Anu Anunnaki Enki Enlil Zecharia Sitchin



Excerpt from Marduk: Anunnaki King of Earth by Sasha Alex Lessin, Ph.D. & Janet Kira Lessin









Adapa &Titi’s Other Kids Farmed to Anunnaki Royals

In addition to Abael and Ka-in, Titi (Daughter of Enki, Chief Scientist of the Nibiran Goldmining Expedition to Earth) bore 30 sons and daughters to her brother Adapa. At Enki’s palace in Eridu, Adapa taught these enhanced hybrids to write, do math, dig wells, prepare oils, play harp and flute. The Enkiites and Enlilites each claimed some of these trained Adapite men to oversee their cities.

Enki taught his Adapite assistant, Enkime, astronomy. Marduk rocketed Enkime to the Moon and Marsbase. Then the Enlilite Spaceport boss Utu co-opted Enkime to oversee the Earthlings at Sippar.


Enlil, Commander of the Expedition gave his Adapite overseer, Enmeduranki (the Bible’s Enoch) “secrets of Anu, Enlil and Enki, the Divine Tablet, the engraved secrets of Heaven and Earth. They taught him mathematics, astronomy and measurement of time.” Enmeduranki ran Nippur for Enlil. Enlil’s son Adad and grandson Utu flew Enmeduranki in their rocket [Time: 84, 135].

Enlil’s son Nannar chose bright Adapites to lead rituals that programmed the slaves to support, obey and worship the Anunnaki as gods.

As Chief Scientist of the Expedition, Enki kept libraries, trained teachers and kept banks of ME computer programs on physics, chemistry, metallurgy, geography, geology, earth sciences, biology and genetics. His libraries, at Eridu in Sumer and at the Observatory at Point Argulas, South Africa, “held more than one hundred MEs, knowledge arranged by subject.” Enki educated his six sons (Marduk, Nergal, Gibil, Ningishzidda, Dumuzi and Ninagal) so “each one of them became expert in one or more of these scientific secrets” [Time: 131].

Enki gave Marduk Egypt and let Nergal rule southern Africa. Enki kept Gibil (whom he’d taught metalworking) in northeastern Africa’s mining region. Enki awarded the Great Lakes and headwaters of the Nile to Ninagal. Enki gave the grazing region further north (Sudan) to his youngest son, Dumuzi [Wars: 126,127].



He proclaimed he’d marry Sarpanit, daughter of his dad’s protégé, Enkime.

Damkina, Marduk’s mom, said if he married Sarpanit “to Nibiru with his spouse he would never go. His princely rights on Nibiru he forever will forsake.

“To this Marduk with a bitter laugh responded, ‘My rights on Nibiru are nonexistent. Even on Earth my rights as firstborn have been trampled’[by Enlil and Ninurta].

Marduk would marry Sarpanit and ally with the Earthlings. He’d wield them as weapons. With them, he’d master Earth. Then he’d master Nibiru, his rightful kingdom, as well.

Enlil sent to Anu on Nibiru, “The Marduk-Sarpanit union forbid.”

Anu and his counselors, however, ruled, “On Nibiru Adapa, the maiden’s progenitor, could not stay. Therefore to return to Nibiru with her, Marduk must forever be barred. Marduk marry can, but on Nibiru a prince he shall no more be.”


Around 100,000 BCE, Enlil let Marduk and Sarpanit wed. Enlil ordered the couple, after the ceremony at Eridu, to retire to Egypt (henceforth Marduk’s fief) within Enki’s Africa.

“A great multitude of Civilized Earthlings in Eridu assembled. Young Igigi from Lahmu [Mars] in great numbers came.” Inanna, Enlil’s granddaughter, flirted with Enki’s son, Dumuzi, oblivious that the Igigi planned to seize power for Marduk [Enki: 198,199].

When the couple left for Egypt, each astronaut seized an Earthling woman.

Igigi Took Lebanon, Told Enlil: Okay Our Marriages or we’ll Bomb Earth.

The astronauts took the women back to Lebanon and “into a stronghold the place they made.” Shamgaz, their leader, radioed Enlil: “Bless our Earthling marriages or by fire all on Earth shall we shall destroy.”

Marduk, the astronaut’s commander, demanded Enlil stop calling the Igigi/captive unions “abductions” and ratify them as marriages. Enlil fumed but didn’t press the issue, as “things against Marduk and his Earthlings was Enlil plotting.”

Marduk settled some of the Igigi and the families they created (Children of the Rocketships) in Babylon; he and Sarpanit stayed with other Igigi/Adapite families in Lebanon. Some of these “Children of the Rocketships” settled in “the far eastlands, lands of high mountains” [Enki: 201, 202; Wars: 346].


Thirteen thousand years ago, a new Ice Age hit Earth. The Earthlings begged for more food [Wars:111, 112; 20, Enki: 188–193].

Enki, Ninmah and Enlil met to resolve the food crisis.

When they saw each other, they saw each others’ wrinkles. “Old on Earth we became, but those on Earth born are even older sooner,” said Enki. Solaris rained more radiation on the Anunnaki on Earth than Nibirans ever got on the homeplanet. The radiation on Earth aged the Anunnaki faster than did the shortened years of Earth, compared to Nibiru’s longer orbital years [Lloyd, 2005: 101].

Enlil ordered a second interplanetary spaceport, in case the astronauts or Marduk ever seized the Sinai rocketport. Enlil sent his youngest son, Adad-Viracocha, and Adad’s brother Ninurta to the Andes. They created a huge landing platform at Pumapunku, Bolivia, 12,000 feet high.

Pumapunku is a half-mile from the postdiluvian city of Tiahuanaco, Peru, which Adad and Ninurta created with Earthling labor as a site where pilgrims could pass through a gate and walk 1/4 of a mile to Pumapunku).



Enki lusted for Batanash, wife of Lu-Mach, Workmaster of Earthlings in Edin.

Enlil ordered Lu-Mach to work Sumer’s Earthlings harder, give them less food. When Lu-Mach told the Earthlings, they said they’d kill him if he tried to enforce Enlil’s order. To “protect” Lu-Mach and Batanash, Enki sent Lu-Mach to Marduk in Babylon, where Marduk would teach him to build cities.

Enki sent Lu-Mach’s wife, Batanash, to Ninmah at the Medical complex of Shuruppak, “from the angry Earthling masses protected and safe to be. Thereafter Enki his sister Ninmah in Shuruppak 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).

When Lu-Mach got back 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: “A son unlike an Earthling to Batanash was born. Has he an Igigi father?”

Batanash: “No Igigi fathered the boy.”

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

Ninmah loved and raised Ziusudra; Enki taught him to read what Adapa wrote.






But “drought, plague and starvation stalked the Earthlings.”


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, “Let us show the dredging of ponds and canals for surviving drought and famine.”

But the Commander responded, “When we, sated with Earth’s gold, to Nibiru return, leave no Earthling subjects for Marduk, no force for him, the homeplanet to invade” [Enki: 204, 205; Slave Species: 470].

The Earthlings at Shuruppak (where Ziusudra lived) sent Ziusudra to Enki at the Persian Gulf for help. Enki said he couldn’t openly help, but advised, covertly, “The policy of Enlil protest, worship of the gods boycott.”

Enki secretly fed us Earthlings from his corn. He showed us how to get to and fish the seas. When Enlil said Enki defied the decree that we starve, Enki said he didn’t know how we learned salt-water fishing.

When Enki ruined his attempt to starve the Earthlings, Enlil instead waited for the next perigee when Nibiru’s approach to Earth would create a great flood. Before that, Anunnaki would quit Earth with the gold they needed. The flood would kill us off and hide the fact we ever lived.

Nergal reported from Africa’s tip that the Antarctic ice slid ever faster toward the South Sea. “When Nibiru to Earth comes nearest, reaches closest to Earth, the icesheet into the Sea shall plunge, mountainous waves to careen.” The waves, he said, would bounce off each other, bounce off landmasses and combine in many furious ways. The waters will, Nergal said, cover all Earth except great peaks.

When King Anu and the Counsel on Nibiru got Nergal’s report, they beamed Earth: “For evacuating Earth and Lahmu prepare.’

Enlil convened the Anunnaki Council (the leaders’ sons and grandchildren) and the Igigi commanders. He told them he decided to let the Earthlings drown in the Deluge.






Enki objected, “‘A wondrous Being by us was created, by us saved it must be,’ Enki to Enlil shouted.”

Enlil roared back, “To Primitive Workers knowing you endowed. The powers of the Creator of All into your hands you have taken.

With fornication Adapa you conceived, understanding to his line you gave. His offspring to the heavens you have taken, our wisdom with them you shared.

“Every rule you have broken, decisions and commands you ignored.

“Because of you a Civilized Earthling brother [Abael] a brother [Ka-in] murdered. Because of Marduk your son the Igigi like him with Earthlings intermarried.

“The Earthlings must drown.”

Enlil demanded Enki and Anunnaki swear they wouldn’t tell us the seas would engulf us.

Enki refused to swear. He and Marduk stamped out of the Council [Enki: 212 to 214].

Enlil brought the Council back to order. Astronauts with Adapite wives and children, he decreed, must move to peaks above the waves. He, Enki, Ninmah, their sons, daughters and descendants would orbit Earth. Marduk must shelter on Marsbase and Nannar on the Moon. When the waters receded the leaders and kin would return to Earth.

Enki and Ninmah buried their records and computer programs in diorite crypts under the rocket platform in Lebanon. Underground, they made genetic banks to save Earth’s creatures from the flood. “Male and female essences and life-eggs they collected, of each kind two by two they collected for safekeeping while in Earth circuit to be taken, thereafter the living kinds to recombine.”

