Dec 29, 2011

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MARDUK aka RA, WOULD-BE KING OF EARTH & NIBIRU

MARDUK aka RA, WOULD-BE KING OF EARTH & NIBIRU

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

Extract from Anunnaki, Gods No More: Unmasking Technologically-Advanced Goldminers From The Planet Nibiru

Who Posed as Divine

Nergal (on right) convinced Marduk (on left) to leave Bablylon to get weapons hidden in Africa

Nergal (on right) convinced Marduk (on left) to leave Bablylon to get weapons hidden in Africa

 

 

 


 

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For a few decades on Nibiru, Marduk (aka, on Earth) Ra, Ra-amon, Amon, Aten, Bilulu, Bel, Nimrod, Ares, Mars), son of Damkina (King Alalu’s daughter) and Enki (Enki was son of Anu, Alalu’s successor), could succeed Alalu. Until Anu overthrew Alalu, both Anu and Alalu proclaimed Marduk Heir Presumptive.

Marduk’s father’s brother Enlil (Commander on Earth) gave Marduk rule of the transhipment facility and the Astronaut Corps on Mars. But 350,000 years ago, Nibiru neared Earth and brimstones rained on Earth and Mars, loosed earthquakes and volcanoes on both planets, trashed Marsbase and forced the Corps to leave it. So Marduk lost his command.

Enki took Marduk to the moon. They surveyed the moon as an alternative base. On the moon Enki gave Marduk vast scientific information.

Enki told Marduk he’d help him reclaim his right to rule.

In 9780 B.C.: Enki gave Marduk rule of Egypt and its Earthlings. Marduk divided Egypt between his sons Seth and Osiris.

Marduk said he’d marry Sarpanit, a hybrid daughter of Enkime (a direct descendent of one of Enki’s Earthling sex partners). Marduk’s marriage would bind the Earthlings to him; he’d wield them as weapons, and defeat Enlil on Earth. Then with armies of Earthlings, he’d reclaim his right as Alalu’s heir to rule Nibiru.

Enlil let Marduk and Sarpanit proclaim they’d wed at Eridu. But Enlil ordered the couple, after they wed, to Egypt.

200 Igigi astronauts occupied the Lebanon Airport, then flew to Eridu. After the wedding, each astronaut seized an Earthling woman. They took the 200 Earthlings back to Lebanon and radioed Enlil: “Bless our Earthling marriages or by fire all on Earth shall we shall destroy.” Marduk, the astronauts’ Commander, demanded Enlil ratify the unions. Marduk and Sarpanit stayed with other Igigi families in Lebanon and begat Nabu.
When Enlil ordered the Indus Valley developed as a dowry for Inanna and Dumuzi, Marduk had his sister Geshtinanna seduce their brother Dumuzi. After she got his ejaculate, Geshtinanna said, “Marduk of raping me will accuse you.” Dumuzi drowned as he fled Marduk’s agents. Inanna chased Marduk through the chambers of the Great Pyramid. When he came out, the Enlilites convicted him and sentenced him to die. But King Anu had Ningishzidda rescue Marduk. The Enlilites exiled him to North America. In Egypt, they now called Marduk Ra- Amen (Amen = hidden)

In 8670 B.C., Inanna & the Enlilites again defeated Marduk and his armies. Marduk and his forces fled to the mountains. Inanna blasted them with “an explosive beam and forced them south.” Marduk, Gibil, Seth, Horon and Enki escaped into the Great Pyramid at Giza. In exchange for a peace treaty, Enki surrendered and replaced Marduk with Ningishzidda as ruler of Egypt.

In 3850 B.C. , Anu inspected the Earth Project, and at the Peruvian Spaceport pardoned Marduk. Sarpanit had died; Marduk and Nabu moved to Enki’s place in Eridu. In 3460 B.C.E. Marduk extended Enki’’ base in Sumer at Babylon (within Eridu), as his headquarters.” Marduk had his Earthlings built a “tower whose head shall reach the heavens–a launch tower.

Nabu gathered Earthlings and Marduk taught them to make bricks for Babylon, his spaceport. With a spaceport, he’d challenge the Enlilite spaceport on the Sinai. But Enlilites bombed the tower and Marduk’s camp at Babylon and he fled to Egypt. Enlilites scattered Marduk’s Earthlings and gave them different languages and scripts.

“Marduk, after a long absence, to the Land of the Two Narrows [Egypt] returned, Ningishzidda as its master he there found.” For the next 350 years, armies Marduk and Nigishzidda clashed over Egypt. Finally, Enki ordered Ningishzidda to leave Egypt to Marduk. Enki hadn’t passed rule of Nibiru to Marduk, but maybe he could settle Marduk in Egypt. Enki gave him computer programs to make Egypt prosper; he gave him all his knowledge except how to revive the dead. Marduk replaced Ningishzidda s image on the Sphinx with Osiris’. Marduk told his pharaohs he’d mummify and rocket them to Nibiru for eternity with the gods. He rallied Egypt against the Enilites.

In 2316 B.C., Sargon and Inanna invaded Babylon, filled an urn with Babylon soil and planted it in Agade, symboling she’d build her own tower to launch rockets to Nibiru. Marduk returned from Egypt to Babylon. When Marduk fortified Babylon and diverted rivers to it before they flowed to other Sumerian cities and said he’d build his spaceport in Babylon. Marduk’s waterworks stopped water to Sumer’s Enlilite cities, Inanna loosed lasers on his Earthlings and he shot laser beams at her armies. The Anunnaki Council told Nergal to restore Sumer’s water and disarm Marduk and Babylon. In Uruk, Nergal allied with Inanna and asked Inanna to help thwart Marduk. Nergal and Inanna made love and planned to conquer the Earth.

Nergal and his Africans marched to Babylon, where Marduk greeted them. Nergal promised Marduk if he’d leave Babylon for South Africa, he’d get weapons–Alalu’s hidden nukes–and computers hidden there. Marduk said that if he left Babylon, the waterworks would fail, and Sumer’d suffer floods, dried-up crops and cholera. Nergal said he’d respect the waterworks. Reassured, Marduk went to South Africa. Then Nergal destroyed the system and created floods, dried-out fields and canals throughout Sumer.

Marduk took Harran from Nannar and cut Sumer from trade with the Hittites. Nabu roused the cities west of the Euphrates and Canaan against Enlil. Marduk and Nabu threatened both the Spaceport. Nergal nuked Marduk’s forces in Canaan. Nabu escaped westward to an island in the Mediterranean. The nuclear cloud blew to the Enlilites’ Sumerian turf and killed all Sumer except Marduk’s Babylon. Marduk made Babylon Capitol of Sumer and, around 2000B.C., proclaimed himself God of the gods. He renamed Nibiru, after himself, “Marduk” and created New Years Celebrations there to enact “his” entry into the inner solar system and creation of Earth, then of Earthlings.

He renamed Mercury, “Nabu.” Marduk developed a priesthood which studied omens and a horoscope that predicted the effects the planets–and their namesakes–had on Earthlings. He degraded Sumer’s astronomical observations, compassionate support of citizens, and the status of women. He excluded women from high office and the exercise of art.

In 587 B.C., forces of Marduk’s Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar overran Enlil’s forces in Jerusalem. Nebuchadnezzer installed a king there, ordered worship of Marduk. In 539 B.C., Cyrus of Persia conquered Babylon and Marduk welcomed him. Alexander of Greece, who thought Marduk begat him, took Persia, then Egypt. In Egypt, Alexander saw Marduk floating in fluid, dead or in suspended animation.

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More on the Gods of Old: Anunnaki: Gods No More by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)

 

 

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