INANNA, GILGAMESH, SODOM & GOMORRA: Anunnaki Tablets, Part 13
(Continued from Anunnaki Tablets Part 12, Post Flood: Sumer Started, Babil Bombed, Inanna Bedded Anu & Enki; Marduk Evicted Ningishzidda From Egypt)
Excerpt from ANUNNAKI: FALSE GODS–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. & Janet Kira Lessin
ANUNNAKI TAKE US FROM THE ERA OF PEACEFUL POST-FLOOD RECONSTRUCTION TO NUCLEAR DESTRUCTION
By Sasha Alex Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, UCLA)
Marduk Reunited Egypt
Prince Marduk (now, in Egypt, called Ra, honored his father Enki/Ptah, Chief Scientist to the Nibiran Goldmining Expedition to Earth. Enki hadn’t passed rule of Nibiru to Marduk but maybe he could settle him in Egypt. Enki gave him MEs to make Egypt prosper–all his knowledge except how to revive the dead.
Marduk rewrote Egyptian history. In his propaganda, he demoted Ningishzidda to “the Divine Measurer.” Marduk replaced Ningishzidda’s image on the “Stone Lion” (Sphinx). The new face of the Sphinx: Marduk’s son Osiris.
Pharaohs yearned to live forever; Marduk said if they proved loyal, he’d mummify and rocket them to Nibiru to share eternity. Thus tempted, the pharaohs fought to unite Egypt against Inanna and the Enilites.
Inanna wanted a city complex built around the temple and its compound Anu gave her at Uruk.
Ninurta’d built Kishi with fifty MEs–programs for math, smithing, pottery as well as making beer, pottery, wagons wheels and law–Enki gave him. Enki released the MEs “to benefit mankind, step by step.” Inanna, too, wanted MEs from Enki.
“The MEs, electronic physical objects one could pick up and carry, wear or sew into garments, contained secret knowledge or data like our computer chips on which data, programs and operational orders have been recorded. On them the essentials of civilization were encoded.” [Wars: 239]
Inanna flirted with Enki at his villa on the Persian Gulf. Enki could thrill her with advanced sexual practices and she could show him a thing or two too. But MEs for weaponry, statecraft, mathematics, writing, metallurgy, masonry, arts and courts interested her even more. She lusted for an ME Enki kept for membership in the Anunnaki Council of 12 on Earth that gave its owner primacy among the Anunnaki for 2,160 days–a full twelth of the zodiac cycle.
She visited Enki at Eridu, got him drunk, seduced him. He gave her the MEs she’d come for and more. She slipped the MEs to her pilot to take back to Uruk. Enki sobered, captured her, locked her up and tried to get the MEs back.
Enlil flew to Eridu. Inanna shouted, “‘By right the MEs I obtained, Enki in my hand placed them.’ So did Inanna to Enlil say; the truth Enki meekly admitted.” [Enki: 281]
Inanna had scored 90 MEs. They included “Lordship, Throne of Kingship, Exalted Scepter and Staff, Exalted Shrine, Rings of Rulership, Righteous Rulership” and MEs for “temple rites and organization, science and scribeship, fine arts and architecture, justice, weaponry, personal exaltation.”
The Council of the Twelve Top Anunnaki replaced Ninmah with Inanna in their meetings. Inanna now held MEs for Exalted Tiara and High Priesthood. The Council assigned Inanna Venus as her planet and the constellation Leo as her zodiac house. She would reign supreme on Earth for when Leo rose before the Giza Sphinx on the Spring Equinox. [DNA: 61 -63, 143; Time: 188]
In 3760 BCE, Inanna choose the first King, the Lugal. He spoke for the gods to the Earthlings. 23 successive Lugals ruled Sumer for 24,510 years. Lugals shifted venue from Ninurta’s Kishi to Inanna’s Uruk, then to Akad. When Enlil ordered kingship moved to Uruk, Inanna launched the MEs she’d seduced from Enki. She made Uruk a mighty city state and made Enmerkar (son of and successor to her nephew) its ruler.
