Elves And Angels: The Shinning Ones

March 19, 2012 — 5 Comments
Elohim Creating Adam

Elohim Creating Adam (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today I was reading my new book that had arrived in the mail, it is another Laurence Gardner book. Its called Realm Of The Ring Lords. Only 25 pages in and I am in love with the book, I think it is possibly my favorite out of the previous two: Bloodline Of The Holy Grail and Genesis Of The Grail Kings. While reading I came upon a paragraph that reminded me of something I was thinking about some years earlier. I have been a fan of Lord Of The Rings since I could remember, specifically the elves. When I saw LOTRs on the big screen, something called out to my spirit, there was something about the elven people that struck a cord.

Why was I having such a reaction from the elven people in LOTRs? I always knew there was something more to elves, I have heard many people speak of big foot and Nessie but I could never make any kind of connection, I don’t doubt that they may exist or have existed but it just wasn’t something I myself felt any pull to. Now when it came to elves I felt something so strongly, and I always also knew that they weren’t little elves selling cookies from a tree house either. To me these elven people, just like in the movie, were sacred and of great wisdom, to me they were more then elves, they were the ancients. But now I see they go by so many names, Wise Ones, Wise Ones Of Eternity, Elves, Anunnaki, Elohim, Witches,…the list goes on and on.

The name Elohim according to Realm Of The Ring Lords is connected by the word El, El was used to identify a God or Lofty One, such as El Elyon and El Shaddai. El translates to the Shinning One (hence the blog description in the header) in Mesopotamia/Sumer. In Babylonia the derivative Ellu means Shinning One, as did Ilu in Akkad, and in Europe it became Ellyl in Wales, Aillil in Ireland, Aelf in Saxony and Elf in England. The book goes on to say that the Plural of El was Elohim, the same word that is used in old Bible texts to describe the Gods but was later mistranslated to conform to the Judaeo-Christian ‘One God‘ image.

Furthermore, in Gaelic Cornwall, in SW England, El was also the equivalent of the Anglo-Saxon engel and the old French angele which in English became Angel. The Shining ones of the Elohim (as indicated in Sumerian Writings from as far back as the 3rd millennium BC) were associated with the skies or with a high place described as An and often translated to mean Heaven (or the heavens). In this context the, the great gods or overlords of ancient Sumer were called the Anunnaki (Anun-na-ki meaning ‘Heaven came to earth’). Alternatively, they were the Anannage (An-anan-na-ge), the ‘Fiery great sons of heaven.

As discussed in my previous post here, the Anunnaki (Shinning ones/Fiery great sons of heaven) is reminiscent of the Seraphim who is commanded by Archangel Michael. Do angels ride spaceships? for that we can look to the old testament, as you have read so far, the Elohim were the Fiery Sons Of God or the Shinning ones who descended from a heavenly place (Anunnaki) and their description of “Fiery Ones” is the same given to that of the Seraphim:

Literally “burning ones”, the word seraph is normally a synonym for serpents (as I wrote in this post here the serpent symbol was used to denote great wisdom) when used in the Hebrew Bible. A seminal passage in the Book of Isaiah (6.1-8) used the term to describe fiery six-winged beings that fly around God’s throne singing “holy, holy, holy”. This throne scene, with its triple invocation of holiness (a formula that came to be known as the trisagion), profoundly influenced subsequent theology, literature and art. Its influence is frequently seen in works depicting angels, heaven and apotheosis. Seraphs are mentioned as celestial beings in an influential Hellenistic work, the Book of Enoch, and the Book of Revelation. Tradition places seraphs in the fifth rank of ten in the Jewish angelic hierarchy and the highest rank in the Christian angelic hierarchy.

Isaiah Chapter 6, verses 1 through 3, there is a reference to him having a vision of the lord seated on a throne: “In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord seated on a throne, and the train of his robe filled the temple. Above him were Seraphs, each with six wings, with two wings they covered their faces, with two they covered their feet, and with two they were flying. And they were calling to one another, holy, holy, holy is the Lord Almighty, the whole earth is full of his glory“.

