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Author: Unknown

Form/Genre: Epic Poem

Publication Date: Circa 2100 BC

Origin: Mesopotamia

Synopsis: Set in the Mesopotamian city of Uruk around 2750 BCE, the story focuses on a historical king named Gilgamesh. 835 more words


A Serpent Steals the Plant of Immortality in the Eleventh Tablet of the Epic of Gilgamesh


” … When Uta-Napishtim had finished the story of the Deluge, he said to Gilgamish, “Now, as touching thyself; who will gather the gods together for thee, so that thou mayest find the life which thou seekest? 543 more words

E.A. Wallis Budge

Death is the Fate of Mankind in the 10th Tablet of the Epic of Gilgamesh


“In the region to which Gilgamish had come stood the palace or fortress of the goddess Siduri, who was called the “hostess,” or “ale-wife,” and to this he directed his steps with the view of obtaining help to continue his journey. 981 more words

E.A. Wallis Budge

The Friendship of Enkidu and Gilgamesh, the 2d Tablet of the Epic of Gilgamesh

” … When Enkidu saw the beasts forsake him his knees gave way, and he could not run as of old; but when he came to himself he returned to the harlot. 339 more words

E.A. Wallis Budge

Gilgamesh Y'gol Transphinx

Todos na Casa Y’gol, dentro da Gens Transphingis, descendem de Oscar de Almeidas, ou Gui (Gilgamesh Y’golonac Transphinx) e/ou Sephie Nightpreydator Y’gol.

O Selo Y’gol é uma raposa de nove caudas e cabeça humana dividida em masculina e feminina (similar ao deus Janus). 198 more words


[NB] Tammuz and St. George

This mourning for Tammuz/Damuzi thing…Okay, let me run through some stuff.

There is a quote that comes from a tenth-century manuscript, Nabatean Agriculture, that contains much useful information. 851 more words