Ancient reptilian figurines?
In early 1919, the world learned about a phenomenon known as the Ubayde culture, whose influence can be traced throughout the Middle East, the Caucasus and Central Asia. It existed in the south of modern Iraq from the 6th to the 4th millennium BC, that is, up to the Uruk period and is considered the predecessor of the Sumerian civilization, which grew out of the heritage of Nibiru. Strengthening the Sumerian community led to the ousting of the Ubaydans. Their culture got its name from the hill of artificial origin El-Ubaid near the ancient city of Ur.
A special feature of this culture was the statuettes with the heads of lizards and narrow slits of slanted eyes. The most famous of them is the humanoid lizard (Latin).Lasherta), holding her baby in her arms and feeding her. There were other statues with the body of a woman and the head of a lizard. They have engraved triangles on their chests and on their genitals, on their shoulders — naked (shoulder decorations), on their heads — tall “caps” or wigs made of bitumen (natural asphalt).
Let's find out more about them.
Previously, these figurines were exhibited at the Baghdad Museum. Mostly they come from the above city of Ur. Their age dates back to the 5th millennium BC, to which the origins of the founding of Ur go.
Based on a clay figurine found in the south of modern Iraq (one of the main cradles of modern civilization), many ufologists, cosmologists, and other lovers of non-standard versions assume that this is exactly what the representatives of earthly reptiloids known to early humanity looked like. It is believed that the Ubaid culture, in which statuettes of lizards (human-reptilians or intelligent reptiles) were created, arose even before the appearance of the Sumerian civilization created by the Elohim.
Fitsialnaya science often associates the above figurines of sensible lizards with the material expression of the gods' ideas of the inhabitants of ancient Mesopotamia, in particular with Nammu - the primitive Sumerian mother goddess. The researchers of this culture believe that she put forward the idea of creating a man so that he could serve the gods. Her name is part of the name of the famous Sumerian ruler and legislator Ur-Namm, who ruled around 2112–2094 BC.
Mesopotamia is one of the most ancient centers of civilization in the 4th-3rd millennia BC. From the time of the occurrence of the Sumerians to the fall of the New Babylonian kingdom, 10% of the population of the entire Earth lived in the territory of the Mesopotamian lowland. The beginning of the Sumerian civilization coincides with the beginning of the written fixation of world history, understandable to modern humanity. Before the Sumerians there were other civilizations, but their writing is still undeciphered and awaits its researchers. The first written documents, decoded by modern science, belong to the Sumerians. Therefore, it is said that the history in the modern sense began in Sumer, and its main holiday was the New Year.
After the discovery of Leylatepinsky culture on the territory of modern Azerbaijan, there appeared grounds to believe that part of the Ubeidan culture carriers migrated to the South Caucasus, and then to the North Caucasus (monuments of the Maikop culture). Maikop is the capital of the Republic of Adygea, and the ancestors of its indigenous population are the Circassians (Kasogi), known under different names. With the Kabarda founded by them, Ivan Grozny had close family ties
Also, carriers of the Ubeida culture migrated to the Upper Tigris, and to the northern regions of Zagros, where they were later assimilated with the Hurrians who created in Northern Mesopotamia, in the 16th-13th centuries BC, the Mitanni state. It was from this state that the mother (Tia) and both wives (Nefertiti and Kyi) of the Egyptian pharaoh reformer Akhenaten came from.
The Hurrians had a strong influence on the Hittite kingdom - a powerful ancient power in Asia Minor (c. 1800 - c. 1180 BC). In turn, the pantheon of the Hittite gods virtually completely became the pantheon of the Greek gods, but under new names. The Hittites' supreme god was the god of wind and thunder Teshub, who was associated with the Nibiruism Ishkur. Teshub Hittites became the head of the pantheon of the ancient Greeks under the name Zeus, retaining its own attribute (lightning is the main weapon of Zeus). Later, the Romans made the Greek Zeus (the Hittite Teshub) their Jupiter - the supreme ruler and thunder-god.
