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History of Kurdistan (3)

Azad Karimi

The queen bee has a long life because she eats special white honey which has the property of prolonging her life. Mummification has a mythological origin among the ancient Kurds, and embalming is part of the process of reincarnation.

 

History of Kurdistan (3)

Written by Azad Karimi

 

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The Kl is the point of balance is between stillness and motion, tame and work, peace and war, death and life, sleep and wakefulness, eternity and immortality, night and day, good and evil .... soul and matter.

Kl is the prophet of Anu to Mahra. He is the mediator between Anu and Mahra. He obeys Ano's commands and instructs Mahra to sacrifice the Gapish cow and move the wheel of time by shedding its blood. The Kl symbolizes the Mikubain, the border between the two aspects of eternity also the pole of them... Shewaan, Ewaara... This border is the point of intersection of darkness and obscurity (shawana) with the liberation and light (Aareza)...

Other names of shawa category are:Angara, Grana,Arkhana, Arkhani, Wartarkhan, Khunira,khurina,wrina, neyru, niru, nayri,warahraan, wahraam, warham, baaaraam, ruynaa, aruna, kharuna which means power, heroism, will, and power. Its symbols are Boar, Mars, Maay, May, Grape, Ram, Happiness, Hunting, War, Maarjani, Naanakali, Rostam, Faraydun, Sararro,

Chardawri,Rostam,Piri Khazaayi, Baaraam, Mummy, Mewi, Magiw, Nazi Grumash, Marutash, Sheshki Angaru nanna or the blue captured moon.

Other names of Arza category are: Zura,Shura,sura, Zeru,ura, hura, arha, hurya,wrya, hewra, hewr, ewra, ehura,atura, tura. ... means attacker, an arrow shot from a bow. The symbol of Parudar, Paruzar, Kaardan or Chariot driver, the white rooster with a golden crest, Suruj, surush ... work, family, bread, blessing, wheat, fertility, comfort, family, water, Khushakali, Shaakali, Zoroaster, Kshiwar, Turani, Shkuza, Shkusha, Shakhagaa, Gaawaswaar, Maani, Mashiah, Majiga,Majga, Sultaan Sahaak, Kaaldi kawaswar,Klkawas,Kaaldeimi, Ardini, Ardal, Chuipaa,Chlipaa, Paallu...

 

Kl is the point of cognition and knowledge and at this point, free will is different from coercion, and man can choose.This means relativity and creation are formed in relativity... as well as wisdom is formed in relativity. And life is repeated at this point, which is the process of experiencing and creating wisdom, and it is wisdom that drives the work of the world. At the equilibrium point, the energy created by the fire arising from a rock, which is due to the energetic properties of water, leads to the birth of the embodied soul, namely Mahra. He is the model of human creation. This is a white Spinel.Mahra had no knowledge.Kl came from Anu and told Mahra: Gar! Gar!)Turn it (the soul of eternity from absolute eternity, which is pure energy by shedding the blood of a Gaapesh cow. Therefore, the essence of wisdom and cognition is eternal, but its manifestation in man is relative because man is composed of body and soul. but his body, although it comes from the primacy of energy and life force, but can not have an eternal quality, because after the soul leaves it, it lacks cognition and movement. Also, the inhibitory power of the soul to preserve the body is lost.

This issue became a point of contention among the scholars of ancient Kurdistan. Some people believe in the existence of a kind of hidden power of the soul in the body that even after the complete departure of the soul from the body and the death of man, this hidden power remains in the body and the remains of the body because it comes from primordial energy. They called this power Hastk or Esk that exists in human bones. Bone does not destroy over many years, so it carries the immortality and eternality of energy called the soul. Therefore, no matter how mortal the body is and how eternal the soul is, in the process of death they maintain their connection through the bones. These bones are kept in large jars called Astukdaan. The reason for respecting the bone and justifying it as a part of life and immortality goes back to its white color, which shows the dynamism, and permanence of the quality of life ... Interestingly, they believed that graying hair in middle age was a sign of the evolution of body and soul and reaching a point of balance between these concepts. Because youth is associated with inexperience, rawness, and virginity, and aging is a sign of the discovery and emergence of the real human identity.

