Ancient Anthropology Enki Genetic Engineering Zecharia Sitchin


From Sitchin’s official website


  News of advances in artificial human reproduction –- the treatment of infertility,  In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF), genetic enhancement, cloning -– have become commonplace.   Yet a headline over a recent news report caught my attention and aroused my curiosity:

IVF Creates Fetuses With Three Parents

  The report, as rendered in the New Scientist issue of 18 October 2003, concerned “a woman that has become pregnant through a procedure that combines a controversial IVF method with one of the techniques used for cloning.”

  The feat was performed by American scientific teams at a Chinese Medical Science University and concerned a woman who failed to conceive, even through IVF techniques, because her embryos stopped developing after two days.  The new procedure, using IVF (In-Vitro Fertilization) methods, first removed the woman’s egg, fertilized it with her husband’s sperm outside the womb, and then –- and that was the innovation –- obtained the eggs of another woman (“the donor”), emptied them of their genetic nuclei, re-injected into these donated eggs the fertilized material from the woman’s egg, and then re-implanted the manipulated eggs in wombs (the woman’s or that of a donor).   

  The key change in the previously-recorded procedures was that by using the donor’s egg even without its normal DNA, the DNA that comes only from the woman — mitochondrial DNA or mtDNA –- has been preserved in the recombined egg.   By having the mtDNA not of the woman but that of the donor, conception and pregnancy took hold.  

  Thus, not only procedurally but also genetically, the fetus had three parents:  The woman, the male partner, and the female donor.

Now, Read the Sumerian Texts…

  This report caught my attention because it sounds very much like the problems, and the solutions, encountered by Enki and Ninmah (later known as Ninti) when they engaged in genetic engineering to fashion “The Adam” -– the Earthling -– by upgrading the wild Homo erectus found in southeast Africa to become Homo sapiens (you and me).

  The Sumerian creation texts -– yes, texts, not one but several –- have been reported by me in my first book, The 12th Planet,enlarged upon in Genesis Revisited, and then rendered in maximal detail in The Lost Book of Enki (2002). The methods used, the trial and error, the involvement of the young son of Enki Ningishzidda, are all there.   But after the successful fashioning of the male Adamu, the efforts to fashion a female counterpart failed.   It was then that Enki realized that the problem might be the re-implanting of the fertilized egg in the womb of an Earthling female.

“For a counterpart to Adamu to be fashioned, in the womb of an Anunnaki female conception is needed!” so did Enki say.

  Success came after Enki’s spouse, Ninki, volunteered to have the recombined egg implanted in her womb.   The change, the recent experiments reveal, was that the source of the mtDNA was that of Ninki, an Anunnaki female, and not the Earthling mother.  

Ti-Amat –- the biblical Eve -– thus had the DNA of three parents.

  Once again, modern science corroborates the Sumerian knowledge.



While writing the above article, another news item captured the media’s (and my) attention.  Headlined MAYBE WE CAME FROM CLAY AFTER ALL, it reported (to quote the MSNBC News version) from Washington DC on October 23, 2003 that

Science backed up religion Thursday in a study that suggests life may have indeed sprung from clay — just as many faiths teach.
A team at Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston said they had shown that materials in clay supported processes similar to those that may have given rise to life.
Specifically, a clay mixture called montmorillonite not only helps form little bags of fat and liquid, but helps cells use genetic material called RNA; that, in turn, is one of the key processes of life.

The report then quotes the scientists involved for additional details of the procedures based on the use of clay, and refers the readers to the relevant verses in Genesis.

In The 12th Planet I quoted the relevant Sumerian texts (that preceded the biblical tale by several millennia) that refer to the use of clay.  In the The Lost Book of Enki the repeated failures to obtain a non-defective newborn are described, with success coming only after Enki realized that

Perchance the shortfall is not in the admixture…
Perchance neither in the female’s oval
nor in the essences is the hindrance —
Of what the Earth itself is fashioned,
perchance that is what is missing?

And success in obtaining the perfect model of Adamu came after Ninmah followed his instructions and instead of combining the genes in a crystal vessel, it was done in a vessel made of the CLAY OF THE EARTH.  (The Lost Book of Enki, page 136).

In this detail too, modern science is following the “Technologies of the gods.”

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Long before our scientists understood evolution, Nibirans knew the developmental sequence of organisms on Earth. More than 300,000 years ago, they decoded the pan-human genome. They isolated their own, various animals’ and Homo Erectus’ deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) chromosomal sequences. Enki’s symbol, entwined serpents, “emulated the structure of the genetic code, the secret knowledge that enabled Enki to create the Adam and then grant Adam and Eve the ability to procreate.”

