The Gold Mission And The Alien Saint Michael

The Gold Mission And The Alien Saint Michael

The Gold Mission And The Alien Saint Michael

According to Sumerian records, Nergal was the administrator of the underground mines in Southern Africa from which the concept of Hell in Christianity derives. He was known as Hades In Greek Mythology, the god of the underworld and the god of the dead. Most of the gods of the ‘House of Enlil’, who grounded the Brotherhood of the Gold, were living in Sumer, also known as ‘Ki-Engi’, probably meaning ‘the lands of the Lords on Earth’.

Nergal was the only one of the ‘House of Enki’ (son of Enki) who became member of the brotherhood after marrying Enlil’s granddaughter Ereskigal. Their abode in Southern Africa was surrounded by seven walls, witnessing of the great importance of the place. Enki was called ‘Ptah’, the developer, in Egypt after the confusion of the tongues by Enlil. The ‘House of Ptah’, ‘Ha-ka-Ptah’ gave name to the Greek ‘Egyptos’ from which ‘Egypt’ derives. ‘Sumer’ is, by the way, not ‘Sumerian’ but Akkadian, referring to the lands of the Enlilites (‘Ki-Engi’).

While all the gods used human slaves as servants, the Brotherhood of the Gold used them as gold miners too. They used to select young men and women and deliver them to Nergal, the great ‘consumer’ of slaves. One of them was Nannar, the governor of Ki-Engi (Sumer). Nannar is also known as Sin, the moon god. His symbol was the crescent moon later adopted as the symbol of Islam. His reputation as ‘slave supplier’ managed to survive and find its way into Christianity. He is supposed to be the archangel Michael who collects the souls of the dead and delivers them to other administrators for ‘judgment’.

Although it is a well-known fact that Christianity involves many mythological and pagan traditions, the duties of Michael in the Christian culture originate from real events. The deliverer of mine workers (by boat as Charon or not) became the deliverer of souls. Expressions like ‘we have to go when the archangel Michael calls’, or ‘when St Michael comes for the soul’ are not unusual among Christians. The selected humans were taken to work in the mines for the rest of their lives and considered as dead. Thousands of years after Nannar sent the first slaves to dig gold in the underworld, the Christians still believe that he is the one (under his new identity as Michael, meaning ‘he who is like god’) who will come and rescue their souls from the enemy! It is believed that only the dead can see Michael’s face and thus he is often depicted without face in many Christian churches!

The ‘Saint’ without face selected uncounted young men and women and delivered them to a place of no return. Other archangels killed people and destroyed cities, created plagues that destroyed every living thing, or fired their missiles at innocent people. We find no significant difference between the evil Hades and the ‘good’ angels! The great supplier of slaves, Sin, has been declared as ‘Saint’ by the Church fathers, something we believe is, at least, most unintelligent. His new epithet and his new name cannot ease the burden of his evil actions against humans. St Michael and other angels are closely connected with the Gold Mission of Yahweh!So far, the results of the Gold Mission have been tremendous profitable for the gods but totally disastrous for humanity!

According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, St Michael is supposed to ‘fight against Satan’. If we consider that the word ‘Satan’ is a corruption of the Arabic word ‘Shejtan’ meaning ‘adversary’, ‘antagonist’, then St Michael is fighting against his and Enlil/Yahweh’s adversary, i.e. another god. He is also considered as the patron of the church and, during the middle Ages, the patron of the orders of knights! In Greek Liturgy he is considered as ‘Archistrategos’, meaning ‘Chief of the Army’. The Catholic Encyclopedia says:

‘It would have been natural to St Michael, the champion of the Jewish people, to be the champion also of Christians, giving victory in war [emphasis added] to his clients’. Also from the Catholic Encyclopedia we read that Nannar/Michael also influenced the Emperor Constantine. In another article we claim that Yahweh and his angels appointed Constantine as their agent to secure the future of the new religion. From the Catholic Encyclopedia: ‘At Constantinople likewise, St. Michael was the great heavenly physician. His principal sanctuary, the Michaelion, was at Sosthenion, some fifty miles south of Constantinople; there the archangel is said to have appeared to the Emperor Constantine’. Constantine, as well as every other of the early Church fathers, claimed that he acted according to God’s will. It would have been more appropriate if he had said that he acted according to the will of the gods!

Joshua 5:13-15: ‘And it came to pass, when Joshua was by Jericho, that he lifted up his eyes and looked, and, behold, there stood a man over against him with his sword drawn in his hand: and Joshua went unto him, and said unto him, Art thou for us, or for our adversaries? And he said, Nay; but as captain of the host of the LORD [emphasis added] am I now come. And Joshua fell on his face to the earth, and did worship, and said unto him, What saith my Lord unto his servant? And the captain of the LORD’s host said unto Joshua, Loose thy shoe from off thy foot; for the place whereon thou standest is holy. And Joshua did so.’ Note that Joshua assumes that the man was one of his own or perhaps one of his enemies. But nay, he was the commander of the army immediately accepted by Joshua! The fact that Joshua assumed that the angel could be one of the enemies, Anakim was one of the enemies, witness that the Anakim were not giants as the Bible claims but perfectly ordinary looking people. Although he informs Joshua that the place is now ‘holy’, he does not explain why, and Joshua takes off his viking style hoodie ! The captain of the army of God (Israel means ‘Soldiers of God) is probably the archangel Michael, the architect behind the Christian religion. St Michael is something of a unicum in Christianity. He is the only alien (all the angels were aliens, members of the Gold Mission of Enlil/Yahweh/God) who has been declared as saint by the Christian Church. His representation by icons in the Christian Church (with or without face) is a contradiction to the doctrine ‘do not make any images’.

No other god or human has been honored with so many epithets. The otherwise mythological moon god was suddenly appeared to be the patron of the Church and knights, the rescuer of souls, the Chief of the army of both Jews and Christians. While all the known saints have either died a natural dead or been killed, there is no record about St Michaels’s death and this is well in accordance with the absence of such information about Nannar, the father of Inanna/Aphrodite, the goddess of war. In the same manner the Enlilites drove the Gold Mission as a family company; the establishment of Christianity was a family project for the sake of the Gold Mission.


The Gold Mission, So Far No Good, by Andreas A. Paris Outskirts Press Inc., 2007

write by Bridget