Therefore, preserving the bones of the dead was an important part of the tradition of believing in the immortality of human creation and living beings. So, keeping human bones in clay Khum(jar) or in stone coffins or stone caves and tombs on which stones were placed was a relic of an ancient ritual tradition. They used dogs to protect these tombs because dogs did not allow Kamtyar(hyena) and Kashkakhora(Daall) a kind of bone-eating vulture, to eat the bones which is why dogs were popular and sacred to them. This bone-eating red vulture does part of the process of immortality by eating bones because it has an instinctive knowledge of immortality and understands its secret. So they made red jars out of clay, poured wine into it, and called it Khumrej because wine has the spirit of immortality, and in these Khumrej, which are the symbol of the bony vulture body and have the property of bone permanence, Wine in the jar is an allusion to man and drinking it immortalizes the soul.

The basis of this belief is Maartaus or the immortality of fire in a spark of light created in a dark cave made of rock. Therefore, the material manifestation of the human soul, which is in the bones of the body, has a stone and mineral origin.

But I said in the previous article that minerals are part of the process of life but do not participate directly in it because the material manifestation of the body is in the carbon cycle and the formation of organic matter is related to carbon and its compounds with hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen. . That is, the pillar and bases of the human body are stem cells, which contain DNA, and this unit of living organisms is part of organic matter or hydrocarbons along with nitrogen.

And it is at a particular stage in the early evolution of creation that the primary body uses minerals to make bone. Therefore, they had the right to define the body in two ways and to attribute the bone to the inseparable part of the body, which has a mineral origin, such as the Maar(snake) in Marutash. The Maar or Khuzrua is an inseparable and eternal part of the soul.

But the perishable part of the body, which is of organic origin, is caused by carbon dioxide and its combination with other gases such as hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen. Gas has less resistance to the tendency to combine with other elements and carbon gas has a high tendency to combine with other gases ... ... But for all its passion for composition, its instability is greater. This state of instability also leads to the conversion and production of energy. This is the law of conservation of energy.

But why does death come?

Because the body is a complex quality, but in a closed and repetitive process and at a point in time and understanding the concept of experiences of human phenomena within the nature of the conventional nature of a 360-degree cycle or Kaar. That is, everything is in a circle, and the experience of human life begins at zero or equilibrium, and continues to degree 360, which is to reach zero or equilibrium, and is reprocessed at equilibrium. A 360-degree process begins again, but without the body, which is the process of reincarnation. This zero point, which is the processing time, consists of Raazaan or three stages. Raaz in Kurdish means dream. Raazaan is the three nights of concealment of the moon before the appearance of the new moon crescent. Again three ... Trinity, Martir.

In the stage of the second round, the function of the soul in life is judged in the memories of the deceased person, which are full of many years of life experience. This judgment is based on the balance of thought, action, and speech, which is the manifestation of movement and evolution in the process of life. Thus man is placed in a process similar to the process of Anunnaki life.

Anunnaki differs from humans in the power of understanding the experience of concepts and relationships and the sequence of events. They have a much higher rate of mind transfer than humans ... so time and its meaning and their event-phenomena are manifested in another dimension of the speed of mind transfer.

Their minds act faster and process faster, and their range of mental breadth extends beyond our mental imagination or perception. If it were not so, there would be no such thing as a dream in man... Thus, at the time of the creation of man, myths took the pattern of creation from themselves, but in the mental realm of this terrestrial creature(human) .... But the bones and the skeleton or Estkaan, which is the body and vessel of human existence, have dense bodily organic compounds, and also because of their mineral structure, they have a model of human that was once in the process of life by the method of creating life/existence, ie organic/mineral. So bone maintenance is part of the process of survival. But according to the logic of reincarnation, a soul is born seven times in seven bodies to reconnect with the source of existence, the Creator. . So what is the use of keeping the bones of seven people with one soul, which is manifested in the body of one in the final resurrection? Basically, in which body does this soul dissolve and connect to the source of creation? ...

