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GODS WERE MURDEROUS ETS WHO MADE US AS GOLDMINE SLAVES: Earth’s History, 450,000 Years Ago till 2025 B.C.

Posted by on Jul 25, 2012

GODS WERE MURDEROUS ETS WHO MADE US AS GOLDMINE SLAVES: Earth’s History, 450,000 Years Ago till 2025 B.C.

GODS WERE MURDEROUS ETS WHO MADE US AS GOLDMINE SLAVES: Earth’s History, 450,000 Years Ago till 2025 B.C.
by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)

The giant gods of the ancient world and the successors they choose (and who to this day rule) created the mind-sets that shackle most of us to short desperate lives.  These so-called gods were people pretty much like us, but way taller, from a planet they call Nibiru.

The Nibirans said they created us as short term slaves and soldiers.  We killed in their names: Allah (= Sumerian, Nannar), Yahweh (sometimes = Enlil, at times Adad or even Enki), Ishtar (Inanna) and Adanoi (Enki)–mining expeditions personnel all, all Nibirans.  We Earthlings are one race, designed to slave in mines, armies, businesses, schools, governments, farms, factories, and building projects for Nibirans and the “royal” lines of ever-murderous hybrid rulers they bred.

The Nibirans said their King, Anu, had two problems.  His professional problem, as dicatator and king was an atmosphere that was failing.  His personal problem, one that agitated him daily, was his ever-bickering princes the princess they both loved.  He thought he resolved both problems when he sent the princes to Earth for gold to spread over Nibiru’s sky and contain the planet’s atmosphere.  At the same time he saved Nibiru, he could rid himself of daily bickering by Princes Enki and Enlil and forget his guilt for punishing Princess Nimah.  He’s also get rid of brash Marduk, Enki’s son.  Anu knew Marduk saw himself–not legal heir Enlil or Enlil’s sons–as heir to Nibiru’s throne.  Anu reflected that Marduk thought he, not Anu, should rule Nibiru.  Anu conceded that he’d agreed to Marduk’s succession, but now, Anu said,  I have the might; my might trumps Marduk’s right.  The King ordered Enlil, Enki, Ninmah, Marduk, and Enlil’s son Ninurta to run Expedition Earth.  Enlil would command the whole enterprise from the eastern end of the Mediterranean.  Enki’d run mining, seas, transport and science; Ninmah’d run the hospital and command the 50 female medical officers he’d send with her to Earth.  Marduk could train as an Astronaut Corp officer for Earth operations. The king relaxed; his fractious relatives would leave him on Nibiru in peace.  He’d have both gold and quiet.

The Nibirans settled Earth on the Eastern end of the Mediterranean.

They mined gold in southeast Africa, shipped it to Iraq, then transhipped it to Nibiru from Mars.  Enki and Enlil competed for Ninmah, now the Expedition’s Chief Medical Officer.  Only Ninmah, of the women on Earth, carried the genes for a male for succession as King of Nibiru.  Ninmah rejected Enlil and he, distraught, raped Sud, her assistant.  Ninmah, of course, wouldn’t accept his excuse and called a council of Expedition leaders.  The council ordered Enki’s pilot, Abgal, to take Enlil into exile in Africa.   But not only did he take Enlil to exile, he also showed Enlil where Enki had hidden nuclear missiles.  When Enlil said he’d wed Sud, he returned to Sumer to again command the expedition.

Chief Scientist Enki studied the genome of Erectus, a strangely empathetic humanoid, five-foot-four creature in southeast Africa.   He found that only 223 (out of 30,000) genes in his genome differed from Erectus’. Enki withheld genes that prolonged life because we were disposable slaves. Enki wanted create hybrids with Erectus, so he instigated a mutiny of the astronauts who toiled as miners.  He used the mutiny to justify his genetic experiments.  He’d told Commander Enlil that he’d create clones to work the mines.

But Enki, Ninmah and Enki’s son Ningishzidda did more in Enki’s lab than just clone new Earthlings.  They created fully hybrid, self-reproducing–albeit crudely-engineered–prototypes.  They made the first batch of hybrids from the genomes of the first successfully-made male, Adamu.  Adamu sported dark-skin and black-hair as might a Nibiran.

At full maturity, Adamu barely reached topped the bellies of the the Nibirans.  A foreskin cloaked Adamu’s penis, whereas Nibiran boys lacked foreskins.  The first fertile girl, Ti-Amat, blonde, white-skinned and blue-eyed, grew to what looked just like five-foot-two version of an eight-foot Nibiran woman.  Enki brought Adamu and Ti-Amat to his estate at Basara/Edin.

Commander Enlil, saw Ti-Amat swell in pregancy and banished her and Adamu to Africa to breed the slave race.

In Africa again, Enki  begat a second batch of Earthling hybrids on beautiful girls descended from Adamu and Ti-Amat.  Enki adopted and educated Adapa, the prototype he bred for the second hybrid line.  King Anu ordered Adapa and Enki’s sons Ninghzidda and Dumuzi sent to him on Nibiru.

On Nibiru, Anu, at a written request from Enki (who admitted he fathered Adapa) denied Adapa longeivity treatment.  Dumuzi stayed on Nibiru to learn animal husbandry to teach the Earthlings. Ningishzidda rocketed Adapa and grain seeds back to Earth.

On Earth, Adapa’s son Kai-in killed his brother, Abael whom Dumuzi had, on his return to Earth, trained to herd goats.

The Expedition chiefs ordered Ningishzidda to mark Ka-in’s descendants with beardlessness and banished Ka-in and his descendants from Sumer.

Marduk Betrothed Earthling Sarpanit to forge his alliance with Earthlings.  His astronauts allies (the Igigi) captured Earthlings brides for themselves at Marduk’s wedding at Balbek Lebanon.

The astronauts radioed Enlil: Okay Our Marriages or We’ll Bomb Earth.

Enlil let the astronauts begat families with the captives.  He could no longer count on control of the Lebanon launch tower, so he had Ninurta float Ka-in’s descendants to the Andes to create there an alternate space port, observatory and gold transhipment facility.

Enki, at his place in Basara on the Persian Gulf, begat Ziasudra with his hybrid foreman’s wife.  Enki loved Ziasudra intensely.  When Enlil announced that when Nibiru next neared Earth, the Antarctic Ice Cap would slip into the South Sea and create an extinction-level flood.  All Earthling slaves, Enlil ordered, including Ziasudra, must drown. The Commander warned the mixed astronaut/Earthling families to move to mountaintops.  He ordered all Nibiran personnel except the Expedition chiefs to return to Nibiru.

