Gilgamesh with Lion and Serpent


Dilmun was looked upon by the Sumerians as a blessed paradise that was intimately related to Sumer on a religious or spiritual level. The land of Dilmun is described in the myth Enki and Ninhursag as a bright, clear, and pure land, called the “land of the living” where there is no illness and death does not exist.

In Dilmun the raven utters no cry,
The lion kills not.
The wolf snatches not the lamb,
Unknown is the grain-devouring boar.
The sick-headed says not “I am sick-headed,”
The old woman say not “I am an old woman,”
The old man says not “I am an old man.”

In the famous Epic of Gilgamesh, the hero is frustrated in his bid for immortality when the gods, through his grandfather Utnapishtim (the Sumerian Noah) refuse to bestow upon him this gift. Not to let Gilgamesh go home empty-handed, Utnapishtim provides him with information on how to obtain a magical plant which heals and prolongs life. After obtaining the plant, Gilgamesh plans to take it to his home city of Uruk and there to share it with his fellow citizens. On his way home he stops by a pool to bathe, leaving the plant unattended on shore with his clothes. As he is bathing and much to his horror, a snake grabs the magical plant and takes off with it, shedding its skin as it goes, thus symbolizing the act of regeneration. In this epic the serpent is called seru and the similarity of the word to “seraph” is striking and suggests a common origin.

Not many humans achieved immortality, for it was rarely bestowed by the gods. In Mesopotamia, Utnapishtim (the Babylonian Noah) and his wife were granted immortality. The antediluvian king of Sippar, Enmeduramma, was lifted to heaven and it has been suggested that he was the Enoch of the Bible.

Flying Serpents and Dragons: The Story of Mankind’s Reptilian Past; Boulay, R. A. (Kindle Locations 395-401, 2601-2603). Kindle Edition.

“The mythic realm of primordial humanity, over time the term has become synonymous with ‘Paradise.’

In the Bible, God situates the Garden on earth between four rivers:  the Tigris, Euphrates, Gihon, and Pishon (Gen. 2:8).  The Garden is technically east of Eden.  At its center grew two cosmic trees, the Tree of Life and the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil.  After the sin of Adam and Eve, humanity is expelled from the Garden, and the route back is barred by two cherubim armed with a single fiery sword (swords evidently being in short supply).

In the rabbinic writing, Eden, like Jerusalem, is simultaneously located on earth and within the precincts of heaven (M. Ber. 5:3).  The Sages describe an earthly Garden, Gan Eden shel ha-Aretz, which mirrors (imperfectly) the heavenly Garden, Gan Eden shel Malah or shel Elyon. Eventually there evolves an diomatic and symbolic distinction between Gan and Eden.  Gan is the earthly portion, while Eden is the locality where the dead reside [metaphor for the natural human body with a Lion] (Shab. 199a; Ber. 18a; Ket. 103a; Zohar III: 182b).

The Cave [caves have been known to associated with Missing 411 cases] of Machpelah is the entryway to the higher Eden (Mid. Teh. 92:6). Its entrance is guarded by myriads of angels, who welcome the righteous dead, garbing them in glory.  Each dead soul rests beneath their individual canopy [metaphor for meldings or demon possession] and partakes in delicacies [the melded or demon possessed eat their brethrens through cannibalism].Each heavenly day, the person undergoes a complete life cycle, being a child in the morning, a youth in the afternoon, and a mature adult in the evening. Every variety of fruit and spice tree grow there, each of unsurpassed beauty and fragrance (Yalkut; Ber. 34b).

The medievals elaborate on the image of the celestial Garden, describing it as a walled enclosure of astronomical proportions, filled with precincts and palaces.  There are many such realms, usually seven (corresponding to the seven heavens), each serving as the residence for different categories of meritorious souls.  Thus there is a palace for those who were martyred, another for the young, and another for those women who cared for the ill and aged for many years (Yalkut; Seder Gan Eden).  There angels attend upon the dead, who are refreshed by the fragrance emanating from the Tree of Life.

In addition to imagining Eden as a garden, rabbinic literature often describes it as  a yeshiva shel malah, an academy on high, where the dead study Torah and where the secrets that eluded our understanding in life are revealed at last (Gen. R. 49:2; Num. R. 17:6).

