YAHWEH/ENLIL: RAPIST & MASS MURDERER, Part 1 (of 12): From Nibiru, 450,000 BCE to the Deluge of 9703 BCE
Part 1 (of 12): From Nibiru, 450,000 BCE to the Deluge of 9703 BCE
by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)
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ENLIL, ONCE PRETENDER TO NIBIRAN THRONE, DISPLACED IN DEAL HIS FATHER ANU MADE WITH USURPER KING ALALU WHO MADE HIS BROTHER ENKI’S SON MARDUK PRETENDER TO ALALU
Five hundred thousand years ago, the protective shield around the atmosphere of the planet Nibiru, the planet that then passed through the inner solar system between Mars and Jupiter every 3,600 years, weakened. The thick atmosphere thinned.
“In the councils of the learned, to heal the breach in the atmosphere, were put 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 the Nibiran King, Lahma, was too feeble; what choice to make he knew not.” Every 3,600 years, Nibiru, as it circled Nemesis and crossed through Solaris’s ecliptic, lost more oxygen. For four orbits, Lahma vacillated whether he should 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. Beseeching, not acting, provides the only hope.”
Prince Alalu, descended from Nibiru’s forth king, Anshurgal (and a concubine) led his fellow princes. “Let Lahma the king be 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. I’m taking over now, before we lose all our air.”
Alalu hurled the king from the tower. “Now I’m King.”
Prince Anu, Lahma’s legal heir, contested Alalu’s claim. Anu said he, as Pretender, not Alalu, should rule. But Alalu told Anu, “Wed our children, my daughter Damkina and your son Enki. I rule and civil war we forestall.” A
nu agreed; he broke Enki’s engagement to Ninmah, Enki’s sister. Enki, Nibiru’s greatest scientist, wed Damkina.
Ninmah pined for Enki, but sought solace in sex with Anu’s heir, her (and Enki’s) half-brother Enlil, the dashing military man, with whom she begat a boy named Ninurta. A princess, Anu said, only breeds when and with whom her father tells her. He forbade Ninmah from ever marrying.
Anu didn’t, however, punish Enlil, his heir. Enlil, who before the Anu-Alalu marriage deal would’ve followed Anu as Nibiru’s king, lost his position as Anu’s successor to a son he’d make with Alalu’s daughter. The first male child they birthed, Anu and Alalu agreed, would rule Nibiru. “One line, our two shall become,” said Alalu.
Enki and Damkina had a boy, Marduk. When Marduk ruled Nibiru, genes of grandfathers (Alalu and Anu) would both empower him. Deal in place, Anu pledged fealty to Alalu. Alalu, now king, made Anu his cupbearer [Giants: 249; Wars: 84].
King Alalu didn’t (though he tried) save Nibiru’s air. To raise overcast to hold Nibiru’s air, he had rockets drop nuclear bombs in Nibiru volcanoes. This, however, didn’t release enough ash to plug the hole in the atmosphere. It grew.
Alalu explored the gold-dust shield option. Earth and its asteroids hold most of the gold in the solar system, so he sent a rocket. The vessel crashed into an asteroid. All aboard died.
Nine more Nibiran years (9 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. He cited Nibiru law and proclaimed himself rightful king. He challenged Alalu.
“To hand-to-hand combat, with bodies naked, Alalu he challenged.
“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 missile-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, Alalu set his course” [Enki: 24 to 39].
Alalu nuked asteroids en-route to Earth and, 440,000 Earth years ago, landed on marshy land near Basra, on the Persian Gulf, and waded ashore.
Most of the land Alalu explored rests now under the sea. Two of the rivers he found, the Tigris and Euphrates, still flow through Iraq. But 450,000 years ago, when he arrived, the Tigris and Euphrates joined the Gehon (Karun) river, which ran through Iran and joined the Euphrates.
When Alalu landed, he donned his eagle helmet [oxygen mask] and wetsuit. He waded ashore, then returned to his rocket and took the helmet off. He extended the rocket’s “tester, which breathed the planet’s air, compatibility it indicated.” So again he waded ashore, this time with “the handy sampler, the carried weapon” and dark goggles to protect his eyes from sunlight he found unbearably bright but now “without an eagle’s helmet, without a fish’s suit.”