Enki’s built a sterile lab; its air-conditioned is “the source of the biblical assertion that after having fashioned the Adam, Elohim ‘blew in his nostrils the breath of life.

Enki, Ninmah and Ningishzidda mapped chromosomes, genes and genomes. They fertilized ova in test tube flasks with sperm soaked in Nibiran blood serum and mineral nutrients. They experimented with cloning, cell fusion and recombinant technology–cutting DNA strands with enzymes, targeted viruses, absorbing sperm in genetic material to be used for fertilization and splicing in DNA patches of other species to create, at first, hybrids unable to reproduce. Then Ningishzidda isolated the XX and XY chromosomes that allowed the creation of fertile Nibiran/Erectus mineslaves. [ZS, 1990, Genesis: 158 – 182, 202]

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Enki went North, to the Great Rift Valley (southeast Africa) to study an intelligent, fire-using primate, Homo Erectus.  Erectus reasoned, freed animals from traps and communicated telepathically rather than with language.  Enki thought Erectus either evolved on Earth from Nibiran genes delivered when Nibiru invaded the solar system or Erectus devolved from Homo Sapien colonists on Earth long before 450,000 years ago, when the Nibirans arrived.  Erectus’ and Nibirans’ genomes differed only a few hundred (out of 30,000) genes.   Erectus would evolve in a few million years into Homo Sapiens.  He built a lab in Zimbabwe to speed Erectus’ development. [Cremo,: Forbidden Archeology; Devolution:-2 9 – 41; ZS, Genesis: 121; Giants: 16, 153]


At the mines, miners griped that boss Ennugi worked them too hard.

Ennugi radioed Enki in Zimbabwe, but Enki sided with the miners and slyly told them to shrink gold shipments, lure Enlil to the mines and trap him.  He planned to get Enlil to accept a plan for Erectus.  When the miners cut gold to Badtibira, Enlil sent Ninurta to investigate. Miners “were backbiting and lamenting, in the excavations they were grumbling.  ‘Unbearable is the toil.‘”

Call Enlil to the mines,” Enki told Ninurta, “Let the Commander see how the miners suffer.”

When Enlil and his Vizier, Nusku, arrived, “‘Let us unnerve Enlil,’ mine-working heros shouted.  ‘Of the heavy work let him relieve us.  Let us proclaim war, with hostilities let us gain relief.’  To their tools they set fire, fire to their axes they put.”  They held Ennugi hostage and, with tools as torches, surrounded the house Enlil occupied.

Enlil beamed Anu to shuttle to Earth and shoot the miners’ leaders and their instigator (implying Enki).

The miners wouldn’t say who led or incited them, but Anu felt for them.  Ninurta wanted new miners from Nibiru.  Enki said, instead, “Let us create a Lulu, a primitive worker, the hardship to take over, let the Being the toil of the Anunnaki carry on his back.  The Being that we need, it already exists.  All that we have to do is put on it the mark of our essence [genes], thereby a Lulu, a Primitive Worker, shall be created! [ZS, Enki: 124 -127; Encounters: 347- 380]

Enki showed Erectus to Enlil and Ninurta, “Ningishzidda, my son, their fashioning essence [DNA structure] has tested; akin to ours it is, like two serpents it is entwined.  When with our life essence shall be combined, our mark upon them shall be, a Primitive Worker shall be created.  Our commands will he understand.  Our tools he will handle, the toil in the excavations he shall perform, to the Anunnaki in the Abuzu relief shall come.” [ZS, Enki: 130]

(Ningishzidda carving below)


Enlil objected.  “Don’t create slaves.  Slavery has from Nibiru long been ended.  Tools are slaves, not other beings.”  Ninurta told Enki, “Make machines, not slaves.” [ZS, Wars: 130]  “Earthlings we create,” said Enki, “shall helpers, not slaves, be.”

Enlil shouted, “To create hybrid beings is in The Rules Of Planet Journeys forbidden.”

The early experiments with genetic engineering created many failures and some viable creatures–griffin, cyclop, merpeople, minotar.

Enki and Ningishzidda serviced Erectus women but failed to impregnate them.  So Enki and Ningishzidda gathered their own seed, and, in test tubes, fertilized Erectus ova to create zygotes.  Then they planted the zygotes in Erectus women.  The first babies born of the Erectus women lacked vision, hand dexterity or internal functioning.  To beat these defects, Ninmah created the next zygote in a vessel of copper and African clay instead of a test tube.

