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

INANNA by Sasha Lessin, Ph. D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)
Inanna and Sargon

Inanna and Sargon

Inanna, called Irnini, Ishtar, Ashtoreth, Annutitum, Aphrodite, Athena,
Anat, Venus, Eshdar, Innin, Ninni, Kali and Shakti, was genetically
Nibiran but born on Earth to Ningal and Enlil’s son, Nannar. Ningal,
bore Inanna and her twin Utu who seemed immortal to the Earthlings. But
offspring born to Nibirans on Earth matured faster than those born on
Nibiru. Inanna’s growth seemed stunted ; she reached a mere 66
inches height, whereas Nibirans born on the homeplanet usually over 84
inches [Sitchin, Z., 2010, There Were Giants Upon The Earth, page 221].
Inanna visited Nibiru at least once.


13,000 years ago, “After the Deluge, on the Landing Platform [Lebanon],
Dumuzi and Inanna their eyes on each other set. Hesitant at first they
were, he of Enki’s lineage, she of Enlil an offspring [son's
daughter].” Enkiite and Enlilite elders hoped that if Dumuzi wed Inanna,
the deadly rivalry between their lineages would stop. Enlil ordered the
Indus Valley developed as a dowry for Inanna and Dumuzi. [Sitchin, Z.,
2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 251; 2010, There Were Giants Upon The
Earth, page 215]

Marduk, ruler of Egypt and Babylon, induced Geshtinanna, his sister and
also Dumuzi’s to Dumuzi then yell rape. Marduk’s security team
drove the fleeing Dumuzi to his death. Inanna returned Dumuzi’s body to
Sumer and had it mummified to rise, she said, on a “Final Day” and
rejoin her bodily. She told the Earthlings Dumuzi’d revive, since
Nibiran gods like him live forever.


Inanna went to Dumuzi’s older brother, Nergal, in South Africa, so
he could impregnate her for Dumuzi (This custom’s called levirate).
Nergal’s mate, Inanna’s younger sister Erishkigal, killed Inanna
but Enki sent medical androids who revived Inanna.


In 8670 B.C. Inanna helped defeat Marduk and the Enkiites in the Second
Pyramid war. Marduk’s armies retreated from Ninuta’s attack into
the mountains but Inanna blasted them with “an explosive beam that
tore the enemy apart” and forced them south. She demanded Enlil
appoint her ruler of Egypt in Marduk’s stead, since Marduk had
caused Dumuzi’s death. But, when Enlil re-assigned areas of rule,
not only did he give rule of Egypt to Ningishzidda, by he also he
assigned her none. She and Dumuzi, she shouted, should’ve ruled the
Upper Nile. As Dumuzi’s Queen to Be, she should rule the Nile. I led the
war against Marduk and that too entitles me to my own domain, she
roared. She hallucinated that various Earthling men she with whom she
coupled were Dumuzi, but usually killed them after sex. The Enlilite
leaders tweeted Anu on Nibiru. He hadn’t visited Earth for 7,000 Earth
Years. Come to Earth, Enki pleaded, deal with Inanna.


In 3800 B.C. Anu and his Queen, Antu, rocketed to Earth. At Anu’s temple
at Uruk, Sumer’s sacred precinct, Antu, taught Inanna tantric sexual
meditions and how to channel the sexual energy she and Anu would share
to elevate their whole clan. Then Antu ritually gave Inanna to Anu. Antu
and the Nibiran elite meditated outside the love-chamber as Anu and
Inanna coupled. Antu and the Nibiran royals shared ecstasy, epiphany and
satori. “The sexual experience was a merging of energies which enhanced
the creative powers of both parners and the aggregate of their race.”
Anu renamed his great granddaughter Inanna, “Anu’s Beloved;” She’d been
called Irnini before this. He’d bed her whenever he visited Earth.

