Feb 7, 2013

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NIBIRANS KEPT LONG LIFE FROM GILGAMESH AND US: Web Radio, Article, Youtube

NIBIRANS KEPT LONG LIFE FROM GILGAMESH AND US: Web Radio, Article, Youtube
Gilgamesh & Uruk

King Gilgamesh before his city, Uruk, in Sumer (Iraq)

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NIBIRANS WITHHELD GILGAMESH’S & OUR LONGEVITY

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

                 Enlil, Commander of the goldmining expedition from the planet Nibiru to Earth, made sure we Earthlings couldn’t live the hundreds of thousands of years Nibirans could. He and his cohorts denied long life to us, except for a very few.  They kept longevity from their half-breeds. They even denied longevity to the Sumerian King Gilgamesh of Uruk, who was 3/4 Nibiran.   Gilgamesh’s father, Banda, married Ninsun, daughter of Enki and Ninmah.  Banda and Ninsun begat Gilgamesh, who was thus Enki’s grandson.  Gilgamesh  boasted, “I’m three-forth god.” (as  genetically-pure Nibirans called themselves).  

                In 2500 B.C.,  Gilgamesh provoked riots in the Capitol of Sumer, Uruk, fief of Commander Enlil’s granddaughter, Inanna, and home of Ninsun, daughter of Enki and Ninmah.  Inanna insisted on worship from the people of Uruk.  She held instant life-death power them all, even King Gilgamesh, who served at her pleasure. 

            Though Inanna excited Gilgamesh, she left him unsatisfied most of the year.  He only slept with her once each year, and only then if he passed the life-jeopardy tantra test of seed-withholding.  The law of Uruk forbade the King, on pain of death, from conjugating with Inanna at any other time.*

           Each year, in his eagerly-anticipated tantric session with Inanna, for which priests groomed and scented him, Gilgamesh, suspended on ropes, penetrated Inanna  50 times without ejaculating.  If he petered out in this ritual, she would zap him with her laser.  When he passed the test, she invited him to her bed for a night of more varied sex.   [ZS, King, 43-44]

            The rest of the year, Gilgamesh loosed his lust on Uruk’s brides. He made any he fancied couple with him before their husbands could.  

Enkidu

 

 

 

 

 

Enki, a great geneticist, created Enkidu in his lab. Enkidu was a huge, powerful man, strong enough to challenge Gilgamesh and distract him from his sexual rampages. Gilgamesh developed his strength as an animal in the wilds.  Before he could send Enkidu against Gilgamesh, he needed to tame and civilize him.  So Enki sent tantric priestess Shambat to tame Enkidu.  

Enkidu&Dakini

 

 

 

 

 

Enkidu challenged Gilbamesh.  They fought, then befriended each other.

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Gilgamesh and Enkidu, with a map from Ninsun, sailed, rowed and treked to the Landing Platform at Baalbek in Lebanon to beg the gods to rocket him to Nibiru for immortality he thought they enjoyed.

Gilgamesh Map

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Lebanon, Gilgamesh and Enkidu tracked Enlil’s security robot to the Launchpad.  They watched a rocket launch, and tore the grating off an air-shaft tunnel they thought could lead them to the pad.

Inanna, from her plane, saw them smash Enlil’s robot.  “At the entrance to the Cedar Forest its fire-belching monster, Huwawa, their way blocked.

Gilgamesh's Hawawa

Mighty in stature, his face fierce like that of a lion, Hawawa’s eyes emitted two brilliant beams that scanned as he moved his head. His mouth breathed out a deadly fire; his teeth, like a dragons’ glowed as burning coals. His midriff was a round potbelly; for shoulders he had sockets like giant doors. In his right hand he held a weapon, like a huge sword with teeth of its own.  In his left hand he held a round mirror with which he could direct a ray that devoured all that it was pointed at. His feet, fitted with tiny chariots advancing on their wheels.  As he stopped to scan the forest, his head turned about its neck like a wheel about its hub.”

Inanna flew her plane overhead in time to see Enkidu hit Huwawa’s groin with a tree he picked.  Then Enkidu jumped back and ran.  

