Beyond The Slavery Of Religions

    Symbolism is a language of the soul. Symbols are figures of hidden, holy, secret meanings, not to grasp easy by the intellectual educated mind. Some of these hidden, holy, secret symbols are still hidden, holy and secret until today, respected by atheists as well as by skeptics. The reason is very simple; it is the respect to the ever-present holiness of living human sexuality. It is the joy, humans are perceiving from it, that a worship to it was respected to it in ancient times as well as it is respected in our age. Along with this hidden, holy and secret sexuality, there were always lacks of understanding about these hidden, holy and secret symbols of sexuality. This blindness has created phantoms, laws, idols, devils, and a lot of nonsense. From this are 'created' dead things and misunderstood as holy, like books, mountains, rivers, waters, lands, cities, houses, places or the stony planets in the sky. The soul, that has an experience with the sexuality perceived in the own body, perceives this not as a result of books, science, or social laws; it is a very individual experience. No church, no government, no professor and no father or mother can replace and occupy the own experience of sexuality of an individual. The experience is an explicit own experience, it needs no curious belief system, and no curious infidelity system; the experience is. Because of the respect to the hidden, holy and secret sexuality of humans, a lot of confusion has taken place. The respect has results in nebulous symbols of this object of sexuality instead of a clear - clean - speech or clear - clean -  words, and since ancient times people have expressed their joy from sexuality in figures of myths with symbols that hide the respectfully things in this way. Until today a lot of people searching on the literal objects like idols or gods, while the hidden meaning of symbols are rejected as scientifically irrelevant and curious. But there are a lot of symbols in the history of myths, which are misunderstood, and I think, it is helpful to uncover some - respectfully. 

All these things have abused from stupid religious authorities for long time to suppress the holy existence of the individual in all religions and to suppress the knowledge - the strongest weapon against social power claims from stupid religious authorities all over the world.   

The tree of life is known in many cultures, for example in Sumer, Judaism, or northern Europe, but no one do really know, what it means. It is a symbol, that does hide that, what most people do know as male penis. 

The penis as holy instrument is also worshiped in the Hindu culture as a tool of 'creation of life' using the symbol of the Mt. Kailash, because of its form.
Mt. Kailash                -         symbol Kailash 

Mt. Kailash is related to the principle of Shiva, as a giver of life but also as one who destroy life. Mt. Kailash is the origin of four rivers, which coming from the head of Shiva. 
And Shiva is sitting there on Mt. Kailash with his wife Parvati in an eternal meditation.
Bottom of the left picture the symbol of the linga and yoni is show together with a serpent; center is the symbol of Parvati.
Shiva with his symbol

The phallic symbol of Shiva is also preserved in Islam as buildings as one can see in a picture of the Kaaba in Mecca from the last century.
Mt. Kailash like buildings in Mecca right next to the Kaaba in the last century. 

The well known Hebrew AMEN  is equal  to the Sanskrit OMM which word has developed as one can see fom this figure: 

The present form of writing is on the left. 

Sanskrit word Omm.

The joy of the origin meaning of OMM is also meant in the well known Sanskrit sentence: 'Omm mani padme hum'

Sanskrit sentence: 'Omm mani padme hum'  .. which literal means: 'Oh you jewel in the lotus ‘blossum’. 

But the hidden meaning of it is the joy of the feeling of the penis (jewel=Linga) in the vulva (lotus blossum=yoni). 

The Sumerian word for woman is  . And on a figure on a ancient wall in India a symbol from Hinduism this word 'Omm' is centered in the connection of the triangle female symbol and the upright triangle male symbol. 

From this one can understand, that the so called Star of David is not a symbol from Judaism, but a symbol form the Vedic religion of the ancient India, that is worshiping the reunion of man and wife. The symbol and the hidden meaning from Hinduism of this symbol was known by teachers of the Jewish mysticism and has found over them its way to the present Jewish culture. 

Shiva is preserved in the Hebrew Genesis as chavvah  ( = eve ) ( “life-giver” ) as the female life together with the Hebrew chayim ("Life"). 
The Hebrew tree of life is then etz chayim, were the Hebrew etz  is a ‘tree’. Hebrew ets (ates) is a tree, but also a stick or a stock. And still in Hebrew slang Zayin means penis. 

The Hebrew words Gannah, ginnah, gynh, gan, with the meaning and symbol of garden, is related to the Sanskrit word yin , which means "female" and to the Sanskrit word yoni, which is the "the female genital" . yang means male, and linga/lingam is the male genital. Still the sex of the ancient time is present in our today word genital, coming from the Hebrew gan/gynh and the Sanskrit yoni.  The Hebrew gardener is then the Ginnthown (ghin-neth-one) or  Ginnthow (ghin-neth-o). 

Because of the Sumerian writing the origin are picture symbols, we find, that gis or gish is a penis as well as a tree. 

