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2021.11.30 08:07 Leon0983X Black Angus Rinderfilet aus unserer Betriebskantine

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2021.11.30 08:07 holycutlery Using the same values but getting the wrong answer using y = mx + c but the right answer when using y - y1 = m (x - x1)

I have never had this problem before in my life. I have the correct values of x, y and m but get the wrong answer when using y = mx + c. How is this possibly the case? This keeps happening. The most recent example from the question I am doing now: x= 1, y=3, m= -1/2.
when using y = mx + c, c comes out as 5/2 (-1/2*-1 gives positive 1/2, and 3-1/2 = 5/2), meaning the equation of the line is y = -1/2 x + 5/2, or 2y + x - 5 = 0
when using the other equation y - y1 = m (x - x1), it comes out as 2y + x - 7 = 0, which is the correct answer. How can this be the case? Should I just simply not use y = mx + c unless the question asks for it, and even then should I check it using the other equation? Hopefully someone will be able to point out that I am just being an imbecile
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2021.11.30 08:07 Fiter120 Heya, I just discovered this place through random browsing!

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2021.11.30 08:07 deranjnonSTOP Scrisoare deschisă: Nemulțumiri în cadrul studioului teritorial Iași al TVR

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2021.11.30 08:07 Stankoman Platforms offering HIGH APY's (>10%) are not being honest

Very unpopular opinion but here we go:
For some reason nobody in this sub is casting a shadow of a doubt on how NEX.O or Celsiu.s can offer such high APYs. Where does the money come from? How is it sustainable? 14% APY on any coin (even stables) is not normal (even in the crypto world) and should NOT BE considered normal.
Then we all know all the shady shit USDT (Tether) is doing and how NEX.O is always on the receiving end of USDT minting process. Again. Nothing about this.
Then we have lending platforms AAV.E and Compoun.d which will only give out 2-5% on stable coins, which actually makes sense, since the APY is charged to the borrower.
Am I the only seeing an issue in this?
Please someone enlighten me how this is possible? Where is the money coming from?
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2021.11.30 08:07 extsania 📢 Today's Drop Weird Vitalik NFT

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2021.11.30 08:07 LiterallyStonkler Euro zone inflation hits record high in likely peak

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2021.11.30 08:07 yohy51244 Ontario's Second Career Program

Has anyone applied for this program and maybe share your experience? A family member is looking to apply but would be helpful if someone can outline the entire process. How long does it take to get approved? How much money do you actually get if it's approved? What happens if your grades end up low and say you fail an exam or course, do you need to pay back the money? Just whatever info you can share about this program. Thank you.
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2021.11.30 08:07 1enox A farewell to Kimi Raikkonen – Formula 1’s ‘Iceman’

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2021.11.30 08:07 Defiant_Race_7544 Cannabis: What Happens In 2022 | CEO Raj Grover

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2021.11.30 08:07 Tomasjouby STB SMART

Extremely Well Organised Servers (Find The Content You Want Easily)
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2021.11.30 08:07 LeoTrotzki611 Destroy Durstlöscher Dienstag

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2021.11.30 08:07 Kyoko-White More than 50 Remote jobs from Multiple companies

Our hiring agency collected a list of remote jobs from multiple companies. We know times are tough right now and we hope this list might help some of you here.
Here is the spreadsheet with a list of remote vacancies.
Remote vacancies are mentioned in first sheet while local jobs are mentioned in second sheet.
If you have any questions or trouble finding a relevant job on the excel sheet. Just let us know and we'll do our best to help you.
We hope we could help some of you who might have been laid off during the pandemic.
Best of luck, lets all work together to help each other during these tough times.
Feel free to share this list with any loved ones who you think it might help
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2021.11.30 08:07 Mysterious_Two_5849 Why does it not work. What should I do to get help?

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2021.11.30 08:07 LiterallyStonkler Hong Kong’s zero-COVID policy keeps movers busy, gives recruiters headaches

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2021.11.30 08:07 thethaosocc Soi kèo nhà cái Watford vs Chelsea 2h30 ngày 2/12

Hãy cùng Thethaoso nhận định soi kèo nhà cái Watford vs Chelsea 2h30 ngày 2/12 để có những góc nhìn khách quan và cập nhật nhất về trận đấu này nhé.
xem bài viết chi tiết tại:
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2021.11.30 08:07 cantgetschwifty Hur lämnar man GME-sekten?

