GROWS AGAINST ENKIITE EGYPT AND BABYLON
by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.
Marduk gave Hammurabi,
his king at Babylon "a powerful weapon, called "Great Power
of Marduk", with which he subdued all Mesopotamia, save the
Enlilite strongholds of Adad in Assyria and Ninurta in
Lagash. In the 12th Century B.C., the Assyrians, led
by King Tiglat-Pileser I, conquered Lebanon.
In the 9th century B.C.,
Adad and Nergal sent the Assyrian king Shalmaneser III with
technologically-advanced artillery against Marduk’s
Babylonians. With these weapons, Shalmaneser prevailed.
Then, in 689 B C. Sennacherib, using, this time, "rocketlike
missiles" Adad gave him, sacked Babylon on the pretext that
the Babylonians had disappointed Marduk, their erstwhile
god. Sennacherib sentenced the Babylonians to seventy years
of Assyrian occupation and domination. Commander Enlil
watched Assyria’s Sennacherib subjugate Phoenicia, Gaza and
But Sennacherib--on his
own without knowledge of authorization of his Nibiran
handlers--attacked Jerusalem. Enlil controlled Mission
Control Jerusalem. He zapped the his erstwhile
Assyrian slave army with a techno-weapon that killed 185,000
men. Sennacherib fled back to Nineva in Sumer, where
he declared his younger son Esarhaddon, his successor.
Sennacherib’s older sons
killed the King, but the Nibirans hid Esarhaddon.
Enlil sent Inanna to Assyria. She disarmed the Ninevan
army and destroyed their weapons. Esarhaddon rules,
protecting Assyria. She losed "an intense, blinding
brilliance" on her headgear to blind Enemies of Esarhaddon’s
successor, Ashurbanipal both in battles in Arabia and in an
attack on Marduk’s Egyptian forces. Inanna "rained
flames upon Arabia." [Sitchin, Z. 1985,
The Wars of Gods and Men pages 12-19]
Enlil decided to end
Assyrian power. He let Babylonians conquer Assyria from
614-616 B.C. and sent Babylon's king Nebuchadnezzar II to