MARDUK RULED–Anunnaki Tablets, Part 14
(Continued from Inanna, Gilgamesh & Gomorra ANUNNAKI Tablets, Tubes, Tales Part 13)
Excerpt from Marduk: Anunnaki King of Earth by Sasha Alex Lessin, Ph.D. & Janet Kira Lessin
Extract from Anunnaki, Gods No More: Unmasking Technologically-Advanced Goldminers From The Planet Nibiru Who Posed as Divine
For a few decades on Nibiru, Marduk* could succeed Alalu, the planetary King there. Anu, legal successor to Lamha as King of Nibiru, let Alalu, who’d killed Lamha, rule Nibiru as an alternative to civil war.
In return, the son Anu’s son Enki would begat with Alalu’s daughter Damkina would succeed Alalu as King.
Damkina and Enki begat Marduk. Anu and Alalu the child Heir Presumptive. Enki trained him to rule.
450,000 years ago or so, Anu overthrew Alalu and Ruled the planet. He declared his son Enlil, whom he begat with his half sister, Heir Presumptive. Enlil, not Marduk, declared Anu, would succeed him. Some 400,000 years ago, Enki ran goldmining operations on Earth. He brought Marduk, now grown, to Earth.
Enlil made Marduk boss of the transshipment facility and the Astronaut Corps on Mars. 350,000 years ago, Nibiru neared Earth and brimstones rained on Earth and Mars, loosed earthquakes and volcanoes on both planets, trashed Marsbase and forced the Corps to leave it. So Marduk lost his command. Enki took Marduk to the moon. They surveyed the moon as an alternative base.
On the moon Enki gave Marduk vast scientific information. Enki told Marduk he’d help him reclaim his right to rule.
In 9780 BCE Enki gave Marduk rule of Egypt and its Earthlings. Marduk divided Egypt between his sons Seth and Osiris.
Marduk said he’d marry Sarpanit, a hybrid daughter of Enkime (a direct descendent of one of Enki’s Earthling sex partners). Marduk’s marriage would bind the Earthlings to him; he’d wield them as weapons, and defeat Enlil on Earth. Then with armies of Earthlings, he’d reclaim his right as Alalu’s heir to rule Nibiru.
Enlil let Marduk and Sarpanit proclaim they’d wed at Eridu. But Enlil ordered the couple, after they wed, to Egypt.
200 Igigi astronauts occupied the Lebanon Airport, then flew to Eridu. After the wedding, each astronaut seized an Earthling woman. They took the 200 Earthlings back to Lebanon and radioed Enlil: “Bless our Earthling marriages or by fire all on Earth shall we shall destroy.” Marduk, the astronauts’ Commander, demanded Enlil ratify the unions.
After the Deluge receded, Enki made Dumuzi, now his favorite son, boss of Africa’s domestic herds and herdsmen in Sudan. Jealous of the new favorite, Marduk made sure Dumuzi and Inanna didn’t, in Sitchin’s version of the tale, wed. In Hardy’s version of the Inanna-Dumuzi tale, they do wed. “Inanna and Dumuzi marry and live together happily a long time, and yet they can’t have any kids—thus no heir.” [DNA: 43]
Both versions say Marduk sent his sister Geshtinanna to subvert Inanna’s African take-over.
In Sitchin’s variant, “To Geshtinianna Inanna revealed, ‘A vision of a great nation I have. As a Great Anunnaki Dumuzi will rise. His queen-spouse I shall be. To Dumuzi I status give, the country I will rightly direct.’ Inanna’s visions of rulership and glory by Geshtinanna to her brother Marduk were reported.
“By Inanna’s ambitions Marduk was greatly disturbed; to Geshtinanna a secret plan he said.” Marduk had Geshtinanna go to Dumuzi.
As Marduk rehearsed her, Gestinanna told Dumuzi, “Before you your young wife in your embrace will sleep, a legitimate heir, by a sister born, you must have.” [to keep succession within the Enki Lineage] Inanna’s son to succession shall not entitled be.” [Sitchin, J. , Website; Enki: 251]
After she got his ejaculate, Geshtinanna panicked Dumuzi. “Marduk of raping me will accuse you, evil emissaries to arrest you he will send. To try you and disgrace you he will order, the liaison with an Enlilite to disunite.”
Dumuzi, aghast, fled to hide behind a waterfall but slipped into the rapids and drowned in Lake Victoria. [Enki: 253]
Inanna knew Marduk made Dumuzi die–though Marduk blamed a subordinate (the “evil emissary”). With techno-weapons, she chased Marduk, who ran through the chambers of the Great Pyramid. He messaged King Anu who beamed Inanna. The King told Inanna that Marduk had weapons that would kill her if she caught him.
Anu ordered Enlil and his chiefs to surround the Pyramid.
“Your side, hear we shall, to decide if you or an evil emissary killed Dumuzi,” they told Marduk.
