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ዘመነ ዮሐንስ | የሉሲፈር ዘመዶች በኢትዮጵያ ተገኙ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 28, 2019

የሉሲፈር ጉዳይ ነውና የአውሮፓውያኑን ቀን አቆጣጠር ልጠቀም። በ 2016 (...) በ ናይትድ ስቴትስ ውስጥ በሚገኘው ክሊቨላንድ የተፈጥሮ ሣይንስ ቤተመዘክር፥ በሰው ዘር አመጣጥ ጥናት ክፍል ኃላፊ የሆኑት /ር ዮሐንስ ኃይለ ሥላሴ “በሚያስደንቅ ሁኔታ የተሟላ” ቅሪተአካላት፡ ሉሲ/ ድንቅ ነሽ ተገችታበት በነበረበት የአፋር ቦታ አካባቢ አገኘን ይላሉ። እድሜውም ሶስት ሚሊየን ስምንት መቶ ሽህ ዓመት ነው ተብሏል። መጠሪያው ላኪ/ Lucky ሆኗል። Lucy – Lucky, „k“ ሲነሳ Lucy ይሆናል።

በቅድመታሪክ ጥናት የመስክና የቤተመኩራ መስክ ሰፊ ምርም ያደረጉት ዶ/ር ዮሐንስ ኃይለሥላሴ እስካሁን በተገኙ መረጃዎች እና ጥናቶች መሰረት ኢትዮጵያ የዘመናዊው ብቻ ሳይሆን በአጠቃላይ የሰው ዘር መገኛ መሆኗን ይገልጣሉ።

ኢትዮጵያዊው “ሉሲ” (እድሜዋ 3.2 ሚሊየን ዓመት) ..አ በኅዳር 24 / 1974 .ም ነበር የተገኘችው። እንግዲህ ሉሲ በተገኘችበት ዓመት ሦስት ወራት ቀደም ሲል እ..አ በመስከረም 12 / 1974 .ም፤ ግርማዊ ቀዳማዊ አፄ ኃይለ ሥላሴ ከኤርትራ በመጣው ጴንጤ ጄነራል አማን አንዶም ተተኩ። ያውም በዕለተ ቅዱስ ዮሐንስ። ዶ/ር ሀይሌ ላሬቦ በቀደም ዕለት ከአፄ ኃይለ ሥላሴ መስተዳደር በኋላ ኢትዮጵያ ጠንካራ አገር እንዳትሆን መንግስቷ ከጦርነት እንዳይላቀቅ ማድረግ አለብን” ማለታቸው ትክክል ነው። ነጠብጣቦቹን እናገናኝ፦ ቅዱስ ዮሐንስ + አፄ ኃይለ ሥላሴ + /ር ዮሐንስ ኃይለ ሥላሴ

በነገራችን ላይ፡ ሉሲየሚለው ስያሜ የተሰጠው፡ አግኝቷል የተባለው አሜሪካዊ ተመራማሪ፡ ዶናልድ ዮሃንሰን Donald Johanson (ስሙ የ ዮሐንስ ልጅ ማለት ነው) ቅሪተአካላቱን ባገኘበት ወቅት “ሉሲ ከአልማዝ ጋር በሰማይ” / “Lucy in the Sky with Diamondsበመባል የሚታወቀውን የእንግሊዝ የሙዚቃ ቡድን ቢትልስ/ Beatles ዘፈን እያዳመጥኩት ስለነበር ነው ብሏል። የሙዚቃ ቡድኑ ደግሞ ይህን ዘፈን ያወጣው ለሉሲፈር ነው። ሰይጣን አምላኪዎች ይህን የቢትልስ ዝማሬ በጣም ይወዱታል፤ በሰይጣናዊ ሥነ ሥርዓቶቻቸው ላይ ዛሬም ሲዘምሩት ይሰማሉ። በድብቅ ሉሲፈር ከአጋንንት ጋር በሰማይ / Lucifer In The Sky With Demons” መሆኑ ነው።

[ትንቢተ ኢሳይያስ ምዕራፍ ፲፬፥ ፲፪፡፲፭]

