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History of Kurdistan

 The Last part

Written by Azad Karimi

Understanding basically why an underground spark intersects with a celestial spark and fights and defeats it and takes his means of flight 

History of Kurdistan

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 The Last part

Written by Azad Karimi

 

Understanding basically why an underground spark intersects with a celestial spark and fights and defeats it and takes his means of flight(chariot) and with him ascends to the sun, the source of eternal light and energy, we find that the source of all light, heat, and fiery sparks, both in the depths of the earth and in the sky, is from the sun and this explains why the Mahra and the Tir fight at the bottom of a  lake called Shirin.

After the battle and defeat of Ashurla by MaarTaus (Mahra, Mallka, Mikal), he looks at the moon and the sun and illuminates them. And this is the beginning of night and day. But why this land? Because this land has a stable degree of the horizon all year round. This is the equilibrium point of the earth.

With all these details, it is clear that the spark in the water ionizes the water and creates a ground for chemical interactions, and it is through this activation that the creation of living beings and human beings is realized. Water is therefore the source of life, and water is the boundary between the Bunawar (the creature) and Giaanlabar (the being).

The life-giving manifestation of water is in Khuzrue or Rashko, which is in the form of a snake that drinks from the pool (Aawjin). This pool belongs to Khat Zindu (living server) and the guardian god of this pool is the  Anahita(Venus) and is located in the constellation Virgo(Aawjin).

But before this fight between Mahra and Tir, Mahra kills the Gol Charmu (Cow, moon cow) with a dagger. This event takes place in the constellation Scorpio. It is important to the origin of this cow, and what happens after this sacrifice.

The quality of this white cow is not like a cloud caused by water vapor. This cow is made of methane gas and when the energy of methane gas is released, electricity is produced which is manifested in the form of sparks.

Thus, the potential energy of the gas, known in the Mithraic literature as Gauron or Auron, Zauron, Khauron, Khausruun, Khuozruun, and Zi ud Khudra or Zi ud Surra is the life-giving spirit that causes plants, animals, and humans to form on Earth.

The life-giving energy of Gauron, which is static energy and potential carries methane gas, At one point in the body of the cow (right eye of the cow) where it pond located, The kinetic energy of the celestial spark strikes the static energy, causing the water of the pond to vibrate and generate heat and this heat releases energy, and this energy appears in the form of a gas and immediately manifested in a fire, that it has a red light and the guardian deity of the planet Mars, Khuzrua, Khuzmaar, Maarzukh, Markhuz, Maardukh (Maaraaw or Baaraam), cares about. This fire, which emanates from a boiling spring ( Mahr and Tir fighting place), is located on the hill of the new moon or crescent, which is taken care of by the guardian god of the moon, the Nannar (crescent moon).

Waraam or Maaraaw fire is thrown from the furnace of Marduk, the god of hot and cold groundwater, to the surface of the earth. The red color of this fire is the nature of the planet Mars and is manifested in red May (grape wine in the form of a single boar or a boar of the vanguard of the Mahr army (Gaurun, Khaurun, Karuna). In Kurdish, man is called Mariv or mrov because it is the manifestation of the soul of Maaraaw(Marduk or Zi Ud Khudra). The nature of the red color of Mars is masculinity and war and confrontation (Marutash, Marautaus, Mahrutus, Sukhurmash in Pisces sign), and the red nature of Maay is the awakening of the spirit of life in the moonlight (Maayurun, Yimata, Tashmash, Tashmaay, Takhmaay, Tahamaay). This moonlight is caused by the spark of the peacock. It means the joy and vitality of being a hero or heroism. The nature of this part of the earth, the hill of the moon, which is located in the constellation of Mahr, is justice and freedom.

This firey pool is located in the eye of the cow. The look of this cow is towards the sun. Sunlight shines on this spring and warms and illuminates it. The celestial spark of the Izad Tir, which is thunder or Tigran or Chihran, pours rain into the Duzin-Zindu pool, There, it combines with the spark created from the soil of Sheshki Nannar rock in the ground, creating fiery water with light and heat, and comes to the surface of the earth with pressure. The material of the Sheshki Nannar is the White Spinel and how interesting it is that white in the Latin word spinel means white and nel means llaall, which in Kurdish is called spi llaall or Shaalalli, and in the Sumerian language, the Sheshki is the same description for the new moon crescent, which is white, is like a white spinel.

As I said, the first spark of the light of this fire that has been emitted from Mehra's eyes goes to the sky through this fiery pool through the eye of a cow. These lights shine one on Mars and one on the moon, illuminating Mars and the moon. The moon is a celestial body whose activities are closely related to the earth and the sun and causes the day and night to be counted. Being between the earth and the sun, the moon prevents the sun from constantly shining on a point on the earth.