When Marduk came out, the Enlilites assumed Anu would okay conviction and death-sentence for Marduk. They sentenced him to die slowly with air but no food or water in the King’s Chamber of the Pyramid and sealed him in. After awhile, he lapsed into unconsciousness.
Anu had Ningishzidda Save Marduk. Marduk’s wife Sarpanit and son Nabu messaged Anu to save him. Anu heeded them. Marduk, Anu reflected, carried his (Anu’s) genes through an unbroken line of royal menBAnu, Enki, then Marduk.
Anu transmitted back, “My grandson Marduk must not be slain.”
So Ningishzidda tunneled into the chamber and revived Marduk. The Council banished Marduk from Egypt to North America. In Egypt, they now called Marduk Ra-Amen (Amen = hidden).
In 3850 BCE, Nibiru’s King Anu inspected the Earth Project, and at the Peruvian Spaceport pardoned Marduk. Sarpanit had died; Marduk and Nabu moved to Enki’s place in Eridu.
In 8670 BCE Inanna and the Enlilites again defeated Marduk and his armies. Marduk and his forces fled to the mountains. Inanna blasted them with “an explosive beam and forced them south.” Marduk, Gibil, Seth, Horon and Enki escaped into the Great Pyramid at Giza. In exchange for a peace treaty, Enki surrendered and replaced Marduk with Ningishzidda as ruler of Egypt.
In exchange for a peace treaty, Enki surrendered and replaced Marduk with Ningishzidda as ruler of Egypt.
In 3460 BCE Marduk extended Enki’s “base in Sumer at Babylon (within Eridu), as his headquarters.” Marduk had his Earthlings built a “tower whose head shall reach the heavens–a launch tower. Nabu gathered Earthlings and Marduk taught them to make bricks for Babylon, his spaceport. With a spaceport, he’d challenge the Enlilite spaceport on the Sinai.
But Enlilites bombed the tower and Marduk’s camp at Babylon and he fled to Egypt. Enlilites scattered Marduk’s Earthlings and gave them different languages and scripts.
“Marduk, after a long absence, to the Land of the Two Narrows [Egypt] returned, Ningishzidda as its master he there found.” For the next 350 years, armies Marduk and Nigishzidda clashed over Egypt.
Finally, Enki ordered Ningishzidda to leave Egypt to Marduk. Enki hadn’t passed rule of Nibiru to Marduk, but maybe he could settle Marduk in Egypt. Enki gave him computer programs to make Egypt prosper; he gave him all his knowledge except how to revive the dead.
Marduk replaced Ningishzidda s image on the Sphinx with Osiris’ and rewrote Egypt’s history, labeling Ningishzidda as “the Divine Measurer.”
Marduk honored Father Enki/Ptah. Enki hadn’t passed rule of Nibiru to Marduk, but maybe he could settle Marduk in Egypt. Enki gave him MEs to make Egypt prosper–all his knowledge except how to revive the dead. But Marduk’s Pharaohs yearned to live forever; he said if they proved loyal, he’d mummify and rocket them to Nibiru to share eternity. Thus tempted, they fought to unite Egypt against Inanna and the Enilites.
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]
In 2316 BCE Sargon and Inanna invaded Babylon, filled an urn with Babylon soil and planted it in Agade, symboling she’d build her own tower to launch rockets to Nibiru. Marduk returned from Egypt to Babylon.
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 convince him 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.
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
When Nergal left Inanna, he and his men continued to Babylon.
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.
Around 2080 BCE, Marduk’s Thebans under Mentuhotep I in the southern Nile Area advanced on Egyptians who honored the bull of Enlil and Ninmah, in the northern Nile Delta. In 2049 Inanna’s King, Shulgi, unable to protect Mission Control at Sinai or the Landing Place in Lebanon from Marduk and Nabu, built a wall to defend Sumer’s western border. Enlil, annoyed at Shulgi for orgying with Inanna in Anu’s temple, ordered him killed for failure to protect the Enlilite realms. 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]
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]
Enlil sent Enlilite Champion Ninurta and Nergal to place 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. Mentuhotep II, Marduk’s latest Theban Pharaoh, took Egypt all the way to the western approaches to Sinai. Though the Enlilite King Amar-Sin sailed to Sinai to block Marduk’s Egyptians, he defected to Enki and became his priest in Eridu, Enki’s cult center in Sumer.
In 2025 BCE Marduk menaced the Spaceport. Abraham and Lot told Ninurta and Nergal the cities of south area of the Dead Sea defected to Nabu.
Enlil summonsed his lineage, Ninmah, Enki and Nergal to a war council. The Enlilites clamored, “Keep the Spaceport from Nabu; nuke it.”
When the Assembly shouted down his plea for a negotiatied peace and insisted on war, Enki stomped out. He looked upset, but “in his heart was Enki smiling: only he knew where the weapons hid, 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 Ninurta and Nergal the hiding place [and activation codes] disclosed.” Anu messaged from Nibiru, “Bomb.”
