Excerpt from ANUNNAKI: LEGACY OF THE 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. (Anthropology, UCLA) and Janet Kira Lessin, (CEO, Aquarian Radio)
NIBIRU’S POLITICS SCRIPTED EARTH
Sirians, advanced beings from the Lyran stars, moved to planets in the Pleiades of Orion’s belt. 60 million years ago, Homo Sapien Pleiadians rocketed to Earth to escape war. “Other Lyrans and Pleiadians came to Earth” and warred on Earth too. The first Pleiadians fled back to the Pleiades, some to Nibiru.
Nibirans developed technologically advanced warring nation-states [Horn, A. and L., 1994, Humanity’s Extraterrestrial Origins, Silberschnur; Enki: 25-26].
Around 656,000 years ago, nations of the Nibiru’s North and South nuked each other.
Nuclear explosions and fallout left many Nibirans sterile and killed a huge percentage of men.
To end the war, leaders drew lots for rule of the planet. An won the drawing. He created Agade, the new capitol, imposed military rule–hierarchical, male-centered, patrilineal–, and issued decrees.
An ordered men, “Take principle and secondary wives, official concubines too.” His successors set the Law of Succession: when the King dies, the son the deceased king begat with his father’s half-sister succeeds.
Nibiru’s Peril Drove Miners To Earth
500,000 years ago, Nibiru’s protective shield weakened. The thick atmosphere thinned. This forced Nibirans to mine Earth for gold to powder into Nibiru’s air, save their atmosphere, and keep the heat they needed. [Slave Species: 88]
By the reign of Enshar, the sixth king descended from An, “Nibiru’s air has thinner been made, the protective shield diminished,” scientists said. Enshar’s son, Duuru, failed to create an hereditary heir, but the Council of Counselors made his adopted son, Lahma, King.
To Lahma, “In the councils of the learned, to heal the breach in the atmosphere, were 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.”
“For a decision 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. Beseaching, not actings, provides the only hope.”
Prince Alalu Killed King Lahma
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; you dither. I’m taking over now, before we lose all our air.” Alalu hurled the King from the tower. “Now I’m King.” [Enki: 32 – 33]
Alalu Gave Daughter to Ea for Fealty from Anu
Anu Said He, Not Alalu, Should Rule. Anu descended from King An’s youngest son (Enuru) contested Alalu’s claim. Anu said he, as Pretender, not Alalu, should rule.
Alalu told Anu, “Wed our children–my daughter Damkina; your son Enki; I rule and civil war we forestall. My Cupbearer shall you be, always near consulting me.”
Anu agreed; he canceled the betrothal his daughter Ninmah had with Enki, Nibiru’s greatest scientist. Instead of Nimah, Enki wed Damkina [Giants: 249].
Ninmah pined for Enki, but sought solace in sex with Anu’s heir, her (and Enki’s) half-brother Enlil, the dashing military man.
When Ninmah bore Enlil’s son Ninurta (later known as Ishum, Baal, then Mars). “Never, for your disobedience, will I allow you to wed,” he said. Anu, however, did not 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 born 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. (This pact will in millennia to come fuel wars on Earth.)
Deal in place, Anu pledged fealty to Alalu. Alalu, now King, made Anu his Cupbearer. [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 touch of the ash eruptions Alalu sought. The hole in the atmosphere 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 (nine sars, orbits of Nibiru around the Sun, 32,400 Earth years) passed and Alalu still hadn’t stopped Nibiru’s air loss.
Anu Wrestled and Deposed Alalu
Cupbearer Anu seethed when Alalu failed to protect and replenish Nibiru’s atmosphere.
Anu 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 missle-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 – 39]
ALALU NUKED TO EARTH, SAID GOLD’S HERE, THREATENED NIBIRU
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.
In 2010 CE, ultrasound showed that the merged Tigris, Euphrates and Gehon, further south, joined the Pishon River to make the four rivers of Sumer tablets show. Sumer’s four combined rivers then flowed into the Persian Gulf. Noah’s flood of 13,000 years ago, we’ll see, buried the Pishon with mud.
