The Dracontia, the original masons, built temples that were sacred to the Dragon because it was the symbol of the sun, which, in its turn was the symbol of the highest god, El. Besides the surname of serpents they were called the builders, the architects; for the immense grandeur of their temples and monuments were such, that even the pulverized remains of them stagger the mathematical calculations of our modern engineers.
The dragon/serpent/crocodile was the most appropriate beast pantheists could have devised for their messianic kingship, reflecting allegiance to Satan and seraphim angels. The New Testament In Today’s English notes the dragon is thought by modernists to be an imaginary beast, understood to be like a huge lizard, which is also called a serpent, appearing in the Bible as the devil, 31 thereby also connecting Dragon kingships back to their sponsor, Satan. The antediluvian dragon/serpent was then the majestic animal of kingship before Eden. And after that, it was employed as an allegory for the kingship sponsored by seraphim angels, which was once more lowered from heaven to earth, both before and after the flood, to the descendants and followers of Cain and the seraphim- like Nephilim, by serpent- like angels.
Dragon mythology has worldwide appeal. It permeates all cultures. All cultures have a name for dragon , even though the animal cannot prove itself to have existed. Dragon- like monsters unexplainably appear in remote cultures such as the Hopi, Huron, and Zuni. Mythologists Calvert Watkins and Joseph Fontenrose view the enduring patterns of dragon mythology as the fundamental myth plot of Western civilization, the story of stories, while Fontenrose further advocates that dragon mythology is an expression of an essential, cosmic dualism (polytheism).
Drakon was the Greek word for dragon, meaning “serpent,” just as the ancient Sumerian words Usumgal and Mus- Usumgal translate as “serpent” and are metaphors in praise of gods and kings. The ancient, holy crocodile was known as Draco, the mighty dragon of kingship, whence the title “Pendragon” (head dragon) was contrived in the Celtic British kingdoms, 33 and from whence the Roman word for dragon, draco , derived. 34 Draco is Latin for “dragon” and derived from the Greek word draconia , which was originally described in antiquity to be a serpent- like creature with wings. Furthermore, draco derived from the original drakon , or draconta , which alternatively translates as “to watch” 35 in the spirit of infamous seraphim watchers , the angels that bore wings. The angelic posterity, the Nephilim/Anunnaki were remembered in antiquity as watchers , rulers, and kings and all appeared like serpents/ dragons. Moreover, variant forms of reptile serpents with wings likely thrived before Eden, as well, suggested by the fact that numerous legends recorded wings were removed from the serpent, along with other body parts.
The dragon, too, was an ancient symbol for power and heroes 36 adopted by the antediluvian and postdiluvian kingships. Jonathan Evans notes dragons were symbolic wonders of the world, and Tolkien describes them as part of the perilous realm of faerie: fairy tales, fantasy literature, and imaginative fiction. 37 Our literature and entertainment overflows with covert allegories cloaking intrigue. Seemingly, the dragon was the key metaphor for patriarchal bloodlines (male), while the fairy represented the matriarchal bloodline (female).
According to René Guénon, the swastika represents the north pole, and the rotational movement around a centre or immutable axis (axis mundi), and only secondly it represents the Sun as a reflected function of the north pole. As such it is a symbol of life, of the vivifying role of the supreme principle of the universe, the absolute God, in relation to the cosmic order. It represents the activity (the Hellenic Logos, the Hindu Om, the Chinese Taiyi, "Great One") of the principle of the universe in the formation of the world. According to Guénon, the swastika in its polar value has the same meaning of the yin and yang symbol of the Chinese tradition, and of other traditional symbols of the working of the universe, including the letters Γ (gamma) and G, symbolizing the Great Architect of the Universe of Freemasonic thought.
According to the scholar Reza Assasi, the swastika represents the north ecliptic north pole centred in ζ Draconis, with the constellation Draco as one of its beams. He argues that this symbol was later attested as the four-horse chariot of Mithra in ancient Iranian culture. They believed the cosmos was pulled by four heavenly horses who revolved around a fixed centre in a clockwise direction. He suggests that this notion later flourished in Roman Mithraism, as the symbol appears in Mithraic iconography and astronomical representations.
According to the Russian archaeologist Gennady Zdanovich, who studied some of the oldest examples of the symbol in Sintashta culture, the swastika symbolizes the universe, representing the spinning constellations of the celestial north pole centred in α Ursae Minoris, specifically the Little and Big Dipper (or Chariots), or Ursa Minor and Ursa Major. Likewise, according to René Guénon the swastika is drawn by visualising the Big Dipper/Great Bear in the four phases of revolution around the pole star.
Akkadian Quingu. Sumerian: KIN-GU = "ruler over the Earth (or regions). Logo: the eagle. Princely root stock of the Gina'abul. At war with the Ušumgal. Three types: whites [Kingú-Babbar, grand royals; Te (Aquila)], reds [warriors-cleaners; Ušu (Draco)], greens [the people, also warriors]. Most Kingú possess a mark on the forehead, like a third eye.