The mysterious Galzu, posing as Anu’s emissary, came to Earth with the evacuation rockets.  Galzu told Expedition leaders they’d die if they left Earth’s vicinity, and that they should orbit Earth or wait out the coming deluge on Mars.  He gave Enki a computer program with detailed drawings of a submerible for Ziasudra and his people in Basara.  Enki defied Enlil, left his son Ninigal to captain the craft and put the boat-building program in Ziasudra’s computer bank.

(Enki is depicted on this Sumerian clay tablet with snake symbol; Gazu, in the center, directs Enki to put the program into Ziasudra’s “wall”)

13,000 years ago, the predicted Deluge killed off most Earthlings as the Nibiran leaders watched from orbit.


When Enlil landed on Mt Ararrat in Turkey, he saw the submersible and Enki, Ninigal and Ziasudra feasting.

The Commander attacked Enki.  Ninmah and Ninurta restrained Enlil while Enki confessed that he’d fathered Ziasudra.  Ninmah got Enlil to let Ziasudra’s sons repopulate Earth and rule the Earthlings for the Nibiran elite, confined-if they, Galzu had told them, were to live–to Earth.  Ziasudra’s sons  would rule as kings who executed the will of their Nibiran gods.

From 11,000 – 10,500 B.C., the gods revived Sumer, taught the proliferating Earthlings bronze and brick technologies, built a new spaceport in Sinai Spaceport and renewed Earth’s crops and beasts.  “Suddenly and without gradual perpetuation,” the gods made Earthlings farmers.  Agriculture they taught “spread all over the world from the Near Eastern arc of mountains and highlands.”  The gods gave Earthlings wheat and barley, then “millet, rye, spelt, flax (for fibers and edible oil), onions, lentils, beans, cucumbers, cabbage, lettuce, apples, apricots, cherries, pears, olives, figs, almonds, pistachios, walnuts.”  They taught Earthlings to weave fiber into cloth, make flour, bread, porridge, cakes, pastries, biscuits, yogurt, butter, cream, cheeses, beer and wine.  Settled communities grew and the gods gave Earthlings domesticated dogs, geese, ducks, sheep, goats, pigs, horned and hornless cattle for hides, meat, milk and wool.

Ninurta introduced plows. First, Earthlings pulled them, then cattle.  With Enki’s new grains, they boosted food-growing.  Nibirans and their foremen directed Earthlings to regulate the Nile and create pastureland for Dumuzi’s herds.  The Nibirans gave Sumerians the wheel, carts and chariots, which Dumuzi’s oxen and horses pulled. [ZS, 12th Planet: 6 -9; Wars: 125]

Enlil and his sons and grandchildren ruled Sumer: granddaughter Innana, Elan (southeast); Adad, the Taurus Mountains, Asia Minor and the northwest; Ninurta, the highlands; Nannar, the North; Utu, Lebanon’s Airport.  Each Sumerian god walled his sacred precincts, “each with a skyscraping ziggurat [stepped pyramid].  The ziggurats rose in several steps (usually seven) to 90 meters. They were build of two kinds of mud brick sun-dried for highrise cores and kiln-burned for extra strength for stairways, exteriors, and overhangings; held together with bitumen as mortar.”

Adad gathered Deluge survivors atop the Andes; he had them build palaces for him and his Overseers and instructed choosen couples to start an empire ruled from Cuzco. [ZS, Time: 247]

“When the Anunnaki gods decided to help humans learn skills of survival after the flood, not all humans were convinced this was a good idea.  Some did not trust the brutal gods who had oppressed them for so long, and therefore remained in their mountain hideouts, too scared to enter the newly established settlements of people.  It looked to them like a new version of the labour camps that persisted for millennia around the gold mines.  Eventually [the gods] found these communities of rebellious Earthlings and imposed their control on them in the remote locations.  Even the most remote tribes of the planet all had a similar relationship with the omnipresent gods.  As the new communities’ need for labour increased they went into the mountains or neighboring village and  caught themselves some slaves.  All ancient cultures in the world were practicing slavery.  From the very first day of civilization man practiced what he was taught by his maker: obsession with gold and keeping slaves.” [Tellinger, Slave Species: 217 -218]  Followers of Enlil, Ninurta, Marduk and Inanna sent Earthling armies against each other’s Earthlings, destroying millions of Earthlings with weapons of mass destruction.

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, son of Enlil’s son Nannar, rebuilt Sippar for Sumer’s Supreme Court, where he 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, 12th Planet:12- 49]

Inanna, daughter of Enlil’s son (Nannar),  seduced Enki for Uruk’s programs.  She wanted a city complex, like Ninurta’s at Kishi, built around her temple at Uruk.  Ninurta’d built Kishi with fifty MEs–programs for math, smithing, pottery as well as making beer, pottery, wagons wheels and law–Enki gave him.  Enki  released the MEs “to benefit mankind, step by step.”  Inanna, too, needed Enki to give her MEs too. 


“The MEs, physical objects one could pick up and carry (or even put on), contained secret knowledge or data like our computer chips on which data, programs and operational orders have been recorded.  On them the essentials of civilization were encoded.”  [ZS,  Wars: 239]

Inanna first flirted with Enki at his villa on the Persian Gulf.  She wanted MEs for weaponry, statecraft, mathematics, writing, metallurgy, masonry, arts, courts.   He could thrill her with advanced sexual practices too.  She visited him at his palace in southeast Africa,  got him drunk, seduced him.  He gave her the MEs.  She slipped them to her pilot to take back to Uruk.  Enki sobered, captured her, locked her up at Eridu and tried to get the MEs back.

Enlil flew to Eridu.  Inanna shouted, “By right the MEs I obtained, Enki in my hand placed them!  So did Inanna to Enlil say; the truth Enki meekly admitted.”  [ZS, Enki: 281]

In 3760 B. C., Inanna choose the first King, the Lugal.  He spoke for the gods to the Earthlings.  23 successive Lugals ruled Sumer for 24,510 years.  Lugals shifted venue from Ninurta’s Kishi to Inanna’s Uruk, then to Akad.  When Enlil ordered kingship moved to Uruk, Inanna launched the MEs she’d seduced from Enki.  She made Uruk a mighty city state and made Enmerkar (son of and successor to her nephew) its ruler.

Though “Sumer was the heartland of the Enlilite territories,” Enlil decreed the Eridu on Sumer’s south edge belonged forever to Enki and Marduk.  In 3460 B.C. Marduk developed Eridu into a base, Babylon, in Sumer at Babylon on the Euphrates River “between rebuilt Nippur (the pre-Deluvial Mission Control) and Sippar (the pre-Deluvial spaceport).”

