these 7 helpers were in (during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages), Enlil was also portrayed as one of the 7 helpers. But it was mainly Enlil who played the role of Yahweh because:
1. he had world authority at that time, and
2. he becomes Brahma Baba (the chariot who is used by God, during the Confluence Age, for the role of BapDada).
Both, Yahweh and BapDada, represent God. So, a connection was made by the Anunnaki. However, Yahweh is a role that is used by God for those in the line of Abraham. He uses instruments, on earth, to play the role. BapDada is a role used by God in the Confluence Age, while God uses Brahma Baba’s corporeal and subtle bodies as a chariot.
The ancient people had tried to portray that Enlil was playing a role, as one of the 7 helpers, through various ways, in the myths. For example, through :
1. Enlil being portrayed as one of those 7 Anunnaki who decree fates,
2. the elders playing the role of Anu/God,
4. the creation of Enkidu as an equal of Gilgamesh.
In the Confluence Age, Brahma Baba has no ‘equal’. But during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages, Enkidu was created as the equal of Gilgamesh. Brahma Baba plays the role of Gilgamesh, Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages. Enkidu represented the role which Enki was playing (as a mortal) during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages. Enkidu was portrayed as the equal of Gilgamesh in bearing because:
1. Enki and Enlil conduct themselves in a similar virtuous and royal manner.
2. during the Copper Age, Enlil was in a similar position to the other seven helpers.
3. the role of Enki supports that of Enlil’s during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages and at the end of the cycle. This was also a reason why Krishna was supported by Balarama, Rama was supported by Lakshmana, King Arthur was supported by Merlin, etc. Enkidu’s role was to keep an eye on Gilgamesh, to keep him on the right path, to support, guide and reduce the problems faced by Gilgamesh.
4. the fruit of what Enki and Enlil do, together, will leave a significant mark behind for the end.
5. the souls of both, Gilgamesh and Enkidu, were 2 of the 8 most powerful souls who sat in the tribunal, on Judgement Day, at the end of the cycle.
6. during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages, Enki was from a kingdom that was almost as powerful as that of Enlil’s.
7. the souls of both, Enkidu and Gilgamesh, had become equal to God during the previous Confluence Age.
Though Enkidu was supposed to be an equal, he was portrayed like as if he had flaws, or like as if he was opposite to Gilgamesh in some respects, because Enki’s role was for the immortal and the Mapmaker roles. Enlil’s role, on the other hand, was for what will happen during the Confluence Age. Thus, Gilgamesh was portrayed like as if he was perfect. There were also other reasons why Enkidu was different from Gilgamesh, in some respects. I will discuss these in other articles.
The elders, Enlil and all other gods were in favour of my past birth playing his role of Enki/Enkidu because he has to play that role from the end of the Silver Age. This was portrayed through:
1. the creation of Enkidu, and
2. the role which Enkidu plays with Gilgamesh.
It was Enki who was sent out into the wilderness first (from the Silver Aged kingdoms/Nibiru). This was why Enkidu was portrayed as having been left in the wilderness after his creation. The ‘wilderness’, in which he was put in, was the unsettled and undeveloped region (outside the Silver Aged kingdoms). After that, Gilgamesh (the mortal role of Enlil) and Enkidu were portrayed as meeting and becoming close friends because they met in the Middle East area to play a role together. So, they were having a close relationship during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages. Enkidu’s death represented the parting, between Enlil and Enki, after the nuclear usage.
Humbaba, in the Epic of Gilgamesh, represented what was being used in the spaceports, during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages. Everything, in the spaceports, were destroyed by the nuclear weapons (when the spaceports were destroyed by the nuclear weapons). The evil wind (after the nuclear usage), which was talked about in the Sumerian myths, included materials from the nuclear blasts. Thus, Enkidu was portrayed as weakening and dying because of the gaze and curse of Humbaba. Actually, the gaze and curse of Humbaba means more because Humbaba represents the scientific methods used to guard the spaceports so as to make sure that the mortals/citizens, and other unauthorised people, do not enter the spaceports and the plains near it.
The spaceports were built tall like a mountain, ziggurat or pyramid. The camera and laser-like equipment that were placed, like an eye, at the top of the spaceports were the ‘eye’ of Humbaba. The ‘dying of Enkidu’ (through Humbaba’s gaze and curse) portrayed more than what I have mentioned here. I will discuss this, Humbaba etc, in later articles.
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