“You are a good person aren’t you? What’s with the name? SnakeAppletree the garden of Eden I get. Who is the snake? You? Satan? Lucifer? The light bringer? The villain or the hero. Interested in your POV”
retromunda BullGorg @walter
“Ask and thou shall know.”
An Egyptian scribe wrote my name in hieroglyphs.
Snake = J
Apple / Heart = O
Tree / Feather / Knife = E
I used it as a stage-name for my music gigs for awhile and then as my internet name.
As for the story of the garden of Eden, can’t you remember being there?
It’s a mythology which Christianity took from Egypt, stellae from 5000BC tell the same story. For the Egyptians it was an ished tree (compare djed pillar). I believe they got it from a much earlier source.
In the Egyptian version there is a cat wielding a feather/blade, it cuts the snake who’s blood/heart/apple/seed falls to the ground in one version the tree grows from that, in another it takes place in the tree.
It compares with Norse mythology of Wodan sacrificing himself self-knowledge, there’s a world serpent in that too. Aboriginal peoples all over the world mention about it.
Snake is a symbol for that-we-fear but also universally in shamanism it is a symbol for healing. It’s similar to the zig-zag symbol for fire/water/journey/sound-wave.
The Devil is a more modern invention. After the Norman conquest of Britain in 1066 the concept of d’evil (the evil) and god (the good) which are represented not as external things but as our own drives and actions and how they affect the community. It’s a very basic religion for uneducated medieval peasants.
Lucifer is a word which got translated wrong from Hebrew. It literally means ‘the most beautiful light’ there is no moral bias there.
The word for ‘cast out’ in modern times we interpret expelled like as if comparable to a Twitter ban. Originally it was talking about when a farmer sows seeds he casts out the seeds into the field. The Hebrew word for sowing seeds.
“The most brilliant light was sown from heaven (the source of life).”
Modern version of the garden of Eden story is a parallel to that, an echo of it.
Illuminati = illuminated ones. Knowledgable ones.
The Egyptian symbol for feather means enlightened. Light.
There are two interpretations and both are accurate:
someone aware, wise, it’s why the priesthood associated with feathers, Thoth (later known ad Hermes) the scribe.
light. Have you heard of the Baghdad battery? The ancients had electricity.
Atlantean civilisation. There was a rebellion against technology, it all got smashed because the path of technology led to a terrible war. Something like what Islamic extremists are doing, and how Amish choose to live.
The Indian holy books and the Assyrian clay tablets both talk about the nuclear war 8000 years ago. The whole world went back to the dark ages.
It has taken us a long time to put the information together again. There is evidence, it takes a lot of research. They don’t teach it in schools.
Michael Tellinger is a good place to start researching.
The Devil in the New Testament occurs in the chapters Matthew Mark Luke John. Carbon dating of the Sinai Bible reveal it was made around 400ad (after Rome left Britain) but those chapters were made in the 1600s, they’re forgeries. They form the foundation of modern Christianity because they back each other up by telling the same events. While all the rest is mostly ignored by modern Christianity.
The story they tell is of Mithra, an Assyrian holy man from 5000BC and perhaps even older. Assyria is modern Syria, which the West recently bombed and which Al Qaeda recently bombed. A lot of archeological evidence was destroyed.
It’s one of the oldest inhabited places which is still inhabited now (Damascus is the oldest, from where we got the Law of Dharma ‘everything in its right place’).
Thanks for showing an interest in this stuff :)