In 3450 B.C, the Enlites bombed Babylon, babbled Earhtlings’ speech.  Babylon, Marduk planned, would serve as “Mission control and Spaceport.”  He named the place, Bab-Ili, “Gateway of the gods”–a place where Nibirans could take off and land. He had Earthlings built a “tower whose head shall reach the heavens–a launch tower.”  Marduk’s son Nabu had gathered Earthlings and Marduk taught them to make bricks for his spaceport.  With his own launch tower at Babylon, he’d challenge the Sinai Spaceport Utu ran.  Enlil ordered Marduk to quit the project peacefully, but Marduk defied him and built his tower.  [ZS, End: 22]

Enlil decreed,”Marduk an unpermitted Gateway to Heaven is building, to Earthlings he is entrusting.  If we let this happen, no other matter of Mankind shall be unreached.”  Ninurta bombed the tower and Marduk’s camp at Babylon.

Marduk fled to Enki’s other domain on the Nile. The Enlilites scattered Marduk’s Earthlings and programmed them to different languages and scripts. [ZS,  Encounters: 110 – 115; Enki: 281 – 282]

Marduk returned to Egypt in  3100 BC. and ousted Ningishzidda/Thoth. “When Marduk, after a long absence, to the Land of the Two Narrows [Egypt] returned, Ningishzidda’ [now called Thoth] as its master he there found.  With the aid of offspring of the Anunnaki who Earthlings espoused did Ningishzidda the land oversee, what Marduk had once planned and instructed by Ningishzidda was overturned.” [ZS, Enki: 284]

For the next 350 years, Marduk (now called Ra) and Ningishzidda clashed over Egypt.  Finally, Enki, their father, ordered Ningishzidda to leave Egypt to Marduk.

Thoth (now called Quetzalcoatl, the Winged Serpent) moved on to his realms in Mesoamerica and brought some of his Olmec stonemasons and Sumerian foremen from there to build Stonehenge observatory in England.  In 3113 B.C., after he’d finished Stonehenge, he returned to Mesoamerica.  He built planetariums throughout Mexico and Central America and gave Mayans their calendar to correlate with lines of sight built into the observatories he build for them.

In Peru, atop the Andes, Ningishzidda designed a spaceport and tin and gold-processing plants for his cousin, Enlilite General Adad/Viracocha. [ZS, Time: 310, 322-323; Enki: 84 -285]

Marduk reunited Egypt.   He honored Father Enki/Ptah.   Enki hadn’t passed rule of Nibiru to Marduk, but maybe he could settle Marduk in Egypt.  Enki gave him MEs to make Egypt prosper–all his knowledge except how to revive the dead.

Marduk rewrote Egyptian history.  He demoted Ningishzidda to “the Divine Measurer”   And replaced Ningishzidda’s image on the “Stone Lion” (Sphinx).  The  new face of the Sphinx: Osiris.

Pharaohs yearned to live forever; Marduk said if they proved loyal, he’d mummify and rocket them to Nibiru to share eternity. Thus tempted, the pharaohs fought to unite Egypt against Inanna and the Enilites.

Marduk foiled Inanna – Dumuzi union.  Skirmishes and the likelihood of mutually destructive war grew between Enki’s and Enlil’s lineages.  Then their darlings fell decided to marry.  “On the Landing Platform [Lebanon], Dumuzi and Inanna their eyes on each other set.  Hesitant at first they were, he of Enki’s lineage, she of Enlil an offspring [son’s daughter].”  Enkiite and Enlilite elders hoped that if Dumuzi wed Inanna, the deadly rivalry between their lineages would stop. “Perchance the espousing peace between the linages truly will bring” Enlil to them all did say.”8  He ordered the Indus Valley developed as a dowry for Inanna and Dumuzi.  [ZS,  Enki: 251; Giants: 215]

Jealous, Marduk made sure Dumuzi and Inanna didn’t wed.  He sent his sister GESHTINANNA to Inanna.  “To her Inanna revealed, ‘A vision of a great nation I have. As a Great Anunnaki Dumuzi there will rise. His queen-spouse I shall be.  To Dumuzi I will status give, the country I will rightly direct.”

“Inanna’s visions of rulership and glory by Geshtinanna to her brother Marduk were reported.  By Inanna’s ambitions Marduk was greatly disturbed; to Geshtinanna a secret plan he said.”   Marduk had Geshtinanna seduce Dumuzi.  She told Dumuzi, “Before you your young wife in your embrace will sleep, a legitimate heir, by a sister born, you must have” [to keep succession within the Enki Lineage].  Inanna’s son to succession shall not entitled be. [Sitchin, J. , Website; ZS, Enki: 251] 

After she got his ejaculate, Geshtinanna panicked Dumuzi.  She said, “Marduk of raping me will accuse you, evil emissaries to arrest you he will send.  To try you and disgrace you he will order, the liaison with an Enlilite to disunite.”  Dumuzi, aghast, fled to hide behind a waterfall but slipped into the rapids and drowned.  [ZS, Enki: 253]

Inanna knew Marduk made Dumuzi die–though Marduk blamed a subordinate (the “evil emissary”).  With techno-weapons, she chased Marduk, who ran through the chambers of the Great Pyramid.  He radioed King Anu who beamed Inanna.  The King told her Marduk had weapons that would kill her if she caught him.

Anu ordered Enlil and his chiefs to surround the Pyramid.  “Your side, hear we shall, to decide if you or an evil emissary killed Dumuzi,” they told Marduk.  When Marduk came out, the Enlilites assumed Anu would approve their decision, convicted Marduk and sentenced him to die slowly with air but no food or water in the King’s Chamber of the Pyramid.  They sealed him in; after awhile, he lapsed into unconsciousness.

Marduk’s wife Sarpanit and son Nabu beamed Anu, who told the Enlilites, “My grandson Marduk is and must not be slain.”  Ningishzidda tunneled into the chamber and revived Marduk, whom the Council banished  to North America.  In Egypt, they now called Marduk Ra-Amen (Amen = hidden). [ZS, Wars: 221 – 228; Handbook:136]

Ninagal, Dumuzi’s brother, retrieved his body from Lake Victoria.  He brought the body to Nergal and his wife, Ereshkigal (Inanna’s sister) in South Africa.  Inanna flew to her sister’s place.

