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OUR MAKERS WANTED US TO SURPASS THEM
Excerpted from Anunnaki, Gods No More–Techno-Savvy ET s From the Planet Nibiru Who Came For Gold, Created Us From Their Genome to Work the Mines, Posed As Gods, Decided to Let Us Drown, But Then Decided to Breed Us to Work for Them
by Sasha Alex Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)
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The Anunnaki geneticists from the planet Nibiru, who, 300,000 years ago adapted their genome to Earth (they added a bit of copper, clay and a few Homo Erectus genes), wanted us to create a higher civilization than the one they came from. They came from a planet ruled by a king as a military dictatorship that emerged after a near extinction-level nuclear war. On Nibiru, only men ruled. The brilliant genetics team, father Enki, his son Ningishzidda and his sister Ninmah employed mainly Ningishzidda’s sperm and the mitochrondrial DNA of Ninmah and Enki’s wife, Damkina.
In East Africa, Enki studied Homo Erectus, a hominoid terraformers had introduced to Earth a million years before the Anunnaki came here. He hypothesized Erectus’ genome as compatible with the Nibiran genome. He decided to instigate a mutiny among the Nibirans who worked the mines in Africa so he could test his hypothesis. He said, “Add Homo Erectus genes to the Nibiran genome and make mine-slaves.” Homo Erectus exhibited intelligence and compassion; Erectus kept releasing animals from the traps Enki made to capture and study Earth’s creatures.
300,000 BCE or so, Earth’s climate warmed dramatically. In Africa, Enki left mines, worked by Nibirans who’d come to Earth to be heros and get gold to save the homeplanet. Years in the dark mines had soured them, and they complained bitterly. Ennugi, who ran theNibiran minerswhile Enki studied Erectus, radioed Enki in Zimbabwe, but Enki sided with the miners. He plotted with them to shrink gold shipments, lure Enlil to the mines and trap him. Enki’d then save Enlil and free the miners from Nibiru as well. All the Commander need do: let him, Ninmah and Ningiszidda engineer Earth-adapted miners.
When the miners cut gold to Badtibira, Enlil sent Ninurta to investigate. Miners “were backbiting and lamenting, in the excavations they were grumbling. ‘Unbearable is the toil.‘”
“Call Enlil to the mines,” Enki radioed Ninurta, “Let the Commander see how the miners suffer.”
When Enlil and his Vizier, Nusku, arrived, “‘Let us unnerve Enlil,’ mine-working heros shouted. ‘Of the heavy work let him relieve us. Let us proclaim war, with hostilities let us gain relief.‘ To their tools they set fire, fire to their axes they put.” They held Ennugi hostage and, with tools as torches, surrounded the house Enlil occupied.
Enlil beamed Anu to shuttle to Earth and shoot the miners’ leaders and their instigator (he implied Enki). But the miners wouldn’t tell Ninurta who led or incited them, but Anu felt for them.
Ninurta wanted new miners from Nibiru. Enki said, instead, “Let us create a Lulu, a primitive worker, the hardship to take over, let the Being the toil of the Anunnaki carry on his back. The Being that we need, it already exists. All that we have to do is put on it the mark of our essence [genes], thereby a Lulu, a Primitive Worker, shall be created!” [ZS, Enki: 124 -127; Encounters: 347- 380]
Enki showed Erectus to Enlil and Ninurta, “Ningishzidda, my son, their fashioning essence [DNA structure] has tested; akin to ours it is, like two serpents it is entwined. When with our life essence shall be combined, our mark upon them shall be, a Primitive Worker shall be created. Our commands will he understand. Our tools he will handle, the toil in the excavations he shall perform, to the Anunnaki in the Abuzu relief shall come.” [ZS, Enki: 130]
Enlil objected. “Don’t create slaves. Slavery has from Nibiru long been ended. Tools are slaves, not other beings.”
Ninurta told Enki, “Make machines, not slaves.” [ZS, Wars: 130]
“Earthlings we create,” said Enki, “shall helpers, not slaves, be.’”
Enlil shouted, “To create hybrid beings is in The Rules Of Planet Journeys forbidden.”
