by E. Vegh


from TheLivingRoom Website

Self-education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is.
- Isaac Asimov

Scientist, Author


I think a future flight should include a poet, a priest and a philosopher. We might get a much better idea of what we saw.
- Michael Collins

Apollo Astronaut

Ancient history is a labyrinth of immense proportions.


Time and distance appears a nearly insurmountable barrier to discovery in many ways. However, weaved throughout the millennia of monuments, megaliths, pyramids and mythological texts, is a thread that bridges the years and allows us to see the events of ancient times with the clarity of hindsight.


This hindsight has only been dimmed in the past few centuries, by the accumulation of "educated" presumptions, no doubt a result of learning from the same text books, the same theories, the same arguments and the same methods. Nothing could be less revealing or more debilitating to discovery.


As a result, this book will deal primarily with fresh and alternative perspectives on old mysteries, taking up that thread through the labyrinth of the ancient past and sharing with the reader, where it leads.

For example, many of the ancient monuments appear to be intimately connected in a surprising number of similar ways. The similarities so far outweigh the differences, that the honest discoverer is compelled to ask: How can this be a coincidence?


The question is answered shortly thereafter, with yet more confirmation of intimacy, found in the mythological and historical texts from that long ago time.


Such texts are the voices of those who built the megaliths, pyramids and ziggurats (or at the very least, assisted in the endeavors), and as such, their words should be afforded the same respect as the towering monuments, themselves.


This book will attempt to allow our ancestors at least that small dignity.

In addition, revealing and uncovering the thousands of similarities between the ancient monuments, lead to new theories and new insights. One such discovery occurred while revisiting an old theme, that of the biblical and Sumerian flood. It appeared a sort of technological and ancestral amnesia had suddenly and simultaneously descended on most of the near, middle and far east, around 3500 BC.


The two eras, pre- and post-flood, had to be clearly delineated so the writings of the ancient past could be best understood. Nowhere was this information more readily available than in the writings of the ancient people of Sumer, Egypt, India and Akkadia. This pivotal moment in history became a reliable anchor and repository of ancient information in an otherwise, overwhelming silence.

What I discovered was nothing short of astounding:

Ancient humans had not only been visited and assisted by the "gods," they often told their human subjects stories of their arrival to our planet, using terminology their listeners could understand.


They recounted amazing tales through human scribes, tales of technology that would allow them to visit other planets, places and dominions, by simply passing through "gates" or via star-fairing ships.

Our ante-diluvian ancestors also witnessed this astounding technology, technology that today we most closely associate with stargates, wormholes, lasers, cloning, recombinant DNA, space craft, nuclear and teleportation devices.

Then something went terribly wrong.

The flood arrived and the resulting cataclysm laid waste to the earth-based civilizations of the "gods". When the waters abated, many of the old gods were gone, as well. Their stargates had been swallowed up by the earth, and only scattered remnants of human survivors remained to remember their tales, their deeds and their technology.

At that crucial moment in human history, following the flood, is where we pick up the thread and begin to unravel the mystery of the ancient days of planet Earth. With the help of reverse engineering and comparative analysis, we will attempt to rediscover, together, the old gods and their devices, in their hiding places.


Armed with this new information, it is my hope that the rest of ancient history will begin to take shape for the reader, from an entirely new perspective. Perhaps, what was once a marginally understandable series of fantastic stories from the ancient past, will become crystal clear, startling revelations.

Truth is stranger than fiction.


January, 2006


"Deep Space"

Some consider the phrase, "As above, so below," to have magical implications.


But what if the meaning was, originally, something quite different? What if knowledge of the ancient past has been so entrenched in long forgotten meanings and half-hidden symbols, that we've inadvertently misconstrued the interpretation of those symbols?


Let's consider one such symbol: the hourglass shape.

It is the visual embodiment of "As above, so below."