INANNA FOUGHT MARDUK AGAIN
“In the eastern lands, beyond even seven mountain ranges, was the Third Region, Zamush, Land of Sixty Precious Stones, was its highland called. Aratta [Harappa] the Wooded Realm, was in the valley of a meandering great river [Indus] located. In the great plain did the people cultivate crops of grains and horned cattle herd. There too two cities with mud bricks they built, with granaries they were filled.” Inanna appointed an Earthling Shepherd-Chief (descended from Dumuzi) King of Aratta. [Enki: 286 – 287]
Igigi Astronauts Followed Inanna To Indus Valley
Inanna roamed “the lands and took a liking to the people who in the upper plain of the two rivers dwelt. They were the Igigi who descended to Earth from heaven from Lahmu (Mars). The Igigi Aryans moved east, following Inanna [they called her Ishtar] to the Indus Valley [Aratta] and laid the foundation for the Indo-European culture.” [Slave Species: 499]
Enlil ordered Enki to craft a new language and script for Aratta. Enki wrote the language but refused Aratta MEs for Aratta to make Inanna a world power. He said she could share with Aratta the MEs she’d already gotten from him for Uruk.
Inanna shuttled her skyship between Aratta and Uruk. But “what to Inanna was entrusted she neglected, other domains, not to her granted, in her heart she coveted. By Inanna was the bitter end started, Marduk as Ra with Destiny tangled.” [Enki: 291]
Her second ruler in Uruk, Enmerkar (Utu’s grandson with a hybrid) sent an emissary with a written message to Aratta.
In the message, Enmerkar demanded Aratta swear feality to Uruk, but the Arattan King couldn’t read the Sumerian writing.
After ten years, Enmerkar told Utu to have Nisaba, the astronauts’ scribe, teach him Arattan script. When he’d learned it, Enmerkar sent his son, Banda The Short, to Aratta with a message in Arattan: “Submit or War!”
The Aratta King wrote back that he’d prefer trade–Aratta’s precious stones for the MEs of Uruk, or if Enmerkar insisted on war, let one champion of Aratta and one of Uruk fight to settle the war.
“On the way back, carrying the peace message, Banda fell sick; his spirit left him. His comrades raised his neck, without the breath of life it was. On Mount Hurmu, on the way from Aratta, to his death was Banda abandoned”. So the peace message never reached. Utu, Inanna’s brother, however, revived Banda. [Enki: 287-289]
“Journeying between Unug-ki and Aratta, Inanna restless and ungratified was, for her Dumuzi she still mourned, her love’s desire unquenched remained. When she flew about, in the sunrays Dumuzi’s image she saw shimmering and beckoning.” In her dreams and visions, Dumuzi told her he’d return and share with her the “Land of the Two Narrows [Egypt].” [Enki: 291]
In Uruk, “A House for Nighttime Pleasure she established. To this young heroes, on the night of their weddings, with sweet words she lured: long life, a blissful future to them she promised; that her lover Dumuzi was she imagined.” But each one in the morning in her bed was found dead.”
Utu revived Banda, who returned to Uruk. Inanna saw Banda as Dumuzi. “‘A miracle!’ excited Inanna shouted. ‘My beloved Dumuzi to me came back!’ In her abode Banda was bathed. ‘Dumuzi, my beloved!’she called him. To her bed, with flowers bedecked, she lured him.”
Inanna Started Immortality Quest
“When in the morning Banda was alive, Inanna shouted:‘The power of dying in my hands wa.s placed, immortality by me is granted.’ Then to call herself a goddess Inanna decided, the Power of Immortality it implied.” [Enki: 292]
Banda succeeded his father, Enmerkar, as King of Uruk. Banda married Ninurta’s daughter, Ninsun, who bore Gilgamesh. Gilgamesh oppressed the people of his city; he insisted on sex with brides before their grooms could couple with them.
Enki created Enkidu, an android, to tame Gilgamesh and arranged for the tantric practitioner Shamhat to tame him.
Gilgamesh and Enkidu fought, then became best friends. Gilgamesh went with Enkidu to the rocketpad at Baalbek to plead with the gods for a rocket to Nibiru for immortality he thought they enjoyed.
In Lebanon, near Inanna’s home, Gilgamesh and Enkidu tracked Enlil’s security robot to the launchpad. As they watched a rocket launch, Inanna, from her plane, saw them smash Enlil’s robot. “At the entrance to the Cedar Forest its fire-belching monster their way blocked. To pieces it they broke.”
“Watching Gilgamesh take off his clothes, bathe and groom himself, glorious Ishtar [Inanna] raised an eye at the beauty of Gilgamesh. “Come, Gilgamesh, be thou my lover. Grant me the fruit of thy love!”. But he declined and insulted her.
She, enraged, demanded Anu release the guard-bull at the launchpad. Anu complied. The bull charged Gilgamesh and Enkidu but Gilgamesh stabbed it while Enkidu held it.
When Enkidu died of illness, Enlil inflicted on him for destroying his robot, Gilgamesh grieved his friend. Then Gilgamesh went to the spaceport in Sinai for a plant to let him live forever.
