BC AYN 3875

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Annual Report (AR) beginning:

January 1 (GongLi , 3876 BCE) Gregorian calendar.

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

22nd/60 years; YiYou () of the -20th Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia () begins:

24 January (GongLi 公曆): 1-1 Nisan (ניסן, YinLi: ) is the prepared straight (: Zheng) 1st day ZhengYi (正) of the 1st lunar month ZhengYue (正) 1-1 of the Chinese lunar year YinLi ().

HwanUng

1st/1565 {3897 BC}: HwanUng (환웅, , חונ-ענג: HanXiong); “strong manly” GeoBahlHwan (גבל-חון, 거발환: ) of BaeDal (בעדל,[1] 배달, , BeiDa, בעדא); “multiple times reach or arrive," which appears in the HwanDan GoGi with the establishment of BakDal Nara [2](בגדל-נרא, 박달 나라, ); “birch tree (genus Betula, בתולה) country or nation home or family” as the first DongYi () federation or state of Greater Mongolia.

GEOBAL-HWAN

1st/18 HanUng: GeoBalHwan[3] (거발환: , JuBoHuan); whose name interpretation is: “dwelling or residence that issues strong][4] reason,” initializing the BaeDalGuk[5] state during BC AYN 3901 ruling until BC AYN 3782 {3804},[6] living to a 120 years old.

HanUng (חנ-ענג)/HwanUng (환웅: , GeoBahlHwan) is the son of HwanIn (, also Hananim: 하나님, Hanunim 하느님), who received the CheonBuSamIn (천부삼인, ) through his father HwanIn (), and established the Budo and the ShinSi city-states (신시: ); the “celestial city” of spirits according to the HwanDan GoGi.

GeoBalHwan[7] (거발환: ) in Hebrew signifies a territory[8] or border of Hwan (חון). GeoBal [9](גבל) is referred to in Ezekiel 27:9 as “the ancients of Gabal” (גבל) in which “the wise men thereof where in thee thy calkers” (מחזיקי); “strengtheners” of metals signifying the process of strengthening metal by making an alloy, in this case bronze as the combination of smelting copper and tin together to make a stronger combined metal than either of the constituent elements independently.

HanUng () whose name interpretation is “manly strong[10] reason,” instructor (pedagogy) is exemplary of the Biblical Enoch (חנוך), but not the descendant of Adam through Seth, but Adam through Cain (קין). In Hebrew Enoch (חנוך) is pronounced Hanoch (חנוך) which is closer to the original pronunciation, and means “instructor” (pedagogy), making HanUng cognate in sound and meaning with Hanoch (חנוך).

CAIN

15th/730[11] years of Biblical Cain (קין), according to The Biblical Antiquities of Philo, when he knew Themech[12] (תמך) his wife and she conceived and bare “Hanoch” (Enoch), and since that time he began to build cities. During BC AYN 3860 Cain went out of the presence of the Lord, and dwelt in the land of Nod (נוד), on the east of Biblical Eden [13](עדן) or HaDIN (הדין) in the local dialect.

LAND OF NOD

The Biblical compilers of Genesis 4:16 refers to a remote place of the garden of the HaDIN (הדין) located just east of Lake Urmia (ערמיה) roughly centered around modern-day Mahabad[14] (מכבד; “honorable” or “source heavy”) whose ancient name is Lake Matiene or Lake Matianus [15] (מתענית; “heaviness”) in the kingdom of Matiene or Matiane (מתענה); composed of Mem (מ); “source or out of” and ThINE (תענה); “heaven” (: Tian), making the kingdom of Matiene synonymous with the kingdom of heaven, encompassing the area in Northwest Iran (ایران: אירן) province of East Azarbaijan roughly encompassing Shabestar, Tabriz and Maragheh Counties.[16] East of Eden [17](קדמת-עדן) is the land of Nod (נוד) area today called Noqdi[18] (נהדי) and more specifically contains Upper Nod and Lower Nod all located in the Northwest Iran (ایران: אירן) province of Ardabil roughly encompassing Namin, Ardabil and Nir County.