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 ashore he again waded, 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. He also found fish aplenty, though the water registered undrinkable. He climbed a hill, found eatable fruit and a pond of drinkable water. He shot a snake, a creature absent from Nibiru. The abrupt fall of darkness on Earth startled him; Nibiru’s days (rotation on its axis) stretched much longer.
ALALU PROVED EARTH’S GOLD
“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]
On Nibiru, the Council heard Alalu’s demands. “Two royal princes–the Commanders of the Weapons” protected the palace with “two divine weapons–the Royal Hunter and the Royal Smiter. The gateway to the palace was flanked by ‘Eaglemen’ [uniformed astronauts] with the Winged Disc emblem of Nibiru centrally displayed. The Council heard Alalu’s transmission in the Throne Room where Anu sat on his throne, flanked by his Foremost Son Enlil seated on the right and his Firstborn Son, Enki seated on his left.
“Anyone present could speak but Anu’s word was final.”
Enlil impugned Alalu’s data; he and the Council begged Anu, “Resist Alalu”.
Anu had Enlil beam Alalu back, “Anu, the King, to you his greetings send; of your well-being to learn he is pleased.” He added, “Prove ample gold on Earth.” [Giants: 129]
Enki said he’d rocket to Earth and see if it had enough gold to send miners.
AIf from gold dust of Earth a shield for Nibiru its atmosphere to save,@ said Enki, Alet Alalu Earth rule as King. For kingship on Nibiru, let him wrestle Anu.
“Let me in a chariot [rocket] to Earth journey, a path through the Bracelet [Asteroids] with water, not fire I shall fashion. On Earth, from the waters let me the precious gold to obtain; to Nibiru back it will be sent.”
So Anu sent son Enki to Earth to mollify Alalu. Enki, since he married Alalu’s daughter could mediate between him and Anu.
To Earth with Enki, Anu also sent Alalu’s grandson, pilot Anzu (an astro-navigation expert), and fifty men. “Anzu,” means He Who Knows the Heavens–astronavigator. Anzu charted the course toward the sun.
Enki had the job half-brother Enlil coveted. Enlil seethed while Enki and Anzu rocketed for Earth. [Sitchin, J., Website]
Enki, With Water, Won Earth
Enki diverted water from the ship’s engine-cooling system to a water cannon. With it, he blasted rocks from his course though the asteroid belt.
“Critical Water depleted,” Anzu warned; “engine failure immanent.” Mars’ waters could save them.
Enki and Anzu landed on Mars which had water and air too.
“The water was good for drinking but the air was insufficient for breathing; they needed their Eagle’s helmets to breathe.” On Mars, they drew water from a lake.” [Sumerian clay tablets show water on Mars long before Twenty-First Century scientists found water traces there]. [Slave Species: 432]
Rocket’s water renewed, Enki launched for Earth, “its gold Nibiru’s fate for salvation or doom containing.” [Enki: 71]
“‘The chariot must its speed reduce or in Earth’ thick atmosphere it will perish” said Anzu. They circled the planet a few times and slowed before they entered the atmosphere and hurtled toward the solid ground. Gravity pulled them down to fast for a dry landing.
“443,000 years ago, they splashed into the Persian Gulf. Alalu guided them ashore. [Slave Species: 443]
“They heard a speaker. It was Alalu welcoming them! He beamed directions of his whereabouts and they floated the chariot like a boat towards him, then made their way inland. The oceans narrowed, land appeared on both sides.
“They opened a hatch and descended into the marshes and attached strong ropes to the chariot so they could pull it to land.” Enki built houses at Eridu, the head of the Persian Gulf, near modern Basara.
From Gulf waters, Enki sifted some gold. He made a plane, and with his personal pilot Abgal, tested all over Earth for more gold.
Anu beamed Enki, “Send us Alalu’s ship with all gold you gathered.”
(The days of Earth’s creation in Genesis cosmicizes the Nibiran prospectors as they set up camp six days, then rested on the seventh.)