አንተ የንጋት ልጅ አጥቢያ ኮከብ ሆይ፥ እንዴት ከሰማይ ወደቅህ! አሕዛብንም ያዋረድህ አንተ ሆይ፥ እንዴት እስከ ምድር ድረስ ተቈረጥህ! አንተን በልብህ። ወደ ሰማይ ዐርጋለሁ፥ ዙፋኔንም ከእግዚአብሔር ከዋክብት በላይ ከፍ ከፍ አደርጋለሁ፥ በሰሜንም ዳርቻ በመሰብሰቢያ ተራራ ላይ እቀመጣለሁ፤ ከዳመናዎች ከፍታ በላይ ዐርጋለሁ፥ በልዑልም እመሰላለሁ አልህ። ነገር ግን ወደ ሲኦል ወደ ጕድጓዱም ጥልቅ ትወርዳለህ።

[ንቢተ ሕዝቅኤል ምዕራፍ ፳፰፥፲፫ ]

በእግዚአብሔር ገነት በዔድን ነበርህ፤ የከበረ ዕንቍስ ሁሉ፥ ሰርድዮን፥ ቶጳዝዮን፥ አልማዝ፥ ቢረሌ፥ መረግድ፥ ኢያስጲድ፥ ሰንፔር፥ በሉር፥ የሚያብረቀርቅ ዕንቍ፥ ወርቅ፥ ልብስህ ነበረ፤ የከበሮህና የእንቢልታህ ሥራ በአንተ ዘንድ ነበረ፤ በተፈጠርህበት ቀን ተዘጋጅተው ነበር።

ከአምስት አመት በፊት ሉሲ / Lucy“ የተባለና ከኢትዮጵያዋ ሉሲ/ Lucy ጋር የተያያዘ ፊልም ተሠርቶ ነበር። የፊልሙ ዋና ተዋናይት ታዋቂዋ ስካርሌት ዮህናሰን / Scarlett Johansson ( ዮሐንስ ልጅ) ናት። ከዶናልድ ዮህንሰን ጋር ስጋዊ ዝምድና የላትም። ዮሐንስ + የዮሐንስ ልጅ + /ር ዮሐንስ ኃይለ ሥላሴ።

መጭው ዘመነ ዮሐንስ ነው፤ ብዙ ተዓምራትን የምናይበት ድንቅ ዘመን ነው የሚሆነው

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‘Satan’s Mother’ Places ad in Swedish Paper

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on May 21, 2015

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A baptism notice heralding the arrival of Lucy, a little girl with 666 curls, slipped unnoticed by editors onto the family pages of one of Sweden’s main daily newspapers on Tuesday.

With the number of the beast resting cutely on her forehead, suspicions abounded on social media that little Lucy might in fact be named after Lucifer, the Devil before the fall.

The email address appended to the notice in the Svenska Dagbladet newspaper poured further fuel on the Hellish flames. Read backwards, in the best Satanic tradition, the child’s guardian seemed to be none other than Satan’s mother.

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Adam & Eve

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 17, 2008

One can with certainty speak that the Biblical Garden of Eden lies in Ethiopia. We know that all people are descended from Adam and Eve, and more recently from Noah and his wife. Both the Biblical and scientific documents confirm that Adam & Eve were created in Ethiopia.

Could the Volcanoes in Ethiopia, have been the birth place of life? Could the active volcano, “Erta Ale” in the Danakil area, be the very first kitchen, where God mixed his secret genetic soup? Could Lake Tana, the Garden of Eden, to the west and 300 miles from Erta Ale be the very first dining place where Adam & Eve had their first meal of the grain of paradise?

Did Volcanoes Spark Life on Earth?

Science.com
16 October 2008

A once-discarded idea about how life started on our planet has been given a new life of its own, thanks to a serendipitous find.