Scientifically, only physics effect its application and change its meaning. It will be a major theme of this book and for good cause: it's found throughout ancient history, particularly in religious art-forms and almost always in connection with the gods. However, to do the subject justice, we need to start at the beginning.


Once upon a time in the land of ancient Sumer [1], in what is now modern day Iraq, there was a city called "Eridu."


It was the first known civilization (to date). It sprung up from seemingly nowhere, having been previously and intermittently inhabited by wandering nomads and hunter-gatherers.

Map of Sumer

It was presided over by the Anunnaki "god," Enki.


He was not only its ruler, he was also its designer and founder. His throne and abode, called the "E.ABZU" or "E.ENGURRA", was the first ziggurat ever built (to our knowledge) and had several unique features, frequently overlooked by readers of the ancient Sumerian texts. For example, it was made of silver "bricks," covered in gold, produced roaring sounds, and its walls could talk and offer advice.


And, if that weren't enough, it could also float on the water and hover in the air!


Observe the following quotes from "Enki and the World Order":

An artfully made bright crenellation rising out from the abzu was erected for lord Nudimmud. Enki, the lord who determines the fates, built up his temple entirely from silver and lapis lazuli. Its silver and lapis lazuli were the shining daylight. [...]

Your door is a lion who {seizes a man} [...]

Its brickwork makes utterances and gives advice. [...]

He built the temple from precious metal, decorated it with lapis lazuli, and covered it abundantly with gold. [...]

As it has been built, as it has been built; as Enki has raised Eridug up, it is an artfully built mountain which floats on the water. [4]

Samuel Noah Kramer, an assyriologist who was the first to translate many of the Sumerian texts, said in his book "Enki Builds the E-Engurra":

The lord of the abyss, the king Enki, Enki the Lord who decrees the fates, Built his house of silver and lapis lazuli; Its silver and lapis lazuli, like sparkling light, The father fashioned fittingly in the abyss.


Then Enki raises the city of Eridu from the abyss and makes it float over the water like a lofty mountain.

This would all seem harmless enough, were Enki's story a fairy tale about a fictitious place.


But in fact, it was quite real. Eridu was a real city in ancient Sumer, and Enki's E.ABZU was a real... building (that apparently defied the laws of gravity in 4000 BC!).


Obviously, a "building" made of silver and covered with gold, would sink immediately (if not sooner) and therefore, could not float on the water or above it, for that matter. Alas, this amazing feat of architectural (or mechanical) engineering has vanished, being either a victim of the Mesopotamian flood, the vengeance of God, thievery, the spoils of war, or has long since launched itself into space (why not? It could do everything else!)!

Equally unusual was Enki's boat, which apparently needed no oars:

"The ship departs of its own accord, with tow rope held (?) by itself" [2] and it gurgles as it moves down the river.

Yes, this Enki sure is an interesting character, isn't he? And we're just getting started!

By far the most mysterious of Enki's properties was the "ABZU" (also called "Apsu"). The ABZU was underneath the E.ABZU when it was on dry land, that is, it was a subterranean chamber under the spot where Enki parked his ziggurat in Eridu, a basement of sorts.


Enki and the other "gods," frequently met there to discuss important matters. Oddly enough, it's also referred to as an underground chamber of "sweet" or "fresh" water, a water vessel for temple rituals, the abyss, the bottomless pit, the deep, and in the Enuma Elish, Abzu was a god from which the gods and sons of god, emerged.


All these concepts don't appear to have much in common on first glance, but they actually apply to different aspects of the ABZU, which is why it has been so terribly misunderstood as an ancient symbol.

Note and remember for future reference, that Samuel Noah Kramer had already translated the word Abzu to be Abyss, meaning that the Abzu and the Abyss were one in the same. In fact, it is my contention that the word "Abzu" was the etymological origin of the word "Abyss."


Thusly, Enki's E.ABZU, his E-ENGURRA, his ziggurat, rose up out of the Abzu, already completed, and floated above the water.