The Sumerian word Nin_gish_zi_ da means 'giving life from the penis’ but also ‘giving life from a tree’. Nin_gish_zi_da is equal to ‘Du_mu_zi’, what is known in Hebrew as Tammuz and means "son/man who is life"

The Sumerian Zi or Ti  means ‘life’. Zi  is also the Sumerian "Breath of life" and Nin-ti is the Sumerian  "she who makes live", where Nin is often related to a woman, but also to the meaning of ‘giving’ or ‘supporter’. Nin-Tu is the Sumerein ‘birth-giver’. The Sumerian GIS_NU means ‘bed’, and GISH_TIL is the Sumerian "vehicle of life"

Other relation are: gěš á-zi...e: "to commit rape" (gěš, 'penis', + 'violence' + 'to do'),  gěš...dů:   "to have sexual intercourse"  (gěš, 'penis', + 'to plant'), gěš-nu-zu: "virgin" (gěš, 'penis', + 'not' + zu, 'to know'), and  gěš-zu:  "having born young" (open gěš, 'penis', + zu, 'to know'). 

The Sumerian gardener who does 'water the trees' is  nu-gish-kiri  while the garden is Gish-Kiri  with Ki, what means ‘earth’ (‘enki’ = ‘God of the  earth’)

The symbol of ‘watering’ the ‘garden of joy’ or the connection of water  and a tree  is used in a lot of Sumerian myths, and from what there are Sumer clay table exist, showing this worshipping the tree.

The tree of life in Sumer. Winged figures carrying water are worshipping the tree. Seen is a bird in the top, mentioned in the epilog of the Gilgamesh epic as the 'zu-bird'


The tree of life with a winged guard on the right in ancient pictures.

A bird is also known in the Nordic tree of life  called 'ask Yggdrasil’ as a friend of Odin who lives in the top of the tree Yggdrasil.


The shape of the Nordic tree has a big head as also many other figures, which have mostly all successful destroyed by the Christian church in the first 1000 years of CE.


The symbol Tilmun of Sumer is the same symbol as the Hebrew gan eden, which most people do know as female vulva. The stories about this both hidden, holy and secret objects covered behind symbols are great and of a big number. Mostly all ancient myths describing the wonderful process, after two half of a soul have found a way to joy, peace, love and freedom, from spiritual isolation in a world of mind, war and physical egoism. This process is unique in the world and no politics and no intelligence can replace it. Individuals and individual souls do have known this since ever, but because of the hidden, holy and secret properties of this dimension, there never was a real need, to lecture on this in public. There are houses with red lights, from the times, as red blood was painted on the doors, to sign, that here one can study these holy things from woman's.  

The worship of the holy female symbol is a present ritual in Islam, but no one in Islam is really aware of it. According to a preIslamic Tradition Muslim worship barefooted a special object on the eastern corner of the Kaaba in Mecca.  

Their destination is to kiss and/or to touch it. They are seeking refuge. Refuge from misery, refuge from death, refuge from greed of the heart. One prerequisite to this is washing the hands, washing the mouth inside, washing the nose insidewashing the face, washing the forearms and washing the feet. 


Man wearing only two white opaque clothes: One hip-cloth on the abdomen and one shoulder-cloth. Perfume is not allowed. 
(Woman wear usual  Islam dress, which covers the body. The face must be free). The shoulder cloth is prepared under the right shoulder in a wise, that the right shoulder is free but the left shoulder covered. 

Gan Eden is the Hebrew garden of joy, which is the female womb.

It is told in Genesis, that the tree of life is planted in midst in the garden of joy. This tree of life is watering the garden of joy


Tree is in Sumerian gis or gish, but this gis means also penis in Sumerian.

Mu-tin in Sumerian is “hawk, falcon”

But mu-tin = 'geš-tin' also means “tree of life”, “man of life”, “the giver of life”

What does the Akkadian word for hawk, falcon, kassűsu, mean? 

“Kassűssu(m) ‘(hunting-)falcon, old/young Babylonian: Sumerian: súr-dŕmušen, mu-tin,mu-u-timušen = ka-su-su.” Soden, W. (1965:454). 

So, what did the hawk or falcon, as the symbol of the first Sumero/Aryan king, their highest god, mean? 

To the common people, it just meant the hawk, the falcon. But to those, initiated into the Sumero-Babylonian Mysteries, it meant: “The great Kush”. His name or title “Large Head”, or “Great Leader” is in Akkadian ašâredu. Ašâredu(m) “position of the foremost one, the most high-ranking one, first place”.
And he was their “giver of life” (mu-tin, geš-tin). Soden, W. (1965:78). 

