Customs and "Bad Habits" in the first Countries of Culture
by Karl Juergen Hepke
The from "gods" received orders for the relations of men among themselves and to the gods were interpreted by the priests increasingly in sometimes very human sense especially when the handing over of the orders laid far ago. Than plaid often a deciding roll the from the evolution of men on earth coming interests like power, profil seeking and also human desires, for example of erotic type.
It was absolutely far away from them, to issue any restrictions at this area. In contrary, they were very interested in a fast increasing of men, for the tasks
which were to do at earth could be done increasingly by them.
In this sense must be seen also the order of Ishtar, that
every woman obliged to give herself to a strange man at least one time in her
life, better more often, as a sacrifice to Ishtar. This order should, besides
its men joining character, prevent, that women, out of however what reason,
were released from the duty to take care for the development and continued
existence of mankind by their descendants. This was a point where met divine
interests and human tendencies, based on the earth-bound origin of men. And so
was acted for a long time in this divine and also human wish with big
naturalness and widespread satisfaction. The
This was naturally also in the sense of the priests of Ishtar, who were initially only women. But obviously reached also men, at least in some towns of
So is known from the bible an intensive polemic
against the customs of Kanaan and also the conditions in
To the clarified men of today are these customs no more so strange as they were for Orthodox jews and christian Puritan . There are even in the modern criticism of the bible first signs to understand these assertions only as pure polemic for dissociation. For the religion of Moses had for a long time big problems to overcome against the old religion , which was much more near to the natural requirements of men.
Read to this in English: The History of Atlantis, the forgotten Origin of our Culture By Karl Juergen Hepke
Or as a book in German language:
GESCHICHTE VON ATLANTIS, der vergessene Ursprung unserer Kultur
by Karl Juergen Hepke
TRIGA-DER VERLAG, D 63584 Gruendau-Rothenbergen, Germany, 2nd Edition, Hardcover, 268 Pages, EUR 22,00, ISBN 978-3-89774-539-1 ,