The Myth Around Supriem David Rockefeller Page 158
interpretations sound right, it’s a very hazardous thing to do. It should be up to each andeveryone to interpret these plates, not be biased by someone else’s opinions, no matter how correct they are. I had hoped to be able to present an unedited original version that we coulddiscuss afterward, but this is not the case. I am glad the Thule member did a good job though— it could have been a disaster. Anyway, here follows the ILAT-LITUM tablets, translated in full into English. If you know German, I would suggest you read the German version in the Appendix or at least comparethe two. Otherwise, you need to stay with the English translation. After you’ve finishedreading all four parts, I am going to discuss and clarify a few things that may be confusingand complicated to grasp for the reader:
ANU’s ship landed on alien shores, far away from the home of the Gods, far away from Aldebaran. He entered foreign banks, and heard noises, saw beings, Reptilians in all colours of the rainbow, strange creatures with smart eyes and strong claw hands.Versed in the fight they looked full of cunning and virtue towards the Sun, where ANU’s ship shone in the Sky.The planet was already occupied, there was no place for the Gods, and theydiscussed for nine moons until the council of the Gods accepted ANU’s plan. SEPT, the leader of the fire signs, landed on the planet, carrying terrible weapons, fire sticks that could burst rocks and melt metals. It rained ashes and embers, again for nine moons, neither the Sun nor theshimmering of the Stars could be seen. The blaze was so big that only SEPT could beon the Planet, full of joy the other Gods looked down from ANU’s ship. At the end of this time the Reptoids disappeared, only SEPT knew the way into their hiding places, the caves.Great was the success of the Gods, but great was their fear for revenge from the Reptoids, and TU’s wisdom ordered the sealing of the entrance to the underworld.so the gods could sleep peacefully.