1 - The Celestial Battle: Nibiru meets Solaris and Tiamat

(Proto Earth)

Six thousand years ago, astronaut/pioneers from the planet Nibiru dictated Enuma elish -- the Creation Epic -- to the Sumerians. The Creation Epic says our Sun, a solitary star at this time in its history, first created a planet the Nibirans called Tiamat. Tiamat was the proto-Earth. It orbited Sun counterclockwise.

Next, the Sun, called Apsu, created Mercury and propelled Mercury with water and gold to Tiamat. Venus with Mars, Jupiter with Saturn, Uranus with Neptune formed as pairs and orbited the Sun counterclockwise too. Tiamat lacked a partner-planet, but one of her moons, Kingu, enlarged. Kingu was about to become Tiamatís partner planet and orbit the Sun, rather than Tiamat.

But, four billion years ago, before Kingu could attain planetary orbit around the sun, Nibiru entered the Solar System clockwise and split off a piece of Neptune. That chunk of Neptune became its moon, Triton. Triton, unlike other moons in the System, orbits Neptune clockwise. As Nibiru passed through the Solar System, it lost three moons, tore four moons from Uranus and tilted Uranusí orbit.

 

Then Nibiru ripped eleven moons from Tiamat and pulled Gaga, Saturnís largest moon, into clockwise orbit (between Neptune and Uranus) where Gaga is now Pluto.

Some of Nibiruís moons hit Tiamat, creating the Pacific Basin in what was left of Tiamat. That intact remainder of Tiamat is Earth. In the Pacific, waters and life-seeds of Nibiru and Tiamat evolved together.

The shards of Tiamat (from the Pacific gouge Nibiruís moon made) are Asteroids and comets. Nibiruís gravity took all Tiamatís moons but Kingu.

Nibiruís invasion left Kingu lifelessly orbiting Earth. Tiamatís other moons became satellites of Nibiru.

Nibiru stabilized into a clockwise orbit (equal to 3,600 orbits of Earth around the Sun).

In the Creation Epic, the Sumerians knew and wrote of an advanced civilization on a planet in a different solar system. They had the concept of a pulsar, the star around which Nibiru had orbited before that star collapsed. The Niburan astronauts, the Lords, had their Sumerian scribes write--only lately being confirmed by our scientists--of the composition and movement of the astronomical bodies of Solarisí system.

 

The Lords told the Sumerians that there was water on asteroids, comets, Neptune, Uranus, Venus, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, also on the rings of Saturn and Saturnís and Jupiterís moons as well. Our astronomers recently confirmed what the Lords dictated.

The Sumerian Creation Epic lends compelling evidence for the extraterrestrial settlement of Earth by Nibirans, the human astronauts who came to be regarded as the gods of Earth.

Spacemap recorded by Sumerians of Nibiran Lordsí route map to Earth from Nibiru to the passage between Jupiter and Mars. Segments are arranged in the sequence of approaching Earth. line at 45 degrees shows spaceship coming though vapor. [Sitchin 1978, The 12th Planet, page 274]

Sumerian seal depicting (in background, upper left, between the two Nibirans), long before Copernicus, our solar system, including planets beyond unaided human eyesight. [Sitchin Cards 8 of Spades]

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2 - PRINCE ALALU KILLS NIBIRUíS KING LAHMA - ALALU GIVES DAUGHTER TO EA FOR FEALTY FROM ANU

 (EAíS FATHER & LAHMAíS HEIR)

After Nibiru, the tenth planet in our solar system, entered the inner solar system clockwise and achieved relative orbital stability around the Solaris (our sun), life on Nibiru evolved until it culminated in technologically-sophisticated, long-lived homo sapiens, the humans of Nibiru.
 

Anu pledges fealty to Alalu, becomes Alaluís cupbearer. In exchange Anuís son Ea and Alaluís Daughter Damkina will begat the heir to the Nibiran Throne.

[Sitchin, Z., The Wars of Gods and Men, 1985, page 84]

Nibirans unified, after disastrous thermonuclear wars, under a single kingship. But Nibiru was losing its atmosphere, critical to heat regulation and survival.

500,000 years ago, King Lahma vacillated over how to deal with the escaping atmosphere. Should he nuke the volcanoes to regenerate the atmosphere? Or should he send miners to Solarisí Asteroids, where probes registered gold which could be powdered and spread as a shield for Nibiruís atmosphere?

Prince Alalu, exasperated by Lahmaís inaction and desperate to save Nibiru, pushed Lahma off a tower.

Lahmaís heir, Anu, agreed at first to Alaluís rule. Alalu and Anu sealed their alliance when Anuís firstborn son, Ea/Enki (whose autobiography, compiled by Sitchin, is the principal authority for our tale), married Dimkina, Alaluís Daughter.