Enlil evacuated the Igigi from the Sinai and sent Ninurta and Nergal to confirm the report Abraham that Sodom, Gomorra sided with Marduk. Enlil sent Abraham to the Negev, then to Canaan.
Ninurta Nuked Sinai, Nergal nuked Marduk’s forces in Canaan. Nabu escaped westward to an island in the Mediterranean. The nuclear cloud blew to the Enlilites’ Sumerian turf and killed all Sumer except Marduk’s Babylon.
He renamed Nibiru, after himself, “Marduk” and created New Years Celebrations there to enact “his” entry into the inner solar system and creation of Earth, then of Earthlings. He renamed Mercury, “Nabu.” He changed Venus’ name from that of his rival “Inanna” to that of his dead mate, “Sarpanit.”
Marduk Downgraded Women and Astronomy
Marduk cut women’s rights. He barred all women from high office and art. He vented his rage at the academic Anunnaki women Nanshe and Nisaba. Nisaba, Egypt’s Diety of Writing had been Ninghzidda’s consort when Marduk fought him for rule of Egypt. Marduk resented her the plans she gave Ninurta the plans for the Lagash Planetarium where star groups move through a zodiac that stretched Enlil’s Bull over Marduk’s Ram. Marduk replaced Nisaba with his son Nabu as God of Writing. [Time: 350-368]
Marduk trained priests to study omens with a horoscope that showed how planets–and their namesakes–affect Earthlings. He degraded astronomy in favor of astrology.
Under Marduk’s New Age, “gods guided the policies of their countries through signs and omens. For many millennia, Anu, Enlil and the other Anunnaki leaders [had] made decisions affecting the Anunnaki; Enlil by himself was Lord of Command as far as mankind was concerned. Now signs and omens in the heavens guided decisions. Celestial omens–planetary conjunctions, eclipses, lunar halo, stellar backgrounds were sufficient by themselves. No godly intervention or participation was required; the heavens alone foretold the fates.
“Astrology developed with fortune-teller priests on hand to interpret observations of celestial phenomena. Astronomical tablets of the Babylonians were computer printouts (Ephemerides), copies from pre-existing sourses of zodiacal constellations. All the Bablylonians knew was how to use them, translating into Babylonian the Sumerian procedure texts. Hellenistic, Persian and Indian astrology derived from such records.”
Astronomy deteriorated, “symptomatic of overall decline and regression in the sciences, arts, laws, the social framework” under Marduk. Medicine turned into sorcery. “Harshness and coarseness replaced the former compassion and elegance.”
Sumerian Refugees Spread Over Eurasia
Many Sumerians who survived the fallout fled Marduk. Refugees found asylum all around the Mediterranian. They converted hosts’ host countries into flourishing states. Some Sumerians went with their displaced Anunnaki lords to distant lands. “Indo-Aryans from southwest of the Caspian Sea mingled with Sumerian refugees and together migrated to the Indus Valley. They brought with them the tales of Sumer, which, combined with the culture Inanna had given her domains in India, evolved into Hindism. [Time: 370-371]
Enlil’s Assyria, north of Babylon, in 1900 BCE attacked Marduk and Bablylon. Ilushuma won the territory down the Tigris all the way to the border of Elam. He liberated Ur and Nippur from Marduk for awhile. The struggle between Babylon and Assyria continued for a thousand years.
Marduk’s Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar overran Enlilite forces in Jerusalem in 587 BCE. Nebuchadnezzer installed a puppet king, ordered worship of Marduk, and took leading citizens of the city as hostages back to Babylon. Nebuchadnezzar deposed the king he left in Jerusalem and burned the temple to Enlil that King Solomon had built there in 586 BCE.
Cyrus of Persia, whom Marduk welcomed, conquered Babylon in 539 BCE and returned Nebuchadnezzar’s hostages to Jerusalem. Cyrus’ successor, Cambyses, brought Sumer, Mari, Mittani, Hatti, Elam, Assyria, Egypt and, of course Babylon, into the Persian Empire. In 522 BCE Darius murdered Cambyses and ruled the extended Persian Empire. In 490 BCE Darius unsuccessfully invaded Greece. Then, in 480 BCE, Darius’s successor, Xerxes, unsuccessfully attacked Greece again. Xerxes destroyed the tomb of Marduk, who’d recently died in Babylon. Marduk’s son and prophet, Nabu disappeared.
Alexander invaded the Indus Valley, but his “invasion was stopped by Flying Shields or discoid aircraft buzzing the groups of war elephants that were part of Alexander’s invasion army. Alexander’s generals refused to continue with the invasion of the Indian subcontinent. Alexander turned back to Asia Minor.” [Childress, 2000: 149] He reached Babylon in 331 BCE and rushed to the ziggurat temple to grasp the hands of Marduk as conquerors before him had done. But Alexander saw Marduk’s dead or suspended body floated in oils in his ziggurat. Off Alexander rushed to Egypt, where priests at Siwa confirmed him as Marduk’s son.
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