The King gave her the temple where they loved and the skyship he’d
use to survey Earth. Inanna, he said, would run Uruk’s temple
through a priest/king, the son of her brother Utu with an Earthling.
Earthlings paved Uruk with “limestone blocks brought from mountains
fifty miles to the East.” They erected a thick, six-mile long wall
around both Uruk’s living quarters and Inanna’s temple. But
Inanna fumed while the leading Enlilite men built cities in Sumer. “All
the while the domain of her own she demanded. `The Third Region
[India] after the second one will come! her leaders thus assured her.”
[Ferguson, V., "Inanna Returns," in Of Heaven and Earth, Z. 1996,
Sitchin, Ed., page 92; Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page
279; Sitchin, Z., Divine Encounters, pages 166 -176; 2010, There Were
Giants Upon The Earth, page 75]


Inanna wanted to expand her temple at Uruk (the Bible’s Erech) into
a city like Ninurta’s city, Kishi, in Sumer. Ninurta had built Kishi
with fifty MEs–programs for mathematics, beer-making, smithing,
pottery, wagon and wheelmaking and law–Enki gave him. Enki, as “the
chief scientist of the Anunnaki” released the MEs “to benefit mankind,
step by step.” Inanna, too, needed great-uncle Enki give her MEs too.
“The MEs, physical objects one could pick up and carry (or even put on),
contained secret knowledge or data like our computer chips on which
data, programs and operational orders have been recorded. On them the
essentials of civilization were encoded.” [Sitchin, Z., 1985, The Wars
of Gods and Men, page 239]

Enki flirted with Inanna when he came to his villa on the Persian Gulf.
She wanted his MEs for weaponry, statecraft, mathematics, writing,
metallurgy, masonry, arts, courts. He could thrill her with advanced
sexual practices too. She visited him at Abzu, his palace in southeast
Africa. She got him drunk, seduced him. He gave her the Mes.
Straightaway, she slipped them to her pilot to take back to Uruk. Enki
sobered, locked her up at Eridu and tried to get the MEs back. Inanna’s
grandfather Enlil flew to Eridu to confront Enki. “By right the MEs I
have obtained, Enki himself placed them in my hand placed them! So did
Inanna to Enlil say; the truth Enki meekly admitted.” [Sitchin, 2002,
The Lost Book of Enki, page 281].

In 3760 B. C., Inanna chose the first King, the Lugal. The Lugal
represented the gods to the Earthlings. 23 successive Lugals ruled Sumer
for 24,510 years. Lugals shifted their administrative centers from Kishi
to Inanna at Uruk, then to Akad. When Enlil ordered kingship transferred
to Uruk , Inanna activated the MEs. With the MEs she made Uruk a mighty
city state, and made Enmerkar (son of and successor to her nephew)
ruler. In 3450 B.C., Inanna joined the other Enlilite in the bombing
raid on the Launch Tower and Earth-to-space communication center he was
building in Babylon.


Recognizing her contributions, the Enlilite Council named the
Constellation The Twins, after Inanna and Utu and further bowed to
Inanna’s growing power. The Council replaced Ninmah with Inanna both as
member and as the god of The Maiden [Virgo].

“In the eastern lands, beyond even seven mountain ranges, was the
Third Region, Zamush, Land of Sixty Precious Stones, was its highland
called. Aratta [Harappa] the Wooded Realm, was in the valley of a
meandering great river [Indus] located. In the great plain did the
people cultivate crops of grains and horned cattle herd. There too two
cities with mud bricks they built, with granaries they were
filled.” [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, pages 286 - 287].
Inanna appointed an Adapite Hybrid Earthling Shepherd-Chief (descended
from Dumuzi) King of Aratta.

Inanna “liked to roam the lands and took a liking to the people who in
the upper plain of the two rivers dwelt. They were the Igigi who
descended to Earth from heaven from Lahmu (Mars). The Igigi Aryans moved
east, following Inanna [they called her Ishtar] to the Indus Valley
[Aratta, Pakistan] and laid the foundation for the Indo-European
culture.” [Tellinger, M., 2006, Slave Species of god, page 499] Enlil
ordered Enki to craft a new language and script for Aratta. Enki wrote
the language but refused Aratta computer programs (MEs) for Aratta to
make Inanna a world power. Enki said Inanna could share with Aratta the
MEs she’d already seduced from him for Uruk.