Ea related how Anu had earlier denied him his bride-to-be, his (Eaís) half-sister Ninmah, when she bore the child of their half-brother, Enlil.

 

Anu simultaneously honored Ea and proclaimed fealty to Alalu by offering a compromise successor to the houses of both Alalu and Anu via the child Dimkina and Ea will create, the baby Marduk.

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3 - ALALU, DEPOSED BY ANU, NUKES TO EARTH, FINDS GOLD, THREATENS NIBIRU

The story:

Alalu, who murdered King Lahma for his failure to solve the environmental crisis of the Solar Systemís tenth planet, Nibiru--the loss of its atmosphere--pacified Lahmaís heir, Anu, marrying the his Daughter, Damkina (Ninti) to Anuís heir, Ea (Enki) to breed the next King of Nibiru.
 

Anu [Sitchin Cards, King of Hearts]

Narrative resumes:

Alalu nuked the volcanoes, but this failed to re-establish Nibiruís atmosphere. He also failed to get gold for an atmospheric shield from the Asteroids; en route, the rocket of goldminers he sent crashed without survivors. For nine more Nibiran years (nine orbits of Nibiru around Solaris), Alaluís rule gave no relief from atmospheric degradation.

Anu, rightful king by Nibiran tradition, challenged Alalu. "Anu gave battle to Alalu. To hand-to-hand combat, with bodies naked, Alalu he challenged. Alalu in combat was defeated; by acclaim Anu was hailed as king." [Sitchin, Z., The Lost Book of Enki pages 24 - 39]

Alalu stole a missile-armed rocket and blasted from Nibiru to Earth. From Earth, he controlled the gold Nibiru needed to survive. He positioned his nukes to blast Nibiru on its next pass by Earth. Alalu dangled gold as a carrot and menaced missiles as a stick. To Anu on Nibiru he beamed, "On another world I am, the gold of salvation I have found. The fate of Nibiru is in my hands. To my conditions you must give heed!" [Sitchin, op.cit. page 60]

"Return my throne," Alalu demanded. But Anuís Foremost Son, Enlil, demanded proof of gold on Earth. So Alalu documented his proof and transmitted it to the home planet. Enlil distrusted the proof. He asked Anu to convene the Nibiru Council. In the Council, Enlil and the counselors implored Anu to keep his kingship.

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4 - NIBIRAN COUNCIL SENDS EA, NOT ENLIL TO EARTH

Our story so far:

Alalu stole a missile-armed rocket and blasted from Nibiru to Earth. From Earth, he controlled the gold Nibiru needed to survive. He positioned his nukes to blast Nibiru on its next pass by Earth. Alalu dangled gold as a carrot and menaced missiles as a stick. To Anu on Nibiru he beamed, "On another world I am, the gold of salvation I have found. The fate of Nibiru is in my hands. To my conditions you must give heed!" [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki op.cit. page 60]
 

Enki [Sitchin Playing Cards, 2003, Ace of Hearts]

Enlil: [Sitchin Playing Cards, 2003,4 of Hearts]

"Return my throne," Alalu demanded. But Anuís Foremost Son, Enlil, demanded proof of gold on Earth. So Alalu documented his proof and transmitted it to the home planet. Enlil distrusted the proof. He asked Anu to convene the Nibiru Council. In the Council, Enlil and the counselors implored Anu to keep his kingship.

The scientist Ea, Firstborn Son of Anu, addressed the Council.

Although Ea was Anuís Firstborn Son, Ea was second in succession to Anuís throne.

The first to succeed Anu was Enlil, the Foremost Son. Enlil was first in succession because his mother, Anuís Royal Spouse, Antu, was Anuís half-sister. This made Enlil, not Ea, Anuís Foremost Son by Nibiru succession rules.

Ea, however, though only FirstbornĖnot Foremost--Son, married Damkina, Alaluís Daughter. As Alaluís son-in-law as well as Anuís Firstborn, Ea could be an acceptable go-between for both Anu and Alalu. Thus all in the Council listened intently to Ea address the threat and promise Alalu was offering them.

Ea proposed that he, in person, verify gold on Earth. If from gold dust of Earth, a shield for Nibiru its atmosphere to save, said Ea, let Alalu Earth rule as King. For kingship on Nibiru, let him wrestle Anu.

Let me in a chariot [rocket] to Earth journey, a path through the Bracelet [Asteroids] with water, not fire [Alalu had used nuclear missiles to get through the Asteroids] I shall fashion. On Earth, from the waters let me the precious gold to obtain; to Nibiru back it will be sent. [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki op.cit. page: 66]

Anu endorsed Eaís plan and sent him with pilot Anzu and fifty male astronauts to Earth. Enlil seethed with frustration that Ea pre-empted the heroic mission to Earth.

