vendredi 25 février 2011


Does the Past announce the Future?

"... Alone was Enki left :
only by the thoughts of his heart was he accompanied.
How it all began and how it thus far ended,
he sat and pondered.
Was it all destined, or was it fate by this and that decision fashioned ?
If Heaven and Earth by cycles within cycles regulated,
What had happened will again occur ?
Is the Past - the Future ?
Will the Earthlings the Anunnaki emulate,
will Earth relive Nibiru ?
Will he the first to arrive, the last to leave be ?
Beseiged by thoughs, Enki a decision made :
All the events and decisions, starting with Nibiru to this day on Earth
To put in a record, a guide to future generations to become :
Let posterity at a time by destiny designated,
The record read, the Past remember,
the Future as prophecy understand
Let the Future of the Past the judge be !"
14e tablette
Lost Book of Enki - Z. Sitchin - Bear and Co

(Lost Book - Z. Sitchin - Bear and Co) 
The narrative of the human epic through the experience of the gods Anunnakis leads to the reflection on the distinction between "destiny" and "fate".
As I have explained it frequently, the term "fate" is inappropriate here, but there is no other word at disposal.
If "fate" is only pejorative in French, it also carries a positive meaning in English…. as in the comments of Enki.

Zecharia Sitchin explains us that at the very beginning, already on Nibiru, the decisions made by the Council of Gods chaired by Anu were considered as destiny, because irrevocable and unchangeable.
They were NAM or destiny. That's why the destiny is compared even identified to the orbit of a planet. We cannot modify it at will. Also, a divine decision cannot fashion itself or modulate according to the moods of the moment or of punctual circumstances. Or the anarchy would prevail.
Thus, by extension, destiny is Law, destiny makes Law.
Divine law.

Fate, by opposition, is " freely " granted decision. It’s revocable, improvable, modifiable, can be adjusted……… as possible.
It is NAM.TAR, literally which can be "broken".
Fate is good or bad, carrying blessings or pains.
An example? You are late. Or you accept it and you prepare yourself to be lectured by your boss, or you panic, burn a red light and it is the crash! Brought to the hospital, you have got some bruises or remain paralyzed. Either you will be even more late than planned, or all your life is spoiled and that of your family with. All this, because at first you do not assume to confront your boss.
But look, it is here that fate becomes unstable in its understanding. What you thought being a terrible mistake allows you to meet in the hospital the right man or woman of your life!
The famous Evil for Good. The crash becomes destiny. And no more fate.
Enki explains it very well: what the Anunnakis took for the management of their free will, their choices, their decisions, then turned out to be destiny.
Enki whose attitude is rebellious, indomitable, misunderstood by his own family, becomes afterwardlegitimized by the appearance of Galzu and thus destiny.

(I deeply advise you to look the American TV show “Dead Zone”, inspired by Stephen King's book. This show, episode after episode, season after season, dismantles perfectly the mechanism of fate and destiny.
Ask to yourself that question of which answer leads to an eternal debate: you see a child drowning, what do you do? You run to save him, sure. The child becomes later the worst murderer. To have saved him makes happen years later, the death of tens of innocent victims. Maybe destiny wanted his death to save the future victims. By taking place, you oppose destiny and activate fate. But, if you had let the child drown, how would you feel after? And what about the legal consequences? How to act? By saving the child, for sure. But, with the eyes of destiny, who carries the true liability of the death of the victims? The murderer, of course. But.... the one who intervened in the choice of " the soul " cannot be considered as innocent. He shares the responsibility. Yes. “Is violent, the one who changes the course of destiny ", said a big yogi.) 

Once this well understood, something more subtle appears in our consciousness.
Enki, always pioneer, engages the debate with the Anunnakis then with the humans. A fundamental point.