Mainstream assyriologists assume the Abzu was in fact a reference to underground rivers of fresh water. However, were this the case, it couldn't very well be the ocean. Assuming the Abyss or the Abzu are references to the ocean is, therefore, in direct contradiction with the ancient Sumerian texts. The fresh water and salty water are not interchangeable.

Keep in mind, that the ancient past has been foraged from for millennia, to uphold various religious or non-religious positions, which by necessity, requires some descriptions be virtually ignored, while favoring others. But let's see what happens when all the descriptions are applied and the symbols are re-interpreted as an integrated whole. To achieve this with the ABZU references, we also need to incorporate related, associated symbols.


One such association is the dragon or "Tiamat."

Tiamat also had the distinction of several different descriptions that seem totally unrelated. In the ancient texts it was referred to as a dragon, a monster, the salt water ocean or sea, the water of chaos, a goddess of birth, a constellation, and the gods and sons of god, also emerged from it. [3]


Some pick only the dragon definition to elaborate on, while others choose the water of chaos, the ocean salt water, or the birth goddess. And still others, assume Tiamat and Abzu are one in the same. And, they are all correct! Each of those definitions do indeed fit Tiamat, although it isn't the "Abzu" (or vice-a-versa), specifically, it does merge with the Abzu and even says as much in the ancient texts.


Allow me to explain:

You see, the ABZU was an entrance to another place or many other places. It was a subterranean gate, apparently filled with swirling water, like a whirlpool. In the following excerpts, notice the gate is a conduit between the earth and heaven.


Some believe that it simply meant the top of the Ziggurat was heaven and the bottom of the Ziggurat was the earth, but that doesn't fit with the rest of the information, especially the references to the gate connecting the "holy shrine" in the depths of the "sea" (a misunderstanding of "ABZU", which was also known as the "abyss") and the Field Constellation:

Your great house is founded in the Abzu, the great mooring-post of heaven and earth. [...]

The lord established a shrine, a holy shrine, whose interior is elaborately constructed. He established a shrine in the sea, a holy shrine, whose interior is elaborately constructed. The shrine, whose interior is a tangled thread, is beyond understanding.


The shrine's emplacement is situated by the constellation the Field, the holy upper shrine's emplacement faces towards the Chariot constellation. [4]

It was a doorway of sorts, a gate to the "netherworld" which was in reality, a gate to outer-space, and it had at least one exit somewhere by the constellation "The Field" (possibly a reference to the Great Square of Pegasus - more on that later).


It was the access point to Enki's meeting chamber and at least one of his very special throne rooms.

However, every entrance or exit, needs a hallway in order to get from point A to point B, and that's where Tiamat comes in. Tiamat is the pathway through the hourglass. It embodies the application of "As above, so below," the figure eight ouroboros and the infinity loop. In short, Tiamat was a wormhole connected to the ABZU, which was the gate of the wormhole.


The two "waters", salt and sweet, merged at the gate, creating a swirling vortex, the watery chaos of Tiamat.

And I quote:

Your door is a lion who {seizes a man} [...]

With such a connection to the Earth, the gods and sons of god, could literally emerge from the ABZU, be "born" from it.


It would appear as if the ABZU were giving birth from the birth canal of Tiamat's swirling waters. These are the "primeval" waters from which the prototype, primeval mound (Enki's E.ABZU), arose.


This is also the origin of the belief that an interdimensional gate is opened via sex magic: The ziggurat or pyramid (and later, the obelisk and benben) representing a phallic symbol and the Gate and Tiamat, representing the vaginal opening and birth canal.

So, let's review what we know about Tiamat, so far:

  1. Tiamat as a dragon, referencing that it's a wormhole, an ouroboros pathway.

  2. Tiamat as "salt water ocean" merging with the freshwater ABZU, the two waters combining in a swirling whirlpool at the ABZU gate entrance.