Ereshkigal stopped Inanna & Nergal breeding heir to Africa.  Ereshkigal knew Inanna came to exercise levirate to make an heir with Nergal.  For levirate, a brother of the man who died–Nergal, Dumuzi’s brother in this case– impregnates his dead brother’s wife but the child succeeds the dead brother.  Inanna thought Dumuzi’s eldest brother, Marduk, unfit to impregnate her since Marduk–Dumuzi’s firstborn brother–caused Dumuzi’s death.  So she sought Dumuzi’s next oldest brother, Nergal.  She would, through Nergal and the boy they’d begat, rule in Africa despite Dumuzi’s death.  Their son would inherit Dumuzi’s realms in northeast Africa, she, as Regent would usurp Ereshkigal in Africa. “Of scheming an heir by Nergal, Dumuzi’s brother, Inanna was accused.”  [ZS, Wars: 230;  Enki: 255] 

When Inanna got to Ereshkigal’s place, Erkeshkigal barred her entry.  Inanna forced her way in, but Ereshkigal disarmed her and hung her on a stake to die.  But “from clay of the Abzu Enki two emissaries fashioned, beings without blood, by death rays unharmed, to lower Abzu he sent them, Inanna to bring back.  “Upon the corpse the clay emissaries a Pulser and an Emitter directed, then the Water of Life on her they sprinkled, in her mouth, the Plant of Life they placed.  Then the dead Inanna arose. [ZS, Enki: 255] 

Inanna roamed “the lands and took a liking to the people who in the upper plain of the two rivers dwelt.  They were the Igigi who descended to Earth from heaven from Lahmu (Mars).  The Igigi Aryans moved east, following Inanna [they called her Ishtar] to the Indus Valley [Aratta] and laid the foundation for the Indo-European culture.”  Enlil ordered Enki to craft a new language and script for Aratta.  Enki wrote the language but refused Aratta MEs for Aratta to make Inanna a world power.  He said she could share with Aratta the MEs she’d already gotten from him for Uruk.

Inanna shuttled  in her skyship between Aratta and Uruk.  But “what to Inanna was entrusted she neglected, other domains, not to her granted, in her heart she coveted.  By Inanna was the bitter end started, Marduk as Ra with Destiny tangled.”  [ZS, Enki: 291;Tellinger, Slave Species: 499]

Her second ruler in Uruk, Enmerkar (Utu’s grandson and a Earthling) sent an emissary to the Arattan King with a written message to Aratta.  In the message, Enmerkar demanded Aratta swear feality to Uruk.  But the Arattan King couldn’t read the Sumerian writing.

After ten years, Enmerkar told Utu to have Nisaba, the astronauts’ scribe, teach him Arattan script.  When he’d learned it, Enmerkar sent his son, Banda The Short, to Aratta with a message in Arattan: “Submit or War! ”

The Aratta King wrote back that he’d prefer trade–Aratta’s precious stones for the MEs of Uruk, or if Enmerkar insisted on war, let one champion of Aratta and one of Uruk fight to settle the war.

“On the way back, carrying the peace message, Banda fell sick; his spirit left him.  His comrades raised his neck, without the breath of life it was.  On Mount Hurmu, on the way from Aratta, to his death was Banda abandoned”  So the peace message never reached.  Utu, Inanna’s brother, however, revived Banda. [ZS,, Enki: 287-289]

“Journeying between Unug-ki and Aratta, Inanna restless and ungratified was, for her Dumuzi she still mourned, her love’s desire unquenched remained.  When she flew about, in the sunrays Dumuzi’s image she saw shimmering and beckoning.”  In her dreams and visions, Dumuzi told her he’d return and share with her the “Land of the Two Narrows [Egypt].”  [ZS, Enki: 291]

In Uruk, “A House for Nighttime Pleasure she established.  To this young heroes, on the night of their weddings, with sweet words she lured: long life, a blissful future to them she promised; that her lover Dumuzi was she imagined.”  But “each one in the morning in her bed was found dead.”  But then, Inanna’s brother Utu revived Banda, who returned to Uruk.  Inanna saw Banda as Dumuzi. “‘A miracle!’ excited Inanna shouted. ‘My beloved Dumuzi to me came back!’ In her abode Banda was bathed. ‘Dumuzi, my beloved!’she called him. To her bed, with flowers bedecked, she lured him.  “When in the morning Banda was alive, Inanna shouted:‘The power of dying in my hands was placed, immortality by me is granted.’ Then to call herself a goddess Inanna decided, the Power of Immortality it implied.”[ZS, Enki: 292]

Banda succeeded his father, Enmerkar, as King of Uruk.  Banda married Ninurta’s daughter, Ninsun, who bore Gilgamesh.  Gilgamesh oppressed the people of his city; he insisted on sex with brides before their grooms could couple with them.   Enki created Enkidu, an android, to tame Gilgamesh and arranged for the tantric practitioner, Shamhat to tame him.  Gilgamesh and Enkidu fought, then became best friends.  Gilgamesh then went with Enkidu to the rocketpad at Baalbek to plead with the gods for a rocket to Nibiru for immortality he thought they enjoyed.

In Lebanon, near Inanna’s home, Gilgamesh and Enkidu tracked Enlil’s security robot to the launchpad.  As they watched a rocket launch, Inanna, from her plane, saw them smash Enlil’s robot.  “At the entrance to the Cedar Forest its fire-belching monster their way blocked. To pieces it they broke.   Watching Gilgamesh take off his clothes, bathe and groom himself, glorious Ishtar [Inanna] raised an eye at the beauty of Gilgamesh. “Come, Gilgamesh, be thou my lover.  Grant me the fruit of thy love!”

But he declined and insulted her.  She, enraged, demanded Anu release the guard-bull at the launchpad.   Anu complied.  The bull charged Gilgamesh and Enkidu but Gilgamesh stabbed it while Enkidu held it.

When Enkidu died of illness, Enlil inflicted on him for destroying his robot, Gilgamesh grieved his friend.  Then Gilgamesh went to the spaceport in Sinai for a plant to let him live forever.  In a tunnel in Sinai he met Enki’s son, Ziusudra, still alive all these centuries.  “Ziusudra to Gilgamesh the secret of longliving he revealed a plant in the garden’s well was growing, Ziusudra and his spouse from getting old it prevented.”  Enki, with Enlil’s permission, said Ziusudra, granted Gilgamesh this plant too.  But when Gilgamesh got the plant, a snake snatched it from him.  As a last resort, he begged Enlil to grant him immortality, but Enlil wouldn’t grant him eternal life.    [ZS, Encounters: 132 -172; Giants, 311 – 312, 339 (citing S. Kramer’s translation of cuneiform text, The Death of Gilgamesh)]

Inanna and the Enlilites ran Sumer.  The Council of Twelve had her Uncle Adad run the landing place at Baalbek and her father Nannar run the Sinai energy source (Heavenly Bright Object) and the Spaceport.  With her weapons, armies and power (she said) to bestow immortality, Inanna controlled kingship of Sumer, the First Region, for 1000 years.  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.” In 2371 B.C., Inanna choose her gardener, Sargon, as the Akkadian warrior king to lead her armies and Sumer.  Nannar had fathered both Sargon and Inanna.  Sargon rose from gardener to king when he raped her and she liked it.  Enlil ratified Sargon–who had Enlilite genes–as Sumer’s king.  Sargon and Inanna built their capital, Agade in Akkad (near Babylon).  They subdued all Sumer except Lagash, her Uncle Ninurta’s fief.  She led Sargon’s 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 (including Hebrew and Arabic). [ZS, Wars: 10 -11; ZS, Enki: 300]   

In 2316 B.C., while Marduk built an army in Egypt, Sargon invaded Marduk’s empty stronghold, Babylon.  To show his disdain for Marduk, the king planted in Agade an urn he’d filled with Babylon’s soil.  Sargon “took away the soil for another Gateway to the Gods [Tower to Launch Rockets to Nibiru].”  Inanna would build her own launch site and take interplanetary power. [ZS, Giants: 270]

Marduk and Nabu returned from Egypt to Babylon.  They fortified the city and diverted  rivers to it 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 established!