If destiny cannot be changed, consequently it can being PREDICT.
Because it is CYCLIC. Exactly as the orbit of a planet. According to its running and rotation, it is easy to know where and when this planet will cross such part of our solar system. (Think of the ephemerides).
From there is born the foundation of the approach of Enki for the world: the future is hidden in the past. In the past nests the future.
What has happened will still happen, and " the First Thing " will be " the Last Thing ".
That the Bible, so-called "revealed", had copied in :
" The first ones will be the last ones, and the last ones the first ones ".
Does it mean that we shall live a new Big Calamity ?
Yes, the risk is there if we do nothing to thwart the coming disaster. But the recurrence evokes a spiral of which the effects relieve and ease little by little.

On the contrary, fate, which ensues from decisions sometimes made hastily by the gods and\or the human beings, turns out to be by definition UNPREDICTABLE. Because NON-CYCLIC.
That's why astrology, tarots and other divinatory methods fail in dead end.
It is enough to move a tiny detail, by decision made with second thought or under instigation of anger or despair, to change sometimes forever, the puzzle of our individual lives. Nobody can predict how a human being will react at some point in front of a "fortuitous" situation.

Furthermore, a bad decision leads to another, destiny goes away more and more until to disappear from our consciousness, until to make us wandering to ourselves. We do not any more who we are and what we have to do on Earth. That’s fate.
Not only.
Very fortunately, fate is also to rescue, to give up a destructive ambition by altruism or love, to give care to weaker persons? Fate (= us ) makes a better world, more "livable, less frightening.

Page 8 of The Lost Book of Enki, Zecharia Sitchin reports this:
" The day before the Big Calamity, during the council of Annunakis, Enki was the sole to fight the idea of using nuclear weapons to destroy the famous Tower of Babel (see post on Marduk 1,2 and 3)because he knew that it would turn into a disaster. He warned the council repeatedly, in vain. Ninourta, first-born of Enlil and Nergal, second- born of Enki, were sacred " suppliers of death ".

Still more important, Enki was the sole to take time to explain to the surviving human beings of the disaster how the epic of brilliant extraterrestrial gods and gifted with incredible powers had been able to turn into destruction and why.
Then, who, otherwise Enki would have been able to dictate the Lost Book?

Who would have had, otherwise him, the courage to acknowledge the mistakes of the gods, including his own weaknesses, of which the human beings have also paid the price?
Who, otherwise Enki, would have been able to conceive the idea to list, with the most drastic righteousness, the chronological progress of the facts in order that it does not reproduce any more?
And because, Mankind has the right to know?
Please go back to the message concerning the fascinating dialogue established between Enki and his scribe. Where the notion of destiny and fate is given again. Inevitable.
Once more time the Bible copied the acts and comments of Enki when he says to his scribe:

" Write my words on these tablets that then you will seal 
Then pass on this teaching to the others 
so that they know who is their God
and what happened ".

By dealing with the past, still says Sitchin, Enki perceives the future.
The chronicle of the events dictated by Enki in the Lost Book becomes the base of any Prophecy.
The Past becomes the Future.

The discovery then the integration of the Lost Book of Enki changed my life.
Suddenly, I discovered a " true God ". THE true one.
The one who has been many times copied, plagiarized, imitated or still held in contempt, condemned, denied.
Our real Father.

Those who have suffered a lot in their life know that the suffering, if it opens the heart and leads towards wisdom, also takes away from inconsequence and feverish enthusiasms. Ecstasy or naivety are not acceptable here. Time is missing. The ego becomes tired of the unpredictable, the mess which generates indefatigably repeated mistakes.
A big ang long work on the self, an ever denied quest, an always current research brought me towards Him.

Everything got clearer. These questions that the so-called "Holy Scriptures" have never answered - and for reason, found appropriate answers.
The integrity of which Enki is pure example, his strength, his imperturbable calm, his infinite love amazed me. He acts, he is pragmatic, opened, loving.
Yes, Enki answers the right demands, understands the prayers. Was he not in Egypt " Ptah-who-heards-the-prayers "?

Enki gives us in The Lost Book, an essential teaching for the personal management of our lives.
Do not afraid of the change, but do not provoke it excessively.
Destiny and fate destiny often fight, but destiny always win. The important meetings with destinycannot fail.