Huwawa issued a cry of anguish.  With his right hand he smashed against the trees around him, felling them to the ground.”  With his left hand’s mirror, he “cast scorching rays that devoured the ground around him.   Enkidu, with a tree trunk struck its head. The head stopped turning.  Enkidu directed his second blow to the Huwawa’s hand, and its weapon fell to the ground.  Gilgamesh plunged his dagger into the monster’s heart.  There was a clanking as when metal strikes metal.  Gilgamesh struck Hawawa’s forehead with his dagger, and the monster’s convulsions stopped. “[ZS, King:150-152]

GIlgamesh and Enkidu kill Enlil's guardbot, Huwawa

GIlgamesh and Enkidu killed Enlil’s guardbot, Huwawa


 

 

 

 

 

  

Enkidu and Gilgamesh “were startled by a roar of laughter.  They looked up and saw Inanna-Ishtar in pilot’s garb standing beside a skyship.”  The comrades seen her land.  “Enlil’ll kill you for destroying Huwawa.”

She “cast her gaze upon Gilgamesh.  She had never seen him fully naked in daylight before. ‘Approach me,’  she said.‘  She “raised an eye at his beauty.

“Come, Gigamesh, be my lover,’ she said sultrily.  She  took off her clothes and held up her breasts as invitation.

Gilgamesh, lover of many women, was stunned by her beauty.  He too had never seen her thus naked in daylight.

“‘Oh Ishtar, holy Irnina,’ he said as he went down on his knees.  He grabbed her extended hand. “How I’ve craved you, desired your warm loins, dreamt of your luscious lips.’  He kissed her hand fervrenly. 

“‘Come then.’  She bent down, lowering her breasts toward his lips.

“He was about to kiss the offered nipples when he held back.”  It wasn’t the ritual-night, the only time he could safely enjoy sex with Inanna. “‘If I make love to  you now, death will be my verdict.’

“‘Fear not, Gilgamesh, she replied  ‘be my lover now and forever you shall be my husband.’

“‘You’re like a brazier that goes out in the cold,‘ Gilgamesh said to Ishtar, refusing her hand.  ‘This moment you’re burning with love, next you shall discard me as a shoe that pinches its owner.  Which of your lovers, save for Dumuzi, did you love forever?’ [ZS, King:156-161]
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Just then, out of the grating  he and Enkidu had removed, they heard The Bull of Heaven bellow from the cave in which the grating had confined it.  

Inanna said King Anu brought the Bull  from Nibiru to symbolize Enlil’s rule on Earth.  But in Sumer, the winged Bull, “bereft of females of its kind, became unwieldy.  Lest it cause havoc in its rath, an underground pasture for it within the Cedar Mountain was created.”

“She put on her clothes and walked back to her skyship. “Now be gone and be damned,‘” she said.

The bull charged Gilgamesh and Enkidu but Gilgamesh stabbed it while Enkidu held it.

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 Inanna, “from above, hovering in her skyship, cried out, her voice booming down to the triumphant comrades, ”The Bull of Heaven, the destiny of Enlil’s era, you have slain. The wrath of the gods shall now be upon you.'”  

As King Anu’s official lover on Earth, Inanna messaged him, “‘Let those who slew the sacred bull, who defamed your beloved Inanna, pay with their lives.'”  

Inanna called together in Nippur the Anunnaki rulers on Earth, the Seven Who Judge–Enlil, Nannar, Adad, Utu, Ninmah, Ninurta and Enki to punish Gilgamesh. (Enki “insisted that the throne next to him be left vacant, assigned in absence to the exiled Lore Marduk.)”  Their sentence: “Let Enkidu be spared but banished to toil forever in the goldmines and let Gilgamesh end his days as  a moral.

Gilgamesh’s mother, Ninsun, told of a life-prolonging plant that grew in Sinai, near the Spaceport, that gave immortality to Ziasudra-Noah and his wife.   Ninsun gave Gilgamesh and Enkidu a map, and they set sail to Sinai to get the plant.  A Nibiran guard, however, sunk their ship and the immersion in salt water ruined Enkidu’s circuits and he died. Gilgamesh grieved his friend.