There is a physical law called the Conservation of mass/matter. According to this law, the components of the soul that are used in the process of creation will join the main source of the soul, which is God, in the final resurrection.

I can relate this law to the most key sentence in the Bible of the Ezidis, which says of Genesis: In the beginning, it was the particle the soul. The soul is eternal. It means: eternality is stillness, concealment, and sleep. The matter is the manifestation of the soul. This manifestation was made possible by the advent of the Mahra, a spark of light. He did some things and reconnected to the light source, the sun. So we can compare that man is first a part of the source of the soul, then manifests and does some works and reconnects to the source of the soul. This re-connection is accompanied by a cosmic explosion and then a return to eternity, which is the state of concealment and stillness and sleep.

As I said, part of the spirit of life remains in the bones. Therefore, it is justified to say that the main detached part of the soul from the body, the existence of which causes life and the absence of which causes the death of human beings, He-she has experienced at every stage of this life process whose memories remain in his genetic bank(DNA) in the parts of the bones.

 This relationship is called Kn and Bn or Kein u Bein. That is: the hidden element, the hidden essence. The ancient scientists of Kurdistan worked hard to find a way to discover the secret of immortality and the resurrection of the dead. There were two ways to mummify and keep bones in jars. But there was another science called alchemy. Alchemy is the Arabic pronunciation of the word Kimab. Kimab is an ancient Kurdish word. Kimaab means eternity. His nickname is Baawka, meaning father. This name is recorded in the tablets of Babylon with Agum. It is also registered with Kimash. It is registered in Kurdish under the name of Kemne , Newk, Naawk, Keiwaan, kwaan, Anukie.Giaanuk.

The soul of Anu or Anunakhi, Anunakhi… He is Saturn with his belt. The soul of Anu or Anunnakhi, Anunnaki… He is Saturn with his belt.

This relationship is called Kein u Bein ....

Kein is the soul left in the bones of the body and Bin is the soul separated from the body. In ancient Egypt, it is called ka and ba .... With these descriptions, bein or Ba according to what pattern does the soul enter Chamchara( Chaawazaar,Chaawasar,Chaawazaar) or the cycle of destiny in Raazaan period( three nights in three stages)? What force directs Bein in this circle of 360 degrees of destiny so that it does not go anywhere else and is attracted to the magnet like an iron?The Kein u Bein relationship ... the same relationship that keeps Saturn's belt around Saturn.

Is the kein or spirit left in the body an excuse to connect the bein or the soul separated from the body to the kein? Does Kein have the potential to be reborn? Can Kein be a  Bank to record the events and experiences of a person who was once alive and now dead but can be a means of communication with those with whom he or she has an emotional relationship and occasionally, for example, through the dream of an awake and alive person, with Communicate the soul of the living person? In Kurdistan, it is customary to light a lamp in the room where the person died for three nights after his death. So that the soul of the dead person does not wander and comes to his house until three days that he goes to another world. This contradicts Islamic teachings, but the Kurds are a traditionalist nation, and Islam has never been able to separate them from their original identity. Or in three nights, early in the evening, they make hot onions so that the scent may waft through the house and the soul may return to its home. Does anything special happen during these three days and nights? Why does the soul return to its home? And what happens on the fourth day? Why can't the  Bein even though it still exists kein in the body, come back into the body, and come back to life? And the only one who had the power to return to his body after three days was Jesus Christ .. This soul carries kein and bein and its scope of information processing is limited due to its connection to the material body. That is why bones are kept in stone tombs and jars so that they are always available and connected to the material world.

That is why bones are kept in stone tombs and jars so that they are always available and connected to the material world. Three types of ancient tombs and corpses have been discovered in this city. In the years 1950 in Latifaawaa and in a place called Gorra Julaka,  discovered a large stone coffin with a mummy inside. In the same years, large jars full of bones were seen in Narin or Kharona, which were thrown down due to the fall of a mountain. In April of this year 2021, two mummified stone coffins were discovered in the lands of Kaariza or the ancient Araza, which met the fate of other ancient monuments and no one knows about them. The Paallu or Gardunis of Dilmun had Gauruni-Zurwani beliefs and believed in the primacy of the soul over matter ... They believed in the immortality of the soul and the immortality of the power of creation and the immortality of reason but they also believed in the relativety  of man's power of knowledge of the world around him and the creation and perception of man.