In a tunnel in Sinai he met Enki’s son, Ziusudra, 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. 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 BCE, Utu told him Enlil wouldn’t grant him eternal life. Gilgamesh is 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.” [Encounters: 132 -172; Giants, 311 – 312, 339 (citing S. Kramer’s translation of cuneiform text, The Death of Gilgamesh)]
In Egypt, Marduk heard Innana told the Earthlings gods like her lived forever. He saw Gilgamesh and other Earthlings obsess to live forever. “Gods” lived long but died after millennia or someone could kill them. Their lives shortened on Earth. Their Nibiran/Earthling descendants lived even shorter lives. But to shorter-lived Earthlings, Anunnaki seemed immortal.
Marduk used his pharaohs’ wishes to live forever to control them. If loyal, he’d have them mummified like Dumuzi and, Marduk vowed, he’d rocket them to Nibiru to share eternity. He focused them to unite Egypt for him against Inanna and the Enilites. [Enki: 295]
Inanna United Sumer
Inanna and the Enlilites ran Sumer. The Council of Twelve had her Uncle Adad run the landing place at Baalbek and her father Nannar run the Sinai energy source (Heavenly Bright Object) and the Spaceport. With her weapons, armies and power (she said) to bestow immortality, Inanna controlled kingship of Sumer, the First Region, for 1000 years.
Marduk Offered Pharaohs Immortality
In Egypt, Marduk allowed worship of one supreme deity, himself. “So did Marduk, as Ra, above all other gods himself emplace, their powers and attributes he to himself assigned. ‘What have you overpowered?‘ Enki to his son Marduk said. ‘Unheard of are your pretensions!’
”‘The heavens my supremacy bespeak,’” Marduk said; “‘The coming Age of the Ram, my sign, my rule proclaims.” But the sun still rose in the star group the Bull and marked Enlil’s rule; not the Ram, Marduk’s star-set. Marduk and Nabu readied their Earthlings to challenge the Enlilites. [Enki: 290, 298]
2371 BCE: Inanna And Sargon Extended Her Power
The Enlilite leaders wanted a [“hybrid demigod”] war-king to unify the First Region fiefs and block Marduk’s threat to their squabbling temple-cities. “To Inanna, of Marduk the adversary, the task of the right man to find they entrusted.” [Enki: 30]
In 2371 BCE, Inanna choose her gardener, Sargon, as the Akkadian warrior king to lead her armies and Sumer. Nannar had fathered both Sargon and Inanna. Sargon rose from gardener to king when he raped her and she liked it. Enlil ratified Sargon–who had Enlilite genes–as Sumer’s king.
Sargon began his rise when he saw Inanna snooze in his garden. “He bent over her perfect face and lightly, then, as she–half awake–responded, kissed her savagely. He entered her as she opened her eyes and her eyes shone with pleasure.” She declared Sargon her lover. Inanna repeatedly joined powerful aggressive men to lead her armies.
They subdued all Sumer except Lagash, her Uncle Ninurta’s fief. She led Sargon’s army through Luristan in the Zagros Mountains. With the army and her mass-killing weapons, she and Sargon united Sumer. They spread spoken and written-on-clay Akkadian all over Sumer and spawned the Semitic languages (including Hebrew and Arabic). [Wars: 10 -11]
In 2316 B.C., while Marduk built an army in Egypt, Sargon invaded Marduk’s empty stronghold, Babylon. To show his disdain for Marduk, the king planted in Agade an urn he’d filled with Babylon’s soil. Sargon “took away the soil for another Gateway to the Gods [Tower to Launch Rockets to Nibiru].” Inanna and Sargon would build her own launch site and take interplanetary power.
Inanna stayed gorgeous and enticing, but argon aged. And he drank and thought demons haunted him as Marduk’s minions besieged him. Sargon cursed Inanna as he died [Ferguson, “Inanna Returns,” in Heaven and Earth, Ed.: 97; Giants: 270]
Marduk and Nabu returned from Egypt to Babylon. They fortified the city and diverted rivers to it from the other Sumerian cities. Marduk said he’d build his spaceport in Babylon. “In the heart of Edin, in the midst of the First Region, Marduk himself established!”
Marduk organized all Sumer’s waterways through his computer in Babylon. He controlled their river travel, domestic water and irrigation water. He told Sumer’s Enlilite Royalty that his water system would end their fights over water, which their growing slave populations needed.
