Tellinger writes that the Nibiran overseers directed goods and water along the channels with “a levitation device that tapped into the magnetic content of the stones–the same way modern trains float above electromagnetic tracks. The levitation device helped them lift stones heavier than 10 tons. They used a floating substance, the same monoatomic gold that they shipped back to Nibiru to save its atmosphere. The stone channels connected pits to leach gold, houses, terraces, workstations and ceremonial centers. Three of these South African cities that contained 1086 million circular stone ruins stretched over 10,000 kilometers.” [Tellinger, Slave Species: 125; Temples:53-82]
Some of the Earthling miners in South Africa–after 100,000 years of toil to get what seemed an unimportant substance, gold–revolted, others kept digging. Nibirans let many Earthlings “leave the mining compounds.” Some Earthlings created new communities and survived without Nibirans’ help. [Tellinger, Slave Species:117]
We Earthlings “were civilized first (lived in city or mining centers of the Nefilm [Nibiran mining bosses] and worked for them) and then some of us were forced into an uncivilized (non-city-center) environment. Humans in the city centers were contemporaneous with humans in the wild.” Slaves the mining bosses cast off in Africa developed their own so-called native indigenous traditions, but remembered and embellished stories of the Nibiran gods, cities, mines and miscegenation. [Freer, Godspell: 68]
EARTHLINGS NINURTA TOOK TO SUMER CREATED FAMINE
Ninurta and fifty men raided Enki’s slave facility in south Africa, caught Earthlings and brought them to work gardens, orchards and cities in Iraq. Enlil let Ninurta could keep the Earthlings in Iraq and even breed them, for now since he thought all Nibirans would soon leave Earth.
In Iraq, the naked Earthlings worked, cavorted, copulated and bred. They slaved and foraged. Their numbers grew till they ran out of food. Enlil, angry Enki created fertile Earthlings, told him to teach them to feed themselves. Enki gave the Earthlings seeds, plants and tame beasts. [ZS, Encounters: 47; Genesis: 201]
ENKI BEGAT ENHANCED HYBRIDS
One of Nibiru’s approaches upset Earth’s climate and ruined the new crops. Earthlings adapted and foraged afar but made less food. Earthlings’ standard of living worsened and they took again to the bush and cave-dwelling. “Following generations showed less advanced standards of civilized life. From 27,000 to 11, 000 B.C. the regressing and dwindling population reached almost complete absence of habitation.”
Enlil prodded Enki to make Earthlings smart enough to farm and herd better. Enki decided to raise Earthling intelligence and, at the same time, enjoy himself. [ZS, 12th Planet: 5-6]
In his African reserve, “Enki in the marshlands looked about. With him was Ismud, his visier, who secrets kept. “On the river’s bank, frolicking Earthlings he noticed; two females among them were wild with beauty, firm were their breasts. Their sight the phallus of Enki caused to water, a burning desire he had.
“A young one to him Enki called, a tree fruit she offered him. Enki bent down, the young one he embraced, on her lips he kissed her. Sweet were her lips, firm with ripeness were her breasts. Into her womb she took the holy semen, by the semen of the Enki she was impregnated.” Enki then coupled with the second young Earthling. [ZS, Enki: 167-168]
One of the girls bore a boy, ADAPA; the other, a girl–TITI. Enki kept his fatherhood secret.
Enki’s wife, Damkina, “to Titi took a liking; all manner of crafts was she teaching.
Enki taught Adapa; Damkina taught Titi
To Adapa, Enki teachings gave, how to keep records he was him instructing.” Enki boasted, “A Civilized man I have brought forth. A new kind of Earthling from my seed has been created, in my image and after my likeness. From seed they from food will grow, from ewes sheep they will shepherd. Anunnaki and Earthlings henceforth shall be satiated.” [ZS, Encounters: 47; Enki,:168-170]
Enki schooled his (albeit clandestine) son Adapa. He had Adapa then teach his descendants–the enhanced Earthlings–to run farms, herds, estates and how to run less enhanced Earthlings. Enki brought more Earthlings from Africa to Sumer for Adapa to train for the Expedition bosses’ homes and facilities.
Adapa trained and oversaw the workers Anunnaki brought from Africa to work the bases in Iraq. He watched over bakers, water system workers and fishermen and made sure they supplied the Anunnaki and fed themselves Adapa kept the stats—he was in charge of offerings to Enki.
Enki told him Nibirans ate “The Bread of Life” and drank ‘The Water of Life” to live hundreds of thousands of years. Without those substances, Enki told Adapa, he’d likely die in a thousand years or so. So Adapa, of course, begged Enki for the Bread and Water, for everlasting life. Would he let King Anu give him immortality?
Anu, in the meantime, heard of the genius Adapa. Enlil had reported his spies saw Adapa pilot a plane north in the Persia Gulf against prevailing winds. Anu ordered Adapa brought to him. [ZS, Encounters: 51-55]
Adapa’s son Ka-in–Ninurta and the Enlilites’ prodigy–killed Abael– Marduk and the Enkiites’ prodigy. The Anunnaki Council had Ningishzidda remove the genes for facial hair to mark Ka-in’s descendants and had Ninurta banish Ka-in and his clan East of Iraq.
After she bore Abael and Ka-in,Titi bore thirty sons and daughters to her brother Adapa. Among themselves, the Anunnaki distributed these kids and taught them to write, do math and astronomy; they taught them to cultivate crops, husband animals, dig wells. They taught these “Adapite” kids to make oils, euphoric intoxicants (“elixir from the Ibu fruits”—probably grapes) and beer from barley. The Adapites learned to build furnaces and kilns, smelt and refine bitumens, play harp and flute.
Nannar made some of Adapa’s descendants priests. The priests led rituals for the Earthlings and taught them to support, obey and worship Nannar and the other Anunnaki as gods.
A perigee of Nibiru dislodged and hurled meteors–asteroid bits–at Earth, created intense warming, earthquakes, hurricanes and floods on Earth and on Mars. The perigee ruined Mars’ atmosphere and enveloped it in dust storms. Marbase, ruined, Marduk’s Command on Mars ended. Enki said he’d help Marduk, once successor to Nibiru Crown, get his turn to rule.
Enki started the Brotherhood of the Snake, a secret society for Adapa’s smartest descendants. The Brotherhood gave certain Earthlings advanced scientific knowledge. He told them, “We of Nibiru, long-living people are–not gods.”
Nibiru’s perigee dislodged and hurled meteors–asteroid bits–at Earth, created intense warming, earthquakes, hurricanes and floods on Earth and on Mars. The perigee ruined Mars’ atmosphere and enveloped pt in dust storms. Marbase, ruined, Marduk’s Command on Mars ended. Enki said he’d help Marduk, once successor to Nibiru Crown, get his turn to rule.
Anu ordered Adapa brought to him in Nibiru. Anu let Enki’s sons Ningishzidda and Dumuzi–but not Marduk, his potential rival for rule on Nibiru–rocket with Adapa to Nibiru.
On Nibiru, Ningishzidda gave Anu a tablet from Enki. The tablet asked Anu to deny Adapa food or elixir–the Bread of Life (monoatomic gold, the “Manna from the Heavens”) and the Water of Life–that would lengthen the lives of Adapa and his descendants. Ningshzidda took Adapa, denied immortality, back to breed and supervise the Earthlings.
Ningishzidda flew to Earth with Adapa and grain seeds. Ningishzidda would teach Abael animal care so he could help Dumuzi when he too returned to Earth. When Dumuzi returned, however, Marduk pre-empted Abael and the animal project for the Enkiites.
Enlil had Ninurta tutor Ka-in to raise grain Ningishzidda brought. Enlilites, not Enkiites, would run Earth’s farming. Ninurta taught Kai-in, Marduk taught Abael.
At the “Celebration for Firsts,” Ka-in offered first grain, Abael showed Enlil and Enki their first lambs. Enki lauded Abael’s lambs for mat and wool but said nothing of Ka-in’s grain.
“By the lack of Enki’s blessing greatly was Ka-in aggrieved.”
The twins quarreled an entire winter. They argued whether Ka-in’s grains and fish-filled water canals or Abael’s meat and wool gave most.
In summer, when Abael’s meadows dried and his pastures shrunk, he drove his flocks “from the furrows and canals to drink. By this Ka-in was angered.”
The twins fought with fists till Ka-in bludgeoned Abael with a stone, then sat and sobbed. [ZS, Enki: 183-184]
Enki took Ka-in to Eridu, where the senior royals (“The Seven Who Judge) met decide Kai-in’s fate. The Enlilites in the meeting–Enlil, Ninki, Ninurta, Nannar and Marduk wanted Ka-in killed.
Marduk, at first agreed Ka-in should die for killing Abael, the Expedition’s animal breeder-designate. But Enki, Marduk’s father, said he begat Ka-in’s father Adapa. Marduk then accepted Ka-in as his own grandnephew.
“Ka-in must live,” said Enki, “to breed superior Earthlings to work field, pasture and mines. If Ka-in too shall be extinguished, satiation [of food supplies] to an end would come, mutinies will be repeated.”
NINGISHZIDDA MADE KA-IN’S DNA BEARDLESS
The Seven ruled, “Eastward to a land of wandering for his evil deed Ka-in must depart. Ka-in and his generations shall distinguished be.’
“By Ningishzidda was the life essence [genotype] of Ka-in altered: his face a beard could not grow.” The beardless Indians of the Western Hemisphere (we’ll see) descended from Ka-in. [ZS, Genesis: 201]
KA-IN’S LINE GREW AND SREAD
“With his sister Awan as spouse, Ka-in from the Edin departed.” They wandered in the wilderness to the east. [ZS, Enki: 186 – 187; 1990, Genesis: 201]
Kai-in wandered until Adapa, his father lay dying. Ninurta searched for, found and (in his plane), took Ka-in back to Adapa in Ed-in. “The eyesight of Adapa having failed, for recognition of his sons’ faces he touched. The face of Ka-in was beardless.”
Adapa told Ka-in, “For your sin of your birthright you are deprived, but of your seed seven nations will come. In a realm set apart [the Western Hemisphere–ie, they’re one group of the “Indigenous Amerinds] they shall thrive, distant lands they shall inhabit. But having your brother with a stone killed, by a stone will be your end.”
Ninurta returned Ka-in to the wilds east of Edin. There Ka-in “begat sons and daughters.” Ninurta, “for them a city built, and as he was building, by a falling stone was Ka-in killed.” Ninurta may have killed Ka-in. [ZS, Wars: 112]
Ka-in’s survivors planted grain. They founded and ruled the city of Nud [also called Dun, Dunnu and Nu.dun]. Ka-in’s successors for the next four generations murdered their fathers. For the next three generations after that, each ruler of Nud killed his parents, married his sister, then ruled.
Ka-in’s son’s son’s son, Enoch, succeeded Ka-in four generations later. Enoch married his sisters, Adah and Zillah. Adah’s first son, Jabal (and the sub-lineage Jabal begat), lived in tents and herded cattle. Adad’s second son, Jubal, begat lyre and flute players. Enoch’s other wife, Zillah, bore Tubal-Cain, a smith, “artificer of gold, copper and iron.”
After she bore Abael and Ka-in, Titi bore thirty sons and daughters to her brother Adapa. Among themselves, the Anunnaki distributed these kids and taught them to write, do math and astronomy; they taught them to cultivate crops, husband animals, dig wells. They taught these “Adapite” kids to make oils, euphoric intoxicants (“elixir from the Ibu fruits”—probably grapes) and beer from barley. The Adapites learned to build furnaces and kilns, smelt and refine bitumens, play harp and flute.
Nannar made some of Adapa’s descendents priests. The priests led rituals for the Earthlings and taught them to support, obey and worship Nannar and the other Anunnaki as gods.
Enki taught advanced astronomy to one of his own descendants, a hybrid Anunnaki-Adapite named Enkime. Marduk rocketed Enkime to the Moon and Marsbase, then to the Spaceport at Sippar to oversee the Earthlings there for Utu.
Enki divvied Africa among his sons with Damkina. He gave Marduk Egypt and let Nergal rule southern Africa. Enki kept Gibil (whom he’d taught metalworking) in northeastern Africa’s mining region. Enki awarded and the Great Lakes and headwaters of the Nile to Ninagal. Enki gave the grazing region, further north (Sudan) to his youngest son, Dumuzi.