The Red Kingú (Seraphim):
Just beneath the Kingú-Babbar in the social order. Specialists in war; soldiers. Reddish skin. Have tail, horn, and wings. When the Kingú-Babbar left Ušu, the Red Kingú remained to govern in their place.
Reds [warriors-cleaners; Ušu (Draco)].
Since that time, certain Gina'abul, such as the red Kingú, have had difficulty in sojourning more than 5 full Ud (days) in the KI of Uraš. The Babbar and Imdugud seem, on the other hand, to tolerate this frequency well.
These names all have similar meanings such as “the burning ones, burning spirits, fiery angels or burning angels.” The meaning of the name Seraph is also synonymous, with serpent and seraphim being the plural for serpents. They are the serpents who bit the children of Israel in the wilderness. Doctors and Scholars of the Jewish Church such as Rabbi Bechai had said this about the serpent who tempts Eve in Genesis (Gen. iii. 14); “This is the secret (or mystery) of the holy language, that a serpent is called saraph, as an angel is called saraph;” and ” hence the Scriptures called serpents seraphim (Numb. xxi. 6—8), because they were the offspring of this old saraph.”
These burning angels who are also known as serpents, are also mentioned as celestial beings in the Book of Enoch and the Book of Revelation. They are the fiery angels burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God as spoken of in Revelation 4:5 – “And out of the throne proceeded lightnings and thunderings and voices: and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God.”
Red has a rich, visual spectrum, so it has a complex and intricate symbolic meaning.  Red symbolizes everything from passion, love, and sex to blood, wounds, death, and fertility. It can even represent anger, aggression, danger, warning, and protection.
Red is the color of blood and one of the primary colors of fire.  Jung believed that this is why red is linked to surging, tearing emotions like anger and love.  Other associations include the sun, masculinity, passion, energy, and war.  The connection with life and warmth derive from red's blood and fire,  while its association with war and death come from red's connection to spilled blood, menstruation, and the blood of the placenta after giving birth. [4,7]
In Paleolithic times, red ochre was mined and ground into powder. Anthropologists believe that people imbued this powder with life-giving powers. 
To the Celtics, red symbolized death and the afterlife.  The ancient Anglo-Saxons saw red as a protective color that could be used to ward off evil.  Warriors covered their weapons with red paint to endow them with magical powers, and red paint and markings afford trees and animals protection. 
In China, red is regarded as an auspicious color  because red symbolizes love and fertility.  Traditional wedding gowns and veils in China are red.  Red eggs are offered to a couple when a child is born.  Red is often used in festivals because it represents good luck and celebration. [5,6] Among the five elements, red is associated with the element of Fire and the direction of South.  The poetical expression of 'the mark of the vermillion pencil' refers to documents written with red ink by the Emperor. 
Other societies associate red with love and fertility. A practice that still remains in Greece, Albania, and Armenia is that of the flammeum, a veil that brides wrap around themselves as a symbol of fertility and protection.  This practice can be traced back to the times of Ancient Rome, although some sources report that the flammeum actually was colored an orange-yellow, the color of a candle flame. 
In Ancient Egypt, red symbolized the destructive god Set.  The Ancient Egyptians used an expression roughly translated as 'making red' to mean murdering someone, and an evil act or plot would be called 'red affairs.'  Scribes would use a special red ink when writing words of warning or ill-omen.  Similarly, in the Hebrew tradition, red symbolized both the sin and the sacrifice for the sin. 
In Western Europe, red indicates or highlights danger.  Red also relates anger and aggression, from its association with Mars, the Roman god of War.  Modern western usage of red also includes high energy, high speed,  low-levels of fuel, and high levels of danger ('red alert').
For the Apache red symbolized victory and success, and it was also the color of the East. 
In Feng Shui, red is a color of the element Fire, and it is of the active Yang aspect. It promotes money and good luck and symbolizes respect and vitality. 
Red has a strong symbolic nature owing to its natural manifestation in blood and fire. Depending on the culture and time period, red may represent anger, aggression, high speed, danger, love, purity, joy, celebration, fertility, warmth, rebirth, death, wounds, or protection.
In the pseudo-Dionysian hierarchy of angels, the highest and closest angels to God. The name “seraphim” is thought to be derived from the Hebrew verb saraf, which means to “burn,” “incinerate,” or “destroy,” and probably refers to the ability of seraphim to destroy by burning.
The seraphim may have evolved from the uraeus, the gold serpent (specifically a cobra) worn by Egyptian pharaohs on their foreheads. Uraei without wings and with two or four wings were depicted in iconography throughout the Near East. They protected by spitting their poison, or fire.
The seraphim who became angels in lore perhaps originally had serpent forms with human characteristics. In the Hebrew Bible, the term saraf is applied to fiery serpents. Numbers 21:6–8 refers to fiery serpents sent by the Lord to bite and kill sinning Israelites. After Moses prays for forgiveness, he is instructed to set a fiery serpent atop a pole. Whoever was bitten by it, when he looked upon it, would live.
