BC AYN 67,057

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Annual Report beginning:

January 1 (GongLi 公曆, 67,858 BCE, {67,079}[1] Gregorian calendar.

HaHanoch

7th/10 Sumerian species of the Period of Sumerian Species Generations is HaHanoch (החנוך) whose period began in BC AYN 70,736 and ends in BC AYN 66,837 is in the 3680th year in BC AYN 67,057.

1st/11 Ages of Mago

Ashharatsuyts (אשרת-שויתות) Central Asia
Silk Road routes

BC AYN 67,057 {67,080}: 1st/63,182[2] years according to the HwanDan GoGi (환단고기: ) before the beginning of the HwanUng (환웅: ) dynasty in BC AYN 3875 {3898} is the beginning of the Age of Mago (마고성 시대) also know as the Era of Mago covering the time of 47,882 years ending BC AYN 19,176, the 1st/3 Primordials of Korean history.

MAGO

Mago (마고, : MaGu) is the Korean equivalent of the 3rd/3 SamShin (, 삼신) Chinese species characters RenHuang (), the 3rd/3 royal rulers of the SanHuang () covering the period of time of BC AYN 66,296 through BC AYN 20,697, a total 45,600 years.

MAIA

MAIA (מעיא); “sweeper,” the daughter of Atlas and Pleione the Oceanid, and the oldest of the seven Pleiades (פלדש) or Atlantides, as the mother of Hermes (הארם: Ερμης) is the Greek concept of the Mago (מגע) as grandmother with maia (μαια) an honorific term for the older women relative to meter (μητηρ); “mother.”

1st/11 Ages in Korean history of MaGo [3](מגע) also called MaGo (); “hemp cause;” with Ma (); composition: cliff house of two trees, tree of Hiyam (החיים); “life” and tree of death (דעת, דע); “knowledge,” and Go (); “cause or raison d'être;” composition: ancient mouth, SanSeong (산성: , ShanXin); the “MaGo mountain fort" (, 마고성) or Imperial palace, which is a walled ()[4] city or castle” () on the Pamir, also known as the “paradise of MaGo,” with the Tashkurgan (, TaShiKuErGan); "tower or mountain fortress (with) ten men (מגוגי, 마고기, Magogites, soldiers) armory, treasury or storehouse," located where four countries meet (נועדתי); China, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. The Pamir (Congling)[5] mountains are located in Central Asia and are formed by the junction or knot of the TianShan (), Karakoram, KunLun (), and Hindu Kush ranges. Tashkurgan has a long history as a stop on the Silk Road. Major caravan routes converged here leading to Kashgar in the north, Karghalik to the east, Badakhshan and Wakhan (Great Pamir & Little Pamir) to the west, and Chitral and Hunza to the southwest in Northern Areas of Pakistan.

About 2,000 years ago, during the Han Dynasty Tashkurgan was the main centre of the Kingdom of Puli (); "bulrush plough" (פלג) and is mentioned in both the HanShu and the later Hou HanShu. Later it became known as Varshadeh. Mentions in the WeiLue of the Kingdom of ManLi (滿); "full or packed plough" (פלג) probably also refer to Tashkurgan.

Tashkurgan is thought by some to be the "Stone Tower" of Ptolemy and other authors, where caravans from the West met to trade with those from China.

Pamir and Mount Mesha

Kashmir (Ladakh)

The Pamir or Congling mountains are referred to by the Chinese with and Eastern perspective as the Western Regions but using a Biblical perspective and starting with a Western perspective of Mount Lubar or Judi Dagh; Arabic: "Jabal Gudi" in the mountains of Ararat are also called Mount Cordu or Mount Mesha (משא) of Genesis 10:30 “as thou goest toward sephar (ספרה) a mount of the east.”

Mesha (משא) with Hebrew is Mem-Shin-Aleph, the Hebrew 3 mother letters (M-S-A) or "supernals," the 3 veils, vails or vales, encompassing the sacred geometrical Ship Tetrahedron composed of:

Mount Cordu location is known as the Durupinar Site which is recognized by the Turkish Government and where the Noah‟s Ark Visitor Center is located, near the village known today as Uzengili, but prior to the 1940's was known as Nasar (Nisir). The ridgeline is the mountain known as Judi Dagi, or Al Judi. Traditional accounts of the Durupinar Site is reported to be the actual Mount Judi (Qardu, Cordo).