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5 - EA BLASTS TO EARTH WITH WATER, HIDES ALALUíS NUKES, FIRES PILOT ANZU. SENDS ABGAL TO NIBIRU WITH GOLD SAMPLES

Our story so far:

The deposed king of Nibiru, Alalu, stole a rocket armed with missiles and set himself up on Earth, promising Nibirans-- if they restore his throne--Earthís gold to save itself from atmospheric loss and the nukes he aimed at Earth. The Nibirans sent Alaluís son-in-law, Ea, (who is also son of Alaluís rival, Anu) to Earth to verify the gold and negotiate with Alalu on Anuís behalf.
 

Ea, rocketing to Earth in his spaceship, used up his water supplyĖneeded for the propulsion system--blasting Asteroids in his way. He landed on Mars to draw water from a lake, then rocketed for Earth, "its gold Nibiruís fate for salvation or doom containing." [Sitchin, Z., The Lost Book of Enki page 71]

The astronauts splashed into the Persian Gulf; there Alalu guided them ashore.

Ea built a settlement, Eridu, at the head of the Persian Gulf. From the Gulf, he extracted some gold. He built a plane, and with his personal pilot, Abgal, tested for more gold all over the planet.

Anu beamed orders from Nibiru to Earth. He commanded Ea to send Alaluís ship back to Nibiru with as much gold as possible.

In Alaluís rocket, Ea and Abgal found seven nuclear missiles. They hid the nukes in a cave.

Anzu, the interplanetary pilot, came to ready Alaluís rocket to return to Nibiru. But when he saw the missiles gone from the ship, Anzu confronted Ea. "When to Earth we flew, only water cannon did we use to blast through the Asteroids, nearly killing our engine due to water wasted blasting rocks. To return to Nibiru, I need the nukes you took from this ship."

Ea retorted, "Foresworn is the weaponsí use." [SItichin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 82]. "Replaced you are, Anzu, as interplanetary pilot, for we are pledged to no nukes in space. Your attitude compels me to relieve you. Stay here on Earth.

Abgal, my personal pilot, will take Alaluís ship back to Nibiru. And with water cannon only shall he navigate the asteroids. " Ea programmed a return route through the Asteroids and Abgal flew the spacecraft to Nibiru with sample gold to test as an atmospheric shield there.

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6 - Anu Sends Enlil to Rule Earth, Verify Gold

Story So Far:

King Anu of Nibiru sent his Firstborn, Ea to Earth to deal with his father-in-law, Alalu. On Earth, Ea hid Alaluís Nukes and sent Anzu with gold samples back to Nibiru

Narrative Resumes:

On Nibiru, scientists processed the gold "to make of it the finest dust, to skyward launch it was hauled away. A Shar [one orbit of Nibiru around the Sun, equal to 3,600 Earth years; Nibiruans live so long they seem immortal by our standards] did the fashioning last, a Shar did the testing continue. With rockets was the dust heavenward carried, by crystalsí beams was it dispersed.

[But] when Nibiru near the Sun came, the golden dust was by its rays disturbed; the healing in the atmosphere was dwindled, the breach to bigness returned." [Sitchin, Z., Lost Book of Enki, page 86] Anu sent Abgal back to Earth for more gold.


Drawing form Sitchin,Z., 2004, The Earth Chronicles Expeditions, page26

 

Enlil

On Earth again, Abgal found only a small gold yield, all Ea could mine from the Gulf so far. Ea sent Abgal to Nibiru again with this disappointing yield of gold.

Prospecting, Ea found gold, huge veins of it, in southeast Africa (Abzu). Jubilant, he announced his find to Nibiru.

 

Back on Nibiru, Anu and Enlil received Eaís news of vast veins of gold. Enlil, angry still that brother Ea leads the Earth Mission, demanded proof, not just of gold, but of lots of gold. Ea already gave false hope that enough gold could come from Earthís waters to save Nibiruís atmosphere.

Anu, unhappy with Enlilís constant complaints about Ea, gave in. Enlil, Iím sending you to Earth; there, youíll be in charge. Check on Eaís find.

When Enlil made landfall on Earth, he beamed back that, despite his initial doubts, Earth probably had gold enough to save Nibiruís atmosphere.

But the basic rivalry between Ea and Enlil (that plagues Earth to this day) surfaced again.

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7 - Anu, Enlil & Ea Draw for Nibiru, Earth, Seas & Mining

Our story far:

King Anu of Nibiru sent his dynastic heir, Enlil, to Earth to rule it and check Eaís claim of vast gold to send back to Nibiru to save that planetís atmosphere.