Nowadays, many people think that the soul before the embodiment made a commitment to realize a life plan, as when we join a specific program at the university or in some specialized school.
Once been born, the mental human forgets these commitments and these choices and goes away from these. They became unconscious.
Our heart, him, knows most of the time, what we have to do and why, but we do not listen him. Appealed towards certain experiences, certain situations, certain persons, none of these are coincidences or chance. Destiny tries to remind us of these.
For some people, destiny is synonym of luck. No.
Because destiny leads to tests and inevitable pains. But our path, our vocation, our " since I was young "...... Yes.
Destiny is what is WRITTEN.

Destiny is not either, as others can believe it, the " inner god ", the "will of beyond the self ", the Consciousness, this "hand" which helps us in the difficult moments, which enlightens us, which soothes us. No, in any case, not only. Really, Destiny is beyond the ego or beyond the " inner god ".
Destiny is divine, cosmic will, the will of Life.

Today spirituality, New-Age and others, hold us the following speech: (that's why I use again the terms of destiny and fate).
"As long as we follow our path, our lives are relatively saved from misfortunes and tests. Sure, we can break our wrist or catch a good flu, but finally, we escape degenerative diseases, operations of the last chance, and premature deaths of our loved ones, poverty or crime.
If we compare our lives to others, " things are getting rather well ".
When we remain loyal in our commitment, become unconscious, and thus to our destiny, we do not need fate (in the french negative meaning) to get back on track.
But if we got lost on some detoug, then, the Destiny (our Consciousness) has no other choice than to invoke Fate.
Disasters, blows of fate, everything collapses in our lives, the law of series.
Some people think that fate is our guide who, exhausted at trying to make us listen to reason, uses the big means.

This perception of fate is erroneous, or at least incomplete. It is tinged with the "New-Age " hope which wants to persuade us that our Consciousness gets involved in everything , all the time, for our biggest comfort or profit. WRONG.
It has to justify the bad happening in our lives, because everything is "beautiful and magnificent in the best of the worlds" for New-age people. They do not even think that they avoid the everyday life more than they progress!

Fate = free will
Free will = consequences that make sense . That one, generally, we understand it.
If we leave the city for the countryside, we choose it. For the peace, the tranquility and the pure air. We do not imagine that other consequences, more unpleasant than our city life, could result from it! The boredom, the depression, the difficulty of integration making other effects as a divorce, the return in the city, to start all over again. And what say about the feeling of failure, the anger and the lack of self-confidence which will last for a moment ? What a domino effect !
What seemed beautiful and good at the beginning, turns into a nightmare!
How many times have we seen or experienced it!

Naturally, everything is not so simple.
Many misfortunes occur in our lives that are on no account of our fact. What Enki indeed confirms us.
The Gods can misjudge a situation.
Or fight.
(For example, Enki fights Jehovah for his hardness, his intolerance, his regime of terror. Moreover Jehovah is not a god as such, but an astral entity). 
And the people can become stakes, battlefields, victims.

But whatever God about whom we speak, all have a common point however: they hate lukewarmness, indifference, neutrality.
For those, big misfortune is waiting.
It is necessary to choose one’s camp.
Tolerance or tyranny?
Massacres or compassion ?
Self-respect or surrender?

To summarize:
Destiny is for what you were embodied, what you came for, to make and to learn on Earth. Your sex, your race, your family. All this does not change.
Fate is your room for free will, for making decisions, for choices in the big perimeter of Destiny.
If Fate is compatible with Destiny, everything gets well. If your choices, thus fate, take you away fromdestiny, the troubles begin.

So the Gods are powerless themselves in front of Destiny especially when provoked by Fate, the course of destiny bends. It takes a long time to get back on track.
Therefore, the consequences will be unexpected and sometimes devastating.
As Enki tells this in “The Lost Book of Enki”.

But he also offers us the knowledge which we need, because he is the one who carries the Light, Prometheus.