Sasha Lessin, Ph. D.
Study of Zecharia
Sitchin's 2002 epic
The LOST BOOK OF ENKI:
Memoirs and Prophecies of an Extraterrestrial God
& MARDUK FIGHT TO RULE EARTH
Story So Far:
In Egypt, where Marduk ruled,
he learned Inanna told the hybrids that gods like her
lived forever. He watched yearning for immortality obsess
Gilgamesh and other hybrid demigods. Gods were just
super-long-lived; they died after millenia or could be
killed anytime. They had, from the perspective of
Earth-dwellers, extreme longevity, not immortality. Life
even shortened for gods and their hybrid descendants on
Earth. But to shorter-lived hybrids even those descended
from Ziasudra and even more so to humans of less exalted
ancestry, the gods seemed immortal.
used his kings' wishes to live forever to control them.
If loyal, they'd be mummified like Dumuzi and, Marduk
vowed, he'd rocket them to Nibiru to share eternity with
the gods there. The cult he gave them focused them to
unify all Egypt for him against Inanna and the Enilites. [Sitchin,
Z., 2002, The Lost Book of
Enki, pages 295]
(Essay 38) Resumes
CONSOLIDATES HER HEGEMONY
Inanna and her lineage, the Enlilites, ran
Sumer. The Council of Twelve put Inanna's
Father's Brother, Uncle Adad, in charge of
the landing place at Baalbek (Lebanon). The
Counsel gave her father, Nannar/Sin,
control of the Sinai energy source (Heavenly
Bright Object) and the spaceport there.
Inanna with her weapons,
armies and powers of immortality held the kingship of Sumer, the
First Region, for 1000 years. Here she and the Enlilites ruling the
tributary temple cities,
demanded Earthlings worship and serve the gods and their
EGYPT: MARDUK/RA, GOD
GENERATING ALL OTHERS, OFFERS PHARAOHS IMMORTALITY
But in Egypt (Second
Region), where Marduk had retreated and
deposed Thoth, Marduk allowed worship of one supreme deity: the
god Ra aka Marduk, "So did Marduk, as Ra, above all
other gods himself emplace, their powers and attributes he to
himself assigned. ''What has you overpowered?' Enki to his
son Marduk said. 'Unheard of are your pretensions!'
''The heavens my
Marduk answered. The coming Age of the Ram," his sign,
Marduk asserted, proclaims my rule.
[Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, pages 290,
The Nibirans and their
Earthlings examined the heavens and found the sun still rose in
the constellation the Bull, marking Enlil's rule; not the Ram,
Marduk's constellation. Marduk and his son Nabu nevertheless,
mobilized their humans to challenge the Enlilites.
INANNA & SARGON EXTEND HER
POWER OVER MOST OF MESOPOTAMIA
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."
The Lost Book of Enki, page 300].
In 2400 B.C., Inanna
chose her gardener, Sargon, the Akkadian warrior king, to
lead her slave armies and Sumer. He rose from gardener
to king when he raped her and she enjoyed it.
that Enlil’s son Nannar fathered both Sargon and Inanna,
so Enlil easily ratified Sargon to rule Sumer.
Of Heaven and Earth, Z. Sitchin, Ed., page 95]
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 joins powerful aggressive
Adapite men to lead her armies.
Inanna got Grandfather Enlil
to okay her choice of Sargon as Sumer’s king. Sargon,
she said, would unite Sumer’s cities and protect
Enlilite lords the cities served.
Sargon and Inanna built their capital, Agade in Akkad
(near Babylon). They subdued all Mesopotamia except
Lagash, her Uncle Ninurta’s fief. She led their
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 (ncluding Hebrew and Arabic).
Wars of Gods and Men,
page 10 -11].
B.C., while Marduk built an armie in Egypt, King Sargon
invaded Marduk's empty stronghold, Babylon. To show his
distain for Marduk, the king ceremoniously filled an urn
with Babylon’s soil and marched off to plant it in Agade
Marduk, recall, had left Babylon
in 3450 B.C. only if Nergal, Inanna and their hybrids
stayed out of Babylon. But now Sargon "took away the
soil for another Gateway to the Gods
Launch Rockets to Nibiru]."
Inanna, through Sargon and Babylon’s dirt showed herself
ready build a launch site and take interpanetary power
There Were Giants Upon The Earth,
and Sargon Conquer
[Sitchin, Z., 1985,
The Wars of Gods and Men, page 256]
Marduk and Nabu returned from Egypt
to Babylon. They fortified the city and
diverted rivers 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
"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." She and
Sargon fought Marduk. Inanna and Marduk both loosed lazers
on each other’s slave armies [Sitchin,
Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 301.