Moses makes a bronze serpent. Deuteronomy 8:15 refers to the “fiery serpents” and scorpions in the land of Egypt. The prophet ISAIAH described more humanlike seraphim in a vision (Isaiah 6:2–3). He sees the Lord on his throne with six-winged seraphim standing above him.
The Sukkal (Ptah Taal):
Kadištu subgroup having the form of birds. "Cousin of the Gina'abul." The Sumerian word "sukkal" means "messenger." In the Sumerian and Assyro-Babylonian traditions, the Sukkal are humanoids with the body of a bird and large wings on the back. The Greek term "anggelos" also means messenger and refers to beings with functions similar to biblical angels. Important Life Designers. Urbar'ra (Lyra)
Contrary to this false teaching, Vega does not mean 'exalted' but precisely the opposite. This Arabic word means "falling." As a matter of fact, it means 'falling eagle'—as in Lucifer, symbolized by the eagle, falling from heaven!
"How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations,"
(Isaiah 14:12 ).
According to The Fixed Stars, the star, Vega, gives the appearance of being pale sapphire. Ezekiel 28:13 states that, prior to his expulsion from heaven, Lucifer was covered with precious stones, and among these gems is mentioned the sapphire. Occult sources correctly describe Vega as a 'falling vulture'.The Fixed Stars states that the Vega vulture is based on the Greek myth of Orpheus, who was the greatest of all musicians and the first rock star!
"And he said unto them, I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven,"
(Luke 10:18 ).
Kennedy, Bullinger, et al, do err in identifying Vega a symbol of Christ, the Exalted One, for it is obvious that the Christ symbolized by Vega is Lucifer, the Fallen One! Vega's placement in the constellation of Lyra, the Harp, is most Biblical. Lucifer was created as the most brilliant of all of the angels and occupied an exalted position in Heaven, below only the Godhead. Before his rebellion, Lucifer appears to have led the worship of God in musical ways, being the chief musician of Heaven.
The vulture represents birth and death as well as new beginnings, this is an effective and positive animal totem.
The Vulture is known as CATHARTES AURA meaning GOLDEN PURIFIER because as this creature purifies the land and atmosphere in it's own natural way. It represents the positive energy that is required to conquer life’s problems. It uses the earth’s energy to ride the winds. It soars high in the sky and looks on. The vulture is always searching for something, food or a place to rest. It will stop at nothing. The vulture knows that it can use the energy of gravity to it’s advantage. Do you have the image of vultures shadowing your thoughts? The thought of a vulture makes you think of its power of navigation in the air currents. The vulture teaches you to patiently think over everything in sight and be sure before you take action.
The Vulture is really a promise that difficulty is temporary and essential for a greater purpose. When a Vulture makes its way into your life through meditation, like a totem or guide, it'll remain you of life and possible existence.
The way the vulture scavenges its food may remind you of how resourceful it is. It is very patient while it coasts overhead for hours on end before deciding on the time and place for a tasty meal. The way the vulture scavenges its food may remind you of how resourceful it is.
The symbolism that can be related to the vulture are:
A vulture reminds us to grab an opportunity whenever it appears. This means that you should use your wisdom and resourcefulness instead of hard work. The vulture symbol in your thoughts signifies that you are as flexible and perceptive as it is and highly aware of the situation. The heightened senses like sight and smell helps the vulture to zero in on fresh meat very easily. The symbol tells one to use the keen eyesight to target the best.
The renewal aspect of this symbol is the dawn of a fresh day.
The vulture is the majestic symbol of things with intelligence that do not conform to normal standards. The following are some of the interpretations of the vulture symbol found in the history of ancient cultures:
My bloodline is called Ptah Taal (Paa Tal) - which means 11th dimensional or simply Bird Tribe.
Lucifer’s parents are the “Aku,” which are “The Ancient Ones”—the Guardian Race, the Bird tribe. However, the “Ancient Ones” are not the same Bird tribe as the ones that rebelled, and one of the symbols of the Ancients Ones, as mentioned earlier, is the Eagle.
The Ancient Ones as a Reptilian Race, black-skinned, and looking like something between a Reptilian and a humanoid. This was correct, but most of the races have evolved since the beginning of time in this Universe, and something we learned in school was that the birds come from the dinosaurs. I would say that this can be applied when we’re talking about the Ancient Ones, as well. I am not saying that they look like eagles, but they are affiliated in some ways.
Ursa Major (Dubhe):
"Grand Dragons," later Sumerian term for their gods and sovereigns; descended from Kingú-Babbar; creators of the Annuna and other races. The Ušumgal Council of Nalulkára were survivors of the Great War.
(Compared to other Dragon Types, the attribution of supernatural powers afford to Wurms is limited, but it is common for wurms to have the ability to exhale noxious fumes or fire and to move with incredible speed.)