But the Enlilites refused to let Marduk control them. They wanted him back in exile. They met in Council and messaged Marduk’s brother Nergal (who hated Marduk) to come up from Africa to Babylon and get Marduk to leave. Nergal, glad for the chance, planned “to destroy and erase everything his brother had done, especially the control room.” Nergal and his retinue of black Earthlings left Kuth for Babylon.
Inanna And Nergal Planned To Rule Earth
En route to Babylon from Africa, Nergal he visited Inanna in Uruk.
Though she was Enlilite and he Enkiite, he allied himself with her against his Marduk. Marduk’s claim to rule all Earth alarmed Nergal. He asked Inanna to help him contain Marduk. Nergal and Inanna sealed their alliance sexually and planned to conquer all Earth for themselves.
Nergal Betrayed Marduk
There, he told Marduk if he went to South Africa, he’d get weapons and computers and “the instrument for giving orders, The Oracle of the gods, The Holy Scepter, sign of kingship which contributes to Lordship and the holy Radiating Stone which disintegrates all” hidden there since the Flood.
Marduk said if he left Babylon, the waterworks for all Sumer which he ran would fail and Sumer wouldd flood, crops dry-up crops and cholera spread. Nergal said, “Ceremonial bulls at the Babylon’s gate only shall I install, upset waterworks I shall not.”
Reassured, Marduk left for the weapons and programs in South Africa. [Wars: 252 -254]
Nergal, “foolish and violent as always” broke into the Babylon control room. “Blinded by jealousy and hatred for his brother, he overran the mandate of the Council–to have Marduk leave Sumer.” In “a fit of destruction, defiling and burning” Nergal tore the luminescent radiating stone that gave the system energy from its socket and from its machine links. Marduk’s devices stopped humming. Lights went out. All Sumer’s waterworks froze; fields and canals dried-out, parts of Sumer flooded. Nergal had in his rage paralyzed the fiefs of the very Council members who sent him to oust Marduk. But Nergal didn’t care.
Enki confronted Nergal and, angry, ordered him back to Africa. Nergal responded with even greater rage than Enki and, before he left, Nergal burned the gates to Marduk’s temple.
Nergal left his army in Elam, near Babylon, to aid Inanna. She then publicly, “to defy the authority of Anu and Enlil, abrogated their rules and regulations and declared herself Supreme Queen.” [Ancient text, Queen of all the MEs; Wars: 254]
In 2291 BCE, “In the First Region, Enlil and Ninurta absent were, to the lands beyond the oceans Inanna and Nergal went; In the Second Region, Ra was away, as in other lands he traveled. Her chance in her hands to seize all powers Inanna envisioned.” [Enki: 303]
Inanna, Naram-Sin (Sargon’s grandson) and the Akkadian armies captured Baalbek, the Landing Platform in Lebanon. They dashed along the Mediterranean coast for the Sinai Spaceport and inland for Mission Control, Jerusalem. Akkadians crossed the forbidden Forth Region, taboo to Earthlings (across the Jordan from Tell Ghassul, the private city of the Igigi Astronauts and their Earthling wives).
In Sumer, only Ninurta’s city, Lagash, “beyond the reach of Inanna’s ambitions” and “protected by the best-trained soldiers in the land” held out against Inanna and Naram-Sin [Giants: 274].
Inanna and the Akkadians conquered Jerico. Nannar, her father, lost Jerico. Now Jerico obeyed her.
Inanna’s armies under Naram-Sin joined Nergal’s Kuthians and conquered Egypt. “Humans had little choice but to follow the instructions from their brutal gods who showed no regard for human life. Clashes between the gods almost always involved humans, who never knew the reasons for warring against their neighbors. Aggression of one group of Earthlings against another initiated by their god set the behavioral pattern for all future human conflict. Humankind perceived this kind of activity as ‘the normal thing to do’ to invade and conquer your neighbor’s land.”
A “god would command his people to invade and attack, giving his human armies the excuse that they were vile and evil and they were sinful against god. But this god would differ from land to land, demanding total obedience from humans, or they would be punished. This led to the worship of many different gods by people of the biblical lands as they worshiped the specific gods who led them into battle or out of harm’s way. This worshiping would lead to retribution from some other Anunnaki god with a higher rank, demanding that people worship only him. And so the clashes between groups of people continue.” [Slave Species: 502 -503]
In 2255 BCE, Inanna recaptured Uruk, destroyed Anu’s temple there and sent Naram-Sin to attack Enlil’s minions at Nippur. She declared herself supreme to even Anu, King of Nibiru and father of Commander Enlil, her father’s father.
ENLILITES RULED SUMER
Enlil sent Ninurta with cavalry and his army of Gutians (from the Zagros Mountains of northeast Sumer) against Inanna, Naram-sin and their Akkadian Earthlings. Gutians looted most of Sumer. They spared only Lagash, city of Ninurta, their master.