"While Inanna remained
gorgeous and enticing, Sargon began to age and drink
too much. Inanna watched helplessly 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
[Ferguson, V., "Inanna Returns," in Of Heaven and Earth,
Z. Sitchin, Ed., page 97]
INANNA & NERGAL PLAN TO RULE
The Anunnaki Council asked Marduk’s
brother, Nergal of Kuth, to disarm Marduk and Babylon.
Nergal and his retinue of Black Earthlings left south Africa for
En route to Babylon, Nergal visited Inanna in Uruk. Though
she was Enlilite and he an Enkiite, Nergal (an
Enkiite) allied himself with her against his brother, Marduk
(also of Enki's lineage). Marduk ruled Egypt, above Nergal
and Erkeshkigal's realm in the South of Africa, and Marduk's
claim to rule all Earth alarmed Nergal. And Nergal found
Inanna alluring. It was not surprising
then, that Nergal and Inanna became lovers. The lovers,
one of the house of Enlil, one of the house of Enki, together
planned Marduk’s defeat. They also planned to conquer all
Earth for themselves.
When Nergal left Inanna, he
and his men continued to Babylon, where Marduk greeted them.
promised Marduk, if he'd leave Babylon immediately for South
could get weapons and
computers hidden there since the Deluge . Marduk
took the bait and left for South Africa.
Babylon, Marduk, on platform, holds both a weapon and a
symbol of welcome as he greets Brother Nergal (who's also
armed) up from Kuth to manipulate Marduk to leave his
bastion for the weapons and computers hidden in South
Africa since the Deluge (drawing
is by ancient artist, copied from Sitchin, Z.,1985, The Wars of
Gods and Men, page:252).
As soon as Marduk left
Babylon for South Africa, Nergal broke into Marduk's control room
and snatched his "brilliance" (energy radiation source), which
controlled the irrigation system for all Mesopotamia.
Nergal's father, banished Nergal back to Africa, but Nergal left
a garrison of his African men near Babylon, where
they could aid Inanna. Inanna then publicly, "to defy the authority of Anu and Enlil,
abrogated their rules and regulations and declared herself Supreme
[Ancient text, Queen of all the MEs;
Sitchin, Z., 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men, page 254]
In 2291 B.C., "In the First
Region [Mesopotamia], Enlil and Ninurta absent were, to the lands beyond the
oceans Inanna and Nergal went; In the Second Region
[the Nile], Ra was away, as Marduk
in other lands he traveled; Her chance in her hands to seize all
powers Inanna envisioned."
Inanna, Naram-Sin (Sargon's grandson) and the
Akkadian armies captured Baalbek, the Landing Platform
in Lebanon. Then they dashed along the Mediterranean
coast for the Sinai Spaceport and inland for Mission
Control in Jerusalem. The Akkadians crossed the
forbidden Forth Region, the region taboo to Earthlings
(across the Jordan from Tell Ghassul, the private city
of the igigi astronauts' and their hybrid wives).
In Sumer, only Ninurta's city, Lagash
"beyond the reach of Inanna’s ambitions" and "protected
by the best-trained soldiers in the land" held out
against Inanna and Naram-Sin
There Were Giants Upon The Land,
page 274] .
Then Inanna and the
Akkadians conquered Jerico.
Jerico switched alliance from Inanna's father, Nannar, to her.
Inanna's armies, under
Naram-Sin, joined Nergal's Kuthians, and conquered Egypt.
In 2255 B.C., Inanna recaptured Uruk, destroyed Anu's temple and sent Naram-Sin to attack Enlil's minions
at Nippur. She thus declared herself supreme to even Anu,
King of Nibiru and father of Enlil, her father's father.
Enlil commanded his son
Ninurta and Ninurta's calvalry and army of Gutiums (from the Zagros
Mountains of northeast Mesopotamia) to reconquer Sumer and
kill all Earthlings in Akkad/Agade. Ninurta's
forces laid waste to most of Sumer; they spared only Ninurta's
Enlil ordered death for Inanna's strongman,
King Naram-Sin, for his attack on Nippur. Enlil's agents
got a scorpion to sting and kill the King.
Enlil also ordered Inanna
arrested. But Granddaughter Inanna claimed sanctuary with her parents--her father Nannar
(a son of Enlil) and Ningal, her mother. Inanna next fled to Nergal's
where she and Nergal spent seven years plotting
new ways to overthrow the Council.
"Humans had little choice but to follow the instructions
from their brutal gods who showed no regard for human life.
