GILGAMESH AND THE HULUPPU-TREE . Inanna tended the, tree carefully and lovingly, After ten years had passed and the tree had matured, Inanna. Directed by Molly Axtmann. With Owen Everett, Ariel Schrag, Anna Sochynsky. Enki is the patron god of music and arts. Inanna stole the power of music. Once upon a time, a tree, a huluppu, a tree –; It had been planted on the bank of the.
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Brown, not the Authors, Translators, or Publishers! In days of yore, in the distant days of yore. In nights of yore, in the far-off nights of yore.
After in days of yore all things needful had been brought into being. After in days of yore all things needful had been ordered. After bread had been tasted in the shrines of the Land. After bread had been baked in the ovens of the Land. After heaven had been moved away from earth.
After earth had been separated tdee heaven. After the name of man had been fixed. After he had set sail, after he inwnna set sail.
After the father had set sail for the nether world. Against the king, the small were hurled. Its small stones of the hand. Its large stones of the guluppu reeds. Overwhelm in battle like an attacking storm. Against the king, the water at the head of the boat.
Devours like a wolf. Against Enkithe water at the rear of the inanan. Strikes down like a lion. Once upon a time, a tree, a huluppu, a tree —. It had b teh planted on the bank annd the Euphrates. It was watered by the Euphrates —.
The violence of the South Wind plucked up its roots. Tore away its crown. The Euphrates carried it off on its waters. The woman, roving about in fear at the word of An. Roving about in fear at the word of Enlil. Took the tree in her handbrought it to Erech Urukher patron city: The qnd tended the tree with her hand, placed it by her foot. Inanna tended the tree with her hand, placed it by her foot. Trree speaks to deceased spouse Dumuzi in the Under World. The tree grew big, its trunk bore no foliage.
In its roots the snake who knows no charm set up its nest. In its crown the Imdugud-bird placed its young. In its midst the maid Lilith Inanna? The always laughing, always rejoicing maid. The maid Inanna — how she weeps! As light inznnaas the horizon brightened. His sister, the holy Inanna. Says to her brother Utu: After abundance had sated the land.
After An had carried off heaven. After Enlil had carried off earth. After Ereshkigal had been carried off appointed Commander into the nether world as its prize — —. Against Enkithe large were hurled.
Devours like a wolf. Once upon a time, a tree, a huluppua tree —. It had been planted on the bank of the Euphrates. Took the tree in her hand, brought it to Erech: Inanna atop her zodiac symbol of Leo, holding alien technologies, posed as modern goddess Liberty.
The always laughing, always rejoicing maid, I, the maid Inannahow I weep! Her brother, the hero, the valiant Utu. Stood not by her in inabna matter. As light broke, as the horizon brightened. Speaks to the hero Gilgamesh: After An had carried off returned to heaven.
After Ereshkigal had been carried off Commander of into the nether world as its prize —. In its midst the maid Lilith built her house —.
I, the maid Inannahow I weep!
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Her brotherthe hero Gilgamesh. Stood by her in this matter. He donned armor weighing fifty minas about his waist —.
Fifty minas were handled by him like thirty shekels —. Seven talents and seven minas — he took in his hand. At its roots he struck down the snake who knows no charm.
In its crown the Imdugud-bird took its young, climbed to the mountains. In its midst the maid Lilith tore down her house, fled t o the wastes. The tree — he plucked at its roots, tore at its crown. The sons of the juluppu who accompanied tere cut off its branches.
He gives it to holy Inanna for her throne. Gives it to her for her bed. She fashions its roots into a pukku for him. Fashions its crown into a mikku for him.
The summoning pukku — in street and lane he made the pukku resound. The loud drumming — inannaa street and lane he made the drumming resound. The young men of the city, summoned by the pukku —.
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Bitterness and woe — he is the affliction of their widows. Who had a mother — she brings bread to her son. Who had a sister — she brings water to her brother. Inanna with her 8-pointed star symbol of Venus.
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And he had marked the places where his pukku had been. He carried the pukku before him, brought it to his house.
At dawn in the places he had marked — bitterness and woe! Because of the cry of the young maidens. He put in his hand, could not reach them. Put in his foot, could not reach them. Gilgamesh wept, his face turns pale. In the first nights, in the very first nights. In the first days when everything needed was properly nourished.
When bread was baked in the shrines of the land. And bread was tasted in the homes of the land. And earth had separated from heaven. When the Sky GodAnhad carried off the heavens.
And the Air God, Enlil had carried off the earth. When the Queen of the Great Below. Ereshkigalwas given the Underworld for Her domain. At that time, a tree, a single tree, a huluppu tree. Was planted by the banks of the Euphrates.