The Nibirans, tall, long-living Homo Sapiens quite like us (on Earth Nibirans were called the Anunnaki) monitored the movement of ice from Antarctica toward the South Sea. They recorded increased Earthquakes in South America.
The Anunnaki leaders knew great floods would hit the Earth each time Nibiru neared it. They thought they’d taken enough gold from Earth to float up over their atmosphere and preserve it, so Anu, Nibiru’s king, ordered the Expedition to evacuate Earth and return to Nibiru.
The Astronaut corps, known as the Igigi, led overtly by Shamgaz and covertly by Prince Marduk, had captured pretty 200 superslaves–descendants of Enki’s Earthling son Adapa and daughter Titi. The astronauts had captured the Rocket Landing Platform in Lebanon and forced Enlil to recognize their unions and the descendants they’d beget.
“By the conjugations of Igigi and the Earthling daughters was Enlil [Anunnaki Commander, Earth] greatly disturbed [their rapidly growing population posed a potential threat to both the Goldmining Expedition and, allied with Marduk, to Nibiru itself]. By Marduk’s Espousal of a Earthling female [Sarpanit], Enlil was most distraught [the marriage indicated Marduk’d aligned himself with the Earthling slaves Enlil wanted to genocide]. ”
“Drought, plague and starvation stalked the Earthlings.” Crops dried-up, Earthlings starved, plagues killed many. “Diseases overcame humans. But Ninmah [said] “Let us the Earthlings curing teach, how themselves to remedy to learn.”
Enlil refused. “Let the earthlings by hunger and pestilence perish.” In his mind the stay of the Anunnaki on Earth was nearing an end and he would rather wipe out all life before they departed for Nibiru. “Nothing grew and winds, heat and drought haunted them. Tremors and quakes became regular events.”
Enki implored Enlil, “Let us show the dredging of ponds and canals for surviving drought and famine.”
But the Commander responded, “Marduk–your eldest–the Igigi, and the with armies the astronauts breed with the daughters of Adapa, challenge me. No ponds, no canals. For Marduk, no more soldiers; let the Earthlings starve, every one. When we, sated with Earth’s gold, to Nibiru return, leave no Earthling subjects for Marduk, no force for him, the homeplanet to invade.” [ZS, Enki: 204 -205; Tellinger, Slave Species: 470]
The Earthlings at Shurubak, where Ziusudra, the son Enki had secretly begat with Batanash, Enki’s hybrid Overseer in Iraq lived, sent Ziusudra to Enki at the Persian Gulf for help. Enki said he couldn’t openly help, but advised, covertly, “The policy of Enlil protest, worship of the gods boycott.”
Enki secretly fed the Earthlings from his corn. He showed them how to get to and fish the seas. When Enlil said Enki defied the decree that Earthlings starve, Enki said he didn’t know how Earthlings learned salt-water fishing.
When Enki ruined his attempt to starve the Earthlings, Enlil instead waited for the next perigee when Nibiru’s approach to Earth would create a great flood. Just before that, Enlil, planned, Nibirans would quit Earth with all the gold they needed. From the Climate Observation Station at Point Argulhas at the tip of South Africa, Nergal warned of a flood, one that would kill off us troublesome slaves and hide fact we ever existed. The Antarctic ice sheet, he said built speed as it slid toward the South Sea. When Nibiru next reaches closest to Earth, the icesheet will, he said, slip into the Sea and push out mountainous waves. The waves will bounce off each other and landmasses and combine in many ways. The waters would, Nergal said, cover all Earth except great peaks. [ZS, Enki:206; 1978, 12th Planet:292 -294]
When King Anu and the Counsel on Nibiru got Nergal’s report, they beamed Earth: “For evacuating Earth and Lahmu prepare.” In the Abzu the gold mines shut down; therefrom the Anunnaki to the Edin came; smelting and refining ceased, all gold to Nibiru was lofted. Empty, for evacuating ready, a fleet of celestial chariots to Earth returned.
(To be continued)
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