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The Gold Mission and the Christian Hell

By 23 marca 2020No Comments

The concept of Hell in Christianity is a fantasy-world where the souls of the unbeliever and sinful people are supposed to suffer every kind of punishment.

In order to make this doctrine somehow understandable, we have to assume that there is a soul co-existing with the physical body. Additionally, we have to accept that the soul does not vanish after death but transform into some other kind of existence. This existence is supposed to have many similarities with the life of the physical body since it has the ability to feel pain, repentance, agony or other kinds of feelings. The executive director of the place, Hades, is supposed to be a great inventive man who exposes his „subjects” to all kind of evil treatments.

The Christians love the idea of hell. They are certain that their enemies, the unbelievers, the critics of Christendom or the heretics, who are supposed to be Christians but have somehow different opinions about the „Trinity” or the „Holy Spirit”, are already on the path leading to hell. Expressions like „go to hell” were unknown to people prior to the Christian era. The scribes of the Christian Bible, the Saints, the Apostles and other Church fathers used to practice the doctrine of hell to spread fear among those who did not totally surrender to the doctrines of the Holy Book. The „Hell” has become synonymous to a place for souls not following the words of God.

The theme of the Christian Hell is about some virtual place (as well as the Paradise) nobody can possibly know anything about its character or even its existence. Additionally nobody can possibly know anything about souls or what happen to them after death. We shall, however, take a look at the real Hell here on Earth, the place from which Christianity copied the concept of Hell.

The place is known as the „underworld” in the Greek Mythology, where Hades is the master of the place. He forced Persephone to marry him after he abducted her. In Sumerian Mythology Persephone is known as Ereskigal, a grand daughter of both Enlil/Yahweh and Enki/Poseidon and sister of Inanna/Aphrodite. She married Nergal (Hades), the son of Enki, after he abducted her. „Eresh-Ki-Gal” probably means „Adobe of the Great Queen on Earth”. Nergal was known as the god of the underworld in Mythology. In reality he was the executive director of the underground goldmines in Southern Africa. The Brotherhood of the Gold extracted most of the gold they sent to their home planet from just Southern Africa and Mesoamerica. South Africa is still the larger producer of gold.

The underground mines, full of unhappy slave-gold-miners have been the original source of many mythological stories. It was a real place of hell for living humans, not for the souls of the dead. We have many stories about gods and demigods who were imprisoned in the underworld and later allowed to return, witnessing of a place of living people. The underworld in Greek Mythology is a very realistic description of the underground gold mines in Southern Africa. Nergal, also known as Hades, was the administrator of the underground mines and the god of the underworld.The concept of the „underworld” derives partly from the fact that the mines were beneath the surface and partly because they were located in the Abzu, probably a Nibiruan word from which the word „abyss” derives. Both names, Nergal and Hades, have been connected with death, punishment and Hell.

Nergal, being a member of the alien Brotherhood of the Gold, was a very result-oriented executive. He could travel around in Africa, Asia and Europe, selecting men to use as labor in the mines. Being selected/captured by Nergal was equivalent to be considered as dead. The mineworkers were transported to the underground mines, where they worked until they died. They were provided with food and water to keep them alive although they probably had been manipulated to believe they were dead. Those people lived the rest of their lives in the mines. We find a very appropriate description in the Greek Mythology where they are called „living dead”. When they no longer were able to work, they were just buried under the excavated soil. They never came up again. The „underworld” was a place of no return. Surely, it was a terrible fate for those ancestors of ours. It was literally a place of Hell. The „living dead” were providing the Nibiruans with gold under thousands of years. The gold transformed into gold dust, becomes an elixir for health and longevity.

While the Master of the Underworld in different Mythologies is Nergal and Hades, that represent the same god and member of the alien Brotherhood of the Gold, the Christian Church chose another name for the Master of Hell. The name „Satan”, from Arabic (Islamic world) is supposed to describe this man in a more negative manner. The original „Shejtan”, however, means „adversary” which is equivalent to „competitor”. Was there another god? Was there a competition between gods?

Besides Mythology, there are historical documents witnessing that Nergal/Hades used to take workers by force in order to use them in the mines. In 1887 some 350 clay tablets were found in Egypt at El Amarna, the capital city of Pharaoh Amenhotep IV. Those tablets, today in European Museums, were written under the time of Amenhotep III and his son, Amenhotep IV who later changed his name to Akenaten.

They are written in the diplomatic language of the time, Akkadian, reflecting the correspondence between Egyptian Pharaohs with other leaders around Egypt. One of those „letters”, with the ID „EA35”, is from the king of Cyprus (Alashiya) to the Egyptian Pharaoh. Here is what he says:

„Speak to the King of Egypt, my brother. Thus says the King of Alashiya [9], your brother: All goes well with me. With my houses, my wife, my sons, my chief men, my horses, my chariots, and in my lands, it is well. And with my brother may it be well. My brother, behold, my messenger I have sent with your messenger to you to Egypt. Now I have sent 500 talents [1] of copper to you; I have sent it to you as a gift [2] for my brother. Do not let my brother be concerned that the amount of copper is too little, for in my land the hand of Nergal [3], my lord, has killed all the men of my land, and so there is not a (single) copper-worker [emphasis added].” No men to use as copper-workers. They were needed to dig gold for the gods in the underworld. Note that only men were „killed” by the hand of Nergal. They were, of course, not „killed” but taken away and considered as dead. Had it been some kind of disease, plague or natural disaster then Nergal (Hades/Death) would have taken women and children too. This real Hell was the creation of the alien gods who”s Commander Enlil later became Yahweh and God. They could use as many slaves as they needed as gold miners, servants in their homes, priests and hierodules in their Temples, soldiers, agents, kings, prophets or whatever. Our ancestors had no possibility to escape „the hand of Nergal”. Today we are not slaves any more but free citizens with the ability to dig for gold for ourselves, or so we think. Are we doing the digging and storing the gold for someone else? Are our steps directed into paths already predetermined by the doctrines of Yahweh?

Mentally we are indeed enslaved by the doctrines of Hell, Paradise, Trinity, Holy Spirit and the like, also created by the god of the Old Testament and his agents. The Church demands from us to believe in those manipulative doctrines, threatening with Hell if we don’t. The fear for punishment by god is still here. Yet, neither the Church fathers nor anybody else can possibly know anything about such things. Fear and Hope, Hell and Paradise, the doctrines that re-enslaved mankind, the very basement of the Christian structure, are closely connected with Yahweh and his Gold Mission on Earth.


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