Written late, with a new Hebrew theme, June 2006.
Reading previous chapters is required to make this one understood best.
Nahor was inter-married with his fellow Semites, the Arameans. Aram, son of Shem, gave birth to an "Uts" as well, and he too was the elder son. It was this Uts' brother, Hul, whom Josephus pegged as the founder of Armenia. Hul could have been the god, El, and if true, his "brother" Dagon becomes a Semite, possibly a Hebrew, peoples.
The third son of Aram was "Gether" (Genesis 10:23), I kid you not, a term that smacks of Plato's "Gadeirus"...not to mention Aether, the alternative name of Uranus. Assuming that Gether and Gadeirus are to be equated, I have the problem of explaining Gadeirus' identification as Kemuel, Nahor's son. I would suggest that Plato gave "Eumelus" as the alternative for Gadeirus because Kemuelites and Getherites had intermarried. If Plato knew it, then it must have been an important mix. Serving to support the Kemuel-Gether mix, Genesis 22:21 reveals that Kemuel named his son, Aram (same as Gether's father).
This mix can be tied closely to the Mushussu dragon (the sun-god line that I have been tracing to the modern day) because Aram's son coming after Gether was "Mash." This now tones down the Hebrew elements of the dragon line by making it more Aramean than Hebrew, at least at the start.
It's incredibly interesting that Nahor's sons listed immediately after Kemuel are "Kesed" and "Chazo" (those are the Biblical spellings) , for these smack of "Kassite" and "Khazar." The problem is that "Gether" may also modify to "Khazar," and in fact in previous chapters I equated Plato's Gadeirus with the historical Cathars and/or Khazars. It's moreover difficult to deduce whether the Cutha Kabalists stemmed from Kesed or Chazo (if either). But these matters belong to merely a fine-tuning of the theory; the basis remains the same, that the dragon line is connected to Nahor.
[Update June 26 2006 -- With the widely-accepted knowledge that the Chaldeans were not Babylonians, but the Hebrew/Semitic peoples of proto-Babylon, read Joel C. Slayton :
"Although [Chesed] occurs only once in the Bible, this name has been associated with the people known in the Bible as the Chaldeans. Chesed is orthographically and phonologically related to the Kasdim (Heb kas d m)...The Old Babylonian term kasdu, which became kaldű in Assyrian documents, is the equivalent of this term, which the LXX translates chaldion. A connection could be drawn between the clan of Chesed and these Mesopotamian "Chaldeans," but to do so based on the similarity of terms only is unadvisable" (ABD, "Chesed," 1992).
To the above I would add Richard S. Hess (website above): "To Nahor, Abram's other brother, was born Kemuel, father of Aram, and Chesed...The Hebrew consonants of Chesed and kas d m are identical." (ABD, "Chaldea," 1992).
The Biblical word for what Bible translators have as "Chaldee" is Kasdiy (Strong's #3778), and we must yet allow that the root is "Kas" and not "Kesed" since the Kasdim were cited in records as "kas d m." At a non-English website, I found the terms put this way: "kassiták ... A kasszu ( kassita )," where "A Kasszu" easily forms "Agatzir" (i.e. the Khazars) of the Greek language. It would appear more certain, therefore, that Chaldeans stem from Kassites (i.e. known of old as "Kassi/Kashi/Kashu").
The author of the website above lacks faith and has the Genesis account written after the eleventh century BC merely because "Chaldean" does not appear in records until that time. He says nothing of the Kassites and so I shall, that "Kasdim" is in great likelihood derived from those peoples, who, though living in the Zagros mountains, are known to have stormed into Mesopotamia victoriously, at which time they may have found military allies in the Hebrews already there, that leading to marital ties.
The above website connects the Abrahamic Hebrews to the Adam-and-Eve cult (tree, garden and all) proliferated by the Enki peoples of Eridu, and the only question is to what extent the Habira/Khabira portion of the Kassites found involvement in that cult. Did they join what was at first a non-Hebrew cult, or were they the founders of the cult? Or was it other Semites (e.g. Arameans, Elamites, Ludites) who founded it? The Kabala proper, "given" to the world in Christian centuries, uses a Tree of Life as its centerpiece (but of course that which is disclosed to the public is not the heart of the cult).
Thanks to an email friend with some Rosicrucian background, (I've mentioned this person before, whose last name begins with "Bot," whom I felt had contacted me by God's will to be of key direction in my new task of tracing Buz), I was tipped off concerning the following names pertaining to the Kabala Tree of Life.