Enki Hid Alalu’s Nukes, Fired Pilot Anzu
Enki and Abgal entered Alalu’s rocket. In it, they found seven nuclear missiles.
They hid the nukes in a cave in the African Great Lakes area. Only Enki and pilot Abgal knew cave’s locale.
Anzu, the interplanetary pilot and Alalu’s grandson, saw no missiles when he came to ready Alalu’s rocket to return to Nibiru. Anzu told Enki, “Most missiles Alalu stole to Anu I must return and some I must fire at rocks in the Belt.”
“This rocket you cannot with such attitude pilot, radiation missiles must not in interplanetary space discharge.” Enki said, “I replace you Anzu; stay on Earth with Alalu. Abgal, who pilots my sky chariot, will return Alalu’s rocket to Nibiru.“ [Enki: 82]
Enki Sent Abgal To Nibiru With Gold Samples
Enki routed a return through the Asteroids and Abgal flew the rocket to Nibiru with sample gold.
Scientists processed the sample gold into “the finest dust, to skyward launch it was hauled away. A shar [3,600 years] did the fashioning last, a shar did the testing continue. With rockets was the dust heavenward carried, by crystals’ beams was it dispersed.”
But “when Nibiru near the Sun came, the golden dust by its rays disturbed; the healing in the atmosphere dwindled, the breach to bigness returned.” [Enki: 86]
Anu sent Abgal to Earth for more gold and Enki sent him back to Nibiru with the meager gold from the Gulf.
Enki and Abgal Atraced the [Persian Gulf’s] gold to its nearest prime source “the gold lodes, huge veins deep in the rocks of Abzu” [Africa].
“Jubilant, Enki announced his find to Nibiru.” [Giants: 99, 138]
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 run 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’s atmosphere.
NIBIRANS MINED & SETTLED EARTH
Anu, Enlil & Enki Drew For Nibiru, Earth, Seas & Mining
At Basara, Enki & Enlil disputed authority. “Father Anu,” Enlil messaged from Earth to Nibiru, “affirm succession. I, son by your half-sister Antu, rank Enki, though, he, your eldest be.”
“Come,” Enlil implored, “to Earth and deal with Alalu, too, who claims rule here and over Nibiru too.”
So, 416,000 years ago, Anu rocketed to Earth to create chain-of-command and deal with Alalu=s threats.
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 [Iraq] 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. [Enki: 92 – 93]
“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.” [Enki: 92 – 93]
Enlil’s first act as Commander mollified Ea. Enlil forever gave Enki Eridu, the settlement at Basara as well as the title, En.Ki, Earth’s Lord, to Enki. Before this, Enki had been called EaBHe-of-the-Waters; “Ea” is the root of the word “EA-rth.” [Wars: 81]
Anu Beat Alalu, Banished Him To Mars With Anzu
When Anu and his sons divided rule of Nibiru and Earth, “Forward toward Anu Alalu stepped, shouted, “Mastery of Earth to me was allotted; that was the promise when the gold finds to Nibiru I announced! Nor have I the claim to Nibiru’s throne forsaken.” [Enki: 93]
Anu again wrestled Alalu. They grappled.[Wars: 86]
“Anu on the chest of Alalu with his foot pressed down, victory in the wrestling thereby declaring, “I am King.”
But when Anu lifted his foot from Alalu, “swiftly he the manhood of Anu bit off, the malehood of Anu Alalu did swallow.” [Wars: 94]
Enlil subdued and tied Alalu while Enki gave Anu first-aid. Anu groaned, “Maroon Alalu on Mars, I shall. Slowly will he die from my flesh ingested.” Anu’s flesh killed anyone who ate it.
So Anu, en-route to Nibiru, left Alalu with food and tools on Mars. On Mars also, Anu left Anzu to tend the ex-King as he died. [Slave Species: 438]
On Nibiru, Anu ordered freight rockets to shuttle from Earth, Earth’s moon, and other planets and satellites between Nibiru and the sun.