“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.”  Inanna and Marduk both loosed lasers on each other’s Earthling armies.

“While Inanna remained gorgeous and enticing, Sargon began to age and drink too much.  Inanna watched 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 Inanna  [Ferguson, “Inanna Returns,” in Heaven and Earth, ZS, Ed.:  97]

Inanna and Nergal planned to rule Earth.  The waterworks Marduk made for Babylon cut reliable water to Sumer’s cities.  The Anunnaki Council told Nergal to restore their water and disarm Marduk and Babylon.  Nergal and his retinue of black Earthlings left Kuth for Babylon.  En route, he visited Inanna in Uruk. Though she was Enlilite and he Enkiite, Nergal allied himself with Inanna against his brother, Marduk (also an Enkiite).  Marduk ran Egypt, north of Nergal’s and Ereshkigal’s realm in South Africa.  Marduk’s claim to rule all Earth alarmed Nergal.  He asked Inanna to help him contain Marduk.  Nergal and Inanna sealed their alliance sexually and planned to conquer all Earth for themselves.

When Nergal left Inanna, he and his Blacks continued to Babylon, where Marduk greeted them.  Nergal promised him, if he’d leave Babylon for South Africa, he’d get weapons and computers, including “the instrument for giving orders, The Oracle of the gods, The Holy Scepter, sign of kingship which contributes to Lordship and the holy Radiating Stone which disintegrates all”  hidden there since the Flood.  Marduk said if he left Babylon, the waterworks for all Sumer which he ran would fail and Sumer’d flood, crops’d dry-up crops and cholera spread.  Nergal said, “Ceremonial bulls at the Babylon’s gate only shall I install, upset waterworks I shall not.” Reassured, Marduk left for the weapons and programs in South Africa. [ZS, Wars: 252 -254]

When Marduk left Babylon for South Africa, Nergal broke into the Babylon control room, destroyed the watering program and seized the radiation source that ran Sumer’s water.  Fields and canals dried-out, parts of Sumer flooded.  Enki ordered Nergal back to Africa, but Nergal left his men in Elam, near Babylon, to aid Inanna.  She then publicly, “to defy the authority of Anu and Enlil, abrogated their rules and regulations and declared herself Supreme Queen.”  [Ancient text, Queen of all the MEs; ZS, Wars: 254]

In 2291 B.C., “In the First Region, Enlil and Ninurta absent were, to the lands beyond the oceans Inanna and Nergal went; In the Second Region, Ra was away, as in other lands he traveled.  Her chance in her hands to seize all powers Inanna envisioned.” [ZS, Enki: 303]

Inanna, Naram-Sin (Sargon’s grandson) and the Akkadian armies captured Baalbek, the Landing Platform in Lebanon.  They dashed along the Mediterranean coast for the Sinai Spaceport and inland for Mission Control, Jerusalem.  Akkadians crossed the forbidden Forth Region, taboo to Earthlings (across the Jordan from Tell Ghassul, the private city of the Igigi Astronauts’ and their Earthling wives).   In Sumer, only Ninurta’s city, Lagash [Tello], “beyond the reach of Inanna’s ambitions” and “protected by the best-trained soldiers in the land” held out against Inanna and Naram-Sin [ZS, Giants: 274].

Inanna and the Akkadians conquered Jerico.  Nannar, her father lost Jerico.  Now Jerico obeyed 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 there and sent Naram-Sin to attack Enlil’s minions at Nippur.  She declared herself supreme to even Anu, King of Nibiru and father of Enlil, her father’s father.

Enlil sent Ninurta with cavalry and an army of Gutians (from the Zagros Mountains of northeast Sumer) to kill all Earthlings in Akkad/Agade.  Gutians wasted most of Sumer; they spared only Ninurta’s city, Lagash.

Enlil had agents plant a scorpion to kill Inanna’s strongman, King Naram-Sin for his attack on Nippur.  Enlil also ordered Inanna arrested but her Nannar and Ningal, her parents, gave her sanctuary.  Then she flew to Nergal’s Lower Africa.  For seven years, she and Nergal plotted to  overthrow Enlil and his Council.

In 2255 B.C. the Gutians returned to the Zagros Mountains.  From 2220 B.C. on, Ninurta built Lagash, restored Elilite power and enforced a century of peace for Sumer.  Ninurta fixed Sumer’s water system and the controls Nergal had ruined in Babylon. [ZS, Wars: 262 – 64; Giants: 274]

Ninurta consolidated the Enlilite rule in Sumer.  He welcomed Ningishzidda to Lagash and had him design bunkers for his new aircraft, Black Bird, whose firepower made it invincible in Sumer.  Ningishzidda drew two bunkers, one for Ninurta’s Black Bird and one for Ninurta’s “Awesome Weapon.”  Ningishzidda build an observatory next to the bunkers.  The top of the domed observatory measured “star and planetary positions after nightfall.


Marduk resented the women who helped plan the E.Ninnu to defy him–Nisaba (aka Seshita, Ningishzidda’s assistant in Egypt), Ninurta’s half-sister, the Sumerian Goddess of Wisdom, schooled in Enki’s academy at Eridu, “a female Einstein” and Enki’s daughter, Nanshe, Inanna’s Oracle (represented in the constellation Scorpio), who gathered in rare building materials for the E.Ninnu.  Marduk already hated Inanna for sentencing him to die in the Giza Pyramid and Ninmah, who ceaselessly promoted Ninurta at his expense.  Marduk generalized his hatred of Inanna, Nishaba, Nanshe and Ninmah and waited his chance to punish women. [ZS: Time: 158 -152, 364 – 368] 

“The Era of Ninurta in Sumer, lasting through the Gutian Invasions and the ensuing period of reconstruction, was only an interlude.  A mountain-dweller at heart, Ninurta soon began to roam the northeast and farther.  Constantly perfecting the martial arts of his highland tribesmen” he introduced horses to them and organized them into a cavalry “extending their reach thousands of miles.