In creating ten forces, Kabalists made "Kether" the first, smacking of "Gether," son of Aram (I had already published this chapter before learning this, so it came well-received). Kether is defined (by Kabalists) as a supreme crown i.e. god himself (but in no way YHWH no matter how they would make that claim in efforts to lure Jews). Realizing now that the Kabalists, tricky-dickies that they were, were referred to their ancestors in those ten forces (which they call "sephirot"), Gether appears to be in view as supreme, suggesting that the cult began with, and/or was officiated by, Getherites. The "K" variation evokes the Khazars.
The second force is "Chokmah" (Kokmah seems acceptable), and may refer to the Gether-Gogi alliance (that I've been insinuating), with the Gogi playing second-fiddle to Getherites. The fourth force is "Chesed," which they define as mercy...but we know better. I would tie it to Kesed, son of Nahor, although there is another possibility. The fifth one is "Geburah," which may refer to Rothschild ancestors, for the real surname of the Rothschilds, "Bauer," "is derived from the High German word, "giburo..."
Geburah may be a version of "Eber," the Hebrew patriarch. On the other hand, seeing that Freemasons put emphasis on Solomon, I would point out two "Geber" names (i Kings 4:13, 19), each being an official commissioned by Solomon to provide/cater to his royal family. It's interesting that yet another official was named "Hesed/Chesed" (v 10), not quite the same spelling as "Kesed" (son of Nahor) but reflecting Kabala's Chesed very much. Plus, there were two officials named "Baana," which reflects the Kabal's third force, "Binah." I would stress the Baana of verse 12, a ruler of Megiddo. It's interesting that immediately before Baana comes Abinadab, a ruler in Dor and moreover married to Solomon's daughter. What have we here, a Megiddo and Dor relationship with Solomon? Know if you don't already that Solomon had an alliance with Hiram, king of Tyre, and that Hiram is esteemed by Freemasons to this day.
The Geber of verse 19 is the son of Caleb (meaning "dog") of the Judah bloodline, a bloodline seen in more detail in 2 Chronicles 2:18-20. The Geber of verse 12 is likewise from Judah, but married to the Manasseh bloodline (2 Chronicles 2:21-23). The Merovingians, who claim to be from Judah, may have connected themselves, rightly or wrongly, as might other Kabalists/Rothschilds, to one of these Gebers. But this connection seems like a long shot; I'm seeking other possibilities to define the Geburah of the Kabala's tree. I think "Eber" makes good sense, as one would almost expect him to be a part of a Hebrew cult.
Now yesterday (June 26, 2006), a few weeks after hypothesizing that the Kassites and the Cutha together had moved to Gath and various Israelite shores (e.g. Ashdod and Gaza), and even less time after tracing them to the Cats/Khassi of Cilicia, I caught wind of the Avvites. These I will now define as those Kassites and/or the Cutha for the following reasons. One, the Bible (Deut. 2:23) states that Avvites lived in "Chatseriym" (Biblical spelling, Strong's #2699), or "Hazerim" in KJV; NIV uses "villages" because the word is rooted in "chatser," meaning "village. Aside from evoking "Kothar," the term reminds me instantly of the Hebrew surname, "Catz," that is associated with the "Cohen" name.
Technically wrong, the KJV uses "Avims" (instead of Avvites) in the above text; the Hebrew word is #5757 -- Avviy -- the very same word translated "Avite/Avvite" elsewhere in the KJV. Avimm (#5761) is a city mentioned in Joshua 18:23 beside "Bethel" so as to be in its vicinity. Apparently, Avvites lived beteen Avimm and Gaza. And that gets me to the second point: Chatserim was near Gaza (or, as the NIV saw it, Avvite "villages" spread past Gath and as far as Gaza). Note that the Biblical spelling of Gaza is " 'Azzah. " Deuteronomy 2:23 says that the Avvites of Gaza were driven out by Caphtorites (proto-Philistines of Crete, say the historians), wherefore it could have been at that time that the Avvites, mixed with Phoenicians, migrated to Cilicia as the holy grail. As the holy grail concept was part and parcel with Merovingian Franks, and as those Franks were related to Ubii Franks, might the Ubii have been the Avviy? If so, then might all Franks have been a fundamental extension of the Avviy and Cutha?