Enki responded, “A new species create we shall not; the Apeman is in his fashioning essence [genotype] as we of Nibiru are. Our ancestor the Apeman is; into us he evolves. Speed Apeman shall we, speed him but some millions of years to what has always been his destiny.”
Enki and Enlil beamed Anu and the Council on Nibiru. Each brother voiced their say to the council–Enki, pro; Enlil, con–adapted mine slaves.
Enki and Enlil beamed Anu and the Council on Nibiru. Each brother voiced his say to the council. Enki, the scientist, lobbied for a project he’d run to engineer workers adapted to Earth from the Nibiran genome. Enlil, the military-man, urged the Council to deny Enki’s project. Enki’s project, Enlil said, would validate mutineers who valued themselves more than goldming to save Nibiru. Enlil wanted their death for treason. He reminded the Council that the Rules of Planetary Journeys forbade the project Enki proposed. Enlil said he’d resign as Commander if the Council failed to veto Enki’s adapted mine slaves project. Anu ruled and the Council ratified Enki’s proposal. Nibiru messaged Earth: “Gold must be obtained. Let the Being be fashioned! Forsake The Rules of Planetary Journeys, let Nibiru be saved.” Enlil, as always, bowed to Anu; Enlil “forgot” he said he’d quit command if Enki got to make adapted Earthlings.
In the end, King ruled and the Council ratified Enki’s proposal. Nibiru sent Earth: “Gold must be obtained. Let the Being be fashioned! Forsake The Rules of Planetary Journeys, let Nibiru be saved.” [ZS, Wars: 132]
In the laboratory Enki built in Zimbawe, Enki, Ninmah and Ningishzidda experimented; they spliced genes into their genome. They created combinations of their own genome and the genome of Erectus with other creatures (eg: centaur, griffin, cyclops, minotar).
Enki and Ningishzidda serviced Erectus women but failed to impregnate them. So they gathered their own seed, and, in test tubes, fertilized Erectus ova to create zygotes. Then they planted the zygotes in Erectus women. The first babies born of the Erectus women lacked vision, hand dexterity or internal functioning.
To beat these defects, Ninmah created the next zygote in a vessel of copper and African clay instead of a test tube.
But this zygote grew into a child who couldn’t talk.
Then “In the clay vessel the admixture they made, the oval of an Earth female with Anunnaki male essence they put together. The fertilized egg into the womb of Ninmah by Enki was inserted. There was conception.[ZS, 12th Planet, 352; Genesis: 164 -165, 201]
“To a male child Ninmah birth was giving.
“Enki the boy child held in his hands, the image of perfection was he. He slapped the newborn on his hindparts; the newborn uttered proper sounds. He handed the newborn to Ninmah. ‘My hands have made it!‘ victoriously she shouted.” [ZS, Wars 138 – 139]
Once Ninmah had Adamu, the prototype for the primitive worker, she messaged the Med Center at Shurubak. She said she needed seven doctors to volunteer their wombs for offspring of Adamu. “‘His essence alone as a mold shall be!’”
Ninmah and the doctors swore they’d love and support the babes they’d bare. [ZS, Enki: 141]
“In seven vessels of the clay of Abzu made, Ninmah ovals [zygotes which Ningishzidda’s and Enki’s sperm fertilized] of the two-legged females placed. The life essences of Adamu she extracted bit by bit in the vessels she it inserted. Then in the malepart of Adamu an incision she made, a drop of blood to let out.
“’Let this a Sign of Life be; that Flesh and Soul have combined let it forever proclaim.’ She squeezed the malepart for blood, one drop in each vessel to the admixture she added.
‘In this clay’s admixture, Earthling with Anunnaki shall be bound. To a unity shall the two essences, one of Heaven, one of Earth, together be brought.’ In the wombs of the birth-giving heroines the fertilized ovals were inserted.”
Ninmah cut Adamu’s seven healthy boys from their wombs. [ZS, Enki: 141; 12th Planet: 352]
To create a female, Ningishzidda planted a zygote made with Adamu’s blood in Damkina; our ancestress, Ti-Amat, carried Damkina’s mitochondrial DNA.