Mount Imeon

Mount Imeon [6](עם-עון); the “people of Awan” (עון) or “people of the Biblical Cain’s wife” (אשתו קין) is an ancient name for the Central Asian complex of mountain ranges comprising the present Hindu Kush, Pamir and Tian-Shan, extending out of the Zagros Mountains (ziggurats and pyramids) in the southwest to the Altay Mountains in the northeast, and linked to the Kunlun, Karakoram and Himalayas to the southeast.

According to the original Ashharatsuyts mapping reconstructed by the academician Suren T. Eremian, the mountain (, 이미앙산); “she beautiful rising mountain” system, east of the Hirkan (חיר-קן) or Caspian (כספי; “silver”) Sea and west of Tarim (, 탑리, תברים) Basin, divided into 1+3 branches.

PAMIR 4 MEETING LANDS

The Pamirs four countries meeting (נועדתי) are:

Mount Imeon (עם-עון is the center of the WuWei (, 오미: O-MI); “5 [cultural] tastes or flavors.”

2 Mago Castles Creations

Genetic pre-history is consistent with the story of MaGo () and the Pamir origins. BuDoJi () records state that there are 2 types[8] of the MaGo () castles:

  • 1st/2 types of castles is the virtual or imaginary castle HuhDalSeong (허달성: , HaoDaXing); "empty or hollow reach or arrive at castle city" or more simply the "virtual castle area," with 13 floors. These 13 floors; "7 days and 6 nights" are the 13 Heavens of Mayanism. The Regional Underworld 5th/13 heavens the location of the beginning of the Era of Mago.
  • 2nd/2 types of castles is the real castle SilDalSeong (실달성: , ShiDaXing); "real (; roof + ; full + ; treasure) reach or arrive at (逹) castle city (城) or more simply the "real castle area," with 9 floors or terraces (mictlan; "underworlds"). The real castle area ShiDaXing is specified by the structure called Bolon Yookte; the Mayan "9 (: JiuTian) heavens or underworlds" of creation.[9]

The virtual or imaginary castle HaoDaXing (虛逹城) and the real castle ShiDaXing (實逹城) are also considered as earthly creations of MaGo (麻故).

First Era in Korean History

3 KOREAN PRIMORDIALS: MAGOGI

The beginning of the first era of Korean history is called MaGo () after MaGo (마고: , MaGu, מגע) also known as Maya[10] (מעי) and Magha (מגע, ) in Indian literature; Nakshatra Magha in Hebrew is Maga [11](מגע), and since the Hebrew letters are the subject of interpretation when Romanized, the same spelling of Maga; Mem-Gimel-Ayin מ-ג-ע) is also Anglicized as the Chinese spelling of MaGo ().

The inhabitants or dwellers of Magog (מגוג) are the Magogites (מגוגי, 마고기) identified with MaGo (, מגע)[12] SanSeong (산성: , ShanXin); the “MaGo mountain fort" (, 마고성) or Imperial palace, which is a walled ()[13] city or castle” () on the Pamir, also known as the “paradise of MaGo.”

MAGO

Identifying with the Korean MaGo (마고: , מגע) as the model of mankind,[14] with the Sumerio-Assyrian parallel constructee of Mummu-Adad is the 2nd/2 sons, Adam's New Tarot Roman numeral #1, the first functioning protoform Archaic[15] Homo sapiens with the divine essence of the blood of the gods, with the Sumerian version of the story beginning BC AYN 296,696 and the Korean version of the story beginning BC AYN 67,057.