The Avvites were also east of the Jordan, for a capital city of Edom was "Avith," a term rooted (according to Strong's) in the same word that "Avviy" is rooted: Ava (Strong's #5753, said to mean "crooked/perverted"). But might not this term stem instead from Eve-of-the cult i.e. the Great Mother? After all, "Edom" sure sounds like "Adam." In fact, both Edom and Adam mean "red/rosy," according to Strong's dictionary (#123 and 119). Esau had defeated the Horite peoples of Edom in war, and by the will of God had taken Edom as his own inheritance. For those who don't know, Esau was the non-Israelite Hebrew brother of Jacob (re-named "Israel" by God), the progenitor of the Israelites. I do not think that Esau's bloodlines included Avvites, but even so one may assume Esau-Avvite mixes. Was Esau blood, therefore, part of holy-grail blood?
Point three. In Joshua 13:3, we learn that two more cities are to be added to the three -- Gath, Gaza, and Ashdod -- that were not invaded by Joshua so as to leave their non-Israelite inhabitants intact. Those two are Ascelon and Ekron (from Gogar?). But the point is, all five are revealed (in Joshua 13:3) as Avvites!!! I couldn't have much better evidence toward my theory that these cities were all founded by Cutha Hebrews who had mixed with Aryans to produce Kassites, especially as Ashkenaz Aryans/Scythians were in Iran as were the Kassites. It may be for this Hebrew reason that Joshua left the five cities alone.
Point four. In 2 Kings 17:24, we find that Shalmaneser, the Assyrian king, when finally defeating the ten Israelite tribes and carrying them away to Gozan and other (non-Israelite) Hebrew regions of Mesopotamia, brought up Mesopotamian peoples to Israel/Samaria (whom he had also defeated in war)...to replace the ten tribes that were being displaced. This was long after the Avvites of Gaza had been ejected by Philistines, by which time the Avviy were in "Khassi" of Cilicia as the "Cati" (those spellings by Shalmaneser). Behold, in the Biblical list of those Mesopotamian peoples (that were settled in Samaria) there were the cities of "Cuthah" and "Avva"!! I almost fell off my chair. I had been correct, that the Gath/Gaza region was settled by Euphrates-based Hebrews/Arameans before there was an Israel (i.e. before 1500 BC). Herein is what European-Israeli and British-Israeli devotees don't realize, that the Hebrew blood of royal Europe is not of the lost 10 tribes, but of the Cutha and Avvites et al.
In 2 Kings 17:30, we learn that the Cutha worshiped Nergal, while in verse 31 we see that the Avvites worshiped Nibhaz and Tartak. The latter would seem to connect with the mythical Dardanus of the Trojans and/or the Tartans/Tators (Dedan?). We find mentioned immediately after the Avvites that the "Sepharvites" (Sheba?) sacrificed (i.e. burnt to death) their children in fires.
A Wikipedia article on Nergal says that his wife was Laz. A Wikipedia article on Laz peoples located them in Colchis/Georgia, and moreover claims that they settled Colchis immediately after the mythical king Aeetes. Because Nergal was symbolized as a lion, the Lydian lion now comes to mind, by which I mean to suggest that the Laz peoples were proto-Lydians and therefore the mythical Ladon dragon. As the Latins stem from the same Lydian/Ladon entities, and as myth traces Latins (and Etruscans) to Circe, sister of Aeetes and symbol of Circasia/Caucasia, I am compelled to view the Latins rooted in the Laz peoples.
As Aeetes had been the co-founder of Corinth under that name, I feel it necessary at this point to at least notify the reader that he may have been a depiction of Horites, who not only lived in Edom, but in Nuzi (on the steps of the Zagros mountains). I say this only because the first son of Seir (a Horite) was "Lotan" (who named his son "Hori," after the Horites I presume). Per chance, in other words, the Ladon dragon was from Seir.
Wikipedia says that "Nergal's fiery aspect appears in names or epithets such as...Gibil (though this name more properly belongs to Nusku..." (brackets not mine). Wikipedia again, in quoting from a 1911 Britannica article, says that "A center of [Nusku's] cult in Assyria was in Harran" (generally viewed as Nahor's home) and that the god was son of Sin and brother to Ea (Enki) of Eridu (i.e. the dragon cult).