The first rays (shishki, tishk) were emitted by Mahr from the earth and from the fire of Baaraam on the moon's hill. Because Mahr created a fire by fighting Izad Sur(Tir) in the pool deep in the earth, and this fire came to the surface of the earth and its light hit the moon and Mars, and the new moon crescent appeared and Mars turned red.

 

This event created the calendar on Earth and created a border between day and night. This event took place on the night of December 21st, following the struggle of the Spenay Maay no( the lightness of the new moon) and the Graana Maay no (the darkness of the new moon) of the twin children of Khusrua (Zu-urun, eternal life, Khuzrue) and with the victory of the Spenay Maay no over the Graana Maay no.

In this way, counting the number of repetitions of the moon's situations -positions and its shapes in the sky and the rising and setting of the sun and the seasons created the science of numbers, which engineering, physics, mathematics, algebra, trigonometry, architecture, and astronomy are the result of number science. So the moon is the perfect embodiment of science for man. Hence the moon and its study is the boundary between cognition and ignorance, science and backwardness, and the boundary between darkness and light. Because at the night the sun does not appear, the moon shines and it is the light of the night and its light is from the sun because it breaks the darkness of the night.

 

The fountain of life or Zinduin in (the cow's eye area) is ionized (Tirtaus, Tush Tir, Toshtara, Tartush, Khushatara) by the effects of rain ( Tir-in, Tiraawa, Intara, Indara, the celestial water of Izad Tir) and the spark of rays Taus (Shishki Nannar, spark of white spinel) in this water (Tush-in, In- Tash, Shit-in), it creates a fire of Baaraam (Aawra Gashe, Awra Khusha) which is on the hill of Izad Moon (Shushki, Shukshi, Shukzi, Baarika, Chaawa, Crescent The fortress of Kharuna Shkuza (Arianim Waicha, Chawi Nannar, Chawi Mannar)of Shuz in the land of Shipta ulzi (Haft Kal, Haft Kollma, seven crescent of new moon on sitting lion ) which has four gates is known as Kardonia or Tir's chariot. Because it corresponds to the sun, and the Dnyaas (worlds or planets) of the moon, Mercury, Venus, and Mars have a physical - astronomical effect on the phenomena of this strange hill. This city is known as Charkho because Izad Tir's chariot was located in this city in Paak or Apaak Mountain.

 

As a child, from time to time we would light a fire and go around it and sing: "This is our joyful fire, we don't give it to strange people..." In this simple poem, there is a worldview and heroes with hearts full of hope and desire. They were killed besides the walls of my city to keep this fire. If you go to Khorsabad in Mosul and look at the paintings in that cave, you will be shocked by fear and terror, because in some scenes you encounter the murder of the people of this city by some Assyrian kings. Kishe Sim, Shkuda, Shukuza ... Baaraam (Mars)Fire City.

 

It is the first inhabited city in the history of mankind. This land is the residence of the beloved Enlil and Aanu, Maardukh, Dumuzid Sya , Aster, Bl, and Enki.

Enlil, the son of Aanu and the father of Nannar and Ninill's wife, placed his hand between the earth and the sky to prepare the earth for creation.

Numerous mythical kings ruled the city for hundreds of thousands of years. The last of them is Zi Ud Sudra or Eli Khdrsha. Enki-Chir or the God of water and creation and craftsmanship ordered him to build a ship and save himself and his chosen ones from the great storm. Water boiled from the countless springs of this city and the ship fell on the water.

 Then a big storm happened. After seven days and nights, the storm ended and the waters sank to the ground. Then the sun appeared. Zi Ud Sudra disembarked from the ship and fell to the ground in front of Enlil and Anu, sacrificing cattle and sheep. They gave him eternal life and place him next to themselves in Kur Dilmun.

Kur Dilmun is the land of four gates or Chaardari. There is the paradise of the Chirs(Gods, Izads, Myths). This city was the most brilliant center of civilization and trade in the ancient world according to ancient Sumerian texts.

Kur means gathering place or city and Kur Kur Naairi means two cities of Nairi or Aruna or Gaurun, Zaurun which includes two earthly and underground cities of Nanar Shkuz or Arunim Waacha.