Alalu explored the marsh. His tester indicated gold. In the Gulf, Alalu confirmed gold. He targeted Nibiru with missiles. “The Speaker-of-Words he stirred up; toward Nibiru the words to carry, ‘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! Return my throne’” [Enki: 60].
Anu sent son Enki and fifty astronauts, piloted by Abgal, to Earth to mollify Alalu. Enki, since he married Alalu’s daughter, could mediate between him and Anu. Enki had the job half-brother Enlil coveted.
Enlil seethed while Enki and Anzu rocketed for Earth. When Enki and Abgal settled at the Gulf’s head, they entered Alalu’s rocket. In it, they found seven nuclear missiles which they hid in a cave in the African Great Lakes area. Only Enki and pilot Abgal knew cave’s locale.
ENLIL ON EARTH
On Nibiru, Enlil, angry that Enki led Mission Earth, demanded Enki prove vast, extractable gold on land. “False hope Enki gave already that gold quantity from Earth’s waters could Nibiru’s atmosphere save,” he said.
Anu gave in: “You Enlil, my legal successor are. Of Earth take charge; gold there assess for yourself.” Enlil rocketed to Earth. He felt empowered, as Anu’s heir, to take charge of the Expedition if Earth had enough gold.
Enlil landed in the Persian Gulf, saw Enki’s data and retested his samples. Enlil beamed back to Nibiru that, despite initial doubts, Earth had gold enough to save Nibiru.
At Basara, Enki & Enlil disputed authority. Enlil asked Anu to come to Earth and let Enki and Alalu know Enlil would command earth operations. Anu rocketed to Earth to create chain-of-command and deal with Alalu.
On Earth, Anu put three straws in one hand, held them out to Enki and Enlil: “Which of you, my sons, draws the long straw, rules Nibiru. Draw the short straw and you command Earth. Draw the middle-sized straw and you run mining and sea transport.
By their lots the tasks they divided; Anu to Nibiru to return, its ruler on the throne to remain.
“The Edin [Sumer] to Enlil was allotted, to be Lord of Command, more settlements to establish, of the skyships and their heroes charge to take. Of all the lands until they the bar of the seas encounter, the leader to be. Enlil, “Lord of Command,” extended King Anu’s military dictatorship to Earth.
Enlil, who preceded Enki as Anu’s successor on Nibiru, now ruled Enki on Earth too. “To Enki the seas and the oceans as his domain were granted, lands beyond the bar of the waters by him to be governed, in the Abzu [Africa] to be the master, with ingenuity the gold to procure.”
King Anu returned to Nibiru and sent Ninmah with female medical officers to Earth.
They made landfall at Enlil’s headquarters. Enlil, obsessed with besting Enki, courted Ninmah. He and Enki both wanted male babies with her, their half-sister and only half-sister on Earth. Nibiran law held that only boys Ninmah could beget with them would build their royal lines.
Enlil courted Ninmah. He said he’d bring their son Ninurta to Earth. The commander promised her a center in Sumer for her doctors. He bragged of his plans to lay out Expedition settlements in lines across Iraq that would show incoming rockets where to land. Then Enlil flew Ninmah to his place in Lebanon (perfect, he said, for her seeds from Nibiru). They’d make “euphoric from fruit her seeds would grow.
At his place, he held and “with fervor kissed her, ‘Oh my sister, my beloved,’ Enlil whispered. By her loins he grabbed her.” But “Into her womb his semen he did not pour” [Enki: 108].
For many months, hurt and angry, Enlil mooned about his gardens. Then, one day, he saw Sud, Ninmah’s gorgeous assistant. He hid and watched her bathe in his stream with other Med-Corps women. Gorgeous Sud would help him get over Ninmah.
He asked Sud to get high on elixir made from seeds Ninmah brought. “Sud drank, Enlil drank too; to her Enlil of intercourse was speaking.
Unwilling was the lass. ‘My vagina is too little. It knows not copulation,’ to Enlil she was saying. ‘My lips are too small, they know not kissing.’
Enlil laughed and embraced her, kissed her. His semen into her womb he poured.
“To Ninmah, Sud’s commander, the immoral deed was reported. “ ‘Enlil, immoral one, for your deed judgement you shall face.’ So did Ninmah to Enlil in anger say.”
“In the presence of fifty Anunnaki, Seven Who Judge assembled. On Enlil a punishment decreed: ‘Let Enlil from all cities be banished. Let him exiled be. In a skychamber [plane] they made Enlil leave the Landing Place [Lebanon] to a Land of No Return in Africa.”
