Desert Storms

I said I was going to stop blogging for a while but I’ll tell you that is not so easy for me. I am reading Rick Riordan’s fascinating book The Red Pyramid to my son and just had an epiphany. Set is the antagonist in the novel who aims to burn the desert clean and have his demons build a temple to him in Phoenix Arizona (see my post on Phoenixes).

Riordan is the same author who wrote the popular Percy Jackson series about the Greek gods.


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In Ancient Egyptian religion, Set was the god of the desert, storms, and foreigners. In later myths he was also the god of darkness and chaos. –Source


Set Image by Jeff Dahl under CC BY-SA 3.0 license

In operation Desert Storm foreigners literally stormed the desert. The United States led a coalition force in response to Iraq’s invasion and annexation of Kuwait.

Was Set behind George H. W. Bush’s coalition?


The invasion of Kuwait by Iraqi troops that began 2 August 1990 was met with international condemnation, and brought immediate economic sanctions against Iraq by members of the UN Security Council. U.S. President George H. W. Bush deployed American forces to Saudi Arabia, and urged other countries to send their own forces to the scene.

The great majority of the military forces in the coalition were from the United States, with Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom and Egypt as leading contributors, in that order. Around US$36 billion of the US$60 billion cost was paid by Saudi Arabia. –Source

United Nations Security Council Resolution 666 was adopted on 13 September 1990 with 13 votes [I’m not kidding]. Cuba and Yemen voted against the resolution, with Cuba stating that even through the use of disclaimers, the resolution amounted to “using starvation as a weapon of war”, banned under Protocol 1 of the Geneva Conventions. –Source

The burning oil wells led to darkness falling over the entire region.


In the chaos that ensued between 400,000 and 600,000 ancient Sumerian, Akkadian, Babylonian, Assyrian and Chaldean artifacts were plundered. –Source

At least 80 percent of the 170,000 separate items stored at the National Museum of Antiquities in Baghdad were stolen or destroyed during the looting rampage that followed the US military occupation of Baghdad. The museum was the greatest single storehouse of materials from the civilizations of ancient Mesopotamia, including Sumeria, Akkadia, Babylonia, Assyria and Chaldea.

It also held artifacts from Persia, Ancient Greece, the Roman Empire and various Arab dynasties. The museum held the tablets with Hammurabi’s Code, perhaps the world’s first system of laws, and cuneiform texts that are the oldest known examples of writing-epic poems, mathematical treatises, historical accounts. An entire library of clay tablets had not yet been deciphered or researched, in part because of the US-backed sanctions that restricted travel to Iraq. -The Sacking Of Iraq’s Museums – US Wages War Against Culture And History by Patrick Martin (source)

In a revealing interview with Josh Reeves on Red Ice radio he speculates that the obvious motivation of controlling the richest oil production on the planet might have been nothing more than a side benefit to securing particular ancient Anunnaki artifacts containing the spirits of powerful beings known as Djinns.

David Wilcock said in his popular 2012 Enigma video:

“The development of artificial stargates also came from ‘cylinder seals’ extracted from Iraq from both the first (1991) [Desert Storm] and second (2003) Gulf War [Coalition of the Willing] military interventions by the US and its allies. The cylinder seals contain extraterrestrial information given to the ancient Sumerians who faithfully replicated this information on cuneiform texts.  One of the primary “secret” reasons for U.S. military intervention into Iraq was motivated by the desire to recover and control stargate technology in both 1991 and 2003.”


Set was the god who dismembered Osiris, sealed 13 pieces of his body in a coffin (but threw his penis into the river) and tossed the box into the Nile (see Omphale).

Are you content to live in da Nile or are you ready to face the fact that the gods are real?

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5 thoughts on “Desert Storms”

  1. I watched and read a lot of the foreign coverage of this. Especially the Xinhua and Russian media and others. They always gave accurate information.
    The Russians reported a kind of strange ceremony in the ancient Babylon, it was filmed from their satellites and the Russian were the only ones to notice, but then again it’s the old KGB.
    I know the bottles are in collections in New York, DC.
    Most in the great estates that are outside of DC, the vast tracts, gated, walled, beyond what Americans even understand , just like the houses in New York.
    I wondered to about the Djinn after hearing about the ancient
    jars. One can get command for wealth. Is this what compelled later the collapse that has made some stupendously rich?
    It is well known that many are in private collections. Are some collectors doing more than just setting them in cases?

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