The Paalluis were divided into two sects, the Waruna( Gutis, angurawi, Khushi) and the Pardiwaris( the Lului,Sagir), that is, the Maay and the Paruzars. The Maays were winemakers and the Paruzaris were stonemasons.

The Maays believed in the immortality of the soul in any state of physical death. They considered death to be a stage in the evolution of the life process. They consider death as the state of concealment of existence or the  sleep period, that the moon is in the curtain and it is called Raazaan and it is three days and nights and it appears in the sky in the evening of the fourth day of the new moon. This period is the curtain of the Chmchaara period, and Kein is in the corpse, and Bain has ascended to the high world. they put the body in water and salt for forty days and then embalmed it. The embalming of corpses was performed by the Gutians or Gudis, who were servants of Judaay star.

Judaay or Dayjur is the polaris star. This star belongs to the courier Anu in the rule of Mercury which is the Kl. This star is the decoration of the roof of the sky, hence it was called Kllaawa Rojna ... or the shining roof cap. The servants of this star are Judaayis or Garduni(Dingirs) who are known as Anunnaki. Their temple is known as Pir Malka or Pir Michael. The Gutis are the ancestors of the Mandaean and Ezidi Kurds. Mummifying the corpse means temporarily hiding the dead person until the end of the sleeping or three nights of darkness. That the personal resurrection takes place and the dead is resurrected. It is then that the dead are resurrected and come out of the mummy, like the new moon, which after three nights is in the darkness and appears on the fourth night. Mummification refers to a metamorphosis, such as a bee or Hangamesh. Wax is a substance that is put on the honycomb by the bee and then the queen's egg is poured into it and then covered with honey to feed on it until the egg turns into a larva and the larvae into a bee.

The queen bee has a long life because she eats special white honey which has the property of prolonging her life. Mummification has a mythological origin among the ancient Kurds, and embalming is part of the process of reincarnation.

Before addressing the issue of Warahranis and Paruzaris, we need to define a few things: The Raaza in Kurdish means asleep and the Raaza in astronomy means hiding the moon and Raazaan is three Raaza or three nights of hiding before the new moon appears on the first of each month. The ancient sages counted the number of Raazaans from the first of the Judaay month, December 21st, to the 21st of December next year, which was twelve Raazaans. Mahra was born after the first Raaza in the first Raazan. The Warahranis counted the number of Raazan nights, which was 36 nights, divided it by 3, and it came twelve RaazaanThis number twelve is the number twelve months of the year.... at the first secret of the Christmas star appeared. The Christmas star is a symbol of justice, courage, and the spirit of life. That is, it is the companion of Jupiter and Saturn and the Regulus. It is the sign of the Savior because with her appearance the new moon crescent came out of the Raazaan and appeared.

The praise of the savior star began from that time and astronomy was created to know its appearance because it appeared in the Judaay sign of the new moon the following year but the savior star did not appear the same last year... A group of astronomers, the Pardiwars, studied astronomy and observed the stars and planets, calling them Parshwa or Parza.

 Parza, Zaara, Araz, Arza means entrance, height, or four directions. The symbol of Parza is the white rooster ... that is, the immortality of the spirit of light.

 The other group or Warahraanis studied the moon and its circumstances during the year. They were known as Maayiw or Magush. Goush means to squeeze and Maaygosh means winemaker. Wine is made by squeezing grapes, and Maa means the extract, and Maay means wine. The Maagush held wine and honey in high esteem. The symbol of wine was the boar of Arkhana and Haatusha, the sword of Naakhita(Venus), is the symbol of honey. It is yellow and Hangamesh soul is flowing in it. Haatusha is the nail of the Enlil lion, which is ruled by Venus. Enlil lion is the same as Ashurla. The symbol of Warahranis is the black snake ( Kharuna , MaarAnu,the Natrix) in the fish. The fish is the symbol of the blue zone of the sky that is occupied by Anu. So the spirit of the immortality of celestial water of Anu is fish. And the field of the sky relative to the position of the sun to the earth consists of four equal parts or four horns related to the bull and the female form which the cattle came into being by them. And in the sky, there are twelve fish as a sign of the twelve months ...

