MardukRevelation 10:5 Then the angel I had seen standing on the sea and on the land raised his right hand to heaven.

In ancient Eastern cultures and in the Old Testament, the sea was associated with chaos and darkness. In the New Testament, we find darkness and chaos represented by the word “abyss. ” It is out of this darkness and chaos of the abyss which the ordered universe would someday arise in the form of light and truth. It is from the East where the Sun/Son and light rises where we get these stories such as angel standing on the sea such as told in Revelations that have been passed down to us in ancient mythology and the bible.

The sea represents CHAO or DARKNESS and the angel of the sea who is the Sun/Son would represent ORDO or LIGHT.

We can see this represented in every Freemasonic lodge that faces the East towards the rising sun. These are the agents of Chaos that wield the sword of ORDO AB CHAO. It is the Freemasons and Templars that are the custodians of the truth and light who conceal these esoteric teachings from the profane. This my Brothers and Sisters is as clear as the rising sun in the morning light. For without darkness veiling the truth, the light would never be able to rise in its full glory.

These agents of darkness can be found explained in a more modern story by Shakespeare. In the story Macbeth, the main characters are the Three Witches who are described as the “The weyward Sisters,” hand in hand, Posters of the Sea (Chaos/Darkness) and Land.  The Three Witches represent darkness, chaos, and conflict, while their role is as agents and witnesses. . Their presence communicates treason and impending doom. The witches’ lines in the first act: “Fair is foul, and foul is fair: Hover through the fog and filthy air” are often said to set the tone for the remainder of the play by establishing a sense of moral confusion. The play is filled with situations in which evil is depicted as good, while good is rendered evil.

As you can clearly see, their roles in society are to produce chaos, washington freemasondarkness and confusion. Hence, the opposite or order, truth and light. But please let it be said that without this confusion that produces chaos in order to conceal the truth in necessary darkness, mankind would never be able to live in the light and order. This ORDO will be born in the cocoon of AB CHAO that will soon equate to our heavenly homeland built under Solomon’s Temple with both agents of the light and dark as living stones on the chess board represented in black or white depending on their roles.

Orson Welles’ stage production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth sets the play in Haiti, and casts the witches as voodoo priestesses. Orson Welles had chosen this location for good reason for the original story that Shakespeare’s Macbeth had derived from another ancient story that had originated in the land of the Hittites.

The truth behind Orson Wells‘ inspiration to set the play in Haiti derives from The Marduk Prophecy (wikipedia) which is an ancient text describing the travels of the Marduk idol from Babylon, in which he pays a visit to the land of Ḫatti, corresponding to the statue’s seizure during the sack of the city by Mursilis I in 1531 BC, Assyria, when Tukulti-Ninurta I overthrew Kashtiliash IV in 1225 BC and took the idol to Assur, and Elam, when Kudur-nahhunte ransacked the city and pilfered the statue around 1160 BC. He addresses an assembly of the gods.

The first two sojourns are described in glowing terms as good for both Babylon and the other places Marduk has graciously agreed to visit. The episode in Elam however is a disaster, where the gods have followed Marduk and abandoned Babylon to famine and pestilence. Marduk prophecies that he will return once more to Babylon to a messianic new king, who will bring salvation to the city and who will wreak a terrible revenge on the Elamites.  Hence, Marduk is who we can call a savior for his peoples and mankind who are currently under the veil of darkness and chaos. AKA, The Veil of Isis.

2 Corinthians 3:14b-16

  • (14b) …for to this day the same veil remains when the old covenant is read. It has not been removed, because only in Christ is it taken away.
  • (15) Even to this day when Moses is read, a veil covers their hearts.
  • (16) But whenever anyone turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away.

As mentioned above, Macbeth sets the play in Haiti and the word “Haiti” is the equivalent of the English “Hittite.” The Hittites had established a kingdom centered in Hattusa (Hittite URUḪattuša) in northern Anatolia from the 18th century BC.  The double-headed eagle was a symbol of Hittite military power and today we can find the Double Headed eagle.

double-headed-eagle-freemasonryThis symbol of the double headed eagle is the main symbol of Scottish Rite Freemasonry whose motto is also ORDO AB CHAO. This is no coincidence. In addition, the double headed eagle was adopted by “the crusaders to the German States” with magic being their primary tool to control and lead their peoples based on their own darkness as opposed to the bloody might of a sword or gun for the ends justifies the means.

This battle by the angels of the light against the primordial sea, the dark and chaos has been waged for thousands of years in Eastern cosmology and magic. The first evidence of this battle where Shakespeare must have been inspired to conceal these truths in his story of Macbeth comes to us from the most ancient Sumerians and Hittites. It is the Sumerians who later morphed into the Hittites where the similarities of story of Macbeth and the three witches can be found in the story of Marduk (Merodach), the angel of the sea or chaos verses Tiamat, monster of the sea or chaos. Of course Marduk is represented as the light in MacBeth and Tiamat as the three witches represented in chaos and darkness.

The etymology of the name Marduk is conjectured as derived from amar-Utu (“bull calf of the sun god Utu”). He was also regarded as the son of Ea (Sumerian Enki) and Damkina and the heir of Anu. Hence, Marduk was an angel of the light, truth, order (ORDO) and a solar God. Marduk is the chief god to emerge in Babylon who had defeated Tiamat who is the Serpent of Chaos, the Ancient One, mother of the gods and all abominations of chaos (CHAO). In Hebrew the word is Tehom, which is etymologically related to the name Tiamat, the Babylonian primordial sea and goddess of the Enuma Elish.

Marduk was depicted as a human, often with his symbol the snake-dragon which he had taken over from the god Tishpak. In ancient times, the serpent represented the intrinsic spirit of divinity. The Masters of Wisdom, and all Initiates into the Sacred Mysteries, are called Nagas, or Serpents of Wisdom (Blavatsky). Nabu, god of wisdom, is a son of Marduk. This I may also make you think of King David and his wise son, King Solomon. Another symbol that stood for Marduk was the spade. Hence, the Ace of Spades and in popular myth and folklore, it is also known as the “death card”. It is he who holds the keys to life and death, heaven and hell and also the end of chaos for he represents the death to agents of chaos because he is simply the redeemer of light, the phoenix and son of the sun.

This first epic battle in ancient Eastern cosmology of Marduk’s (Order and Light) defeat of Tiamat (Chaos and Darkness) we find later personified in many different stories that all originate from this first epic battle passed in mythology down by the Sumerians, Hittites, Babylonians, Egyptians with Osiris, Isis and Horus. Then later we have the Christians with stories such as Adam and Eve who were tempted by the serpent in the garden or found in Cain who slew his Bro Able. Ancient mythology that all originates from the same tree of good and evil and these stories are just the branches that have split from the trunk over the course of time growing in this same said sea of darkness we know of as the abyss.  A man made battle between dark and light, truth and lies and order and chaos that has been waged on earth for thousands of years.

In future articles I will explore the many other stories and mythology surrounding this first original battle passed down to us from the ancient Sumerians and Hittites down to the Gnostics, Christians and Freemasons between the LIGHT/ORDO verses DARK/CHAO.

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