Ask the Nuwaupians was an "Aam" called a year by the Sumerians?

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Question: Ask The Nuwaupians:

Why would Mr. York deceive you into thinking that an "Aam" is called a year by the Sumerians?

Answer: Man leave us Nuwaupians alone, now that POPS is on lock down, we live by faith!

In Malachi York's Holy Tablets bible Chapter 1 Tablet 5:29-30 he says writes,

29.) "This great planet-sized ship, Nibiru, came nearer to your solar system, traveling at the speed of light, 186,272 miles per second. Yet it is found to be exactly 186,282.396 miles per second, or 299,792,458 kilometers per second.

30.) It came from Illyuwn, the 19th galaxy, a tri-solar system having 3 suns, also called The Great Galaxy, known as the "place on high;" called heaven or even Jannat, on a journey through the stars that took 25,920 years,
a year is called an Aam by the Sumerians, who were taught by the Anunnagi".


There is no Sumerian word "Aam" meaning "year" 

There is however a Sumerian sign for year "Mu" 

The ePSD (Electronic Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary)
has several words denoting a year in various forms,

1. akiti: festival written, a2-ki-ti; a2-ki-te; a2-ki-tum "a festival at new year; month name" 
2. imma: last year written, im-ma "last year" 
3. mu'ua: this year written, mu-u2-a "this year" 
4. mu: year, written mu "year" 
5. mubal: next year written, mu-bal-a "next year" 
6. zagmuk: new year, written zag-mu "new year; beginning of a cycle?"

The word that best reflects Mr. York's claim of a year is, MU.

John A. Halloran's "Sumerian Lexicon" has it as,

mu-X: year X 
(indicates a date according to a notable event that occurred during the year).

mu-dù-ù-bi: all year long ('year' + 'to work' + 'after' + 'it').

mu þé-ñál-la: a year of abundance ('year' + 'overflow; abundance' + genitive).

mu-im-ma: last year ('year' + 'last, previous').

Dr. Halloran was asked about this and he says that to the best of his knowledge and works of his constituencies, there is no Eme.gir (Sumerian) sign known as aam that identifies a year or time.

We also find this word "MU" throughout the Sumerian Kings List, here's a short reference.

1) [nam]-lugal an-ta ed3-de3-a-ba
2) /eridug\ki nam-lugal-la
3) eridugki a2-lu-lim lugal
4) -mu- 28800 i3-ak
5) a2-lal3-jar "mu" 36000 i3-ak
6) 2 lugal
7) -mu--<bi> 64800 ib2-ak
8) eridugki ba-cub
9) nam-lugal-bi bad3-tibiraki-ce3
10) ba-de6
11) bad3-tibiraki en-me-en-lu2-an-na
12) -mu- 43200 i3-ak

"After the kingship descended from heaven, the kingship was in Eridug. In Eridug, Alulim became king; he ruled for 28800 -years-. Alaljar ruled for 36000 -years- 2 kings; they ruled for 64800 years. Then Eridug fell and the kingship was taken to 
Bad-tibira. In Bad-tibira, En-men-lu-ana ruled for 43200 -years-

If you search the Chicago Assyrian Dictionary, you'll get more information pertaining to Mu as a year, yet nothing in Sumerian using aam as a sign for a year in any form.

The Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative has an expanded section of the Sumerian Kings list, giving a number of uses of the wedge sign for year.

The Sumerian Drehem tablets and The Ur III Collection in the Cuneiform Digital Library Journal 2002 are good sources that mention the sign mu.

Transliteration of lines 1-5 
1) 2 udu
2) 3 ud5
3) Òu-gid2
4) u417-kam
5) ki ta2

Translation of 1-5
1) 2 sheep,
2) 3 nanny goats,
3) Òugid offerings,
4) the 17th day,
5) from TaÌiÒ-atal,

Transliteration of 1-6
1) 1 gu4 1 ab2
2) u4 18-kam
3) ki in-ta-e3-a-ta
4) du11-ga i3-dab5
5) iti a2 -ki-ti
6) mu ma2d-en-ki ba-dim2

Translation of 1-6
1) 1 ox, 1 cow,
2) the 18th day,
3) from Inta›ea,
4) Duga accepted.
5) Month “Akitu”,
6) year: “The boat of Enki was fashioned”.

With the large volume of sources that use the sign Mu denoting year(s) it's very strange for York to assert that the Sumerian word used for year to be aam, especially when he offers nothing in support of that idea.

"They make statements about events and time, but they don't produce the evidence, or the document to support what they say, which leaves the reader in the same state they are in religion, to believe, but not have facts" -Let's Set the Records Straight pg. 239

"everything I have been teaching you, is WITHOUT DOUBT".
The Degree of Christ-ism pg. 512

"...that's why I teach you to have FACTS because by having FAITH it isolates the ability to question".
The Degree of Christ-ism pg. 433

-Malachi York