Clashes between the gods almost always involved humans, who
never knew the reasons for warring against their neighbors.
of one group of earthlings against another initiated by
their god set the behavioral pattern for all future human
Humankind perceived this kind of activity as ‘the normal
thing to do’ to invade and conquer your neighbour’s
[sic.: That's how South Africans spell] land.
"God would command his people to invade and attack, giving
his human armies the excuse that they were vile and evil and
they were sinful against god. But this god would differ from
land to land, demanding total obedience from humans, or they
would be punished. This led to the worship of many different
gods by people of the biblical lands as they worshiped the
specific gods who led them into battle or out of harms way.
This worshiping would lead to retribution from some other
Anunnaki god with a higher rank, demanding that people
worship only him. And so the clashes between groups of
people continue..."[Tellinger, M., 2008,
Slave Species of god, pages 502 -503]
The Gutians who
subdued Inanna's rebellion of 2255 B.C. and Gutian calvary
supported Ninurta's rebuilding of Sumer
returned to the Zagros Mountains in 2160B.C. .[Sitchin,
Z., 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men, pages
From 2220 B.C. on, Ninurta developed high
civilization in Lagash.
"From Lagash, Ninurta restored Elilite
authority and brought a century of respite
to Sumer after the Inanna/Naram/Sin
upheavals, subject to relentless pressures
as Marduk continued to seek supremacy on
Earth." [Sitchin,Z., There Were
Giants Upon The Earth, page 274]
Ninurta's Kings in Lagash made laws
"that prohibited abuse of official powers,
'taking away' a widow's donkey" and
withholding day-workers' wages.
Lagash's kings had to maintain communal
buildings and irrigation and transportation
canals. Ninurta declared
and other festivals for
the whole populace. He and his kings
[Sitchin,Z., There Were Giants Upon The
Earth, page 274].
NINURTA'S LAGASH ENINNU TOUTS ENLILITE RULE 200 MORE
the Enlil lineage's rule in Sumer. He recruited an
anti-Marduk ally from the rival Enki lineage--Ningishzidda/Thoth,
whom Marduk, in 3100B.C., had deposed from Egypt .
As Enlil’s Champ and CEO,
Ninurta welcomed Thoth to Lagash. The Champion asked Thoth
to design bunkers for his new aircraft, Divine Black Bird,
whose firepower made it invincible in Sumer. Thoth drew two
bunkers enclosures, one for Ninurta’s Black Bird and one for
his "Awesome Weapon."
Ninurta also had Thoth build
an observatory next to the bunkers.
top of the domed observatory measured "star and planetary
positions after nightfall. 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[Sitchin,
Z., 2010, There Were Giants Upon The Earth, page
The equinoxes marked Zodiac Time shifts, which Ninurta
touted. Zodiac Time stretched his rule of Sumer longer than
Celestial Time. The E.Ninnu’s sight-lines would show the Sun
crossing the line of Earth's orbit (ecliptic) from the
zone of The Bull star-constellation for the next 200 years.
Ninuta told Thoth,
stands for Enlil and
me, Enli’s Successor. When the sun rises in
The Bull, Enlil--through me--rules Earth.
named the temple "E.Ninnu--House/Temple of Fifty", affirming
himself as the "next Enlil with the Rank of Fifty, just
below Anu’s". In 2160 B.C. New Year’s
Ninurta and his wife, Bau, bestowed "immortality" on Gudea,
Lagash’s demigod, king who’d supervised construction.
the observatory would show the Bull of Enlil still
rules the heavens. O bservation from the E.ninnu will
prove the descendents of Enlil rightful rulers of Earth
Z., 2007, The End of Days, pages 40 - 49].
In Egypt, Marduk’s spy said. "Ninurta
finished the Eninnu."
his Observatory. Earth,
must honor Celestial Time, not the Eninnu's
Zodiac Time. My constellation, The Ram, is
coming. When the sun rises in The Ram's
segment of the horizon, I, not Enlilites
rule Sumer. In Celestial Time each zodiac
sign gets equal time as heaven's sign on the
horizon. Celestial time shows my Ram, not
Enlil's Bull, gets its turn and I get my
turn to rule. If I don't stop Ninurta and
Earth follows Zodiac Time where the Bull
stays on the Horizon longer (since The
Bull's stars cover a longer stretch of
horizon), Ninurta and the Enlilites will
rule two centuries more than they would by
deduces that Sargon was Inanna's half brother. Sargon's father
was also Inanna's: Nannar Sin. Inanna's grandfather, Enlil,
was Nannar's father. Thus Enlil found it easier to ratify
his hybrid descendant Sargon as ruler of most of Mesopotamia.
V., "Inanna Returns," in
Of Heaven and Earth, Z. Sitchin, Ed., page 95]