The throne in the sky could be a reference to a great number of things but the most obvious would be a UFO. Its not hard to imagine divine beings, perhaps of light, descending from the heavens (Anu) and imparting their great wisdom to man. In Norse mythology, there are light elves and dark elves which is very similar to the Angels of light and the Fallen Angels as well as the faction of Anunnaki who sided with Enlil who wanted to keep mankind ignorant and those who sided with Enki who wanted to enlighten mankind and make humans more in their image meaning, with great intelligence and wisdom. Snorri in the Prose Edda states that the light elves dwell in Álfheim while the dark elves dwell underground.

Here are some other similarities:
In Old Norse mythology, men could after death be elevated to the status of Elves after death. (I have heard from various lightworkers that eventually when we pass on we can become Angels of light again).

Crossbreeding was possible between elves and humans in the Old Norse belief. The human queen who had an elvish lover bore the hero Högni, and the elf-woman who was raped by Helgi bore Skuld, who married Hjörvard, Hrólfr Kraki’s killer. The saga of Hrolf Kraki adds that since Skuld was half-elven, she was very skilled in witchcraft (seiðr), and this to the point that she was almost invincible in battle. When her warriors fell, she made them rise again to continue fighting. The only way to defeat her was to capture her before she could summon her armies, which included elvish warriors. (This is much like the biblical story in which the Angles mate with the daughters of men).

“There is one place there that is called the Elf Home (Álfheimr which is the elven city). People live there that are named the light elves (Ljósálfar). But the dark elves (Dökkálfar) live below in earth,in caves and the dark forest and they are unlike them in appearance – and more unlike them in reality. The Light Elves are brighter than the sun in appearance, but the Dark Elves are blacker than pitch.” (Snorri, Gylfaginning 17, Prose Edda) (This obviously depicts the light elves who live in a place of light and beauty, like heaven which is within, and the dark elves live below the Earth or in hell, hell like heaven when used in this context, is not an actual place but a state of being, it is being in ignorance and in defiance of ones natural state of being which is love).

Enki was said to have been the serpent who gave Adam and Eve wisdom directly disobeying Enlil who wanted the opposite, thus in church doctrine Enki was transformed in to an evil snake who was known as Lucifer/Satan or ‘the dragon‘. The word dragon means draco, but more specifically means drakon, said to mean ‘Serpent‘. The word is apparent in edrakon-an unqualified past tense of derkesthai: ‘to see clearly‘-and is equivalent to nahash, the biblical Hebrew for ‘serpent‘. However, this Semitic word (from the consonantal stem NHSH) actually related to a threshold of understanding and meant ‘to decipher’ or ‘find out‘. The serpent was therefor one who saw clearly and it was held that clarity of vision engendered wisdom. Thus the serpent was considered to be a wise seer. In the Hebrew bible anything of the sort is cleverly also seen as evil although permission is granted to priests:

Deuteronomy 18:10-12 clearly forbid any acts of divination, describing them as something detestable to God, and Leviticus 19:26 says “You must not practice either divination or soothsaying”, but Exodus 28 gives members of the priestly class the use of the Urim and Thummim to divine the will of Yahweh before times of sacrifice.

One would think something so wicked and evil would not be allowed period. But church indoctrination has us believing that it is simply us, the common man who should be forbidden from doing such things because we are without understanding and God has not chosen us to preach which also forbids us from using our God given abilities. But like one of the first shinning ones, Enki wanted to teach us the opposite and wanted to show us the truth about us and about our Loving God, the creator of all things. Enki shaped man in the image of the Elohim/Anunnaki/Elves etc in order for us to become illuminated beings and remember our creator, so that we too would be as Gods, not be Gods but “Be As Gods and this angered those who wanted to “Be Gods”.


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