GilgameshMournsEnkidu

 

 

 

 

 Then Gilgamesh went to the spaceport in Sinai for a plant to let him live forever.  Enroute, he killed two lions and dressed in their skins.
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In a tunnel in Sinai he met Enki’s son, Ziusudra/Noah, still alive all these centuries. “Ziusudra to Gilgamesh the secret of longliving he revealed a plant in the garden’s well was growing, Ziusudra and his spouse from getting old it prevented.”  Enki, with Enlil’s permission, said Ziusudra, granted Gilgamesh this plant too.

Gilgamesh meets Noah

 

 

 

 

 

But when Gilgamesh got the plant, a snake snatched it from him.  As a last resort, he begged Enlil to grant him immortality.

“On Gilgamesh’s deathbed, around 2600 B. C., Uncle Utu told Gilgamesh that Enlil wouldn’t grant him (Gilgamesh) eternal life.  Gilgamesh was consoled by promises to retain in Nether World the company of ‘his beloved wife, son, concubine, musicians, entertainers, cupbearer, valet, caretakers and palace attendants who served him.’”  Undertakers brought his body to the royal cemetery of Ur.  They drugged his friends and attendants in his burial chamber, then killed them.  This “accompanied burial” gave “an extraordinary privilege to Gilgamesh, two- thirds of him divine, as compensation for not gaining the immortality of the gods.” [ZS, Encounters: 132 -172; Giants, 311 – 312, 339 (citing S. Kramer’s translation of cuneiform text, The Death of Gilgamesh); King]

* In the Sumerian literature I perused, I could not find the conjugation ritual Sitchin describes in the above account.  Sitchin may have created it as fiction to juice his story or he had sources of which I am unaware.
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Background article on how our longeivity was limited in the first place:
ENKI HAD LIMITED LIFESPAN OF HIS HALF-BREEDS, OUR GENITORS ADAPA & TITI

Around 200,000 BCE, one of the periodic approaches of the planet Nibiru to the inner solar system upset Earth’s climate and ruined the new crops. The hybrid Earthlings that Enki (Chief Scientist for the goldmining expedition to Earth) had adapted from the Nibiran genome (he added a few Homo Erectus genes) foraged afar in Mesoamerica but made less food. 

Enlil, Expedition Commander, prodded Enki to make Earthlings smart enough to farm and herd better. Enki decided to raise Earthling intelligence and, at the same time, enjoy himself. [12th Planet: 5 – 6]

In his African reserve, “Enki in the marshlands looked about. With him was Ismud, his visier, who secrets kept.  “On the river’s bank, frolicking Earthlings he noticed; two females among them were wild with beauty, firm were their breasts.  Their sight the phallus of Enki caused to water, a burning desire he had.

 “A young one to him Enki called, a tree fruit she offered him.  Enki bent down, the young one he embraced, on her lips he kissed her.  Sweet were her lips, firm with ripeness were her breasts.  Into her womb she took the holy semen, by the semen of the Enki she was impregnated.”  Enki then coupled with the second young Earthling. [Enki: 167-168]     

One of the girls bore a boy, ADAPA; the other, a girl–TITI.  Enki kept his fatherhood secret. 

Adapa and Titi mated and she bore the twins, Ka-in and Abael.

Enki’s  wife, Damkina, “to Titi took a liking; all manner of crafts was she teaching.

Enki taught Adapa; Damkina taught Titi

 “To Adapa, Enki teachings gave, how to keep records he was him instructing.” Enki boasted, “A Civilized man I have brought forth.  A new kind of Earthling from my seed has been created, in my image and after my likeness. From seed they from food will grow, from ewes sheep they will shepherd.  Anunnaki and Earthlings henceforth shall be satiated. [Encounters: 47; Enki,:168-170]

Enki schooled his (albeit clandestine) son Adapa.  He had Adapa then teach his descendants–the enhanced Earthlings–to run farms, herds, estates and how to run less enhanced Earthlings.  Enki brought more Earthlings from Africa to Sumer for Adapa to train for the Expedition bosses’ homes and facilities.
Enki Tutored Adapa slide w caption


Adapa trained and oversaw the workers Anunnaki brought from Africa to work the bases in Iraq.  He watched over bakers, water system workers and fishermen and made sure they supplied the Anunnaki and fed themselves  Adapa kept the stats—he was in charge of offerings to Enki. 