  3. Tiamat as the water of chaos, referencing the whirlpool formed at the ABZU gate connection to the wormhole.

  4. Tiamat as a goddess of birth, referencing the emerging of the "gods" from the wormhole through the ABZU gate.

  5. Tiamat as a constellation, referencing the wormhole connection to a place near the "Field Constellation."


Before you toss out the idea as ludicrous, consider that Enki's E.ABZU "ziggurat" (if you can really call it that), was entirely made of metals, talked, floated, hovered, made "roaring" sounds, glowed so brightly it lit up the area, had an interior that was,

"a tangled thread beyond understanding," had a door that "seizes a man", was connected to the Field Constellation, and gave advice!

This was not an ordinary ziggurat, in fact, it was one of the first prototypes for all subsequent ziggurats, after the flood. However, the subsequent buildings did not have interiors that were "tangled threads beyond understanding!"


Let's look at the picture again:

Enki's Ziggurat

Do you notice anything unusual about the shape of the ziggurat? If not, allow me to point out a few things:

It was the prototype for not only later ziggurats, it was also the prototype for earthly "thrones" of glory, such as the throne of the Emperor of China:

The Golden Dragon Throne

This leads us to the next question: so why and how would the god Enki build a space craft in ancient Eridu? From the textual evidence, it doesn't appear as if it was built in Eridu, but rather it came out from somewhere in the ABZU.


It was already "built" when it rose out of the ABZU, and I quote:

"An artfully made bright crenellation rising out from the abzu was erected for lord Nudimmud." [2]

It simply rose up from the ABZU and planted itself on the spot. It "landed."


Samuel Noah Kramer also describes this event, saying,

"Then Enki raises the city of Eridu from the abyss and makes it float over the water like a lofty mountain."

It could be argued that the story is really just referring to the construction of the building, "rising" up as it was being built.


If such is the case, he apparently built it from a model of something else he was intimately familiar with and endowed it with some technically advanced features, considering the time frame!


After all, how many of the post-flood ziggurats were composed "entirely of silver" (those bricks weren't just glazed with silver, they were "entirely" silver, covered with gold) and could "float?"


Answer: none, as the post-flood ziggurats were simple mud brick constructions, crude copies of the original, which appears to have been a spacecraft and water-going vessel of glowing metals!

And, this is just the beginning!


Now, let's look at the technological aspects of the ABZU's counterpart, the dragon or Tiamat...


1 - Ancient Sumer was the first civilization on the planet (to date). It was ushered in by the Anunnaki, who taught the people music, the sciences, astronomy, languages (both spoken and written), mathematics, herbology, manipulation of the environment, hybridization of crops, genetic manipulation of livestock, religion, sexual promiscuity, war, mining for resources, jewelry-making, tailoring, blacksmithing, architecture, art, poetry, human sacrifice, and the whole gamut of "civilized behaviors."
2 - Enki's journey to Nibru: translation, The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature. Black, J.A., Cunningham, G., Ebeling, J., Flückiger-Hawker, E., Robson, E., Taylor, J., and Zólyomi, G., The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature (, Oxford 1998
3 - "Tiamat." Encyclopedia Mythica from Encyclopedia Mythica Online. [Accessed February 24, 2006].
4 - Enki and the world order, Black, J.A., Cunningham, G., Ebeling, J., Flückiger-Hawker, E., Robson, E., Taylor, J., and Zólyomi, G., The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature (, Oxford 1998- . The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature

"The Dragon on His Throne"

You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him discover it in himself.
- Galileo Galilei

A Wormhole

Consider this quote from the ancient text entitled, "Enki and the world order":

"Grandiloquent lord of heaven and earth, self-reliant, father Enki, engendered by a bull, begotten by a wild bull, cherished by Enlil the Great Mountain, beloved by holy An, king, mec tree planted in the Abzu, rising over all lands; great dragon who stands in Eridug, whose shadow covers heaven and earth, a grove of vines extending over the Land, Enki, lord of plenty of the Anuna gods, Nudimmud, mighty one of the E-kur, strong one of heaven and earth!