The tree of life is also point of interest of a lady in the prolog of the epic of Gilgamesh. The qualities of it seems to be important for the lady: 

"After heaven and earth had been separated and mankind had been created, after Anucircum, Enlil and Ereskigal had taken posesssion of heaven, earth and the underworld; after Enki had set sail for the underworld and the sea ebbed and flowed in honor of its lord; on this day, a huluppu tree which had been planted on the banks of the Euphrates and nourished by its waters was uprooted by the south wind and carried away by the Euphrates. A goddess who was wandering among the banks seized the swaying tree and -- at the behest of Anu and Enlil -- brought it to Inanna's (Venus) garden  in Uruk. Inanna (Venus) tended  the tree carefully and lovingly  she hoped to have a throne and a bed made for herself from its wood. After ten years, the tree had matured. But in the meantime, she found to her dismay that her hopes could not be fulfilled because during that time a dragon had built its nest at the foot of the tree, the Zu-bird was raising its young in the crown, and the demon Lilith had built her house in the middle. But Gilgamesh, who had heard of Inanna's plight, came to her rescue. He took his heavy shield killed the dragon with his heavy bronze axe, which weighed seven talents and seven minas. Then the Zu-bird flew into the mountains with its young, while Lilith, petrified with fear, tore down her house and fled into the wilderness." 
(Kramer, Samuel Noah. "Gilgamesh and the Huluppu-Tree: A reconstructed Sumerian Text." Assyriological Studies of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago 10. Chicago: 1938.)

4 rivers have its source in the Mt. Kailash in Tibet, equal to that, what is written in the Hebrew Genesis. 

All 4 rivers have a special meaning. 

The rivers streaming from Mt Kailash are named: Brahmaputra, Sutlej, Karlani and Ganges.

The rivers streaming in the Hebrew Genesis in the Garden of joy (Hebrew: Gan Eden) are named: Pishon, Gihon, Hiddekel and Euphrat.

"The way something comes into being" - Greeks called it: "Genesis".

The symbolic meaning of the 4 rivers can be recognized, if one knows the meaning of the Hebrew names from book Genesis 2:

"And the Lord of the gods has let grown trees ... tempting to contemplation ... and he put the Tree of Life' inmidst of the 'garden of joy' ... In the 'garden of joy' a river is flowing, to water it. This (process) is sequenced in four phases:

The first phase is called Pishon, it means growing, increasing, enlarge. 
Then a circle shaped hole (Havilah) is 'comprised' (cabab). 
In the second phase something is 'bursting out' (Gihon).  
In the third phase something is 'moving' (halak) 'a step'  'rapidly' (Chiddqel) 'forwards' (qidmah)  (Ashshuwr). 
In the fourth phase something is 'grow tired' or 'collapsing' or 'break down'  (per-awth=EuPhrat)."  

No other tool as symbolism can decipher the hidden meaning of the eternal holy consciousness about the individual joy of men from its sexuality that is shielded in general from most secular noise.

The misunderstanding of the tree of life as well as the garden of joy (Hebrew: gan eden) was a violation to all brave humans from the religious teacher from most all religions. As it is taught  by the myth of Sumerian ‘garden of joy’ named Tilmun or Dilmun very different effects are be known from it: 

"The first known account of a paradisial garden appears on a cuneiform tablet from ancient Sumer. Here we learn of the mythical place called Dilmun, a pure, clean, bright place where sickness, violence, and old age do not exist. Dilmun, however, is a paradise for the gods alone and not for human beings, although one learns that Ziusudra (= Utnapishtim, the Sumerian counterpart of Noah) was exceptionally admitted to the divine garden." (An Encyclopedia of Archetypal Symbolism) 

They have told us for wrong, that we are no gods. Every being is part of god, because this spiritual things have no location and no time; god is not an idea, it is a consciousness, not grasp by the mind.

From a Sumerian clay table it is said: 

1.Holy is [the place] where you are; 
2.The mountain Dilmun is holy. 
3.Holy is the place where you are; 
4.......the mountain Dilmun is is holy. 
5.The mountain Dilmun is holy, the mountain Dilmun is pure,
6.The mountain Dilmun is pure; the mountain Dilmun is brilliant. 
7.Alone in Dilmun they lay down; 
8.Where Enki and his consort lay, 
9.That place is pure; that place is brilliant. 
10.Where Enki and Ninella lay, 
11.That Place is pure, that place is brilliant. 
12.In Dilmun the raven cried not, 
13.The dar-bird its dar-cry uttered not. 
14.The deadly lion destroyed not, 
15.The wolf a lamb seized not, 
16.The dog the weak kid tore not, 
17.The dun-animal (sow) the food-grain destroyed not, 
18.The planned not for young off spring... 
19.The birds of heaven their offspring hatched not, 
20.Doves laid noteggs (?)_ 
21.Of eye-disease, "it is eye-disease," one said not; 
22.Of headache, "it is headache," one said not. 
23.To a mother, "mother," one said not, 
24.To a father, "father," one said not. 
25.In the holy place a libation was poured not; in the city one drank not; 
26.The river-man "cross it?" said not; 
27.The overseer filled no right hand; 
28.The musician "sing," said not; 
29.The prince of the city spoke not. 
30.Ninella to her father Enki Said: 
31."A city thoust founded, a city thou hast founded, its destiny thou hast fiexe; 
32.In Dilmun a city thou has hast founded, 
33.......thou hast founded a city, 
34.........a canal there is not 
35...;;;.....thou hast founded a city"

volker doormann   -  2003.10.04