I've been researching the signs on the Rendlesham Forest UFO sighting (I have translated them), and something caught my attention. I thought you might appreciate this idea as well. The signs in proto-Sumerian for Ezen and Ub are interesting. Ezen can be defined as: a festival, a song, (party or celebration). The sign looks like this: Those are simply two variations of the same sign - used sometimes with the lines and sometimes not. UB may be defined as : a ruin mount. But it also contains the theme of "lament", so it's more of a memorial mound, burial mound, mound of fallen heroes, etc. Not a burial pit or individual grave, but an elevated mound filled with fallen warriors. Here's the sign (looks Hebrew or Witchey, right?) As a compound sign, which is completely normal and acceptable in Sumerian writing, the Ezen Ub would thus give us: A festival in Memorial for Fallen Warriors. And it would look exactly like this, with both variations given: Do you recognize it yet? How about if I show it to you in a more modern version, that found on US Army Air military airplanes from the beginning of WWII? One represents a 6000 Year Old Memorial to fallen Warriors, the other a 75 year old logo or symbol used for heroes headed into War. And no, these were supposedly NOT known or the symbols understood, prior to about 1980s or so. And no record that I have been able to find, records the combined symbols that I have shown you, although as I said they represent valid symbols, and probably do appear on some tablet or other. Coincidence?