Inanna shuttled in her skyship between Aratta and Uruk. Her second ruler
in Uruk, Enmerkar (Utu’s grandson and a Earthling) sent an emissary
to the Arattan King. Enmerkar’s emissary bore an inscribed message to
Aratta. In the message, Enmerkar demanded Aratta swear feality to Uruk.
But the Arattan King couldn’t read the Sumerian writing. After ten
years, Enmerkar asked Utu to have Nisaba, the astronauts’ scribe, teach
him Arattan script. When he’d learned it, Enmerkar sent his son, Banda
The Short, to Aratta with a message in Arattan: “Submit or War! ” The
Aratta King wrote back that he’d prefer trade–Aratta’s precious stones
for the MEs of Uruk, or if Enmerkar insisted on war, let one champion of
Aratta and one Uruk fight to settle the war. But “On the way back,
carrying the peace message, Banda fell sick; his spirit left him. His
comrades raised his neck, without the breath of life it was. On Mount
Hurmu, on the way from Aratta, to his death was Banda abandoned.” So the
peace message never reached Enmerkar, and “In the Third Region,
Civilized Mankind did not fully blossom.” [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost
Book of Enki, pages 287-289].

Inanna ruled India and Uruk but she hallucinated Dumuzi. “Journeying
between Unug-ki and Aratta, Inanna restless and ungratified was, for her
Dumuzi she still mourned, her love’s desire unquenched remained. When
she flew about, in the sunrays Dumuzi’s image she saw shimmering and
beckoning.” In her dreams and visions, Dumuzi told her he’d return and
share with her the “Land of the Two Narrows.” [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The
Lost Book of Enki, page 291].

In Uruk, “A House for Nighttime Pleasure she established. To this young
heroes, on the night of their weddings, with sweet words she lured: Long
life, a blissful future to them she promised; that her lover Dumuzi was
she imagined.” But “each one in the morning in her bed was found dead.”


Utu revived Banda, who returned to Uruk. Inanna hallucinated that Banda
was Dumuzi. “‘A miracle!’ excited Inanna shouted. `My
beloved Dumuzi to me came back!’ In her abode Banda was
bathed.”Dumuzi, my beloved! she called him. “To her bed, with flowers
bedecked, she lured him.


“‘When in the morning Banda was alive, Inanna shouted: `The
power of dying in my hands was placed, immortality by me is
granted.’ Then to call herself a goddess Inanna decided, the Power
of Immortality it implied.” [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki,
page 292]


Banda succeeded his father, Enmerkar, as King of Uruk. Banda married
Ninurta’s daughter, Ninsun, who bore Gilgamesh. Gilgamesh went in vain,
to the rocketpad at Baalbek to plead with the gods for a rocket to
Nibiru for the immortality they enjoyed. In Lebanon, near Inanna’s home,
Gilgamesh and his android pal Enkidu tracked the security robot to the
launchpad. As they watched a rocket launch, Inanna watched them from her
skychamber. She saw them smash Enlil’s robot. “At the entrance to the
Cedar Forest its fire-belching monster their way blocked….To pieces it
they broke. Watching Gilgamesh take off his clothes, bathe and groom
himself, glorious Ishtar [Inanna] raised an eye at the beauty of
Gilgamesh. “Come, Gilgamesh, be thou my lover. Grant me the fruit of thy
love!” But when he declined her offer, Inanna, enraged, demanded Anu
release the guard-bull at the launchpad. Anu complied. The bull charged
Gilgamesh and Enkidu but Gilgamesh stabbed it while Enkidu held it.


