In the beginning, the Earth was with one language, one people and one culture. Much of the research on Sumerians have not addressed the problems of their origin, language and culture. The ‘Wise Men From the East’ is the result of more than sevenMoreIn the beginning, the Earth was with one language, one people and one culture. Much of the research on Sumerians have not addressed the problems of their origin, language and culture. The ‘Wise Men From the East’ is the result of more than seven years of painstaking and extensive research looking at the archaeological evidences, cultural relics, language fingerprints including other religious practices hidden within their myths and legends, to resolve the mystery of the black-headed people who established civilisation in Middle East some 5000 years ago.
The names of their towns, personalities, deities, professions, plants and animals, implements including the practices of economics, astronomy, agriculture, etc, are also exploited for the same purpose. The book explores the original stories of paradise, creation and the flood from the beginning helping the reader appreciate how they were recast in the Bible. We learn about the origins of agriculture and the novel ‘Choice Resource Theory’ explaining the development of agriculture.
The reader is taken back to the original paradise, where the river-dwelling Enki was worshipped and the disaster its slaying brought in the first world is also revealed. This is the very first book that correctly deciphers and matches the Sumerian Arrow and Kur pictographs with their corresponding words thereby resolving the biblical mysteries of creation from the rib, the Babylonian Hanging Gardens and the Ararat Mountain Flooding. Whether Adam and Eve ate a real fruit in the garden or another fruit is based on an ancient Sumerian pun, which is finally revealed and the mysteries surrounding the Annunaki, Nibiru, Igigi and their significance in Sumerian myths are explored in details.
We learn how to prepare for the igigi, who are bound to return again. Key features of Sumerian civilisation including their counting and marriage in base sixty as revealed in platonic narratives are discussed and a key mathematical problem regarding their system of counting is also resolved. When kingship was lowered from the heavens, it was the same people who received its sceptre that established the ‘idumu’, which became the basis of our democratic norms.
Every chapter of the book demonstrates how key terms are essential to fingerprinting Sumerians and justifying the specialists’ view that they were neither Indo-European nor Semitic people. The history from the beginning ends with the migration of the people of the East to other parts of the world.
Many scholars, individuals, researchers, students, specialists, universities, etc will find this controversial debut informative and compelling as it addresses several issues that had not been fully understood before now, thereby filling a wide knowledge gap.