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BY NTR NB AKHU ZP TPY
PREVIEW LINGUISTIC ANALYST OF NEBERU AS AN ASTRONOMICA L CROSSING
The Truth of Nibiru and the Anu People
[ preview ]Linguistic analyst of Neberu as an Astronomical Crossing by Ntr nb Akhu Zp Tpy
* NIBIRU AS A CROSSING
IN THE CUNEIFORM TABLET MUL.APIN TABLET 1.2 LINE 38 ,IT STATES : 38. Jupiter (SAG.ME.GAR) changes its position continuously, crossing the heavens
NOW LETS SEE WHAT THE WORD CROSSING MEANS IN THE ASSYRIAN DICTIONARY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO source: http://oi.uchicago.edu/pdf/cad_n2.pdf
* ASSYRIAN DICTIONARY definition :
NEBERTU/THE OTHER SIDE /CROSSING / NEBERU/NIBIRU/FERRY/FORD/CROSSING/
* According to the Pennsylvannia Sumerian Dictionary : nēberu / akkaddian addir [FORD] wr. addir; dir; addirx(|PA.GISAL.SI.A|); addirx(|PA.GISAL.SI.A.PAD|) "quay, port; crossing, ford" Akk. kāru; nēberu ma'addir [FERRYBOAT] wr. ma2-addir; ma2-addirx(|PAD.DUG.GIŠ.SI|) "ferryboat; boat for hire" Akk. nēberu; elep igri
* NOW IN ARAMAIC HEBREW THE WORD FOR CROSSING IS ABARAH 5679
abarah: ford Original Word: ֲבע ֲ הָ ר
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine Transliteration: abarah Phonetic Spelling: (ab-aw-raw') Short Definition: ford
/ABARAH/FORD /ABAR/ 5674A/ /TO PASS OVER/THROUGH/OR PASS BY /CROSS/CROSSOVER /IBRI /5680 /HEBREWS FROM BEYOND THE JORDAN/NAME OF A PEOPLE /EBER/ 5677 /REGION BEYOND
IGBO YORUBA agberebu YORUBA
/N’EBE AFU/there /AGBELEBU/cross /ORIDA/crossing the/ l/ can be an /r/
OLD.AKK. CUNEIFORM /ADDIR/ford, crossing AKK.CUNEIFORM AKK.CUNEIFORM HEBREW HEBREW HEBREW HEBREW / NEBERTU/the other side crossing /NEBERU/ferry ,ford ,crossing /ABARAH/ford /ABAR /to pass over/cross over /IBRI/from beyond the jordan /EBER/region beyond
* IN THIS CONTEXT ,WHEN THE SUMERIANS OBSERVED AND COLLECTED DATA IN THERE STAR CATALOGUE THEY CALLED ANY PLANET WHEN IT CROSSED OR MOVED ITS POSITION NIBIRU/CROSSING ,LIKE MERCURY AND JUPITER WHEN IT ORBITS THE SUMERIANS CALLED THAT TOO NIBIRU IN THE ENUMA ELISH TABLET 5 ,THE DEFINITIONS OF NEBERU / NIBIRU IS FOUR FOLD - Nibiru was regarded as a planet (specifically, Jupiter, but once as Mercury), a god (specifically, Marduk), and a star (distinguished from Jupiter)
enuma elish NOTE THE SUMERIANS CHARTED JUPITER AND MERCURY ACCURATELY ,JUPITER ACTUALLY DOES CROSSES OR BYPASSES MERCURY IN ASTRONOMY EXACTLY HOW THE SUMERIAN TABLETS DEPICTED
THE SUMERIANS ONSERVED NOTHING MORE THAN AN ASTRONOMICAL CROSSING THE DIGITAL UNIVERSE EXPLAINS THIS ASTRONOMICAL CROSSING OF JUPITER/SAG.ME.GAR/
Jupiter and moon to share astronomical crossing By Tim Shaw on January 18, 2013.
NASA representatives told Utah residents to look to the east Monday (Jan 21) night and watch the moon cross the night sky. As the moon rises high in the south it will cover up the planet Jupiter. The two bodies should be close together on Monday evening and will move together throughout the night. Patrick Wiggins, NASA solar system ambassador to Utah, said Jupiter will be easily visible without a telescope even from areas with city lights. He advised those viewing from a rural area with a telescope to also watch for the cluster of stars known as the Seven Sisters, or Subaru in Japanese. The cluster will cross the sky just ahead of the moon and Jupiter.