 Pardiwars believe in Enlil Paallu's pillar and love his feather that is Kl. They have a lot of respect for Khushatar or the scorpion arrow. Their symbol is Maarkhrus or Khuzrua. Khosrawa or Khuzraua enters Zaara or (Daru, another season )after three Raazaan, that is, three months. Each Zaara ( Varu or Daru) is equal to three Raazaan. And all three Raazaans are equal to nine Raaza and each nine Raazas is equal to twenty-seven- secret moon nights. With a Raazaan in the Judaay sign that the new year becomes, that is, 30 nights moon hidden in the year... That is, the moon sleeps for a whole month a year. This lunar year is dominated by Magrun Maaynu or moon asleep and the other eleven months are dominated by Spanta Maaynu ... ... equal to 330 days. That means eleven months. The twelfth month is the month of Maagrun or Angara Maaynu. A total of 360 days and nights, which is a complete circle. That is, the center of the sun(Khurshida) is tangent to this city in the Kharuna Sheshki hill. And the year here is five days longer than the lunar year and five days less than the solar year. This means balance...

This equilibrium means the angle of the sun's radiation on the moon hill, where the new moon is found. This angle of radiation is in three forms: spring and autumn equinox, the longest night of the year and the shortest night of the year. Therefore, spring and autumn equinoxes are like scales, once Zuruaan -spring awakening- and once Raazaan -autumn sleep-... Razaan is a celebration of winemaking and Zurwaan is a celebration of planting cereal: Barley, Wheat...

Razaan was the celebration of the Magi or Warahranis and Zurwaan was the celebration of the Parshua or Khuzrawaanis. The Feast of Aawprrjan is celebrated on the first of summer and the feast of Gweze on the first of winter, because Enlil's son, Sheshki Nannar, the guardian of the moon, was born.

In fact, Maagruna is a failure side of this agreement because Zurwaan placed his second child Aspanta Maaynu on the earth longer and eleven times longer than during the reign of Maagruna. This victory was destined from the beginning and this destiny was determined in the land of destiny or Chamchaara. But according to this contract, the beginning of time starts with Maaygruna ... but on the first night of Raazaan, when the three-day rule of Maaygruna began, it was decided that Mahra would be born. ... He was born from the Spinel. He was light. He was Aruhna. He was Haruna.He was Rujna.

On the first night of the Capricorn- Judaay month, three separate events occur. Gauwruan's agreement to rule over the sky for the first night of the first Raazaan by Magruna, in the second night of the first Raazaan the appearance of the savior star, the third night is the emergence of the new moon crescent or Aspandaraan, and the fourth day is the birth of Mahra...

I told you about the birth of Mahra. It is interesting to add something about the birth pattern.

The number of Raazaans of the moon in a year is equal to 36 Raazas ... that is, the nights when the moon is in the curtain. That is, a complete round of the year that is equal to four Zaaras(Warz) or seasons ... If we divide the Raazaas of a year by the number of Zaaras, the number nine is obtained for each Warz or season. The number nine is the Moon planet number.

 

If we multiply the number nine by 1 to 9, we get a number that is a multiple. If you add the digits of these multiples together, you get the number nine.