Enki told Adapa that royals on Nibiru ate “The Bread of Life” and drank ‘The Water of Life” to live hundreds of thousands of years.  Without those substances, Enki told Adapa, he’d die in a thousand years.  Adapa, of course, begged Enki for the Bread and Water of everlasting life.  But Enki said only King Anu, back on Nibiru, could decide whether to give him the substances. 

Enlil messaged Anu on Nibiru about Adapa.  Enlil said his spies saw Adapa pilot a plane north in the Persia Gulf against prevailing wind.  Curious how one of the adapted workers could master an aircraft, Anu ordered Adapa brought to him.  The King let Enki’s sons Ningishzidda and Dumuzi–but not Marduk, his potential rival for rule on Nibiru–rocket with Adapa to Nibiru.  [Encounters: 51-55]

 On Nibiru, Anu Nixed Adapa Immortality

The King sent Ilabrat, his Vizier, to Earth for Adapa.  Enki gave Ilabrat Adapa. Enki sent his two unmarried Earth-born sons, Ningishzidda and Dumuzi, with Adapa to meet grandfather, Anu, and maybe find Nibiran wives.

Adapa flies to Nibiru composite

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On Nibiru, Ningishzidda slipped the King a sealed tablet from Enki.  Enki, on the tablet, said he wanted Adapa to breed more enhanced Earthlings. Enki confessed he enhanced Adapa and Titi; he’d impregnated adapted Earthlings descended from Adamu and Ti-Amat.  Ningishzidda already knew, from Adapa’s DNA, that Enki begat Adapa and Titi. 

The tablet asked Anu to deny Adapa food or elixir “the Bread of Life” (probably monoatomic gold, the “Manna from the Heavens”) and the “Water of Life” that would lengthen the lives of Adapa and his descendants.

The Earthlings descended from both Adam (Adamite hybids) and Adapa (Adapites), Anu knew, descended from him as well.  Enki and Ningishzidda–Anu’s son and son’s son–via their seed, passed Anu’s genes to the Earthlings, mixed with their DNA with Homo Erectus’ and created an illegal civilized species.  Enki wanted Anu to deny Earthlings the seeming eternal, lifespan Anunnaki had, so the illegal species would stay long- quarantined on Earth.
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Ningishzidda Took Adapa & Seeds To Earth

Anu gave Ningishzidda grain seeds and told him to take them and Adapa back to Earth.  “Adapa teach; with Enki, teachers of Civilized Man be,” said the King.

Kai-In Killed Abael

Ningishzidda flew to Earth with Adapa and grain seeds.  Ningishzidda would teach Abael animal care so he could help Dumuzi when he too returned to Earth.  When Dumuzi returned, however, Marduk pre-empted Abael and the animal project for the Enkiites.

Enlil had Ninurta tutor Ka-in to raise grain Ningishzidda brought.  Enlilites, not Enkiites, would run Earth’s farming.  Ninurta taught Kai-in, Marduk taught Abael.

At the “Celebration for Firsts,” Ka-in offered first grain, Abael showed Enlil and Enki their first lambs.  Enki lauded Abael’s lambs for mat and wool but said nothing of Ka-in’s grain.

“By the lack of Enki’s blessing greatly was Ka-in aggrieved.”  

The twins quarreled an entire winter.  They argued whether Ka-in’s grains and fish-filled water canals or Abael’s meat and wool gave most. 

In summer, when Abael=s meadows dried and his pastures shrunk, he drove his flocks Afrom the furrows and canals to drink.  By this Ka-in was angered.” 

The twins fought with fists till Ka-in bludgeoned Abael with a stone, then sat and sobbed. [Enki: 183-184]

Enki took Ka-in to Eridu, where the senior royals (The Seven Who Judge) met decide Kai-in=s fate.  The Enlilites in the meeting–Enlil, Ninki, Ninurta, Nannar and Marduk wanted Ka-in killed. 

Marduk, at first agreed Ka-in should die for killing Abael, the Expedition’s animal breeder-designate.  But Enki, Marduk=s father, said he begat Ka-in’s father Adapa.  Marduk then accepted Ka-in as his own grandnephew.

“Ka-in must live,” said Enki, “to breed superior Earthlings to work field, pasture and mines.  If Ka-in too shall be extinguished, satiation [of food supplies]to an end would come, mutinies will be repeated.”

