YT description: Great interview with Matthew LaCroix in regards to the Anunnaki, Enlil, Enki and a pantheon of Demigods.
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Title: The Battle for Earth & Your Soul – Enki vs Enlil – Eagle vs Serpent – History Altered (YT link) Uploaded by Leak Project.
Matthew LaCroix: Annunaki War – The Eagle Vs The Serpent – (2016) 4 stars
Run time: 44 minutes. LaCroix mentions several nations that use the eagle in their flags, most prominently Rome, Germany, the US and Mexico. At 26 minutes in, he has only mentioned its rival, the serpent, as being in Mesoamerica. I’d like to add a couple more locations to this, based on the idea of a scaled being such as a dragon, a serpent or a fish. Babylon and China both have the fish deity Dagon as having introduced knowledge to the primitive peoples. China of course has a heavy emphasis on the dragon. I almost want to add India to this bunch, because of their mythologies of serpent people living underground and their idea of the serpent-like Kundalini. So, Babylon, China, possibly India and Mesoamerica as being the spiritual part of the equation, or Enki’s side, and the eagle symbolism being from Enlil, the conqueror nations, or the materialistic side. If you want to take this one step further, we have the Biblical Satan described as both a serpent in Genesis, and as a dragon in Revelation. And what did Satan do in the Garden of Eden? He tempted Eve into eating from, and this is very important and pertinent to the discussion, the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
There is something I’ve been trying to reconcile here, from my own research into the Negro Olmec and Latin Maya cultures. (I haven’t gotten to the Aztecs yet.) The Olmec came from across the sea, according to their own legends. The Maya came much later, when their original home sank into the water and they used boats to travel west. The Olmec were known as master masons and may have had something to do with building the pyramids in Egypt and Mexico. The idea that LaCroix and Gerald Clark have forwarded is that Quetzalcoatl may have been with the Olmec when they first arrived. When the Maya showed up, much like the Incas in Peru, they said that the pyramids and ancients cities were already there; they simply took the place over and moved in.
Here’s what I’m getting at. The Maya thought they originally came from Venus, much like other cultures think they originated from the Pleiades, Sirius or Orion. There are some researchers among the Electric Universe crowd who think that at one time, Venus looked like a large comet with a huge tail. This comet potentially identifies with the Chinese dragon, and also with the dragon of Revelation in the Bible, as both of those could also signify unusual comets. Here is another important point. When the Maya said they came from Venus, did they mean that spaceships brought them to Earth, or could they be saying that only their SOULS came from Venus?
This is all speculation, but there have long been rumors that Mars was once inhabited, that they screwed up their atmosphere somehow, and that their souls drifted over to be reincarnated on Earth. Some even say that those Martian souls became the Jewish people. Then there are the believers in the Black Cube of Saturn, where some believe souls enter our universe through Saturn, and exit through some other Black Cube or a similar mechanism on Luna. We also have provable connections between Israel and Saturn to confused things even further. It is a huge mess to unravel!
Here is something that will really throw you for a loop. We know that in Anglo societies, the dragon has always been a mystical and magical creature. There are several Eastern European legends where heroes have slain dragons. After these heroes bathe in the blood of the dragons, they become immortal for a time or permanently, depending on the tale. Keep that in mind for a second. Now, if the Caduceus and the Kabbalah’s Tree of Life are really symbols of human DNA, then in the book of Genesis, what did El / Yahweh / Enlil do to Adam and Eve? Take a look at this:
And the Lord God said, “The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil. He must not be allowed to reach out his hand and take also from the tree of life and eat, and live forever.” – Genesis 3:22, NIV
There you go; there is your match. The blood of the dragon / serpent could give people immortality, but you have the god of the Old Testament taking that immortality away from humanity. If you follow the idea that Enlil is selfish and intolerant, exactly like the jealous El / Yahweh is, that makes the OT god the bad guy. Now, I’m not saying that the serpent is the good guy, because Satan is certainly not my idea of that. However, if Enlil rewrote history the serpent / dragon would certainly be vilified beyond recognition.
At 33 minutes in, LaCroix brings up the scene from the Garden of Eden. He also mentions certain cultures and their deities. I’ll write them down here. The Maya had Kukulcan. The Aztecs had Quetzalcoatl. The one I have trouble remembering is the god Amaru of the Inca, as they also had a second bearded white man / deity in Viracocha.
I’m going to toss in another bizarre nugget here that you probably don’t know about. There is a legend from the Paiute and Sioux tribes from the southwestern United States. In this legend, a Messiah showed up to counter the US Federal Army. His name was Wokova, but in English he was called Jack Wilson. This was supposed to be the son of the Great Spirit, and as the tale goes, hundreds of pilgrims from many Native American nations and tribes came to see him. Wokova taught the natives how to perform the Ghost Dance. The Anglo soldiers were so afraid of this Ghost Dance that it led to the massacre at Wounded Knee in 1890. I’ve heard that Wokova died and returned 3 days later as an eagle that flew up to heaven. I’ve also heard that the place Wokova was buried is in the town of Shurz, Walker River Reservation in Nevada. The reason I mention Wokova is because of all of these deities showing up in Mesoamerica in the ancient past, and there could have possibly been another one as recently as the late 19th century. While the Native Americans legends describe Wokova as a deity, the contemporary Anglos of the time said he was a mortal prophet.
“When the sun died I went up to heaven and saw God and all the people who had died a long time ago. God told me to come back and tell my people they must be good and love one another, and not fight, or steal or lie. He gave me this dance to give to my people.” – Wokova, interviewed by James Mooney, 1892, from the book American Indian Religious Traditions