9×1=9,    9+0=9

9×2=18,  1+8=9

9×3=27,   2+7=9

9×4=36,   3+6=9

9×5=45,   4+5=9

9×6=54,    5+4=9

9×7=63,    6+3=9

9×8=72,    7+2=9

9×9=81,    8+1=9

 This is the magic of the number nine. Moon number ... and the number of months of a woman's pregnancy in the birth of a human species ... Moon is the closest planet in the solar system, and therefore ancient astronomers in Kurdistan have named this planet Sk or Zg(the womb) which is called in the Sumerian language. Sheshki or Seski ... Sk is an expression of the shell of the universe and in English, it is called Sky. the symbol of Sk, is Gwez, or Walnut. Because the shell of the walnut is green at first, but after it is fully grown, it becomes thin and black, and a white walnut comes out of it, which is a symbol of perfection and growth, and this is the end of the process of development of the human fetus in the mother's womb and the moment of birth. A birth that coincides with the birth of Magruna and the appearance of the savior star and the appearance of the new moon crescent and the birth Mahra in the fourth day.

Four important events in the first Raazaan in the first month at the beginning of the first year of creation. Therefore, human birth, mythology, astronomy, and the universe all follow the same pattern ... This is the secret of creation and it is a very pleasant secret because the feeling of unity of existence flourishes in human beings.

Let me say about Gweze or Gwezawaan celebration.

Gweze means shell and light bulb and Gwezawaan means light inside the Gweze ... Gwez means walnut as I said, the walnut kernel is white and sweet and is a symbol of ear and tongue that forms the intellect.

 The Kurds consider the walnut as a symbol of ears and tongue, which is a symbol of wisdom. Gwezawaan celebration history refers to the birthday of Kumarbi, who was born of stone and was deaf and dumb... Spreading sweets and nuts in this celebration are to celebrate the birthday of Kumarbi, who is the son of Alalus, and this myth is related to the time of Hittite domination over all of ancient Kurdistan.

Kumarbi or in Kurdish modern Kawrgosk )Stone spark( was an important god of the Hurrians, regarded as "the father of gods." He was also a part of the Hittite pantheon. According to Hurrian myths, he was a son of Alalu, and one of the parents of storm-god Teshub, His cult city was Urkesh.

Kumarbi or Moka(Bardi Ko- Kawrgozk)is the Black stone or Touchstone or Sya which is called Baayi... Baayi means equivalent to the benchmark stone which is the stone of justice and balance.

Alalu was a primeval king of the gods in Hurrian mythology. After nine years of reign, Alalu was defeated by his cupbearer Anu and fled to the "dark earth" (underworld). Later Alalu's son Kumarbi served as Anu's cupbearer, before attacking him to seize the kingship for himself. During the fight Kumarbi bites off and swallows Anu's genitals, hence becoming pregnant with Teshub (and his two siblings) who eventually defeated him, after a prolonged struggle against various challengers, such as Kumarbi's monstrous son Ullikummi. Kumarbi's myth is explained in Hasanian Golden bowl. Here we need to mention the famous American archaeologist who discovered this valuable cup in 1958... Robert H Dyson... He died two years ago. Rest in peace.

The origins of all northern and southern Mesopotamian mythology go back to this city...Kur Dilmun... If Anu is Alalu cupbearer, then Alalu reigns before Anunnaki. But the number nine, which is the number of years of the Alalu reign, is interesting. but why did the Kurds know the moon thousands of years ago and consider it the origin of the baby placenta?

Let me remind you that the first three nights of the first month of the first year of creation are the time of Zaa or birth.

The first night is Magruna birth. On this night, people eat the grape, which is called Melaaq. which means the first tasting. Magrunis people wear azure blue and wear a red hat. They are now known as Goraan and Kurmanj. Jamshid Shah is a member of this sect.

The second night is the night of the birth of the savior star. This star was known as Azad among the Kurds. People eat honey and sweets on this night.It is known as Chraawaisa, or Gweze. The savior star is the golden ball of the Mahra Klla (hat). This golden ball or Khrata is in balance, that is, it is on top of Mahra head, and inside Mahra's head is his brain, which is in the shape of a walnut, and this bright white brain dominates his eyes, ears, and tongue.Khrrataa is the second intellect and takes command from Khrra which is the first intellect. Khrra is the eternal soul of eternity that has creativity in thought and is endless. The Khra is a symbol of Aazaadi(freedom)and Aazaayi(the power of reason), which affects the right hand of Mahra to use the knife, which is a means of releasing the energy of the immortal soul of the Kapish cow. That is, is honesty in practice a sign of immortality? The honesty that comes from reason? Yes... of course!