The Tribunal told Abgal, Enki’s pilot, to choose Enlil’s site.
In Africa, at the site he picked for Enlil, Abgal secretly defected from Enki and allied with Commander Enlil. Abgal showed Enlil the missiles in the cave where he and Enki hid them after they sneaked them out of Alalu’s rocket.
Enki thought the nukes hidden. But, Abgal told Enlil, “At the right time, seize the missiles and prevail over all rivals. With the weapons your freedom obtain!” Abgal also gave Enlil the codes to activate the missiles.
Enlil chose for now to keep secret the fact that he knew where the nukes were hidden and how to activate them.
While Enlil viewed the missiles in Africa, in Sumer, Sud’s womb swelled. Enki and the Tribunal sympathized with her and asked if she’d marry Enlil. If he made her Royal Wife, she would.
So Enlil returned to Lebanon, married her, and professed sexual conservatism. He concealed his knowledge of the nukes’ secret cave. Enlil gave Sud the title, Ninlil (Lady of Command). Enlil and Sud begat Nannar, the first Nibiran royal born on Earth, then Adad [Enki:112 – 114; Handbook: 7; Giants: 15; Lost Realms: 116].
Enlil, restored to command, married Sud, gave her the title, Ninlil. Sud, now called Ninlil (Lady of Command), bore Nannar, the first Nibiran Royal born on Earth, then Adad. Nannar begat the twins Utu, a boy and Inanna a girl, then another girl, Ereshikigal. Nannar, Adad and Inanna reinforced Enlil’s ruling lineage on Earth in struggles with the Enki and Marduk. [Handbook: 7; Giants: 15; Lost Realms: 116].
By 400,000 years ago, Enlil built four centers in Sumer: Sippar, his spaceport; Nippur, Mission Control; Shhuruppak, Med Center; Badtibira, Metallurgy Center.
Enki’s submersible boats took gold from southeast Africa to Badtibira. At Badtibira, technicians processed the gold into bars.
At Nippur, Enlil build the Dur.An.Ki (Bond-Heaven-Earth), the Mission Control Center. He fitted his communication chamber with telescopes and a tall broadcasting tower. From the chamber, Enlil spoke with towers in each Nibiran center. He talked to Nibirans on rockets going to and from Earth. From Nippur the commander controlled 600 Nibirans on Earth, and 300 astronauts (the Igigi).
The Igigi manned orbiting stations and flew shuttlecraft between this planet and Mars. Enlil kept space charts, the celestial data, secrets of astronomy. Matters of weather, winds and rains were his concern; so was the assurance of efficient transportation and supplies, local provision of foodstuffs.” From Nippur, Enlil “planned and supervised the first space base, Sippar” [Time: 131].
Forty-nine thousand years ago, the Igigi astronauts on Mars, through their commander, Anzu, demanded Enlil better their work conditions, issue more elixir and build a recreation center on Earth. Anu, from Nibiru, ordered Anzu to Earth to talk with Enlil. The king told Enlil to show Anzu everything.
At Nippur, Enlil wouldn’t, at first, show the control room to Anzu. Enlil told Anzu, “I alone rule all Earth operations: You and the Igigi must obey, not challenge, me.”
Enki, however, told Enlil to show the gold mining, refining and transport system to Anzu. “Get Anzu to keep his men on the job.”
So Enlil told Anzu, “Let’s cover ourselves with sterile clothes for the restricted area.”
But when Enlil stripped, Anzu stole his keys, slipped into the control room and seized the crystals [computers] and MEs [portable command modules] that ran Sumer’s spaceport and cities. Each ME controlled a certain function, and only its possessor could operate it. Anzu now had the ME of Enlil’s Command of Earth, the ME called The Brilliance or ME of Enlilship.
Anzu forced pilot Abgal to take him to the spaceport, Shuruppak, where Anzu’s men declared Anzu king of Earth and Mars. Anzu turned off vital services at headquarters (Nibiru-ki), cut Earth/Nibiru communications, and, from his aircraft, buzzed Enlilite positions.
Ninurta launched his jet and shot Anzu down. Then the Ninurta freed Abgal and retrieved the crystals that controlled the Expedition’s facilities. Finally, the champ captured Anzu and dragged him before Enlil.