The Planet Jupiter is seen in conjunction just above the waxing gibbous Moon on Monday night, January 21, 2013, from Tyler, Texas. (AP Photo)
Events such as these are known as occultations and lunar occultations happen frequently. According to the U.S. Naval Observatory’s 2013 Astronomical Almanac, the same event will happen when the moon covers Jupiter on February 18, less than one month later. BYU associate professor Eric Hintz said this type of event is popular for amateur viewing because a small telescope can make it spectacular, but lunar occultations do not generate much interest in the academic community. “The better way to have it happen for research is for the planet to cross in front of a star, and th en we can study the atmosphere of the planet,” Hintz said. “When that happens, in a lot of major observatories, at least historically, they would take over all the telescopes on the mountain because there’s research there.” Before space programs were able to reach planets like Uranus and Neptune, the astronomy community would count on occultations to “use what nature gave us,” Hintz said, and gather data such as atmospheric density using the light from a star behind the planet. Optimal viewing of the moon at this time of year would be in the southern hemisphere, according to U.S. Naval Observatory. Not only is the moon closer there but temperatures make star-gazing much more pleasant. National Weather Service predicts a clear night on Monday with lows around 22 degrees for Provo. - See more at: http://universe.byu.edu/2013/01/18/jupiter-and-moon-to-share-astronomicalcrossing/#sthash.nEVQz8wt.dpuf
THE SUMERIANS WAS WITNESSING AN ASTRONOMICAL CROSSING OF JUPITER AND MERCURY ,AN ASTRONOMICAL CROSSING WITH MERCURY IS RARE THUS I SEE WHY MERCURY IS CALLED AN NEBERU RARELY IN SUMERIAN TABLETS also THIS ASTRONOMICAL CROSSING IN ASTRONOMY IS PROPERLY CALLED AND/TRANSIT / THIS IS THE
ETYMOLOGICAL DICTIONARY OF ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS :
Fr.: transit 1) An event where one astronomical object appears to move across the face of another. As seen from Earth, the planets Venus and Mercury are seen to transit the Sun. We can also observe natural satellites transit the face of their host planet. Similarly exoplanets have been observed to transit their host stars. See also → planetary transit, → transit method. 2) The passage of a heavenly body across the meridian of a given location. M.E., from L. transitus, p.p. of transire "to go or cross over," from → trans- "across" + ire "to go." Gozar "passage, transit, passing," from gozaštan "to pass, cross, transit," variant gozâštan "to put, to place, let, allow;" Mid.Pers. widardan, widâštan "to pass, to let pass (by);" O.Pers. vitar- "to pass across," viyatarayam "I put across;" Av. vi-tar- "to pass across," from vi- "apart, away from" (O.Pers.viy- "apart, away;" Av. vi- "apart, away;" cf. Skt. vi"apart, asunder, away, out;" L. vitare "to avoid, turn aside") + O.Pers./Av. tar- "to cross over;" → trans-.
* NEBERU AS A
/dingir/GOD and THE PLANET MERCURY
NOW OF COURSE THE COMPARITIVE GRAMMAR IS THERE ,NOW WE SEE THAT CROSSING MEANS IN akk.CUNEIFORM NEBERU ,IN THE MUL APIN ,JUPITER WAS CALLED NEBERU ,BECAUSE IT CROSSED
THE SKY ,ALSO MURDUK WAS CALLED NIBIRU ,, Tablets K.6174:9’ and
refer to it as Mercury: "If Mercury (MULUDU.IDIM.GU4) divides the sky and stands there, [its name] is Nibiru."
