Nobody puts an end to the “H” signs from Gobekli Tepe

From The Secret of Gobekli Tepe: Cosmic Equinox and Sacred Marriage – Part II

The center pillars at Göbeklitepe depict the “H” and sun-moon signs
The center pillars at Göbeklitepe depict the “H” and sun-moon signs

<< Sun and moon iconography can be found on the impressive standing pillars of Göbeklitepe, the Neolithic temples that are among the most important archaeological sites of our time. Guest author Özgür Etli examines what messages the ancient builders might have been trying to impart to the people who used the temples, and what they might have also been trying to communicate to all of humanity.

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It can be speculated that the H” sign located above the sun-moon motif symbolizes male and female togetherness, or a god-goddess marriage in spring. Archaeologist Klaus Schmidt believes this motif symbolizes male and female. The standing position of the pillar also symbolizes “birth” or “rebirth”, as mentioned previously.

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Inanna and Dumuzi


Further the author make approaches to Inanna and Dumuzi/Tamuz sacred marriage and further to fertility cult of Cybele. << In archaeological research, numerous double-headed figurines have been found belonging to various periods in Anatolia. These figurines are called twin-goddesses. According to scholar and scientist Cevat Şakir, ( Halikarnas Balıkçısı ), these figures symbolize the goddess and her husband [5]. Seemingly, earth mothers have been venerated since the first eras of civilization. Fertility of soil had vital importance for the steadiness of life. For that matter, death, birth and rebirth concepts should have been be the most important at the initial periods of our human civilization. Therefore, we can consider that Sumerian sacred marriage ceremonies were also performed in Göbeklitepe temples, the starting point for our human civilization. According to Klaus Schmidt’s opinion, Göbeklitepe culture could have affected the Sumerian and Egyptian civilizations. In that case, by turning the clock back, we should see established cultural Sumerian elements in Göbeklitepe neolithic culture as well. Can we speculate that the sun-moon symbol, or the sacred meeting of sun and moon, depicted on center pillar of Temple D represents equinox time and the beginning of spring? With various findings and proof we can. >>

In another post I advanced that sign H is composed of twoo Tau’s (one to left left+ one on right); So as sign T=”Me”, H= Me-Me.

Now you see how Ur-Bau =Ur-MeMe (Bau, ancient Goddess older than Cybele, (in fact from wich come) Other major deities Gula, also known as Nintinugga, Ninkarrak, Meme, Bau, and Ninisina, is the Mesopotamian goddess of healing and the divine patroness of doctors and medicine-workers. …..Deities in ancient Mesopotamia were almost exclusively anthropomorphic. They were thought to possess extraordinary powers and were often envisioned as being of tremendous physical size. The deities typically wore melam, an ambiguous substance which “covered them in terrifying splendor” and which could also be worn by heroes, kings, giants, and even demons. The effect that seeing a deity’s melam has on a human is described as ni, a word for the “physical creeping of the flesh“. Both the Sumerian and Akkadian languages contain many words to express the sensation of ni,[4] including the word puluhtu, meaning “fear”

!! “melam” was in fact “Me” !!

Sumerian Language — In an anime (fate series), a chatacter … › post › in-an-anime-fat… Melam (also spelled melem or melim) is a noun meaning “splendor, …

Sumerian Dictionary – › Rechnici › Sumerian_… … EMEURANNA = House of the ME’s of ANU’s Hero … Nimbus = MELAM.


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