Is the meaning of the The great Old Ones, The Elders, ‘The Old Ones were, the Old Ones are, the Old Ones shall be is this a reference to The Annuaki. You find same idea in the Scriptures and Book of Revelation

The Great Old Ones arrived on the primal earth from the stars. They built cities and raised temples until there was a great war and the Elder Gods (representing the principles of Light and Order) cast them forth “from the Earth to the Void beyond the planes where chaos reigns and form abideth not. And the Elder Lords set Their seal upon the Gateway and the power of the Old Ones prevailest not against its might.”
“Betelgeuse (Alpha Orionis) – the star from which the Elder Gods ruled the universe”.

Is the meaning of the The great Old Ones, The Elders, ‘The Old Ones were, the Old Ones are, the Old Ones shall be is this a refrence to The Annuaki. You find same idea in the Scriptures and Book of Revelation
The Great Old Ones arrived on the primal earth from the stars.
The Annuaki arrived from the heavens and stars
The Great Old Ones built cities and raised temples
The Annuaki built cities, cathedrals, pyramids (first city the Annuaki built after the flood were Noah then was king)
The Elders (representing the principles of Light and Order)
Annuaki (The Shining Ones)
The Elders sealed the Gateway
Annuaki unplugged 10 of humans dna strand
The Elders/The Great Ones; ‘The Old Ones were, the Old Ones are, the Old Ones shall be
From Scriptures/Revelation; “Which is, and Which was, and Which is to come”.
Yog-Sothoth is the gateway to this limitless realm. Moreover, as a principle of expansion, it may even be said that he is this realm. Together with Azathoth, he is the beginning and the end at the same time. (same meaning I am Azathoth and Yog-Sothoth)
From Scriptures/Revelation; I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending

When on High the Heavens had not been named, The Earth had not been named, And Naught existed but the Seas of ABSU, The Ancient One, And MUMMU TIAMAT, the Ancient One Who bore them all, Their Waters as One Water.”
This passage from The Magan Text reveals the universe before the creation of gods and the world of man. Everything was shapeless and unnamed and nothing existed apart from cosmic waters. The Magan Text is a paraphrase of the Babylonian Creation Epic called Enuma Elish. In Babylonian cosmology, in the beginning there was only a great ocean – the underground realm of fresh waters (Absu) and salty waters personified by Tiamat. These ancient waters were the womb from which everything emerged in the process of creation. They were called “tehom,” which also signifies “the depth” or “the abyss,” or primeval chaos – the matrix of all potentialities. The dark masses of water, however, were not the Abyss in the sense of the void.

“The ocean is the alchemical Prima Materia”

In the beginning there was only the limitless primeval ocean of Nar Marratu. It is described as a shapeless mass of waters corresponding to the notion of Chaos – the primordial undifferentiated multitude of energies. The ocean is the alchemical Prima Materia, the matrix of all creation, the cosmic womb, the source of all life. In Babylonian mythology the waters of Tiamal and Absu gave birth to the first gods: An (Heaven) and Ki (Earth). Their birth was a preliminary step to the whole process of creation. Primordial waters preceded the separation of opposites. The sea is the dissolving and creative principle: the grave, in which everything dissolves and ceases to be, and the womb, where everything comes to life and new existence begins, where everything returns to die and to be reborn again. This reminds us of the concept of Chaos.

In The Secret Doctrine Helena Blavatsky writes: “What is prime chaos if not the ether containing all forms and all beings, all seeds of the universal creation?” Chaos is formless energy from which cosmos and the order of the universe evolved. It is the primeval source, the living continuum, all and nothing, the principle of being and non-being at the same time. It is the will, the wisdom, the force of all things, the energy behind everything, the subtle force within all living beings and in every molecule of cosmic space. In this sense, Chaos is the well-spring of being, the energy that can be differentiated and molded into all possible forms. It is the Unmanifested, yet it is not Nothingness, or it is no longer Nothingness. It is the raw, infinite potential evolving around the Void, the singularity, the zero.point. It is Azatholh manifested as Yog-Sothoth.