Ningishzidda Made Ka-In’s DNA Beardless

The Seven ruled, “Eastward to a land of wandering for his evil deed Ka-in must depart.  Ka-in and his generations shall distinguished be.” 

“By Ningishzidda was the life essence [genotype] of Ka-in altered: his face a beard could not grow.”  The beardless Indians of the Western Hemisphere descended from Ka-in.  [Genesis: 201]

Ka-in’s line grew and spread

“With his sister Awan as spouse, Ka-in from the Edin departed.”  They wandered in the wilderness to the east. [Enki: 186 – 187; 1990, Genesis: 201]

Kai-in wandered until Adapa, his father lay dying.  Ninurta searched for, found and (in his plane), took Ka-in back to Adapa in Ed-in.  “The eyesight of Adapa having failed, for recognition of his sons’ faces he touched.  The face of Ka-in was beardless.”

Adapa told Ka-in, “For your sin of your birthright you are deprived, but of your seed seven nations will come.  In a realm set apart [the Western HemisphereBie, they’re one group of the AIndigenous Amerinds] they shall thrive, distant lands they shall inhabit. But having your brother with a stone killed, by a stone will be your end.”

Ninurta returned Ka-in to the wilds east of Edin.  There Ka-in “begat sons and daughters.” Ninurta, “for them a city built, and as he was building, by a falling stone was Ka-in killed.”  Ninurta may have killed Ka-in. [Wars: 112] 

Ka-in’s survivors planted grain.  They founded and ruled the city of Nud [also called Dun, Dunnu and Nu.dun]. Ka-in’s successors for the next four generations murdered their fathers.  For the next three generations after that, each ruler of Nud killed his parents, married his sister, then ruled.

Ka-in’s son’s son’s son Enoch succeeded Ka-in four generations later.  Enoch married his sisters Adah and Zillah.  Adah’s first son, Jabal (and the sub-lineage Jabal begat), lived in tents and herded cattle.  Adad’s second son, Jubal, begat lyre and flute players.   Enoch’s other wife, Zillah, bore Tubal-Cain, a smith, “artificer of gold, copper and iron.”

Adapa &Titi’s Other Kids &Their Kids Spread

In addition to Abael and Ka-in, Titi bore thirty sons and daughters to her brother Adapa. Nibirans divvied them up and taught them to write, do math, dig wells, prepare oils, play harp and flute. 

Nannar made Adapa’s descendants priests.  The priests led rituals for the Earthlings and taught them to support, obey and worship Nannar and the other Anunnaki as gods.

Enki taught astronomy to one of his own descendants, a hybrid Anunnaki-Adapite named Enkime.  Marduk rocketed Enkime to the Moon and Marsbase, then to the Spaceport at Sippar to oversee the Earthlings there for Utu.

When Enki divvied Africa among his sons, he gave Marduk Egypt and let Nergal rule southern Africa.  Enki kept Gibil (whom he’d taught metalworking) in northeastern Africa’s mining region.  Enki awarded and the Great Lakes and headwaters of the Nile to Ninagal.  Enki gave the grazing region, further north (Sudan) to his youngest son, Dumuzi. [Wars: 126 -127]

Enlil had Ninurta tutor Ka-in to raise grain Ningishzidda brought.  Enlilites, not Enkiites, would run Earth’s farming.  Ninurta taught Kai-in, Marduk taught Abael.

At the “Celebration for Firsts,” Ka-in offered first grain, Abael showed Enlil and Enki their first lambs.  Enki lauded Abael’s lambs for mat and wool but said nothing of Ka-in’s grain.

“By the lack of Enki’s blessing greatly was Ka-in aggrieved.” 

The twins quarreled an entire winter.  They argued whether Ka-in’s grains and fish-filled water canals or Abael’s meat and wool gave most. 

In summer, when Abael’s meadows dried and his pastures shrunk, he drove his flocks “from the furrows and canals to drink.  By this Ka-in was angered.” 

The twins fought with fists till Ka-in bludgeoned Abael with a stone, then sat and sobbed. [Enki: 183-184]

Enki took Ka-in to Eridu, where the senior royals (“The Seven Who Judge) met decide Kai-in’s fate.  The Enlilites in the meeting–Enlil, Ninki, Ninurta, Nannar. 

