Mathilda’s Weird World Weblog

October 29, 2008

Suspicious Sumerian seals.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , — mathilda37 @ 3:29 pm

 

I have to say, the bird like figure does look like a space ship with aliens on it. More interesting is this seal with a solar system on it.

According to the stories it includes the destroyed planet that became the asteroid belt. I counted, there are 11 in total. Since I’m pretty sure only the moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter are visible with the naked eye, that leaves four unaccounted for..

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  1. mathilda wrote:
    “Since I’m pretty sure only the moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter are visible with the naked eye, that leaves four unaccounted for..”

    Fascinating seal. The king’s freind is clearly introducing an astrologer friend who has many weapons and symbols of knowledge, power and divination. Could ancients have worked out the ‘Copernican’ solar system?

    Chinese had concave metalized mirrors in second century(Nat. Geo.).
    Then there are the reports of a huge concave mirror on the lighthouse at Alexandria which cast fire light and magnified ships. Lapidary arts were advanced in prehistory. And earliest of all, some grindstones would have inadvertently polished to a concave reflective surface. Any of the above, pointed at Sol would have started a fire at it’s focal point. Could a curious ancient resist pointing it at Luna or stars? Is it possible that ancients had ‘Newtonian’ reflectors?

    In the solar system on the seal, the two smallest dots on the upper right are out of the circle slightly. Could they be moons of Jupiter & Saturn? Likewise the small dot at bottom is out of circle a bit, could it be Earth’s Luna? That would leave eight planets but i read too much into a seal that was never intended to represent accurate detail.

    Hf

    Comment by Homefire — May 25, 2009 @ 4:38 am

  2. i dont have a website but just curious intellect of what i am reading can you please provide me with further knowledge of the sumerian race and history i am very curious as to how the became and died out.

    Comment by jonthan — November 7, 2009 @ 7:09 pm

  3. Most art of the ancient times were made to depict very accurate things, the solar system included. They would not have included 11 planets just because they felt like it, there was a reason, like they knew they were there perhaps… But how? How could they know that?

    Comment by Leah — November 9, 2009 @ 6:03 am

  4. The 2 men facing eachother seem to be studying one lone planet standing by itself (between the two facing eachother men) with their telescope(?)contraption.

    Comment by Alexandria Johnson — November 27, 2009 @ 9:21 pm

    • I also thought this when I first saw it. There is definitely a spot between the two men who face each other and they could very well be studying this planet/object and not the others that are much closer to the star.

      Comment by Lee Barrow — May 20, 2010 @ 2:43 pm

  5. Dear Mathilda, just in a hurry. The first seal you show doesn’t seem to be ‘Sumerian’, but Persian, which makes a lot of difference, in time too. The figure you describe as ‘birdlike figure that looks like a spaceship with aliens on it’ looks to me like the figure of the Persian God Ahura-Mazda. So no UFO at all.
    The second seal is Sumerian, at least judging the fairly archaic cuneiform script that the seal shows. But it does not show the Sun and 11 planets. It shows The Sun in the Pleiades: ‘the wandering stars’, whose appearance in the nightsky announced the right time to sow.
    This was common knowledge with the early farmers, not only in Mesopotamia, but in Bronze Age Europe as well.
    Some ten years ago, a bronze disk with a gold Sun and Moon set into The Pleiades was found in Nebra in former East Germany. It was connected to the Aunjetitzer Culture there and dated to ca 3600 BP – the last stage of Early Bronze age in that region. It was found that it was used as an astronomical calender. The Nebra Disk was shown in a beautiful show in 2005 in Halle, in Kopenhagen and in Mannheim as ‘Der Geschmiedete Himmel- die Weite Welt im Herze Europas vor 3600 Jahre – so for you non-German speakers (although I am Dutch)something like: The Forged Sky – The Wide World 3600 years ago in the Heart of Europe. As far as I know the book of the exhibition was only in German and possibly Danish, but it gives very clear and enlighting information about farming and the role of The Pleiades.
    So the second seal shows a seated vegetation God, with a branch in his hand, maybe begged by a king and a priest to bestow a good harvest. Possibly the contraption between them is a plough.

    Comment by Frans van Burkom — February 11, 2010 @ 4:39 pm

    • I’ll take your word for it Frans. I posted this after my brother forced a Von Daniken book into my hands.

      Comment by mathilda37 — June 3, 2010 @ 6:30 pm

  6. Something came, and gave something to human kind, and i think that its still on this planet…

    Comment by MJGriffin — March 6, 2010 @ 9:57 pm

  7. why … the ancient need goods ??? because explain the unexplain…🙂 study more …this is just a visibil part of iceberg

    Comment by octogon — May 22, 2010 @ 8:02 am

  8. notice on the lower picture there is a giant. it? has the same height as the ones that are standing. anunnaki?

    Comment by marek — May 25, 2010 @ 12:51 pm

  9. If the ancients did have a way of viewing the solar system in detail like this then why would they set it in clay. there are so many things that it could be. It may be a simple plea to a god for a good harvest, or a warning.
    To my untrained eyes it seems like they are looking at a planet far out of our solar system for some reason.
    Planet X was visable back then maybe?

    Comment by Dan — November 10, 2010 @ 9:14 pm

  10. ho yeah that thing on the floor: thats not an orgone accumilator thats a pinata…Ahura-Mazda loved pinatas…

    Comment by ag — June 30, 2011 @ 10:19 pm


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