Ninurta had returned to Sumer at Enlil’s call to crush Naram-Sin and subdue Inanna.  With peace and prosperity restored, Ninurta absented himself from Sumer.  His absences from Sumer and Inanna’s abortive attempt to recapture the kingship” for her city of Uruk prompted Enlil to order Nannar to rule Sumer from Ur.”  Enlil also needed Nannar to counter Marduk’s ever-growing territory and followers.  “The growing problem for the Enlilites was that Ninurta, the presumptive heir to Enlil and Anu, had come from Nibiru–whereas Marduk [who married Hybrid Earthling Sarpanpit] and [their son] Nabu had Earthling affinities.  [ZS, Giants: 269-70]

“Enlilites dropped the ‘Ninurta Strategy’ and switched to a ‘Nannar Tactic,’ transferring the seat of national Kingship to Ur–Sumer’s thriving commercial and manufacturing center–[cult center] of Nannar, an Earthborn son of Enlil, who unlike Ninurta, also had an Akkadian name: Sin.”  Enlil sent Terah, the High Priest of Nippur, to Nannar in Ur to make sure people there adhered to zodiacal time and the extension of Enlilite rule.  Terah brought his son, Abraham (who will become Enlil’s top general) with him.

Nannar’s Earthlings adored him.  He bred sheep that made Ur “the wool and garment center of the ancient Near East and  “developed foreign trade by land and water.”  His half-Earthling/half-Anunnaki staff and their thousands of subject Earthlings built a navigable (and protective) canal to Ur’s two harbors.  The canal separated the temple, palace and offices on one bank from shops and homes on the other bank.  On their bank, merchants, craftsmen and laborers occupied multistoried white houses along broad, straight streets. [ZS,: Wars: 271 -272]

In 2113 B.C., Nannar and Enlil choose (and Anu, from Nibiru okayed) Ninsun’s son Ur-Nammu as King of Sumer/Akkad.  “The choice signaled that the glorious days under the unchallenged authority of Enlil and his clan are back.”  The King would serve under Nannar who’d dictate laws of obedience, justice and morality. [ZS, Wars: 262-264; End of Days: 52, 60 -61].

The Enlilites told King Ur-Nammu to kill Amorites allied with Marduk and Nabu.  Enlil gave the King a “divine weapon that heaps up the rebels in piles.  Enlilite gods of Sumer all gave Ur-Nammu blessing, honor, weapons and protection.  Off he marched his army to attack the Amorites west of Sumer.”

But in 2096 B.C., “in the midst of battle, Ur-Nammu’s chariot got stuck in the mud.  He fell off it, the chariot rushed along, leaving the King behind.  The boat returning his body to Sumer sank with him on board.”  In Sumer, “People could not understand how such a devout king who followed gods’ directives with weapons they put in his hands could perish so ignominiously.”  Support of Utu, Nannar, Inanna, Enlil and even Anu failed Ur-Nammu.

Nabu fanned doubts about Enlilite gods, “The Enlilite gods deserted you.  They hid from you that Nibiru’s almost here.  Soon shines the homeplanet of the gods upon Earth in The Ram–Marduk’s constellation.  Welcome the Era of Marduk the Redeemer, who shall conquer Sumer & Akkad, rule Elamites, Hittites, Enlil’s Sealand allies and the whole world. [ZS, End of Days: 63 – 66]

Shulgi succeeded Ur Nammu as Sumer’s Boss.  Inanna invited Shulgi to Uruk and declared him “the man for the vulva of Inanna.”  They wed in the temple where Anu had elevated her in tantric ritual.  She again bonded with an alpha Earthling.  Shulgi built the Great West Wall from the Euphrates to the Tigris to keep out Nabu’s forces.  He allied with Elamites.  He gave them the city of Larsa and married his daughter to an Elamite.  Shulgi’s Sumerians and the Elamites “subdued the western provinces, including Canaan.”  Shulgi failed to drive Nabu from Sinai, so in 2048  B.C., Enlil had Shulgi killed and installed Shulgi’s son, Amar-Sin, Boss of Sumer.  Enlil sent the new boss to crush a revolt in the north, then fight an alliance of five kings along the Mediterranean in the west.  [ZS, Wars: 276 -279; 286]

In 2047 B.C. Enlil sent Abraham and Lot to Egypt for more men and camels from the Northern Egyptians allied against Marduk.  In 2041, with this force, Abraham blocked Ninurta’s Elamites from the Spaceport, then rescued Lot, whom the Elamites, as they retreated west of the Jordan River, had captured from the Nabu-friendly city of Sodom.  Then Abraham moved to block Nabu and his Earthling armies advancing on the Sinai.  But Marduk took Harran from Nannar, allied with Adad and the Hittites and cut Hittite trade to Sumer.  Marduk’s Theban allies struck pro-Enlilite northern Egyptians.  Meanwhile, Nabu, based in Bosippa (south of Babylon), brought cities west of the Euphrates as well as Canaan against Enlil.  Marduk threatened the Spaceport.]” [ZS, Wars: 298;  Enki: 302 – 306; End of Days: 78].

In 2040 B.c., Mentuhotep II, Marduk’s Theban Pharaoh, conquered Egypt up to the western border of Sinai.  Amar-Sin sailed to block Mentuhotep but died of a poisonous bite.  Enlil made Amar-Sin’s brother, Shu-Sin, Boss.  Shu-Sin built a shrine for Inanna’s son Shara at Nippur.  In 2039, Ibbi-Sin succeeded Shu-Sin.   Enlil made Abraham (son of Ur’s High Priest Terah) General of Cavalry to keep Nabu and Ham’s descendants in Canaan from the Sinai Spacestation.  Enlil told Abraham, “Rule all lands from the border of Egypt to the border of Sumer.” [ZS, Wars: 289 – 297]

Enlil bade Ninurta leave his Elamite legions and supervise an alternate spaceport in Peru.  But unsupervised, the Elamites ran amok and looted all Sumer.  Enlil made Ninurta, though he’d been in South America, account for the legions’ crimes.  Nabu said Enlil, Utu and Nergal let the Elamites overrun Sumer and invade Marduk’s temple in Babylon.  Nergal blamed Marduk and Nabu for the military threat to Sinai that made Ninurta bring the Elamites to Sumer.  Enki told Nergal to shut up and support Marduk and Nabu or get out. “The gods’ council broke up in disarray.” [ZS, End of Days: 87-88]

Enlil’s emissaries Ninurta and Nergal sent Abraham and Lot to spy on Sodom and Gomorra, cities Marduk controlled.  Enlil feared Marduk, from these cities “would marshal his large number of human followers and control of all establishments on Earth, including the Sinai Spaceport.” Marduk told the senior Anunnaki, “‘In my temple house let all the gods assemble, my covenant accept.’  By his appeal for their submission, the Anunnaki gods were disturbed and alarmed.”