As Nuski and Nergal were fire gods, and as Nergal was the god-specific of the city of Cutha, Hephaistos (Vulcan to Romans) comes to mind, he being the founder of the Kabeiri (proto-Kabala) cult. In fact, even as Hephaistos is viewed as a god of the underworld (no doubt due to the mining of ores in conjunction with smelting them in furnaces), ditto for Nergal. In fact, I would trace the Greek Underworld to Nergal and his wife by the designation, Ereshgikal, goddess of the Underworld. And speaking of underworlds, it is highly interesting, in tracing to the root of Rosicrucian spy systems, that: "According to Collin de Plancy and Johann Weyer, Nergal was said to be the chief of Hell's 'secret police', and said to be 'an honorary spy in the service of Belzebuth'." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nergal
[Update June 29 -- It's amazing that, a day or two after finishing this chapter, I was updating an as-yet unpublished chapter on Merovingians that included their long-hair peculiarity; it was just hours after opening and reading an email from Greenway7, where I found her comment: "Satyr comes from Hebrew sa'yîr (check Strong's re. 'hairy ones.'" She was correct, "sa'yir" (Strong's #8163) refers to Esau's hairy body, and is defined in Strong's dictionary as "shaggy...a he-goat." Satyrs were half goat! Strong's even lists "satyr" as a possible definition. In fact, the KJV uses "satyr" twice in translating sa'yir, in referring to he-goats (Isaiah 13:21; 34:14).
I figured that somewhere in this dragon story, the non-Israelite Hebrews from Esau might figure in. But I wanted some solid evidence before I'd start including Esau's bloodlines in Celt or Germanic migrations. That day (June 26) I looked into Esau, who lived at Seir (south-east of Dead sea), and when I saw that at one website it was spelled "Se'ir" and defined as "hairy," my chin just dropped in amazement. In fact, "sa'yir" is #8163, while Seir is "se'yir" # 8165 (Strong's says the latter means "rough"). I thought about this and was troubled, for I had already identified the Satyrs as the Getae Thracians to the point that, if I was wrong, I'd need to make serious changes to the entire book. Fortunately, it turned out that Seir was not of the Esau bloodline, but rather that Seir, the patriarch, was a Horite (Genesis 36:20), and that Esau had warred against the Horites and taken over their land, including Seir.
Now what? Should I tie the Getae to the Horites? One never knows. I went searching and found this, astounding:
"Nuzi, site near Kirkuk, N Iraq. Thousands of clay tablets unearthed there bear inscriptions said to have been made by the Horims (or Horites) of the Bible."
This places the Horites in the Zagros-mountain frontier (in which mountains the Guti lived); I'll keep my eye open for Guti-Horite connections, especially as Seir's first son was Lotan, a term that may connect to Ladon the dragon, but then also the Etruscans and Veneti...from whom came the Franks. It would astound me to find that the Merovingians (and possibly long-haired Englishmen/Rosicrucians such as Isaac Newton) stemmed from the (long-haired?) Seir. "Sir" (from "sire"), a good-ole English term if ever I heard one, is the official title given to knights, and English knighthood is absolutely connected to Templars.
[Update July 1 2006 -- I just learned that there was a seven-headed dragon in Ugarit myth called "Lotan," I kid you not, that has been called "Sir Sea" and "Sir Stream." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lotan End Update]
"Seirios" was the Greek word for "scorching," and my dictionary reports that this word was the basis of the bright star, Sirius, but also known as the Dog Star of the Canis Major constellation. It would be interesting to find that the wolf line leading to the Stewarts passed through Seir, and astonishing if Esau blood was involved. I'm suggesting that the Horites of the Nuzi/Zagros region were a wolf-line peoples who, while having a north-ward Caucasian branch also had a branch in Edom.
It may be for an Armageddon-scenario reason that God said, "Jacob I loved, but Esau I hated" (Malachi 1:2), for God in prophecy is said to set Edom to flames for all generations after Armageddon...as a constant reminder, apparently, of its wickedness. A major Edomite city mentioned in the Bible is Bozrah i.e. perhaps founded by Buz, and it's tis city that Isaiah 34:6 uses in referring to the ongoing fires. In verse seven the slaughtered Bozrites are depicted as oxen and bulls (i.e. the Taurus cult?).
Esau's first son (Eliphaz) had married Timna (Genesis 36:12), the (literal) sister of Lotan (36:22), thus substantiating Esau-Horite affiliations. Timna and Eliphaz gave birth to Amalek, who produced the infamous Amalekites. Prior to the development of the Israelite nation and the birth of Esau, the king of Elam with the king of Shinar (a region in Mesopotamia) conquered the Horites of Seir and the Amalekites (Genesis 14:5-7). Who were those from Shinar? The Cutha? Were the Elamites mixed with Apiru/Abira elements? Were these Avvites? Or had the Cutha and Avvites already come to Edom in the form of the Horites themselves?