The Commander had agents plant a scorpion to kill Naram-Sin for his attack on Nippur. Enlil ordered Inanna arrested but her parents–Nannar and Ningal–wouldn’t give her up.
Inanna flew to Nergal’s Lower Africa. For seven years, they plotted to overthrow Enlil and his Council.
The Gutians left Sumer, returned to the Zagros Mountains when Ninurta returned to Sumer. He restored Elilite power and enforced a century of peace for Mesopotamia. He fixed Sumer’s water system and the controls Nergal ruined in Babylon.
Ninurta’s Kings in Lagash “prohibited abuse of official powers, ‘taking away’ a widow’s donkey” and withholding day-workers’ wages. Kings had to maintain community buildings and canals for irrigation and transport. Ninurta held First Fruits and other festivals for Earthlings. He and his kings taught us to read and write. [Wars: 262 – 64; Giants: 274]
The Champion of Enlil and the Enlilites, Ninurta forced obedience to Sumer’s Enlilite Anunnaki. He flouted his huge new fighter-bomber, Black Bird and demonstrated its enhanced firepower. Sumer, intimidated, accepted Enlilite rule in Sumer another 200 years.
Ninurta’s Lagash Eninnu touted Enlilite rule over Sumer. He proclaimed his authority in stone. He had nephew Ningishzidda, the great architect build him a grand stepped temple as his home. Ningishzidda made a bunker for Black Bird and another bunker for a weapon called “Awesome Weapon.”
Ningishzidda build an observatory next to the bunkers. The top of the observatory measured nightly star and planet positions.
Ninurta ordered all to call the temple Ningishzidda built him “E.Ninnu–House/Temple of Fifty. Every time anyone, Anunnaki or Earthling, mentioned Ninurta’s house, he heard them affirm him as the next Enlil with the Rank of Fifty, just below Anu’s.”
New Year’s dedication, Ninurta bestowed “immortality” on Gudea, Lagash’s demigod/king who’d supervised construction.
“In the forecourt two stones determined constellations at sunrise on equinox day,” March 20/21 and September 22/23. The equinoxes marked Zodiac Time based on the varied time-lengths star groups rose on the horizon on equinoxes. Zodiac Time stretched Ninurta’s rule of Sumer longer than Celestial Time (based on twelve equal intervals). The Lagash observatory’s sight-lines showed the sun crossed the line of Earth’s orbit (ecliptic) from the zone Enlil’s constellation, The Bull, for the next 200 years. Nannar ruled as Enforcer when Earth aligned with Enlil’s Bull constellation rose at the equinox in zodiacal time.
“The Bull,” Ninurta told Ningishzidda, “proclaims Commander Enlil and me, his Champion and Successor. While the sun rises in The Bull, Enlil–through me–rules Earth.” [End: 40 -49; Giants: 276]
In Egypt, Marduk’s spy said. “Ninurta finished the E.Ninnu.”
“Curse his Observatory. Earth,” Marduk shouted, “must honor Celestial Time, not the Eninnu’s Zodiac Time.
“Coming is my constellation, The Ram. When the sun rises in The Ram, I, not Enlilites, rule Sumer shall.
“Each sign gets equal time on the horizon. The sun rises on my Ram, not Enlil’s Bull and I rule. Zodiac Time gives Ninurta rule two centuries more than Celestial Time.”
Ninurta gave his Gutians horses and practiced them in cavalry tactics that stretched their reach thousands of miles. Then he left Sumer to Enlil and Nannar and flew off to explore lands to the northeast.
To control Sumer without Ninurta and his plane, Enlil gave his second son, Nannar, god of Ur, rule of all Sumer. Earthlings liked Nannar—who’d been, unlike both Ninurta and Marduk, birthed on Earth. Earthlings also liked Nannar’s push for trade instead of war. [Giants: 269-70]
Nannar, unlike other Enlilites, avoided combat in Anunnaki wars. Enlil choose him as Ur’s god to signal Earthlings, even in lands Marduk controlled: worship Nannar and you’ll enjoy peace and prosperity.
“Enlilites dropped the ‘Ninurta Strategy’ and switched to a ‘Nannar Tactic,’ transferring the seat of national Kingship to Ur–Sumer’s thriving commercial and manufacturing center–[cult center] of Nannar, an Earthborn son of Enlil, who unlike Ninurta, also had an Akkadian name: Sin.”