Some say Ur Hitt is the birthplace of Abraham - the forefather of monotheistic religions. Ur the Hittites was the twin of Ura the Chaldeans, where royal tombs were discovered in 1927
It is believed that Russia adopted its double-headed eagle from Byzantium in the 15th century through the marriage of Ivan III and Sophia Paleolog (the niece of the last Byzantine emperor),although this symbol was known in Russia long before this wedding. For a long time Byzantium owned lands where the Hittites lived in the distant past. The double-headed eagle was known among the Hittites from the 2nd millennium BC. The Hittites portrayed it on their state seals and standards, on stone bas-reliefs, etc. In contrast to the Russian coat of arms, the Hittite two-headed eagle had one crown, and instead of a scepter and an empire - two victims. To a certain extent, one can speak of the succession of symbols of empires and cultures. However, the Russian heraldists did not know anything about the Hittite two-headed eagle, because in their era the remnants of the Hittite cities lay underground.
The Hittites, who lived on the territory of modern eastern Turkey (Anatolia), used ritual structures built before them by representatives of a highly developed civilization or civilizations. An example is the archaeological monument with the Turkish name Aladzha-Hüyuk, located not far from the Hittite capital Khatussy, which, as legends say, existed long before the appearance of the Hittites themselves on the Anatolian Plateau. It is believed that Aladja-huyuk originated in the Neolithic era and was a settlement of the Hutts -predecessors of the Hittites. During the time of the Hittite kingdom, it primarily served as a religious and cultural center.
The stones from Aladzha-huyuk (see fig. On the left) are twin brothers to the stones from Cuzco (see fig. On the right) - the capital of the Inca Empire. The naked eye can see almost complete similarity of the classic polygonal masonry of megalithic blocks in Aladzha-kyuyuk with blocks from Peru, which are almost perfectly articulated on a complex surface. However, between Turkey and Peru tens of thousands of kilometers and a vast ocean. The similarity of the laying in both cases is amazing, and its complexity once again confirms that their creators were not the Hittites or the Incas (between civilizations of which are three thousand years), but representatives of a highly developed civilization or civilizations. It can be seen that the same technology, the same stone processing methods, the same construction techniques, and the same engineering logic were clearly used when creating the structures in Aladzha-Huyuk and Cuzco. The technologies of both the Hittites and the Incas were very primitive and have nothing to do with the technologies of a technically advanced civilization.
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Returning to the bearers of Ubeida culture. As mentioned above, they assimilated with the Hurrians, who had a powerful influence on the Hittites. In addition to the Hittites, the Hurrians, along with the Urartians, and some other ethnic groups participated in the process of the formation of the Armenian ethnic group from the end of the second millennium BC to the fourth and second centuries BC. The protagonist of the Armenian epic is Noah, who, according to some researchers, was the son of Enki of the Nibiru. According to the Sumerian myths, Enki and his half-sister Ninhursag were the creators of the first people who were supposed to mine gold for the Nibiruans. It was the goddess Ninhursag (known to the ancient peoples as Mami) that the temple was excavated in the center under the Ubeid Hill, which gave the name to the whole culture / phenomenon (see “The Cult of Ur”).
It is known that representatives of the ancient Ubeida culture “dissolved” in the Hurrites, which, in turn, were “subjected” to the influence of the civilization of the earthly rational lizards even earlier. Although today there is no exact information about the origin of Hurrits, it is known that Hurrits, along with Sakkadians and Urarts, belonged to the Armenoid group of populations,and the armenoid type itself was the predominant type among the indigenous Semitic groups of Syria and Mesopotamia. That is why the main representatives of this type are Armenians and Assyrians. In the Armenian national patterns one can still find the veiled reptile motifs. Perhaps this is the ancient memory of the connection with the Ubeida culture.