CT 621

reading observations:1] as always, every glyph remained in the original singular or plural
2] our additions for readability in [brackets]3] glyphs or terms in (dark green);
4] doubtful words, contexts or lines slanted ;
5] all smooth-running lines in normal yellow font;
6] notes about text: end of page;
7] divisions within stanzas marked with -;
8] apparent continuing stanzas suffixed by a +.

9] when quoting directly from Budge,quoted text is in orange color .
cosmology
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theme : the stolen fire of adamite throne, south
status : completed
summary : the stolen fire of adamite throne, south
notes : below,
first draft : from draft, many words remained the same ; streamlined
locations : please open new tab as diagram page to see if the area is listed
text note : PT is written in followable segments as stanza-like lines; but where CT is written in staccato-style, PT is even more rudimental, using many abbreviations of concepts
foreign concepts : pending
translation: pending

VI 235

o] Geb (eartgod south). devises (ka). the flame to shoot-out [of the hand of the cube] (ut'+brazier).;
n] Geb. to devise. to bear up (fa). m] to connect to. the word., to become (áu). l] the thing of the watercourse [eden's]. [for] me., [by] existence (matrix). to make. k] the house of the horizon [!] (áakhet). [as] all [for]. the divine all., [by] the shining backbone [one of both cauceaus of pillar] (pest'). [for] thou. hidden background of saturn (h'a).;
j] [by] the land. [of] speech. [is?] the fiery tongue (nes)., i] [by] the divine "One". [as] all [of]. the house of the adamite throne [!]. [fór] the anunna-face (vesica north). the Ka-double bull. existence (eden's). [by] divine great speech. to smite [the Dew of eden] (át').;

A] notes :

...oftentimes, a sequence of spells is about the same themes;
here we have the same ÁT', hand/dew/áten, as in 622;
the "fire out of the hand" is the "eternal flame of HeH",
the "hand" being the executive aspect of hebrew-H;

the line "matrix máking the double-house of the horizon" can hardly be read differently,
but the divine "One" either reads 'the fiery tongue óf the divine One"; or as presented above --
perhaps in a next spell that context will become more clear;  


[nes goes into nesteg, 'thrones of thém', which was Negau, the sun-egg]

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Posted: February 2, 2017 at 5:27 am by loNe
Last Modified: February 2, 2017