But this zygote grew into a child who couldn’t talk. [ZS, The 12th Planet, 352]]

Then Enki planted a copper/clay vessel-grown zygote in Ninmah’s womb, rather than an Erectus’ or in an incubation box, to see if the baby Ninmah bore could speak.  “In the clay vessel the admixture they made, the oval of an Earth female with Anunnaki male essence they put together.  The fertilized egg into the womb of Ninmah by Enki was inserted.  There was conception.

“To a male child Ninmah birth was giving. Enki the boy child held in his hands, the image of perfection was he.  He slapped the newborn on his hindparts; the newborn uttered proper sounds.  He handed the newborn to Ninmah. ‘My hands have made it!’ victoriously she shouted.” [ZS, Wars 138 – 139]

Adamu [“one like South African Earth’s clay”–a red shade], he had smooth and dark red (not black, not white) skin and black hair (Nibirans, in contrast, were white-skinned and blue-eyed).  Adamu’s “malehood; odd was its shape, by a skin was its forepart surrounded, unlike that of Anunnaki malehood it was. ‘Let the Earthling from us Anunnaki by this foreskin be distinguished.’  So was Enki saying.” [ZS, Divine Encounters 47; Enki 139; Tellinger, Slave Species: 251]

Once she had Adamu, the prototype for the primitive worker, Ninmah radioed the Med Center at Shurubak; she needed seven doctors who’d volunteer their wombs to grow offspring of Adamu.  “‘His essence alone as a mold shall be!’ so was Enki saying.”  Ninmah and the women swore they’d love and support the babes they’d bare. [ZS, Enki 141]

“In seven vessels of the clay of Abzu [Africa] made, Ninmah ovals [zygotes which Ningishzidda’s and Enki’s sperm fertilized] of the two-legged females placed.  The life essences of Adamu she extracted bit by bit in the vessels she it inserted.  Then in the malepart of Adamu an incision she made, a drop of blood to let out.

‘Let this a Sign of Life be; that Flesh and Soul have combined let it forever proclaim.’  She squeezed the malepart for blood, one drop in each vessel to the admixture she added.  ‘In this clay’s admixture, Earthling with Anunnaki shall be bound.  To a unity shall the two essences, one of Heaven, one of Earth, together be brought.’  In the wombs of the birth-giving heroines the fertilized ovals were inserted.”  Ninmah cut Adamu’s seven healthy boys from their wombs.  [ZS, Enki 141; 12th Planet: 352]


To create a female, Ningishzidda planted another zygote, prepared with Adamu’s blood, in Damkina, and, when it grew to a viable female fetus, excised her.  Ninmah named the hybrid Ti-Amat (Mother of Life), a sandy-blonde. [Tellinger, Slave Species: 452]

Ningishizidda put ova from Ti-Amat into seven test-tubes.

He planted them in the same doctors who’d borne the hybrid males.  All the surrogate mothers carried female hybrids, which he removed surgically.   When he told the doctors he needed their wombs again, Ninmah objected, “For my heroines too burdensome is baring more Earthlings. Too few are the heroines to bare numbers enough to work mines.”

Enki brought Adamu and Ti-Amat to Edin but left the seven female and the eight male hybrids made from Adamu’s and Ti-Amat’s gametes together in an enclosure at his African lab. They copulated often, but the females didn’t conceive.

Nibiran Astronauts who again worked the mines threatened mutiny if Enki and Ningishzidda didn’t bring workers to relieve them.  Under pressure, at the Med Center in Shurubak, Ningishzidda compared Nibiran genes and genes from Adamu and Ti-Amat.  He found the genes for reproduction.  Nibiran females had a recessive XY chromosomal allele in their genotype whereas Ti-Amat had only XX.

To make the hybrids breedable, Ningishzidda anesthetized Enki, Ninmah and Ti-Amat.  “From the rib of Enki the life essence he extracted; into the rib of Adamu the life essence he inserted.  From the rib of Ninmah the life essence he extracted; into the rib of Ti-Amat the life essence He inserted.

He proudly declared, ‘To their Tree of Life two branches have been added, with  procreating powers their life essencs are now entined .'” [ZS, Enki:148]

Enki, Ninmah and Ningishzidda hid how they’d altered Ti-Amat.  She and Adamu stayed in Enki’s Persian Gulf orchard, while her fetus gestated.  Ti-Amat made leaf-aprons for herself and Adamu.


Enlil saw Adamu and Ti-Amat wore aprons and made Enki explain.  Enki confessed; Ti-Amat’s fetus would, in turn, breed.  “The last bit of our life essence to these creatures you have given, to be like us in procreation knowing, perchance our [millions of years] life cycles on them to bestow,”  Enlil roared.  Enki’s team had exceeded Enlil’s okay to create mine slaves in test tubes or with surrogate Nibiran mothers.



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