Thus, also the waters of Tiamat and Absu can be identified with Chaos and the Abyss, as they are both the womb and the dissolving principle. The light of the Sun, the masculine solar current, penetrates the salty waters of tiamatu (the Babylonian “sea”, the womb of creation, and warms them. In result, the sea (which has always been associated with the feminine lunar principle) becomes impregnated with the solar force and gives birth to her offspring. In the alchemical sense, the sea becomes the Divine Water (Hudor Thelon), or in Latin: Aqua Igne Sacra Inflammata (water inflamed by the sacred fire). The salt in the waters of Tiamat is the spark of the Anima Mundi dissolved in the depths of the dark sea, the creative spark of life residing in Prima Materia.

In the alchemical tradition the anima mundi is the divine spark in matter. While the Church looked upwards towards heaven, towards the ethereal world, the alchemists looked into matter. And part of their work was to discover how to liberate this spark, how to liberate the light hidden within matter, which is the secret within creation. This divine spark is in every cell of creation. And really, the mystery of turning lead into gold is about revealing what is hidden within the darkness of matter. And so they kept alive, in this underground stream, the prin-ciple of the anima inundi, the soul of the world.They understood that there is a direct relationship between our individual soul and the soul of the world. In fact, our individual soul is a spark in the anima mundi, a spark of light in the soul of the world. It is not just our own individual soul; it is part of the soul of the world. One of the great tragedies is that we forgot this—that, as Jung said, “Man himself has ceased to be the microcosm and his anima is no longer the consubstantial scintilla or spark of the Anima Mundi, the World Soul.”

 

The spark of the Anima Mundi or the soul is the gateway to all mysteries, the entrance to the spiritual path. He left the World in the same position on the Tree of Life in his secret correspondences as the original Golden Dawn map, between Yesod and Malkuth, on the lowest path of the Tree of Life. This path is the last reach of divinity, and the first we enter on our return. It is hence “birth,” “entrance,” and a portal to a new life. If we compare this with the Ace of Pentacles, we see how that Ace shows the more mundane “new start,” whereas the World shows the bigger picture of every new start.