Ninmah Saved Anzu on Mars, Built Alalu Statue, Marsbase
The King sent daughter Ninmah with female medical officers to Earth. “On Mars stop,” he said, “If Anzu lives, to him give men to there a base start.”
On Mars Ninmah found Alalu and Anzu dead but she revived Anzu. To honor Alalu who found the gold that could save Nibiru, “The image of Alalu upon the great rock mountain [Cyndonia] with beams they [Ninmah’s crew and Anzu] carved. They showed Alalu wearing an eagle’s helmet; his face they made uncovered.” [Enki: 104].
Before she left Mars for Earth, Ninmah, as Anu had ordered, gave Anzu twenty astronauts from her company and told them to build a way-station for the gold freighters.
Ninmah and her doctors left Anzu with astronauts on Mars, then she and her doctors rocketed to Earth. They made landfall at Enlil’s headquarters.
Listen to the story:Chapter 3. NIBIRU POLITICS SET MENTAL MATRIX THEY TOOK TO EARTH
NASA HIDES NINMAH’S MEMORIAL ON MARS TO NIBIRU’S DEPOSED KING ALALU, 450,000 YEARS AGO
ALALU MEMORIALIZED, CYDONIA, MARS
by Janet Kira Lessin
Ninmah led a group of heroes toward a faint beam they’d seen as they landed on Mars.
The beam took them to Anzu, dead, on his back beside a lake, the signal from his helmet activated when our ship came in.
Anzu lay motionless. Ninmah put a pulsar on his heart. She pulse life back into his heart. Nothing. Anzu remained lifeless and dead.
Next she took out the Emitter, its life giving crystal emissions directed on his body. Nothing. No response. Anzu was dead. Sixty times she directed the Pulsar. Sixty times she directed the Emitter. On the sixtieth time the Emitter emitted, Anzu lived. He opened his eyes, mouthed the word “water.”
When he could again walk, he led them to a 12-mile-high rock which protruded heavenward from the plain. “Soon after we landed, Anzu said, Alalu began to scream from unremitting pain. From his mouth he was spitting his innards. I could do little to comfort him. He eyes bulging in agony, he peered over the wall to this place I now must show you.”
We followed Anzu to a great rock that jutted heavenward from the plains like a mountain. “Here, I found this great cave and here’s where I hid Alalu’s corpse.”
“I covered its entrance with stones”, Anzu said. They followed him to the rock, dug away the stones and went in. They saw remained of Alalu, he who once ruled Nibiru, now a pile of bones.
“Let him rest in peace.” said Ninmah. She released the hatred she’d felt for Alalu for hurting her father so terribly.
They covered the caves in stones once again so that the entrance would be forever hidden, Alalu’s remains honored, never disturbed, she hoped.
She opened the penetration beam on the miles-high rock outcrop that would memorialize Alalu. Technicians finished moulding Alalu’s head, faceplate pulled back, gazing at Earth. “Let the image of Alalu gaze forever upon the Earth, where he showed us the gold that will save Nibiru,” she said. She prayed the Prime Creator and Alalu’s ancestors honor him in the interlife.
Ninmah turned to Anzu. “Twenty heroes shall remain with you and you will build on Mars the way station for Earth’s gold. Rockets from Earth will deliver ore to Mars. Refine it here to white monoatomic powder, and rocket it off to Nibiru. Hundreds of heroes will make Mars their home. And you, Anzu, will commander them.”
There beside the Martian lake, Anzu declared. “My life I owe you Great Lady. And to your father, King Anu, I pledge my loyalty.” Ninmah felt a pang. She distrusted Anzu.
Supplies delivered, formalities over, the chariot lifted from the surface of Lahmu and rejoined with the rocketship orbiting above. Toward the Earth it continued its journey.
With great anticipation, Ninmah contemplated the reunion with her dear brothers. With each she has her karma.
ANUNNAKI REFERENCES, CHRONOLOGY, WHO’S WHO & EVIDENCE
More on the Gods of Old: Anunnaki: Gods No More by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.) http://vimeo.com/user7362624/sasha-lessin-phd