Officer, Princess Ninmah, rejected the sexual advances of Commander Enlil, father
of her son, Ninurta. Frustrated, Enlil raped Ninmah's Assistant, Sud.
The Seven Who Judge sentenced Enlil to exile in Africa. But
when Sud, pregnant, agreed to a royal name, Ninti--and marriage to
Enlil, the Tribunal pardoned Enlil and had pilot Abgal return
Exile. Since Enlil'd lost Ninmah already and lusted
for Sud anyway, he returned to Edin with renewed power.
All he had to do was marry Sud and he'd resume
command of Earth operations. He didn't
even have to reveal he knew where Enki'd hidden the nuclear missiles. All he had to do was marry
Enlil. Now she could explore with former fiancee
told Ninmah, "Come with me in the Abzu
your adoration of Enlil
In Africa, "Enki to her words of loving
spoke, sweet words he spoke, 'You are still my beloved' to her he
said, caressing. He embraced her, he kissed her, she caused
his phallus to water. Enki his semen into the womb of Ninmah
poured. 'Give me a
son,' he cried."
Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 115]
But Ninmah bore Enki a daughter, then, immediately, another
When he insisted on again
impregnating her, "Ninmah
against Enki a curse uttered, whatever food he ate was poison in
"To distance himself from Nimmah's vulva Enki by
raised arm swore; from her curse Enki was freed. To the Edin
[The Lost Book of Enki,
consoled himself; he flew
(Enlil's son Nannar's daugher to Cape Agulhas on
South Africa's tip where Enlil had sent her to
run the Cape’s astronomical, climate and
earth-monitoring station. En route Enki seduced
[Sitchin, Z., 1985,
The Wars of Gods and Men,
bald, limping (since birth) and bossy, ran South African
mines for the Enikiites. He thought Ereshkigal, an
Enlite Princess, crowded him in land he ruled. He
attacked the Station to kill her. She "saved her life by
offering to marry him."
Z., 1985, The
Wars of Gods and Men, page
Pregnant already, Ereshkigal bore Enki'
She ran the Cape Station, he ran the mines
[Sitchin, Z., 1985, The Wars of Gods
and Men, pages 111 -112, 117, 176;
2002, The Lost Book of Enki,
pages 188-193, 195].
Ningishzidda, related to
both Enlilites and Enkiites, would empathize with both lineages.
ENLIL & ENKI BREED COMPETING LINEAGES
WITHIN ANU'S CLAN
Enki and Enlil bred
competing patrilineages, rival groups related-through-men.
When Ninmah stopped Enki
from impregnating her again, Enki sent to Nibiru for his wife,
Damkina and their son, MARDUK.
Recall, when Alalu seized the Nibiran Throne he
wed his daughter, Damkina, to Anu's son Enki. The first son of Damkina and Enki, Marduk, Anu and Alalu agreed, would one day reign as King of Nibiru. But Anu deposed and
condemned Alalu. Then King Anu sent his three kids--Enki, Ninmah and Enlil--to
Damkina and Enki begat his lineage, traced as he, his male
descendants and the male descendants of his male sons. The Enkiite
lineage began with Enki and Damkina's Nibiran-born son, Marduk.
Thoth--Enki’s son with Ereshkigal–was Enkiite, as were the
children he and Damkina birthed--Marduk's Earthborn
half-brothers--NERGAL, GIBIL, DUMUZI and NINAGAL. Marduk expanded
the lineage; he begat SETH, NABU, and, OSIRIS, who fathered HORUS.
The Enlilites: Enlil bred his lineage on
Earth with his wife, Sud. Their sons together-- NANNAR and
ADAD--reinforced him and his eldest son, NINURTA (Enlil's illicit
child with Ninmah) in their struggles with the Enkiites.
and Enlilite lineages are part of the patrilineal clan of Anu,
contraposed, in turn, by the clan of Alalu. Both the clans of
Alalu and of Anu are within the royal superlineage of An.