Frågar åt en kompis. Hur lämnar man?
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2021.11.30 08:07 Ludkokupus [30/11/2021, 18:00] 8. kolo 1. HMNL - Futsal Pula Stanoinvest v Futsal Dinamo

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2021.11.30 08:07 majozaur Amsterdam area next to Utrechtsestraat, Maja Wrońska, watercolor, 42x56cm

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2021.11.30 08:07 nokapoka Can someone help me find this video please?

There was a video released in the news media recently where a homeowner parks his car in his yard, gets out and proceeds to his door. Three burglars approach him and then one gets in his car. The burglars don’t know that the homeowner is conceal carrying a gun. The homeowner then begins shooting the three burglars as they scramble to run away. This was caught on home security cam. I don’t know what state this was either. Does it ring a bell? Please help me find the video.
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2021.11.30 08:07 T3knikal95 My friend has a gaming channel that deserves a lot more views than he gets
His channel is linked above, if you enjoy gaming please give him a watch and see if you like what he does.
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2021.11.30 08:07 RustySpoon745 How are people so socially inept at the gym?

Some bitch just took the machine I placed my towel and phone on top of while I did my usual pace around whilst resting and I literally had to pull my phone and towel from under her ass while she was using it to get that shit back.
I don't even know what to do. I didn't even confront her. I want to be pissed but she's honestly just baffled me with that amount of social ineptitude.
(She saw me place it down and I was within a foot from the machine, literally circling like a fuck vulture)
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The twelfth and final labour of Heracles considered by himself to have been the “hardest” – corresponds in part to the submission of the Asag monster by Ninurta. Asag apparently belonged to the category of Mesopotamian “demons” of the Underworld called “Galla” or “Gallu” – that were very often generically represented (since most demons in the Sumerian Underworld looked like that) as creatures with lion-faces or rather canine/feline appearances in general, often times described as hairy, with claws, fangs, scaly bodies, some serpentine and bird-like rapacious features – and some of them are even equipped with wings while others are not. Their purpose was to drag souls into the Underworld and most importantly drag them back if they tried to escape and prevent them from leaving. The galla in particular were described in texts as amounting up to 7 in number – and, coincidentally – the gates of the Underworld that a god had to cross in order to enter it – were claimed to be 7 as well. In other words; the demons stood guard at the gates – and it’s no wonder that Asag – being the most (or one of the most) powerful gallas as described through his features – might have been perceived as standing in the mountains (the exterior to the Sumerian Underworld – the Kur) where he was said to be waiting for Ninurta in the text “Lugal-e”: "Ninurta, the Asag is waiting for you in the mountains." – lines 135-150, Ninurta's exploits: a šir-sud (?) to Ninurta / Lugal-e. Given those features for the Mesopotamian “Gallas” – naturally Asag is also depicted as a “dog” sometimes with serpentine and bird-like features: "The Asag leapt up at the head of the battle. For a club it uprooted the sky, took it in its hand; like a snake it slid its head along the ground. It was a mad dog attacking to kill the helpless, dripping with sweat on its flanks." – 168-186, Ninurta's exploits: a šir-sud (?) to Ninurta / Lugal-e. The fact that this last labour was the “hardest” is also stated within the text of Lugal-e – where “Sharur”; the talking-sentient mace of Ninurta, tries to discourage the god into engaging in this feat, since it was pretty much deemed impossible: "But lord, do not venture again to a battle as terrible as that. […] Lord, do not go to such a great battle as this! […] Ninurta, […] this time you will not equal the Asag! Ninurta, do not make your young men enter the mountains." – lines 135-150, and also the fact that Ninurta apparently suffered an initial defeat during his match with Asag and risked his own life:
168-186. "[…] Like a wall collapsing, the Asag fell on Ninurta, the son of Enlil. […] An (Anu) was overwhelmed, crouched, wrung his hands against his stomach; Enlil groaned and hid himself in a corner, the Anuna flattened themselves against walls, the house was full of fearful sighing as of pigeons. The Great Mountain Enlil cried to Ninlil:
187-190. "My wife, my son is no longer here; what is there to support me? The lord, the authority of the E-kur, […] a crown with broad shade, my son, my security -- he is not here any more: who will take me by the hand?"
191-214. The weapon which loved the lord, obedient to its master, the Šar-ur …… for Lord Ninurta to his father in Nibru (Nippur) ……. The awesome splendour enveloped Ninurta like a garment, ……. …… bound him: therefore the lord ……. The weapon …… spoke to Enlil.
215-224. "…… Ninurta, having confidence in himself; …… he will be standing; the waters will be dried up as if by the sun's heat; …… he will breathe again, he will be standing full of joy. I shall cause horrid storms to rise against …… of the hero Ninurta […] Now I shall give my orders, you are to follow these instructions:"
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"…… in the fields, let him not diminish the population. …… let him not cause a lack of posterity. Let him not cause to perish the name of all the kinds of species whose destinies I, Enlil, have decreed."
225-227. The weapon, its heart ……, was reassured: it slapped its thighs, the Šar-ur began to run, it entered the rebel lands, joyfully it reported the message to Lord Ninurta:
228-243. "My master, …… for you, Enlil has said: "As the Deluge (i.e. Ninurta), before whom the venom has piled up, attacks the enemy, let him take the Asag by the shoulder, let him pierce its liver, let my son enter with it into the E-kur. […] My master: the Asag has constructed a wall of stakes on an earthen rampart; the fortress is too high and cannot be reached, …… its fierceness does not diminish."
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"My master, ……."
244-251. Ninurta opened his mouth to speak to the mace ……. He aimed the lance at the mountains ……. The lord stretched out an arm towards the clouds. Day became a dark night. He yelled like a storm, …….
251-264. […] The weapon covered the mountains with dust, but did not shake the heart of the Asag. The Šar-ur threw its arms around the neck of the lord.
Also, the fact that Asag had to be submitted without the use of conventional weapons (as in Hades in the Greek equivalent specifically asking Heracles to subdue Cerberus " without the use of the weapons which he carried", or more specifically "master Cerberus without shield or Iron") is expressed almost in the same way for Asag because most weapons don’t work against him: "This thing's strength is massive, no weapon has been able to overturn it. Ninurta, neither the axe nor the all-powerful spear can penetrate its flesh, no warrior like it has ever been created against you." – lines 57-59, thus invalidating the use of conventional weapons. But – there is more. Ninurta was clearly “revived” by his own weapon in a life-threatening moment ("Ninurta, having confidence in himself; …… he will be standing; …… he will breathe again, he will be standing full of joy" – as ordered by Enlil to Sharur) – thus justifying Sharur’s initial doubts about engaging into a battle such as this ("But lord, do not venture again to a battle as terrible as that. […] Lord, do not go to such a great battle as this! […] Ninurta, […] this time you will not equal the Asag! Ninurta, do not make your young men enter the mountains." – lines 135-150) – since the deed was considered pretty much impossible. The tradition of Ninurta overcoming Asag – is transposed into Semitic culture with the apparent “death” and defeat of Melqart (the “Baal“ – Heracles of Tyre) at the hands of Typhon – where “Typhon” according to Greek mythology – was a monstrous serpentine giant (also depicted as winged), son of Gaia) and Tartarus. Typhon apparently attempted to overthrow Zeus for the supremacy of the cosmos and the two fought a cataclysmic battle, which Zeus won by striking Typhon with his thunderbolts. Defeated, Typhon was cast into Tartarus. There are varying accounts on the matter – where some give Heracles as the hero who overcame the beast while others as Zeus (since in later times – Ninurta was considered both “Herakles” and “Zeus” at the same time). In the case of the initial “defeat” and “resurrection” of Melqart/Heracles by Typhon – his companion Iolaus brought a quail to the dead god (presumably a roasted quail) and its delicious scent roused Heracles back to life. This is echoed in the slaying of Asag by Ninurta where – the god, apparently not “breathing” initially when “Asag fell on him like a wall collapsing” – is promised to "… be standing [again]; …… he will breathe again, he will be standing full of joy" by his father Enlil through Sharur. Sharur, the talking-sentient mace of Ninurta is also described in the text (Lugal-e/ a šir-sud (?) to Ninurta) as spreading its “wings” and flying much like an eagle: "Someone from