The story traces back to the early 1950s, when chemists Stanley Miller and Harold Urey of the University of Chicago in Illinois tried to recreate the building blocks of life under conditions they thought resembled those on the young Earth. The duo filled a closed loop of glass chambers and tubes with water and different mixes of hydrogen, ammonia, and methane–gases presumed at the time to be the main constituents of the atmosphere billions of years ago. Then, in an attempt to confirm a hypothesis that lightning may have triggered the origin of life, they zapped the mixture with an electrical current. The researchers then analyzed the gunk that began to collect after a few hours.
The residue contained traces of some of the amino acids that make up proteins. Their presence suggested that the molecular precursors of life could form through a simple electrochemical process. The problem was that theoretical models and analyses of ancient rocks eventually convinced scientists that Earth’s earliest atmosphere was not rich in hydrogen.

Last year, after Miller’s death, two of his former graduate students–geochemists Jim Cleaves of the Carnegie Institution of Washington (CIW) in Washington, D.C., and Jeffrey Bada of Indiana University, Bloomington–were examining samples left in their mentor’s lab. They discovered the vials of products from the original experiment and decided to take a second look with updated technology. Using extremely sensitive mass spectrometers at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, Cleaves, Bada, and colleagues found traces of 22 amino acids in the experimental residues. That is about double the number originally reported by Miller and Urey and includes all of the 20 amino acids found in living things, the scientists report tomorrow in Science.

So could lightning have helped jump-start life on Earth? Possibly, Cleaves says. Although Earth’s primordial atmosphere was not hydrogen-rich, as were the chambers in the Miller-Urey experiment, gas clouds from volcanic eruptions did contain the right combination of molecules. It is possible that volcanoes, which were much more active early in Earth’s history, seeded our planet with life’s ingredients. The big question is what happened next–how did those molecules turn into self-replicating organic compounds? “That’s the frontier,” Cleaves says, “and we’re sort of stuck there.”

The new study “highlights how easy it is to make the building blocks of life in plausible prebiotic conditions,” says geochemist Robert Hazen of CIW, who was not involved in the research. At the same time, he says, the findings reinforce “the pioneering insight and experiments of Stanley Miller and Harold Urey.”

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Volcanoes Of Ethiopia

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 13, 2008

Alid

Location: 14.88 N, 39.82 E
Elevation: 2,985 ft.(910m)


Alid is a little-visited volcanic structure in the Danakil depression of Eritrea/Ethiopia and covers an area of about 20 sq. miles (30 sq Km). Alid is actually a structural uplift – a dome – whose summit has collapsed.

There have also been explosive eruptions which deposited pyroclastic flows around the uplift. So Alid is a very peculiar type of volcano-tectonic structure.

Alid has been very important geographically. Before Alid was uplifted the Red Sea covered part of Afar. After the Alid activity the sea could not enter Afar and gradually the water there evaporated, leaving behind vast plains of white salts.

Amoissa

Location: 10.069 N, 40.837 E
Elevation: 5,684ft. (1,733m)

Amoissa, also known as Abida, or Dabita, is a caldera that is east of Ayelu volcano and is considered its twin. Steam still sometimes leaks out around the caldera walls, suggesting that hot rocks exist at depth.

Ayelu

Location: 10.082 N, 40.702 E
Elevation: 7,035ft. (2,145m)

 

Ayelu is a stratovolcano in the Ethiopian rift valley. The volcano has no historic eruptions but probably has erupted sometime in the last ten thousand years; unconfirmed activity is reported from 1928.

Butajira

Location:8.05N, 38.35E
Elevation:7,482 ft. (2,281 m)

Butajira, also locally known as Ara Shatan, is the only maar in a 20 km line of recent cinder cones and lava flows on the western margin of the Ethiopian Rift Valley, about 140 km south of Addis Ababa.

Traditionally, the origin of Ara Shatan (whose Guraghinya meaning is ‘Devil’s Lake’) is ascribed to a wizard who long ago fought the local people. When the wizard was defeated he plunged his spear into the ground and angrily cried, “Let this be the devil’s home” whereupon the ground collapsed forming the crater. Local informants maintain that a stone thrown into the lake would be hurled back by the devil.

Dendi

Location: 9.0N, 38.0E
Elevation: 10,692.8 ft (3260 m)


Dendi is a 5 mile (8 km) wide caldera in central Ethiopia, quite close to Wonchi caldera. The most remarkable thing in Dendi is a wonderful, brightly painted Ethiopian Orthodox church. The peak of the Dendi volcano is Mt. Boti, and Lake Dendi lies 118 meters below this point.