Gehenna [hell] abuts directly on the Garden.

The Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic and Mysticism [Kindle Edition]; Rabbi Geoffrey W. Dennis; “Eden, Garden of”; location 1756-1772; 

Perhaps the Garden of Eden was a residence for advanced shape-shifters (Lions, Foxes, etc) to be immortal by melding the human body with a Lion/Fox.  Perhaps this is why “Eden is the locality where the dead reside” and “Gehenna [hell] abuts directly on the Garden“; the Rabbi’s in question who wrote this, at that time frame,  believed that meldings with Lions was equivalent to death.

Perhaps The Old Testament rules only allowed the righteous to be melded with the Lions/Foxes; this is why Gilgamesh was not allowed in because he had killed people to reach his grandfather.

You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies.

Jesus – The Bible – John 8:44


By reading the story of Gilgamesh one can perhaps see that immortality: (1) was an obsession,  (2) some people (or more than some) will go to any lengths to obtain it, and (3) immortality in the story of Dilmun were meant for the righteous.  

Most likely the advanced shape-shifter having the capacity to live inside another human body was a behavior characterized by the animal ‘Lions’; in nature real lions devour others against their will.  Perhaps this motif was used because it was intentionally bio-engineered to describe the behaviors of demon possessions quite well (perhaps a crude and effective way to achieve ‘immortality’). Perhaps alien humans (humans on other planets) were originally bio-engineering to be compatible for demon possession so the metaphorical Lion could be immortal.

This would explain why Satanists in the music industry have even go so far as to call their fan base ‘animals’, as an example, because the artists wants other lions/lionesses in the human population to remind themselves of how the human should be treated.  

8.  Be alert and of sober mind. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.
9. Resist him, standing firm in the faith, because you know that the family of believers throughout the world is undergoing the same kind of sufferings.

The Bible – 1 Peter 5: 8 -9

Example would be military computer systems which give verbal feedback on how many humans were eliminated by referencing them as ‘soft targets.’  Satanists would use their own relevant euphemisms to desensitize the lion(ess) population into thinking what (s)he is doing is not wrong in order to continue being immortal and to hold the pyramid intact.  This is why The Illuminati has a strong-hold in the media.  

The alien reptilian race had most likely adopted the Satanist’s psychology early on after the adoption of the technology to the point where the human life is objectified.  This is why Jesus wanted to have every Lion/Lioness shape-locked into human form:

Yeshua said, Blessings on the lion if a human eats it, making the lion human. Foul is the human if a lion eats it, making the lion human.

The Gnostic Bible: Revised and Expanded Edition (p. 46). Shambhala Publications. Kindle Edition.


It is important to note that Satanism can sometimes have different definitions to different people.  Using their bio-technology for immortality was considered wrong by Jesus; he shamed the Lion for doing so in The Gospel Of Thomas (it is a form of slavery):

(87) Yeshua said, How miserable is the body that depends on a body, and how miserable is the soul that depends on both.

(112) Yeshua said, Shame on the flesh that depends on the soul. Shame on the soul that depends on the flesh.

The Gnostic Bible: Revised and Expanded Edition; The Gospel of Thomas (verse 87, 112); Shambhala Publications. Kindle Edition.


The measurement of good deeds over bad deeds seems to determine whether a person is re-incarnated (to be immortal).  However, this form of immortality might be limited because most people don’t remember who (s)he were in the past (hypnosis may resurface this information). Perhaps it is best if a righteous person prays to retain memories of his/her current life for the next re-incarnation. Preserving memories may be a more generalized form of immortality that most people are seeking (but who do not consciously/logically think of it this way because it is counter-intuitive).


CAPTION:  This picture was taken from the popular TV show Fringe.  Notice how the frog has an Iota symbol.  Metaphorically this seems to refer to the human race and how (s)he has a built in, and hidden toroidal field, within DNA.  Also known as “The Flower of Life”, this toroidal field is what allows humans to become “gods of gold” as seen in Exodus 32: 31.   

The Greek letter Iota represents a spherical toroid which can be used to make a time field.  This means that a toroid can manipulate time-space.  Ironically, the flower of life represents the cross-section
of a toroid as well.

Educating humans about the shape-shifting, and human possessions within "The Illuminati"