Sunday, 7 April 2019

The Handbag of the Gods


Let’s start with a question or two
What’s in the bag?
And what bag I am I referring to?
 We have seen the popular images of the Anunnaki and the ancient gods and other images from antiquity.
There is something that links these effigies.
The deities are all pictured wearing what seems to be the same jewelry and carrying identical objects.
These mysterious trinkets and cases have had many asking what’s inside?
Could it be a source of Gods power and what does it have to do with the humble honey bee
Let’s take look



So let’s get started with the images.
The graphical portrayal of many of the ancient divinities shows these Gods depicted in similar poses wearing clothing that appears to be the same or at least extremely alike, they all carry a small purse like bag.
Other objects can also be seen like the mysterious bracelets, these wristlets having a strong resemblance to modern-day wristwatches.
Adding to the mysterious bags, and wristwatches appearing in this ancient imagery, are other elements which are more definitively found in the depictions of the ancient Anunnaki
These stone etchings show the Anunnaki having an object which looks like a pinecone held up in a prominent position in the image most often in the right hand. God’s right hand is in common term of speech used as a metaphor for the omnipotence of God.
The pine cone is thought to represent the pineal gland, the third eye we have talked about in other videos. The Anunnaki were said to be able to stimulate this gland giving them great wisdom. The Pineal gland has also been seen as the source of gods light or the location of the divine spark in mankind.
Something that has been included in art works through the centuries, most famously Michelangelo’s depiction of the God on the ceiling of the Sistine chapel.
Let’s get back to Ancient Mesopotamia.
And the Cradle of Civilization.


The Sumerians depicted the Ancient Anunnaki with these curious items as did many other cultures and their divine beings, the ancient Maya, Aztecs , Egyptians and  other ancient civilizations used the same or strikingly similar images when depicting their deities.
Is it possible that all ancient cultures in America, Egypt and Mesopotamia worshipped the same ‘Gods’?
If they did how could this be?
We are told that these cultures had no interaction with one another, this leaves u with few options.
There was either a spreading of ideas through interactions between these peoples or possibly the “gods” appeared to these civilizations separately and gave them the same knowledge.
Can the commonality of the engravings, the myths and legends provide us with an answer?
Maybe the answer has been given to us in the form of another ancient fable.
The story of Pandora and her box.
Pandora's Box an artifact of Greek mythology, today it is story used to symbolize forbidden knowledge and the dangers of giving in to temptation.
Could this box, bag or container hold the source of Gods power?
I know you may be thinking that the Anunnaki images are holding a bag and Pandora had a box but this could easily be down to mistranslations over the many thousands of years.
After all the container mentioned in the original story was actually a large storage jar but this was mistranslated as "box."
Was “the box” actually something given by the ancient gods or could it have been an alien artifact which Pandora took.
Over the years there have been many reports of odd alleged alien built boxes, strange metal boxes that washed up on Oregon beach in 2012. This happening after a string of UFO sightings.
Local residents near Stonefield Beach reported the appearance of strange metal boxes on the local beach, the boxes were said to have made strange sounds.
The source of the mysterious boxes has not been determined.
These are not the only mystery boxes. Large stone boxes have been found in Egypt and some make the claim that these are 'alien coffins’.
The 25 granite boxes were found just 12 miles south from the Great Pyramid of Giza in the ancient necropolis of Saqqara near Memphis in Lower Egypt.
Ufologists believe the high precision of engineering of each of the black stone boxes shows a level of engineering beyond the capabilities of the people of that time.
Bringing things back to the Anunnaki could the bags they carry be representations of mysterious containers, boxes that contain the knowledge of God.
There may be a more down to earth answer.
The answer could still be as paradigm shifting as aliens, it could point to a single culture shared by all of the major civilizations of old.
If we go back and look at Assyrian tradition we find the Apkallu. The familiar eagle-headed gods, also appear as fish-skin-cloaked human-headed gods. The deities were considered protectors guardians against evil spirits.
This bringing us to the bags we often see, the images of the Apkallu are portrayed with one hand holding a bag, the other has the pine cone.
So what does this symbolism represent?
The bags that are shown are thought to hold Pollen and the pinecone is thought to be date palm.
‘The Gods being depicted, dipping the sacred date palm into the bag of pollen and symbolically pollinating the land. This act being a blessing of fertility and life.
Andrew Gough has carried out much research on the images and writes that he believes the pollen bag and the date palm have a links to the worship of Bees and bee gods.
He has suggested that the Assyrian Kings, and the Apkallu, were emulating bees, which in effect made them the bee-gods.
He explains how Jesus Christ was known as an ethereal bee. Bees appeared on statues of the Goddess Artemis the priests who worshipped this god being named Essenes, or King Bees.
He goes onto to explain the importance of bees and the many stories found through history that support the idea of bee worship and bee symbology. These stories stretch across the globe.
Reliefs of Bag-carrying gods are found in cultures across the ancient world. This leads Mr Gough to conclude that the bag-carrying tradition is a universal symbol, an archetype for ‘blessing, healing and/or magic’, depending on the context, while underscoring the bag carrier’s role as a bee-god.
This is where The Assyrian reliefs we are talking about can be given an explanation, he says they clearly portray a blessing scene that appears to draw upon the earlier traditions of Mesopotamian bee veneration.
The stone reliefs showing the manual pollination of date palms, the cone-shaped object held by the Apkallu represented the male flower cluster of the date palm, and was dipped into the bag of pollen this as part of a blessing ritual.
Mr Gough concludes that the symbols of the pollen bag and pollinating date palm, are a blessing archetype that appear on numerous reliefs, and on stone carvings from many different locations throughout the ancient world.
So how about the bracelets or watches that many see, are they evidence of ancient advanced technology?
Most interpret them as nothing more than simple bracelets without any greater importance, however, according to many people around the globe, the enigmatic ‘Anunnaki bracelet’ has far more importance showing that the Anunnaki were ancient aliens.
I think it can be tied to the idea of bee worship.
Looking at these images from the reference point of bee worship, we have a pollen bag and date palm both symbols of fertility and renewal, could the bracelet be a third symbol of the same ideas.
A simple flower.
Flowers fitting with the idea of bees, pollen and fertility.
What do you think is it a flower or something more?
Do you think that this theory provides us with an answer as to what is in the bags held by these gods?
Could it show that there was once a shared belief and worship of the humble honey bee?
Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.



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