Seth is the “Serpent Seed”
The Bible appears to indicate Eve’s son, Seth, from which the Jewish line will eventually descend, as an offspring of her union with the serpent. We know this because Seth is almost certainly derived from the Semitic Egyptian god Set or Seth via “Promethean transmission.”
In ancient Greek, the language by which the Biblical parables officially entered non-Jewish societies, the Egyptian deity’s name was given as Sēth (Σήθ). There, in Greece, he was equated with the Serpentine Typhon, a form of the Jewish or proto-Jewish God. This is fitting, after all, in the Greco-Roman pantheon, Typhon, regarded as one of Jupiter’s fiercest enemies, was the son of the Jewish Saturn. Here it seems clearly suggested that Seth is descended from the Jewish God, whether Saturn or the Serpent in the Garden. This tends to suggest as well that the name Adam, indeed, is a reference to Saturn’s “adamantine” sickle as this study explores.
To be clear, my premise is distinct from a “Serpent Seed” premise held by some Christian sects that understands Cain as the descendant of the serpent. Though there are some interesting, potentially contradictory details of this tale, the JEM clearly indicates Cain as an Aryan figure as this study will explicate. Hence Genesis repeats a racial displacement theme with the Aryan Adam and Aryan Cain, the latter whom is doomed to wander the earth.
Sargon of Akkad as The Serpent
The tale of Sargon of Akkad, the first Semitic “King” on record, seems to tell the tale of the Garden from “the Serpent’s perspective.” Indeed, in the semi-mythical figure we find numerous similarities to Biblical figures that are reoccurring motifs in JEM. Like Christ, he was born of an illegitimate mother. Like Moses he appears to palace servants as a baby in a basket of rushes floating in a river. Like the Serpent of Eden, he infiltrates the royal garden or “garden of the gods” as a servant. There, like Christ, during his baptism, he is visited by a “Holy Spirit” or the Aryan Inanna or Ishtar appearing in a cloud of doves. Like King David, he gains access to kingship through “marrying in.”
To the extent he is understood as a historical figure, he is known for appointing his daughter, Enheduanna, as the high priestess of Nanna/Sin at Ur. In his mythical relationship with Ianna/Ishtar, he resembles Dumuzid, the clear first inspiration of Christ and the proto-Jewish Dying and Rising Cults that will follow. As a Semitic king presiding over cults like the cult of Nanna/Sin, which saw Aryan women made sacred prostitutes and breeding stock for Semitic kings, he also resembles Enlil, the Semitic father of Nanna/Sin. He was considered the great “ensi” or Lord of Enlil. Enlil, Dumuzid and Nanna/Sin may all be understood as proto-Jewish Gods, akin to Christ and Yawheh alike. These details are explicated in this study.