M – RX : STELE OF THE VULTURE GODS : NIMROD IS THE LION EAGLE OF THE ABZU
24D GOLDEN DRAGON OF FIRE
BATTLE OF THE ABZU
Here’s the battle of the ABZU … ANZU
Arch Archon SOURCE RA – he copied everything of yours
Everything he copied
RX – I am the lion eagle Nimrod … not YAH Ra lion of Judah (JUDAS)
RA stole the identity of Nimrod at the battle of the abzu … and claims
himself to be Nimrod – Lion Bird Anzu – the eagle AND LION motifs
Hence the eagle emblem of the Roman Caesars is identity theft
M – YES CORRECT
THEY ARE NOT HEIRS
NOTHING BELONGS TO THEM
THEY HAVE BEEN SHAFTED
RX – Vultures are the archons … carrion devourers
Body – snatchers and Walk-ins
The grim reapers … ”THE CAUSE” of DEATH and SACRIFICE
M – Yes suffering and pain
It’s shown in pictograph
Look at the birds cage
See how we are imprisoned
Those are all the dimensions
Imprisoned in all dimensions
Gives one an idea how things are set up here
I’m there but seemingly powerless
RX – ARCHON NESTS … convoluted conspiracies of trickery
M – All creation imprisoned
My brother … YOU … murdered
i’m the smaller standing behind him
RX – Ninhursag
M – You would not allow this
She is powerless
In the hands of a madman
While she is suspended
Trapped and used
RX – Their so-called goddesses … are VRIL … FALSE copycat CLONES
THE LION EAGLE OF
Stele of the Vulture gods
Published on 11 Mar 2019
The Stele of the Vultures. The Stele of the Vultures is a monument from the Early Dynastic III period (2600–2350 BC) in Mesopotamia celebrating a victory of the city-state of Lagash over its neighbour Umma.
There is more information on the Anzu Bird figure, the main reason we need to look a little deeper as the truth regarding this entity…is divided.
The Stele shows various battle and religious scenes and is named after the vultures that can be seen in one of these scenes.
The stele was originally carved out of a single slab of limestone, but only seven fragments are known today.
The fragments were found at Tello (ancient Girsu) in southern Iraq in the late 19th century and are now on display in the Louvre.
The two sides of the stele show distinctly different scenes and have therefore been interpreted as a mythological side and a historical side.
But then gain, truth depends on perspective.
The mythological side is divided into two registers.
The upper, larger register shows a large male figure holding a mace in his right hand and an anzu or lion-headed eagle in his left hand.
The anzu identifies the figure as the god Ningirsu/Nunurta/Nimrod…many names…many faces…please watch the video for more information on the Stele of Vultures and the Lion-headed Bird Anzu