by William Henry
from WilliamHenry Website
It is a
fact that virtually all of the great gods of myth sail in a ship,
though no one has yet offered a theory to account for the many
unusual traits of this celestial vehicle, which is constantly
portrayed as a serpent moving across the waters of the sky or as a
ship that turns into a bearded serpent man once it moors on
The Mayans tell us that in 2012 a ‘serpent rope’ is going to emerge from the center of our Milky Way galaxy out of which will step a bearded god of enlightenment. John Major Jenkins has proposed, and I agree, that the archaic term ‘serpent rope’ is interchangeable with the modern scientific term ‘wormhole’ or ‘stargate’, i.e. a tunnel that links two regions of space.
For more on the stargates of the gods read
Oracle of The Illuminati.
Since a light year is the distance which light travels in one year
(a little under six trillion miles), this implies that the one-way
transit time for an interstellar communication from the nearest
civilization will be some 300 years.
Dr. Paul Davies, writing in
Scientific American, notes that here are two possible types of
wormholes; natural occurring ones that are the after-effects of the
Big Bang and sub atomic wormholes that must be pried open with
In this quest I am grateful for the work of David Talbott, who authoritatively assembled and compared Sumerian and Egyptian serpent-ship symbolism.
Mayan prophecy says a ladder will emerge from the center of our Milky Way galaxy in 2012.
From out of the ladder will emerge the serpent rope carrying the god Nine Wind (‘Quetzalcoatl’).
From the Codex Vindobonensis
The symbol for the source of the serpent rope matches the Babylonian symbol
for the Sun and the logo for the Holy Grail found on the tombstone of
William St. Clair at Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland.
Each of these is the same as the Buddhist Dharma Wheel of Time.
Zecharia Sitchin assigns the
Nibiru of Sumerian mythology.
French mystic Rene Guenon says it is the Flaming Sword at the gate
to Eden. In between the pages of these two scholars we may find
It was the “creator of grain and herbs who causes vegetation to
sprout… who opened the wells (whales), apportioning the waters of
abundance” -- the “irrigator of Heaven and Earth.”
“Ferry, ford”; “ferry boat”; “(act of) ferrying” are also
definitions of Nibiru. This is the very same definition of
E.A. rides the serpent ship “of the antelope of the Apsu (cosmic ocean).”
And becomes it in the depiction below.
is often depicted on Akkadian seals being transported in his boat.
The prow of the boat on this shell seal from Tell Asmar
ends in the figure of a bearded god or demon holding a forked punt-pole.
The bearded serpent is E.A.
Oriental Museum, Chicago.
Compare the Akkadian image of the serpent ship with the Egyptian image from the Book of the Dead.
Both portray the serpent ship riding on another serpent.
A ship constituted by a double-headed serpent sailing on the back of a second serpent.
Egyptian sources similarly identify this as the cosmic serpent as the watery “pathway” traversed by the boat.
Egyptian Book of the Dead, for example, describes the ship sailing
over the “back” of the serpent-dragon Apepi.
In details from two illustrations in the Book of the Dead we see that the serpent ship (the ‘wormhole’), in the form of a double serpent, rests upon the world mountain or Primeval Hill, presented in the first instance as a supporting stand or pillar and in the second as a column of water.
Featured on this ship is the Stairway to Heaven , the mythological flight of steps . The connection between the ship and the Stairway is made in the Egyptian word khet, which means “steps” and also “ship’s mast”.
The mast of the ship is the Stairway to Heaven, because the ship itself is the conduit between Earth and Heaven.
The pictographic evidence is complemented by the texts, which show
that the subject is a revolving ship, traversing a circle around the
summit of the cosmic pillar or world mountain (i.e., the mount
serves as the axis of the ship’s revolution):
Two herons watch over the Ark with stairs perched on a pillar. The four ‘winds’ of Horus sit beneath them.
As we can see, the Sumerian, Egyptian and Mayan symbolism portrays the same concept. The serpent ship of the gods transforms into a bearded serpent man on earth.