In Deuteronomy 1:44, God depicts the Amorites as a swarm of bees who successfully repelled Israelites at Seir. But the bees may also have depicted Seir/Horites in whose land the Israelites were situated when the war started. I'm thinking that the Avvites who founded Avith, the capital of Edom, were the bee peoples that spread throughout the Seir region. Avith is said (in Genesis 36:35) to have been the city of Hadad, son of Bedad, and as Edom had other kings named Hadad, one would connect with the god, Hadad, who was known in Armenia as Teshub (Sheba?)...the god also of the Cati of Cilicia.
The god of the Avvites is revealed in 2 Kings 17:31 to be Nibhaz. Christiananswers.net reports that this god's name means "barker" and "dog," and is an evil demon belonging to the Zabians (Sheba?). Apparently, this information is from a Wikipedia article not yet released, or released but withdrawn. Thanks to Kathleen "the Cat" I learned that this god may have been the same as Anubis, the dog god of Egypt, and a very major deity at that, coming prior to Osiris. It makes me for the first time develop a Semite-Hamite picture in my mind, a people mix formed from the Cutha's presence on the Gaza shores of Israel, where Canaanites were plentiful. This would explain why Kothar-wa-Khasis was also an Egyptian entity, even though it smacks of the Kassites/Cutha. Suspecting that Anubis had been "canubis," I looked into the etymology of "cannabis" (hemp) and found this:
"The plant name cannabis is probably of Semitic origin, possibly Hebrew. Hebrew qeneh bosem > qannabbos...
However, the earlier Sumerian language used the word "kanubi", which means 'cane of two (sexes?)'. This is possibly the source for the Semitic usage..."
Cane of two? Sounds like desperation in trying to arrive to a translation. Look at the ending of "qannabbos"? Could that be the "Avviy"? Could the first syllable be from "Cana/Canaan"? Could the dog god, Anubis, be a wolf-line (i.e. Gorgon) and Canaanite mix? In assuming that the peoples became called CanAbbis, where, after a few generations/centuries their god became Anubis, might we not conclude that they used hemp as part of their religious observances (or even in daily life)? No wonder they became possessed of demons and used the ugliest symbols to depict themselves. But behold what the Wikipedia article goes on to reveal, that the Semites who used the "weed" may have been related to Scythians (Aryans):
"The Scythian term cannabis probably derives from a Semitic origin as well. Sara Benetowa of the Institute of Anthropological Sciences in Warsaw is quoted in the Book of Grass as saying:
The astonishing resemblance between the Semitic kanbos and the Scythian cannabis lead me to suppose that the Scythian word was of Semitic origin. These etymological discussions run parallel to arguments drawn from history. The Iranian Scythians were probably related to the Medes, who were neighbors of the Semites and could easily have assimilated the word for hemp."
Blunt translation: Hebrews and Scythians were mixed as the dragon line, and they in Canaan about Gaza mixed it up with Egyptians so as to pass onto them their dragon blood/cult.
Kathlene had also shared with me a hunch, that the Dehava peoples in the Ezra-4:9 list of transplants to Samaria were related to the Avvites (the Avvites and the Cutha were named in another list (2 Kings 17:24) of transplants). I didn't know what to think at first, and churning the idea around that "Dah" could mean "dog," because I remembered a list of (Thraco-Phrygian) dog terms with similar spellings, I went to that list (in my Hermes chapter); here's the list minus the last one: daoi, daos, daules, daon, dhaunos, Daunus, Daous, daoi, Daliae, and daai. The last one, most important because it was the Aryan version, was put like this (brackets not mine, italics mine):
"Still according to Strabo, certain nomadic Scythians to the east of the Caspian Sea were also called daoi. The Latin authors called them Daliae, and some Greek historians daai. In all probability their ethnic name was derived from Iranian (Saka) dahae, 'wolf.'"
There we are, the plausible origin of the Dehava in an Iranian Saka peoples east of the Caspian sea. I've noted that others do not recognize the term as meaning "wolf," even though the Dahae lived in Verkana/Hercania (they also lived in the Aryan Afghanistan, as did their Gorgon ancestors). It is important to note that "Dehavite" is an erroneous translation since the Biblical word is "Dehava," not "Dehaviy." If it were the latter, then "Dehavite" would apply, but as it is, I would render the people: Dehava-ites. This could allow the term to be understood as Deh-Ava/Deh-Avites rather than Deha-vites, the latter no longer allowing an Avvite interpretation but merely meaning "wolf peoples." On the other hand, Deh-Ava can be understood as Dog-Ava/Dog-Avites. I'm not going to push it, however. There's got to be a better way to identify the Avvites.
