The Stargate Of Babylon

Mary Magdalene's connection to the Danites is invaluable. When we dig into their history we find astonishing stargate imagery in the story of their encounter with a stargate at Babylon.

The dateline is c. 600 BC. The subject is King Nebuchadnezzar, the King of Babylon,1 who had recently conquered Jerusalem,2 flattened its walls, stripped its Temple of all its treasure3 (presumably including the Language of the Birds and the Ark of the Covenant), set the city ablaze, and returned home to Babylon with the treasure of the Temple4 and a group of royal prisoners of war.5

Included among the captives were three wise men from the Temple, a young man and 'master magician' named Daniel, and another prominent prophet, Ezekiel, who had visions of 'the kingdom of Heaven on Earth'6 while imprisoned in Babylon.

King Nebuchadnezzar is probably best known as the builder of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. These gardens were built upon the seven stages of the fantastic ziggurat of Marduk, the well known Tower of Babel, which Nebuchadnezzar restored.

Babel originates from the word Bab-li, which in the Babylonian language meant 'Gate of God'. This is our first tip-off that Nebuchadnezzar attempted to construct a means --

perhaps even a stargate -- to transcend earth life and travel the cosmos.

Nebuchadnezzar was driven to build the Hanging Gardens by his belief that he was to emulate Sargon, c. 2,300 B.C., the great king of Akkad (now northern Iraq) -- a name from which is derived the term Akka, the name of the Creator goddess Akka and the first Semetic language. Akka comes from the primitive linguistic root ak, meaning great or mighty. The ak is persistently present in words which relate to our Languedoc, or Language of Ak.

As noted, in Egypt, akh was the Pharaonic word for all aspects of light, particularly the 'transcendental' light of the transfiguration.

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