This is where the Biblical Cain (קין) met China at the West end of the silk road in Tabriz, since in ancient times Tabriz was a transportation center between West and East lying on the West end of the silk road. Cain probably had knowledge of this area previous to his exile and sojourning there.

Nod literally means “vagabond” or “wanderer,” the Greek word for planets (πλανητoi); “wanderers” or “wandering stars” (πλανητης αστερες) as they were called, eventually leading to the 9 houses on the National/Kingdom level of the Northern Kingdom of Israel (BC AYN 1008-BC AYN 730) with each house representing a planet during the period of the Northern Kingdom of Israel. Even the root of the word planet is “plane;” is the plane (πλάνη) of the ecliptic or geometric plane containing the mean orbit of the 9 planets as well as the Sun. Cain (קין) himself who was the firstborn of Adam (אדם) represented the planet Jupiter (יפטר; “was firstborn”) personified in Sumerian and Akkadian as the figure or character of Ninurta (נענ-ערתא).

Biblical Adam

84th/130 years of Biblical Adam (אדם) before the birth of Seth (שת).

Biblical Abel

8th/23[19] years of the Biblical Abel (הבל).

Awan

1st[19] year of Awan (עון; “iniquity”)[20] the daughter of Adam and Eve, as stated in the Book of Jubilees “And in the fifth week in the second Jubilee she (Eve) gave birth to Awan (עון).”

  • Awan (עון) in another Anglicized spelling is own (עון); the root of the term ownership. Ownership is the state or fact of exclusive rights and control over property, which may be an object, land/real estate or intellectual property.
    • Ownership is also the key building block in the development of the capitalist socio-economic system.
  • Awan (עון) in yet another Anglicized spelling is ion (עון); “an atom or molecule where the total number of electrons is not equal to the total number of protons,” giving an ion (עון) a net positive or negative electrical charge.
    • An anion; Greek: ανα (ana); “up,” is an ion (עון) with more electrons than protons, causing a net negative charge. Conversely, a cation; Greek: κατα (kata); “down,” is an ion (עון) with more protons than electrons, causing a net positive charge.
  • Awan is referred to by Mount Imeon (עם-עון); “people of Awan” (עון) or “people of the Biblical Cain’s wife” (קין אשתו), an ancient name for the Central Asian complex of mountain ranges called Pamir or Congling mountains.

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Footnotes

  1. Genesis 38:1 (עדלמי) also see cave of Adullam
  2. BakDal NaRa (בגדל-נרא) is normalized in Hebrew as in or at (ב, [the]) great (גדל) see (נרא)
  3. List of legendary monarchs of Korea
  4. Kum Sung New Ace Character Dictionary 1989, pp. 768
  5. Includes both ShinSi and GoJoSeon
  6. Traditional date if using BC 2333 as the starting of Gojoseon kingdom and the first ruler DanGun
  7. Description of ShinShi in Historical Records
  8. Genesis 23:17 Hebrew Strong's #1366
  9. Genesis 23:17 Hebrew Strong's #1366
  10. Kum Sung New Ace Character Dictionary 1989, pp. 768
  11. Genesis 4:17 If Cain (קין) is the beginning of China and Chinese society and built cities there, then he is 30 years old in BC AYN 3860 according to The Biblical Antiquities of Philo Chapter II Verse 2-3: Cain is 15 years old during BC AYN 3875, while the cities and society of HanUng are concurrent
  12. Qalmana (כלמנה) The chronicles of Jerahmeel, Chapter XXIV ¶(1) page 60
  13. Genesis 4:16
  14. Hebrew Strong’s #3513, Isaiah 58:13
  15. Hebrew Strong’s #8589, Ezra 9:6
  16. David Rohl: The Secret Garden
  17. Genesis 4:16
  18. The Garden of Eden Discovered
  19. 19.0 19.1 The text translated by R.H. Charles, 1913, preceded by an account of the manuscript tradition, (ספר היובלים) Book of Jubilees, Chapter 4; Verse 1
  20. Genesis 15:16

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