  • MaGo is the inheritor of the original Sumerian institution of priesthood with the establishments of EN.ME.DUR.AN.KI (ען-מה-דור-ען-קי) during BC AYN 181,497. MaGo hebrew parallel constructee is Hirah [16](חירה), the Adullamites (עדלמי), of a noble family (משפחות), the friend (רעהו) of Judah (יהודה), within the elect [17](הבחירה), int-ellect (YuIn: ענת-הלכת), the parent of the wholly own subsidiary:
GUNG-HEUI
  • GungHeui [18](גונכ-חוי, 궁희, ,[19] KongJi, GungHo); “beautiful elevated vault,” family of MaGo's 1st daughter (בכירה,[20]), see First Era of Mago, First Daughter GungHeui. GungHeui () can also be read as “cave woman,” archetype with the cave of Adullam (עדלם) and the ancient parallel constructee Adullamites Shuah (שוע: SHOU); “wealth” (ועלת), a Canaanite (כנעני), the first wife of Judah (אשת-יהודה; “employee”).
    • GungHeui; Sumerio-Assyrian parallel constructee is Apsu(עפסו)-Shamash(שמ-אש), 2/3 primordials of Sumerian cosmogony, see BC AYN 181,497,
    • Gung () is with the composite Ba () specifying the first cause primordial primeval lunar pre-heaven (העון) LongTu BaGua ( ), host of the PalRyeo (); “eightfold cosmic music,” of the 2nd/11 Ages of HwanGung; Gung (),
    • 1st/2 Castle types[21] of early dwellings in the MaGo castle period is called Gung (: Kong, composing: house + 8 + bow); “vault” (ועולת), and was built in caves[22] (המערות) and usually found on hills or mountains [23] (הרים), see also cave, hole (חולה) or grotto-heavens[24]” of the DongTian (), relative to the 1st/2 types of castles is the virtual or imaginary castle HuhDalSeong (허달성: , HaoDaXing),
    • GungHeui/Shuah (ועלת); "wealth" is the anglicized Hebrew for “and ups” (ועלת), the same Hebrew root-stem of vault (ועולת) and elite (עליתה), the upper or high level natural language of the upper springs (עילת גלת) of wealth, the ShangCheng (上稱, עליתl Aliyath; “Beth-Shuah” ) of 30 upper protocols, 1/2 inheritances of Achsah (עכסה), niece and wife of Othniel (עתניאל) during BC AYN 1481,
GUNG-HEUI/OCEANUS
  • Oceanus (Ὠκεανός, וקין, Second Gen.) is the Greek parallel constructee of Apsu (אפסו);
    • fresh water from underground aquifers which gave a religious fertilising quality in Sumerian and Akkadian mythology, specifying lakes, springs, rivers, wells, and other sources of fresh water considered ** to draw their water from the abzu (ZU-AB), while certain tanks of holy water in Babylonian and Assyrian temple courtyards were also called abzu (apsu), typical in religious washing, these tanks were similar to Hebrew mikvot (מקוות, מקוה); “baths” (בתים),
    • the ancient Korean parallel constructee of GungHeui (2nd Gen.) with the upper springs (עילת גלת), the ShangCheng (, עילת) of 30 upper protocols,
    • Oceanids (וקינ-עד): 3,000 daughters (בתים) of Titans, parallel construction 3000 followers of HwangGung (황궁: ).
SO-HEUI
  • SoHeui [25](חו-חוי, 소희: , ChaoJi); “beautiful nest,” family of MaGo's 2nd daughter, see First Era of Mago, Second Daughter SoHeui. SoHeui () can also be read as “nest[26] woman,” is the ancient parallel contructee Tamar (תמר); “palm tree,”
    • SoHeui; Sumerio-Assyrian parallel constructee is Tiamat(תנין, con-tinent)-Enmendurana/Enoch (תאמת-חנוך), 3/3 primordials of Sumerian cosmogony, see BC AYN 181,497,
    • So (, כו) is the second cause later lunar post-heaven (העון) GuiShu BaGua (),
    • 2nd/2 castle types[21] of early dwellings in the MaGo castle period is called Chao (); “nest” of birds and were built in high places were people could pray to heaven and defend themselves like ziggurats (זכורות) and pyramids (פרם-ידות), relative to the 2nd/2 types of castles, the real castle SilDalSeong (실달성: , ShiDaXing).
    • SoHeui/Tamar, the sister of So-Heui/Shuah with the upper springs (עילת גלת) of wealth, is the neither springs (תחתית גלת, income: [27]ינחם), the yellow [28](היללו) springs of wealth identified with Yomi (, HuangQuan); “yellow white water or foam, the XiaCheng (, תחתים) of 34 lower protocols, the other of 2 inheritances of Achsah (עכסה), niece and wife of Othniel (עתניאל) during BC AYN 1481.
SO-HEUI/TETHYS
  • Tethys (Τηθύς, טהת) is the Greek parallel constructee of Tiamat;
    • the primordial goddess of the salt sea,
    • the ancient Korean parallel constructee of SoHeui, with the neither springs (תחתית גלת), the XiaCheng (, תחתים) of 34 lower protocols, with
    • Potamoi: 3000 sons of Titans, parallel construction 3000[29] servants of HwanUng.