There is also the opinion of several online Encycopedia that the Dehava were the Dai/Dahi Persians mentioned by Herodotus, which seems to be exactly the wolf peoples mentioned above. But now read this as sent to me by Kathleen, quoting from Clarke's Commentary:
"It is uncertain who these Avites were. The most probable opinion seems to be that which Grotius has suggested by observing that there are a people in Bactriana, mentioned by Ptolemy, under the name of Avidia..."
Bactria was definitely east of the Caspian. "Avidia" feels right, for in the Bible the Avvites are said to have had a city in Edom called, "Avith." The Indo-Aryan term, Avatar, comes to mind, as does the abyss (Greek "abussos") of Revelation 9 that is a symbol of "Abaddon," the power of the Orient that comes to fight the three frogs of the Dragon Beast in the Armageddon showdown. Can we read "Abaddon" as, Of the Budii?
The Buddhists who formed the Avatar concept must have known the New Testament, because they say a last Avatar must come in the sky with a sword and riding on a white horse to destroy all evil in the world, and he/they even say that he comes to destroy "Koka and Vikoka," just as Jesus is depicted as returning in the sky on a white horse (not a literal horse) with a sword protruding from is mouth to kill...Gog of Magog (i.e. the anti-Christ), in my opinion. It may be that the originator of the Avatar concept recognized that Revelation's Abaddon (of the 5th Trumpet plague) depicted the Avidians and thus gave Abaddon the name, Avatar. He then recognized that Abaddon was the same as the "kings of the east" in the 6th Trumpet and 6th Bowl, (I've made exactly that connection), wherefore he understood that it would be the Avatars from the east who would lead the fight against the three frogs (Revelation 16) at Armageddon, the three frogs clearly depicting the anti-Christ's main power base.
Knowing from other scriptures that the Messiah would return from the east to fight in Armageddon himself, the Buddhist wrongly equated Jesus with the Avatar/Abaddon army. Because that last Avatar is called "Kalki" (Website below), it would seem that the Avidians/Avvites were the Colchians. I expect that they have since moved to the Orient.
The Avvites are said to have worshiped Tartak as well. While this god is also elusive, "R. Judah...states that Tartak was worshiped in the form of an ass. All attempts to identify this god have thus far proved unsuccessful. No similar divinity is found among the Babylonians or Assyrians; and an Egyptian parallel exists only in so far as the ass was sacred to the god Typhon and was sacrificed to him."
That's good enough, in my opinion, to identify Tartak as the Tartans (Persian: "Tators") and the wolf line. For the mythical Typhon was the husband of the snake-woman, Echidna (Akkadia, I think), and together they gave birth to many "dogs," including Geryon's Orthos (the Ordovices, I think) of western Atlantis. She with Typhon were consigned to Tartarus, in northern Russia (see my chapter, "I Taut I Saw a Buzi Cat"), which can only mean that they became/depicted the Tartars. I would therefore claim that the Avvites also became the Dardanus side of the Trojans en route to becoming the Franks, or at least the Abii Franks, and the dog-deifying Stewarts.
http://www.christiananswers.net/dictionary/nibhaz.html -- End Update]
My email correspondent, Greenway7, had suggested that Hephaistos' "Kabeiri" was related to "copper/Cyprus," and so note the following piece: "...the old Sumerian craft-word ta/ibira, 'copper worker'..." (website below). There we have it, copper is based on the old Sumerian term, "Ibira," which I think must be the Habira/Khabira tribe/sector of Kassites. The article later says that "copper-smith" in Sumerian, "tabira," may have been borrowed from the proto-Hurrian "tabiri," terms which Josephus tied to the Iberi of Tubal (in Georgia/Armenia), smack next to Colchis and possibly a district of Laz. I should then add that the author's "proto-Hurrians" were Subartu, which may have named the Siberians. Thus the Siberians and the Tatars were the east-moving Avvites and Separvites that may very well supply the end-time Abaddon. These northern Russians were an Apollo peoples, thereby explaining why Abaddon's alternative name is Given as "Apolluon" in that same Revelation-9 text. Apollo, with his twin sister, was chief of the wolf peoples.