afar came to meet it, brought news for the tireless one, the one who never rests, whose wings bear the deluge, the Šar-ur." – "In his heart he beamed at his lion-headed weapon, as it flew up like a bird, trampling the mountains for him." 96-118. Naturally the Sharur could have also been interpreted as an “eagle” or “bird” that gave aid to the hero in a difficult moment. The fact that both Asag and Typhon were described as serpent-like, with dog or lion features and wings (since Asag is leaping all over the mountains reaching the sky during battle) – made it so of course that soon enough different mythological/hybrid beasts became assimilated to one another and sometimes considered the same creature. And this also goes for the Anzû-bird. Anzû was depicted as a massive bird who can breathe fire and water, although Anzû is alternately depicted also as a lion-headed eagle. In Sumerian depictions the bird Anzû sometimes resembles an eagle, sometimes an owl – or, alternatively, especially in its Akkadian form as Imdugud – he mostly resembles a dog/feline with feathers and wings. Well, coincidentally – Anzû himself speaks in the first-person in the myth entitled: “Lugalbanda and the Anzud bird” – claiming specifically that: "My father Enlil brought me here. He let me bar the entrance to the mountains as if with a great door. If I fix a fate, who shall alter it?" (Lugalbanda and the Anzud bird – lines 90-110). Thus Enlil kept the Anzû as a “pet” – and he placed him as guardian of the entrace (the great door) to the Underworld (the mountains – Kur). Rings a bell?. Enlil was also called as one of his epithets: “” – “Great Mountain [Kur]” – where, although it referred to him as “Lord of the Mountain”; it also unequivocally alluded to him being the Lord of the Underworld [Kur] as well – because Enlil also bore the title of: “King of the foreign lands” and “foreign lands” is a typical designation for the Sumerian Underworld – the Kur. And also – once again – leaving no doubt, Enlil himself was said to have been banished to the Underworld from his city of Nippur when he raped and impregnated Ninlil – an act that was deemed immoral and against the code of conduct; which what is told specifically in the myth entitled: “Enlil and Ninlil”. Thus the Lord of the Kur – the Underworld, owned Anzû as a pet which guarded the entrance to the mountains – and the guardian of the Underworld resembles a winged dog with feathers (where in Sumerian the terms “dog” (ur) and “lion” (ur.mah) were extremely similar with lion basically meaning: “big dog”). This of course is the Sumerian equivalent of the twelfth labour of Heracles where he’s bound to fetch Cerberus – the hound of Hades; and bring him back alive – where, although in the Anzû-myth the creature is claimed to have been pierced by an arrow shot by Ninurta – Ninurta in the subsequent myth entitled: “Ninurta and the Turtle” is said to have brought to the Abzu-temple of Enki the “chick” of the Anzû, and Enki congratulates the hero specifically stating that: 'Hero, no god among your brother gods could have acted so. As for the bird which your mighty weapon captured, from now to eternity you will keep your foot placed on its neck.' (Ninurta and the turtle – lines B15-24); thus proving that the bird was “captured” and brought to the Abzu temple of Enki in the form of a “chick” – which might be an offspring of the Anzû-bird and thus correspondent to Anzû itself as though it was “reborn” after being slain by Ninurta with an arrow and brought back as a trophy in the form of a newborn chick. The fact that Cerberus in the Greek equivalent returns to Hades (the Underworld) after his capture by Heracles – is also echoed in this narrative where the Anzû returns to the Abzu, the “Underworld” (or the “waters in the depths the earth”) from where it originally came from (since in the Anzû-myth it is claimed that Enlil looked carefully at the monster that had sprung forth from beneath the earth and asked where it could have possibly come from:
Father of the gods, Duranki´s god [Enlil], looked at him,
But kept his thoughts to himself.
He studied Anzu closely [ ]
He considered with (?) [ ]
´Who gave birth to [ ]
Why is this [ ]
Ea answered his heart-searching,
The far-sighted one addressed his words to Enlil,
'Surely water of the spate begot Anzu,
Holy water of the gods of Apzu.
Broad Earth conceived him…'