The Seven Who Judge (Enki, Damkina, Marduk, Nannar, Enlil, Ninmah and Ninurta) found Anzu guilty of treason. Ninurta executed him “with a killing ray.” Enlil ordered Marduk to display Anzu’s body on Mars, then bury him there; let the astronauts see Ninurta kills rebels [Wars: 95 to102, 124; Drawing of cylinder seal VA/243, Berlin Museum].
Nannar, Enlil’s first son with Sud/Ninlil, his official wife, had secretly directed Anzu’s revolt. Nannar, with Anzu as his agent, meant to challenge Ninurta (Enlil’s Firstborn) as heir. But after Ninurta slew Anzu, Enlil forced Nannar to honor Ninurta as Heir.
Then Enlil exiled Nannar from his city (Ur).
Ninurta, now Enlil’s “Foremost Warrior,” enforced Enlil’s rules to extract, process and send gold to Nibiru. To assure Nannar and the Enkiites obeyed Ninurta, Enlil gave him the IB missile, “a weapon with fifty killing heads.” Enlil and Ninurta could now, with unmatched firepower from the multi-headed missiles, intimidate even the Anunnaki working the African mines for Enki [12th Planet: 107 to116; Wars: 95 to 102].
Volunteers from Nibiru worked decades in the African goldmines, under ever-increasing pressure from Enlil to work longer and harder. Enki empathized with their plight and decided to create a worker race to relieve the Nibiran miners and send them home.
He built a lab in Zimbabwe to see if genes from Bigfoot’s ancestor, Homo erectus’ could help adapt the Nibiran genome to Earth to make workers.
The miners griped that boss Ennugi overworked them. Ennugi 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 and Chief Medical Officer Ninmah, as well as Enki’s brilliant son Ningishzidda, engineer Earth-adapted miners.
When the miners cut gold to Badtibira, Enlil sent Ninurta, to investigate. “Call Enlil to the mines,”
Enki told Ninurta, “Let the Commander see how the miners suffer.”
When Enlil and his vizier, Nusku, arrived, “Let us unnerve Enlil,’ mine-working heroes 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 King Anu back on planet Nibiru to shuttle to Earth and shoot the miners’ leaders and their instigator (implying Enki). The miners wouldn’t tell Ninurta who led or incited them, but Anu messaged back that he felt for them. Ninurta asked Anu to send new miners from Nibiru.
Enki entered the house where Enlil and Ninurta stood, weapons ready.
Enki told them, “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!”
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.”
Enlil objected. “Don’t create slaves. Slavery has from Nibiru long been ended. Tools are slaves, not other beings.”
Ninurta said, “Make machines, not slaves.”
Enlil shouted, “To create hybrid beings is in The Rules Of Planet Journeys forbidden.”
“A new species create we shall not; the Apeman is in his fashioning essence [genotype] as we of Nibiru are,” said Enki. “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 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 urged the Council to deny Enki’s project. Enki’s project, Enlil said, would validate mutineers who valued themselves more than goldmining 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 laboratory Enki built in Zimbabwe for their work, Enki, Ninmah and Ningishzidda experimented; they spliced genes into their genome. [Cremo, Forbidden Archeology; Devolution: 9 to 41; DNA: 97; Wars: 130, 132; Genesis: 121; Giants: 16, 153: Pye, L., 2000; Enki: 124 to 130; Encounters: 347 to 380].
Enki and Ningishzidda serviced erectus women but failed to impregnate them. So the two men gathered their own seed and put it in test tubes of erectus ova. Their sperm and erectus ova joined to create hybrid. Ninmah implanted these zygotes surgically into erectus women.
The first babies born of the women lacked vision, hand dexterity or internal functioning. To beat these defects, Ninmah grew the next hybrid zygote in a copper and clay vessel 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 Ninmh by Enki was inserted. There was conception. Then, to a male child Ninmah birth was giving. “Enki the boy child held in his hands, the image of perfection was he.
Once Ninmah had Adamu, the prototype for the primitive worker, she messaged the Med Center at Shuruppak. She said she needed seven doctors to volunteer their wombs for Adamu’s offspring. “‘His essence alone as a mold shall be!’”
“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 bit by bit in the vessels she inserted.
Then in the malepart of Adamu an incision she made, a drop of blood to let out. She squeezed the malepart for blood, one drop in each vessel to the admixture she added.