It's time to stop and think about Nahor again, because he may have put forth the Neuri, who were implied by Herodotus to have been wolf-worshipers. And so looking at "Nibhaz" and "Anubis," different versions of the same wolf god, can we see a "Buz" in both terms? The Hebrew words for hemp were (as seen in Wikipedia quotes above) "qeneh bosem" and "kanbos." As I trace Buz, son of Nahor, to the Busae Medes, might those hemp terms, which I'm assuming were people-group terms to begin with, apply to Buz? Could the Avvites have been a branch of Buzi/Busae Medes that mixed with Canaanites in the Gaza strip? After all, the Biblical term, "Avith," and the historical, "Avidia," could be understood as, Of the Buzi/Budii. Perhaps this is desperation on my part. I have an eraser if needed.
The Laz are thought by some to belong to Cartvelians, and these lived in conjunction with Tubal, but were more-likely peoples of Azerbaijan. Might "Azer" be rooted in Hazerim, the Avvite city near Gaza, or in the same entity which founded Hazerim? Might "baijan" be "bij" = bee.
Nergal (husband of Laz) can be connected to the Tigress-Zagros region in the following piece found on the lapis lazuli cylinder seal of Zardamu: ''Zardamu, Sun-God of his land; beloved of Nergal, his god...Tammuz; strong king, king of Karahar and king of the Four Parts, spouse of Is'tar." Karahar was a city/region on the upper Diya_la in the face of the Zagros range. Might Zardamu be understood as Dar-Dumuzi? In any case, we see Nergal connected to Dumuzi, which then connects the Cutha to the same Dumuzi-Ishtar dragon pantheon, but now I want to suggest the historical roots of that pantheon in Aryan Afghanistan. For as "Azar" evokes azure (i.e. the color blue), a term that is said to derives from "lapis lazuli," so this gem was mined in Aryan Afghanistan. The point is, "lazuli" must be related to "Laz."
What does that mean? I could begin to think that the Laz peoples were gem miners in Afghanistan, explaining why there is a Mari (modern Mary) there but also on the Euphrates just downstream from Kabala Strip. But if "azure" derives from the Azer Aryans, then one sees a Cutha-Azer mix which would then define the Kassites, explaining also why the same mix became the Khazars.
As "kok/gok" has come to mean 'blue," one then has reason for connecting the Gogarene-Gogi, of the Tubal/Azerbaijan/Armenia region, to the Laz peoples, especially as there were lakes and rivers (e.g. Kokcha/Gokchu river) named after Kok/Gog in Afghanistan (note that "chu" means "dog" since I peg these peoples to be the wolf-line Gorgons who founded Verkana. In Azerbaijan there were/are the highlands of Cukali and Kukes.
It seems a no-brainer to deduce that the Verkana Gorgons at the south-east shore of the Caspian moved around the tip of the sea and were meanwhile joined to the Cutha at that point so as to form the Cadusii peoples on the south-west side. From there they moved further north along that same sea, where Azerbaijan is located to this day, previously called Albany ("white land"). At that point they became the Gogi who named the Gogarene province. And so I would now add that Nergal's wife, Ereshkigal, evokes those Gogi people, perhaps even the Hros/Rosh branch of Gogi.
Now I bring back the Dahae/Dehava dog-peoples to the fore, who, although they were recorded from the 6th century BC onwards, lived in the same region. But as they named Dahestan/Daghestan, which was essentially the same region as Azerbaijan/Albany, wouldn't they have previously been the Avars = Avviy = Avatars? Click this map repeatedly on the Caspian sea, and you shall see.
In a poem wherein Nergal marries Ereshkigal, a "Kakka" is Anu's messenger. In that story, Nergal is made to paint the throne of Anu, among other colors, "with blue glaze as a substitute for lapis lazuli."
It's conceivable that these Aryans took on the bee nickname because of their mining operations (i.e. the mines being the hives). Might "hive" originate in "Hebe," or more specifically, "Iberi"? Couldn't the French bee, "abeille," be a version of "ibiri? Couldn't the Ubii Franks be a bee people?
Behold, weeks after developing the Cutha-Kassite theory, I find this statement: "Some have conjectured that the 'Cutheans' were identical with the 'Cossaeans'" (webite below). The Cossaeans are said by others to be the Kassites by another name, and so there you have it, I'm not crazy after all.