"Father Anu," Enlil broadcasts from Earth to Nibiru, "Affirm, by the law of succession, that I, your son by your own half-sister Antu, precedes and has authority over Ea, though, he, your eldest son, be."

"Come," Enlil implored, "to Earth in person and deal with Alalu, too, who thinks heís king here and says he should rule Nibiru as well."

"So, 416,000 years ago, Anu flew to Earth and drew lots with Ea and Enlil. At the drawing, Anu decreed, one lot would bestow rule over Nibiru; another lot would give its holder rule of Earth and control the Persian Gulf headquarters; the last lot would give responsibility for African mining operations and sea transport.

"By their lots the tasks they divided; Anu to Nibiru to return, its ruler on the throne to remain. The Edin [Mesopotamia] to Enlil was allotted, to be Lord of Command, more settlements to establish, of the skyships and their heroes charge to take. Of all the lands until they the bar of the seas encounter, the leader to be. To Ea the seas and the oceans as his domain were granted, lands beyond the bar of the waters by him to be governed, in the Abzu [southeastern Africa] to be the master, with ingenuity the gold to procure.í" [Sitchin, Z., Lost Book of Enki, pages 92 -93]

Enlilís first act was to award Enki his initial settlement, Eridu, on the Persian Gulf, in perpetuity.

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8 - Anu Defeats Alalu, Banishes Him to Mars with Anzu

Our story:

Anu, Enlil and Ea drew lots. Anu drew the lot for rule of Nibiru. Enlil drew Command of Earth. Ea drew responsibility on Earth for Seas, Mining and Lands beyond the Straits of Gibraltar.

No sooner did Anu and his sons divide rule of Nibiru and Earth, then,

Anu wrestled Alalu. They grappled. [Sitchin, The Wars of Gods and Men,
page 86]

"Forward toward Anu Alalu stepped, shouted, ĎMastery of Earth to me was allotted; that was the promise when the gold finds to Nibiru I announced! Nor have I the claim to Nibiruís throne forsaken.í" [Sitchin, Z., The Lost Book of Enki, page 93]

"Anu on the chest of Alalu with his foot pressed down, victory in the wrestling thereby declaring, ĎI am Kingí"

But when Anu lifted his foot from Alalu, "swiftly he the manhood of Anu bit off, the malehood of Anu Alalu did swallow.!" [op.cit.94]

Enlil tied Alalu up while Ea gave Anu first-aid. "Alalu," Anu groaned, "will slowly die from my seed."*

Anu condemned the sickened and doomed Alalu to spend his last days on Mars.

On his return trip to Nibiru, Anu stopped at Mars, where he left Alalu with food and tools. Anu also left Alaluís kinsman, Anzu -- the interplanetary pilot Ea had discharged -- to care for the dying Alalu.
 


NINMAH, ENROUTE TO EARTH, SAVES ANZU ON MARS, STARTS MARS-BASE

When Anu arrived back on Nibiru, he told the Council his plans for gold hunting through the solar system. He ordered continuous freight rockets to and from Earth. "Rockets will shuttle among way-stations on Mars, Earthís Moon, other planets and satellites between Nibiru and the sun."

King Anu sent his daughter Ninmah with female health officers to Earth. "Stop," said the King, "on the way, at Mars. If Anzu lives, give him men to set up a base there."

On Mars Ninmah found Alalu and Anzu dead. It was too late for the condemned Alalu, but Ninmah revived Anzu.

To commemorate Alalu who discovered the gold that can save Nibiru, Ninmah and Anzu, "The image of Alalu upon the great rock mountain with beams they carved. They showed him wearing an eagleís helmet; his face they made uncovered." [Sitchin, Z., The Lost Book of Enki, page 104].

 




* In the later Hittite version of this tale, Anu appointed Alaluís grandson, Kumarbi his cupbearer (as Alalu had appointed Anu to be his cupbearer). Anu took Kumarbi to Earth to keep an eye on him. In the Hittite version, it is Kumarbi, who bit Anuís penis. Anu forced Kumarbi to swallow poisonous stones. But Kumarbi managed to spit them out.

Kumarbi visited Ea/Enki, his sisterís husband on Earth. But on Earth, Enlilís younger son, Adad/Teshub incited Kumarbi. Adad bragged how he and big brother Ninurta would get all the privileges of knowledge and power Kumarbi was denied. Ea took Kumarbi in a rocket for Nibiru to plead with Lama, the ancestress of both Alaluís and Anuís lines, for mediation. But Lama, learning that Eaís mission lacked support of Enlilís sons, sent "lightening winds" against Eaís spacecraft, forcing him and Kumbari back to Earth.

