Before feasting on the wealth of Sumerian scroll seals that follow (stone cylinder seals that roll over clay/wax to imprint a seal on a papyrus scroll), here is a brief update on the beginnings of Babylon. The cradle of civilisation is often spoken about at a place called Sumer in Mesopotamia, well over 4700 years ago which became Babylon in the area of Iraq today. The Sumerians that founded the site seen below was the biblical Babylon which originates from the word ‘Babilani’ in Akkadian’ which means ‘gateway of the ‘gods’. This is another clue here since they aligned stone gates for viewing the important stars here as they rise in the east on special days. ‘Babel’ or ‘Babylon’ is supposed to represent ‘the place where ‘god’ came down to Earth ref’ - Genesis 11:1-9. Taken literally this suggests a visitation event… contact. In Mexico the largest ancient city of the Maya that the Spaniards conquered was given the identical name but historians think it is just a coincidence.
Sumer was situated within the Mesopotamian plain, now Iraq - between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers in Bagdad. What we see in the image below are the ruins of Babylon today after Saddam Hussein rebuilt the three original ziggurat pyramids which are located almost in an equilateral triangle layout position. Wayne has proposed here that Babylon was another star map of the three Sun-like stars near the Pleiades that is associated with these so called Sun gods. The ruins that Wayne hoped would match the Pleiades position in a layout plan were destroyed so long ago that there are also no layout patterns visible.