Mystery of Origin of Armenian People

Mystery of Origin of Armenian People“Do you know who Armenian people are? They are people who among the whole mankind have the most mysterious history, “- Leon Blois.

The Sumerian “myth” about the creation of Man attracts special attention: “Perhaps the most interesting result of the comparative analysis of the Sumerian poem and the Bible is the consequent explanation of the mysterious story of the creation of Eve, the” mother of all living “, from the rib of Adam. Why from the rib? In Sumerian, the rib is denoted by the word “Ti”.

The goddess, created to heal the pain in Enki’s rib, bore the name of Nin-ti, that is, the “mistress of the ribs”. But the Sumerian word “ti” also means “giving life.” Thus, in the Sumerian literature, the “mistress of the ribs”, thanks to a kind of play of words, turned into a “lady giving life.” This was one of the first literary mistakes … ”

But is there any reason to consider the interpretation of “giving life” to be erroneous if Ninmakh (also Ninhursag) is repeatedly seen in other reprehensible genetic experiments: “Ninmakh took a little clay and molded six freaks, and Enki completed her work. He determined their fate then. It is difficult to understand what the first four freaks represented. The fifth was a barren woman, and the sixth was a creature devoid of sex.

An, Enlil, Enki and Ninhursag created the black-headed people, lush vegetation covering the earth, animals, four-footed inhabitants of the plains were skillfully created.” Undoubtedly, through the thickness of millennia, many actions of the Anunaki are not easily identifiable, but in an age of mass distribution of technologies individual methods painfully resemble our daily tasks.

“As for the method of creation that these gods used, here the Sumerian philosophers put forward a doctrine that was subsequently adopted throughout the Middle East, the doctrine of the creative power of the divine word. According to their teaching, the God-creator was enough to conceive something, and then utter a word and say the NAME.”

Despite the fact that part of the “divine deeds” of antiquity does not look much more advanced than modern technologies, one Sumerian concept still represents a puzzle even for supporters of paleocontact (it’s interpretation doesn’t occur anywhere except for literature).

If the “heavenly paradise” among the Sumerians is easily identified with the space base hanging behind the Earth’s orbit (or even Nibiru itself, for according to the Sumerian notions, “the house of God” was a heavenly firmament, ie, a material one, not an abstract, living space) …

When we talked about the Sumerian goddess Innin and the god Utu, we marked the correspondence of these names to the Armenian suffixes in “ին” and “ութ”.

Here we add to these already known suffixes one more Armenian suffix – “ոց” (occ – in the words hayocc (հայոց- Armenian), bnocc (ոցնոց-nest)) ,which, without a doubt, has the meaning of the Serpent.

We immediately note that in the modern Armenian spelling, inheriting in this case the tradition of grabara, the word snake is written as “օձ” (aw յ), while its pronounciation is “օց” (awcc).
In this rule of spelling, undoubtedly, there is a trace of an ideological invasion, and this is not an unsubstantiated assertion.

When Armenians say the phrase “Հայոց աշխարհ” (hayocc ašxarh, Armenian land, country), the word հայոց (hayocc) is pronounced in the same way as Հայ օց [օձ] (Hay occ – Haya Serpent), which is so well known from Sumerian-Akkadian sources.

Thus, it turns out that pronouncing the phrase “Հայոց աշխարհ” (hayocc ašxarh-Country Armenian) is the same as saying the words “Country of the Serpent Haya”. Let’s give another proof of the divine origin of the Armenian ethnos. Only this ethnos proves by itself, that Armenians are direct descendants of the Ancient civilizations from the planet Nibiru ….

“Anun” is Armenian for “name”. “Your name” is “anunt“, where “t” stands for “Ter” (Lord). “Azganun” means “surname” (literally “family name). “Hayranun” (“patronymic”) literally stands for “father’s name”.

The word “ananun” (“without a name”) was used to denote strangers, people who do not belong to the ethnos. “Anunak” was the name of a “circle of the Sun”, which could be interpreted as “Armenians, people of the Sun”.

Finally, endings of the surnames of Armenians AN, YAN, ANC, YANTS, UNI, ANI. No ethnos has such direct proof of its divine origin as Armenians.

Source: Alexander Bakulin

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