With her weapons, armies and power (she said) to bestow immortality,
Inanna controlled kingship of Sumer, the First Region, for 1000 years.
In 2371 B.C., Inanna chose her gardener, Sargon, the Akkadian warrior
king to lead her armies and Sumer. He rose from gardener to king when he
raped her and she liked it. Nannar fathered both Sargon and Inanna.
Enlil ratified Sargon, who carried Enlilite genes, to rule Sumer.
[Ferguson, V., "Inanna Returns," 1996, in Of Heaven and Earth, Z.
Sitchin, Ed., page 95]

Sargon began his rise when he saw Inanna snooze in his garden. “He
bent over her perfect face and lightly, then, as she–half
awake–responded, kissed her savagely. He entered her as she opened her
eyes and her eyes shone with pleasure.” She declared Sargon her
lover. Inanna repeatedly joins powerful aggressive Adapite men to lead
her armies. Inanna told Grandfather Enlil, Sargon would unite
Sumer’s cities and protect Enlilite cities. Sargon and Inanna built
their capital, Agade in Akkad (near Babylon). They subdued all Sumer
except Lagash, her Uncle Ninurta’s fief. She led Sargon’s army
through Luristan in the Zagros Mountains. With the army and her
mass-killing weapons, she and Sargon united Sumer. They spread spoken
and written-on-clay Akkadian all over Sumer and spawned the Semitic
languages (including Hebrew and Arabic). [Sitchin, Z., 1985, The Wars of
Gods and Men, pages 10 -11].

In 2291 B.C., “In the First Region, Enlil and Ninurta absent were, to
the lands beyond the oceans Inanna and Nergal went; In the Second
Region, Ra was away, as in other lands he traveled. Her chance in her
hands to seize all powers Inanna envisioned.” [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The
Lost Book of Enki, page 303]

Inanna, Naram-Sin (Sargon’s grandson) and the Akkadian armies captured
Baalbek, the Landing Platform in Lebanon. Then they dashed along the
Mediterranean coast for the Sinai Spaceport and inland for Mission
Control in Jerusalem. The Akkadians crossed the forbidden Forth Region,
the region taboo to Earthlings (across the Jordan from Tell Ghassul, the
private city of the igigi astronauts’ and their hybrid wives). In Sumer,
only Ninurta’s city, Lagash [Tello], “beyond the reach of Inanna’s
ambitions” and “protected by the best-trained soldiers in the land” held
out against Inanna and Naram-Sin [Sitchin, Z., 2010, There Were Giants
Upon The Land, page 274] .

Then Inanna and the Akkadians conquered Jerico, which then switched
alliance from Inanna’s father, Nannar, to her. Inanna’s armies, under
Naram-Sin, joined Nergal’s black Kuthians, and conquered Egypt. In 2316
B.C., while Marduk built an army in Egypt, Sargon invaded Marduk’s empty
stronghold, Babylon. To show his disdain for Marduk, the king filled an
urn with Babylon’s soil and marched off to plant it in Agade for
Inanna. Marduk had left Babylon in 3450 B.C. on the condition that
Nergal, Inanna and their soldiers stayed out of Babylon. But now Sargon
“took away the soil for another Gateway to the Gods [Tower to Launch
Rockets to Nibiru].” Inanna prepared to build a launch site of her own
and take interplanetary power [Sitchin, Z., 2010, There Were Giants Upon
The Earth, page 270].

Marduk and Nabu returned from Egypt to Babylon. They fortified the city
and diverted rivers to it from the other Sumerian cities. Marduk said
he’d build his spaceport in Babylon. “In the heart of Edin, in the midst
of the First Region, Marduk himself established! “Inanna’s fury no
boundaries knew; with her weapons on Marduk’s followers death she
inflicted. The blood of people, as never before on Earth, like rivers
flowed.” She and Sargon fought Marduk. Inanna and Marduk both loosed
lasers on each other’s slave armies.