The Anunnaki geneticists “realized the artificially inseminated ovum had to be inserted into the uterus of an Anunnaki, then carried, birthed, suckled and reared by her.
“When the zygote grew to a viable female fetus, Ninmah excised her from Damkina. Ninmah named the hybrid Ti-Amat (Mother of Life), “a sandy-blonde. The successful hybrid ova of Adamu and Ti-amat were carried and nursed by Damkina and Ninmah, then both of them reared and trained the infants. Adamu and Ti-amat were in close contact with their ‘parents’, who taught them to speak and to relate emotionally, and to prod them to experience all the feats, the play, and the tasks a Nibiran kid learns.” Adamu and Ti-Amat were “endowed with self-awareness. [Hardy, DNA: 102 -103, 107; Tellinger, Slave Species: 452]
Ningishizidda put ova from Ti-Amat into seven test-tubes. Then he planted the seven ova in the same doctors who’d borne the hybrid males. All the surrogate mothers carried female hybrids, which he removed surgically.
But, after at least twenty-seven pairs of clones, Ningishzidda told the doctors he needed their wombs again, Ninmah objected, “For my heroines too burdensome is baring more Earthlings. Too few are the heroines to bare numbers enough to work mines.”
Enki brought Adamu and Ti-Amat to Edin.
He left the seven female and the eight male hybrids made from Adamu’s and Ti-Amat’s gametes together in an enclosure at his African lab. They copulated often, but the females didn’t conceive.
In the meantime, the miners again threatened mutiny if Enki and Ningishzidda didn’t bring slaves to relieve them.
Under pressure at the Med Center in Shuruppak, Ningishzidda compared Nibiran genes and genes from Adamu and Ti-Amat. He found the genes for reproduction. Nibiran females had a recessive XY chromosomal allele in their genotype whereas Ti-Amat had only XX.
Then, at Enki’s place in Iraq—Eridu-Basara—Ningishzidda secretly made Adamu and Ti-Amat breedable. “Enki, Ninmah and Ningishzidda were not satisfied until they came up with a human couple who could be a match for their own minds and culture—who showed the same mental, emotional, and artistic potentials and abilities to learn and master scientific data and technologies that they themselves had. They wanted the new humanity to know everything about their origin and how and by whom they had been perfected and how they had mixed the Anunnaki genes with the hominid genes; and how much we resembled them in all matters except immortality.” [Hardy, DNA: 92, 94]
Ningishzidda anesthetized Enki, Ninmah and Ti-Amat. “From the [stem-cell producing rib bone marrow] Enki the life essence he extracted; into the rib of Adamu the life essence he inserted. From the rib of Ninmah the life essence [stem cells from rib-bone marrow] he extracted; into the rib of Ti-Amat the life essence he inserted.” Ninmah’s stem-cells sparked Ti-amat biologically to become conscious of herself before Adamu became self-aware. [Hardy, DNA: 108]
Ningishzidda “proudly declared, ‘To their Tree of Life two branches have been added, with procreating powers their life essences are now entwined.’” [ZS, Enki: 148]
Enki, Ninmah and Ningishzidda hid Ti-Amat’s newly-installed breedability. Ti-Amat and Adamu stayed in Enki’s Persian Gulf orchard while her fetus gestated. “Ti-Amat and Adamu, there at Enki’s settlement, developed “self-reflexive capacities.” Now conscious of soul connection in their sexuality, “Ti-Amat and Adamu awakened to higher consciousness. Thet discovered bliss in their sexuality.” Tiamat built little tables of branches and adorned her loins to celebrate her sexual awareness in a leaf-apron she made of leaves.[Hardy, DNA: 93, 108, 132]
When Enlil, visited Enki’s nearby place, he noticed Ti-Amat wore a loincloth of leaves while Adamu remained naked. Ti-Amat, proud of herself, spoke up and showed the Commander the apron she’d just made. Enlil made Enki explain. Enki confessed; Ti-Amat’s fetus would, in turn, breed. “The last bit of our life essence to these creatures you have given, to be like us in procreation knowing, perchance our [millions of years] life cycles on them to bestow,” Enlil roared. Enki’s team had exceeded Enlil’s okay to clone mine slaves in test tubes or with surrogate Nibiran mothers. Enlil arrested and tethered Enki.
