Sumerian culture.The society based on “Me”

From Metavirus is a genus of viruses in the family Metaviridae.[1] They are retrotransposons that invade a eukaryotic host genome and may only replicate once the virus has infected the host.[2] These genetic elements exist to infect and replicate in their host genome and are derived from ancestral elements unrelated from their host. From The Sumerians developed a set of rules and regulations called me that encompassed every aspect of life, belief, technology, behaviour and human conditions. They were early code, memes codified for human perusal and to pass themselves on. It was an attempt to neurolinguistically program a whole population. From From › neal-stephenson-sno…Sumerian Culture — The Society Based on Me – MEME

Note: sumerian proto-cuneiform sign “me” has the same shape as Gobekli Tepe’s T-pillars


Let’s admit that me’s had the characteristics of viruses. But I do not agree with the statements: – “That’s all those people were: ears with bodies attached. Passive receivers of information.” They were far from passive receivers. They were an industrious population and very intellectually gifted and inventive. Nor with this: “But Enki was different. Enki was a guy who happened to be particularly good at his job. He had an unusual ability to write a new me – he was a hacker. He was, in fact, the first modern man, a fully conscious human being, just like us. At one point, Enki realized that the Sumer was stuck in a routine. People were always doing the same old mees, not new ones. they didn’t think for themselves.” No!: Enki was a deity, or if Stephenson really wanted a smart leader who shared people’s mees. These would have had a divine origin but we know that this is a myth, the Sumerians (a hardworking and gifted people) created the me’s and continuously had the ability to create new ones. And I say strongly : they think for themselves ! “I suspect he was alone, being one of the few – perhaps the only – conscious human being in the world. He realized that in order for the human race to advance, it had to be freed from the grip of this viral civilization.” So he created Enki’s Nam-Shub, an antivirus that spread on the same routes as me and the metavirus, and went into the deep structures of the brain and reprogrammed them.” “perhaps the only conscious human being in the world!” Shame on you ! It was no grip of a viral civilization. Nam-shub: “shining”, was not created by Enki and was: Wikipedia Asaruludu 《In Sumerian and Akkadian mythology, Asaruludu is one of the Anunnaki. His name is also written Asarludu, Asarluhi and Namshub. The etymology and meaning of his name are unclear. Asaruludu served as an exorcist in Sumerian religious rituals. As Namshub (shining), he is considered a protective deity, “the shining god who lights our way.” …. Asaruludu, as the patron deity of Kuara, may have been incorporated into the pantheon of Eridu (Enki’s city) and thus acquired the role of god of incantations. Asalluhi sometimes plays an intermediate role, introducing the patient to Enki / Ea. Subsequent texts describe Asaruludu as the son of Enki / Ea, who shares Enki / Ea’s qualities of intelligence, advice and “broad reason”, as well as expertise in incantations.>> Enki was a god not an inhabitant of Sumer and the depositor of me’s, he also distributed them to the people and did not create anything (like “metavirus”) against me’s; that would have been the culmination! As such, there was nothing to reprogram the deep structures of the brain! “From now on, no one could understand the Sumerian language, or any other language based on a deep structure.” Get up, the Sumerian language is not based on a deep structure, on the contrary language structure is extremely simple and logical. See John Halloran Proto-Sumerian language invention process. <<Diakonoff wrote in 1983, “I shall define as ‘archaic’ any language which, on the lexical level, has no or only poorly developed means of expressing abstract ideas, and on the grammatical level, is based on the opposition ‘action vs. state’.” “In an archaic language there are no adequate means, either lexical or grammatical, to express such abstract ideas as ‘time’, ‘space’, ‘subject’, ‘object’, ’cause’, ‘beauty’, ‘liberty’, ‘invention’, ‘multiplication’, ‘division’ and many others, some of which appear to us elemental, as, e.g., the distinction between ‘darkness’, ‘calamity’, ‘illness’, and ‘pain’, etc., or between ‘good’, ‘enjoyable’, ‘kind’, ‘happy’, ‘useful’, ‘lucky’, etc. However, human thought is impossible without inductive thinking, i.e., thought which proceeds from particular facts to a generalization.”Diakonoff continues, “Sumerian is an archaic language in which abstract ideas were in the making: this is why both Sumerian language and Sumerian mythology are so interesting. It has no means to express a subject-object relation, and very inadequate means to express the idea of time etc. >> “Cut off from our deep common structures, we began to develop new languages ​​that had nothing in common with each other. The me no longer worked and it was not possible to write new me’s. ” Eugenrau: ?????? The new languages ​​and languages ​​have more in common than Mr. Neal Stephenson that he has no knowledge of. There is clearly a connection and parentage. “So you could say that Enki’s Nam-Shub was the beginning of human consciousness – when we had to think for ourselves. It was also the beginning of rational religion, the first time people started thinking about abstract issues. like God and Good and Evil, hence the name Babel, literally meaning “Gate of God.” It was the gate that allowed God to reach the human race.Babel is a gate in our minds, a gate that was opened by Enki’s nam-shub that freed us from the metavirus and gave us the ability to think – moved us from a materialistic world to a dualistic world – a binary world. a physical as well as a spiritual component.” “No !: The beginning of human consciousness when Mr. Stephenson was willing to date and certify it !? “Rational religion” ?? first time people started thinking about abstract issues <<There are some clues in the tool discoveries of the Palaeolithic archaeological record that abstract thought is developing.>> Abstract symbols at Gobekli Tepe 9,600B.C.

First of all, I have the impression that the author mixes superficial knowledge from the fields of anthropology, psychology, archeology, linguistics and computer science, resulting in a hallucination that took shape in the author’s mind. It is a pity that we are witnessing the rape and perversion of a historical and cultural reality, we who still live in a partially alienated world. Certainly the first greatest civilization of mankind does not deserve such an easy and superficial approach and no such treatment.

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