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(Continued from Tablet 11; hotlinked, just click it)

Tablet 12 has 6 Parts; view them, then the following article–or vice versa




Tablet 12, Part 1

Tablet 12, Part 2

Tablet 12, Part 3

Tablet 12, Part 4

Tablet 12, Part 5

Tablet 12, Part 6


As a result of the 8670 B.C. peace treaty concluding the defeat of the Enkiites in the Great Pyramid, Enki replaced Marduk with Ningishzidda, Enki’s son with Enlil’s granddaughter Ereshkigal.  Ningishzidda had refused to fight for Marduk and Enki against Ereshkigal’s paternal uncle, Ninurta.  The Enlilites could accept Ningishzidda, though an Enkiite, to rule Egypt, since his mother, Ereshkigal, was an Enlilite.  Both lineages okayed Ningishzidda as Nile Delta ruler.

Enlil ordered all astronavigational communications and guidance equipment stay in lands he and his Enlilites ruled.  Astronauts who’d sided with Marduk must leave the Landing Place in Lebanon as well as Canaan.  Treaty concluded, Enki and sons left for Africa [ZS, Enki: 260, Wars: 174 -176]

Enlil chose Mount Mashu, just north of Giza (the site became Annu, then Heliopolis) for a new rocket beacon to replace the beacon Ninurta wrecked at the Giza Pyramid. Ninurta installed the crystals he’d salvaged from Giza for the new beacon and topped the mountain with the Gug Stone (“Stone of Directing, Mount of the Supreme Celestial Barque, the mount was called.”).  [ZS, Wars: 181-182; Enki: 263]


Ninlil, Ninurta, Adad, Nannar and Nannar’s wife, Ningal sat with Ninmah to hear Enlil divide Enlilite territory and hear who he’d appoint to rule Sumer, Lebanon and Canaan.

Ninurta–Enlil’s declared successor–and Nannar–Enlil’s firstborn by his offical spouse–clashed.  Enlil, recall, had made Ninurta Campion and made Nannar, who’d supported Anzu’s rebellion, swear loyalty to the Champ.  Then Enlil  banished Nannar from Ur.  Now, however, Ningal got Enlil to restore Sinai, Canaan and Syria to Nannar.  [ZS, Wars: 178-180]

Enlil chose Utu to run the new Mission Control at Jerusalem, “central in the Divine Grid that made the comings and goings between Earth and Nibiru.  Jerusalem pinpointed the middle line, the Landing Path, equidistant from the Landing Platform in Lebanon and the Spaceport.” [ZS, Wars: 180-181;  Enki: 264]

Enlil kept Adad as chief in Lebanon and the Landing Place at Baalbek and lands north, south and east of Lebanon (where Igigi astronauts and their hybrid familes lived).

Inanna erupted when Enki chose Ningishzidda to replace Marduk as Lord of Nile Lands.  She and Dumuzi, she shouted, should’ve ruled the Upper Nile “Against Marduk the war I led; that entitles me to my own domain,” she roared.

The Enlilite leaders beamed Anu on Nibiru.  He’d not visited Earth for 7,000 Earth Years.  “To Earth come,” Enlil pleaded, “Deal with Inanna.”

“How Inanna’s demands the leaders contemplated.  Regarding the Earth and its resettling, words with Anu [on Nibiru] they exchanged.

“From the time of the Deluge [11,000B.C.] almost two Shars [7200 years] passed.  Earthlings proliferated, from mountainlands to dried lowlands.  Of Civilized Mankind Ziusudra there were descendants, with Anunnaki seed they were intermixed.  Offspring of the Igigi who intermarried roamed about.  In the distant lands Ka-in’s kinfolk survived.

“Few and lofty were the Anunnaki who from Nibiru had come, few were their perfect [genetically unmixed with Earthlings] descendants.  How over Mankind lofty to remain, how to make the many the few obey and serve.  About all that, about the future the leaders with Anu words exchanged.  To come to Earth Anu decided.” [ZS, Enki: 264 -265]

In the 7000 years since the Deluge, the Nibirans reclaimed Sumer.  They rebuilt on the silt that covered their predeluvian homes–Enki’s Eridu and Enlil’s Nibru-ki.  For Anu’s visit to Earth, they built Unug-ki, a temple in Uruk where neither Enki nor Enlil ruled.

3800 B.C., 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 [orbits of Nibiru 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], that hold  knowledge of more than one hundred aspects of civilization–confining advancement to Eridu [Enki’s fief] and its people only.”

Anu said, “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 told Ninmah, Enlil and King Anu, “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?’