– and thus in a sense since Anzû was conceived by the waters of the Apsu, he was then returned to its rightful owner (the Apsu). In the myth of “Ninurta and the turtle” there is also mention of yet another potential “death” of the hero/god at the hands of Enki who punishes him for his hubris – but, being Ninurta a “Messiah-figure” he dies plenty of times and then returns alive and well since it’s a motif repeated for the mythology of such a character – and his final “death” and possible consacration as one of the heavenly gods happens on a “pyre” or on top of a “mountain/pyramid” where he’s burned away and ascends to heaven – or in other versions just as the fire is consuming him, a chariot (or eagle) comes in and rescues the god bringing him up to the heavens. But regardless – Anzû/Cerberus is stolen from the Underworld (the “Mountains” where Ninurta battles the Anzû-bird) and then “returned” to the Underworld itself (the “Abzu/Apsu” which is thus considered to be yet another entrance into the Sumerian Underworld). In some early sources Cerberus' capture seems to also involve Heracles fighting Hades. Homer (Iliad 5.395–397) has Hades injured by an arrow shot by Heracles – and this is completely mirrored in the Anzû-myth where – as stated above, Ninurta shoots an arrow that pierces the Anzû-bird killing him, but the source-text is not clear enough as to who exactly was wounded with that shot, because although it refers to Anzû being slain, it also considers it as though the arrow pierced the Mountains and wounded them:
Anzu grew weary and in the clash of tempests shed his pinions.
He (Ninurta) took a throw-stick to follow his arrows,
And cut off his pinions, detached both right and left.
He (Anzu) saw his wings and emitted his utterance.
But as he shouted 'Wing to wing' a shaft came up at him
A dart passed through his very heart.
He (Ninurta) made an arrow pass through pinion and wing,
A dart passed through heart and lungs…
–And this is where it seems that the arrow killed Anzû, but then in the verses immediately after it is stated:
He slew the mountains, inundated their proud pastures,
Inundated the broad earth in his fury,
Inundated the midst of the mountains, slew wicked Anzu,
And warrior Ninurta regained the Tablets of Destinies for his own hand.
–Thus the mountains were “wounded” (although the word used is “slain”) and inundated by Ninurta’s battle and final strike (the arrow) – whereas Anzû was ultimately slain. As far as the Tablets of Destinies are concerned; they were perceived as being the object that granted rulership – so whomever possessed them had the right to rule – which is why as stated previously, Anzû/Asag were also identified with “Typhon” and the hero that fought him as both “Heracles” and “Zeus” – because although it corresponds to the capture of Cerberus by Ninurta; depending on the version of the myth that was inherited by different cultures (even all within Greece) – the monster was either killed or captured and in one case it was equivalent with the hound of Hades while in others it was regarded as the king of the giants “Typhon” that tried to steal rulership from Zeus – and in both cases Heracles and Zeus that fights Typhon is Ninurta that fights Anzû/Asag (and mind you – Anzû had stolen the Tablet of Destinies from Enlil thus trying to steal his “rulership” as king of the cosmos). Enlil was the ruler of the Underworld and thus the word: Kur – became synonimous with him – but, even though the “Kur” was a generic term that referred to a not-so-well defined landmass identified as a “mountain” – it was an impersonal noun that represented a “location” rather than a “being” – but, later cultures adopted a certain god of the Underworld who was claimed to have been an ancestor of Enlil and his wife Ninmesharra (a possible epithet of Inanna or Ninlil, since they’re both the same goddess) – and this deity of the Underworld was called: “Enmesharra” (Lord of all me’s – where the word “Me” designates in Sumerian all knowledge that the gods possessed) – and Enmesharra was equivalent with the Hurrian deity “Alalu” – who was the previous ruler of the gods before Anu took over, and the forefather of a previous generation of gods (before the Anunnaki – offsprings of Anu). Anu and Enlil were believed to have battled him and relegated him to the Underworld when he lost – but other traditions regard him as having chosen the position of “ruler of the underworld” by himself. Regardless, Enmesharra was considered the father of “Sebitti” – a group of seven minor war gods that sometimes appear as antropomorphic deities or personified weapons (some of which are of foreign origin); while sometimes they are confused with the similarly called: “Seven Winds” which might be a manifestation of the Sebitti in the form of malevolent winds. Enlil – the god of Air, was in charge of the Seven Winds, and in the Anzû-myth he gives them to Ninurta to fight Anzû. Given that Enlil’s name was regarded as having originated from the myth of a so-called “cave of winds” either in the interiors of the earth (the Sumerian “Kur”), or – if the term “Kur” is interpreted as meaning “mountain”; from the heights