Black is the absence of color, the negative of white.  For this reason, black is the color of primordial void, that which existed before the light.  Black possesses a mysterious sense of extinction, and it is considered the color of the night, where the unknown is manifest,  but black also represents the germinal state, the beginning sure to grow. 
The claim that black is universally associated with death, evil, and sickness seems at first,  but another look reveals that black has many other associations, such as fertility  and newly fertilized lands. 
In some parts of the Arab world, black is considered unlucky,  but black is also a symbol of power and authority, an emblem of the Caliphate, the first system of government established in Islam. 
As a color that seems indifferent, black encapsulates the mark of humility and respectability. 
In China, black represents the passive element Yin. Its opposite element, Yang, is bright yellow.  Though black is considered a color for young boys,  it remains a color of darkness and isn't usually worn as a primary color.  In the four primary directions, black is the color of the Dark Warrior,  depicted as a tortoise with an intertwined serpent.  The Dark Warrior symbolized the north direction, which, unlike the other directions, was never honored or worshipped. People feared it for being the home of the destructive ocean god.  The Dark Warrior's element is water, and in Wu Xing, the Five Elements of China, black is associated with the element water. 
In Feng Shui, black is associated with the element water and the passive yin. Black represents money or income, career, emotional protection, power, stability, and bruises. 
Black is associated with the darkness, the unknown, the invisible. The fear inspired by these connections may be the reason that black became a symbolic color of power and authority. Black is associated with the night and the setting sun. Black is connected with both death and rebirth. Fertility and the mother goddess, also connected with death and rebirth, intertwine with the color black.
Wearing a black garment might be an indication of position or authority, or it may be a sign of mourning, loss, or even illness.
Because black symbolizes the primordial void before creation, it appears in each person as the shadow personality in Jungian psychology. While the word 'shadow' might indicate negativity, the shadow is not necessarily a negative aspect of the psyche. Much like the physical body's shadow, the shadow of the psyche is present in each conscious person, apparent only in contrast to the conscious mind. The germinal state of creation, too, exists within each person as part of the shadow aspect, from which new synthesis and new creations often arise spontaneously.
The variety of symbolism for the color black is layered. This explains why black is also perceived to be a chaotic color; it represents the shadow, the unknown, and the unpredictable as well as the cyclical processes of life, death, and rebirth, including fertility. Since fertility of the land, and fertility of human being, remains elusive, the chaotic and unpredictable nature of it coordinates with the other associations of black.
In Western esotericism, the initiatory philosophy of the Left Hand Path is preserved in such occult traditions as alchemy, certain forms of Gnosticism (the Ophites, Cainites, etc.), witchcraft, Qliphothic Qabalah, demonology, Satanic movements, anti-cosmic philosophies, and Setian currents referring to the ancient Egyptian lore and developed in the twentieth century by the prominent representatives of Western occultism - Aleister Crowley, Kenneth Grant, Anton Szandor LaVey, and others. One of the first writers who developed the concept of the Draconian (or Typhonian) Tradition in their writings, however, was Gerald Massey. His views oscillated around ancient cults of nature as the Great Mother and the belief in mystical powers of the feminine. He derived the term "Typhonian" from the ancient Egyptian cult of the dragon goddess Ta-Urt, and he considered her to be the mother of Set. In his writings, "Typhon" is simply another name of this deity, the Greek equivalent of "Ta-Urt," although in Greek mythology Typhon is a fierce male god. In ancient Greek sources he is referred to as a dragon (drakôn) and he is an amorphous reptilian deity with wings. He is said to be the offspring of Gaia and Tartarus - the earth and the underworld, a chthonic entity and fearsome monster. Massey's theories, however, became quite influential, and his view was taken over and developed by a number of occult authors who supported the view that the worship of the Great Mother was the most primordial of all cults in the history of mankind.
The Mother Goddess was the symbol of nature and fertility of the earth. Maternity and ability to bring new life into the world belonged to the sphere of sacrum. Therefore, the concept of the Goddess represented the most primordial forces behind all life, creation and fertility. The period when the Great Mother was worshipped came to be referred to as the "lunar phase" in the history of the world. In this view, the dragon goddess (Ta-Urt, Tiamat, etc.) had a special place. She represented the wheel of eternal changes and the cycles of nature. Her attribute was the group of seven stars in the Great Bear Constellation. Helena Blavatsky in her Isis Unveiled observes that the origin of the name "Typhon" is closely connected with the forces of nature: the violent, the unruly and the untamed. For instance, floods caused by the river Nile were referred to by the ancient Egyptians as "Typhon," while the mounds built along the river to prevent inundations were called "Typhonian" or Taphos. In Egyptian art, Typhon is depicted in the form of an ass, crocodile, or fish. Massey, who actually invented the term "Typhonian Tradition," writes in his Lectures that this tradition also derives from the god Sevekh, a deity with a crocodile's head, closely associated with the dragon symbolism. According to him, the name "Sevekh" means "the sevenfold" - hence the seven heads of the dragon in the biblical Revelation, while the dragon itself represents the eighth head. His theories on the origin of the Draconian Tradition combine the lore of many cultures, including ancient Egypt, Babylon, and Hebrew legends. For instance, he identifies Typhon with Tiamat, the primordial female principle out of which the whole universe emerged and which underlies the cycles of nature. He also associates these personifications of the dark, primal aspects of nature with Leviathan and Behemoth, described in his writings as "the primal pair that was first created in the Garden of Eden," and with the Great Bear Constellation. He observes that in Egypt the Great Bear was called Typhon, or Mother of Revolutions, and the dragon with seven heads was assigned to her son, Sevekh-Kronus, or Saturn. Thus, he believes that the seven-headed dragon or serpent was originally female, but with the appearance of Sevekh, the Sevenfold Serpent, it came to be identified as male. Also, such authors as Massey and Blavatsky often emphasize the original messianic role of the Serpent.