Your great house is founded in the Abzu, the great mooring-post of heaven and earth" [1]

The mec tree planted in the ABZU.


A grove of vines rising over all the lands. The great mooring-post of heaven and earth.


Obviously, this is not referring to a simple ziggurat, and isn't it amazing that it also embodies "As above, so below?"

Notice how, in this particular tale, Enki is referred to as the "great dragon?" Was he literally a dragon? Perhaps, in a manner of speaking, he was. But remember, later, Tiamat would also be called a "dragon," who connected a place in the "Field" constellation [1a], to planet Earth.


Since Tiamat was part of the "star-gate" system at Enki's E.ABZU, of which he claimed ownership, it seems likely that he was simply being referred to, in a dramatic way, as the owner of said property.


After all, he wasn't literally a wild bull or begotten by a wild bull and yet, that's exactly what's indicated in the texts. Rather, he was called the Great star-gate, the Great Tiamat, the Great Wormhole, the Great Dragon, symbolically, as its owner and operator.


Of course, he may have also been from a race of extra-terrestrial beings who appeared rather "Reptilian".

It might be pertinent to mention here that a specific group of angels, in the biblical texts, called "Seraphim," were serpent-like in appearance. Several authors have noted textual similarities between Enki and the biblical Satan, the "Serpent" or "Seraph" in the Garden of Eden. So it is possible the reference to Enki being the "great dragon," may have more than one application.


For example, it's no small coincidence that Enki as the biblical Satan is, in this metaphor, a "dragon" or "serpent" in the "tree."

Also consider that the great dragon "stands" in Eridu(g) like the "mec tree," which is likely a reference to the wormhole with all its "branches", a grove of vines rising over the lands and also buried in the earth beneath the E.ABZU, like the root system of a huge tree.

For example, reconsider the opening image on this page:

A Wormhole

How similar it looks to a tree with its branches spreading across the heavens and roots digging into the earth.

Still skeptical? Don't believe in the scientific possibility of wormholes?


Allow me to provide evidence for your consideration:

Wormholes or white holes, are shortcuts, connecting distant points in space-time. Mechanically, they appear as double-ended, whirling vortexes, flared at each end and embody the hourglass shape:

Over the last few decades, there has been quite a bit of debate over whether such a wormhole is physically possible. The amount of energy to sustain it, physicists argued, would be too immense and the passageway would collapse on itself in micro-seconds.


However, in the last 5 years, the original arguments have been met with new findings, such as this one, reported in BBC News on April 12, 2000:

According to Sergei Krasnikov of the Pulkovo Observatory in St Petersburg, the new wormhole can create its own abundant supply of exotic matter. This way, the wormhole would be big enough and could stay open long enough for people to use.[2]

"What's new is that this wormhole actually generates enough to make it arbitrarily large," says Krasnikov who works at the Laboratory of Stellar Physics.

In 2005, a new argument arose against practical wormhole usage, but was immediately contested:

Calculations by the Oregon researchers show a wormhole that combines exotic matter with semi-classical space-time would be fundamentally unstable.

"We aren't saying you can't build a wormhole. But the ones you would like to build - the predictable ones where you can say Mr Spock will land in New York at 2pm on this day - those look like they will fall apart," Dr Hsu said. [...]

However, there is still support for the idea of traversable wormholes in the scientific community. One physicist told BBC News there could be problems with Hsu's and Buniy's conclusions. [...]

"Violations of the null energy condition are known to occur in a number of situations. And their argument would prohibit any violation of it," the scientist commented. [...]

The underlying physics of wormholes was not in doubt, the researcher argued. The real challenge was in explaining how to engineer wormholes big enough to be of practical use. [3]

So, theoretically, the traveler enters one end of the vortex and emerges on the other end.


Another way to represent it is like this:

Notice how it's flared at both ends and thinner in the middle, which is called the "throat" of the wormhole (the throat or neck of Tiamat is usually depicted much shorter in length, but represents the distance between one point and another, or rather, between one star-gate and another).


