Pluto In Capricorn — Transforming The Nature Of Death — Part Four — Gold And Immortality

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Robert Phoenix

Robert Phoenix

journalist, blogger, interviewer, astrologer & psychic medium

goldIs this our soul purpose for being?

Let us now return to the golden age of man, when demi-gods walked amongst us, siring celestial offspring, lending their longevity to our budding forms. Yes, we’re still hanging around Mesopotamia, The Fertile Crescent, where life literally sprang up over night. It’s here where Enki and Enlil, ambitious stewards of the planet are flexing their considerable muscles in oh so many different ways.

As we briefly touched on yesterday, Enki/Ea is most likely credited as being not just the creator god as depicted in The Epic Of Gilgamesh, but also of our current version of humanity itself. Enki ruled the Earth and with it the waters and seas as well. In fact he had dominion over all things fluidic, including semen and beer. Yes, Enki was a bit of a carouser, as well as humanities first, staunch, defender. Here again, I cite Enki’s entry at Wikipedia, which provides us with an insight into his nature and yields a very surprising discovery;

“Enki was not perfect, as god of water he had a penchant for beer and as god of semen he had a string of incestuous affairs. In the epic Enki and Ninhursag, he and his consort Ninhursag had a daughter Ninsar. When Ninhursag left him he came upon Ninsar (Lady Greenery) and then had intercourse with her. Ninhursa then gave birth to Ninkurra (Lady Fruitfulness or Lady Pasture).

besides the fact that Enki’s lust for creation went beyond the bounds of what we would consider normalcy (he was a God for God’s sake!), his connection with the water and the sea yields a fascinating clue about the titanic energy of Pluto in Capricorn, which has sent me down this path towards exploring our mortality and longevity, during this extremely potent transit. Again from Wikipedia, we glean this revelation into the symbolic representation of Enki;

“His symbols included a goat and a fish, which later combined into a single beast, the goat Capricorn, recognized as the Zodiacal constellation Capricornus.”

In essence, there is a very strong likelihood that Enki is Capricorn and in fact it has been noted that his skin resembled the scales of a fish. So here we are, delving into longevity and the epic age of biblical figures and Enki himself, manifest as Capricorn could provide us with an essential clue.

So who were Enki, Enlili, Gilgamesh, Ninhursag and all the other soap opera stars of 4,000 BC? As we have previously noted, Zeccharia Sitchin, in his numerous tomes regarding The Epic, Enki and the rest of the gang, has surmised that they are The Annunaki, dwellers of Niburu, a planet that is actually on a very deep, elipitical orbit, coming dangerously close to our planet, every 3630 years and in fact, Niburu roughly translates into “The Planet Of The Crossing.”
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My good friend, Patricia Cori writes about this at length in her fascinating series on Atlantis, Nibruru and our own, modern political system/society. Through her work with intelligence of The Sirians, she unravels the tale of The Annunaki as essentially being inter-galactic miners and their sole goal and mission on Earth was to extract as much gold as possible. This theory is also shared by others in the more extreme circles of epic cosmology.

If indeed this was the case, the most logical conclusion is that through Enki, we were created to mine The Earth, essentially as slaves for The Annunaki. Enki had been charged with creating an intelligent workforce, able to carry out complex tasks and do the dirty work for the sky gods. But why gold? Why not silver or platinum? Why, of all the precious medals, was this the most sought after and highly prized? Perhaps the secret of longevity is buried within the shining confines of gold itself.

Throughout the ages, we have seen gold and it’s importance as a metal and commodity rarely diminish. It’s value has been always prized and mostly constant. From the middle ages, we see alchemists, working in secrecy, applying their metallurgic skills and philosophical insights into turning “lead into gold.” But what was that just a smokescreen, this commonly assumed mission of the alchemist and their art? What if they were actually starting with gold and turning it into something else? There are a number of modern alchemists including, David Hudson, who are exploring this very model on their own, through transforming gold into “monoatomic gold.” What is “monoatomic gold” what does it have to do with longevity and immortality and is it safe?

From The Crucible.Org we get this definition of “monoatomic gold.”

“Monoatomic Gold is the non-metallic, non-toxic zero-valence form of Gold. Monoatomic Gold is a high temperature superconductor[1]. It can be manufactured alchemically out of 24carat metallic gold.”

Ingesting MG for a period of nine to ten months is said to take humans into a realm of powerful psychic openings, kundalini awakening and more. However, there is also some controversy surrounding “MG” in that in actuality it is “monotonic gold” which is the real deal, while “monoatomic gold” is a false, or a fool’s gold in that it bonds with DNA in such way that it makes it nearly impossible for humans to awake from their deep slumber. Whatever the case may be, there is something powerful, very powerful locked into the sub-atomic nature of gold and Enki and his tribe were heavily invested in it, so much in fact that they decided to spawn a race of worker bees to mine the source of their life force. Handing the keys to the kingdom over to Enki proved to be a true mixed bag, because there is a school of thought that he did too good of a job and endowed his progeny with many of the same faculties that he and his cosmic brood also shared. Not only did Enki quietly gift us with stealth technology, he proved to be a fierce and loyal protector of his new species, much to the consternation of his angry and vengeful (sounding familiar?) brother, Enlil, who just wanted to maintain order and get better production out of their mining colony.

Tomorrow, we’ll look at the warring relationship between Enki and Enlil and how it has provided a blueprint for our constant conflict of free will versus God’s will, chaos versus order and space versus form.

EDITOR’S NOTE; I found it very curious that when I was hunting around wikipedia for info on Niburu, I found only one page and it had very little info associated with it.

2 thoughts on “Pluto In Capricorn — Transforming The Nature Of Death — Part Four — Gold And Immortality”

  1. R

    Just wanted to let you know how much I’m enjoying your blog – can’t wait to read more about this topic.

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