Zecharia Sitchin


by Sasha Alex Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)


In 3840 BCE, Anu, King of the planet Nibiru, visited Earth, over which he’d appointed his son, Enlil, Commander of the ongoing Goldmining Expedition (the Anunnaki) which had adapted the Nibiran genome to Earth to make us Earthlings.   

On Earth, in a temple in Uruk (Iraq) the Anunnaki built for him, Anu took his great granddaughter Inanna as lover.  He gave her the temple.  When Anu left, Inanna seduced her Uncle, Chief Scientist Enki, to give her the master computer programs she wanted to make her Sumer’s supreme Anunnaki (from Turkey to Lebanon).   

Inanna, the King ordered, would also rule the Indus Valley as a grain-source for the other regions.  She shuttled between the Indus and her fief in Uruk.  She ruled Sumer in Enlil’s behalf until she proclaimed she ruled Earth, supreme over both Enlil and even Anu.  

Enlil sent cavalry his son Ninurta had trained against Inanna and they beat her in 2250 BCE.

Indus map asia and near east

From 3300 to 1900 BCE, 1000 cities in the Indus Valley extended over an area twice size of France.  The people of this civilization kept had cattle, sheep and goats. Each village had a crafts area, markets, jewlers’stalls. Inanna’s Indus Valley cities–Harappa, Mohenjo Daro and Dholavira and their agricultural village hinterlands–stretched over a million square kilometers 3000 kilometer along the Indus River.  In Mohenjo Daro, 40,000 people concentrated in one square kilometer.  

Indus Valley Civilization lacked caches of weapons and had instead a multitude of toys, musical instruments, metal tools, scales, pottery, jewelry, cloth, wheeled carts, statuary and caches of grain for commerce.  

Boats from Dholavira traded all the way to the Arabian Peninsula.  Indus Valley civilization smelted and traded copper, bronze, lead and tin. 


Mohenjo Daro map

Roads that intersected at right angles connected residential blocks in Mohenjo Daro–a city of 40,000 in one square kilometer. Gutters and rubbish bins lined the roads. The main street kept nine meters width.  Atop the highest hill, where residents retreated from periodic Indus flooding, Mohenjo featured a huge public bath. Mohenjo had eighty public toilets and a sewage system that serviced the entire city. In the residential area, every house had its own tile bathtub and its own well.  

Mohenjo Daro
Mohenjo Daro

Mohenjo Daro2

Along the Indus, Inanna’s people grew barley, wheat, melons, peas, sesame seeds, cotton, cattle, buffalo, sheep and goats.



Harappa featured two-stories high, baked brick identical houses with flat roofs; each with windows that overlooked a courtyard. Outside walls lacked windows. Each home had its own private drinking well and its own private bathroom. Clay pipes ran from the bathrooms to sewers under the roads. The sewers drained into streams.



Sixteen meter high brick walls surrounded Dohlavira, a commercial city of 48 acres surrounded with a population of. 20,000. Dohlavira contained grain-storage bins and reservoirs with flood control dams.  The largest reservoir was 7 meters deep,79 long. 

The dams kept water around the city for grapes (they made raisins) barley, wheat, peas, cotton and sesame seed crops and flowed downhill from the highest reservoir to lower ones. Rainwater channeled down a city-wide collector reservoir. Dikes diverted an ancient river–the Ghaggar–to water the area between Indus and Ganges.

Mohenjo Daro Reconstruction






Indus Valley cities featured reservoirs and multi-storied fired-brick buildings laid out along a grid of wide brick-paved streets with run-off gutters.


These cities decorated with Enlil’s bull and images of Inanna.



Bull at Mohenjo, symbol of the Enlilite lineage to which Inanna, Enlil’s son’s daughter, belonged.






The buildings in Indus cities included a  huge assembly hall, a fortified citiadel,  artisans’ quarters, levies for flood protection, granaries, public baths and eighty public toilets kept clean with a plumbing system that gave each residential dwelling a bath and indoor toilet.        

A nuclear strike destroyed Dholavira, the city with access to the Indus’ seaport as recorded in The Mahabharata.  

Radioactive skeletons of nuclear war victims in Mohenjo streets
Radioactive skeletons of nuclear war victims in Mohenjo streets


The youtube places the nuclear wipe out to 30,000 years ago, way before the 2024 BCE war Enlil inflicted upon Marduk’s domains.  In Mohenjo, people died holding hands in the streets–no burials afterward witness the complete genocide.  A skeleton from the site had 50 times normal radioactivity.  “When excavations of Harappa and Mohenjo Daro reached street level, they discovered skeletons scattered about the city, sprawling in the streets.  Some instant horrible doom killed its inhabitants.”

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