Kumbari returned to Mars Base and agitated among the Igigi (astronauts), who attacked Enlil and his people on Earth. Seventy of Enlilís men flew aircraft against the Kumarbi and the Igigi. They defeated Kumarbi but Ullikumi, Kumarbiís son by one of the female astronauts, rallied the Igigi again.

Filling the role of Anzu in the Sumerian account, Ullikumi led the Igigi, 380,000 years ago. Ullikumi and the Igigi attacked the "whirlbirds" of the Enlilites, but were defeated by Enlilite champions Ninurta and Adad.

Sitchin identifies the battles between Alalu and his descendants the basis basis for later Indian tales of battles the Indira vs Vrita fight even later Greek tales of the Titan vs God War. Indira/Vrita and Titan/Zeus are based on the Anzu/Ninurta and Adad tale the Nibirans dictated to the Sumerians.
[Sitchin, Z., 1985,The Wars of Gods and Men, pages 91 -101]

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9 - NIBIRUíS EARTH PIONEER DYNASTY - EA, NINMAH & ENLIL, THREE INCESTUOUS SIBLINGS

Story So Far:

King Anu of Nibiru sent his Daughter, Ninmah with female health officers to Earth to serve the astronauts mining gold there. En route, she stopped on Mars, where found Alalu and Anzu dead. She was able to revive Anzu and gave him twenty of the astronauts accompanying her to Earth. She ordered him to build there on Mars the first way station for the gold freighters.

Background:

Ea says how he sees his love, his sister Ninmah, Chief Medical Officer for the Earth Mission. He reveals his perception of his rival, their brother Enlil, Commander of the Earth project.

"Enki and Enlil and Ninmah... Offspring of Anu the three leaders were, by different mothers....
Enki was the Firstborn Son; a concubine of Anuís was his mother.
Enlil by Antu, the spouse of Anu, was born; the Legal Heir he thus became.
Ninmah by another concubine was mothered, a half sister of the two half brothers she was.... Greatly beautiful she was, full of wisdom, one quick to learn.

Ninmah

[cropped from Sitchin Playing Cards, 2003, Card 6]

Enki

[Sitchin Playing Cards, 2003, Ace of Hearts]

Enlil

[ Sitchin Playing Cards, 2003,4 of Hearts]

"Ea, as Enki was then named, by Anu to espouse Ninmah was chosen, thereby their offspring son the legal successor thereafter to become. Ninmah of Enlil, a dashing commander, was enamored; by him she was seduced.... " [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, pages 112-113] Ea dictates to his scribe. (The rivalry between Ea and Enlil -- the critical competition that still affects Earth, shows here, as Ea refers to the sexual connection between his fiancť Ninmah and their half-brother, Commander Enlil, as "seduction.")

"A son from Enlilís seed Ninmah bore, Ninurta.... Anu angered; as punishment he Ninmah ever to be a spouse forbade! Ea his bride-to-be by Anuís decree abandoned; a princess named Damkina [Alaluís daughter] he instead espoused; a son, an heir to them was born, Marduk."
[Sitchin, 2002, op. cit.]

Ninmah gave Anzu twenty of the astronauts accompanying her to Earth. She ordered him to build there on Mars the first way station for the gold freighters.

We return from our genealogical segue to Ninmahís journey to Earth. We left her on Mars. Ninmah and Anzu finished Alaluís monument on Mars; she rocketed on to Earth.

As soon as she made planetfall on Earth, Nimmah showed Enlil and Ea seeds she brought. She tells them the seeds will bear a fruit from which a "euphoric elixer" can be made.

Enlil lured Ninmah into his airplane and flies her to his house "by the Cedar Forest" [Lebanon], as a perfect place to plant her seeds. "Once inside, Enlil embraced her, with fervor he kissed Ninmah, íOh my sister, my beloved!í Enlil to her whispered. By her loins he grabbed her." But "Into her womb his semen he did not pour."
[op.cit., 108] He promised her a healing city and said heíll bring their son Ninurta to Earth.

But Ninmah chilled toward Enlil when he raped Sud, an assistant sheíd brought from Nibiru.

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10 - ENLIL BANISHED FOR RAPE; ABGAL BETRAYS ENKI, SHOWS ENLIL ALALUíS NUKES

Our story:

Princess Ninmah rocketed her company of female health officers from Nibiru first to Mars (where she left Anzu to start a gold-transfer station) then to Eridu, at the head of the Persian Gulf.
 