For the Creator of All did Galzu appear.”  Ninmah said. The Creator planned, she said, for the Nibirans to hybridize with Erectus.

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  Man, not Anunnaki to inherit the Earth is destined, let us destiny help.

“Give Mankind knowledge…secrets of heaven and Earth them teach.  Laws of justice and righteousness teach them then depart and LEAVE [ZS, Enki: 271, 275]


On his sixth day on Earth, Anu called Ninmah, Enlil and Enki to the palace they’d built him.

Enlil told Anu of abundant gold in the Andes.

Enlil, Anu, Ninmah and Enki realized the Creator of All had, via Galzu, ordained they protect and develop the hybrid Earthlings they created in the lab and in bed. They decided:

Knowledge Mankind to provide.  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 precincts a priesthood to establish, the Anunnaki as lofty lords to serve and worship.  Secret knowledge to be taught, civilization to Mankind convey.”

Nibirans “brought down from heaven symbols of Anu’s military dictator-kingship: divine headdress (crown, tiara); scepter of staff (symbol of power, authority); and coiled measuring cord (representing Justice); these symbols appear in divine investiture depictions at all times in which the god or goddess grants these objects to a new king.” [ZS, Enki, 271 – 272; Giants: 127]

The Anunnaki turned Earthlings’ palace-servant duties into religious rituals that persist to this day.  “Serving meats on the Anunnaki table became burnt offerings.   The table became an altar.  The transportation of the local Anunnaki ruler on a dias became a procession of statues.  The Anunnaki palaces became temples.” [Freer, Sapiens Arising]

Anu decreed four regions, three–Sumer, Egypt and Africa, and Indus Valley–whom Ziusudra’s descendants would govern for the Nibirans.

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.  By 7400 B.C. Shem, and his successors ran nations from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean.  Around 3800 B.C., 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 would rule 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 from the highlands and spreading 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: Ninmah reigned in The forth region, Tilmun (Sinai).  Anu reserved Sinai for Nibirans and their descendants.   [ZS, Wars: 129-135; Enki: 271 – 272]


“Anu to his great-granddaughter Inanna took a liking; he drew her 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 how to 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] 

When archeologists excavated Uruk, they “found [Earth’s] first colored pottery baked in a kiln, first use of a potters wheel, first cylinder seal5 , first inscriptions in the pictorial predecessor of cuneiform.”   

But 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: 279]

Anu and Antu flew (In the skyship he’d leave to Inanna) with Ninurta to the Tiahuanancu 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.”  [ZS, Lost Realms: 255; Enki : 272 -275; Journeys: 206] 


Anu ordered Marduk from exile in North America to Tiahuanaco.  Anu’s predecessor Alalu, remember, had married Enki to his daughter Damkina and she bore Marduk.  Though Alalu and Anu agreed Marduk would succeed Alalu as Nibiru’s King, Anu deposed Alalu.  Marduk enraged Nibiru when he married hybrid Adapite Earthling, Sarpanit.  Then Marduk supported the Igigi when they seized 200 Earthling wives and at Baalbek.  The Nibiran Council punished Marduk: banned him and forbade him to ever rule Nibiru.

Anu thought he hurt Marduk when he favored Marduk’s brothers Dumuzi and Ningishzidda and invited them, but not Marduk, to Nibiru.  Anu wondered if “by Dumuzi and Ningishzidda to Nibiru inviting, Marduk’s ire I myself have caused. ”

Marduk and Nabu came to the King and told him Sarpanit died.  Anu pardoned Marduk and commuted his exile. [ZS, Enki: 272] 

“Anu said, ‘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: 275]

After Anu and Antu flew back to Nibiru, their rocket filled with gold, Marduk raged at the regions of influence Anu gave his rivals.  Marduk said Inanna blamed him for Dumuzi’s death which she herself caused.  Now, Marduk whined, Inanna consorted with Anu, who gave her reign over the Indus Basin, as well as Uruk.  Enlil told Adad to guard the Enlilite South American facilities from Marduk while the other Nibiran Earth Mission leaders returned to Sumer. [ZS, Enki: 275-276]


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.

Ninurta asked Enki at Eridu for computer programs (MEs) he needed for a city.  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.

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 now upleveled Sumerian Civilization; they 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.”

Ninurta’s staff taught Earthlings to use petroleum–bitumens and asphalts–that just oozed out of the ground in Sumer as fuel for kilns.  With the kilns, men made molds and bronze objects.  They used petrol for to surface roads, to make cement, to calk and water-proof buildings and even make artificial lapis lazuli.

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, Planet:12- 49]


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