Mason, Asenath. Draconian Ritual Book (p. 21-22). Kindle Edition.
Draconian symbolism, however, is complex and loaded with esoteric meanings. Mythological dragons usually represent specific principles. As winged serpents, they reflect the Hermetic principle "as above, so below" and refer to the chthonic quality of the earth and the underworld (the reptilian body) united with the spiritual concept of heaven (the wings). They are also often depicted with seven heads, and the number seven has a significant esoteric meaning in Draconian mysteries. The seven heads of the Dragon are identified with the seven planets from traditional astrology, the seven lower Sephiroth/Qliphoth on the Qabalistic Tree, seven stars in the Great Bear Constellation, seven power zones, or chakras, through which Kundalini ascends to unite with cosmic consciousness, and so on.
Ursa Minor, the Lesser Bear, is the tail of Draco. Thus, the Goddess “gave birth” to the “Lesser Bear,” which is attached to Draco. Therefore, we could say that the Goddess, as the Mother Bear (Ursa Major), gave birth to the Lesser Bear (Ursa Minor) and Draco. Then, if we take a look at the night sky from the Great Pyramid of Giza and concentrate on the stars connected to the King’s Chamber (remember we talked about in Level II how Marduk and En.ki changed the chambers around so that the King’s Chamber became the Queen’s Chamber and vice versa), we find that Sirius is connected to Ursa Minor as well (see fig 8. above).
Hence, Orion (also depicted in fig 8. ) and Ursa Major, which is the “Older Bear,” gave birth to Ursa Minor (the Lesser Bear), Draco, and Sirius. This means that Orion and Ursa Major are the two major Goddess constellations in the Northern sky, and she birthed En.ki, the “Lesser Bear,” who through conquest took over Ursa Minor, Draco, and eventually also parts of the Sirius system. Draco, ultimately, as we shall see, with the Cosmic Wars raging in the next few papers, is conquered by Marduk and becomes his constellation. Consequently, when we are talking about the Dracos, we are not necessarily talking about Reptilians, or literal Dragons, but Marduk and his army. The great misunderstanding is that the Dragons are the “evil ones” and in conspiracy with the like minded Reptilians, when in fact it was the Dragons who created the Universe—they are the Goddess’ “bloodline.” They are called “Dragons” here on Earth because they breathe “fire” and are “serpents of “Wisdom.” The fire they breathe is the “fire of life,” and not fire which will burn everything it comes in contact with. The dragons in the folklore are distortions of the Dragons of Creation, and in the Regime’s usual manner, they have instigated fear in something that could be awed as extraordinary positive and beautiful.
Mason, Asenath. Draconian Ritual Book (p. 24). Kindle Edition.
From the Christian point of view, Draconian Path can be viewed as Satanism because it refers to the Serpent as the savior and initiator that liberated mankind from the ignorance of the Garden of Eden. Kenneth Grant presents the Draconian Tradition as the art and practice aimed at establishing contact with the forces of primordial darkness and chaos. In the concept of the Qabalistic Tree, these entities reside on the negative side, the Tree of Night - described as the shadow or the roots of the Tree of Life. The Qabalistic Tree represents all aspects of the universe and is depicted as consisting of ten spheres (Sephiroth), with one hidden sphere (called Daath, "Knowledge") - the gate to the dark side of the Tree. These adversary entities, called "the Qliphoth," are the object of focus of many Draconian initiatory paths. They are believed to be emanations of primordial chaos, the seven-headed dragon-goddess that was the mother of all gods. Grant writes in his Magical Revival that Draconian/Typhonian cults were those that included the "worship of the Whore or Unmated Mother," like the Egyptian cults of Sevekh. The whole Tree of Night is believed to emanate from the dark mother-goddess, and the word "Qliphoth" is related to such terms as "shells," "husks," or "a whore," which suggests that the opposite side of the Qabalistic Tree of Life is powered up by the feminine current.