Marduk, at first agreed Ka-in should die for killing Abael, the Expedition’s animal breeder-designate.  But Enki, Marduk’s father, said he begat Ka-in’s father Adapa.  Marduk then accepted Ka-in as his own grandnephew.

Ka-in must live,” said Enki, “to breed superior Earthlings to work field, pasture and mines.  If Ka-in too shall be extinguished, satiation [of food supplies] to an end would come, mutinies will be repeated.”

NINGISHZIDDA MADE KA-IN’S DNA BEARDLESS

The Seven ruled, “Eastward to a land of wandering for his evil deed Ka-in must depart.  Ka-in and his generations shall distinguished be.’ 

“By Ningishzidda was the life essence[genotype]of Ka-in altered: his face a beard could not grow.”  The beardless Indians of the Western Hemisphere (we’ll see) descended from Ka-in.  [Genesis: 201]

KA-IN’S LINE GREW AND SREAD

“With his sister Awan as spouse, Ka-in from the Edin departed.”  They wandered in the wilderness to the east. [Enki: 186 – 187; 1990, Genesis: 201]

Kai-in wandered until Adapa, his father lay dying.  Ninurta searched for, found and (in his plane), took Ka-in back to Adapa in Ed-in.  “The eyesight of Adapa having failed, for recognition of his sons’ faces he touched.  The face of Ka-in was beardless.”

Adapa told Ka-in, “For your sin of your birthright you are deprived, but of your seed seven nations will come.  In a realm set apart [the Western Hemisphere–ie, they’re one group of the “Indigenous Amerinds] they shall thrive, distant lands they shall inhabit. But having your brother with a stone killed, by a stone will be your end.”

Ninurta returned Ka-in to the wilds east of Edin.  There Ka-in “begat sons and daughters.” Ninurta, “for them a city built, and as he was building, by a falling stone was Ka-in killed.”  Ninurta may have killed Ka-in. [Wars: 112] 

Ka-in’s survivors planted grain.  They founded and ruled the city of Nud [also called Dun, Dunnu and Nu.dun]. Ka-in’s successors for the next four generations murdered their fathers.  For the next three generations after that, each ruler of Nud killed his parents, married his sister, then ruled.

Ka-in’s son’s son’s son, Enoch, succeeded Ka-in four generations later.  Enoch married his sisters, Adah and Zillah.  Adah’s first son, Jabal (and the sub-lineage Jabal begat), lived in tents and herded cattle.  Adad’s second son, Jubal, begat lyre and flute players.   Enoch’s other wife, Zillah, bore Tubal-Cain, a smith, “artificer of gold, copper and iron.”

After she bore Abael and Ka-in, Titi bore thirty sons and daughters to her brother Adapa.  Among themselves, the Anunnaki distributed these kids and taught them to write, do math and astronomy; they taught them to cultivate crops, husband animals, dig wells.  They taught these “Adapite” kids to make oils, euphoric intoxicants (“elixir from the Ibu fruits”—probably grapes) and beer from barley.  The Adapites learned to build furnaces and kilns, smelt and refine bitumens, play harp and flute. 

Nannar made some of Adapa’s descendants priests.  The priests led rituals for the Earthlings and taught them to support, obey and worship Nannar and the other Anunnaki as gods.

Enki taught advanced astronomy to one of his own descendants, a hybrid Anunnaki-Adapite named Enkime.  Marduk rocketed Enkime to the Moon and Marsbase, then to the Spaceport at Sippar to oversee the Earthlings there for Utu.

References click here

Anunnaki Who’s Who

Anunnaki Evidence

youtube Tablet 13, Part 1


Tablet 13, Part 2

Prior Episode: Inanna & Banda

 More on the Gods of Old: Anunnaki: Gods No More by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)
http://enkispeaks.com/books/anunnaki-gods-no-more/

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  1. Rose Elliott says:

    I would love to hear you as a guest on the radio show, Coast to Coast AM. Have you ever thought about doing that? George Norry is a great admirer of Stitchen’s work. I am emailing Coast to Coast to suggest that you be a guest on his show, I know he gets thousands of E mails, But I’m hoping it will catch his (or someone who works for him ) eye.
    thank You
    Rose Elliott

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