There are several cities named "Hazar" in Israel, but one called "Hazor" that caught my eye when I learned that it was the leader of many nations that came out to fight Joshua's Israelites when they were first taking the Holy Land (Joshua 11:10). I then checked the spelling, and found that it was "Chatser" (#2674), being rooted in the same as "Chatserim" (the Avvite city). -- End Update]
What if Utu (the sun god of Eridu), and therefore Atlantis, were named, not after Nahor's son, Uts, but after Aram's son by the same name? After all, Aram's son was born first by a span of about a century. But, then, as Nahor gave his elder son the same name, it shows probable blood ties to the Uts Arameans. Gosh, could it be that the two coiled serpents of the Mushussu dragon were Uts and Uts Incorporated? Not likely, but it's worth a thought.
Another problem is that the Cutha may have derived from Gether? If so, then the Kabalists were Arameans, not Hebrews. Moreover, the Hebrew elements that I proposed for Greece (i.e. Xuthus) and Atlantis likewise become Aramean. And if Gether was Aether/Uranus, then indeed the Greeks appear quite Aramean. The only Hebrew element that would then remain in the Greeks, and by no means a small element, would be the Kabeiri of Hephaistos...which would trace to the Habira tribe of Kassites. These should prove to include Nahorites from Kesed and/or Chazo.
However, if we're willing to view the Greek Boiotians as an extension of Buz, son of Nahor, then the twin of Boiotus, Aeolus, should likewise be a Nahorite/Hebrew bloodline. In that case, since Aeolus was the "brother" of Xuthus, the Cutha Kabalists would appear as Nahorites/Hebrews after all. This is to say that the Cutha may not have been from Gether, and that both the Greeks and Atlanteans had Hebrew elements, not Aramean. Then again, as Nahorites were mixed with Arameans, we should expect the sons of Aram to be a significant part of the dragon lines.
Because Khazar rulers came to style themselves "Aaron" and other lofty terms found in Israelite Holy Writ, I would identify them as Hebrews over-taking the Togarmite portion of the Khazars. But if it seems unlikely that a relatively small group of Hebrews could overtake a large mass of Togarmites, then the solution could be that Khazars consisted also of a large mass of Hebrew-like peoples, the Arameans.
A Chazo-Gether mix easily founds the ancient name, "Kazaro," and moreover evokes the Kothar-wa-Khasis introduced earlier (that pertained to the shores of Israel). A Chazo-Gether mix would then explain the Gadeirus-Eumelus equation set forth by Plato, albeit it would be more accurately a Kemuel-Gether mix (Kemuel was Chazo's brother). Uther, (Arthur's "father") may prove to be code for Gether rather than the Cutha.
For those entering this book at this chapter, my theory up to this point is that Kemuel named Camelot, and that the mythical Uther Pendragon was a depiction of the Cutha dragon line migrated to Britain. But let me now introduce some new things regarding Arthur's mother (Ygerna), who was made (by the myth writer(s)) the wife of a Cornwall ruler, "Gorlois." As the myth has Uther being transformed to look just like Gorlois, the simple meaning is that Uther and Gorlois were one and the same stock of peoples, two branches of the same tribe that is, and this squares with Scandinavian myth where Nor (I think Nahorites) and Gor are two, and yet the same, rulers of Gotland. Full-blown mythology grew out of Scandinavia likely because Nahorite occultists came to rule and propagate there; I'm suggesting that Nahorite rulers carried their encoded myths wherever they went.
Put it this way, that Geoffrey (the myth writer) decided to depict Arthur as the son of Ygerna (Gogarene peoples?) and a Gorlois-like peoples. If I'm correct about the Gorlois-Gor equation, then Arthur was the same as Nor(way), which then pegs code word "Arthur" more specifically as Nahor's son, Kemuel, the latter being not only the founder of Camelot, but more specifically the Gamil/Camel families of Colchester and York (mentioned previously).
It is known that Arthur and the Merovingians were associated if not related. "Gorlois," being easily deciphered as a French entity, would appear to depict the Carol(ingian) Franks, the very same that co-ruled Merovingian France but later, in the throws of betraying Merovingian rulers, immediately set up the Frank dynasty that also ruled the Vatican-based "Holy" Roman empire. The Geoffrey myth suggests that, prior to the rise of the Merovingians proper, the proto-Merovingians in Britain (i.e. Uther) were victorious over the Gorlois/Carolingians...and went on the mix with a peoples depicted as "Ygerna." To trace Uther and Arthur to earlier times, it may be pertinent that the Cornwall region was a Danann stronghold.
Cohanim Cats In the Buz-Um of Nahor
The Khazar-Cohen link to the "Cati" of Cilicia
may be the origin of all Holy Grail lore,
in the land of Phoenix's chalice.
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