“To a great assembly, council to take, Enlil them all summoned.  Opposed to Marduk and Nabu they all were.” All the senior Anunnaki except Enki agreed: “Leave Earth to Marduk.  Keep the Spaceport from Nabu; nuke it.”  Enki, “angry and distraught, the council chamber left, in his heart was Enki smiling: only  he knew where [In Africa] the weapons were hidden, so did Enki think.  For it was he, before Enlil to Earth had come, who with Abgal in a place unknown the weapons did hide.  That Abgal, to the exiled Enlil, the place disclosed, that to Enki was unknown.  Thus it was that without Enki needing, Enlil to the two heros [Ninurta and Nergal] the hiding place disclosed. ” [ZS, Enki: 306 – 308; Tellinger, Slave Species: 506]

The Anunnaki Council on Earth beamed Anu on Nibiru: would he okay nuking the Spaceport as well as Nabu and his armies at the south end of the Dead Sea?  Marduk, Enlil reminded Anu, claimed rule of Nibiru as well as Earth, as per the dynastic agreement between Anu and Alalu.  Marduk threatened Anu in every way.  So Anu said, “Bomb.”

In 2024 B.C., Enlil evacuated the Igigi from Sinai, then Ninurta attacked.  “The first terror weapon [a missile called One Without Rival] from the skies Ninurta let loose; the top of Mount Mashu [which housed the controlling equipment] with a flash it sliced off, the mount’s innards in an instant it melted. Above the Place of the Celestial Chariots [Sinai Spaceport] the second weapon [called Blazing Flame] he unleashed, with a brilliance of seven suns the plain’s rocks into a gushing wound were made, the Earth shook and crumbled, the heavens after the brilliance were darkened; with burnt and crushed stones was the plain of the chariots covered, of all the forests that the plain had surrounded, only tree stems were left standing.” [ZS, End of Days: 91; Enki: 310]

Ninurta and Nergal had warned Abraham and Lot to flee Sodom before Nergal nuked Marduk’s forces in Canaan–Sodom, Gomorra and three other cities Abraham had identified as allied with Marduk.   “Nabu managed to slip out in time and escaped to an island in the Mediterranean, where the people accepted him.”  Nergal’s bombs made the Dead Sea dead.  To this day, “the water of springs surrounding the Dead Sea has been contaminated with radioactivity, enough to induce sterility in any animals and humans that absorbed it.’”

Archeologists say that in 2024 B.C. the southern part of the Dead Sea broke out and ran south.  People abandoned the area, all life died there.  “Over the five cities Nergal upon each from the skies a terror weapon sent, the five cities he finished off, all that lived there to vapor [“salt”] was turned.  Mountains toppled, where the sea waters were barred the bolt broke open, down into the valley the sea’s waters poured, by the waters was the valley flooded.”  [ZS, Wars :325,329; Enki: 311, 315 -316]   “The Place of Launching, the Spaceport, obliterated: the Mount within which the controlling equipment was placed was smashed; the launch platforms were made to fade off the face of the Earth.  The plain whose hard soil the shuttlecraft had used as runways were obliterated, with not even a tree left standing.” [ZS, Wars: 331]

Nuclear fallout killed all Sumer except Babylon.  By the darkening of the skies were the brilliances followed, then a storm began to blow, gloom from the skies an Evil Wind carried.  From the Upper Sea, a stormwind began blowing, the dark-brown cloud eastward toward Shumer the death was carried. Wherever it reached, death to all that lives mercilessly it delivered.  “The people of the land by the evil storms hand were clutched.  Those who behind locked doors hid inside their houses like flies were felled.  Those who in the streets fled, in the streets were their corpses piled up.  Everything that lived perished.”

“The alarm Enlil and Enki to the gods of Shumer transmitted, ‘Escape!’ From their cities the gods did flee.” Enlil sent Abraham from the Negev desert on the border of Sinai to the Mediterranean coast, near the Enkiites’ Philistine allies.  [ZS, Encounters: 288]

Of Earthlings loyal to the Enlilites (Ninurta, Nannar, Adad, Utu and Inanna), only Abraham and his army survived.  His band lived because Enlil had sent it to the Negev and Canaan to guard Sumer from Marduk’s forces in Egypt and Lebanon.  Enlil wanted his surviving Earthlings branded.  He ordered Abraham, then 99, and his male followers to cut off their foreskins to make their phalluses like those of the Nibirans and to mark them as loyal to the Enlilites.  He told Abraham that after circumcision, “Unto thy seed have I given this land from the brook of Egypt[Nile] until the River Euphrates.”  [ZS, Encounters: 257]

Abraham’s descendants wound up seeking shelter in Egypt, where his descendant, Joseph, had become Overseer.  There, for 300 years, they prospered and multiplied till there were 600,000 of them.  Then a new regime, hostile to the Enlilites with whom the Children of Israel were allied, took power. [ZS, Encounters: 289 – 291; 152 -153; Expeditions: 116 – 128]

But Babylon, “where Marduk his supremacy declared, by the Evil Wind was spared.”  Enlil saw as fulfilled, when the fallout spared Babylon, his vision of Galzu, where Galzu said Marduk and the Enkiites would prevail over the Enlilites”  [ZS, Enki: 312 – 313]

For the next 150 years, most Nibirans on Earth went first to Adad’s spaceport at Nazca, then in rockets back to Nibiru.Some, however, “dispersed from Sumer, accompanied their followers to far lands in the far corners of the Earth; others remained nearby, rallying their supporters to a renewed challenge to Marduk.”