In the wombs of the birth-giving heroines the fertilized ovals were inserted.” Ninmah cut Adamu’s seven healthy boys from their wombs.
To create a female, Ningishzidda planted a zygote made with Adamu’s blood in Damkina; our ancestress, Ti-Amat, a sandy-haired, blue-eyed white-skinned cutie, carried Damkina’s mitochondrial DNA.
Damkina and Ninmah, then both of reared and trained Adamu and Ti-Amat. The women “taught them to speak and to relate emotionally” and prodded them to “experience all the feats, the play, and the tasks a Nibiran kid learns.” Adamu and Ti-Amat were “endowed with self-awareness.”
Ningishzidda put ova from Ti-Amat into seven test-tubes. Then he planted the seven ova in the same female doctors who’d borne the hybrid males. All the surrogate mothers carried female hybrids, which he removed surgically.
Ningishzidda told the doctors he needed their wombs again, Ninmah objected, “For my heroines too burdensome is bearing more Earthlings. Too few are the heroines to bear numbers enough to work mines.”
Enki brought Adamu and Ti-Amat to Edin.
But the miners again threatened mutiny if Enki and Ningishzidda didn’t bring slaves to relieve them. So 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.
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 he extracted; into the rib of Ti-Amat the life essence he inserted.”
Enki, Ninmah and Ningishzidda hid Ti-Amat’s new breedability. Ti-Amat and Adamu stayed in Enki’s Persian Gulf orchard while her fetus gestated.
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 Anunnaki Assembly trial and the “Nine Who Judge” sentence Enki for insubordination.
Enki put Adamu and Ti-Amat in an enclosure in Zimbabwe. She bore children who bred with each other and with Anunnaki. “‘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].”
The Anunnaki of Iraq, Enlil’s lineage, learned that descendants of Adamu and Ti-Amat were working not only African mines, but also in Enki’s Zimbabwe palace and gardens.
The Iraqi Anunnaki said Enlil gave them way too much work. They wanted, like Enki had, Earthlings to do the dirty and boring work.
Enki had let his Earthlings roam free in the wilderness; sometimes Ningishzidda went with them. But when Enki heard Enlil’s sons agitating for slaves too, he built a wall around his workers’ homes to impede potential Enlilite raids.
Enlil appeased his sons’ lust for slaves, though he wanted none himself. He and Ninurta built “a powerful new weapon.” He cut communication with Nibiru so Anu would not stop him from the raid he planned. Then Ninurta took the weapon and 50 Anunnaki raiders to Enki’s place in Africa. With the weapon, they blew down the protective fence around Enki’s workers.
The Enlilites brought the slaves back to Iraq to work naked in mansions, gardens, orchards and cities. Enlil even let Ninurta breed the slaves for now. All Anunnaki would soon return to Nibiru and leave Earth and its slaves [Slave Species: 145, 452; Enki 141, 149; 12th Planet: 352; Wars: 138, 139, Genesis: 164,165, 201; Giants: 245: DNA:100, 101-103, 107, 108, 113, 122, 123, 161, 177, 356].
Thirteen thousand years ago, a new Ice Age hit Earth. The Earthlings begged for more food. Enki, Ninmah and Enlil met to resolve the food crisis.
When they saw each other, they saw each others’ wrinkles. “Old on Earth we became, but those on Earth born are even older sooner,” said Enki.
Solaris rained more radiation on the Anunnaki on Earth than Nibirans ever got on the homeplanet. The radiation on Earth aged the Anunnaki faster than did the shortened years of Earth, compared to Nibiru’s longer orbital years.
Enlil ordered a second interplanetary spaceport, in case the astronauts or Marduk ever seized the Sinai rocketport. Enlil sent his youngest son, Adad-Viracocha, and Adad’s brother Ninurta to the Andes. They created a huge landing platform at Pumapunku, Bolivia, 12,000 feet high. [Wars:111, 112; 20, Enki:188–193; Lloyd, 2005: 101]
“Drought, plague and starvation stalked the Earthlings.” Crops dried up, Earthlings starved, plagues killed many. Ninmah [said] ‘Let us the Earthlings curing teach, how themselves to remedy to learn.’ ”
Enlil refused. “Let the earthlings by hunger and pestilence perish.” In his mind the stay of the Anunnaki on Earth was nearing an end and he would rather wipe out all life before they departed for Nibiru.