Enlil sent Terah, the High Priest of Nippur, to Nannar in Ur to make sure people there followed Nannar, Zodiacal Time, and Enlilite rule. Terah brought his son, Abraham (who’ll lead Enlil’s cavalry) with him.
Nannar ruled Ur’s 3rd Dynasty. His Earthlings adored him. Nannar bred sheep that made Ur “the wool and garment center of the ancient Near East and “developed foreign trade by land and water.” His half-Earthling/half-Anunnaki staff and their thousands of subject Earthlings built a navigable (and protective) canal to Ur’s two harbors. The canal separated the temple, palace and offices on one bank from shops and homes on the other bank. On their bank, merchants, craftsmen and laborers occupied multistoried white houses along broad, straight streets. [Wars: 271 -272]
Ur-Nammu Died, Destabilized Sumer
In 2113 BCE, Nannar and Enlil choose (and Anu, from Nibiru okayed) Ninsun’s son Ur-Nammu as King of Sumer/Akkad. “The choice signaled that the glorious days under the unchallenged authority of Enlil and his clan are back.” The King would serve under Nannar who’d dictate laws of obedience, justice and morality. [Wars: 262-264; End: 52, 60 -61].
Enlil told King Ur-Nammu to kill Amorites allied with Marduk and Nabu. Enlil gave the King a “divine weapon that heaps up the rebels in piles. Enlilite gods of Sumer all gave Ur-Nammu blessing, honor, weapons and protection. Off he marched his army to attack the Amorites west of Sumer.”
But “in the midst of battle in 2096, Ur-Nammu’s chariot got stuck in the mud. He fell off it, the chariot rushed along, leaving the King behind. The boat returning his body to Sumer sank with him on board.” In Sumer, “People could not understand how such a devout king who followed gods’ directives with weapons they put in his hands could perish so ignominiously.” Support of Utu, Nannar, Inanna, Enlil and even Anu failed Ur- Nammu.
Nabu fanned doubts about Enlilite gods, “The Enlilite gods deserted you. They hid from you that Nibiru’s almost here. Soon shall the homeplanet of the gods to Earth shall appear in The Ram–Marduk’s constellation. Welcome the Era of Marduk the Redeemer, who shall conquer Sumer and Akkad, rule Elamites, Hittites and the whole world.” From Sinai to the cities and islands of the Eastern Mediterranean Nabu exalted, “Nibiru comes, Marduk shall rule.” [End: 63 – 66]
In 2095 BCE Shulgi succeeded Ur-Nammu as Sumer’s King. Inanna invited Shulgi to Uruk and declared him “the man for the vulva of Inanna.” They wed, to Enlil’s disgust, in the temple where Anu had elevated her in tantric ritual. Inanna again bonded with an alpha Earthling.
Shulgi built the Great West Wall from the Euphrates to the Tigris to keep out Nabu’s forces. To ally with the Elamites, Shulgi gave them the city of Larsa and married his daughter to an Elamite. Shulgi’s Sumerians and the Elamites “subdued the western provinces, including Canaan but failed to protect Mission Control at Sinai or the Landing Place in Lebanon from Marduk and Nabu. Enlil ordered Shulgi killed. [Wars: 276 -279]
In 2080 BCE, Mentuhotep I led the armies of the southern Nile loyal to Marduk against Memphis and Heliopolis. The Theban banner, Marduk’s Ram, and the Celestial Zodiac that proclaimed him Earth’s Supreme God replaced the Bull of Enlil and Ninmah, in the northern Nile Delta. [Time: 322]
2048 BCE: Enlil installed Shulgi’s son, Amar-Sin, King of Sumer and sent him to stop a revolt in the north, then fight an alliance of five kings along the Mediterranean in the west. Enlil also sent his general, Abraham, trained in Hatti in Hittite military tactics, with cavalry to Canaan.
Marduk Captured Harran, Allied With Hittites
After Abraham left Harran (southeastern Turkey) for Sinai, Marduk ousted Nannar, moved in and cut Sumer’s trade with the Hittites. [Wars: 286]
Marduk’s Theban allies struck pro-Enlilite northern Egyptians. Meanwhile, Nabu, based in Bosippa (south of Babylon), brought cities west of the Euphrates as well as Canaan against Enlil. Marduk threatened the Spaceport.” [Wars: 298; Enki: 302 – 306; End: 78].
In a Council Enlil convened, he scolded his Number Two, Ninurta. Ninurta had worked at Tiahuanco atop the Andes while his cavalry, the Earthlings of Elam, ran amok and conquered all Sumer, except for his place at Lagash. Nevertheless, Enlil rebuked Ninurta for his cavalry’s crimes.