Turned on end, it takes on the characteristic shape of the hourglass, the "As above, so below" symbolism, and the mec tree of the great dragon.

Marduk of Babylonian fame, invited the gods to visit him in Babylon, his "Gate of the Gods," as they employed the gates between earth and heaven. It is believed he was partially quoting earlier stories about the ante-diluvian gods, as he had also absorbed their tales and activities, claiming them to be his own exploits.


It is also believed, per the biblical accounts of the flood, the Tower of Babel, and the bottomless pit of Revelation 9, that the star-gate or bottomless pit entrance at Eridu has been buried for thousands of years. If it has been dug up since then, it isn't likely that the general public would be made aware of it.

All these ante-diluvian symbols of Anunnaki technology, became religious icons, religious buildings and religious symbols following the flood. The mec tree or wormhole of the great dragon became the sacred tree on the temple grounds of Mesopotamian temples. In essence, the Tree containing the Serpent in the Garden, had been immortalized on the sacred grounds of the temples of Akkadia and Babylon without the people ever fully realizing its meaning.


The ABZU or stargate, became the primeval waters symbolized in the sacred pools or sacred water receptacles for ritual bathing in temples in the near and middle east. Enki's floating, speaking and flying palace, called the E.ABZU, became the model for ziggurats, pyramids and earthly thrones of power.


And the hourglass shape, which defined the shape of the dragon, the wormhole and Tiamat, became a symbol for the power of the holy mountain, the power of the ziggurat and pyramid.

However, of special note is the hourglass symbolism represented by "Mt. Sumeru" or "Mt. Meru," of ancient Hindu and Buddhist history, which is depicted as a mountain formed in an hourglass shape. According to the mythology surrounding it, Mt. Sumeru has its roots in hell and its upper reaches in heaven.


Upon the death of Buddha, it is said that Mt. Sumeru was broken in two at the intersection between the two triangles of the hourglass, breeching the connection between its upper, heavenly levels (the upper, downward pointing triangle) and the earthly levels (the lower, upward pointing triangle).


In effect, the wormhole had been severed at the throat, the dragon Tiamat had been slain, cut off at the neck or cut in half (an event further elaborated on in the Enuma Elish), the bottomless pit had been rendered useless and buried.

Enki's "star-gate", however, was not the only one. In fact, his Sumerian brother, "Enlil," also appears to have had his own "Abzu", which is the subject of the next page!

* (Note: For further clarification on this topic, read The Enuma Elish and the free e-book, The Anunnaki and the Abyss.


1   - Enki and the world order, Black, J.A., Cunningham, G., Ebeling, J., Flückiger-Hawker, E., Robson, E., Taylor, J., and Zólyomi, G., The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature (, Oxford 1998 - The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature
1a  - Enki and the world order, Black, J.A., Cunningham, G., Ebeling, J., Flückiger-Hawker, E., Robson, E., Taylor, J., and Zólyomi, G., The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature (, Oxford 1998- . The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature

2  - "Wormholes take on a new dimension", BBC News, April 12th, 2000.
3  - Paul Rincon,"Wormhole 'no use' for time travel", BBC News, May 23rd, 2005.

"The Heaven-Earth Bond"

Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.
- Carl Sagan

In the Sumerian city of Nibru (Nippur), Enki's brother Enlil held court. He also had a marvelous construction called the E.KUR, which is depicted in the Sumerian text, "Enlil in the E.KUR."


As in the case of Enki's "E.ABZU," the E.KUR was quite an unusual construct.


For example:

He has taken up residence in Nibru, the lofty bond between heaven and earth. [...]

The front of the city is laden with terrible fearsomeness and radiance. [...]

Its brickwork is red gold, its foundation is lapis lazuli. [...]

Its interior is a wide sea which knows no horizon.[...]