of a mountain itself – as this was the mythic location of the birth of the “seven winds” who were believed to have their home in the mountains where they were born and raised, Enlil thus acquired them there earning for himself the title of: “En.lil” – “Lord-Air”. Since Enlil was thus connected to the Sebitti/Seven Winds and had succedeed Enmesharra when the latter was banished to the Underworld – naturally the two gods were confused over time, since not only was Enmesharra the ruler of the Underworld itself – but Enlil also had been considered the “lord of the Kur (the Underworld)”. Some of the Sebitti themselves were regarded also as monsters slain by Ninurta – which bears an association between Enmesharra and the creatures subdued by the hero Ninurta because based on this re-interpretation of events; the ancients thus believed in later re-elaborated versions of those same myths that the monstrous creatures were sent forth by Enmesharra (Kur) himself to challenge the gods. And also, based on these later re-interpretations, naturally – when Ninurta was still considered the original hero and he was claimed to have shot an arrow that “wounded” the Mountains; since Enlil is the victim of a theft by Anzû who steals the Tablets of Destinies from him thus usurping his power in the Anzû-myth – on this occasion he couldn’t possibly be equivalent with Enmesharra (even though in later cultures he was identified as such, as mentioned previously) – and this pretty much excludes Enlil from the “Kur” or the “Underworld” in the Anzû-myth, since he dwelt in the world above whilst the one below (the Underworld) was on the other hand considered the “enemy” to be slain in the form of the Anzû-monster; and based on this – the “rule of the underworld” itself in this case would be left to Enmesharra; and seeing as to how just like in Greece “Hades” was both the name of the Underworld and the god who reigned over it – this time Ninurta wounding “Kur” – equals also to him wounding the “king of the Kur”; Enmesharra, with an arrow, which is how for example the tradition was later remembered by the Babylonians during their festivals. This also equals to Heracles shooting an arrow at Hades and stealing Cerberus, who later returns to the Underworld by himself or is returned by Heracles. The myth of the “theft” or “slaying” of Anzû was later re-written once more in a text called: The Labbu Myth or “The Slaying of Labbu” – which is completely identical only to the original for one difference – where the beast Anzû is re-interpreted as being instead a Bašmu or Mušḫuššu-dragon, which are once again – leonine creatures with some serpent-like features, and whose descriptions fit those of the Anzû-bird as well. The hero given in this much late myth is either Nergal or Tishpak (the tutelary god of Enshnunna who replaced Ninazu – a previous underworld deity) – and in the case of Tishpak; he corresponds to the Hittite/Hurrian god “Teshub” – which is equivalent with IshkuAdad and thus Marduk. Nergal on the other hand replaced Ninurta in very few later myths because although his cult did not spread as widely as that of Ninurta – the god “Ninurta” himself was also called: “Nergal” in some cities – and thus the two gods were often times confused together and seen as equivalent. The sea, tāmtu is once again claimed to have given birth to the dragon (line 6) – just like Anzû was born of the pure waters of the Abzu – and, in exactly the same way as for the original Anzû-myth where the gods call upon a “champion” to slay the beast – and Ninurta who’s chosen initially cowers and runs away refusing to face the demon (hiding himself) – in the same exact way the god mentioned in the Labbu-myth (Nergal/Tishpak – which are basically recasts of Ninurta) initially raises objections to battling the beast and refuses to do so – but, after a gap in the narrative, a god whose military strategy is mentioned – aids Nergal/Tishpak into engaging the enemy in exactly the same way as for the much older Anzû-myth, where Ea/Enki and Ninhursag give tactical advice and military strategy to Ninurta before the battle even begins and Enki also keeps in contact through Sharur (the talking-sentient mace of the god), telling Ninurta to engage and how to do so. Then, again as a copy of the Anzû-motif because the two are one and the same myth written under different interpretations – the god (Nergal/Tishpak) slays Labbu by piercing him with an arrow – and he’s thus seen as the victor over the sea (Tamtu) much like Ninurta had also defeated the waters of the primordial sea (the Apsu) by slaying Anzû with an arrow and inundating the land. The comparison with further versions of the same myth was done in order to reinforce the idea of Anzû being the so-called “hound of