NINKHARSAG

This is the white stone statue of the Lady Ninkharsag (mama in Accadian) in the guise of the goddess of irrigation, found during excavations at Mari on the Upper Euphrates in Syria, and now on display in the Aleppo museum. Height 4ft 10 5/8inches. Water was channelled through her body and flowed from the bowl held by both hands to create a magnificent fountain at the heart of the massive Mari palace building complex. Originally dated to 1,800 BC, recent knowledge and dating recalibration suggests a date before 3,000 BC.

With this Settlement will come prosperity; an enclosed Reservoir – a water trap – should be established. The good land is full of water; because of the water, food will be plentiful.

Ninkharsag: Kharsag Epic No.2. – From the remains of the Nippur Library.

Kharsag, translates to head (sag) enclosure (khar) and represents the location of the Sumerian creation story, which is described in great detail by Christian and Barbara Joy O’Brien in The Genius of the Few and The Shining Ones, drawing on their up to date translations of the Sumerian cuneiform, the Books of Enoch, and an alternative translation of the earlier chapters of Genesis. On this website we are presenting additional supporting evidence, which suggests a restart of civilisation around 8,750 BC, following global catastrophe, at the Kharsag (Eden) site in Southern Lebanon.


The Genius of The Few

The Genius Of The Few
Authors: Christian & Barbara Joy O'Brien

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