NASA HIDES NINMAH’S MEMORIAL ON MARS TO NIBIRU’S DEPOSED KING ALALU, 450,000 YEARS AGO
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. and Janet Kira Lessin
Background: ALALU, DEPOSED KING OF NIBIRU, BANISHED TO DIE ON MARS by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.
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 ever 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 [Sumer] 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.
“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.”
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 Ea–He-of-the-Waters; “Ea” is the root of the word “EA-rth.
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.’” Anu wrestled Alalu. They grappled.
“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.”
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, “His 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.
On Nibiru, Anu ordered freight rockets to shuttle from Earth and its moon, as well as other planets and satellites between Nibiru and the sun.
NINMAH SAVED ANZU ON MARS, BUILT 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.”
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, Azu, 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.
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