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From Anunnaki: False Gods–Techno-Savvy ET s From the Planet Nibiru Who Came For Gold, Created Us From Their Genome to Work the Mines, Posed As Gods, Decided to Let Us Drown, But Then Decided to Breed Us to Work For Them” by Sasha Alex

Sometime around 54,000 B.C., Enki, Chief Scientist for the Goldmining Expedition from the planet Nibiru to Earth, lusted for BATANASH wife of LU-MACH, his Workmaster of Earthlings in Edin (Iraq).

Lu-Mach, whom Enlil, Commander of the Expedition, ordered to force the Earthlings to work more for less food, they said they’d kill Lu-Mach. So, to protect him and Batanash, Enki sent Lu-Mach to Marduk, Enki’s son, in Babylon. There, Marduk would teach Lu-Mach how to build cities.

To “protect” Batanash, Enki sent her to his sister Ninmah at the Medical complex of Shurubak, “from the angry Earthling masses protected and safe to be. Thereafter Enki Ninmah in Shurubak was quick to visit.

“On the roof of a dwelling where Batanash was bathing, Enki by her loins took hold, he kissed her, his semen into her womb he poured.” From this encounter, she bore Ziusudra (Noah).  [ZS, Enki: 204]

When Lu-Mach returned to Edin, “to him Batanash the son showed. White as the snow his skin was. Like the skies were his eyes, in a brilliance his eyes were shining.” Lu-Mach complained, “A son unlike an Earthling to Batanash was born. Is one of the Igigi [astronauts from Nibiru] his father?”

 Batanash swore “None of the Igigi fathered the boy.”

Ziusudra,” Lu-Mach’s father added, “will the Earthlings guide through the Ice Age .” [ZS, Enki: 204]

Ninmah loved and cared for Ziusudra; Enki taught him to read Adapa’s writings.

Crops dried-up, Earthlings starved, plagues killed many. “Diseases overcame humans. But Ninmah [said]Let us the Earthlings curing teach, how themselves to remedy to learn.’”

Enlil refused. “‘Let the earthlings by hunger and pestilence perish.’ In his mind the stay of the Anunnaki on Earth was nearing an end and he would rather wipe out all life before they departed for Nibiru.

“Nothing grew and winds, heat and drought haunted them. Tremors and quakes became regular events.”

Enki implored Enlil, “The Earthlings let us show the dredging of ponds and canals for surviving drought and famine.”

“You”, Enlil sneered, “thwarted my orders and Earthlings created.  Marduk–your eldest–the Igigi with the armies they breed with the daughters of Adapa challenge me. No ponds, no canals. For Marduk, no more soldiers; let them starve, every one. When we sated with Earth’s gold return to Nibiru return, leave no Earthling subjects for Marduk, no force for him, the homeplanet to invade.” [ZS,Enki: 204 -205; Tellinger, Slave Species: 470]

The Earthlings at Shurubak (where Ziusudra lived under Enki’s and Ninmah’s tutilage) sent Ziusudra to Enki at the Persian Gulf for help.

Enki said he couldn’t openly help and told them, but “the policy of Enlil protest, worship of the gods boycott.”

Enki covertly fed Earthlings from his corn. He gave them access to the seas and taught them to fish there.

Enlil confronted Enki who protested that he didn’t know how Earthlings learned to fish in the seas.

Unable, then, to starve the Earthlings to extinction, Enlil planned to let the Nibiru’s next nearing destroy them.   when the Nibirans quit the mines and left Earth. [ZS, Enki:206; 1978, 12th Planet:292 -294]

Each 3,600 years Nibiru neared Solaris and triggered volcanos on Nibiru, launched huge flares on Solarus and disturbed the atmosphere and lands of Mars and Earth. Enki’s son Nergal reported from the south tip of Africa that the Antarctic ice sheet slid toward the ocean and would, next approach of Nibiru, slip into the sea and generate surges that would reverberate and inundate all Earth except great peaks.

Enlil said the Expedition sent Nibiru enough gold. Nibirans could return home. The sea would drown the Earthlings. (to be continued)

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