“Nothing grew and winds, heat and drought haunted them. Tremors and quakes became regular events.”
Enki implored Enlil, “Let us show the dredging of ponds and canals for surviving drought and famine.”
But the commander responded, “When we, sated with Earth’s gold, to Nibiru return, leave no Earthling subjects for Marduk, no force for him, the homeplanet to invade.”
The Earthlings at Shuruppak (where Ziusudra/Noah, the boy Enki’s begat with Batanash, his overseer’s wife lived) sent Ziusudra to Enki at the Persian Gulf for help. Enki said he couldn’t openly help, but advised, covertly, “The policy of Enlil protest, worship of the gods boycott.”
Enki secretly fed us Earthlings from his corn. He showed us how to get to and fish the seas. When Enlil said Enki defied the decree that we starve, Enki said he didn’t know how we learned salt-water fishing.
When Enki ruined his attempt to starve the Earthlings, Enlil instead waited for the next perigee when Nibiru’s approach to Earth would create a great flood. Before that, Anunnaki would quit Earth with the gold they needed. The flood would kill us off and hide the fact we ever lived. [Enki: 204, 205; Slave Species: 470].
When King Anu and the Counsel on Nibiru got Nergal’s report, they beamed Earth: “For evacuating Earth and Lahmu prepare.’
In the Abzu the gold mines shut down; therefrom the Anunnaki to the Edin came; smelting and refining ceased, all gold to Nibiru was lofted. Empty, for evacuating ready, a fleet of celestial chariots to Earth returned.
One spaceship that came for gold and Anunnaki returning to the homeplanet brought the mysterious white-haired Galzu (Great Knower).” Galzu ceremoniously deplaned and presented a sealed message from Anu to Enki, Enlil and Ninmah.
Enlil the seal of Anu examined; unbroken and authentic it was, its encoding trustworthy. ‘For King and Council Galzu speaks. his words are my commands.’ So did the message of Anu state. “ ‘I am Galzu, Emissary Plenipotentiary of King and Council, to Enlil,” said the mysterious visitor.”
Galzu told Ninmah, “ ‘Of the same school and age we are.’ This Ninmah could not recall: the emissary was as young as a son, she was as his olden mother.” Galzu told her she’d aged and he hadn’t because she and her brothers lived on Earth so long. They’d die if they returned to Nibiru. Their bodies, adapted to Earth, couldn’t survive Nibiru’s gravity.
Galzu lied: “The three of you on Earth will remain; only to die to Nibiru you will return.” Ninmah and her brothers must, he said, orbit Earth in rockets when the icesheet sped waves over the planet. When the waters calmed, to live, they must return to Earth. Enlil read more from the message he’d unsealed: “To each of the other Anunnaki, a choice to leave or the calamity outwait must be given. The Igigi whom Earthlings espoused must between departure and spouses choose. No Earthling, Marduk’s Sarpanit included, to Nibiru to journey is allowed. For all who stay and what happens see, in celestial chariots they safety must seek.”
Enlil convened the Anunnaki Council (the leaders’ sons and grandchildren) and the Igigi commanders. He told them he decided to let the Earthlings drown in the Deluge.
Enki objected, “‘A wondrous Being by us was created, by us saved it must be,’ Enki to Enlil shouted.”
Enlil roared back, “To Primitive Workers knowing you endowed. The powers of the Creator of All into your hands you have taken. With fornication Adapa you conceived, understanding to his line you gave. His offspring to the heavens you have taken, our wisdom with them you shared. Every rule you have broken, decisions and commands you ignored. Because of you a Civilized Earthling brother [Abael] a brother [Ka-in] murdered. Because of Marduk your son the Igigi like him with Earthlings intermarried. The Earthlings must drown.”
Enlil demanded Enki and Anunnaki swear they wouldn’t tell us the seas would engulf us.
Enki refused to swear. He and Marduk stamped out of the Council. Enlil brought the Council back to order. Astronauts with Adapite wives and children, he decreed, must move to peaks above the waves. He, Enki, Ninmah, their sons, daughters and descendants would orbit Earth. Marduk must shelter on Marsbase and Nannar on the Moon. When the waters receded the leaders and kin would return to Earth [Enki:206, 209 -212 to 214, 294].
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