MaGu (, מגע), KongJi () and ChaoJi (), bore children by parthenogenesis (cf. Hallahim-ism; “pantheism”).

4 Heavenly Scandents

LUNAR CARDINAL KNIGHTS TEMPLAR

BuDoJi (부도지: , FuDuZhi); “epic of the emblematic[30] elegant capital city,” states that there were 4 heavenly scandents or 4 family name lords, techtonically speaking the Eurasian plate, with each of the 4 itemized as follows:

HwangGung

CheongGung

  • 2nd/4 heavenly scandents or family lords: CheongGung (כוענג-גונך, 청궁: , QingKong: כענג-גונך); “blue/green elevated vault” (ועולת) is the 2nd son of GungHeui (: KongJi) and the ancient parallel constructee Onan [32](אונן); “strong,” the so-called Yi () Chinese, constituents of the first world empire of Assyria, through the cognate Azure dragon (, 청룡), quarter minion of the sun,
    • RamJok (람족, , LanZu); "basket family," is the name of the race-track 8/9, of which the skin color of RamJok changes to brown (חומה), the origin of the Mongolian spots racial-family-feuds. This RamJok is from CheongJok (청족, ) being sons of the CheongGung (청궁: , QingKong) families,
    • CheongGung is 1/4 lunar cardinal directional positions Knights Templar of the east, the lunar cardinal season of Spring, with 1/4 winds of Nibiru and the 2nd/4 largest moons in distance orbiting Uranus of Umbriel (אומ-בריאל).
  • CheongGung (청궁: , QingKong), with their own families, left the eastern gate and go toYunHai-Zhou (); “cloud sea island-continent land mass” to find a settlement, the same is WunHaeJu (운해주, ); "sea-like land of clouds," Tibet (טבת: Tevet, XiZang: 西; "west conceal," Qoph-path) that is lucky, and lands on the east side of the Pamir Plateau, south of the HuangHe (); "yellow river," Tibetan: MaQu (); “peacock or curve river,” to the east of the KunLun ranges (곤륜 산맥, , near Hotan, south-side Tarim basin), and lands on the YangJa (양자강); Yangtze River basin,

HwangGung (황궁: ), the Han () Chinese and CheongGung (청궁: ), the Yi () Chinese, together are Asia (עשיה) of the Eurasian plate, techtonically.

BaekSo

  • 3rd/4 heavenly scandents or family lords: BaekSo (בעכ-חו, 백소: , BaiChao: בע-חו); “white nest” is the 1st son of SoHeui ()/ChaoJi (),
    • 4th/4 heavenly scandents or family lords: BaekJok (백족, ) is the name of the race-track 2/9, the origin of the white racial-family-feuds,
    • BaekSo is 1/4 lunar cardinal directional positions Knights Templar of the west, the lunar cardinal season of Autumn, with 1/4 winds of Nibiru and the 3rd/4 largest moons in distance orbiting Uranus of Titania (תטניה).

HeukSo

  • 4th/4 heavenly scandents or family lords: HeukSo (흑소: , HeChao); “black nest" is the 2nd son of SoHeui ()/ChaoJi ().
    • HeukJok (흑족, ); "black family," is the name of the race-track 1/9, the origin of the Asian black racial-family-feuds.
    • HeukSo is 1/4 lunar cardinal directional positions Knights Templar of the north, the lunar cardinal season of Winter, with 1/4 winds of Nibiru and the 4th/4 largest moons in distance orbiting Uranus of Oberon (יעברון).