Enlil and Anu let Marduk marry Earthling Sarpanit to stop him from ever ruling Nibiru.
Marduk coordinated the rite so his astronaut (Igigi) allies who attended revolted. Inanna and Dumuzi, of the Enlilite and Enkiite lineages respectively, flirted, then left the wedding before the Igigi abducted 200 Adapite Earthling women. The Igigi occupied the on-planet Baalbek Landing Platform, forced Commander Enlil to recognize the women they kidnapped as legal wives. The Igigi forced Enlil to give them estates on Earth. They prepared to man the interplanetary launch platform Marduk said he’d build in Babylon.
Skirmishes and the likelihood of destructive war grew between Enki’s and Enlil’s lineages. Then their darlings decided to marry. Enkiite and Enlilite elders hoped that if Dumuzi wed Inanna, deadly rivalry between their lineages would stop. “Perchance the espousing peace between the linages truly will bring” Enlil to them all did say.” He ordered the Indus Valley developed as a dowry for Inanna and Dumuzi. [ZS, Enki: 251; Giants: 215]
Dumuzi had gone with Ningishzidda and their hybrid half-brother, Adapa, to Nibiru. When Dumuzi returned to Earth with Adapa, he brought sheep and goats. Enki made Dumuzi, now his favorite son, boss of Africa’s domestic herds and herdsmen.
Dumuzi had gone with Ningishzidda and their hybrid half-brother Adapa to Nibiru. Dumuzi returned to Earth with Adapa, sheep and goats. Enki made Dumuzi, now his favorite son, boss of Africa’s domestic herds and herdsmen.
Jealous, Marduk plotted Dumuzi’s death. Marduk sent his sister Geshtinanna to Inanna. “To her Inanna revealed, ‘A vision of a great nation I have. As a Great Anunnaki Dumuzi there will rise. His queen-spouse I shall be. To Dumuzi I will 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.”
As Marduk rehearsed her, Geshtinanna 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.” After she got his ejaculate, Geshtianna 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 fled to hide behind a waterfall but slipped into the rapids and drowned in Lake Victoria. Gibil fished Dumuzi’s corpse from the lake and brought the body to Inanna’s sister Ereshkigal in South Africa. [ZS, Enki: 251 – 253]
Inanna flew to her sister’s Erishkigal’s weather station at Cape Aguelas, where Gibil left Dumuzi’s body.
Ereshkigal stopped hubby Nergal and Inanna; no way she’d let them breed an heir to Dumuzi’s fief.
Ereshkigal knew Inanna came to Arguelas for levirate. For levirate, a brother–Nergal, Dumuzi’s brother in this case–of the man who died impregnates his dead brother’s wife. The child they beget succeeds the dead brother. But Inanna hated Dumuzi’s eldest brother Marduk who’d made Dumuzi die. She wanted to kill, not boff, Marduk. But she still wanted to carry a child for the dead Dumuzi, a child through whom she could rule northeast Africa.
So Inanna sought Dumuzi’s next oldest brother, Ereshkigal’s mate Nergal, as Dumuzi’s stand-in to beget a child with her. Inanna would, through Nergal and the boy they’d beget, rule in Africa despite Dumuzi’s death. Their son would inherit Dumuzi’s realms in northeast Africa, she, as Regent would usurp Ereshkigal in Africa. “Of scheming an heir by Nergal, Dumuzi’s brother, Inanna was accused.”
When Inanna got to Ereshkigal’s place, Erkeshkigal barred her entry. When Inanna forced her way in, Ereshkigal disarmed her and hung her on a stake to die. But “from clay of the Abzu Enki two emissaries fashioned, beings without blood, by death rays unharmed, to lower Abzu he sent them, Inanna to bring back. “Upon the corpse the clay emissaries a Pulsar and an Emitter directed, then the Water of Life on her they sprinkled, in her mouth, the Plant of Life they placed. Then the dead Inanna arose.” [ZS, Enki: 255]
Inanna took Dumuzi’s body to Sumer and mummified him so he could rejoin her bodily on Nibiru, since, she said, Nibiran gods live forever [ZS, Cosmic Code: 90, 96].
Enki begat Ziasudra with Batanash, wife of his Overseer of Iraq, Lu-Mach [Hardy, 2014: 6].
Enlil, enraged that Enki and Ninmah let Ziasudra rule Shuruppak, vowed Earthlings’ genocide.
Aztec legend cited in the Codex Boturini relates a Nibiran god “whose symbol was a seeing eye on an elliptical rod” guided four clans in boats” from Sumer to Guatemala. “The four clans trekked inland, split into several tribes. One, the Mexica, reached Tenochtilan.” Tenochtitlan means “‘The City of Enoch’– the son of Cain.” [ZS: Time: 261]
Uranus drifted away from the Sun and sped Nibiru toward Earth sooner than 3,600 years. As Nibiru flew by, Uranus caught Miranda, a moon of Nibiru. Miranda, now a moon of Uranus, circled it instead of Nibiru. Uranus sped Nibiru’s orbit to 3450 Earth years rather than 3600.
When Nibiru reached its most distant point [apogee] from Earth, the debris farthest from Nibiru–its 190 degree LaGrange point–created a sudden warming of Earth’s northern oceans. This LaGrange point’s nearing Earth, may’ve begun melting Earth’s ice. [Lloyd, Dark Star: 248] Or, Nibiru itself could’ve crossed between Mars and Jupiter. In any case, Earthlings’ living standard worsened and we regressed to living in caves and in the bush. Each generation’s life became poorer.
Enki begat Ziasudra with Batanash, wife of his Overseer Lu-Mach.
The Prime Creator sent Galzu with a computer file that diagrammed a submersible in which people could survive the Deluge that would come. Enki downloaded the file into Ziasudra’s wall-computer.
Galzu, center, guide’s Enki (left) to insert ME (computer disk) into Noah’s Wall Computer. Noah-Ziasdura’s on right.
Enki sent his “genetically pure” Nibiran son Ninagal to Ziasudra to guide the sub.
Nibiru perigee tore Nibiru’s gold shield, slid Antarctica’s Icecap into the sea and caused the Deluge.
Enki, Enlil, Ninurta, Ninmah waited out the Deluge in orbiting craft. Marduk, Sarpanit, and their sons Osiris and Seth sheltered on Marsbase with Igigi Commander, Shamgaz.
Nibiran Goldmining Expedition leaders got Enlil to rule through Ziasudra and Shem, Japhet and Ham–Ziasudra’s sons–and their descendants.
Enki and Ninmah recovered genetic starts from their diorite vault under Iraq’s mud.
The Anunnaki renewed our crops and beasts and built world-wide civilization with a base on Mars. Enlil, Enki, Inanna, Adad, Ninurta, Utu and Nannar in Sumer gave us urban societies, kingship, temples, priesthoods, festivals, beer, culinary recipes, art, music, musical instruments, musical notes, dance, writing and record keeping, medicines, textiles, and multicolored apparel. The plants, animals, guidance and knowledge they gave let us multiply. We built them magnificent temples and cities. To make the cities, they showed us brickmaking, taught us to make bronze implements. They let us help them build a new spaceport on the Sinai Peninsula.
Both Anunnaki factions—Enlil’s descendants and Enki’s—as well as our ancestors– renewed Earth’s crops and beasts. Cooperation, synergy, 1000 years of peace, a Satya Yuga.
The farming the gods taught us in Sumer “spread over the world from the Near Eastern mountains and highlands.” They gave us wheat and barley, then “millet, rye, spelt, flax (for fibers and edible oil), onions, lentils, beans, cucumbers, cabbage, lettuce, apples, apricots, cherries, pears, olives, figs, almonds, pistachios, walnuts, as well as tame dogs, geese, ducks, sheep, goats, and pigs.” They showed us how to weave fiber into cloth, make flour, bread, porridge, cakes, pastries, biscuits, yogurt, butter, cream, cheeses, beer and wine. They gave us “horned and hornless cattle for hides, meat, milk and wool.”
Ninurta introduced plows. First, we Earthlings pulled them, then cattle pulled the plows. The plows, plus Enki’s new grains, boosted our food-growing.
Anunnaki and their foremen helped us regulate the Nile. We made, as they directed, pastureland for herds of cows and goats.
Sumer had naphtha, asphalts and bitumens. They seeped above ground all over Mesopotamia. With naphtha, we surfaced roads, waterproofed boats and buildings. With it, we caulked, cemented, painted and molded. Sumer itself lacked raw ores to make metals, but we exchanged naphtha for ore. The Anunnaki gave us “extensive international trade routes.” They gave the wheel, carts and chariots. [ZS, 12th Planet: 6 – 9; Wars: 125]
They gave us a mathematical system–sexagesimal–that initiated the circle of 360 degrees, timekeeping that divided day/night into 12 double hours, a luni-solar calendar of 12 months intercalated with a thirteenth leap month. They gave geometry, distance measurement units, units of weight and capacity. They gifted us with astronomy–planetary, star, constellation and zodiacal knowledge. They bestowed law codes and courts of law on us. They gave us transportation networks, customs stations and even taxes on us. [ZS, Giants: 58, 70]
Enlil, his sons and his grandchildren ruled Sumer. Enlil’s granddaughter Inanna ruled Elan in the southeast. His youngest son, Adad, ruled the Taurus Mountains, Asia Minor the northwest and the Landing Platform at Lebanon. Ninurta reigned in the highlands. Nannar got Canaan and Syria; Utu commanded Sinai. Enlil kept Nippur, Sumer’s center, and there stored his computer programs, “Tablets of Destinies” and the “Command and Control Center for Earth to off-planet communication, as well as the Bond Heaven-Earth in his high-rise stepped pyramid. In Nippur, Enlil had Earthlings built schools of science and scribing as well as a library with 30,000 inscribed clay tablets. [ZS, Wars: 125; Giants: 67 – 69]
Each Anunnaki walled his sacred precincts, “each with a skyscraping ziggurat [stepped pyramid]. The ziggurats rose in several steps (usually seven) to 90 meters. Built of two kinds of mud brick sun-dried for highrise cores and kiln- burned for extra strength for stairways, exteriors, and overhangings, they bonded with bitumen as mortar.”
Enlil ordered a new rocket terminal at Sinai (Arabian Peninsula), for craft to freight gold to Nibiru. He told Enki and his lineage to build the new terminal, Mission Control and guidance facilities in a mountain-like Great Pyramid he’d have built at Giza, near the Nile at the 30th Parallel.
“Although the Sinai Peninsula and the Giza pyramids were supposedly neutral under Ninmah, Enki and the Enkiites” intended to control Sinai. Whoever ran the Giza Pyramid and Sinai, controlled “space activities, the comings and goings of the ‘gods,’ the vital supply link to and from Nibiru.”
From 10,000 on, Enki’s sons Marduk and Ningishzidda assisted Enki, as did his descendants Shu, Tefnut, Geb and Nut. “The secret plans of the Great Pyramid were in the hands of Ningishzidda.” [ZS, Wars: 149-155]
Viracocha [Adad-Ishkar] gathered the descendants of Ka-in who survived the Deluge atop the Andes. He had them build palaces there for him and his Overseers. Viracocha readied couples he chose to start an empire they’d rule from Cuzco. [ZS, Time: 247]
In Sumer, Ninurta built dams and drained floodwaters into rivers.
In Africa, Enki (now called Ptah) reclaimed the Nile Basin. He moved to Elephantine (Abu) Island near Aswan (Syene). From Abu, he ruled Egypt. His Earthlings built dams, dykes and tunnels. They controlled the Nile’s flowto the Mediterranean.
Enki then abdicated in Egypt. He gave Marduk, (now Ra) rule of Egypt and its Earthlings.
Enki divvied the rest of Africa among his other sons. Nergal got southern Africa. Enki kept Gibil (whom he’d taught metalworking) in north Africa’s mining region and gave Ninagal the Great Lakes and headwaters of the Nile. Enki gave the grazing region, further north (Sudan) to his youngest son, Dumuzi.