The Typhonian/Draconian Tradition is also a current of fire. The ancient philosopher Heraclitus considered fire to be the basic element in the world, creative force that causes all essential changes in nature. In the Draconian Tradition, it manifests as Kundalini - the inner fire. Awakened through various techniques and practices, it rises up the spine until it reaches the Third Eye, triggering evolutionary changes in the practitioner's consciousness. It is also often described as a feminine force that spins the wheel of everlasting changes. Symbolically, it is depicted as a serpent coiling around a tree (symbol of the masculine principle), or as a serpent fighting an eagle (symbol of the patriarchal solar order). In ancient times the synthesis of these opposite elements was the "plumed serpent." In Draconian philosophy, the symbol of balance between opposites is the dragon - the union of the serpent and the eagle, the feminine and the masculine, that which is above and that which is below.
Mason, Asenath. Draconian Ritual Book (pp. 25-26). Kindle Edition.
The Abgal (The Nommos):
Kadištu subgroup. Genetically affiliated with Gina'abul, but considered amphibians, with genes of a far-off amphibian race. Sages of the Gagsisá (Sirius) system. Like the Urmah, this is a rare Kadištu race that can evolve in KI (the 3rd dimension). They possess a delicious regard charged with compassion. A light energetic halo emerges from their body. A Gina'abul rebel race**.
The Nommo are ancestral spirits (sometimes referred to as deities) worshipped by the Dogon tribe of Mali. The word Nommos is derived from a Dogon word meaning “to make one drink.” The Nommos are usually described as amphibious, hermaphroditic, fish-like creatures. Folk art depictions of the Nommos show creatures with humanoid upper torsos, legs/feet, and a fish-like lower torso and tail. The Nommos are also referred to as “Masters of the Water”, “the Monitors”, and “the Teachers”. Nommo can be a proper name of an individual, or can refer to the group of spirits as a whole. For purposes of this article “Nommo” refers to a specific individual and “Nommos” is used to reference the group of beings.
Therefore, there is certainly indications from different sources that the Nommos, i.e. the aquatic Neteru Bird tribe, is an amphibian species. If we take the above quote seriously, taking into consideration how the Nommos are depicted, can they also be a reference to the mermaids, whom sailors have claimed to have seen on their voyages across the seven seas?
It was as the “Bird Tribe,” also called the “Neteru,” that the rebels became known in Sector 9, and I will explain later in this paper why they were known under this name. Speaking of birds, one of the symbols of the Orion Empire is the Eagle, and later on, the rebels stole the symbol of the Eagle and used it as their own symbol. We can now see the Bald Eagle as a symbol for the United States of America—being Lord En.ki’s sigil here on Earth. The American Indians, and many native tribes in other countries as well, dress themselves in feathers, which is an ancient worship of the Bird Tribe—the tribe of Lord En.ki. En.ki has dwelled in the Pleiades on and off over the eons, and that’s where many Native Americans claim that they originate from.
(Neteru meaning “The Gods of the Black Lands,” where Black Lands pertains to lands in the KHAA). The “Spirit World,” which is the KHAA, the VOID, or the 96% Universe, which we call “Dark Matter” and “Dark Energy.” We call it “dark” because we normally can’t see it with our limited perceptions.
Why are the Nommos called aquatic? Aren’t they a Bird tribe? In fact, they are both, and it’s not as strange as it may sound. Aqua means “water,” of course, but water in a cosmic sense can mean both sweet water, salt water, ocean, and “Cosmic Ocean,” i.e. “space,” or “void.” As an allegory, we could say that they are aquatic because of the punishment they got (more about that in the next subsection), where they are floating around in space, but they are also aquatic in their “physical” outlook (see fig 7. and fig 8. These pictures may not give justice to how they actually look, but they will give the readers an idea of what I mean). There is hardly any doubt that both Lucifer and many of those who followed him were amphibian creatures, as presented on this excellent website: http://www.crystalinks.com/amphibiousgods.html.
In mythology, this “dungeon,” where the “wicked” were placed, sounds similar to that of “Tartarus,”which the Greeks placed in our own solar system. Tartarus was considered being a part of the “Underworld,” located below Uranus, Gaia, and the Sea. Pontus, who was Gaia’s son—as usual, “born without coupling,” as the Greek poet Hesiod said–was partly in charge of Gaia’s Tartarus, located under the ocean. As the readers may recall, any male birthed by an Orion female comes from an unfertilized egg. Interestingly enough, Hesiod hints at this as well. The “Earthly Tartarus” was basically a prison in which the Olympians put the Titans, whom they had captured alive after the Titan War. Pontus sounds eerily similar to Prince Lucifer, Gaia’s/the Goddess’ son.