Daath is also associated with Absu (Sumerian “ab” – deep sea, “zu” – wisdom), which can be translated as “the sea of wisdom,” wisdom being the term inseparably connected with the hidden Sephira. As the guardian of the gate of Daath, Yog-Sothoth can be identified with Choronzon, the Guardian of the Abyss, or the entrance to the Qliphothic side of the Tree of Life, or in Grant’s terms: to the Universe B.
Grant views the Qliphoth as the primal manifestation of all things and associates them with the Ancient Ones or the Great Old Ones of the Lovecraftian lore. As the Qliphoth are “those who are without, or beyond the Tree of Life,” so the Ancient Ones are entities and forces that exist outside cosmic order or any organized structure of the universe. They come from Outside, from other dimensions of space, from the infinite Abyss.
They are not subjected to any laws of time and space and exist eternally and independently of the cosmic cycle: ‘The Old Ones were, the Old Ones are, the Old Ones shall be, not in the spaces we know but between them. They walk serene and primal, undimensioned and to us unseen,” as it is written in The Dunwich Horror. Yog-Sothoth is the gateway to this limitless realm. Moreover, as a principle of expansion, it may even be said that he is this realm. Together with Azathoth, he is the beginning and the end at the same time.
The tribe of Ad, according to legend, was a race roughly equivalent to the Hebrew ‘Nephilim’ (giants).” It is often claimed by the Necronomicon researchers that “the Nephilim” is the Hebrew term for “the Ancient Ones.” Like the entities of the Cthulhu Mythos, they descended to our planet from outer spaces and unknown galaxies. In the Necronomicon lore we find a similar story: the Great Old Ones arrived on the primal earth from the stars. They built cities and raised temples until there was a great war and the Elder Gods (representing the principles of Light and Order) cast them forth “from the Earth to the Void beyond the planes where chaos reigns and form abideth not. And the Elder Lords set Their seal upon the Gateway and the power of the Old Ones prevailest not against its might.” The places where they reside are located outside the cosmic structure. They are focal points for the forces of the Great Old Ones – the standpoints of the Abyss. Such places are e.g. the black planet Yuggoth and Kadath in the Cold Waste. Sometimes, however, Yuggoth and Kadath are viewed as synonymous. Grant places them both at the level of Kether.
The City of Pillars, is also identified with the abode of Cthulhu. These “outside” cities, worlds and planes are manifestations of the Abyss, realms beyond and between spaces known to humanity. Cthulhu is sometimes called “the Lord of the Abyss” (or “the Dragon of the Abyss”) – from the Sumerian “kutulu” (“kutu” – underworld, abyss, and “lu” – lord). There is therefore an analogy between Cthulhu and the sleeping dragon goddess Tiamat or the serpent Ouroboros.
Cthulhu himself is the intermediary between the Great Old Ones and the human mind. He is sometimes referred to as the High Priest of the Great Old Ones. A similar function is ascribed to the Tower of Koth. In the Lovecraftian mythos Koth is the Dream Tower that transmits messages from the Necronomicon entities to dream visions of humans. According to Grant, it stands sentinel at the threshold of the Tunnels of Set. The Tower of Koth is also called the Hollow One or the Void.
The worlds “Outside” are countless and extend in all directions of time and space. The most important are identified with stars or planets, especially with the seven stellar spheres, which, according to the Cthulhu Mythos, will herald the return of the Great Old Ones and the awakening of primal gods. These seven zones are usually identified as:

1) Fomalhaut (Alpha Piscis Austrini) – the abode of Cthugha, one of the Great Old Ones, an entity of living plasma, the lord of fire vampires.
2) Aldebaran (Alpha Tauri) – mentioned in The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers as the home of Hastur (the personification of the sphere of air and the voice of the Great Old Ones). It is believed that many of the Great Old Ones resided on Aldebaran before they came to our planet.
3) Algol (Beta Persei) – mentioned in Beyond the Wall of Sleep by Lovecraft, the legendary Demon Star.
4) Betelgeuse (Alpha Orionis) – the star from which the Elder Gods ruled the universe.
5) Polaris (Alpha Ursae Minoris) – the axis of the sky that appears in Lovecraft’s story Polaris. 6) Arcturus (Alpha Bootis) – again from Beyond the Wall of Sleep.
7) Sirius (Alpha Canis Majoris) – the star connected with Dagon and Nyarlathotep (the messenger of the Necronomicon deities).
These are the seven stellar spheres. Also mentions in the seven planetary spheres called “the zonei.” From the Simon Necronomicon we learn that “The Gods of the Stars are Seven. They have Seven Seals, each of which may be used in their turn. They are approached by Seven Gates, each of which may be opened in their turn. They have Seven Colors, Seven Essences, and each a separate Step on the Ladder of Lights.”