Ningishzidda built new Sinai Spaceport with controls on Mt. Moriah, the Jerusalem to-be.
Marduk gave rule of the Nile lands successively to brother-sister ruling pairs–Shu and Tefnut, then their children, Geb and Nut. In Egypt Geb and Nut had four children–Osiris, Isis, Seth and Nephtys. In some versions, Isis and Nephtys were Shamgaz’s daughters whom Osiris and Seth married. Osiris took Isis; Seth, Nephys. Seth and Shamgaz allied. [ ZS, Enki: 243- 244.]
In another version, Isis and Nephtys were Geb’s daughters. Osiris took Seth’s half-sister Isis as his spouse. This blocked Seth’s chances to have his descendants rule Egypt. Seth then married Nephys, his full sister.” The full siblingship of Seth and Neptys disqualified their offspring from rule. [ZS, Enki: 243 – 244.]
Osiris and Isis lived near Marduk in the northern lowlands of Lower Egypt. Seth and Nephtys settled in southern Upper Egypt’s mountains, near Shamgaz’s villa and the Lebanon Landing Platform. Shamgaz and Nephtys told Seth that while Osiris lived he and the Igigi would lack good fiefs on Earth. Osiris, said Shamaz, will succeed Marduk and rule of the fertile lower Nile. Only Upper Egypt for you and the Igigi.” [ZS, Enki: 243 – 244.]
So Seth, Nephtys and Shamgaz decided to kill Osiris.
Shamgaz and Seth invited him to an Igigi and Royals banquet honoring Aso, Ethiopia’s visiting Queen. Shamgaz drugged Osiris’s wine. When Osiris passed out, Seth sealed him in a coffin which the conspirators tossed in the sea. “Now,” said Seth, “I, as Marduk’s sole surviving descendant on Earth, rule all Egypt.”
Isis, Sarpanit and Marduk retrieved Osiris’s coffin from the water. Marduk wanted Seth dead for killing Osiris but Enki forbade this.
Enki extracted semen from Osiris’s corpse and Isis inseminated herself with it. “I carry Osiris’ son,” she said. “Our son, not Seth, shall rule Lower Egypt.” [Later versions say Thoth-Ningishzidda revived and restored Osiris.] In any case, Isis hid and bore Horus (Horon) to fight Seth and avenge Osiris. Shamgaz and the astronauts ignored Isis. Isis raised Horus to kill Seth and avenge Osiris.
The Igigi extended their estates and their Earthling armies from Lebanon all the way to the edge of Ninmah’s neutral Jerusalem region. They advanced toward the Interplanetary Landing Zone on Sinai.
In Upper Egypt, Gibil tutored Horus to manhood. Gibil taught Horus to pilot aircraft, made multi-headed missiles for him and taught him and his Earthlings to smelt iron and make iron weapons.
Horus’ army marched on Sinai. Seth, rather than face Horus’s better-armed army, dared Horus to an air battle.
Horus flew his fighter toward Seth, who hit him with a poison dart missile. Ningishzidda gave Horus an antidote and a “blinding weapon.” Horus hit Seth with the weapon, then with a missile called “the harpoon.” Blind, Seth crashed, his testicles squashed; Horus bound him and dragged him before the Council.
Though Enlil’s Council had reserved Canaan Enlilites and their Earthlings, Enlil let Seth settle there. The Council had ordered Enkiite Nibirans and Earthlings descended from Noah’s son Ham restricted to Africa, but the Ham-ites defied the Council and occupied Canaan. The Council let Seth live among these Enkiites. Seth soon ruled Canaan.
Seth’s rule in Canaan meant Enkiites controlled the Giza Spacecraft Marker-Pyramid, the control tower and runways on Sinai, and the new Mission Control Jerusalem.
Marduk ordered the face of Osiris replace Ninghzidda’s on the stone lion fronting the Great Pyramid.
Inanna and Enlilites defeated Enkiites and Marduk’s Earthlings armies to stop their march on Sinai. Marduk gave metal weapons to his Earthling armies; he advanced on Sinai. Ninurta and Inanna launched their planes armed with solar, sonar and explosive weapons of mass destruction. They destroyed Marduk’s armies.
Marduk, Enki, Nergal and Horon retreated to the Great Pyramid.
Ninurta and Inanna broke in. Ninurta captured the Enkiite leaders, Inanna pursued Marduk to avenge Dumuzi.
Inanna knew Marduk made Dumuzi die–though Marduk blamed an “evil emissary.” With techno-weapons, she chased Marduk, who ran through the chambers of the Great Pyramid. Marduk messaged King Anu who beamed Inanna. The King told her 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 him. They sentenced Marduk to die slowly with air but no food or water in the King’s Chamber of the Pyramid and sealed him in. He lapsed into unconsciousness.
Anu had Ningishzidda save Marduk. Marduk’s wife Sarpanit and son Nabu beamed Anu to save him. Anu heeded Sarpanit. Marduk, Anu reflected, carried his (Anu’s) genes through an unbroken line of royal men–Anu, Enki, then Marduk. Anu transmitted, “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).
Ninurta took weapons, energy generators and control panels as well as communication devices from the Pyramid.
Ninmah convened a peace conference. Enki accepted Enlil’s conditions of peace; Enki replaced Marduk-Ra with Ningishzidda-Thoth as Nile Ruler.
Inanna objected. She said that she, not Thoth, should rule Egypt, since her fiancé Dumuzi, whom Marduk had killed, would’ve followed Marduk to Egypt’s crown and she then should get Egypt since Dumuzi died. But Enlil overruled his feisty granddaughter and gave Egypt to Ningishzidda instead of her.
Enlil also defied Ninmah’s plea to give command of the Sinai Mission Control Center at Jerusalem to their son Ninurta. Instead, Enlil, favored Nannar-Sin, his son with his wife Ninlil. Enlil gave Canaan to Nannar and Jerusalem to Nannar’s son, Utu-Shamash.
Thoth built Heliopolis as beacon city whose obelisks replaced the gug stone Ninurta took from the Giza Pyramid.
The Igigi reserved Jerico, where they built an advanced urban town, for themselves and their hybrid offspring. [ZS, Wars, 182 -184]
The Anunnaki showed us to reinforce bricks—fire them with chopped reeds in a kiln. With the bricks, we paved roads. With the strengthened bricks, we raised highrises and temples. With the kilns, we forged pottery cups, bowls, plates and storage urns. The kilns gave “intense but controllable temperatures without dust or ashes. The Nibirans showed us how to make paints, pigments, pottery glazes and artificial lapis lazuli. They had us mass-produce bronze tool and weapons. Via kiln-metallurgy, they led us to coins, then to banking.
Earthlings regressed, abandoned villages and stopped making pottery.
Anu and his wife Antu landed at Tilmun. Enki, Enlil and Ninmah–Anu’s three children–greeted them. “At each other they looked, aging to examine: though greater in shars [Nibiru’s orbits of Solaris] were the parents, younger than the children they looked. The two sons [Enki and Enlil] looked old and bearded; Ninmah, once a beauty, was bent and wrinkled.” [ZS, Enki: 268]
Enlil told Anu “Enki was withholding from the other gods [i.e.,the Enlilites] the ‘Divine Formulas’–[information devices called MEs], for the hundred aspects of civilization. Only for his Earthlings at Eridu does Enki the MEs employ.” Anu ruled, “Divine Formulas, Enki, with other gods share, so urban centers establish they can. Civilization to all Sumer grant.” [ZS,Wars: 193-194]
“I dreamed,” Enki said,“your Plenpotentiary, Galzu, gave me plans for Ziusudra’s boat. I woke and kicked a stone tablet with boat plans engraved.”
Puzzled, Anu said, “Never did I send a secret plenipotentiary to Earth.”
Enki and Enlil exclaimed, “On account of Galzu Ziusudra and the seed of life were saved. On account of Galzu on Earth we remained. The day you to Nibiru return, you shall die’ so did Galzu to us say.’
“Incredulous of that was Anu, ‘the change in cycles [between Earth and Nibiru] indeed havoc did cause, but with elixirs cured it was.’”
‘Whose emissary, if not yours was Galzu?’ Enki and Enlil in unison said. ‘Who the Earthlings to save wanted, who on Earth made us stay?’
Anu said, “While fates we decreed, the hand of destiny at every step directed. The will of the Creator of All is: on Earth and for Earthlings, only emissaries are we. The Earth to the Earthlings belong, to preserve and advance them we were intended. Whatever Destiny for the Earth and Earthlings, let it so be. If Mankind, not Anunnaki, to inherit the Earth is destined, let us destiny help. Give Mankind knowledge, up to a measure secrets of heaven and Earth them teach, laws of justice and righteousness teach them, then depart and leave.” [ZS, Enki: 271,275]
Enlil, Anu, Ninmah and Enki decided: “Cities of Man to establish, therein sacred precincts abodes for the Anunnaki create. Kingship as on Nibiru on Earth establish, crown and scepter to a chosen man give, by him the word of the Anunnaki to the people convey, work and dexterity to enforce; in the sacred precinctsa priesthood to establish, the Anunnaki as lofty lords to serve and worship. Secret knowledge to be taught, civilization to Mankind convey.” [ZS, Enki, 271- 272; Giants: 127]
Earthlings learned the palace-servant duties religious rituals memorialize to this day. “Serving meat became burnt offerings, the table became an altar. Carrying the local Anunnaki ruler on a dias became a procession of statues. Anunnaki palaces became temples.” [Freer, Sapiens Arising]
Anu decreed four regions, three–Sumer, Egypt and Africa, and Indus Valley.
Region 1: Enlilites’: Enlil and his lineage named kings, men descended from Ziusudra’s sons, Shem and Japhet the Fair, through whom they ruled Sumer. Shem, and his successors ran nations from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean. Shem’ s descendants settled the ex-spaceport area of Iraq and the Landing Place at Lebanon. Japhet’s issue ruled lands in Asia Minor, the Black and Caspian Sea areas, as well as the nearby coasts and islands, as they recovered from the flood.
Region 2: Enkiites’: Anu said Enki and his descendants ruled Egypt and Africa though successors of Ziusudra’s son Ham the Dark. Ham’s line ruled Canaan, Cush, Mizra’im, Nubia, Ethiopia, Egypt, and Libya. They spread from the highlands to the reclaimed lowlands.
Region 3: Inanna’s: Inanna would rule the Indus Valley (to settle around 2800 B.C.) as a grain-source for the other regions.
Region 4: Ninmah’s: she reigned in The fourth region, Tilmun (Sinai). Anu reserved Sinai for Nibirans and their descendants. [ZS, Wars: 129-135; Enki: 271- 272]
Anu bedded Inanna. “Anu to his great-granddaughter Inanna took a liking; he drewher closely, he hugged and kissed her.” At Anu’s temple at Uruk, Sumer’s sacred precinct, Anu’s wife, Antu, taught Inanna tantric sexual meditations and howto channel the sexual energy she and Anu would share to elevate their whole clan. Then Antu ritually gave Inanna to Anu. Antu and the Nibiran elite meditated outside the love-chamber as Anu and Inanna coupled. Antu and the Nibiran royals shared ecstasy, epiphany and satori. “The sexual experience was a merging of energies which enhanced the creative powers of both partners and the aggregate of their race.” [ZS, Enki: 273]
Anu renamed his great granddaughter Inanna, “Anu’s Beloved;” She’d been “Irnini” before this. He’d bed her whenever he visited Earth. The King gave her the temple where they loved and the skyship he’d use to survey Earth. Inanna, he said, would run Uruk’s temple through a priest/king, the son of her brother Utu with an Earthling.
Earthlings paved Uruk with “limestone blocks brought from mountains fifty miles to the East.” They erected a thick, six-mile long wall around Uruk’s living quarters and Inanna’s temple. [ZS, Encounters: 166-176; Giants: 75]
Anu and Antu flew (In the skyship he’d leave to Inanna) with Ninurta to the Tiahuanaco temple, observatory and metallurgy (tin) works Ninurta’d built. The King saw the Spaceport on the 200-square mile Pampa plain below where, on the runway, “Anu and Antu’s celestial chariot stood ready, with gold to the brim it was loaded.”
Anu pardoned Marduk, left for Nibiru. He ordered Marduk from exile in North America to Tiahuanaco. Marduk and Nabu came to the King and told him Sarpanit died. Anu pardoned Marduk and commuted his exile.
After Anu and Antu flewback to Nibiru, Marduk raged. Inanna, he said, used her sexual access to the king to make him think Marduk had ordered Dumuzi run to death. Now, Marduk whined, Anu, gave Inanna the Indus Basin, as well as Uruk. Enlil noted Marduk’s attitude and told Adad to guard the Enlilite South American facilities from Marduk while the other Nibiran Earth Mission leaders returned to Sumer.
Ninurta asked Enki at Eridu for computer programs (MEs) he needed for a city. When Enki temporized, Ninurta got King Anu to order Enki give Ninurta the MEs. With the MEs, Ninurta had his Earthlings create Kishi, the first city an Earthling king he appointed ruled. Then Ninurta had his men build Lagash, a city with a hangar for his aircraft, an armory for his missiles and a temple-home for himself and his wife, Bau.
Ninmah reigned for Nibirans and their descendants in Sinai.
Ninurta asked Enki at Eridu for computer programs (MEs) he needed for a city. When Enki temporized, Ninurta got King Anu to order Enki give Ninurta the MEs. With the MEs, Ninurta had his Earthlings create Kishi, the first city an Earthling king he appointed ruled. Then Ninurta had his men build Lagash, a city with a hangar for his aircraft, an armory for his missiles and a temple-home for himself and his wife, Bau.
Inanna fumed while male Enlilite Royals built cities in Sumer. “While the domain of her own she demanded. ‘The Third Region [Indus Valley] after the second one will come, her leaders thus assured her.” [ZS, Enki: 275 -279; Journeys: 206; ZS, Lost Realms: 255]
Inanna seduced Enki for Uruk’s master programs, the City Planning MEs. She wanted a city complex, like Ninurta’s at Kishi, built around her temple at Uruk. Ninurta’d built Kishi with fifty MEs–programs for math, smithing, pottery as well as making beer, pottery, wagons wheels and law–Enki gave him. Enki released the MEs “to benefit mankind, step by step.” Inanna, too, needed Enki to give her MEs too. She flirted with him at his villa on the Persian Gulf.
She coveted MEs for weaponry, statecraft, mathematics, writing, metallurgy, masonry, arts, courts. He could thrill her with advanced sexual practices too. She visited him at his palace in southeast Africa, got him drunk, seduced him. He gave her the MEs. She slipped them to her pilot to take back to Uruk. Enki sobered, captured her, locked her up at Eridu and tried to get the MEs back.
Enlil flew to Eridu. Inanna shouted, “By right the MEs I obtained, Enki in my hand placed them! So did Inanna to Enlil say; the truth Enki meekly admitted.” [ZS, Enki: 281]
Inanna choose Sumer’s first King, the Lugal. He spoke for the gods to the Earthlings. 23 successive Lugals ruled Sumer for 24,510 years. Lugals shifted venue from Ninurta’s Kishi to Inanna’s Uruk, then to Akad. When Enlil ordered kingship moved to Uruk, Inanna launched the MEs she’d seduced from Enki. She made Uruk a mighty city state and made Enmerkar (son of and successor to her nephew) its ruler.
Enlil named the era, his, “Age of the Bull.” He had his sons and grandsons declare themselves and other Nibirans descendants “gods.” Mixed Nibirans and Earthlings were demigods, who would direct Earthlings to build temples and cities to serve the gods. He ranked the gods. His father, King Anu, he ranked 60. He numbered himself and his successor, Ninurta, 50s. Enlil ranked Enki 40, Ninghzidda 52, Nannar, 30. Nannar’s son Utu ranked 20, Utu’s sister Inanna, 15.
Utu, from rebuilt Sippar, home of Sumer’s Supreme Court, and made laws for the Earthlings. Nannar ruled the city of Urim. Adad returned from the Andes to a temple in the mountains north of Sumer. Marduk and Nabu moved to Enki’s place in Eridu. [ZS, Encounters: 68; Enki: 275-278]
Enlilites introduced schools and taught Earthlings to write and print on clay; how to find, extract, transport, refine and alloy minerals. Through their kings’ administrations Enlil’s sons introduced silver money so Earthlings could buy and sell.
“Sumerian cities were highly organized, with central government and social class structures. Each city was populated by up to 10,000 people, rising to 50,000 by 2700 B.C. Agriculture still took the majority of workers, but created stable food so other citizens could work as masons, bakers, weavers and tradesmen overseen by municipal bureaucracy.”
Kings had assemblies frame laws and choose court justices. “Procedings, judgements and contracts were recorded. Justices acted like juries. A court was three or four judges, one a professional, the others drawn from a panel of thirty-six men.”
Earthling kings learned to “carry out major construction work with architectural plans, organize and feed huge labor forces, flatten land, raise mounds, mold bricks, transport stones, bring rare metals from afar, cast metal and shape utensils. Sumerians built many types of ships, some able “to reach faraway lands in search of metals, rare woods and stones.” [Lloyd, Dark Star: 33; ZS, 12th Planet:12- 49]
Enlil’s Sons and grandsons gave Sumer assemblies, courts, schools, writing, printing, prospecting, mining, road- and ship building in a petrol-fueled money economy.
Though “Sumer was the heartland of the Enlilite territories,” Enlil decreed the Eridu on Sumer’s south edge belonged forever to Enki and Marduk. In 3460 B.C. Marduk developed Eridu into a base, Babylon, in Sumer at Babylon on the Euphrates River “between rebuilt Nippur (the pre-Deluvial Mission Control) and Sippar (the pre-Deluvial spaceport).”
Babylon, Marduk planned, would serve as “Mission control and Spaceport.” He named the place, Bab-Ili, “Gateway of the gods”–a place where Nibirans could take off and land. He had Babylon Earthlings built a “tower whose head shall reach the heavens–a launch tower.” [ZS, End: 22]
Marduk’s Igigi allies who’d seized Earthlings at Marduk’s wedding, ran great fiefs in Lebanon and Sumer. Their estates and the number of their Earthlings grew as the Igigi bred with each generation. Marduk’s son Nabu gathered Earthlings and Marduk taught them to make bricks for his spaceport. With his own launch tower at Babylon, he’d challenge the Sinai Spaceport Utu ran.“This evil plan must be stopped, ” roared Ninurta.
Enlil ordered Marduk to quit the project peacefully, but Marduk defied him and built his tower. Enlil decreed, “Marduk an unpermitted Gateway to Heaven is building, to Earthlings he is entrusting. If we let this happen, no other matter of Mankind shall be unreached.”
Ninurta bombed the tower and Marduk’s camp at Babylon.
Marduk fled to Enki’s other domain on the Nile. The Enlilites scattered Marduk’s Earthlings and programmed them to different languages and scripts. [ZS, Encounters:110- 115; Enki: 281- 282]
Nibiru, as it reached perigee at the edge of the Kuiper Comet Belt, caused solar flares and severe heating on Earth.
Marduk returned to Egypt and ousted Ningishzidda. “When Marduk, after a long absence, to the Land of the Two Narrows [Egypt] returned, Ningishzidda as its master he there found. With the aid of offspring of the Anunnaki who Earthlings espoused did Ningishzidda the land oversee, what Marduk had once planned and instructed by Ningishzidda was overturned.” For the next 350 years, Marduk and Ningishzidda clashed over Egypt. Finally, Enki, their father, ordered Ningishzidda to leave Egypt to Marduk.
Marduk reunited Egypt. He 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.
Marduk rewrote Egyptian history. He demoted Ningishzidda to “the Divine Measurer.”
Pharaohs yearned to live forever; Marduk said if they proved loyal, he’d mummify and rocket them to Nibiru to share eternity. Thus tempted, the pharaohs fought to unite Egypt against Inanna and the Enilites.
In Peru, atop the Andes, Ningishzidda designed a spaceport and tin and gold- processing plants for Adad-Viracocha. [ZS, Time: 310,322-323; Enki: 84-285]
Ningishzidda moved on to his realms in Central America and brought some of his Olmec stonemasons and Sumerian foremen from there to build Stonehenge observatory in England. After he finished Stonehenge, he returned to Mesoamerica. He built planetariums throughout Mexico and Central America and gave Mayans their calendar to correlate with lines of sight built into the observatories he built for them.
Ningishzidda and his men helped Adad design observatories and smelting facilities at Tiahuanaco atop the Andes. [ZS, Time: 296]
Inanna ruled Harrapa and Mohenjo Daro in the Indus Valley, Uruk in Sumer and Virgo in the heavens.
The Enlilite Council made the star group “Virgo,” hithertofor Ninmah’s constellation, into Inanna’s and replaced Ninmah with Inanna on the Council too. The Council also named the star group “The Twins” after Inanna and Utu.
“In the eastern lands, beyond even seven mountain ranges, was the Third Region, Zamush, Land of Sixty Precious Stones, was its highland called. Aratta [Harappa] the Wooded Realm, was in the valley of a meandering great river [Indus] located. In the great plain did the people cultivate crops of grains and horned cattle herd. There too two cities with mud bricks they built, with granaries they were filled.” Inanna appointed an Earthling Shepherd-Chief (descended from Dumuzi) King of Aratta. [ZS, Enki: 286 – 287]
Igigi followed Inanna to Indus Valley. Inanna roamed “the lands and took a liking to the people who in the upper plain of the two rivers dwelt. They were the Igigi who descended to Earth from heaven from Lahmu (Mars). The Igigi Aryans moved east, following Inanna [they called her Ishtar] to the Indus Valley [Aratta] and laid the foundation for the Indo-European culture.” [Tellinger, Slave Species: 499]
Enlil ordered Enki to craft a new language and script for Aratta. Enki wrote the language but refused MEs for Aratta to make Inanna a world power. He said she could share with Aratta the MEs she’d already gotten from him for Uruk.
Inanna shuttled in her skyship between Aratta and Uruk. But “what to Inanna was entrusted she neglected, other domains, not to her granted, in her heart she coveted. By Inanna was the bitter end started, Marduk as Ra with Destiny tangled.” [ZS, Enki: 291]
Her second ruler in Uruk, Enmerkar (Utu’s grandson and an Earthling) sent an emissary to the Arattan King with a written message to Aratta. In the message, Enmerkar demanded Aratta swear feality to Uruk, but the Arattan King couldn’t read the Sumerian writing.
After ten years, Enmerkar told Utu to have Nisaba, the astronauts’ scribe, teach him Arattan script. When he’d learned it, Enmerkar sent his son, Banda The Short, to Aratta with a message in Arattan: “Submit or War!”
The Aratta King wrote back that he’d prefer trade–Aratta’s precious stones for the MEs of Uruk, or if Enmerkar insisted on war, let one champion of Aratta and one of Uruk fight to settle the war.
“On the way back, carrying the peace message, Banda fell sick; his spirit left him. His comrades raised his neck, without the breath of life it was. On Mount Hurmu, on the way from Aratta, to his death was Banda abandoned”. So the peace message never reached. Utu, Inanna’s brother, however, revived Banda. [ZS, Enki: 287-289]
“Journeying between Unug-ki and Aratta, Inanna restless and ungratified was, for her Dumuzi she still mourned, her love’s desire unquenched remained. When she flew about, in the sunrays Dumuzi’s image she saw shimmering and beckoning.” In her dreams and visions, Dumuzi told her he’d return and share with her the “Land of the Two Narrows [Egypt].” [ZS, Enki: 291]
In Uruk, “A House for Nighttime Pleasure she established. To this young heroes, on the night of their weddings, with sweet words she lured: long life, a blissful future to them she promised; that her lover Dumuzi was she imagined.” But each one in the morning in her bed was found dead.”
Utu revived Banda, who returned to Uruk. Inanna saw Banda as Dumuzi. “‘A miracle!’ excited Inanna shouted. ‘My beloved Dumuzi to me came back!’ In her abode Banda was bathed. ‘Dumuzi, my beloved! she called him. To her bed, with flowers bedecked, she lured him. When in the morning Banda was alive, Inanna shouted: ‘The power of dying in my hands was placed, immortality by me is granted.’ Then to call herself a goddess Inanna decided, the Power of Immortality it implied.” [ZS, Enki: 292]
Banda succeeded his father, Enmerkar, as King of Uruk. Banda married Ninsun, Enki’s daughter with Ninmah, who bore Gilgamesh. Gilgamesh oppressed the people of his city; he insisted on sex with brides before their grooms could couple with them.
Enki created Enkidu, an android, to tame Gilgamesh and sent the tantric practitioner Shamhat to tame him. Gilgamesh and Enkidu fought, then became best friends. Gilgamesh went with Enkidu to the rocketpad at Baalbek to plead with the gods for a rocket to Nibiru for immortality he thought they enjoyed. In Lebanon, near Inanna’s home, Gilgamesh and Enkidu tracked Enlil’s security robot to the launchpad. As they watched a rocket launch, Inanna, from her plane, saw them smash Enlil’s robot. “At the entrance to the Cedar Forest its fire-belching monster their way blocked. To pieces it they broke.”
“Watching Gilgamesh take off his clothes, bathe and groom himself, glorious Ishtar [Inanna] raised an eye at the beauty of Gilgamesh. “Come, Gilgamesh, be thou my lover. Grant me the fruit of thy love!” But he declined and insulted her. She, enraged, demanded Anu release the guard-bull at the launchpad. Anu complied. The bull charged Gilgamesh and Enkidu but Gilgamesh stabbed it while Enkidu held it. When Enkidu died of illness, Enlil inflicted on him for destroying his robot, Gilgamesh grieved his friend. Then Gilgamesh went to the spaceport in Sinai for a plant to let him live forever.
In a tunnel in Sinai he met Enki’s son, Ziusudra, still alive all these centuries. “Ziusudra to Gilgamesh the secret of longliving he revealed a plant in the garden’s well was growing, Ziusudra and his spouse from getting old it prevented.” Enki, with Enlil’s permission, said Ziusudra, granted Gilgamesh this plant too. But when Gilgamesh got the plant, a snake snatched it from him. As a last resort, he begged Enlil to grant him immortality.
“On Gilgamesh’s deathbed, Utu told him Enlil wouldn’t grant him eternal life. Gilgamesh was consoled by promises to retain in Nether World the company of ‘his beloved wife, son, concubine, musicians, entertainers, cupbearer, valet, caretakers and palace attendants who served him.’” Undertakers brought his body to the royal cemetery of Ur. They drugged his friends and attendants in his burial chamber, then killed them. This “accompanied burial” gave “an extraordinary privilege to Gilgamesh, two- thirds of him divine, as compensation for not gaining the immortality of the gods.” [ZS, Encounters: 132 -172; Giants, 311 – 312, 339 (citing S. Kramer’s translation of cuneiform text, The Death of Gilgamesh)]
Nibirans shipped and flew Black Olmec managers across the Atlantic to Mexico [ZS, Time: 300]
The Enlilite leaders wanted a [“hybrid demigod”] war-king to unify the First Region fiefs and block Marduk’s threat to their squabbling temple-cities. “To Inanna, of Marduk the adversary, the task of the right man to find they entrusted.” [ZS, Enki: 30]
Inanna choose her gardener, Sargon, as the Akkadian warrior king to lead her armies and Sumer. Nannar had fathered both Sargon and Inanna. Sargon rose from gardener to king when he raped her and she liked it. Enlil ratified Sargon–who had Enlilite genes–as Sumer’s king.
Sargon began his rise when he saw Inanna snooze in his garden. “He bent over her perfect face and lightly, then, as she–half awake–responded, kissed her savagely. He entered her as she opened her eyes and her eyes shone with pleasure.” She declared Sargon her lover. Inanna repeatedly joined powerful aggressive men to lead her armies.
Inanna & Sargon conquered all Sumer. They built their capital, Agade in Akkad (near Babylon). They subdued all Sumer except Lagash, her Uncle Ninurta’s fief. She led Sargon’s army through Luristan in the Zagros Mountains. With the army and her mass-killing weapons, she and Sargon united Sumer. They spread spoken and written-on-clay Akkadian all over Sumer and spawned the Semitic languages (including Hebrew and Arabic). [ZS, Wars: 10 -11]
Inanna & Sargon conquered Sumer.
While Marduk built an army in Egypt, Sargon invaded Marduk’s empty stronghold, Babylon. To show his disdain for Marduk, the king planted in Agade an urn he’d filled with Babylon’s soil. Sargon “took away the soil for another Gateway to the Gods [Tower to Launch Rockets to Nibiru].” Inanna would build her own launch site and take interplanetary power. [ZS, Giants: 270]
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!
“Inanna’s fury no boundaries knew; with her weapons on Marduk’s followers death she inflicted. The blood of people, as never before on Earth, like rivers flowed.” Inanna and Marduk both loosed lasers on each other’s Earthling armies.
“While Inanna remained gorgeous and enticing, Sargon began to age and drink too much. Inanna watched as the man she once loved passionately crumbled into a pathetic drunk afflicted by insomnia, haunted by demons.” In the end, Marduk’s minions besieged Sargon and he died cursing Inanna [Ferguson, “Inanna Returns,” in Heaven and Earth, ZS, Ed.: 97]
The Anunnaki Council told Nergal to restore their water and disarm Marduk and Babylon. Nergal and his retinue of black Earthlings left Kuth for Babylon. En route, he visited Inanna in Uruk.
Nergal allied himself with her against Marduk. Marduk ran Egypt, north of Nergal’s and Ereshkigal’s realm in South Africa. 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.
When Nergal left Inanna, he and his Blacks continued to Babylon, where Marduk greeted them. Nergal promised him, if he’d leave Babylon for South Africa, he’d get weapons and computers, including “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’d flood, crops’d 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. [ZS,Wars: 252-254]
When Marduk left Babylon for South Africa, Nergal broke into the Babylon control room, destroyed the watering program and seized the radiation source that ran Sumer’s water. Fields and canals dried-out, parts of Sumer flooded.
Enki ordered Nergal back to Africa, but Nergal left his men in Elam, near Babylon, to aid Inanna. She then publicly, “to defy the authority of Anu and Enlil, abrogated their rules and regulations and declared herself Supreme Queen.”[Ancient text,Queen of all the MEs; ZS,Wars: 254]
“In the First Region, Enlil and Ninurta absent were, to the lands beyond the oceans Inanna and Nergal went; In the Second Region, Ra was away, as in other lands he traveled. Her chance in her hands to seize all powers Inanna envisioned.” [ZS, Enki: 303]
Inanna, Naram-Sin (Sargon’s grandson) and the Akkadian armies captured Baalbek, the Landing Platform in Lebanon. They dashed along the Mediterranean coast for the Sinai Spaceport and inland for Mission Control, Jerusalem. Akkadians crossed the forbidden Forth Region, taboo to Earthlings (across the Jordan from Tell Ghassul, the private city of the Igigi Astronauts’ and their Earthling wives).
Inanna and the Akkadians conquered Jerico. Nannar, her father lost Jerico. Now Jerico obeyed her.
Inanna’s armies, under Naram-Sin, joined Nergal’s Kuthians, and conquered Egypt.
Inanna, Naram-Sin (Sargon’s grandson) and the Akkadian armies captured the Lebanon Landing Platform and won Jerico, the private city of the Igigi astronauts’ and their Earthling wives.
Inanna recaptured Uruk, destroyed Anu’s temple there and sent Naram-Sin to attack Enlil’s minions at Nippur. She declared herself supreme to even Anu, King of Nibiru and father of Enlil, her father’s father.
In Sumer, only Ninurta’s city, Lagash [Tello],”beyond the reach of Inanna’s ambitions” and “protected by the best-trained soldiers in the land” held out against Inanna and Naram-Sin [ZS, Giants: 274].
Enlil sent Ninurta with cavalry and an army of Gutians (from the Zagros Mountains of northeast Sumer) to kill all Earthlings in Akkad/Agade. Gutians wasted most of Sumer; they spared only Ninurta’s city, Lagash.
Enlil had agents plant a scorpion to kill Naram-Sin for his attack on Nippur. Enlil also ordered Inanna arrested but Nannar and Ningal, her parents, gave her sanctuary. Then she flew to Nergal’s Lower Africa. For seven years, she and Nergal plotted to overthrow Enlil and his Council.
The Gutians left Sumer, returned to the Zagros Mountains.
Ninurta restored Elilite power and enforced a century of peace for Sumer. Ninurta fixed Sumer’s water system and the controls Nergal had ruined in Babylon. Ninurta’s Kings in Lagash “prohibited abuse of official powers, ‘taking away’ a widow’s donkey” and withholding day-workers’ wages. The kings had to maintain communal buildings and irrigation and transportation canals. Ninurta declared First Fruits and other festivals for the whole populace. He and his kings encouraged Earthlings to read and write. [ZS,Wars: 262- 64; Giants: 274]
Ninurta’s Lagash Eninnu touted Enlilite rule. He consolidated the Enlilite rule in Sumer and made it last another 200 years. He welcomed Ningishzidda to Lagash and had him design bunkers for his new aircraft, Black Bird, whose firepower made it invincible in Sumer. Ningishzidda drew two bunkers, one for Ninurta’s Black Bird and one for Ninurta’s “Awesome Weapon.” Ningishzidda built an observatory next to the bunkers. The top of the domed observatory measured “star and planetary positions after nightfall. Ninurta named the temple “E.Ninnu–House/Temple of Fifty”, affirming himself as the “next Enlil with the Rank of Fifty, just below Anu’s.”
Ninurta’s Lagash Eninnu touted Enlilite rule. He consolidated the Enlilite rule in Sumer and made it last another 200 years. He welcomed Ningishzidda to Lagash and had him design bunkers for his new aircraft, Black Bird, whose firepower made it invincible in Sumer. Ningishzidda drew two bunkers, one for Ninurta’s Black Bird and one for Ninurta’s “Awesome Weapon.” Ningishzidda build an observatory next to the bunkers. The top of the domed observatory measured “star and planetary positions after nightfall. Ninurta named the temple “E.Ninnu–House/Temple of Fifty,” affirming himself as the “next Enlil with the Rank of Fifty, just below Anu’s.”
Egypt split into Marduk’s south, his rivals’ north.
New Year’s dedication, Ninurta bestowed “immortality” on Gudea, Lagash’s demigod/king who’d supervised construction.
“In the forecourt were two stone circles to determine constellations at the moment of sunrise on equinox day,” March 20/21 and September 22/23. The equinoxes marked Zodiac Time based on the varied time-lengths star groups rose on the horizon on equinoxes, which Ninurta touted. Zodiac Time stretched his rule of Sumer longer than Celestial Time, based on twelve equal intervals. The observatory’s sight-lines would show the Sun crossing the line of Earth’s orbit (ecliptic) from the zone of The Bull for the next 200 years.
“The Bull,” Ninurta told Ningishzidda, “proclaims Commander Enlil and me, his Champion and Successor. While the sun rises in The Bull, Enlil–through me–rules Earth.” [ZS, End of Days: 40-49; Giants: 276]
In Egypt, Marduk’s spy said. “Ninurta finished the E.Ninnu.” “Curse his Observatory. Earth,” Marduk shouted, “must honor Celestial Time, not the Eninnu’s Zodiac Time. Coming is my constellation, The Ram. When the sun rises in The Ram, I, not Enlilites, rule Sumer. Each sign gets equal time on the horizon. The sun rises on my Ram, not Enlil’s Bull and I rule. Zodiac Time gives Ninurta rule two centuries more than Celestial Time.”
After Ninurta defeated Naram-Sin and Inanna, he trained his Gutian tribesmen in martial arts and gave them horses and practice in cavalry tactics that stretched their reach thousands of miles. Then he left Sumer to explore lands to the northeast. His absences from Sumer and Inanna’s failed attempt to recapture the kingship for her city of Uruk prompted Enlil to order Ninurta’s younger brother Nannar-Sin to rule Sumer from Ur. Further, Ninurta had come from Nibiru–whereas Marduk [who married Hybrid Earthling Sarpanpit] and their son Nabu, Lord of Borsippa, had Earthling affinities. [ZS, Giants: 269-70]
Nannar’s birth on Earth appealed to the Earthlings. Nannar also had a plan to control the Earthlings with trade and credit rather than arms. Nannar, unlike other Enlilites, had avoided combat in the Anunnaki’s wars. Enlil choose him as Ur’s god to signal Earthlings, even in lands Marduk controlled, to worship Nannar and enjoy peace and prosperity.
“Enlilites dropped the ‘Ninurta Strategy’ and switched to a ‘Nannar Tactic,’ transferring the seat of national Kingship to Ur–Sumer’s thriving commercial and manufacturing center–[cult center] of Nannar, an Earthborn son of Enlil, who unlike Ninurta, also had an Akkadian name: Sin.” Enlil sent Terah, the High Priest of Nippur, to Nannar in Ur to make sure people there followed zodiacal time and Enlilite rule. Terah brought his son, Abraham (who’ll lead Enlil’s cavalry) with him.
Nannar ruled Ur’s 3rd Dynasty. His Earthlings adored him. Nannar bred sheep that made Ur “the wool and garment center of the ancient Near East and “developed foreign trade by land and water.” His half-Earthling/half-Anunnaki staff and their thousands of subject Earthlings built a navigable (and protective) canal to Ur’s two harbors. The canal separated the temple, palace and offices on one bank from shops and homes on the other bank. On their bank, merchants, craftsmen and laborers occupied multistoried white houses along broad, straight streets. [ZS, Wars: 271-272]
Nannar and Enlil choose (and Anu, from Nibiru okayed) Ninsun’s son Ur-Nammu as King of Sumer/Akkad. “The choice signaled that the glorious days under the unchallenged authority of Enlil and his clan are back.” The King would serve under Nannar who’d dictate laws of obedience, justice and morality. [ZS, Wars: 262-264; End of Days: 52, 60 -61].
Enlil told King Ur-Nammu to kill Amorites allied with Marduk and Nabu. Enlil gave the King a “divine weapon that heaps up the rebels in piles. Enlilite gods of Sumer all gave Ur-Nammu blessing, honor, weapons and protection. Off he marched his army to attack the Amorites west of Sumer.”
“In the midst of battle, Ur-Nammu’s chariot got stuck in the mud. He fell off it, the chariot rushed along, leaving the King behind. The boat returning his body to Sumer sank with him on board.” In Sumer, “People could not understand how such a devout king who followed gods’ directives with weapons they put in his hands could perish so ignominiously.” Support of Utu, Nannar, Inanna, Enlil and even Anu failed Ur- Nammu.
Nabu fanned doubts about Enlilite gods, “The Enlilite gods deserted you. They hid from you that Nibiru’s almost here. Soon shines the homeplanet of the gods upon Earth in The Ram–Marduk’s constellation. Welcome the Era of Marduk the Redeemer, who shall conquer Sumer & Akkad, rule Elamites, Hittites and the whole world.” From Sinai to the cities and islands of the Eastern Mediterranean Nabu exalted, “Nibiru comes, Marduk shall rule.” . [ZS, End of Days: 63 – 66]
Shulgi succeeded Ur-Nammu as Sumer’s King. Inanna invited Shulgi to Uruk and declared him “the man for the vulva of Inanna.” They wed, to Enlil’s disgust, in the temple where Anu had elevated her in tantric ritual. She again bonded with an alpha Earthling. Shulgi built the Great West Wall from the Euphrates to the Tigris to keep out Nabu’s forces. To ally with the Elamites, Shulgi gave them the city of Larsa and married his daughter to an Elamite. Shulgi’s Sumerians and the Elamites “subdued the western provinces, including Canaan but failed to protect Mission Control at Sinai or the Landing Place in Lebanon from Marduk and Nabu. Enlil ordered Shulgi killed. [ZS, Wars: 276 -279]
Enlil installed Shulgi’s son, Amar-Sin, King of Sumer and sent him to stop a revolt in the north, then fight an alliance of five kings along the Mediterranean in the west. Enlil also sent his general, Abraham, trained in Hatti in Hittite military tactics, with cavalry to Canaan. After Abraham left Harran for Sinai, Marduk allied with Adad, ousted Nannar, moved in and cut Sumer’s trade with the Hittites. [ZS, Wars: 286]
Enlil bade Ninurta leave his Elamite cavalry, fly to the Andes and supervise an alternate spaceport there. But without Ninurta present in Sumer to control them, his Elamites looted all Sumer except Ninurta’s Lagash.
Marduk took Harran from Nannar, allied with the Hittites and cut Hittite trade to Sumer. 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.” [ZS, Wars: 298; Enki: 302- 306; End of Days: 78]
In a Council Enlil convened, Enlil rebuked Ninurta, though he’d been in South America, for his Elamites’ crimes. Nergal blamed Marduk and Nabu for the military threat to Sinai that made Ninurta bring the Elamites to Sumer in the first place. Enki told Nergal to shut up and support Marduk and Nabu or get out. “The council broke up in disarray.” [ZS, End of Days: 87-88]
Ninurta and Nergal sent 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.
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. [ZS, End of Days: 73]
Abraham blocked Ninurta’s Elamites from the Spaceport, then rescued Lot, whom the Ninurta’s Elamites, as they retreated west of the Jordan River, had captured from the Nabu-friendly city of Sodom.
Enlil made Amar-Sin’s brother, Shu-Sin, Boss. Shu-Sin built a shrine for Inanna’s son Shara at Nippur.
Mentuhotep II, Marduk’s Theban Pharaoh, took Egypt all the way to the western approaches to Sinai.
Amar-Sin sailed to Sinai to block Marduk’s Egyptians, defected to Enki and became his priest in Eridu, Enki’s cult center in Sumer. Amar-Sin died suspiciously of a poisonous bite. Enlil made Shu-Sin Overseer of Sumer and built a shrine for Inanna’s son Shara at Nippur.
Marduk returned to Babylon as Enlil and Ninlil left Sumer. [ZS, Wars: 309, 317, 320; End of Days: 68-72]
Galzu, in a vision, told Enlil to make Abraham (son of Ur’s High Priest Terah) General of Cavalry to keep Nabu and Ham’s descendants in Canaan from the Sinai Space station. Enlil kept the vision secret, but told Abraham, “Rule all lands from the border of Egypt to the border of Sumer.” [ZS, Wars: 289- 297]
Enlil sent Abraham and Terah to Harran [Turkey] at the foothills of the Taurus Mountains near the Syrian Border, where the Euphrates flowed to Ur. Harran dominated trade with Hatti, land of the Hittites, on whose trade Sumer depended. Harran straddled the trade and military land routes to the Spaceport as well.”
Ibbi-Sin succeeded Shu-Sin. Marduk returned to Babylon as Enlil left Sumer.
Marduk menaced the Spaceport. He announced “‘In my temple house let all the gods assemble, my covenant accept.’ By his appeal for their submission, the Anunnaki gods were disturbed and alarmed.”
“To a great assembly, council to take, Enlil them all summoned. Opposed to Marduk and Nabu they all were.” All the senior Anunnaki except Enki agreed: “Leave Earth to Marduk. Keep the Spaceport from Nabu; nuke it.” [ZS, Enki: 308]
Enki, “angry and distraught, the council chamber left, in his heart was Enki smiling: only he knew where [In Africa] the weapons were hidden, 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 the two heros [Ninurta and Nergal] the hiding place disclosed.” [ZS, Enki: 306-308]
The Anunnaki Council on Earth beamed Anu on Nibiru: would he okay nuking the Spaceport as well as Nabu and his armies at the south end of the Dead Sea? Marduk, Enlil reminded Anu, claimed rule of Nibiru as well as Earth, as per the dynastic agreement between Anu and Alalu. Marduk threatened Anu in every way. So Anu said, “Bomb.”
Enlil evacuated the Igigi Astronauts from the Sinai and sent Ninurta and Nergal (the “angels” of the Bible) to confirm from his spies in Canaan–Abraham and Lot–that they should bomb Sodom, Gomorra and other cities allied with Marduk. Enlil gave his spies time to flee, then ordered the attack.
Enlil sent Abraham to the Negev Desert, then to Canaan. To brand Abraham’s men as loyal Enlilites, Enlil made them circumcise each other. Abraham’s principal wife, Sarah, bore Isaac in Canaan. Enlil ordered Abraham to leave his secondary wife, Hagar, and Heir-Apparent Is-mael in the desert so Isaac, Abraham’s son with Sarah, would rule Enlil’s troops in Canaan.
Enlil’s son Ninurta attacked the Sinai. “The first terror weapon [a missile called One Without Rival] from the skys Ninurta let loose; the top of Mount Mashu [where the controlling equipment was housed] with a flash it sliced off, the mount’s innards in an instant it melted. Above the Place of the Celestial Chariots [rockets] the second weapon [called Blazing Flame] he unleashed, with a brilliance of seven suns the plain’s rocks into a gushing wound were made, the Earth shook and crumbled, the heavens after the brilliance were darkened; with burnt and crushed stones was the plain of the chariots covered, of all the forests that the plain had surrounded, only tree stems were left standing.”
Nergal bombed his brother Marduk’s forces in Canaan [Enki sired both Marduk and Nergal]. Nergal nuked Sodom, Gomorra and three other cities Abraham had identified as allied with Marduk. Nergal’s missiles made the Dead Sea dead. To this day, “the water of springs surrounding the Dead Sea has been contaminated with radioactivity, `enough to induce sterility in any animals and humans that absorbed it.’” [ZS, Enki: 315 – 316]
Archeologists confirm the flooding, abandonment of the area and sudden deadening of life in 2024 B.C. “Over the five cities Erra [Nergal] upon each from the skies a terror weapon sent, the five cities he finished off, all that lived there to vapor [“salt”] was turned. Mountains toppled, where the sea waters were barred the bolt broke open, down into the valley the sea’s waters poured, by the waters was the valley flooded.” [ZS, Enki: 310- 11, 315 – 316].
DeMenocal cited tephera as evidence for the abrupt changes in the area’s vegetation. He says rocks called tephera, “burnt-through pieces of blackened gravel-like rock” usually near volcanos, still cover Sinai–which lacks volcanos. [See Science, April 27, 2001 and Geology, April 2000; http://www.sitchin.com/evilwind.htm]
Ninurta made Sinai’s tephera when he nuked the spaceport. The bombing left a huge black scar on the Sinai plain (where the shuttlecraft runway and launch platform had been) so large it can only be seen from satellite. North northeast of the scar (in an area where all other rocks display colors) DeMenocal found find millions of black-blasted rocks.
“The Place of Launching, the Spaceport, obliterated: the Mount within which the controlling equipment was placed was smashed; the launch platforms were made to fade off the face of the Earth. The plain whose hard soil the shuttlecraft had used as runways were obliterated, with not even a tree left standing.” [ZS, Wars: 331-334]
The Enlilites accidentally radiated Sumer. “By the darkening of the skies were the brilliances followed, then a storm began to blow, gloom from the skies an Evil Wind carried. From the Upper Sea, a stormwind began blowing, the dark-brown cloud eastward toward Shumer the death was carried. Where it reached, death to all that lives mercilessly it delivered.
“The alarm Enlil and Enki to the gods of Shumer transmitted, Escape! From their cities the gods did flee.
“The people of the land by the evil storms hand were clutched. Those who behind locked doors hid inside their houses like flies were felled. Those who in the streets fled, in the streets were their corpses piled up. Everything that lived perished.”
But Babylon, “where Marduk his supremacy declared, by the Evil Wind was spared.” [ZS, Enki: 312 – 313].
Enlil concluded that Marduk was now to be supreme on Earth, as his vision of Galzu predicted.
For the next 150 years, most Nibirans on Earth went first to Adad’s spaceport at Nazca, then in rockets back to Nibiru. Some, however, “dispersed from Sumer, accompanied their followers to far lands in the far corners of the Earth; others remained nearby, rallying their supporters to a renewed challenge to Marduk.” Marduk’s “extended family in Northern Sumer, the Aryans, invaded the lands to the east and Europe to the west, conquering humans everywhere and imposing their Aryan supremacy which, to this day, persists.” [ZS, End of Days: 122; Enki: 312- 313; Tellinger, Slave Species: 116]
Enki and Marduk purified Sumer’s water and decontaminated the radioactive soil so people could again live there. Then Enlilite troops from Elam occupied Sumer’s south and Gutian soldiers occupied the North.
Ninurta had Ishbi-Erra (who’d been Governor of Mari) rule Sumer from Isin. Ishbi-Erra dismissed the foreign troops from Ur and from there fought to control Iraq. [ZS, Wars: 343 -344]
For forty days, with a crystal-tipped electrum stylus, Endubscar, Master Scribe of Eridu, Sumer, wrote on a lapis lazuli tablet what Enki dictated.
Marduk proclaimed Babylon Capitol of Sumer and, 2000 B.C., himself God of the gods. He renamed Nibiru “Marduk.” He held NewYear’s rituals where priests enacted him, as he–a planet–invaded the inner solar system, created Earth, then made Earthlings. Marduk named Neptune “Nidimmud,’ (Enki), changed Mercury’s name from Adad to Nabu and Venus from “Inanna” to “Sarpanit.”
Marduk trained priests to study omens and a horoscope showing how planets–and their namesakes–affect Earthlings. He degraded astronomical observations, Earthling support and women’s rights. He barred women from high office and art. He substituted Nabu for the Nibiran woman Nisaba as Diety of Writing. [ZS, Time: 350-368]
Many Sumerians who survived the fallout fled Marduk. “Refugees were given asylum all around the Mesopotamia. They converted their host countries into flourishing states. Some ventured into more distant lands, accompanying the displaced gods.” Indo-Aryans from southwest of the Caspian Sea mingled with the Sumerian refugees and migrated to the Indus Valley and brought with them the tales of Sumer, which, combined with the culture Inanna had given her domains in India, evolved into Hindism. [ ZS, Time: 370-371]
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 howto use them, translating into Babylonian the Sumerian procedure texts. Hellenistic, Persian and Indian astrology derived from such records.
“Deterioration of astronomy was symptomatic of overall decline and regression in the sciences, arts, laws, the social framework” under Marduk. “Medicine deteriorated to sorcery. Harshness and coarseness replaced the former compassion and elegance.”
Under Marduk, there was “a decline in the role of women and their status as compared to Sumerian times.” Marduk hated women. Ninmah had pushed for primacy of his rival, Ninurta, Inanna got him buried alive in the Pyramid. Goddesses in charge of the arts and sciences assisted the construction of the Eninnu in Lagash as a symbol of defiance of Marduk’s claims that his time had come. [ZS, Time: 356- 368]
Of Earthlings loyal to the Enlilites (Ninurta, Nannar, Adad, Utu and Inanna), only Abraham and his army survived. His band lived because Enlil had sent it to the Negev and Canaan to guard Sumer from Marduk’s forces in Egypt and Lebanon. Enlil wanted his surviving Earthlings branded. So Enlil ordered Abraham, then 99, and his male followers to cut off their foreskins to make their phalluses like those of the Nibirans and to mark them as loyal to the Enlilites. He told Abraham that after circumcision,”Unto thy seed have I given this land from the brook of Egypt [Nile] until the River Euphrates.”[ZS, Encounters: 257]
Enlil said Abraham, with his wife and half-sister, Sarah, would beget a son to replace Is-mael, Abraham’s son with his secondary wife (Sarah’s erstwhile Egyptian slave) Hagar. Abraham had raised Is-mael as his heir, due–all thought–to rule Canaan. [ZS, Encounters: 288.]
When Sarah bore Isaac, she told Abraham, “Rid us of that slave woman. Her son never shall the inheritance of my son Isaac share.”
Enlil agreed. He told Abraham, “Heed Sarah. Your descendants shall spring from Isaac. Ishmael, son of the maidservant too shall a nation begat, for Ishmael too springs from you.“Enlil told Abraham “Evict Hagar you must.” Enlil thus tested Abraham’s loyalty and drove a wedge between Abraham and Hagar.
Abraham gave Hagar bread and a water skin and left her and Ishmael in the Beersheeba wilderness. “When the water in the skin was gone, she put Is-mael under one of the bushes. She thought, ‘I cannot watch the boy die.’ No sooner had Hagar been left to die in the desert, than Enlil showed her a well,” saved her and Is-mael, won “her undivided loyalty.” Ishmael became the genitor of the Arabs who to this day compete with the descendants of Isaac for Canaan.
“When Isaac grew, the apple of old Abraham’s eye, to adulthood, Enlil tested whether Abraham still obeyed. Enlil told Abraham to take Isaac to a distant mountain, far from eyes of others, and murder him in cold blood. Better there were no witnesses around to add to the growing discontent among humans to the gods.” Abraham and Isaac “came to the place god had told him and Abraham built an altar there and arranged the wood and bound his son Isaac and laid him on the altar atop the wood. Abraham stretched out his hand and took the knife to slay his son.”
But an Emissary of Enlil appeared and said, “’Do not stretch out your hand against the lad, for now I know that you fear god since you have not withheld your son from Me. Because you have not withheld your son, indeed I will greatly bless you and I will greatly multiply your seed and your seed shall possess the gate of their enemies because you have obeyed My voice.’ Abraham passed the test; he was now ready to perform any task for the conniving god. Enlil made sure everyone knew about his favorite boy, Abraham.
Many tribal heads, kings and priests came to seek his favor and suck up to Abraham to avoid acts of vengeance from the god.” [ZS, Encounters: 259, 288; Tellinger, Slave Species: 202, 212, 234- 236; Genesis, 21:10-14]
Abraham, worried Isaac would marry a local Canaanite and dilute their Enlilite bloodline from Sumer, sent him back to Harran on the Euphrates to marry a daughter of their relatives there. Isaac brought Rebecca back from Harran to Canaan.
Rebecca she bore Isaac’s twin boys, Esau and Jacob.
Famine from drought struck Canaan when the twins matured. Isaac would’ve sent them to Egypt (where the Nile’s waters protected the people from famine) for brides but Enlil warned them not to cross the still lethally-radioactive Sinai to Egypt. He ordered Isaac’s family to an area of Canaan where wells tapped water. There Esau married a local. Isaac sent Jacob to Harran to marry daughters of Leban (Isaac’s maternal uncle).
On his journey north to Harran, “in a nighttime vision, Jacob sawa UFO, except for him it was not an UNidentified Flying Object; he realized its occupants were ‘angels of Elohim’ [Nibirans] and their Commander”[Enlil]. These “angels” were “flesh and blood human emissaries.”
In Harran, Jacob asked his uncle Leban for Leban’s daughter Rachael. Leban demanded Jacob first marry Rachael’s older sister Leah and, in Harran, earn the dowries for both women.
Jacob worked twenty years for his uncle. Then Jacob “dreamed” Enlil’s messenger bade him return to Canaan. The messenger, also in a dream, warned Leban to let Jacob and his wives go.
On his way back south from Harran to Canaan Jacob paused at the Yabbok Crossing of the Jordan River. “Uncertain what his brother Esau’s attitude” toward him, as a rival to rule Abraham’s tribe, Jacob sent his party ahead.
Alone at the Crossing, Jacob encountered and wrestled and, though he dislocated his thigh in the battle, pinned and held a Nibiran “angel” all night. Jacob let the “angel” go in exchange for a blessing. The angel renamed Jacob “ISRA-EL [he who fought a god]. Israel, who limped into Esau’s camp, became the patriarch of Enlil’s loyalists, “the Children of Israel.” [ZS, Encounters: 250- 256]
Ishme-Dagan, third successor to Isin, rebuilt Enlil’s temple at Nippur and declared Sumer and Akkad officially habitable again. Anu and Enlil accepted Marduk’s rule in Babylon.
Enlilite loyalists to Inanna, Ninurta, Adad (Teshub) and Enlil (as Ashur) from Mari, relatives of Abraham and his descendants, formed a vise around Babylon, starting with Elam (Iran) and Gutium on the southeast and east; Assyria and Hatti in the north and Mari on the mid-Euphrates. [ZS, End: 126 -127]
Enlil’s Assyria, north of Babylon, 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 millennium.
Adad’s Hittites spread from Turkey to the landing platform at Baalbek Lebanon and the Post-Flood Mission Control Center in Jerusalem. [ZS, End: 141 -144]
In Canaan, Rachael and Jacob begat Joseph. Joseph’s half-brothers hated him.
Jacob’s older sons hated how how he obsessed with dream interpretation. They sold him as a slave to caravaners, who took him to Egypt.
In Egypt an official of the pharaoh worked Joseph as a household slave. The official’s wife tried to seduce Joseph. When he refused her sex, she said he’d propositioned her. The official jailed him. In jail, Joseph won renown as he kept reading dreams.
Amenemhet III ascended Egypt’s throne of Egypt and sent for Joseph to interpret a dream that seven skinny cows ate seven fat cows and seven scorched ears of grain ate seven healthy ones. “Your dreams show Egypt’ll have seven years of good harvest, then seven of famine,” said Joseph. In 1840 B.C., Amenemhet made Joseph Overseer of Egypt, responsible to store water and grain from the seven good years for the seven lean ones.
Joseph channeled Nile water at high flood level through a natural depression to an artificial lake near Hawara. He built canals and underground pipes for miles in the Fayam area, and made Fayem the breadbasket of Egypt. When drought and famine struck the Near East, refugees pored into Egypt where vegetables, fruit and fish still–thanks to Joseph–abounded.
Jacob/Israel (now 130 years old) and his sons (even those who sold Joseph as a slave) joined the refugees to Egypt from Canaan.
Joseph forgave his half-brothers and invited their descendants and dependents–the Children of Israel–to Egypt. There, for 300 years, they prospered and multiplied till there were 600,000 of them. Then a new regime, hostile to the Enlilites of Mitanni (Harran) with whom the Children of Israel were allied, took power. [ZS, Encounters:289- 291;152-153; Expeditions:116- 128]
Anunnaki and Sumerians brought cuneiform writing, bronze weapons, chariots, walled cities to China’s Shang Dynasty. “Sumerian emigrants gave Central and Far Asia Sino-Tibetan languages, cultures, the Sumerian “calender of twelve months, time-counting that divides the day into twelve double-hours, the zodiac and Sumerian astronomy. Utu’s descendants ruled Japan as emperors. [ZS, Time: 371- 373]
Hamurabi, Marduk’s Babylonian King, destroyed Mari, home of Enlilite survivors of the Nuclear disaster of 2024.
New Kingdom pharaohs allied with Marduk/Ra conquered Egypt. Thothmose I of the new regime invaded Enlilite Sumer to the Euphrates River, where Abraham’s kin and their descendants lived. Thothmose expected Enlilite retaliation.
The cluster trail of comets and rocks at the 180 degree position on Nibiru’s orbit crossed the orbit of Mars and Jupiter. This orbiting debris bombarded Earth.
Hittites won Babylon, captured Marduk, then left him under guard along at Hana, near the Euphrates.
Mitanni Horites from Syria and Lebanon, allied with the Israelites in Egypt, fought a series of wars against Egypt’s New Kingdom.
Kassites related to Hyksos in Egypt (both venerated Marduk as Ra) took Babylon, freed Marduk [ZS, End: 144 -147]
Israelites in Egypt, descended from Jacob had the son who became Moses. His parents feared the Pharaoh would kill the baby. Pharaoh feared Egypt’s growing Israelite population, already in the hundreds of thousands, would join the Enlilites from Mitanni and overwhelm Egypt. To reduce the Israelite population, Pharaoh ordered death to Israelite children like Moses. But Moses’ mother put him in a waterproof box of bulrushes which she floated downstream to Hatshepsut.
Hatshepsut adopted the boy and called him Moses.” She gave him “the epithet common in her dynasty with the component mss (Mose).”
Thothmose 1 died. His successor, Thothmose II married Thothmose’s daughter, Hatshepsut.
Thothmose II died. Hatshepsut became Regent for the Thothmose II’s son with a concubine, the underage Thothmose III, then Pharaoh.
Thothmose III marched past the Sinai along the Mediterranean, through Canaan, fought Mitanni and took both Mission Control in Jerusalem and the Landing Place at Lebanon. He also intensified attacks on the Israelites in Egypt to neutralize them and stop them joining their Enlilite kin.
Though Hatshepsut was murdered, Moses grew up an Egyptian prince. He killed an Egyptian overseer who was brutalizing an Israelite. Thothmose IV ordered Moses killed, but Moses fled to Sinai and there married the daughter of a Midianite priest.
Elam and Anshan, east and northeast of Babylon, formed Persia (Iran) under Ninurta.
Horites captured Syria and Lebanon and challenged Thothmose III in Egypt.
Egyptian armies campaigned thrust into Canaan and advanced northward against the Mitanni in Syria. [ZS, End: 154]
Pharaoh, Amenhotep II dropped Moses’ death sentence and Enlil told Moses, “Go to Egypt, show the Pharoh magic. Tell him to let my people go.” Amenhotep knew that if he let the Israelites go, they’d join their Mitanni kinsmen. So, instead of letting them go, he ordered they each make three times more bricks per day. Enlil sanctioned Amenhotep; he gave Egypt plagues, infestations, cattle diseases, darkness and weather disturbances. He killed all non-Israelite firstborn children and cows in Egypt.
Pharaoh told the Israelites, “Go,” then sent chariots after them. Enlil, with climate control devises, swept a path through the Red Sea, then let the sea drown the charioteers. Alternately, Nibiru, its LaGrange points or other objects from space created huge weather disturbances and huge tides inundating, then receding on Earth.
For forty years,, Enlil led Moses and the Israelites through the desert to the edge of Sinai and Nights. Nights he led with a “fiery beacon;” days, with a dark cloud. He fed the Israelites and protected them from Amalekites. Enlil demanded they kill 3000 of their number who worshiped other Nibirans and kill 23,000 for sex before they married. [Exodus 32:26-28; Corinthians 10:8; ZS, Divine: 95].
A comet hit Earth, disintegrated, made day last 20 hours as Joshua and the Israelites attacked the Canaanites near Beth-Horon and delayed sunrise 20 hours at Teotihuacan in the Andes.
Enlil had Moses climb Mt. Sinai then relay demands to the Israelites. Moses told the Israelites what Enlil wanted. Enlil landed his aircraft on the mount and, with an amplifier, told the people himself what he wanted. They knew they had to obey or he’d kill them.
Enlil again flew to the mountaintop, ordered Moses up, and gave Moses stone tablets with commandments and showed him how to build a temple and a housing for the tablets (an “Ark of the Covenant”) and a Talk-To-Enlil Comm unit. Moses’ brother Aaron and his priest-lineage could message Enlil, pose questions, and get “Yes” or “No” answers. The ark and its stones weighed many tons. Enlil had Moses hide a monoatomic white powder of gold to lighten the ark. When Moses returned to the Israelites, he glowed with radiation from Enlil ’s shuttlecraft. His tablets told the Israelites to reject all other Nibiran gods, spend every seventh day worshiping him, subjugate women and kids, refrain from murder, adultery, theft and false witness. They must not crave others’ homes, wives, slaves and property. [Tellinger: African Temples: 86]
Akhenaten, who succeeded to the Egyptian throne in 1379 BCE as Amenophis IV was possibly an ET Conehead rather than a descendant of goldminers from Nibiru. Akhenaten preached that Nibiru’s next nearing would “usher in a time of peace and benevolence to all.” He moved Egypt’s capital from Thebes to Tell-el-Amarna. In a temple he built at Amara, he displayed the ben-ben–perhaps a space capsule with a communication device intact, a remote-viewing booth, a holographic display, an actual transporter, or just an object of veneration–from an Anunnaki rocket. Akhenaten had Egyptians follow his “Star Religion and worship Nibiru. Ra-Marduk’s priests in Thebes drove him from office and resumed Egypt’s loyalty to Ra. [ZS, End: 168 – 173]
King Kadashman-Enlil of Babylon switched the nation from venerating Marduk to venerating the Enlil and Adad as part of the agitation in Sumer and Egypt, expecting Nibiru’s return soon. [ZS, End: 178]
Enlilite King Tiglat-Pileser I of Assyria beat Lebanon and caught Marduk. Migrants and invaders flooded western Asia, Asia Minor, the Mediterranean coast and Arabia. Peoples of the Sea, repulsed in Egypt, invaded Canaan. Enlil choose Saul then David to rule in Israel.
Agamemnon, Menelaus and Odysseus led Greeks against Hittite allies of Adad and Inanna at Troy. Diamedes, a part-Nibiran Greek Earthling, injured Inanna but she recovered. Her son, Aeneas, fought on the Trojan side, fled to Carthage, then, Virgil asserted, to Italy.
David killed the Igigi half-breeds in Hebron and made himself King of the Israelites there. He established his identity as Enlil-Yahweh’s man.
David took Jerusalem and made it his Capitol. He gave Yahweh-Enlil’s handwritten plans for a temple there to his son, Solomon. [ZS, End: 192 -193]
Ninghzidda and his followers ran high-civilization Yucatan temple centers.
Adad and Nergal again sent an Assyrian king–Shalmaneser III–with technologically-advanced artillery against Marduk’s Babylonians. Shalmaneser won.
King Solomon’s temple to Enlil dedicated in Jerusalem.
David’s successor, Solomon, died; Abraham’s descendants split their turf into the kingdoms of Judea in the south, Israel on the north. Until 910 B.C., Jeroboam, Rehoboam, Abijah, Nadab, Baasah, Elah, Zimri, then Omri ruled Israel.
Ithbaal, King of Tyre gave his daughter Jezebel to Ahab, the successor to Omri as King of Israel to create Phoenician-Israeli alliance. Jehu (Enlil’s agent) purged Ahab’s dynasty and killed the alliance with Phoenicia. Jehu made Israel subject to Syria. Syria dispersed Israel’s intelligencia throughout the Assyrian empire.
Assyrians under Ashurnasirpal II conquered coastal Phoenician cities–Tyre, Sidon, Byblos—and the Landing Place in Lebanon.
Assyrians under Tiglath-Pileser III reconciled with Marduk.
Assyrian king Shalmaneser V captured Samaria in Israel.
Sargon II, Shalmanser’s successor, seized Nippur from the Enlilites, allied with Marduk, and exiled Israelites from northern Israel.
Sargon’s son Sennacherib shelled then sacked Babylon on the pretext that Babylonians disappointed Marduk. Sennacherib sentenced the Babylonians to Assyrian occupation for seventy years. He won Phoenicia, Gaza and Judea. Then–without Adad’s okay–attacked Jerusalem.
Enlil (or Adad acting in Enlil’s “Yahweh” name) who controlled Mission Control Jerusalem stopped the Assyrians. He killed 185,000 Assyrians with a techno-weapon. Sennacherib fled to Nineva in Sumer and named his younger son Esarhaddon, his successor. Sennacherib’s older sons killed Sennacherib, but the Nibirans hid Esarhaddon.
Medes (forerunners of the Persians) burned Ashur, Assyria’s religious capitol.
Babylon’s King Nabupolassar took Nineva, Assyria’s political capitol and home of the Assyrian royalty. The Assyrian royals retreated to Nannar’s city, Harran. Nannar, known here as “Sin,” refused to back them and angrily flew off to Marsbase. [ZS, End: 260 -264].
Enlil sent Inanna to Assyria where she disarmed the Ninevan army, burned their weapons and made Esarhaddon King. She and Esarhaddon attacked Marduk’s Egyptian forces; she blinded them with a techno-weapon.
Enlil let Babylon’s king Nebuchadnezzar II take Lebanon.
Anunnaki cycled home. First they rocketed to Mars. From Mars long-distance spaceships raced to intercept and land on Nibiru as it moved through away from its perigee. “Benefitting from Mars’ lower gravity compared to Earth’s, the Anunnaki found it easier to transport themselves and their cargos in shuttlecraft from Earth to Mars, and there transfer to reach Nibiru. Mars had water, walled structures, roads, a hublike compound” and the statue of Alalu’s face. [ZS, End: 260- 261]
Egypt’s Pharaoh Necho, in the name of Marduk and Nabu, attacked Babylon and conquered the Landing Platform in Lebanon as well as rocket-control sites in Judea. [ZS, End: 222]
Babylonians crushed the Egyptian army, retook Lebanon.
Ningishzidda left Central America. Native Mayas, for the next 100 years, revolted, drove Olmecs and their Sumerian bosses farther south and slew them.
Nebchadnezzar believed Yahweh left Earth and Marduk’s era of control had arrived, so he and burned Solomon’s temple.
Cyrus and the Persians began challenging Babylon.
Babylon King Nebuchadnezzer captured Jerusalem.
Nebuchadnezzer installed a puppet king, ordered worship of Marduk, and took leading citizens of the city as hostages back to Harran. There Israeli scholars wrote the Hebrew Bible and created monotheism, for Yahweh/Enlil now lacked a land and could be a divinity free of a specific territory.“[Jezebel: 202- 203; ZS, Cosmic Code: 274 -275]
Most remaining Anunnaki left Earth from Nazca when Nibiru neared Earth. Nannar, disgusted at Marduk’s ascendancy, had left Earth for Marsbase.
Cyrus and the Persians challenged Babylon.
Nibiru neared Earth early. Since Nibiru’s prior nearing, Uranus and the outer planets had moved away from the sun. Now Uranus got in Nibiru’s way, and one of Nibiru’s moons whacked Uranus and tipped it on its side and changed the rotation of Uranus’s moon Miranda from counterclockwise to clockwise. The interaction between Uranus and Nibiru sped Nibiru into 3460 year orbit.
Nibiru, as part of its perigee with the Sun, eclipsed it in the “Darkness at Noon.” Rather than deliver Anu for a repeat of his visit of 3850 which the Earthlings expected, Nibiru’s perigee let most of the remaining Nibirans exit Earth. [ZS, End: 234, 267]
Adapaguppi, High Priestess of Nannar-Sin at his temple in Harran found a comm-device embedded in some of Nannar’s vestiments. With this device, she contacted Nannar on Mars and promised him that if he’d back her son Nabuaid as King of Babylon, Sumer and Akkad, she’d have Marduk endorse him too. Thus, she told Nannar, she’d affect a truce between Marduk and the Enlilites on the one hand and Nannar, who now represented the Enlilites, on the other. Nannar returned to Harran and backed Nabuaid to rule all Iraq. Nannar helped Nabuaid with “the weapon of Anu” which could from the air above “crush enemies on the Earth below with a beam of light.” [ZS, 12th Planet: 113 – 116]
“Who of the great Anunnaki gods remained on Earth? Marduk and Nabu of the Enkiites; of the Enlilites: Nannar/Sin, his spouse Ningal/Nikkal, and his aid, Nusku and daughter, Inanna/Ishtar. Now, on side of a great relgious divide there was just one sold Great God of Heaven and Earth–Marduk for the Enkiites, Nannar/Sin for the Enlilites.”
Cyrus, whom Marduk welcomed, conquered Babylon and returned Nebuchadnezzar’s hostages to Jerusalem. Cyrus’ successor, Cambyses, brought Sumer, Mari, Mittani, Hatti, Elam, Assyria, Egypt and Babylon, into the Persian Empire.
Darius murdered Cambyses and ruled the extended Persian Empire.
Darius unsuccessfully invaded Greece.
Darius’s successor, Xerxes, attacked Greece, lost again.
Xerxes decided to destroy the tomb of Marduk, who’d recently died in Babylon. Marduk’s son and prophet, Nabu disappeared.
Mochica, coastal Peru, precursor to Chimu civilization, featured fifteen-foot wide roads, pottery, textiles, mud-brick pyramids and decoration showed Adad and other Sumerian gods referred to as Giants–and art styles with gold from Andean highlands.
Philip II of Macedonia united Greece. His son apparent, Alexander, thought Marduk had actually fathered him.
Alexander conquered the Persian Empire, the Indus and Egypt; Egyptian priests at Siwa confirmed Alexander as Marduk’s son.
Alexander reached Babylon and rushed to the ziggurat temple to grasp the hands of Marduk as conquerors before him had done. But Alexander saw Marduk’s dead body preserved in oils in his ziggurat.
Indian descendants of Ka-in killed remaining Olmecs and Sumerians in Central America.