This Klla (cap-hat) is located on the balance column (Paallu) or Enlil that separates the earth from the sky.Klla is located On top of both ears or BaraanGwi, and later turned into Farangi and Faranji. Herodotus recorded it as Phrygi, which was the ancient Khurriani hat. They were also known as Shakita and Skita prominent hat. In the present tense, we know them as Kllawqit or Kllawqut, or Kllawquch. These People, who are in Bestun's inscription, have always been a source of trouble for authoritarian regimes. They eventually became known as Ashkenazi and some of them went to Europe.

They were very wise and rational, drawing the world on the line of true balance, which was wise moral principles, and they hated the tyranny and oppression that threaten justice. They were real revolutionaries who helped the oppressed. They were Paalluyi or the followers of Enlil. In the ancient Babylonian language, Enlil was called Ilo and the Babylonians called the Paalluis Ilui or Elkhaas. Khaas in Kurdish means calm, balanced. Khaas entered Latin and became the hat in English, meaning a hat that perfectly matches its ancient word. Paalluyis were very rational. They were very interested in arguing about philosophical and etic principles. Their hat has now become a frnji, a type of men's coat worn in Hawraamaan, Kurdistan.The frnji has two protrusions on the shoulders of the coat, meaning the ear, which is the origin of reason. The ancient Paalluyis, in times of rebellion against oppressive rulers, cut off their frnji ears as a sign that the king was not wise because the king did not have ears to hear the voice of the people. These ElKhaasis or Paalluyis dealt with the nature of the soul and considered it as the source of reason and material and eternal life. Look at Abraham! He is an Elkhaasi because he asks his father about the truth, justice, and the spirit of God... He rebels and breaks idols and rebels against Nimrod. Look at Moses! He is a rebel Elkhaasis because he does not tolerate the oppression to the Israeli people and rebels against Pharaoh. Look at Mazdak! He is ElKhaasi and Paalluyi. Therefore, being a Paallu is a human and moral value because they consider balance and justice as the source of creation and they believe that any factor that upsets this balance must be destroyed. They are the founders of Mysticism and Gnosticism. When Jesus appeared, mysticism and wisdom were at their peak because the Ashkenazi-Paalluyi- Elkhaasi rulers dominated the Middle East. Their thoughts greatly influenced the Romans. The Romans dominated half of the Middle East, but Paalluyis dominated the entire Middle East intellectually. The Romans, as Jesus Christ says: They came for taxes, but the Paalluyis came to influence the world by God and the philosophy of creation ... and they did it!

They were God's archers. Their arrow is the arrow of justice and freedom.

It is interesting to ask what the Phrygians have to do with the Paallus.

The Phrygians are the descendants of the ancient Hittites, and the Hittites are dependent on the Khas. They are known as the Hurrians, which include the civilizations of Ashnoon, Mitani, Hittite, and Phrygia. Abraham, Jethro, Moses, Jesus, Cyrus the Great, and Mazdak are members of this sect.

The Ashkenazi wear a black hat, wear a red coat, and wear a bony-gray shirt. They are now known as Araami, Hawraami and Zaazaayi.

The third night is Aspandaran or the new crescent moon appearance.

Tonight the Khusrawayis or Ardinis celebrate because Gaurun kept his promise and justice was done and the White Moon appeared. On this night, people eat sweet white bread, which is very thin as a sign of freshness and thinness of the new moon crescent.

I have written about them and I will write more. The Khusrawaanis wore white dresses and wear green hats and wear black coats.They are now known as Sorani. Zarathustra,John the baptist, Maani and Sultaan Sahaak are members of this sect.

In the first day after the first Raazaan Mahra is born, who was seeing and hearing and whose hat was a symbol of wisdom, people eat watermelon to celebrate his birthday. In Kurdistan, watermelon is stored in a barn in the fall so that it does not rot.

And this day is the biggest ancient- mythological celebration of Kur Dilmun.

I have said before that the spread of the civilization of  Kur Dilmun around it, especially to the West, has followed a certain pattern and has spread according to that pattern. It is therefore not surprising that the Kur Dilmun language has spread to the shores of the Mediterranean. Consider that for thousands of years, humanity in this region has begun to expand its spheres of civilization. Thus, the Kur Dilmun civilization had ample opportunity to penetrate West and Central Asia.

And the core of this civilization are the Garduni or Dingirs, who are divided into two groups: Gautiuma and Lulumash ... they are Maagi and Paallu. That is, winemakers and bakers.

The winemakers were Magruni and the Paalluyis were Ardini. They are Warhraani and Khusrawaani or Maywaani(Razbaari) and Pardiwari( Ardawaani).

But these two groups are related to the servants of the first and third night of Raazaan, but on the second night, the Christmas-Savior star appears, which is a sign of wisdom. This group of Paalluyis is hatis or advisers called Hurrian in the Sumerian language. Hurri or Rukhi means watchman, observer, and guard. Thus, the Hurrianis(Khurami) are one of the three constituent groups of Dilmon culture and civilization.

But the Sumerians were some of the people of Kur Dilmun civilization who settled in southern Mesopotamia after the Great Flood and, following the example of this civilization, built 15 cities, all of which were located in the land of Kur Dilmun.

...On this night,the secend night of the first Raazaan, the three Maaywis(from Maay land, Magi) went to see Christ, and people eat Chara, a sweet nut. Waisa in Kurdish means savior ... and the star of savior is known as Mariwais or Chraa Wais meaning savior lamp. Gweze also means bulb of light or luminosity, which is the bright star of the savior. An interesting point is that almost fifteen years ago, the Iranian regime built an unused dam fifteen kilometers south of the Saqez city in Saqez-Baneh road. This dam drowned the village of Chrawais. This village belonged to Mir Cheragh Wais Zangna, who escaped from Shiraz and came to Saqez after genocide the family of Karim Khan Zand by the hand of Agha Muhamad Khan Qajar. Did fate bring him to this village? The village of the same name and the star of the savior shining above it? The farmlands of Kurdistan are often rainfed and this is a tradition of thousands of years, but why is the Iranian government building a dam on the rivers of this city? These dams are of no use and do not generate much electricity, but on the other hand, the regime says that we use nuclear energy to generate electricity, and the Iranian people suffered a lot from electricity shortages this summer ... Why Torment the Islamic State of Iran is related to the word the Savior? They have even changed the name of the Great Cyrus Dam to Shahid Kazemi! Why do the concepts that depend on Moses, Zarathustra, and Jesus scare this government?

Finally: The third night of the celebration is relevant to AspantaMaaynu, an Aspandaran ceremony .. people burn pewter and wear white clothes.

But let us not forget that at first Mitra was guided by the Kl to sacrifice the cow and shed its blood for activating the spirit of life.Therefore, intellect had potential in him, but its function is subject to the laws and commands set by God the Creator and it is the light of wisdom and knowledge that is manifested by the ear and the tongue and is summarized in three laws: good speech, good thought, and good behavior. So we can say that the celebration of the advent of the savior star, which is the bright lamp of Mahra and the whiteness of a sweet walnut, belongs to someone who is wise and sweet in speech and sweet in character ... The savior has a character with these beautiful attributes. He does not lie, he does not think darkly and his behavior is not inappropriate. Does a person who holds a sword and wants to reform the world by killing strangers and sinners have a mental and behavioral balance? Never! Can he be the bright light of wisdom and the gem of the night light of Mahra's hat? Never! Is he the manifestation of the messages of God the Creator to Mahra by the Kl? The same famous speech Kl: Gar Gar Gar !... Turn the wheel of life with wisdom, which is manifested in good words, thoughts, and deeds.

The Kl has the honor of sending a message to Mahra in the way of wisdom. Kl, Kal, Malkaa: the brilliant preacher ... The Kl is the symbol of Mik and Bianiaan.

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