Moon – Nanna – the oldest of the wanderers, the father of the zonei.
Mercury – Nebo – the guardian of the gods and the keeper of the knowledge of science. Venus – manna – the goddess of passion, love and war.
Sun – Shammash – the god of light and life.
Mars – Nergal – the god of war and the spiller of blood, the agent of the Ancient Ones.
Jupiter – Marduk – the lord of magic, the lord of fifty names.
Saturn – Ninib also called Adar – the lord of hunters and strength, his realm is the Night of Time.
(Marduk was the planet that struck Tiamat. In other texts Marduk is associated with The Nibiru Solar System and in this text Marduk is Jupiter, and Tiamat was located between Mars and Jupiter)
This post is based on Zecharia Sitchin text and his theory about Tiamat and Earth; “Our Moon, we suggest, is Kingu, Tiamat’s former satellite”.
The Collision of Tiamat: Earth Ancient Sumerian texts indicate that the Earth (“Tiamat”) was struck by a large planet, which moved it into its present orbit, and created the Moon and the Asteroid Belt. In his books, The Twelfth Planet and The Cosmic Code, Zccharia Sitchin outlines this “celestial battle’ as described in the Babylonian text called Enuma dish. The planet “Marduk” (the Sumerian “Nibiru”), as it came into the solar system on its clockwise elliptical course, struck Tiamat, which was moving in its ordained counterclockwise orbit.
One of Marduk’s satellites struck Tiamat first, followed by two more of Marduk’s moons. Then Marduk itself, an enormous planetary body, struck Tiamat, smashing one half of the planet into pieces, which became the Earth’s Moon and the “Great Band” (Asteroid Belt). The other half of the planet, which was struck by a smaller moon of Marduk, was moved into a new orbit, along with a chunk of material which became its moon. The new planet was then called “KI,” meaning “cleaved one.” The Earth’s original moons were dispersed, many changing the direction of their orbits.
Beyond the zonei we find the “terrible Igigi,” identified sometimes with the sphere of the Zodiac or Azonei. These, however, are forms beyond the fixed constellations, those signifying the Outer Void. The star spheres must be opened to enable the return of the Old Gods. They also have to be entered in their times and in their seasons, one at a time, and in a special order.

Another planet mentioned is Saturn. It is also known as Cykranosh and it is thought that it was the original abode of Tsathoggua from which this ancient god came to our world.
According to other theories, the remaining planets have the following correspondences: Uranus – Yog-Sothoth, Neptune – Kadath, and Pluto – Yuggoth. Grant also provides correspondences between entities, planets and the particular levels of the Tree of Life. They are as follows:
Kether – Pluto – Yuggoth
Chokmah – Neptune – Kadath
Binah – Saturn -Cthulhu
Daath – Uranus – Yog-Sothoth
Chesed – Jupiter – Nodens
Cehurah – Mars – Hastur
Tiphareth – Sun – Azathoth
Netzach – Venus – Shub-Niggurath
Hod – Mercury –Nyarlathotep
Yesod – Moon – Yig
Malkuth – Earth – Geh
Daath Yog-Sothoth is the gateway to this limitless realm. Moreover, as a principle of expansion, it may even be said that he is this realm. Together with Azathoth, he is the beginning and the end at the same time.
From Scriptures and the Revelation you find; I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending – “which is, and which was, and which is to come”. ( ‘The Old Ones were, the Old Ones are, the Old Ones shall be)
the Great Old Ones arrived on the primal earth from the stars. They built cities and raised temples until there was a great war and the Elder Gods (representing the principles of Light and Order) cast them forth “from the Earth to the Void beyond the planes where chaos reigns and form abideth not. And the Elder Lords set Their seal upon the Gateway and the power of the Old Ones (was these Old ones Azathoth………and is God both God and Satan……..
Azathoth and Yog-Sothoth (Satan and God)
Is the meaning with Alpha and Omega and The beginning and the end meaning – Daath (energy before creation) and Yog-Sothoth….?
Death was the old Norse God of the Underworld, Daath. Daath is also the name of the “Invisible Sephira” on the Qaballistic Tree of Life. In Qaballistic doctrine the level of Daath is as far as the High Self can rise, the High Self, or Holy Spirit, being that multiple-spirit-in-one who guides and directs the personality through various incarnations. When complete integration of the soul-personality-spirit is achieved, or when all parts of our Self unite with our one Oversoul, then Daath, or the Abyss, is crossed to the Divine Essence of Kether.

Pluto is the Kether in this version of the Tree of Life and Pluto is no longer a planet and Pluto represents The Underworld……………and in this version of the Tree of Life
Tiphareth represents the Sun and Azathoth (Aza-Thoth). Is Thoth from the Aza-Thoth

Uncategorized

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *