Again, one of the earliest evidences of Jewry is surely embodied in the Mesopotamian Moon God Nanna or Sin. Indeed Nanna or Sin, akin thematically to the Biblical figure of Shem, may well be considered a common mythical ancestor to all present-day Semites, including Jews.
We see this esoteric presence clearly in Islam. For instance, the crescent moon and five pointed star found in Islamic symbolism owes its origin to the appearance of the crescent moon and star in Mesopotamian iconography. Here the crescent moon represents Nanna/Sin and the pentagram, Goddess Inanna/Ishtar. But this connection, as it relates to Islam, has long been understood.
The moon God Nanna/Sin is understood to have been descended of the chief Sumerian deity Enlil, certainly a Semitic figure as this study explicates. Yet, as is typical in JEM, the mother here is an Aryan figure. Ninlil is alternatively the daughter of Haia, goddess of stores, or Nunbarsegunu, goddess of barley. Importantly Nunbarsegunu is also considered an Air Goddess. With Ninlil, whose name means “Lady of the open field” or “Lady of the Wind,” we find the inspiration for the Aryan Kore of the Greco-Roman pantheon. Hence, with Ninlil’s seduction by Enlil we find inspiration for the Semitic Pluto’s seduction of the Aryan Kore. Nanna or Sin is conceived of this union.
Naturally readers will be interested to know whether there is an etymological connection between the god Sin and the English word sin. To be clear, there is no obvious connection in either the Greek or Hebrew, as presented through the Bible, where unrelated words are used both in Hebrew and Greek. Yet certainly the English word sin derives from the name of this God via Promethean Transmission as this study will explicate. The “coincidences” we will find are simply too great.
This is surely JEM, a wink and a nod, inserted by knowledgeable esotericists and presented verbally to frequently illiterate peoples. This is doubtlessly to identify the Jewish essence as sinful and redeemable only through interbreeding with a purer Aryan. The Baptism ritual, for example, a metaphor for sexual union between a Jewish God and an Aryan Goddess, as explicated in this study, illustrates this idea of “purging sin” through intermixture with Aryans.
Here it is important to realize the word sin owes its original meaning to the meaning of the God Sin. Much of this meaning can be gleaned from the myth. Indeed because of Enlil’s profane union with Ninlil, Enlil is arrested by the other gods and banished into the underworld. Ninlil follows him. Hence straight away we see similarities to a fall from Eden narrative stemming from an “original sin.” Yet here Enlil and Ninlil find their equivalents in the Semitic Serpent and the Aryan Eve. The serpent too was banished from the Garden as we will remember.
The nocturnal and ultimately chthonic moon god, Sin, becomes in some sense, not merely the child of, but a physical embodiment or manifestation of “sin” as we understand the term. Hence to be clear, from the very beginning, to commit “sin” is to miscegenate. But, of course, this God Sin or Nanna fits well also with a Jewish identity. Indeed, this study explicates how the Jewish identity, for example, is based on the very notion of admixture.
This moon God Sin should be understood as well, like Bacchus, as a God of Madness. Indeed, the moon has a deep and ancient association with madness. Here it is understood as the cause. Some vestige of this understanding is seen, for example, in the term “lunatic” deriving from the Latin word lunaticus meaning “seizures.” Here the moon or “luna” was understood as inducing insanity, including seizures.
As this study discusses, the Myth of the werewolf describes the Aryan reduced to Benjamin the “ravening wolf” by JEM or the “Moon God Sin.” Hence the moon as symbol becomes, again, something akin to the labyrinth or the Hamsa. Here, we must understand, the effort to deceive, “gaslight” or drive mad, so as to possess, control or destroy, is wholly deliberate. Again, this is the conscious effort of esotericists and not, of course, common Jews.
It is certain in fact that Jews indicate Sin as one of their gods in the language of Hebrew. For instance, there we find the letter Shin, ש, also given as Šin. In Judaism, the letter Shin also is understood as standing for Shaddai, שַׁדַּי, a name for the Jewish God in the Hebrew Bible. Distinct from the other “seven Holy names” of the Jewish God, which translate as “God”, “Gods” or “[of] Hosts”, Shaddai, שַׁדַּי, ostensibly translates as “God Almighty.”
Meaningfully the three-tined letter Šin also means “300.” This is doubtlessly a reference to the Mesopotamian numerology referencing the God Sin. Here three is the important numeral as our explication of numerology will make clear.
Readers will remember that Sin’s sacred number was “30.” The Vulcan salute in the late sixties Star Trek television series, ostensibly introduced by the actor Leonard Nimoy, is a reference to this letter. That his character is a Vulcan, a reference to another important manifestation of the Jewish God, seems unlikely an accident. It seems likely these details have an esoteric origin, whether passed through unwitting non-Jews or otherwise. That Spock will be developed as a “half-Vulcan” is likely a nod to the Semitic Bride Gathering Cult.
Both the Proto-Sinaitic glyph and Phoenician letter, from which this Hebrew letter developed, is often guessed to have developed from the pictogram of a tooth. This is intriguing in light of the consistent depiction of the Jewish God as a consumer of an Aryan host, whether in the form of bread, fish, oil, sheaves of wood and so forth. As this study explicates, there can be little doubt the Myth of the vampire developed as a metaphorical depiction of the Jew. The suggestion, emerging from Jewish sources, such as the Encyclopedia Judaica, that the Hebrew letter developed from the representation of composite bow, is possibly an Exoteric Alibi. Additionally, this may be a sly reference to the Hyksos, a proto-Jewish group discussed in this study. The Hyksos are understood as introducing the composite bow to Egypt.
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