Enlil [SItchin, 2003, Playing Cards]

Commander Enlil flew Ninmah (who was his sister, mother of their son, Ninurta) to his home in Lebanon to plant seeds sheíd brought. Enlil courted, but failed to seduce Ninmah, but she got him to promise to send for their son. He also promised to build a health sciences center in Mesopotamia for her officers.

Though Enlil promised Ninmah a healing city and said heíll bring Ninurta to Earth, Ninmah remained sexually aloof from Enlil.

Hurt when Ninmahís rejected him sexually, Enlil mooned about his gardens. He watched Sud, Ninmahís gorgeous Assistant Health Officer whoíd been assigned to the Landing Platform there in Lebanon, bathing in his stream with the other young women from the medical team.

Enlil invited Sud to get high on elixir made from seeds Ninmah brought from Nibiru and planted in his garden. "Sud drank, Enlil drank too; to her Enlil of intercourse was speaking. Unwilling was the lass.... Enlil laughed and embraced her, kissed her. His semen into her womb he poured.

To Ninmah, Sudís commander, the immoral deed was reported. Enlil, immoral one. For your deed judgment you shall face. So did Ninmah to Enlil in anger say. In the presence of fifty Anunnaki Seven Who Judge were assembled. On Enlil a punishment decreed: Let Enlil from all cities be banished...Let him exiled be. In a skychamber they made Enlil leave the Landing Place [Lebanon]; Abgal was his pilot."
[Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, pages 113-114]

Abgal, remember, had helped Enki hide Alaluís nuclear missiles.

Abgal took Enlil, ostensibly, to exile in Africa. But in Africa, in what the Seven had said must be "a Land of No Return", Abgal showed Enlil the cave where the nukes were secreted. Abgal thus secretly betrayed Ea/Enki, his old patron and aligned with Enlil against Enki. Abgal told Enlil he choose a place to exile Enlil where Enlil would have the power to regain rule of Earth, using the missiles Ea believed to be so securely hidden. Abgal told Enlil, "Take the weapons into your possession, with the weapons your freedom obtain!"
[op. cit., 114]

Meanwhile, Sud was pregnant from Enlilís rape. Enki and the tribunal asked Sud if sheíd marry Enlil if she were his official spouse. She agreed to marry Enlil as his royal wife. So the tribunal and even Ninmah pardoned Enlil and he and Sud married. Sud was given the title Ninti and bore Nannar/Sin, the first Nibiran Royal born on Earth.

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11 - Enki & Ninmah Breed Girls Till She Curses Him

Our story:

Chief Health Officer Ninmah rejected the sexual advances of Commander Enlil, father of her son, Ninurta. Frustrated, Enlil raped Ninmahís Assistant, Sud. The Seven Who Judge sentenced Enlil to exile in Africa. But when Sud, pregnant, agreed to a royal name, Ninti--and marriage to Enlil, the Tribunal pardoned Enlil and had pilot Abgal return Enlil from Exile. Since Enlilíd lost Ninmah already and lusted for Ninti anyway, he returned to Edin with renewed power. All he had to do was marry the the woman he wanted and heíd resume command of Earth operations. He didnít even have to reveal he knew where Enkiíd hidden the nuclear missiles. All he had to do was marry Ninti.

Ninmah had had enough of Commander Enlil. She was ready to explore her relation with Enki, her former fiancťe.

Enki told Ninmah, "Come with me in the Abzu [Africa] ... your adoration of Enlil abandon."

In Africa, "Enki to her words of loving spoke, sweet words he spoke, íYou are still my belovedí to her he said, caressing. He embraced her, he kissed her, she caused his phallus to water. Enki his semen into the womb of Ninmah poured. íGive me a son,í he cried." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 115]

But Ninmah bore Enki a daughter, then, immediately, another daughter.

When he insisted on another pregnancy "Ninmah against Enki a curse uttered, whatever food he ate was poison in his innards....

"To distance himself from Nimmahís vulva Enki by raised arm swore; from her curse Enki was freed. To the Edin Ninmah returned." [op. cit., 116]


ENLIL & ENKI BREED COMPETING LINEAGES WITHIN ANUíS CLAN
Enkiís Lineage:

When Ninmah stopped Enki from impregnating her again, Enki sent to Nibiru for his wife, Damkina, and their son, MARDUK. With them, and with the children Damkina bore him on Earth, Enki built his clan -- Mardukís earthborn half-brothers -- NERGAL, GIBIL, NINGISHZIDDA/THOTH and DUMUZI -- and their progeny.

Enkiís eldest son, Marduk, recall, was grandson of Alalu. When Alalu had seized the Nibiran Throne he bestowed his daughter, Damkina, on Anuís son Enki/Ea.

The first son of Damkina and Ea was Marduk. Marduk, Anu and Alalu had at the time agreed, would one day reign as King of Nibiru. So Marduk, the son of Enki and Damkina, was supposed to be the heir to the Nibiran throne.