Maduk’s “extended family in Northern Sumer, the Aryans, invaded the lands to the east and Europe to the west, conquering humans everywhere and imposing their Aryan supremacy which, to this day, persists.” [ZS, End of Days: 122; Enki: 312 – 313; Tellinger, Slave Species: 116]

Marduk proclaimed Babylon Capitol of Sumer and, 2000 B.C., himself God of the gods. He renamed Nibiru “Marduk” and held New Years rituals a priests enacted him, as he–a planet–invaded the inner solar system, created Earth, then made Earthlings.  Marduk named Neptune “Nidimmud,’ (a name for Enki), renamed Mercury (which’d been “Adad”) “Nabu.”   He changed Venus’ name from “Inanna” to “Sarpanit.”  Marduk trained priests to study omens and a horoscope showing how planets–and their namesakes–affect Earthlings.  He degraded astronomical observations, Earthling support and women’s rights.  He barred women from high office and art.  He substituted Nabu for the Nibiran woman Nisaba as Diety of Writing. [ZS, Time: 350-368]

Many Sumerians who survived the fallout fled Marduk.  “Refugees were given asylum all around the Mesopotamia.  They converted their host countries into flourishing states.  Some ventured into more distant lands, accompanying the displaced gods.”  Indo-Aryans from southwest of the Caspian Sea mingled with the Sumerian refugees and migrated to the Indus Valley and brought with them the tales of Sumer, which, combined with the culture Inanna had given her domains in India, evolved into Hindism. [ZS, Time: 370-371]

Under Marduk’s New Age, “gods guided the policies of their countries through signs and omens.  For many millennia, Anu, Enlil and the other Anunnaki leaders [had] made decisions affecting the Anunnaki; Enlil by himself was Lord of Command as far as mankind was concerned. Now signs and omens in the heavens guided decisions.  Celestial omens–planetary conjunctions, eclipses, lunar halow, stellar backgrounds were sufficient by themselves.  No godly intervention or participation was required; the heavens alone foretold the fates.

“Astrology developed with fortune-teller priests on hand to interpret observations of celestial phenomena.  Astronomical tablets of the Babylonians were computer printouts (Ephemerides), copies from pre-existing sourses of zodiacal constellations.  All the Bablylonians knew was how to use them, translating into Babylonian the Sumerian procedure texts.  Hellenistic, Persian and Indian astrology derived from such records.

“Deterioration of astronomy was symptomatic of overall decline and regression in the sciences, arts, laws, the social framework” under Marduk. “Medicine deteriorated to sorcery.  Harshness and coarseness replaced the former compassion and elegance.”

Under Marduk, there was “an overall decline in the role of women and their status as compared to Sumerian times.” The decline in women’s status was generated from Marduk who hated women.  Why? Ninharsag, Mother of Gods and Men, was mother of Marduk’s main adversary on Earth, Ninurta.  Inanna caused Marduk to be buried alive inside the Great Pyramid.  Goddesses in charge of the arts and sciences assisted the construction of the Eninnu in Lagash as a symbol of defiance of Marduk’s claims that his time had come. [ZS, Time:356 – 368]

Around 1800 B.C., Sumerians brought cuneiform writing, bronze weapons, chariots, walled cities to China’s Shang Dynasty.  “Sumerian emigrants gave Central and Far Asia Sino-Tibetan languages, cultures, the Sumerian “calender of twelve months, time-counting (that divides the day into twelve double-hours), the zodiac and Sumerian astronomy.  Utu’s descendants ruled Japan as emperors. [ZS, Time: 371 – 373]

Sumerians fled also throughout Europe–along the Volga (Geogia, Sumara, Finland) and the Danube (Dacia, Hungary).  Some became Dorians and invaded Minoans in Greece and Crete around 1100 B.C.  About 1100 B.C. too, Israelites fled Egypt then invaded Canaan on the Arabian Peninsula. [ZS, 12th Planet:13]

In 1650 B.C., New Kingdom pharaohs allied with Marduk/Ra conquered Egypt.  Thothmose I of the new regime invaded Enlilite Sumer to the Euphrates River, where Abraham’s kin and their descendants lived. Thothmose expected Enlilite retaliation.  The Pharaoh feared Abraham’s descendants in Egypt–all 600,000– would align with the Sumerian Enlilites and overthrow him from within.

When Tuthmosis IV died in 1405 B.C., his son Amenotep married his sibling sister Sitamun, “So Amenotep could inherit the throne as Pharaoh Amenotep III.”  Amenotep also married Tiye, daughter of Joseph, Overseer of Egypt, whose father was Jacob/Israel.  “It ws decreed, that no born to Tiye could inherit the throne and because of her father Joseph’s governorship there was fear that the Israelites were gaining too much power in Egypt.  So the Edict was given that her child should be killed at birth if a son.

“Tiye’s Israelite relatives lived at Goshen and she owned a summer palace a little upstream at Zarw, where she went to have her baby.  Midwives conspired with Tiye to float the child downstream in a reed basket to the house of her father’s half-brother Levi.  “The boy, Aminadab, in his teenage years went to live at Thebes.”  He refused to accept Egyptian worship of Marduk/Ra, Enlil’s main antagonist in Egypt, “so he introduced of Aten [=Enlil, Yahweh]–in line with Israelite teachings.  Aminadab changed his name to Akhenaten (Servant of Aten).

“Aminadab married his half-sister, Nephertiti, to rule as co-regent” while Pharaoh Amenhotep was ill.  “When Amenhotep III died, Akhenaten succeeded as Pharaoh, gaining the title Amenhotep IV.  Pharaoh Akhenaten closed all the temples of the Egyptian gods and build new temples to Aten.”  The priests of Marduk (called Ra in Egypt) threatened “armed insurrection” if he didn’t allow worship of Ra too. Akhenaton refused and was forced to abdicate.  Akhenaten, banished form Egypt, “fled with the Hebrew relatives of Teye to Sinai, still regarded by his supproters as the Mose, meaning ‘heir’” to the Egyptian throne.  Moses and “Aaron the Levite returned to Egypt on orders from the God of Abraham to retrieve the Hebrews” and led them from Pi-Rameses [Kantra] southward, through Sinai to Lake Timash.  This was extremely marshy territory and, although manageable on foot, pursuing horses and chariots foundered disasterously.” [Gardiner, Bloodline: 9 -11; Marrs, Rule by Secrecy: 367 -369]]

“In 1482 B.C. Thothmose III renewed hostilities against Enlilites abroad and the Israelites in Egypt.  Moses, now grown, killed an Egyptian overseer who brutalized Israelites. Thothmose III ordered Moses killed, but Moses escaped to Sinai, where he married the daughter of a Midianite priest.

PharaohThothmose I broke the Middle Kingdom promise that Egypt honor “Children” of Israel.  He’d work them to death and stop their breeding.  He “ordered any newborn Israelite male killed at birth.”  In 1513 B.C., to save their newborn, a couple descended from Jacob/Israel put the boy in a box and floated him downstream where Thothmose’s daughter bathed.  She named the boy Moses and adopted him–but I’ll save that story for the next posting.

The new paradigm of our unique two-race genetics shatters the model the Nibirans imposed on us.   The new view ends the physical and economic slavery, hierarchic obsession, derogation of women, gold lust, antagonistic religions and nations the Nibirans and the hybrid elite they created dictated.  Free of short, desperate lives, we’ll create our future.  We shall activate our latent Nibiran genes, scientifically improve our own genome and take our place in the civilization of the galaxy.

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