Dubbi

Location: 13.6N, 41.8E
Elevation: 5,330 feet (1,625 m)

Dubbi is a tall stratovolcano rising near the coast of the Red Sea (top of image). The volcano is also called Edd, Gebel Dubbey, and Djebel Dubbeh. There are at least 19 craters near the top of the volcano with the largest being roughly 100 x 50 m.

Erta Ale

Location:Lat.13.6N,Long.40.7E
Elevation: 2,011 feet (613 m)

Erta Ale – Queen of all volcanoes — is a shield volcano in the Afar region of Ethiopia. Erta Ale is a remote and rarely visited volcano that is known currently to have an active lava lake in its summit crater.

Erta Ale has undergone seven eruption events in the past 125 years. Three of the early eruption dates, 1873, 1903, and 1904 are uncertain. However, 1906, 1940, 1960, and 1967 are well established events. Erta Ale has been erupting continuously since 1967.

Fantale

Location: 8.975 N, 39.93 S
Elevation: 6,584 ft. (2,007 m)

Fantale is a stratovolcano on the floor of the Ethiopian Rift Valley. Steam issues from vents along the inner walls of the volcano’s 6 km (4 miles) wide caldera.

Gariboldi (or Kone) Caldera

Location: 8.80N, 39.69E
Elevation: 1619 m

Air photo from the Geologic Survey of Ethiopia shows two lobes for this caldera. The main road from Addis Ababa to Djibouti passes along the join of the two collapses.

The older name of the caldera, Gariboldi, supposedly comes from the engineer who built this road during the temporary Italian occupation of Ethiopia in the early 1940s. The new name, Kone, is a local tribal word.

Mega

Lat. 4.08, Long. 37.42
Elevation: 1067 m

The Mega volcanic field includes a number of maars that cut through ancient crystalline rock . If the area did not have a desert climate, the maar would probably contain a lake.

Sabober

Location: 8.97N, 39.93E

Sabober is a small tuff ring in Ethiopia within a few kilometers of Fantale caldera. Local legends state that the dark lava flow or some other nearby flow, erupted in about 1820.

Shala

Location: 7.47N, 38.55E
Elevation: 6,806 ft.(2,075 m)

Lake Shala is the deepest lake (257m) and the largest crater (~12×15 km) in Ethiopia. Volcanologically, the Shala basin is a caldera which probably collapsed during the late Pliocene (about 3-4 mya) following large eruptions of ignimbrites and pumice. The relations between the pre-existing volcanic rock of the rift valley and Shala’s products are unclear, but it is likely that the ignimbrites around Langano, Zuway, and other places in the rift came from Shala. Thick, light colored pumice units exposed high on the south rim of the caldera undoubtedly are from the Shala eruption. Erosionally isolated stacks of ignimbrite and pumice occur on the north rim of the caldera near the track to Abiata.

Chitu is a beautiful crater lake (crater diameter of 1.6 x 1.2 km) with a population of 5,000-10,000 flamingos. The crater’s rim (about 80 m above lake level) is composed of gray tuff containing bomb sags, cross-bedding and dune/antidune structures, comfirming that it erupted through a shallow lake.

 

Wonchi

Location: 9.0N, 38.0E
Elevation: 11,316 ft (3450 m)

Wonchi is a 3.0 by 2.5 mile (4.8 by 4.0 km) wide caldera in the central Ethiopian highlands close to Dendi caldera. Wonchi contains a single crater lake about 1476 feet (450 meters) below the rim of the volcano.

Zukwala

Location: 8.32N, 38.52E
Elevation: 9184 ft (2800 m)

Zukwala is easily the tallest mountain near Adis Ababa. It stands 3600 ft (1100m) above the surrounding plain. The volcano is 7.5 miles (12 km) wide at its base. Many plants cover Zukwala’s slopes. There is a small lake in the bottom of the caldera. Natives of the area believe that the water from the lake will cure illnesses. Two churches have been built on the rim of the caldera.

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