the Underworld” – because the subsequent re-interpretations of Anzû as a Mušḫuššu-creature are still coherent with his role of “pet” and protector of the Underworld itself, where for example the gods of the Underworld “Ninazu” and “Ningishzida” were both seen as the owners of Mušḫuššu, who protected them and the underworld as a whole. The Mušḫuššu-dragon was thus inherited by Tishpak/Nergal (who’s basically Ninurta) just as the original Ninurta had also inherited the Anzû-bird as his symbol – which is why later on tutelary gods such as Marduk for Babylonia or even Serapis (Osiris-Apis) – that are again, all recasts of the figure of Ninurta as a “healer” and chthonic god; are seen as holding Cerberus on leash, because it represented their own personal “pet”: Mušḫuššu/Anzû – and that is creature that Heracles/Ninurta defeats and takes from Hades/Kur. Initially Cerberus was represented as one-headed in older Greek depictions – with snakes coming out of his body and sometimes a mane (reminiscent of the serpentine elements along the body of Anzû and the lion-face) but was later revisited and given from one to a total of fifty heads in some accounts, and sometimes even multiple pieces of all kinds of different animals that were said to be attached to the rest of his body – (and this was due to the fact that, as mentioned prevously – Asag, Anzû, Mušḫuššu and other creatures were often times fused with each other and considered the same monster – thus mixing characteristics of one and the other). The dynamics of the capture and defeat of Cerberus also vary depending on which particular myth was mixed with the other – because, Cerberus is claimed to have been conquered without the use of weapons – and this is echoed, as stated previously, in the Asag episode for Ninurta but also in the Epic of Gilgamesh where Gilgamesh himself defeats Humbaba (the giant serpent-like monster who guarded the entrance to the mountains named: “mashu” – the twin peaks, that were thus deemed to represent yet another entrance into the Sumerian Underworld and “Humbaba” was confused over time with the previously mentioned monsters such as Anzû for example because he too guarded the mountains and was the property of Enlil) – and the conquering of the beast is claimed to have been done by Gilgamesh also with his bare hands and fists. The theme of “stones” present in the picture are also reminiscent of the Asag-myth where Ninurta fights the monster Asag and his “stones” and defeats him with his club – or also the Epic of Gilgamesh once again, where the Garden of the Gods was claimed to be located beyond the sea having to pass through an area of some apparent stone-like creatures named: the “stone-things”; that Gilgamesh had to cross in order to reach Urshanabi, the ferryman of the gods. Or, once again – where Ninurta is claimed to have fashioned a poisonous dart/arrow as instructed to him by Enki/Ninhursag before the battle which is how he slayed Anzû; and that is what might have spawned opposing traditions that fused all of these accounts together and recalled that the monster was essentially defeated with a stone or by Heracles fashioning spear-points/arrows made out of stone (replacing the “poison” motif) etc. thus combining different traditions together. Either way the imagery of Heracles bringing beasts in “chains” such as Cerberus for example – is derived from the expression utilized both for the Anzû-myth as well as the Asag-episode where Ninurta is claimed to have been the one who “forced the shackles of the gods” on these wild creatures. According to the premise: Heracles goes to join the Eleusinian mysteries because he had to learn how to descend into the netherworld; which corresponds to Ninurta having traveled to Eridu (the city of Enki) – as explained by a seperate myth (and possibly, a myth that also precedes the slaying of Anzû) where the god Ninurta needed to learn the Me’s (knowledges) from Enki – the lord of the Abzu. And after having learned the me(s) – Ninurta is then tasked specifically by the god Enki (maybe not coincidentally since Enki had “prepared” him) to go slay the Anzû and bring back the beast to him in shackles along with the Tablet of Destinies (all on behalf of Enlil, of course – who was the rightful owner; and Enki in the Anzû-myth had also suggested to Enlil that Anzû should be captured and become the property of Enlil himself, and thus turned also into a servant of the Lord of Air – which means that even though the passage of ownership was from Enmesharra [Kur] – to Enlil; since both of them were considered the “lord of the Kur” and in later times syncretized and viewed as one of the same god, in either case Cerberus/Anzû still belonged to Hades).
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