But Anu deposed and condemned Alalu, sent Enki and Enkiís siblings, Ninmah and Enlil to Earth. On Earth, Enki and Enlil bred lineages. Powerful groups of patrilineally-related kin who competed for power in Operation Gold Dust.

Enlil bred his lineage on Earth with his wife, Sud/Ninti. Their sons together -- NANNAR/SIN and ISHKUR/ADAD/TESHUB -- reinforced him and his eldest son, NINURTA (Enlilís illicit child with Ninmah) in their struggles with the Enkiites.

Our story:

Chief Health Officer Ninmah rejected the sexual advances of Commander Enlil, father of her son, Ninurta. Frustrated, Enlil raped Ninmahís Assistant, Sud. The Seven Who Judge sentenced Enlil to exile in Africa. But when Sud, pregnant, agreed to a royal name, Ninti--and marriage to Enlil, the Tribunal pardoned Enlil and had pilot Abgal return Enlil from Exile. Since Enlilíd lost Ninmah already and lusted for Ninti anyway, he returned to Edin with renewed power. All he had to do was marry the the woman he wanted and heíd resume command of Earth operations. He didnít even have to reveal he knew where Enkiíd hidden the nuclear missiles. All he had to do was marry Ninti.

Ninmah had had enough of Commander Enlil. She was ready to explore her relation with Enki, her former fiancťe.

Enki told Ninmah, "Come with me in the Abzu [Africa] ... your adoration of Enlil abandon."

In Africa, "Enki to her words of loving spoke, sweet words he spoke, íYou are still my belovedí to her he said, caressing. He embraced her, he kissed her, she caused his phallus to water. Enki his semen into the womb of Ninmah poured. íGive me a son,í he cried." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 115]

But Ninmah bore Enki a daughter, then, immediately, another daughter. When he insisted on another pregnancy "Ninmah against Enki a curse uttered, whatever food he ate was poison in his innards....

"To distance himself from Nimmahís vulva Enki by raised arm swore; from her curse Enki was freed. To the Edin Ninmah returned." [op. cit., 116]

Top row: Enlil and sons Ninurta, Nannar/SIn, Ishkur/Adad
Bottom row: Three of Enkiís sons: Nergal, Gibil and Marduk
 

From Sitchin, Z., 1983, The Stairway to Heaven, page 114, Sumerian frescos of stone:
Enlilís lineage above, some of Enkiís below.


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12 - Ninurta Defeats Anzu & Astronaut Corps

Our story:

Anu of Nibiruís two sons, Enlil (Commander of Earth Operations) and Enki (Lord of the Seas and Chief of Mines) build rival lineages on Earth as astronauts mine gold in SE Africa

By some 400,000 years ago, Enlil had established seven Mission Centers (Sippar the Spaceport; Nippur, Mission Control; Badtibira, Metalurgical Center; Shurrupak, Medical Center).

Anzu commanded 300 Nibirans on Mars Base and in the shuttle service. His men, the Igigi, rocketed gold from Mesopotamia, where Enkiís ships brought it from Africa. Anzuís men on Mars transferred the gold to spaceships bound for Nibiru. On Nibiru, scientists powdered the gold and seeded it into the air. "Slowly was the breach in the heavens healing." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 117]
 

Mission Control, Nippur
[Sitichin, 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men, page 88]

The Igigi, led by Anzu, demanded Enlil grant them better working conditions, more elixir from the fruit Ninmah grew and a rest facility on Earth. Anu beamed orders from Nibiru for Anzu to go to Enlil on Earth where Enlil will show Anzu the entire mining operation so heíd understand why the Igigi must persevere.

When Anzu arrived at Nippur, Enlilís Capitol, he found Enlil reluctant to cooperate. Enlilís reluctance to receive Anzu reflected the challenge posed by the Igigiís demands and especially by the leadership of Anzu, kinsman to the executed Alalu. Enlil insisted he -- not Anzu -- gave orders to the Astronauts. Enlil believed that he alone had authority over the entire Earth operation; Anzu and the astronauts should obey, not challenge him.

Enki, however, persuaded Enlil to go ahead and explain the gold mining, refining and transport system to Anzu. "Our father, King Anu," said Enki, "says to convince Anzu to keep his men on the job." * So Enlil admitted Anzu to his chambers.

But when Enlil took off his clothes and set down the key to his control room, Anzu purloined the key. Anzu then slipped into the control room and stole the computer crystals that ran the spaceport and the astronaut cities in Mesopotamia. He forced Eaís pilot Abgal to take him to the spaceport, Shu.ru.pak. There, Anzuís men declared him king of Earth and Mars. He shut down vital services at headquarters (Nibru-ki) and cut communication between Earth and Nibiru.