Its fearsomeness and radiance reach up to heaven, its shadow stretches over all the foreign lands, and its crenellation reaches up to the midst of heaven.[...] [1]

In modern terms, this building has several surprising features!


It is a bond between heaven and earth. It features a radiant facing or cover, which reaches up to heaven, like some ancient force-field. It's made of, or the color of, red gold with a blue foundation. And for the clincher, the inside of it is a "wide sea which knows no horizon"!


That's certainly an interesting way of describing an Abzu star-gate - a wide sea which knows no horizon. Of course it knows no horizon, after all, it's a star-gate not the sea!

To further signify its connection to the Abzu as an underground star-gate chamber, consider the following quote from "Enlil in the E.KUR":

Enlil, holy Urac is favored with beauty for you; you are greatly suited for the Abzu, the holy throne; you refresh yourself in the deep underworld, the holy chamber. [1]

Apparently, the word "Abzu" was used interchangeably for all the subterranean star-gate chambers. In fact, this very thing is depicted in ancient Egypt!


Few realize that the ancient Egyptian city name of "Abydos" is in fact not an Egyptian word at all. It's Greek.


The Egyptian word for it is "Abdju," pronounced "Abzu", as described by Peter Goodgame in his book, "The Giza Discovery":

One of the first important cult centers for the invaders of Egypt was a place which came to be known by the Greeks as "Abydos." However, the Egyptian name is better represented as "Abedjou" or "Abdju."


The sound "dj" is often simply given as "z," such as in the common rendition for the Step-Pyramid of Djoser as "Zoser."

With this in mind we find that Abydos=Abdju=Abzu, which directly equates with the cult center of Enki known as the Abzu in Eridu.[2]

As a result of this discovery, the next logical step was determining where the subterranean star-gate chamber was in ancient Abydos (Abzu), Egypt. And one need not look far to find it. It's called the "Osirion" and its archaeological history, since its discovery, has been shrouded and emerged in controversy (as you can well imagine!).


After all, "Abzu" was a Sumerian concept and word, and yet here it is in one of the earliest cult cities of ancient Egypt.

Anyway, we find that Enlil was also in possession of a star-gate and an Abzu chamber to put it in. The name of his chamber and star-gate, however, was not simply Abzu, it was additionally called the "Dur.Anki", the "Heaven-Earth Bond."


It also spread its shadows across the heavens, across the foreign lands. It also reached up to heaven from beneath the earth, as is indicated in its name as the "heaven-earth bond", also known as the bond of the universe (heaven and earth).

The argument that the heaven-earth bond was simply a reference to the E.KUR being high enough from which to observe the heavens, is rather weak in the face of the surrounding evidence, such as the mountain ranges and cliffs in the vicinity of Enlil's E.KUR. Certainly any nearby mountain would be much closer to "heaven" than a ziggurat construction.


As a result, I find such arguments sorely lacking in validity in the face of the data regarding the terrain and the geographical setting of this ancient structure. In short, the heaven-earth bond, is simply that, a bond of some sort between heaven and earth! In fact, it harkens back to the opening concept of "As above, so below."


Remember, Mt. Sumeru of the ancient Hindu and Buddhist texts, which was likely named after the E.ABZU or E.KUR of Sumer, was a connection between the depths of the Earth and the heights of the heavens - clearly indicating it to be some kind of portal of travel.

So, what, you might ask, happened to these Sumerian star gates? Find out in the next chapter, "The Akkadian Connection!"


1 Enlil in the E.kur
2 The Giza Discovery: Part Five, The Spirit World and Civilization-The Egyptian Connection

"The Tower of Babel and The Fertility Gods"

One possible geometry for such a wormhole is to assemble stellar amounts of energy in a spinning ring (creating a Kerr black hole). Centrifugal force prevents the spinning ring from collapsing.


Anyone passing through the ring would not be ripped apart, but would wind up on an entirely different part of the universe.
- Michio Kaku

Osiris [1]


1 Ancient Egypt - a Resource Center for Ancient Egypt