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  • The Seven Tablets of Creation by Leonard King

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  • Adapa and the Food of Life

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  • Enuma Elish

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    The Babylonian and Assyrian Legends Concerning the Creation of the World and of Mankind. The Enuma Elish is one of the oldest stories known to mankind. It is a story first written down by the ancient Sumerians thousands of years ago. As a one time assistant in the Department of Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities at the British Museum, L.W. King provides us with a qualified translation of the tablets which were originally written in cuneiform script. The Enuma Elish is receiving renewed interest from modern researchers delving into the origins of mankind, the earth, and the solar system. Over the centuries a copy ended up in the library at Nineveh in the 7th century B.C., and was uncovered by archaeologists in the late 1800s. Written in cuneiform text and preserved on seven clay tablets, the entire story was called "The Seven Tablets of Creation." After being translated the story revealed how the planets became aligned, how a cosmic catastrophe affected the earth, how mankind came upon the scene, and how the "gods" played a role in all of it. The Seven Tablets of Creation have had many profound implications since they were first discovered and subsequently published. They predate many parts of the Book of Genesis as well as other worldwide creation myths. Volume One includes this epic poem's English translation. It also includes information on parallels in Hebrew literature, the date and origin of the Babylonian creation legends, and more. Volume Two includes other accounts of creation, an Assyrian "Tower of Babel" story, and supplementary texts showing the actual cuneiform tablets.


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  • Epic of Gilgamesh translated by Robert Temple

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  • Chart of the Elder Gods

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  • 132
  • Sumerian Grammatical Texts by Stephen Langdon

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  • Sumerian Grammar

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  • 134
  • The Origin of Sumerian Language

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  • Sumerian Mythology FAQ

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  • Sumerian Lexicon by John A. Halloran

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    The following lexicon contains 1,255 Sumerian logogram words and 2,511 Sumerian compound words. A logogram is a reading of a cuneiform sign which represents a word in the spoken language. Sumerian scribes invented the practice of writing in cuneiform on clay tablets sometime around 3400 B.C. in the Uruk/Warka region of southern Iraq. The language that they spoke, Sumerian, is known to us through a large body of texts and through bilingual cuneiform dictionaries of Sumerian and Akkadian, the language of their Semitic successors, to which Sumerian is not related. These bilingual dictionaries date from the Old Babylonian period (1800-1600 B.C.), by which time Sumerian had ceased to be spoken, except by the scribes. The earliest and most important words in Sumerian had their own cuneiform signs, whose origins were pictographic, making an initial repertoire of about a thousand signs or logograms. Beyond these words, two-thirds of this lexicon now consists of words that are transparent compounds of separate logogram words.


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  • Sumer, Babylon, and Hittites

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  • The Babylonian Story of the Deluge and the Epic of Gilgamish

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  • The Babylonian Story of the Deluge as Told by Assyrian Tablets

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  • The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria by Theophilus G. Pinches

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  • The History of Bel

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  • The Code of Hammurabi King of Babylon

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  • Lectures on the origin and growth of religion as illustrated by the religion of the ancient Babylonians

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  • Babylonian Magic and Sorcery: Being the Prayers of the Lifting of the Hand

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    First published in 1896, King presents the cuneiform text of a group of 60 clay tablets inscribed with prayers and religious compositions of a devotional and magical character. These tablets were created by the scribes of Ashurbanipal, King of Assyria, between 669-625 b.c., and are currently part of the Kuyunjik collection in the British Museum. King's illustrations feature a transliteration of each tablet with an English translation of well-preserved passages.

    King includes a Babylonian-English glossary, a list of proper names and numerals with their corresponding cuneiform inscriptions, and a list of words and word portions of uncertain translation.


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  • Maskim Hul - Babylonian Magick by Michael W Ford

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    The Mesopotamian Gods and Demons are presented and restored to the ancient knowledge and power for the modern Luciferian ideology as defined by Michael W. Ford. Maskim Hul is a complete grimoire of Tiamat-centered magick, sorcery and necromancy developed from authentic Mesopotamian clay tablets and ancient archeological Temple-Cult records . The grimoire outlines the cultures of ancient Mesopotamia and the theological foundations of their time. Babylonian cosmic structure and the Enuma Elish are explored and presented in a modern interpretation. Tiamat, Kingu and the 11 Chaos-Monsters created by Tiamat are explored, their functions, manifestations and how they survived and existed in the pantheon of Marduk, Ea and the other gods. The gods, demons and evil spirits of Mesopotamia are presented along with Cuneiform sigils and documentation of their use in sorcery. The extensive Invocations of the Gods, Hymns and the entire foundation of authentic Kassapu-practice of ancient Babylon is offered in a concise manner. The grimoire is founded and dedicated to the Seven Sebitti or Maskim, the "Seven Evil Gods" or rebels along with Lamashtu, Lilith are presented in a plethora of rituals and their names of calling. The Serpent Gods of fertility, Ishtar revealed as a form of Tiamat (from pantheon sources) and the rites of necromancy and the Black Flame (Melammu) is presented as a source of Tiamat-Darkness and upheld by Nergal. Maskim Hul defines modern magical practice and the theology of the spiritual-rebellion known as Luciferianism.


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