Nov 9, 2011

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ETS GRAFT GENES ON ERECTUS, CREATE US Part 4, Why We Wear Genes like Nibirans’

Ningishzidda, Enki, Adamu & Ninmah. ‘”My Hands Have Made It!’ Victoriously Ninmah shouted.”hin Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 139).

ETS GRAFT GENES ON ERECTUS, CREATE US Part 4, Why We Wear Genes like Nibirans’

by Sasha Lessin, Ph. D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)

Chief Scientist Enki and his son Ningishzidda serviced Erectus women but failed to impregnate them. So Enki and Ningishzidda gathered their own seed, and, in test tubes, fertilized Erectus ova to create zygotes. Then they planted the zygotes in Erectus women. But the first babies born of the Erectus women lacked vision, hand dexterity or internal functioning.

To beat these defects, Chief Medical Officer Ninmah created the next zygote in a vessel of copper3a and African clay instead of a test tube. But this zygote grew into a child who couldn’t talk. [Sitchin, Z., The 12th Planet, page 352].

Then Enki planted a copper/clay vessel-grown zygote in Ninmah’s womb, rather than an Erectus’ or in an incubation box, to see if the baby Ninmah bore would speak. “In the clay vessel the admixture they made, the oval of an Earth female with Anunnaki male essence they put together. The fertilized egg into the womb of Ninmah by Enki was inserted. There was conception.

“To a male child Ninmah birth was giving. Enki the boy child held in his hands, the image of perfection was he. He slapped the newborn on his hindparts; the newborn uttered proper sounds. He handed the newborn to Ninmah. ‘My hands have made it!’ victoriously she shouted.” [Sitchin, Z., 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men, pages 138 – 139]

”The baby, Adamu [One Who’s Like Earth’s Clay], who learned to speak, had smooth, dark red blood-colored skin and black-hair. His penis differed from that of a Nibiran baby. Nibiran/Anunnaki like Enki, Enlil and Ninmah were blue-eyed Caucasians.” [Tellinger, M., 2006, Slave Species of god, page 251]


Adamu’s “malehood; odd was its shape, by a skin was its forepart surrounded, unlike that of Anunnaki malehood it was. ‘Let the Earthling from us Anunnaki by this foreskin be distinguished.’ So was Enki saying.” [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 139]

Once she had Adamu, the prototype for the primitive worker, Ninmah tweeted the Med Center at Shurubak; she needed seven women who’d volunteer their wombs to grow clones of Adamu. “‘His essence alone as a mold shall be!,’ so was Enki saying.” [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 141] Ninmah and the women swore they’d love and support the babes they’d bare.

“In seven vessels of the clay of Abzu [Africa] made, Ninmah ovals [zygotes which Ningishzidda’s and Enki’s sperm fertilized] of the two-legged females placed.

“The life essences of Adamu she extracted bit by bit in the vessels she it inserted. Then in the malepart of Adamu an incision she made, a drop of blood to let out. ‘Let this a Sign of Life be; that Flesh and Soul have combined let it forever proclaim.’ She squeezed the malepart for blood, one drop in each vessel to the admixture she added. ‘In this clay’s admixture, Earthling with Anunnaki shall be bound. To a unity shall the two essences, one of Heaven, one of Earth, together be brought.’ In the wombs of the birth-giving heroines the fertilized ovals were inserted.” Ninmah surgically delivered seven little clones of Adamu from their wombs. [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 141; The 12th Planet, page 352]


Ningishzidda next cloned a female zygote, planted it in Enki’s wife, Damkina, and, when it grew to a viable fetus, surgically removed it. Ninmah named the hybrid Ti-Amat (Mother of Life), a sandy-blonde. [Tellinger, M., Slave Species of god, 2006, page 452]

Ningishizidda cloned Ti-Amat’s essence into seven test-tube zygotes. He planted them in the same Med Corpwomen who’d borne the hybrid males. All the surrogate mothers carried female hybrids. He removed these hybrids surgically.

Ningishizidda told the surrogates he needed their wombs again.

Ninmah objected, “For my heroines too burdensome is baring more Earthlings. Too few are the heroines to bare numbers enough to work mines.

Enki brought Adamu and Ti-Amat to Edin, his place on the Persian Gulf.

He left the seven female and the eight male hybrids cloned from Adamu and Ti-Amat together in an enclosure at his African lab. They copulated often, but the females didn’t conceive.

Nibiran Astronauts who worked the mines and shuttled gold threatened mutiny if Enki and Ningishzidda didn’t bring workers to relieve them.

At the Med Center in Shurubak, Ningishzidda compared Nibiran genes and genes from Adamu and Ti-Amat. He found the genes that allowed reproduction as well as the loci for reproduction on the Nibiran genotype. Nibiran females had a recessive XY chromosomal allele in their genotype whereas Ti-Amat had only XX.

To make the hybrids breedable, Ningishzidda anesthetized Enki, Ninmah and Ti-Amat. “From the rib of Enki the life essence he extracted; into the rib of Adamu the life essence he inserted. From the rib of Ninmah the life essence he extracted; into the rib of Ti-Amat the life essence he inserted. He proudly declared, ‘To their Tree of Life two branches have been added, with procreating powers their life essences are now entwined.’ ” [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 148]

Enki, Ninmah and Ningishzidda hid how they’d altered Ti-Amat. She and Adamu stayed in Enki’s Persian Gulf orchard, while her fetus gestated. Ti-Amat made leaf-aprons for herself and Adamu.


Commander Enlil saw Adamu and Ti-Amat wore aprons and made Enki explain. Enki confessed; Ti-Amat’s fetus would, in turn, breed.

“The last bit of our life essence to these creatures you have given, to be like us in procreation knowing, perchance our [millions of years] life cycles on them to bestow,” Enlil roared. Enki’s team had exceeded Enlil’s okay to clone mine slaves.

“My lord Enlil,” Ningishzidda was saying, “knowing for procreation they were given, the branch of Long Living, to their essence tree was not.” [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 149]. “A longevity gene or genes known to Enki [and Ningishzidda] was deliberately excluded from the human genome when the ‘mixing’ of genes took place.”3 [Sitchin, Z., 2010, There Were Giants Upon the Earth, page 245]

“Then let them be where they are needed,” Enlil with anger said. “To the Abzu [Africa] away from the Edin, let them be expelled.” [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 149].

In Zimabawe, Enki settled Adamu and Ti-Amat in a forest enclosure. There Ti-Amat bore twins she conceived with Adamu. She bore other children who interbred and multiplied.

In a few thousand years, “the Earthlings were proliferating….To be with the Anunnaki [Nibiran astronauts] they were eager, for food rations they toiled well. Of heat and dust they did not complain, of backbreaking they did not grumble. Of hardships of work the Anunnaki were relieved.” The Earthlings worked the African mines and cargo boats that, in just ten days, brought the gold from the mines to Bad-Tibira in Sumer” to smelt, refine and form “into portable ingots for transshipment to Mars. The vital gold to Nibiru was coming;” steadily. “Nibiru’s atmosphere was slowly healing.” [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 151; 2010, There Were Giants Upon The Earth, page 99].

(To be continued)


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