In the Sirius system, Tartarus can be translated to “The Hounds of Hell,” and according to Robert Temple in his “The Sirius Mystery,” the “Hounds of Hell” can also be seen as the term for the whole Sirius system. The dramatization of the “Sirius Incident” was later told in Norse mythology, where the Goddess Hel, orHela, was the “Goddess of Death,” with her hounds guarding the domain. The “hounds” in this sense represent the dragon, according to the myth, and the Great Dragon is the Mother Goddess Herself, the “Mother of Creation.” What it actually pertains to is the prison that was instigated by the Mother Goddess—the Dragon, who is watching over the electronic prison in the Sirius system.
We also (crudely) indicate the proportion of "Abgal" DNA -- from the evolutions of Sirius -- as this inheritance generally confers a high order of being.
"The Kirišti are sons of the Stars (Sirius)/(Blazing Sons of Life), Kadištu emissaries working for the Source. They never dissociate Gissu (shadow) from Zalag (light), and they work where these energies are disunited. Their work is not easy; it often happens that they are directly confronted by beings who separate Gissu from Zalag and who worship only the darkness."
Amos 5:26 “But ye have borne the tabernacle of your Moloch and Chiun your images, the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves.”
Idolatry in Egypt: The Israelitees learnt idolatry from the Egyptians who worshipped the planet Saturn under the name of Raiphan Or Septuagint or Remphan. This god was mentioned by Stephen who quoted Amos in Acts 7:43
“Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which ye made to worship them: and I will carry you away beyond Babylon”
Remphan is also known as the Dog-Star. The Dog-Star is known for its emersion or rising from the sun rays which is a regular commencement of the Nile river inundation. Various things show that the Israelites worshipped Remphan. The graves of lust or cemetery of Kibroth-Hattaavah contains some Israeli sculptures that closely resembles the hieroglyphics of the Dog-Star. The hieroglyphic language and the testimony of different religions show that the star was a symbol of a Higher Being. Ancient prophets recognized this, and Masonic instructors also do so.
The Urmah (Army of the Elohim):
Warriors / Life Designers. (UR-MAH, "great warrior", also "lion" in Gina'abul-Sumerian). Logo: the lion. Felidae or feline. Feline-humanoid appearance; actually resembles a lion. Always seen with claws; unknown if natural or artificial. They are from the Orion constellation. The official army or celestial militia of the Kadištu, who often referred to them concerning problems of rule. For that reason, the Urmah were found at several times in our solar system.
The Imdugud (Cherubim):
Mix of Kingú-Babbar (royal albinos) and Urmah. Depicted emblematically in Sumerian and Akkadian imagery as half eagle, half lion, respectively representing their genetic roots. White skin (like the Kingú-Babbar), sometimes described by Parks as fair-skinned. Appear "Nordic" but with a slight "animal" look in their eyes, an aspect that is connected with their genes. They resemble humans, often with blue eyes, and are very tall. Pupils are vertical. Emit barking or whistling sounds. Always seen with claws; unknown if natural or artificial. Solitary. Originated in Tiamate (our Solar System) well before 300,000 y.a., which is when the Anunna arrived. Originally created to watch over the terrestrial reserve and above all to serve to reconcile the Gina'abul and the Kadištu Life Designers. They had the reputation of being peaceable, not "looking for trouble" - unlike their Kingú-Babbar creators. They are always found in the background of the works of the Kadištu, with whom they have courteous relations.
The Sumerian designation Imdugud means "high storm", or "noble blood". The particle IM is often associated with "clay", but in the context of filiation, "blood" -- or even "humanity". (IM-DUGUD is not the only term that associates royalty with blood; the Sumerian word URIN -- eagle, blood, emblem -- is itself very explicit.)
The Imdugud correspond to the Anzu or Zu of the Akkadian tablets. Totally a part of the Gina'abul family, they are issues of two warrior peoples -- Kingú-Babbar and Urmah (see Genealogy). But they possess a certain form of wisdom via the Urmah, who are "Life Designers".
Their reason for being created as such is as follows: To obtain authorization to move into the solar system (well before the creation and the venue of the Anunna) the Kingú-Babbar had to accept mixing their genes with the Kadistu Urmah line, thus creating a new species.
They are a particularly solitary, white-skinned race. Like the Kingú, they detest having to associate with others. They will do it only in their own interest. They are difficult to approach, even by a Gina'abul or a Kadistu.
Due to their mixed genetic background, they were influenced or obliged by their Kingú genitors to function as neutral agents or messengers capable of adjudicating problems between the Kadištu and the Gina'abul of Tiamate. But they were "covered" by the Kingú-Babbar, and that made them enemies of the Anunnaki (terrestrial Anunna), who have used them ever since winning the war in our system.
The Nungal (Fallen Angels):
Great Lords. "Fallen Angels". Book of Enoch: watchers. Bené Elohim (Sons of the Elohim). Those who coupled with human females without authorization of Yahvé (An-Enlil). Akkadian: Igigi. Male. Created (in great haste) by Sa'am and Mamitu-Nammu (see Personages) from Imdugud genes on which Abzu-Abba had been experimenting. Considered as Life Designers although no knowledge of cloning. Followers of Osiris and Horus. A Gina'abul rebel race**.