In the history of Djzira Botaan (Cizre), it is said that the ship Zi Ud Sudra landed on Mount Judi after the storm. This mountain is located in Turkish Kurdistan and is close to the Turkish border with Iraq and Syria. There is a place of natural stone on Mount Judi, which is in the form of a map of the land of Israel. According to Hebrew tradition, Noah or Zi Ud Sudra and his companions landed on the Djzir or Djziraa Botaan, even in the city there is a place called Noah's tomb. Of course, there is a place of worship and an altar, not the tomb of Noah ... This is not mentioned in the Hebrew holy texts. The Djizr city is the birthplace of the Guti civilization, which I have written about in detail in previous articles. The Gutians, the Hurrians, and the Elupians, due to their social role, re-established civilizations in the Mesopotamia and Zagros, and these states emerged from them:

Mittani, Subari, Ashnoon, Kashi, Urartu, Nairi, Mannean, Hittite, Assyrian, Sumerian, Medes, Ashkan-Parthian, and Sassanid.

In the last parts of this article, I would like to reveal the secret that Kur Dilmun means the city of boar. The boar is a symbol of  Waaraam or Mars. I said before that Kur means cross, yes I was right. Rotating cross ... means Charkh or wheel, Shahr or city ...  the workplace and human activity.

But what is the relationship between the moon and Mars in this city? Nannar is the son of Enlil, the guardian of the moon. He is the fundament of Paallu or Enlil Pillar. Gaurun is the guardian of time. His manifestation is the boar or the planet Mars. The Holy Fire or Aayaraan i Kaawi (Fire of Kaawa / Cow), which is located in Kharuna Kimaaw (Khaawaran i Koma, the East Torch, the East Fire), is the land of the East mentioned in the Bible. ShaarWaraaz or The city of boar is the name of one of the Sassanid kings.

The rotating cross symbol is painted on a Samarra bowl and is in the Berlin Museum ... All of these names are related to the city of Saqez. The boar or Mars, which is the red planet, is the spirit of wine and the symbol of heroism. The spirit of wine is May, Maay, or Maad or the Medes later became the nickname of the kingdom of Mad and Mittani. Maay is the same Jamshid Shah who invented Nawruz.

The heroes of this city were called Ashkana. They called themselves Darwesh or dervish and Palluwaan or followers of Paallu. The Torah calls them Ashkenaz. Rostam i Zaall is one of the Ashkenazi heroes.

Zarathustra the prophet and Cyrus the Great are from this land and Avesta says that Hushidar or Shuidar, Darwesh emerges from this land. He will liberate this land from the followers of the devil and liberate the people of his land.

Paallu was the title of Enlil, meaning the pillar and support of the poor and oppressed. The Ashkenaz were known as Kashu or Shukashshu or Kashitt and Kushi and Koushshi meaning deadly, crescentic, and defeating enemies.

In 633 AD, the Muslims invaded the Middle East from Saudi Arabia and captured Kurdistan as well as the city of Holy Fire or Iranshahr.

The Muslim Arabs destroyed all the temples related to this religion and extinguished the fire temples.

However, by converting the most people of Kurdistan to Islam, the national customs and traditions of these people were preserved and they were able to protect themselves from the storm of events.

But the destruction of the temples of the Mehranis had no effect on the faith of the people of Kurdistan. The pre-Islamic religions all had historical roots in Kurdistan, and the teachings of the Zi Ud Sudra   Shurupaak Gaubaru(the  Khaawaraan Kaawi Eli-Khaas or Aayeran Kaywa) were the basis of their belief in God ...

In the year 1988, under the pretext of creating a war shelter for the people, the Revolutionary guards destroyed this ancient hill in the center of the city, emptied its soil, and took it to an unknown place ... They also sold the place to the people and the people built a few houses there.

After Islam, the Kurds had many local governments. But the Mongols, Turkmen, Ottomans, and Safavids played a major role in changing the demographics of this land.

In 1919, the Kurdish land was divided between several countries and the city of Holy Fire is now in Iran.

Finally, I must say that the image below is the Samarra bowl, which is a relic from the time of Sumer. /. The life of this bowl dates back to six thousand years ago. Another example of this bowl has been discovered in Armenia. In this bowl, the rotating cross (Khurra Baraaz or city of boar, charkho or wheel, Khaawaraan or east), MaarTaaws (Mitra, Mahra, Mikal, Mallka), the number of months of the year (twelve fish), the seasons of the year, the days and nights of the year, as well as Angara Minu and Spanta Minu the pictures are drawn.

Hitler stole the symbol of the revolving cross and this holy cross became a symbol of Nazism ... He killed millions of European Ashkenazis while this cross was a symbol of their historical identity ...

However, this city was the land of creation and no one knows what will happen in the future, but this city will last forever. May God protect it and its holy fire will be manifested in our faith in the truth and God the Creator, be sure that Darwesh i Ashkenazi will appear ... He will liberate his land under the protection of God. Amen!

Yours Sincerely : Azad Karimi!