BaekSo (백소: ) and HeukSo (흑소: together are Europa of the Eurasian plate, techtonically.

The 4 heavenly scandents, the 2 daughters of MaGo (), the 2 earthly creations of MaGo () constitute the MaGo tribe of the Pamir land migrated are to migrate to the 4 directional positions.

The 4 heavenly scandents is comparative to SiTianWang (); the “4 Heavenly Kings[33]” of Buddhism or “guardians of the directions” of Hinduism or the “4 knights of the minor arcana of the Tarot,” who each represent the one of the directional positions of the world or earth.

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Footnotes

  1. Traditional date if using BC {2333} as the starting of Gojoseon kingdom and the first ruler DanGun
  2. Ancient Korea and the Dawn of Human History on the Pamirs; Chung Yenkyu (2007) pp. 216
  3. Genesis 28:12 Maga (מגע); to touch, reach (: Da), strike, also existent in the form of Naga (נגע), Hebrew Strong’s #5060
  4. stockade, stronghold or outpost
  5. The Western Regions according to the Hou HanShu (Book of the Later Han); The XiYu Juan “Chapter on the Western Regions” out of Hou HanShu 88, translated by John E. Hill (2003 AD)
  6. See Ac-knowledge, “æon people”; : HwanIn, HwangGung and DanGun, ChaunBuGyaung by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) pp. 325
  7. See Ac-knowledge, “æon people”; 天三一: HwanIn, HwangGung and DanGun, ChaunBuGyaung by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) pp. 325
  8. Ancient Korea and the Dawn of Human History on the Pamirs; Chung Yenkyu (2007) pp. 18
  9. Coba Stele, The Mayan Calendar and the Transformation of Consciousness, Calleman, The Mayan Code; Barbara Hand Clow (2007)
  10. Ancient Korea and the Dawn of Human History on the Pamirs; Chung Yenkyu (2007) pp. 27
  11. Genesis 28:12 Maga (מגע); to touch, reach, strike, also existent in the form of Naga (נגע), Hebrew Strong’s #5060
  12. Genesis 28:12 Maga (מגע); to touch, reach (: Da), strike, also existent in the form of Naga (נגע), Hebrew Strong’s #5060
  13. stockade, stronghold or outpost
  14. 1st EC: The Twelfth Planet; Ch 12: The Creation of Man, p348-353, Zechariah Sitchin, 1976
  15. The Purposeful Universe, page 113; Carl Johan Calleman (2009)
  16. Genesis 38:1, Genesis 38:12
  17. Romans 11:28, 2 John 1:1
  18. C.f. Zechariah 2:6 (הוי הוי) ho, ho or alas, alas
  19. imperial concubine
  20. Genesis 19:31
  21. 21.0 21.1 Ancient Korea and the Dawn of Human History on the Pamirs; Chung Yenkyu (2007) pp. 17
  22. Judges 6:2, Dens (המנהרות), Holds (המצדות)
  23. Judges 6:2
  24. There are 10 greater DongTian (); grotto-heavens, see also DongMingBaoJi (); “grotto-heavens”, “deep”, “treasure or jewel” “records”, popularly known as “understanding heaven and hell”, Ak-knowledge/1.1
  25. C.f. Zechariah 2:6 (הוי הוי) ho, ho or alas, alas
  26. Also referred to as Lords of the birds nest, Campbell, Oriental Mythology, Chapter 7, pp. 381–92
  27. Genesis 38:12 Judah was comforted (וינחם: INCOME, 12 Earthly Branches; “12 pay dispersing divisions”)
  28. Revelation 6:8 Hades or Hell, Howl (היללו) Joel 1:5, Isaiah 14:12
  29. Acts 2:41
  30. evidential, identified, symbolic, or charmed city
  31. Genesis 38:3, 1 Chronicles 4:21
  32. Genesis 38:4
  33. In Hinduism, Lokapala refers to the Guardians of the Directions associated with the four cardinal directions. In Buddhism, Lokapala refers to the 4 Heavenly Kings, whereas the Guardians of the Directions are referred to as the dikpalas

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