After knowing where I was in the stars, I finally figured out what exactly my inheritance with God was. And that is with the Levites.
Who were the Serpent Priests, what were their origins, and what does this have to do with Christianity? Quite a lot, as it turns out.
Let us begin this journey with the serpent. Worship of the serpent is thousands of years old, and in some “schools” of thought, predates history. The serpent was considered a lord of the waters, a symbol of “rebirth” through the sloughing of its skin, a phallic symbol; and of course the alchemical symbol Ouroboros, the snake eating its own tail, symbolizing infinity. In some mystery schools, the serpent god was the first to be encountered in the “test” of neophytes.
The texts that formed the Old Testament of the Bible, a foundation of Judaism and Christianity, were written after the Levite priesthood of the Hebrews were “held” in Babylon after 586BC. The early Hebrews worshipped the serpent god of the Sumer Empire and the Levites were called “Sons of the Great Serpent”. This serpent diety was named Ningishzida in Babylon. Originally, Ningishzida was a tree god. Now where have we heard this tree and serpent motif before? Ningishzida is portrayed as either a serpent with the head of a man, or, more frequently, as a double-headed serpent coiled into a double helix. The Hebrew’s rendition of Ningishzida, YHVH, was depicted as part human, part serpent, and their sacred book of esoteric (hidden) knowledge, the Kabbala, means “Serpent Wisdom”. The Levites worshipped YHVH as a dragon called Leviathan, hence the genesis of the name, Levite.
YHVH’s serpent form was also known as Nehushtan or “Brazen Serpent” by the Levites and they placed golden and brass images of this deity on the altars of Hebrew temples. Excavations have discovered bronze and copper serpent symbols in former Levite temples.
This brings us to the name Kohen. This means “priest” in Hebrew; and yes comes from the Levite tribe of snake priests and, in fact, the “K” is an ancient symbol used to denote serpent. Who was the first Kohen? Aaron, brother to Moses.
So, what does all this mean? It means these priests, Aaron chief among them, were initiates in the Mystery School of Babylon. There is no concrete evidence that a man names Aaron actually existed. That is of no real consequence, as Jews, Christians and even Muslims believe that he did. The priest class existed and still exists, with archeological evidence solidifying the claim.
The name "Samael" [Hebrew: סמאל] is very ancient and carries a very deep and extensive history. It is possible to understand the meaning of this name and its use throughout mythology and scripture if we first understand a little about Kabbalah and the Hebrew language. Without this knowledge, we fall into the ignorance of those who condemn Samael as a demon or negative force, while ignoring that this is the name of an angel: the suffix -el [אל] is Hebrew for God, thus all angels of the Hebrew pantheon are called Michael, Uriel, Raphael, etc.
Written in Hebrew (which is written from right to left), Samael is:
The last two letters (אל aleph-lamed) mean "God" and are at the end of the name of every angel: Michael, Raphael, Uriel, Zachariel, Anael, etc., because they are all "of God." Samael [סמאל] is the name of an angel.
The first two letters of Samael are samech [ס] and mem [מ]. These two letters contain the whole significance of his name. We will explain them in detail later in this article. But first, written as a word, sam (samech-mem) is:
Thus when translated literally, Samael can mean "the bitter beverage of God" or "the poison of God." This unique (albeit disquieting) name reveals the unique nature of this important angel in the hierarchies of the divine. Yet the name can equally be translated as "the perfume of God," or "the medicine of God." This dual nature is deeply meaningful and when fully investigated reveals many mysteries in the Judeo-Christian scriptures. Yet, one should not lose sight of the fact that, whichever way the name should be applied in context, it always carries within it "El" - OF GOD. This is not a force to be condemned, for it belongs to God.
Samael plays a critical role in the scriptures, but without doubt, it is a controversial one.
The Holy One [God], blessed be He, said to him [Samael], "Since it is so, give Me advice on what I should do, so that the children of Jacob would accept it, as you say."
Samael said to him, "Master of the world, there is a need to bribe them. Take light from the light of the legions in heaven and impart it to them. By this, they will accept her [the Torah] and here is some of my light [Aur], which I will give first." He removed from himself the light that enveloped him and gave it to the Holy One, blessed be He, to present it to Yisrael. - ספר הזהר Zohar 19.8.144
The name Samael Aun Weor is Hebrewסמאל און ואור] ], and is pronounced sam-ayel on vay-ohr. Aun is Hebrew for "sexual strength." Weor or ve-Aur [ואור] means "and light." Thus, his full name reads "The bitter beverage of God, sexual strength, and light."
Face with fate, the lie with the debate.
Wanting to pray, instead one lays.
Women and drugs, with fame, and lust.
And all the Archangel Michael wants to do is bust.
The cop then bust the one who drives drunk.
Forever on the run, mise well listen to punk.
With the funk, you're right deep down…