“While Inanna remained gorgeous and enticing, Sargon began to age and
drink too much. Inanna watched as the man she once loved passionately
crumbled into a pathetic drunk afflicted by insomnia, haunted by
demons.” In the end, Marduk’s minions besieged Sargon and he died
cursing Inanna [Ferguson, V., "Inanna Returns," in Of Heaven and Earth,
Z. 1996, Sitchin, Ed., page 97]


The Anunnaki Council asked Marduk’s brother, Nergal of Kuth, to
disarm Marduk and Babylon. Nergal and his retinue of black Earthlings
left south Africa for Babylon. En route to Babylon, Nergal visited
Inanna in Uruk. Though she was Enlilite and he Enkiite, Nergal allied
himself with her against his brother, Marduk (also an Enkiite). Marduk
ran Egypt, north of Nergal’s and Ereshkigal’s realm in South Africa.
Marduk’s claim to rule all Earth alarmed Nergal. He asked Inanna to help
him contain Marduk. Nergal and Inanna sealed their alliance sexually and
planned to conquer all Earth for themselves.

Nergal tricked Marduk to leave Babylon for South Africa, then broke into
Marduk’s control room and snatched his “brilliance” (energy radiation
source), which controlled the irrigation system for all Sumer. Enki,
Nergal’s father, ordered Nergal back to Africa, but Nergal left a
garrison of his African men near Babylon, where they could aid Inanna.
Inanna then publicly, “to defy the authority of Anu and Enlil, abrogated
their rules and regulations and declared herself Supreme Queen.”
[Ancient text, Queen of all the MEs; Sitchin, Z., 1985, The Wars of Gods
and Men, page 254]

In 2255 B.C., Inanna recaptured Uruk, destroyed Anu’s temple there and
sent Naram-Sin to attack Enlil’s minions at Nippur. She declared herself
supreme to even Anu, King of Nibiru and father of Enlil, her father’s
father. Enlil sent Ninurta and Ninurta’s cavalry and army of Gutiums
(from the Zagros Mountains of northeast Sumer) to reconquer Sumer and
kill all Earthlings in Akkad/Agade. Ninurta’s forces laid waste to most
of Sumer; they spared only Ninurta’s city, Lagash. Enlil ordered death
for Inanna’s strongman, King Naram-Sin, for his attack on Nippur.
Enlil’s agents planted a scorpion to kill the King. Enlil also ordered
Inanna arrested but she claimed sanctuary with her father and Ningal,
her mother. Then Inanna flew to Nergal’s Lower Africa. For seven years,
she and Nergal plotted to overthrow the Council.

Back in Sumer, in 2095 B.C., SHULGI succeeded Ur Nammu. Inanna invited
Shulgi to Uruk. She declared him “the man for the vulva of Inanna.” They
wed in the temple where Anu had elevated her in tantric ritual. She
again bonded with an alpha Earthling. In 689 B C. Assyrian King
Sennacherib used “rocketlike missiles” Adad gave him to sack Babylon.
Then Sennacherib attacked Jerusalem. Enlil, who controlled Mission
Control Jerusalem, zapped the his erstwhile Assyrian and Sennacherib
fled back to Nineva in Sumer, where he named his younger son Esarhaddon,
his successor. Sennacherib’s older sons killed the King, but the
Nibirans hid Esarhaddon. Enlil sent Inanna to Assyria. She disarmed the
Ninevan army and destroyed their weapons. Esarhaddon rules, she
proclaimed. Inanna kept protecting Assyria. She fired “an intense,
blinding brilliance” she wore on her headgear to blind enemies of
Esarhaddon’s successor, Ashurbanipal, in battles in Arabia and in an
attack on Marduk’s Egyptian forces. Inanna “rained flames upon
Arabia.” [Sitchin, Z., 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men pages 12-19, 276

After Nuclear fallout from the Enlilite nuking of the Enkiite Dead Sea
Cities destroyed all life in Sumer, Inanna fled to Anatolia, where, in
1190 B.C., as Aphrodite, she fought on the side of Troy and was wounded
by Diamedes. She helped her half-Earthling son Aeneas flee Troy, sojourn
in Carthage, settle in Latina, marry a local and begat descendants,
including Numitor, King of Alba Longa. Numitor begat Rhea, the mother of
Romulus and Remus by either Mars of Hercules, the putative ancestors of
Julius Caesar.

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