Nergal tried to shift blame for the Gutians rampage from Ninurta to his (Nergal’s) brother-rival Marduk and Marduk’s son Nabu for the military threat to Sinai that made the cavalry invade Sumer in the first place.
Enki told Nergal to shut up and support Marduk and Nabu or get out. “The council broke up in disarray.” [End: 87-88]
Ninurta and Nergal sent Abraham and Lot to spy on Sodom and Gomorra, cities Marduk controlled. Enlil feared Marduk, from these cities “would marshal his large number of human followers and control of all establishments on Earth, including the Sinai Spaceport.” Nabu brought cities west of the Euphrates and Canaan against the Enlilites while Marduk’s Egyptians in the south attacked Northern Egypt.
Enlil ordered Abraham and his nephew Lot to the Negev desert on the border of Sinai. He equipped Abraham with the best chariots, finest horses, 380 well-trained soldiers and weapons that “could smite an army of ten thousand men in hours. He even sent Abraham and Lot to Egypt for more men and camels from the Northern Egyptians allied against Marduk. [End: 73]
In 2041 BCE Abraham blocked Ninurta’s Elamites from the Spaceport, then rescued Lot, whom the Ninurta’s Elamites, as they retreated west of the Jordan River, had captured from the Nabu-friendly city of Sodom.
The next year, Mentuhotep II, Marduk’s Theban Pharaoh, took Egypt all the way to the western approaches to Sinai.
Amar-Sin sailed to Sinai to block Marduk’s Egyptians, defected to Enki and became his priest in Eridu, Enki’s cult center in Sumer. But he didn’t escape Enlil’s wrath. Enlil had an assassin kill him with a poison insect, spider or viper.
In Amar-Sin’s place, Enlil made Shu-Sin Overseer of Sumer. Shu-Sin built a shrine for Inanna’s son Shara at Nippur.
Marduk returned to Babylon as Enlil and Ninlil left Sumer. [Wars: 309, 317, 320; End: 68-72]
Galzu Vision Made Enlil Choose Abraham To Stop Marduk
Galzu, in a vision, told Enlil to make Abraham (son of Ur’s High Priest Terah) General of Cavalry to keep Nabu and Ham’s descendants in Canaan from the Sinai Spacestation. Enlil kept the vision secret, but told Abraham, “Rule all lands from the border of Egypt to the border of Sumer.” [Wars: 289 – 297]
Ibbi-Sin succeeded Shu-Sin in 2039 BCE. Marduk returned to Babylon as Enlil left Sumer.
ENLILITES NUKED SINAI and CANAAN, RADIATED SUMER
In 2025 BCE, Marduk menaced the Spaceport. He announced, “‘In my temple house let all the gods assemble, my covenant accept.’ By his appeal for their submission, the Anunnaki gods were disturbed and alarmed.”
“To a great assembly, council to take, Enlil them all summoned. Opposed to Marduk and Nabu they all were.” All the senior Anunnaki except Enki agreed: “Leave Earth to Marduk. Keep the Spaceport from Nabu; nuke it.” [Enki: 308]
Enki, “angry and distraught, the council chamber left, in his heart was Enki smiling: only he knew where [In Africa] the weapons were hidden, so did Enki think. For it was he, before Enlil to Earth had come, who with Abgal in a place unknown the weapons did hide. That Abgal, to the exiled Enlil, the place disclosed, that to Enki was unknown. Thus it was that without Enki needing, Enlil to the two heros [Ninurta and Nergal] the hiding place disclosed.” [Enki: 306 – 308]
The Anunnaki Council on Earth messaged Anu on Nibiru. The Council implored the King to okay nuking the Spaceport as well as Nabu and his armies at the south end of the Dead Sea. Marduk, Enlil reminded Anu, claimed rule of Nibiru as well as Earth, as Anu and Alalu had agreed. Marduk threatened Anu in every way. So Anu said, “Bomb.”
Enlil evacuated the Igigi Astronauts from the Sinai and sent Ninurta and Nergal (the “angels” of the Bible) to confirm from his spies in Canaan–Abraham and Lot–that they should bomb Sodom, Gomorra and other cities allied with Marduk. Enlil gave his spies time to flee, then ordered the attack.
In 2024, Enlil’s son Ninurta attacked the Sinai. “The first terror weapon [a missile called One Without Rival] from the skies Ninurta let loose; the top of Mount Mashu [which housed the controlling equipment] with a flash it sliced off, the mount’s innards in an instant it melted. Above the Place of the Celestial Chariots [rockets] the second weapon [called Blazing Flame] he unleashed, with a brilliance of seven suns the plain’s rocks into a gushing wound were made, the earth shook and crumbled, the heavens after the brilliance were darkened; with burnt and crushed stones was the plain of the chariots covered, of all the forests that the plain had surrounded, only tree stems were left standing.”
