May 1, 2013

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Alalu as Nibiran King

Alalu as Nibiran King











by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, UCLA)


The air of the planet Nibiru, where dwelt 8 – 12 foot high white-skinned Homo Sapiens, like us but way smarter, dwindled as its volcanoes diminished the shield their erupting gave Nibiru’s atmosphere. But 500,000 years ago, Nibiru’s protective shield weakened. The thick atmosphere thinned.

Nibiru used to near Earth and the sun (perigee), every 3,600 years. “For a time in cold was Nibiru engulfed; for part of its circuit by the Sun strongly was it heated. A thick atmosphere Nibiru enveloped, by volcanic eruptions constantly fed. All manner of life this atmosphere sustained. In the cold period the inner heat of Nibiru it kept about the planet, like a warm coat that is constantly renewed. In the hot period it shielded Nibiru from the Sun’s scorching rays.” [ZS, Enki: 24]

Nibiru’s King LAHMA, “In the councils of the learned, to heal the breach in the atmosphere, were two suggestions. Use gold, within the Hammered Belt [Asteroids] abundant. To finest powder, gold could be ground, lofted high to heaven, suspended it could remain. With replenishment, the breach it would heal. Let celestial boats [rockets] the gold to Nibiru bring over. Let weapons of Terror [nukes] be created, the missiles the volcanoes to attack, their dormancy to bestir, their belching to increase, the atmosphere to replenish, the breach to make disappear.” But “For a decision Lahma was too feeble; what choice to make he knew not.”
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Every 3,600 years, Nibiru, as it orbited the Sun, lost more oxygen. Lahma vacillated for four orbits (204,000 Earth years) whether to nuke the volcanoes or send miners to the Asteroids. While he pondered, Nibiru’s air bled into space. Intense radiation afflicted the planet, but Lahma ignored his counselors and instead heeded his wife, Lamaha. She told him, “Beseech the Great Creator of All. Beseaching, not actings, provide the only hope.”

Prince Alalu led his fellow princes in rebellion. “Let Lahma be the king no more,” he roared. “Let decision supplant hesitation. Come, let us unnerve the King in his dwelling, let him the throne abandon.” The princes rushed the palace gate, then the throne room. Lahma retreated to his tower, where Alalu caught him. “

“We need a king who acts now. Not you; you dither. I’m taking over now, before we lose all our air.Alalu hurled the King from the tower. “Now I’m King.

ANU, a prince descended from the youngest son of the ruling dynasty’s first king spoke against Alalu’s claim. Anu said he, not Alalu, should rule. But Alalu told Anu, “Wed our children–my daughter Damkina; your son Ea; I rule and civil war we forestall.” Anu agreed and the Nibiran Council accepted the deal.  So Anu pledged fealty to Alalu. Alalu, now King, made Anu his Cupbearer.

King Alalu didn’t– though he tried–save Nibiru’s air. To create overcast that would hold the air, he nuked the volcanoes, but this didn’t yield enough overcast so he explored the gold-shield option. Earth and its asteroids contain most of the gold in the solar system, so Alalu sent a rocket for Earth for gold to powder and spread over Nibiru’s atmosphere, but the ship crashed into an asteroid; all aboard died. Nine more Nibiran years (nine sars, orbits of Nibiru around the Sun, 32,400 Earth years) passed and Alalu still hadn’t stopped Nibiru’s air loss.

Cupbearer Anu seethed when Alalu failed to protect and replenish Nibiru’s atmosphere. “Alalu was king; Anu as servant by him was treated,” while “Rains withheld, winds blew harder. Nibiru in its circuits, heat and cold grew harder to suffer. The people of Nibiru ceased to revere their king; instead of relief, misery he caused.” [ZS, Enki: 34 – 38]

Anu cited Nibiru law that indicated his claim to the throne superceded Alalu’s.  Anu proclaimed himself rightful king and challenged Alalu. “Anu gave battle to Alalu. To hand-to-hand combat, with bodies naked, Alalu he challenged. ‘Let the winner be King’, Anu said. They grappled with each other in the public square; doorposts trembled and walls shook. Alalu in combat was defeated; by acclaim Anu was hailed as king. Anu to the palace was escorted.

“Alalu to the palace did not return. From the crowds he stealthily escaped; of dying like Lahma he was fearful. Unbeknownst to others, to the place of the celestial chariots [rockets] he hurriedly went. Into a missle-throwing chariot Alalu climbed; its hatch behind him he closed. The forepart chamber he entered; the commander’s seat he occupied. In the celestial boat Alalu from Nibiru escaped.” To snow-hued Earth [Ki],” beyond the Asteroids, where no Nibiran had gone before, “Alalu set his course. ” [ZS, Enki: 24 – 41]

“The fate of Nibiru in his hands it placed, by a scheme his kingship to make universal. On Nibiru, exile was certain, there death he was chancing. Risk was the journey, eternal glory of success was the reward.”

He fired nuclear missiles from his rocket and disintegrated asteroids from his path as he cleared Jupiter.

As he neared Earth, he saw it was “Smaller then Nibiru.  Weaker than Nibiru’s was it’s attracting force [gravity].  Its atmosphere, thinner than Nibiru’s was, clouds were withingit swirling.  Below, the Earth to three regions was divided; Snow white at the top and at the bottom, blue and brown inbetween.

“Deftly Alalu spread the chariot’s arresting wings arount the Earth’s ball to circle.  In the middle region dry lands and watery oceans he could discern” and there he directed his probe, “The Beam that Penetrates.  Gold, much gold, the indicated beneath the dark-hued region, in the waters too.” [ZS, Enki: 45]

 So he landed on marshy land near Basara, on the Persian Gulf.
Persian GulfMarsh 
He donned his eagle helmet [oxygen mask] and wetsuit and waded ashore. He returned to his rocket, took off the helmet, and from the rocket “extended a with a tester” which “breathed the planet’s air, compatibility it indicated.”

So, with “the handy sampler,” “the carried weapon” and dark goggles to protect his eyes from sunlight (which he found unbearably bright) but “without an eagle’s helmet, without a fish’s suit,” Alalu explored the marsh. There, his tester indicated gold.

He also found fish aplenty, though the marsh water registered undrinkable.

He climbed a hill, found eatable fruit and a pond of drinkable water, where he shot a snake, a creature absent from Nibiru. The abrupt fall of darkness on Earth startled the deposed king, for Nibiru’s days (rotation on its axis) were much longer.

He tested for and confirmed gold in Gulf. “The Tablet of Destinies that knows all the circuits [orbits] he enlivened, to Nibiru’s circuit to find direction. ‘On another world I am, the gold of salvation I have found. The fate of Nibiru is in my hands. To my conditions you must give heed!'” [ZS, Enki: 60]

Alalu’s legacies: The monument, dynastic rivalry beteen Marduk, Alalu’s legitimate successor and Nannar (son Anu chose to elevate to the crown) and nuclear missiles that he brought to Earth–the missiles that killed Sodom, Gomorrah, Zoar, Sinai and Sumer.
Prior posting
More on the Gods of Old: Anunnaki: Gods No More by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)

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  1. Great stuff. Keep it coming !

  2. dr.ravindra says:

    the above figure depicts Siva with Trident !

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