Story so far: 13,000 years ago, “in the Whiteland, at the Earth’s bottom, off its foundation, the [Antarctic] icesheet slipped. By Nibiru’s netforce it was pulled into the south sea. A tidal wave arose, northward spreading.” “The tidal wave, several hundred metres high, moved northward from Antarctica at 500 km per hour, like a giant circle around the world; it destroyed all lands lower than 2,000 metres above sea level.” [Tellinger, Slave Species: 472 – 473]. “The boat of Ziusudra the tidal wave from its moorings lifted. Though completely submerged, not a drop of water into it did enter. For forty days, waves and storms swept Earth, downing everything on the planet except those on mountaintops and in Ziusudra’s boat.” [ZS, Enki: 227]
Ninagal, Enki’s son who piloted the ark, surfaced it, raised sail and steered to Mt Ararat or “Mount al-Judi, the modern Cudi Dag, close to the Turkish-Syrian border.” [Collins, 2014: 263]
The orbiting Anunnaki surveyed the flood’s results.
Enki and Enlil descended in helicopters (whirlwinds) from their rockets.
“When Enlil the survivors saw, Ninagal among them, `Every Earthling had to perish’, he with fury shouted.” Enki, Elils saw, defied him, disobeyed his order to let all Earthlings drown. Nibiru’s perigee threatened the survival of the Anunnaki on Earth, critical for its gold for survival on the homeplanet. The perigee also, he’d heard on his comm unit, again had torn away Nibiru’s shield of gold powder.
Nonetheless, Enlil blinded himself in rage, his default emotion. In his fit, Enlil showed “not a speck of understanding.” Instead, he fixated on Enki’s defiance of his order, as commander of Earth, that we Earthlings hadn’t perished. Enki must die for treason.
“At Enki with anger he lunged, to kill his brother with bare hands he was ready.”
Ninagal messaged Ninmah and Ninurta, “Bring your whirlers down quick.”
“‘He is no mere mortal, my son he is’, Enki to Ziusudra pointing.
“To a wall,’ said Enki, “I spoke, not Ziusudra.’”
Ninurta and Ninmah restrained the raging commander. Enki told them he’d seen Galzu in a dream, then, when he woke, found next to his bed, a file that showed how Ziusudra should build the sub.
Together, Enki, Ninurta and Ninmah convinced Enlil “The survival of mankind the will of the Creator of All must be.”
“Only when Enki put his arguments at a pragmatic level that the egotistic Enlil could understand explains that ‘the seed of mankind’ is the survival asset of the Anunnaki, and it is in their interest to have Earthlings to repopulate the Earth, does the infantile Enlil start thinking. Then he Ziusudra and his sons, ‘Be fruitful, multiply, replenish the Earth.’ Having saved his face in front of the surviving Earthlings, they have to rebuild. No pondering; no self-examination; no analysis or recapitulation of the chain of events; no learning process. Only emotional reactivity. Pride and self-confidence intact, as if nothing had happened” [DNA 113 to115; Enki: 228, 229].
He is no mere mortal, my son he is,</i>' Enki to Ziusudra pointing. <i>To a reed wall I spoke, not Ziusudra.‘” Ninurta and Ninmah restrained Enlil. Enki told them he’d seen Galzu in a dream, then, when he woke, found next to his bed, a tablet that showed how Ziusudra should build the submersible.
Together, Enki, Ninurta and Nimah convinced Enlil “The survival of mankind the will of the Creator of All must be.” [ZS, Enki: 228 – 229].
When the floodwaters receded, they left the uplands intact but left the spaceport at Sippar, all of Sumer and African goldmines under mud and silt. Earthlings at low elevations had drowned. Less than a thousand Earthlings dug alive from mountain caves to a world of mud that ruined for gathering and hunting. [Freer: Sapiens Arising:110]
People with Ziusudra on Ararat, hybrid astronaut/Igigi-Earthling families who fled to Mesopotamia’s mountains and the descendants of Ka-in at the Peruvian refinery and spaceport lived. Nibirans in charge of the Andean space and refining facilities helped “the few Andean survivors upon the high peaks to repopulate the continent.
New, postdeluvial arrivals came by sea. A leader called NAYAMLAP [Ninurta] led his people across the Pacific in a fleet of boats made of balsa wood, guided by a green stone through which the Great God delivered navigational and other instructions. Landfall was Cape Santa Helena in Ecuador.” Nayalap, “instructed the people in farming, building and handicrafts.”
In North America, Hopi, as well remember a “ handful of their ancestral Flood survivors digging out of cave shelters to start over.” [Freer, N., 2008, Sapiens Rising: 109 – 110; ZS:Time: 263]
“All the Anunnaki built in the past 432,000 years was buried under miles thick mud.” Of their settlements, only the stone Landing Platform [Baalbek] in Lebanon, survived intact.” [ZS, Enki: 230; Cosmic Code: 54]
More on the Gods of Old: Anunnaki: Gods No More by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)