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Nile (river)

 

Pronunciation:  nai’l

Occurrences:  16

First Reference:  Enlightenment 12:1

 

So Lucifer went down to the earth and he saw on the banks of the river Nile, a young man eating the fruits which grew on the trees nearby; and he went and spoke to him, saying:

 

 

See:  Enosh, Enoshahim, screelings, Sethian Empire

 

Summary:  The Nile River runs north through northeastern Africa. It was along the Nile that Shaemdiel, the Fallen Arch-Angel later named Lucifer), first established contact with anatomically modern humans (Homo sapiens sapiens).

 

After a failed attempt at communicating with a young man, Lucifer succeeded in communicating with a woman, whom he later gave the name “Enosh” (E:12:1-61). The influence of Shaemdiel (Lucifer) and the Fallen among early modern humans gave rise to the controlled use of fire, and the advent of the atlatl, boomerang, and the sling. Other innovations inspired by Shaemdiel and the Fallen included the creation of clothing from the skins of animals, the art of catching fish, and the rudiments of tribal law and custom (6:4:26-82; 6:5:1-43).

 

Scripture describes how Shaemdiel and the Demiurge, Jehovah-Yahweh, struggled for dominion over early humans, and how a  schism eventually formed between clans of the Enoshahim (those guided by Shaemdiel and the Fallen spirits) and clans of the “screelings” — those who gave fearful heed to Jehovah-Yahweh. The screelings were eventually driven out of the Nile delta by the Enoshahim, to journey east to the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. Yet, the screelings were met by other pre-established clans of the Enoshahim, and they were forced to continue to flee, eventually settling along the banks of the Indus river (6:4:3-82; 6:5:1-42).

 

Other references to the Nile region pertain to the kingdom established by Seth, the son of Adam and Eve (1:3:22-27). (See Sethian Empire)

 

 

Notes/References:
 

Nicodemus Hyrcanus
Nimrod