The Rusnet tells me the one who published the first German translation of the Epic of Gilgamesh, Alfred Jeremias, claimed that Abraham was a Sumerian. Jeremias has dozens of books on that ancient region of the world, only a couple translated to English. Died before the Great Deluge (1935).

Let’s just start with the basics. Cuneiform is like the Roman script in that multiple languages are written in it. Sumerian, Akkadian, Urartian, Elamite, Old Persian, among others were written in Cuneiform. Most of it is in Akkadian.

Some initial similarities from the Rusnet

Why does no one care about the earliest writings of humanity? What secrets are here?

“We’re going to rape and pillage your society no matter what you discover about us.” I just like to know history. Why did they have to move in the first place?

Here’s how they see it

The story goes that there was a famine. I wonder what the details are about that. Were they incompetent governors from their very beginning? Then, people didn’t like them in Egypt either, I wonder why.

“You’ve got to be kidding me” noises

It’s possible they traveled to their “home” of Israel in the first place because they were “found out” in Sumer. People knowing about that wouldn’t be good for the Zionist cause, now would it? Watch, this Heather Lynn “jumped” out of a window. Beginnings matter. It shapes what a people thinks about itself. 90% of the tablets haven’t been translated…? Something suspicious there.

Where is a PDF of this??

This is another factor- it’s not all in museums

People watch Indiana Jones instead of caring about this kind of thing? The first writings are the beginning of the “life of the mind”. Why do I even have to say this?

Let’s not even bring up the Neanderthal question here.

This is from a conspiracy-looking book of Lynn’s – this seems plausible though

Corporate elites are routinely purchasing and stealing the cultural heritage of vulnerable populations. Don’t be fooled if some of these artifacts do end up in exhibits. The scholars who are permitted to examine them are a select few from an approved network.

This is about a museum during the Iraq War

Lynn does not seem to touch on the JQ in this book, unsurprisingly.

15,000 items were stolen

It is the only museum in the world where you can trace the earliest development of human culture—technology, agriculture, art, language and writing—in just one place.

“”We”” invaded Iraq on March 19th, 2003. The museum was looted from April 8th to the 12th. Troops “arrived to protect it” on the 16th. Lynn claims they purposely did not secure the museum.

A marine named Bogdanos has a book called Thieves of Baghdad if you want to look into this. Thinking in my usual cynical way I wonder if a certain crime family saw their origins in any of these artifacts.

Over 5000 of these sorts of things were stolen

What did HE know about all this?

I haven’t even asked the MENAnet about any of this yet.

Here is that marine for now though

from the moment we discovered the breached wall I had no doubt we were dealing with an inside job.

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