Nergal bombed Marduk’s forces in Canaan–Sodom, Gomorra and three other cities Abraham had identified as allied with Marduk. Nergal’s missiles made the Dead Sea dead. To this day, “the water of springs surrounding the Dead Sea is contaminated with radioactivity, `enough to induce sterility in any animals and humans that absorbed it.’”
Archeologists confirm the south shore of the Salt sea flooded, people left and all life there died in 2024 BCE. “Over the five cities Erra [Nergal] upon each from the skies a terror weapon sent, the five cities he finished off, all that lived there to vapor [“salt”] was turned. Mountains toppled, where the sea waters were barred the bolt broke open, down into the valley the sea’s waters poured, by the waters was the valley flooded.” [Enki: 310- 11, 315 – 316].
DeMenocal said rocks called tephera, “burnt-through pieces of blackened gravel-like rock” usually near volcanos, still cover Sinai–which lacks volcanos. [See Science, April 27, 2001 and Geology, April 2000; http://www.sitchin.com/evilwind.htm]
Ninurta made Sinai’s tephera when he nuked the spaceport. His bombs made a huge black scar on the Sinai plain (where the shuttlecraft runway and launch platform had been) so large you see it only on satellite images. North northeast of the scar (in an area where all other rocks display colors) DeMenocal found find millions of black-blasted rocks.
“The Place of Launching, the Spaceport, obliterated: the Mount within which the controlling equipment was placed was smashed; the launch platforms were made to fade off the face of the Earth. The plain whose hard soil the shuttlecraft had used as runways were obliterated, with not even a tree left standing.” [Wars: 331-334]
Someone—unclear who–nuked the Indus Valley settlements, possibly about this time [Ancient Nuclear War, History Channel, 2012]
The Enlilites accidentally radiated Sumer. “By the darkening of the skies were the brilliances followed, then a storm began to blow, gloom from the skies an Evil Wind carried. From the Upper Sea, a stormwind began blowing, the dark-brown cloud eastward toward Shumer the death was carried. Where it reached, death to all that lives mercilessly it delivered.
“The alarm Enlil and Enki to the gods of Shumer transmitted, “Escape!” From their cities the gods did flee.”
Enki got his followers out of Eridu in Sumer before the nuclear storm killed them. The rest of Sumer’s Earthlings died of radiation poisoning while their Anunnaki gods fled. Bau (Ninurta’s mate) died with her Earthlings at Lagash, giving them medicine to ease their death.
“The people of the land by the evil storms hand were clutched. Those who behind locked doors hid inside their houses like flies were felled. Those who in the streets fled, in the streets were their corpses piled up. Everything that lived perished.”
Babylon, north of the radioactive storm, “where Marduk his supremacy declared, by the Evil Wind was spared.” [Enki: 312 – 313].
Enlil said the disaster fulfilled his vision of Galzu saying Marduk would rule Earth. So Enlil and Anu too declared, “the title Formost God, the Enlilship, passed to Ra-Marduk.”
Enlil moved the Earth-to-Nibiru communicator (Bond-Heaven-Earth) to the Sun Pyramid Ningishzidda designed in Teotihuacan, Mexico. [DNA: 177, 225]
For the next 80 years, most Anunnaki on Earth went first to Adad’s spaceport at Nazca, then in rockets back to Nibiru. Some, however, “dispersed from Sumer with their followers to lands in the far corners of the Earth; others remained nearby and rallied their supporters to a renewed challenge to Marduk.” Marduk’s “extended family in Northern Sumer, the Aryans, invaded the lands to the east and Europe to the west, conquering humans everywhere and imposing their Aryan supremacy which, to this day, persists.” [End: 122; Enki: 312 – 313; Tellinger, Slave Species: 116]
Enki and Marduk together purified Sumer’s water and decontaminated the radioactive soil so people could again live there. Evenings, Enki dictated the memoirs to Sumerian scribe Endubscar. For forty days, with a crystal-tipped electrum stylus, Endubscar took dictation on a lapis lazuli.
Enlilite troops from Elam gradually re-occupied Sumer’s south and challenged Marduk’s rule of Sumer, as did Gutian soldiers north of Sumer. [Wars: 343 -344]
Next Episode: MARDUK RULES–Anunnaki Tablets, Part 14
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