Shiva is Satan
The symbol of the Ankh in Egyptian has a specific name its a letter that spells the name of a divinity. The Ankh is in two parts the top is the Shi letter and the shaft the Va letter in Egyptian. This in Egyptian symbolism forms the formula of the Ankh which spells Shiva. And is called: Infinity, Eternity. This symbol later becomes the trident letter in the ancient alphabet. The concept of infinity or eternity in Sanskrit is called Sat-an.
The Ankh is originally called An in Egyptian. In India, An is also a ancient name of Shiva. Who carries the trident. The symbol of the Ankh in Egypt is the Trident in the east.
The An is also called the Anki in Sumeria, which had the same culture as the Egyptians. Anki is the proper spelling of Enki. Who is also called Satan in Sumeria as well.
In ancient Sumeria:
As Laurence Gardener showed in his book: Genesis Of The Grail Kings that....
"The Serpent Lord was Enki, but in parts of Chaldea[ my note Sumeria] He had been called Shaitan."
Anki is called the Lord of the Eye. The Eye of Shiva in Hinduism. The Ankh was drawn in Egyptian art pointing to the forehead to symbolize the open eye.
The Ankh is the symbol of life in Egypt and Anki is the God of the Waters of Life in Sumeria. Shiva as a mantra is used in the head to activate the pineal gland which secrets the dew which is the water of life the Soma or Amrit which means "Immortality" in Sanskrit. Satan is also Satanama in Hinduism a mantra to open the third eye.
Shiva is Satan. The ancient texts in the east and near east state that Shiva ruled the golden age of humanity in Kumara Kandam and taught humans spiritual, cosmic knowledge so that humans could ascend, in the first Sangha. This is Satan.
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