Enlil demanded an Anunaki Assembly trial and the “Nine Who Judge” sentence Enki for insubordination. [Hardy, DNA: 113,123]. Ningishzidda, however, mollified Enlil and the Commander released Enki.
After Enlil evicted Adamu and Ti-Amat from Edin, Enki knew the Commander would limit them. Enlil called him snake, sliding his genetic program in without permission. Enki reacted slyly. He started the secret BROTHERHOOD OF THE SNAKE for a few of select Earthings whom he taught facts, technology and advanced thinking. [Tellinger, Slave Species: 145]
Enki put Adamu and Ti-Amat in an enclosure in Zimbabwe. She bore twins Kai-in and Abael, then others who, in turn, bred with each other and with Nibirans.
In a few thousand years, “the Earthlings were proliferating. To be with the Anunnaki they were eager, for food rations they toiled well. Of heat and dust they did not complain, of backbreaking they did not grumble. Of hardships of work the Anunnaki were relieved.”
The Earthlings worked the African mines and submersible cargo boats that, in just ten days, brought the gold from the mines to Bad-Tibira in Sumer to smelt, refine and form into portable ingots for transshipment to Mars. “The vital gold to Nibiru was coming; steadily. Nibiru’s atmosphere was slowly healing.”[ZS, Lost Realms: 232; Enki: 151; Giants: 99]
Nibirans shuttled to and from Earth. They left Nibiru 13 to 18 Earth years before Nibiru got closest to Earth. When the rocket neared Earth, “it went into orbit around the planet without landing and released a shuttlecraft to land at Sippar’s spaceport.” Shuttles took gold Earthlings mined to and from the base on Mars. To return to Nibiru from Earth, Nibirans and gold flew the shuttle to rejoin the mother rocket. The rocket had 1.5 Earth years to catch Nibiru. [ZS, 12th Planet: 282 – 271].
Nibirans gave Earthlings “food and shelter while they performed grueling tasks, the reason for which they did not understand. The stuff [gold] they were digging up had no value to them. They could not eat it, or use it in any way.” The Nibiran Royals, their staffs and the Astronaut Corps needed “a steady stream of fresh laborers for projects.”
In the south Africa, from Mozambique to Botswana, Zimbabwe and beyond, where the descendants of Adamu labored for the Nibirans, “the extended ancient settlement covered an area much larger than modern Johannesburg, more than 500,000 square kilometers.” The Nibirans and their Adamite slaves built circles of stone. These circles were not dwellings; they lacked entrances.
These stone circles capacitated sonar energy. Nibirans and their adapted worker-slaves laid channels of stone that connected all the stone circles in south Africa. They set iron-rich, magnetically-charged granite rocks on both sides of the channels among the stone circles. The linked, continuous stone channels spread in a never-ending web of 500 million stones over a 500 kilometer area. The channels climb hills too steep for animals or carts. The channels gave the Nibirans and their slaves the energy grid for the mining operations and life support. The Nibirans directed electromagnetic energy from the Earth along the stone channels. Sound waves capacitated the energy along the channels.
Nibiran overseers directed goods and water along the channels with “a levitation device that tapped into the magnetic content of the stones–the same way modern trains float above electromagnetic tracks. The levitation device helped them lift stones heavier than 10 tons. They used a floating substance, the same monoatomic gold that they shipped back to Nibiru to save its atmosphere. The stone channels connected pits to leach gold, houses, terraces, workstations and ceremonial centers. Three of these South African cities that contained 1086 million circular stone ruins stretched over 10,000 kilometers.” [Tellinger, Slave Species: 125; Temples:53-82]
Some of the Earthling miners in South Africa–after 100,000 years of toil to get what seemed an unimportant substance, gold–revolted, others kept digging. Nibirans let many Earthlings “leave the mining compounds.” Some Earthlings created new communities and survived without Nibirans’ help. [Tellinger, Slave Species: 117]
We Earthlings “were civilized first (lived in city or mining centers of the Nefilm [Nibiran mining bosses]and worked for them) and then some of us were forced into an uncivilized (non-city-center) environment. Humans in the city centers were contemporaneous with humans in the wild.” Slaves the mining bosses cast off in Africa developed their own so-called native indigenous traditions, but remembered and embellished stories of the Nibiran gods, cities, mines and miscegenation. [Freer, Godspell: 68]
Ninurta and fifty men raided Enki’s slave facility in south Africa, caught Earthlings and brought them to work gardens, orchards and cities in Iraq. Enlil let Ninurta could keep the Earthlings in Iraq and even breed them, for now since he thought all Nibirans would soon leave Earth.
