Omowale Jabali : From the Sons of God, to the Sons of Men

Omowale Jabali

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I started this as part of a series of genealogy "books".

I think that the material is relevant because it is part of a process which involves breaking down the code "language" of the Bible and examining how Ancient Egyptian/Kemetic texts were altered and mixed with Sumerian and Dravidian folklore.

I'm really still trying to figure things out. A major work in progress.
 

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I started this as part of a series of genealogy "books".

I think that the material is relevant because it is part of a process which involves breaking down the code "language" of the Bible and examining how Ancient Egyptian/Kemetic texts were altered and mixed with Sumerian and Dravidian folklore.

I'm really still trying to figure things out. A major work in progress.

In essence, I am trying to reconcile two branches of the same tree. Not sure it is possible but I'm trying.

For further perspective.

http://www.destee.com/index.php?threads/enoch-the-ethiopian-the-lost-prophet-of-the-bible.41569/#post-434537
 

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In essence, I am trying to reconcile two branches of the same tree. Not sure it is possible but I'm trying.

For further perspective.

http://www.destee.com/index.php?threads/enoch-the-ethiopian-the-lost-prophet-of-the-bible.41569/#post-434537
Noah was deified in Egypt, as were his leading sons with him. The name of Ham/Khem is also found among the early dynasts of Egypt. The Biblical name is a shortened form of Sekhemwy, who took the throne name of Bau-netjer, "power of the gods to punish and kill."p The favored son of Noah, Shem, can similarly be seen as an abbreviation of his Egyptian name Semerkhet, "thoughtful friend."q Shem took the throne name of Iri-netjer, "eye of the gods," i.e., favored/heir of the gods. However, as indicated in the Bible, the aggressive Ham usurped the place of both Shem and Noah. Upper Egypt fell to Ham's son Cush ("Ethiopia"), who assumed the names of Scorpion and Horus-Aha.7 Lower Egypt became the domain of Ham's son Mizraim ("Egypt"). He was known in that region as Netjer-i-khet ("divine of the body"),r Djoser ("serpent-king")8 and possibly Cobra, which is also one of the king names or epithets of early dynastic Egypt.

The major cities of Mesopotamia were also claimed by these same two sons of Ham. In the Sumerian king-list, Aha (Cush) was called Agga and also Zukakip ("Scorpion"), as in Egypt. Djoser (Mizraim) corresponds to Labasher in the Sumerian king-list.s However, he was best remembered in Mesopotamian lore by the name of Gilgamesh, and his virtues are recounted in the lengthy Gilgamesh Epic. In that tale, the hero Gilgamesh (Misraim) is put forth as the paragon of irrepressible manhood, as his Egyptian name Netjerikhet suggests. Gilgamesh is cut out of the same mold as the earlier Horus action figures. Like Horus the Elder (Adad), Gilgamesh is both "fierce" and "beloved." Like the younger Horus (Greek Heracles), he enjoys the patronage and special favor of Utu-Shamash (Thoth-Hermes). He also strives as Heracles did to win immortality with his mighty labors. Gilgamesh is both athletic and articulate. He gets dirty and dresses dapper. He is honest to the point of irreverence. He is spontaneous and joyful. He is competitive, but not obsessed with winning. He cares more about living than ruling. In pursuit of immortality, a perilous journey is undertaken by Gilgamesh to find "The Faraway" Utnapishtim. Along the way, he is advised by the "scorpion-man,"t who is likely a memory of his brother Scorpion/Horus-Aha.

http://www.domainofman.com/book/chap-4.html
 

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Grafted into the Root of Adam (ie Atum)

Concerning Nimrod or Nimrud...


Nimrod (Narmer/Enmerkar) was in the direct line of descent from the first Adam, the god Atum. He was the natural son of Cush (Agga) and a grandson of Ham (Utu). However, starting with Genesis 4:25 and continuing through the end of Genesis 5, another line of descent from Adam is introduced. This new succession is through a son of Adam called Seth, which means "substituted." We are told that the second line of Adam was granted by God to replace that of the martyred Abel. The reader takes for granted that the two lines of Adam through Cain and Seth are contemporary and collateral.


http://www.domainofman.com/book/chap-5.html

Interesting how, according to the Bible, "mankind" was destroyed due to evil and wickedness, which was a result of interbreeding with "the Gods" who were "fallen angels", The Sons of Enki.

Yet, it is asserted that Ham usurped his brethren and the Kingdon of his Elders, and his progeny, Nimrod, the Son of Kush, supposedly committed unparalleled evil.
 

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