Ninurta (Enlil and Ninmahís son**) shot Anzu down in an spectacular air battle. Ninurta then freed Abgal, captured Anzu and retrieved the crystals.

Ninurta, Enlilís Eldest Son, "Foremost Warrior" brings Anzu before Enlil

[copied from Sitchin, Z., 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men, page124--Drawing of cylinder sealVA/243, Berlin Museum]
 

Ninurta executes Anzu

[Sitchin,Z., 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men, page 99]

The Seven Who Judge -- Ea/Enki, Damkina/Ninki, Marduk/Ra, Nannar/Sin, Enlil/Yawheh, Ninmah and Ninurta -- ordered Anzu executed "with a killing ray."
 

Sitchin, in The 12th Planet [pages 107 -116] had earlier said the role of Anzu in The Lost Book of Enkiís account of the revolt of the Igigi [pages 117 - 121] was actually the role of Nannar, Enlilís Legal Heir (Enlilís first son by his legal spouse), as part of his (Nannarís) dynastic challenge to his half-brother Ninurta (Enlilís Firstborn) for Command of Earth. Perhaps Nannar was the power behind Anzu.

 

Nannar was exiled from Ur, not executed. Nonetheless, after Enlilís son Ninurta defeated the Igigi and executed their leader, Anzu, all the Nibiran leaders -- including Nannar, -- pledged to honor Ninurta as Enlilís successor on Earth.

Before, Ninurta was Enlilís successor only on Nibiru; Enlilís successor on Earth had been Nannar, Enlilís son with Sud. [Sitchin, Z., 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men, pages 95 -102].
 

Ninurta, now Enlilís "Foremost Warrior," enforced Enlilís rule over the entire system of gold extraction, processing, and transportation to Nibiru.

Marduk, however, sympathized with the Igigi complaint that made them revolt Ė no R&R facilities on Earth, infrequent rotations back to Nibiru, little elixer. "OK, Marduk," Enlil commanded, "Go to Mars and take command of the astronauts; do what you must so they obey me unconditionally. On Mars, bury Anzu, improve conditions and boost morale among the Igigi."

Astronaut Corps (Igigi) wearing eagle helmet/masks and winged capes.

They flank the Tree of Life and hold the Fruit and Water of Life

[Sitchin, Z,. 2003, The Anunnaki Playing Playing Cards, 9 of Clubs]

* Sitchin shows that Ea, allied through his marriage to Alaluís daughter Damkina and their son Marduk to the Alaluís lineage (matrifiliated), was part of the plot. "It was with Eaís connivance" that Anzu, kinsman of Alalu, is admitted to Enlilís inner sanctuary for energy source crystals, vital computer chips, orbital data panels, and control buttons for Earth and Earth-Nibiru, Mars communication. Ea suggested Enlil entertain Anzu as a stall to responding to the demands of the Igigi.

Sitchin, in The 12th Planet had earlier said the role of Anzu in The Lost Book of Enkiís account of the revolt of the Igigi [pages 117 - 121] was actually the role of Nannar (Enlilís son by his half-sister and legal wife, Sud) was Legal Heir on Earth. Nannarís was a challenge to Ninurta (Enlilís Firstborn and heir on Nibiru) to succeed to Enlilís command of Earth. In The Wars of Gods and Men, too, Anzu, the leader of the revolt is a descendent of Alulu (his grandson); in this version Anzuís an orphan adopted by the Mars Service, rather than Anzu the pilot who took Ea to Earth and stayed on Mars to die with Alalu [page 97].

Both Nannar and Ea would have benefited if Anzu vanquished Ninurta. But it was Nannar, not Ea, that Enlil exiled in the aftermath of the Igigi revolt. [The 12th Planet, pages 107 -116].

Anthropologists will recognize Enkiís description as a classical system of segmentary patrilineal (agnatic) lineages. In segmentary patrilineages, collateral lines (like those that descend from Ea and Enlil) cite alliance through different mothers to other royal patrilineages. The Ea lineage within the Anu clan, and especially the Marduk line of the Eaís lineage, is allied with the Alalu clan for leverage against the Enlilites within the Anu clan). In anthropology, Mardukís line is a matrifiliate of Alaluís clan. Matrifiliated alliances give lineages external allies as they vie for precedence in authority within their patriclans.

** Sitchin, in The Wars of Gods and Men, 1985, page 97, says Ninurtaís mother was Sud, not Ninmah. Since The Lost Book of Enki is later, itís probably correct, incorporating newer translations. Ninurtaís mother was Ninmah.

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