In Iraq, the naked Earthlings worked, cavorted, copulated and bred. They slaved and foraged. Their numbers grew till they ran out of food. Enlil, angry Enki created fertile Earthlings, told him to teach them to feed themselves. Enki gave the Earthlings seeds, plants and tame beasts. [ZS, Encounters: 47; Genesis: 201]
“ ‘My lord Enlil,’ Ningishzidda said, ‘knowing for procreation they were given, the branch of Long Living, to their essence tree was not’ “ longevity gene or genes known to Enki [and Ningishzidda] was deliberately excluded from the human genome when the ‘mixing’ of genes took place.”
“‘Then let them be where they are needed,’ Enlil with anger said. ‘To the Abzu away from the Edin, let them be expelled.’ ” Enlil exiled Adamu and Ti-Amat from Iraq, despite “the fact that they were in the land of Enki, near his city of Eridu [Basara].”
One of Nibiru’s approaches upset Earth’s climate and ruined the new crops. Earthlings adapted and foraged afar but made less food. They took again to the bush and cave-dwelling. “Following generations showed less advanced standards of civilized life. The dwindling Earthling population reached almost complete absence of habitation.”
Enlil prodded Enki to make them smart enough to farm and herd better. Enki decided to raise Earthling intelligence and, at the same time, enjoy himself.
In his African reserve, “Enki in the marshlands looked about. With him was Ismud, his vizier, 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 Enki she was impregnated.” Enki then coupled with the second young Earthling.
One of the girls bore a boy, Adapa; the other, a girl–Titi, the second “Eve” (The Bible merged Ti-Amat and Titi).
Enki kept his fatherhood secret. Enki’s wife, Damkina, “to Titi took a liking; all manner of crafts was she teaching. “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.”
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.
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 him Nibirans 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 likely die in a thousand years or so. So Adapa, of course, begged Enki for the Bread and Water, for everlasting life. Would he let King Anu give him immortality?
Anu, in the meantime, heard of the genius Adapa. Enlil had reported his spies saw Adapa fly a plane north in the Persia Gulf against prevailing winds or that Enki had some sort of HAARP device to alter local winds with sonar waves. To find out, Anu ordered Adapa brought to him.
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.
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. Enki asked Anu to send Adapa back to begat more hybrids, to father more Adapites–Civilized Humans. 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 LifeBthat 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 Nibirans had, so the illegal species would stay long- quarantined on 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. The tablet asked Anu to deny Adapa 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 Nibirans had, so the illegal species would stay long-quarantined on Earth–perhaps they might even survive after Nibiru ever became unlivable.
Our friendly Anunnaki geneticists succeeded. We do better than the Anunnaki already, several ways. “We have developed a self-sufficient and homegrown science; we have separated the powers of religion and that of the state; we have elaborated basic ethical values and codes of women’s rights, ethnic rights, minority rights, children’s rights that greatly surpass the faulty and failing ethics of our lords-made-gods. We have elaborated democratic and federal modes of governance, grounded in an independent law-code and setting constitutional rights for the citizens of a great many of the nations on Earth.
“We are perfectly able, as individuals and as a global information and communication society, to fully understand what happened in the past and to move on to steer our own planetary destiny, along lines that will avoid the near fatal-errors, blinkers and shortcomings of those Anunnaki who, despite raining hardships upon us ended up, willful or not, giving us their best.” [Hardy, C., 2014, DNA of the Gods:227]
More on the Gods of Old: Anunnaki: Gods No More by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)