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Genesis 1 (Septuagint)

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And All-Human said, Let there be light, and there was light.
And All-Human saw the light that it was good, and All-Human divided between the light and the Skotos.
And All-Human called the light Hemera, and the Skotos he called Nyx,
and there was evening and there was morning, the first day.


And All-Human said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the water, and let it cause water and air to separate, and it was so.
And All-Human made the firmament, and All-Human divided between the water which was under the firmament and the air which was upon the firmament.
And All-Human called the firmament Ouranos, and All-Human saw that it was good,
and there was evening and there was morning, the second day.


And All-Human said, Let the water which is under the heaven be collected unto one place, and let the dry appear, and it was so.
And the water which was under the heaven was collected into its places, and the dry appeared.
And All-Human called the dry land Gaia, and the gatherings of the waters he called Thalassa, and All-Human saw that it was good.

Genesis 6 (Septuagint)

And it came to pass when men began to be numerous upon the earth, and daughters were born to them,
that the sons of All-Human having seen the daughters of men that they were beautiful, took to themselves wives of all whom they chose.
And the YHWH All-Human said, My Spirit shall certainly not stay down in these men for ever, because they are flesh, but their days shall be an hundred and twenty years.
Now the Gigantes were upon the earth in those days; and after that when the sons of All-Human were wont to go in to the daughters of men, they bore children to them, those were the Gigantes of Aeon, the heroes of καλέω.

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  1. offspring of Odudua and Obatala
  2. offspring of Odudua and Obatala. Sometimes said to be younger brother of Jakuta
  3. Son of Nun
  4. Mut as his mother and Amun his father. Described as the "Greatest God of the Great Gods"
  5. Adult Khonsu
  6. Then war broke out in heaven. Michael and his angels fought against the dragon, and the dragon and his angels fought back. But he was not strong enough, and they lost their place in heaven. The great dragon was hurled down—that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to the earth
  7. Married Perses
  8. Daughter of Asteria
  9. Married Asteria
  10. Son of Yemaja. First of the primordial Orisha to come to Earth
  11. Son of Yemaja and Jakuta
  12. second in command to Olodumare
  13. Son of Khnum
  14. His father was the creator god Khnum
  15. Son of Ptah
  16. Born to Cleito? after 12 days and 12 nights
  17. And it was about the sixth hour, and there was a darkness over all the earth until the ninth hour. And the sun became Skotos, and the veil of the temple was rent in the midst. And when Jesus had cried with a loud voice, he said, Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit: and having said thus, he gave up the ghost.
  18. 3rd wife was Aethra
  19. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Human
  20. son of Enlil and Ereshkigal
  21. the son of Enlil and Ninlil
  22. son of Ninazu
  23. In the Sumerian story Enlil and Ninlil he is a son of Enlil and Ninlil. In Babylonian times he becomes the son of Ea and is connected with Adad.
  24. Consort of Enlil. Most commonly she is called the daughter of Haia (god of stores) and Nunbarsegunu (or Ninshebargunnu (a goddess of barley) or Nisaba). Other sources call her a daughter of An and Nammu.

    She lived in Dilmun with her family. Raped and ravaged by her (now-present) husband Enlil, who impregnated her with water, she conceived a boy, Nanna/Suen, the future moon god. As punishment Enlil was dispatched to the underworld kingdom of Ereshkigal, where Ninlil joined him.

    Enlil impregnated her disguised as the gatekeeper, whereupon she gave birth to their son Nergal, god of death.

    In a similar manner she conceived the underworld god Ninazu when Enlil impregnated her disguised as the man of the river of the nether world, a man-devouring river.

    Later Enlil disguised himself as the man of the boat, impregnating her with a fourth deity Enbilulu, god of rivers and canals, these act as substitutes for Nanna/Suen to ascend.

    In some texts Ninlil is also the mother of Ninurta.
  25. goddess of Irkalla, the land of the dead. She is the mother of the goddess Manungal. Her son with Enlil was the god Namtar. With Gugalana her son was Ninazu.
  26. Son of Ea (Enki)
  27. Son of Marduk
  28. consorts of Enki, by whom she became the mother of Ningal
  29. daughter of Enki and Ningikurga and the consort of the moon god Nanna by whom she bore Utu the sun god, Inanna, and in some texts, Ishkur (Hadad)
  30. Ex 4
    And it cometh to pass in the way, in a lodging place, that Jehovah meeteth him, and seeketh to put him to death;
    and Zipporah taketh a razor, and cutteth off the foreskin of her son, and fell at his feet, and saith, `Surely a bridegroom of blood [art] thou to me;'
    (the Samaritan text describes her as having circumcised "binnah"—"her understanding" or "her blocked heart."