MARDUK, MARSBASE ASTRONAUTS ALLIED WITH EARTHLINGS TO BEAT THE SKY GODS
Excerpted from ANUNNAKI: Gods No More, Unmasking Technologically-Advanced Goldminers From The Planet Nibiru Who Posed as Divine
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by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)
One thousand years ago or so, Prince Marduk, grandson of Anu, King of the planet Nibiru planned to wrest control of both the planet Nibiru–Marduk’s home planet and Earth, where he now fumed and plotted.
Marduk avoided openly defying King Anu, but Anu’d stolen Marduk’s destiny. Marduk believed it was he, not Anu, who should’ve taken Nibiran’s Throne after Alalu died.
Anu, the oath-breaker in Marduk’s version of history, had sworn to let Marduk follow Alalu to the Throne. Anu had agreed that his son, Enki, Alalu’s daughter Damkina would bind Nibiru’s two most powerful lines of royalty in the son they’d produce. I’m the prince whose pedigree beats all others. I shall rule, he swore. Today, the Earth; tomorrow, Nibiru.
Marduk’s father Enki, Chief Scientist for the goldmining expedition from the planet Nibiru–the Anunnaki–to Earth, brought Marduk and Damkina from Nibiru to his villa at Basara (Eridu, in Edin-Sumer).
Enlil, the Expedition Commander and now Anu’s heir, sent Marduk to Mars. There, Marduk, as Enlil ordered, displayed the body of Anzu, who’d led the Marbase astronaut (Igigi) revolt against Enlil.
Enlil gave Marduk Anzu’s job as Marbase Commander. Marduk ran the base, the Earth-Mars Shuttle Service and the Hovering Station over the gold refinery in Iraq. On Mars, Marduk teamed up with Shamgaz, the lead Astronaut andwon 300 Igigi allies. He had, then almost as many Anunnaki allied with him against Enlil and his warrior sons Ninurta and Adad.
Damkina, Marduk’s mom, warned him that if he married Sarpanit “to Nibiru with his spouse he would never go. His princely rights on Nibiru he forever will forsake.
“To this Marduk with a bitter laugh responded, ‘My rights on Nibiru are nonexistent.Even on Earth my rights as firstborn have been trampled” [by Enlil and Ninurta].
Alarmed, Enlil sent to Anu on Nibiru, ‘The Marduk-Sarpanit union forbid.’
Anu and his counselors, however, ruled, “On Nibiru Adapa, the maiden’s progenitor, could not stay. Therefore to return to Nibiru with her, Marduk must forever be barred. Marduk marry can, but on Nibiru a prince he shall no more be.”
ASTRONAUTS STOLE EARTHLING WIVES AS MARDUK WED
Enlil let Marduk and Sarpanit wed. But he ordered the couple, after the ceremony at Eridu, to retire to Egypt (henceforth Marduk’s fief) within Enki’s Africa.
“A great multitude of Civilized Earthlings in Eridu assembled. Young Igigi from Lahmu [Mars] in great numbers came.” Inanna, Enlil’s granddaughter flirted with Enki’s son, Dumuzi, oblivious that the Igigi planned to seize power for Marduk. [ZS, Enki: 198-199]
When the couple left for Egypt–so Enlil couldn’t blame Marduk since he’d left Eridu for Egypt–each astronaut seized an Earthling woman.
IGIGI TOOK LEBANON, TOLD ENLIL: OKAY OUR MARRIAGES OR WE’LL BOMB EARTH
The astronauts took the women back to Lebanon and “into a stronghold the place they made. Shamgaz, their leader, radioed Enlil: ‘Bless our Earthling marriages or by fire all on Earth we shall destroy.’”
Marduk radioed Enlil, insisted he stop calling the Igigi/captive unions “abductions” and ratify them as marriages.
Enlil raged privately, but didn’t press the issue, “things against Marduk and his Earthlings was Enlil plotting.” [ZS, Enki: 201-202; Wars: 346 ]
Marduk settled some of the Igigi and the families they created (Children of the Rocketships) in Babylon; he and Sarpanit stayed with other Igigi/Adapite families in Lebanon. By 100,000 years ago, some of these Children of the Rocketships settled in “the far eastlands, lands of high mountains.” [ZS, 2002, Enki: 202; 1985, Wars: 346]
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