MERCURY WAS CALLED NEBERU ,THUS NEBERU IS ACCORDING TO ANCIENT TABLETS A TITLE TO GIVE TO A PLANET THAT CROSSES THE MILKY WAY RIVER ,A FERRY fer·ry/ˈferē/
Noun: A boat or ship for conveying passengers and goods, esp. over a relatively short distance and as a regular service. Verb: Convey in a boat, esp. across a short stretch of water. Synonyms: ferryboat - raft ,
* NEBERU AS A STAR
MDW NTR AKK.CUNIEFORM IGBO HEBREW ARABIC /AKHAKH/STARS /KAKKABU/STAR /KPA-KPANDO/STAR /KOKAB/STAR /KAUKAB/STAR
NEBERU IS REFERRED TO AS A /KAKKABU/STAR OR THE TERM/ MU/IN THE AFRICAN IGBO LANGUAGE WHICH MATCHES WITH / MUL/STAR IN CUNIEFORM ,IN THE OMEN TEXT NIBIRU IS REFERRED TO AS MUL-NIBIRU WHICH EXPLAINS THIS ON/ THE TRUTH OF NIBIRU AND THE AFRICAN ORIGINS OF THE ANU DVD 1 BY NTR NB AKHU ZP TPY
AKK.CUNIEFORM /MUL-NIBIRUM/THE STAR NIBIRU AKK.CUNIEFORM/MUL/STAR,TO SHINE RADIATE
IGBO IGBO MANDINKE
/MU/SHINE,BRIGHTNESS /MULU-OKU/LIGHT FROM FIRE /LOOLO/STAR
MUL.APIN Tablet Nr. 86378 British Museum MUL.APIN 1.2 (lines 24 - 39) The 33 Stars on the Path of Enlil [AK: Latvian ENA = "shade, eclipse" = EN. in EN.LIL and LIEL = "large" in EN.LIL "large eclipses" i.e. Solar. i.e Path of Solar Eclipses along the ecliptic]. (Column I, Lines 1 through 39) MUL.APIN text is in LIGHT BLUE AK: = Comments by Andis Kaulins, with some decipherments substantially differing from Papke. Lines are given in sequence according to Cuneiform Tablet Nr. 86378, British Museum. 24. The Goat (UZ) [Hercules], d.GU.LA AK: UZ GU.LA and GULA are two different constellations. GULA is CAPRICORN the boat, not the goat UZ GU.LA which is Hercules. 25. The star before the goat: the Sitting Dog (UR.KU) AK: This is Serpens Caput. 26. The bright star of the Goat d.LAMMA, the messeger of d.Baba AK: Rasalhague, this sky area called Ramus, Rameau = Lamma.
27. Two stars, behind her: d.NIN.SAR and d.ER.RA.GAL Lyra = ER.RA is known as SHELiak or SHILiak or SULafat by the Arabs = SAR. 28. The Leopard (UD.KA.DUCH.A), d.U.GUR AK: UD.KA.DUCHA.A has its "head of the Milky Way" at Cygnus and the tail at Cepheus. d.U.Gur is similar to the 23rd sieu Goei or Gui. It forms a line down to Aquarius, with which it is confused. The Persian lunar station here was called Khatsar = Ka.duch.a 29. The star to his right: the swine (SHACH), d.Damu AK: This is SAGITTA, Sham or Schaham in Arabic (see Hinckley, Star Names). 30. The star to his left: the horse (ANSHE.KUR.RA) AK: LA CERTA. This is later confused with EQUULEUS. Ricioli wrote AL CHERAS for Equuleus = KUR.RA = but correct is LA CERTA. 31. The star behind him: the stag (LU.LIM), messenger of the Pleiades (MUL.MUL) AK: This star "behind" Cygnus as LU.LIM is Cassiopeia, Latin SO.LIUM which precedes the setting of the Pleiades on the horizon. Cassiopeia is seen here as the stag's antlers. The Sumerian LU.LIM = Latvian ALNis "elk". 32/33. The weak stars at the breast of the stag: d.Charriru, god of the rainbow (d.TIR.AN.NA) AK: This is Andromeda. The Sumerian-Akkadian d.TIR.AN.NA is Alpheratz as SIRRAH = TIR = Latvian S.TIRNA "doe". 34/35. The bright red star at the kidney of the stag, the Destroyer (KA.MUSH.I.KU.E) AK: This is Algol in Perseus = I.KU.E (earlier red-colored)
36/37. "When the stars of Enlil are finished, a large star of matted light divides the heavens there: the star of d.AMAR.UD (d.Marduk), of the pass-over. Lines 36/37 were added to later MUL.APIN copies, and are not found on the original tablet . - so Werner Papke AK: This is the red star Hamal = AMAR in Aries. 38. Jupiter (SAG.ME.GAR) changes its position continuously, crossing the heavens 39. Those are the 33 stars of Enlil. http://oi.uchicago.edu/pdf/cad_n2.pdf oi.uchicago.edu
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