“In the Abzu the gold mines shut down; therefrom the Anunnaki to the Edin came; smelting and refining ceased, all gold to Nibiru was lofted. Empty, for evacuating ready, a fleet of celestial chariots to Earth returned” [Enki: 206; 12th Planet: 292 to 294].


“One spaceship that came for gold and Anunnaki returning to the homeplanet brought the mysterious white-haired Galzu (Great Knower).” Galzu ceremoniously deplaned and presented a sealed message from Anu to Enki, Enlil and Ninmah.

“Enlil the seal of Anu examined; unbroken and authentic it was, its encoding trustworthy. ‘For King and Council Galzu speaks. his words are my commands.’ So did the message of Anu state.

“‘I am Galzu, Emissary Plenipotentiary of King and Council, to Enlil,” said the mysterious visitor.”


Galzu told Ninmah, “‘Of the same school and age we are. This Ninmah could not recall: the emissary was as young as a son, she was as his olden mother.” Galzu told her she’d aged and he hadn’t because she and her brothers lived on Earth so long. They’d die if they returned to Nibiru. Their bodies, adapted to Earth, couldn’t survive Nibiru’s gravity.

Galzu lied: “The three of you on Earth will remain; only to die to Nibiru you will return.

Ninmah and her brothers must, he said, orbit Earth in rockets when the icesheet sped waves over the planet. When the waters calmed, to live, they must return to Earth.

Enlil read more from the message he’d unsealed: “To each of the other Anunnaki, a choice to leave or the calamity outwait must be given. The Igigi whom Earthlings espoused must between departure and spouses choose. No Earthling, Marduk’s Sarpanit included, to Nibiru to journey is allowed. For all who stay and what happens see, in celestial chariots they safety must seek” [Enki: 209–211].

Enki, at home in Eridu, dreamed Galzu spoke, “‘Into your hands Fate take, for the Earthlings the Earth inherit. Summon your son Ziusudra, without breaking the oath [swearing not to tell Earthlings] to him the coming calamity reveal.

“A boat that the watery avalanche can withstand, a submersible one, to build him tell, the likes of which on this tablet to you I am showing. Let him in it save himself and his kinfolk and the seed of all that is useful, be it plant or animal, also take. That is the will of the Creator of All.”

Enki woke and pondered his dream. He stepped out of bed and kicked an actual physical computer file (one he had not put there) next to his bed. The file showed how to build a submersible craft in which Ziusudra and his followers could ride out the deluge.

Enki searched his home and grounds for Galzu but didn’t find him. None except Enki (in the dream) had seen Galzu.

“That night to the reed hut where Ziusudra was sleeping Enki stealthily went. The oath not breaking, the Lord Enki not to Ziusudra but to the hut’s wall [computer bank] spoke from behind the reed wall.”

In the drawing of an inscribed Sumerian tablet at the start of this chapter, Galzu tells Enki to warn Ziusudra. Galzu aims Enki’s hand to send the file to Ziusudra’s wall computer. (The computer displays screens and slots). The disk leaves Enki’s hand en route to Ziusudra’s computer.

“When Ziusudra by the words awakened, Enki said, ‘A calamitous storm will sweep, the destruction of Mankind it will be. This is the decision of the assembly by Enlil convened.

“Abandon thy house, Ziusudra. Build a boat, its design and measurements on the file you see on your wall.

“A boatguide [Ninagal] to you will come. To a safe haven the boatguide will navigate you. By you shall the seed of Civilized Man survive.

“Not to you, Enki concluded, “Not to you, Ziusudra, have I spoken, but to the wall did I speak” [Enki: 220 to 222].














Ziusudra and his community built the sub.







Ziusudra (as Enki’d prompted) told Enlil he devoted himself to Enki (Enlil didn’t know Enki fathered Ziusudra). Ziusudra said he’d finish the boat and in it take his community down to Africa, near Enki. Enlil, thinking Ziusudra and the Earthlings devoted to Enki would drown in the coming Flood, let Ziusudra’s workers keep building.

Let Enki’s followers leave Sumer, sail to Africa, and there die in the Flood, thought Enlil.

Many Anunnaki on their bases and settlements among hybrids and other Earthlings likewise warned or helped relocate potential survivors to high ground. The Snohomish of the Pacific Northwest say ETs warned their ancestors to ride the coming tide to the mountaintops. “More than 500 similar ‘legends’ have been identified world-wide, warning to prepare for survival after a widespread flood” [Von Ward, 2012: 198].

In Edin, Enki prepared for the waves. Before they hit, he sent Ninagal with boxes to Ziusudra. The boxes held “DNA, sperm and ova, ‘the life essence and life eggs of living creatures it contains, by the Lord Enki and Ninmah collected. From the wrath of Enlil to be hidden to life resurrected if Earth be willing.”

Ningishzidda prepared too; he inscribed Aancient wisdom on two great pillars and hid sacred objects and scrolls inside them [Hauck; 1999: 22].



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