It must have been eons later that Sita gave birth to five sons and a daughter.


The oldest son was Enlil, his Sumerian name, Yudhisthira of the Veda. The name Enlil is purely a rank title as Indra, and which tends to make these ancient histories a little confusing. Her offspring were supposedly born on a planet called the twelfth planet, which we shall study later, whom Sumerians claimed existed as do mystics yet today, and science, as we saw, is trying to pinpoint.


It was called, according to Zecharia Sitchin in his EARTH CHRONICLES, the planet of the Nibiru or just Nibiru.


However, here is where the trouble began as the children of this family were of the original, unblemished, primal stock and by right were to receive rule over the earth and took it as a matter of duty to rescue their misbegotten lineages from Indra.


Enlil seems to parallel, of such, Seth of the Bible who appears as many in this confused text, as a red herring. I think there was more a blending of Set of Egypt and Seth, the former probably Zu, the other son of Indra, whom many Egyptians loathed.


Egyptians seem to loath everyone the Bible elevates. The Mandaeans considered Seth a true son of God, unlike Cain and Abel in the lineages, so here Seth is equated with Enlil.


Cain and Abel in fact, resemble Marduk (Siva) and Zu.


In the Ascension of Isaiah, Seth is born in Heaven as Enlil is described in Sumerian. He was said to have brought peace to the world, the arts, sciences and astronomy, as Enlil would do after the Flood, and as he is described as doing in Egyptian texts, called Osiris here. The Semites were people who divided themselves from the Cainites and were not offspring of Seth or Enlil but retained the fine features of him as his ancestors.


Their rivals, the Cainites, sound rather like they have many remnants yet today.

These Semites inhabited a sacred mountain in the far north, near the Cave of Treasure - some lake it for Mount Hermon. The Cainites lived apart in a valley to the westward... The Selhiles were extraordinarily tall like their ancestors; and, by living so close to the Gate of Paradise, won the name 'Children of God.'


Many Sethites took celibate vows, following Enoch's example, and led the lives of anchorites. By way of contrast, the Cainites practiced unbridled debauchery, each keeping at least two wives; the first to bear children, the second to gratify lust.


The child-bearer lived in poverty and neglect, as though a widow; the other was forced to drink a potion that made her barren-after which, decked out like a harlot, she entertained her husband luxuriously.

As the old saying goes, the Cainites wanted a good girl to court and a bad girl to have fun with! However, they were just showing how biochemically poor they were as erotism usurped procreation.


Being physically weak they were androgynous and gave birth to too many children, and usually female, because of their lack of restraint and confused biochemistries.

It was the Cainites' punishment to have a hundred daughters borne them for each son; and this ted to such husband-hunger that their women began to raid houses and cany off men.


One day it pleased them to seduce the Sethites, after daubing their faces with rouge and powder, their eyes with antimony, and the soles of their feet with scarlet, dyeing their hair, putting on golden earrings, golden anklets, jeweled necklaces, bracelets and many-colored garments.


In their ascent of the holy mountain, they twanged harps, blew trumpets, beat drums, sang, danced, clapped hands: then, having addressed the five hundred and twenty anchorites in cheerful voices, each caught hold of her victim and seduced him.


These Sethites, after once succumbing to the Cainite women's blandishments, became more unclean than dogs, and utterly forgot God's laws.

Weak eyes and blindness also ran in the lineages as Lamech was said to be blind, true to their founding father.

According to the Veda, the Ennead, the original primal ancestors, were born of the great egg:

When all this was without light and unillumined, and on all its sides covered by darkness, there arose one large Egg, the inexhaustible seed of all creatures.


They say that this was the great divine cause, in the beginning of the Eon: and that on which it rests is revealed as the true Light, the everlasting Brahman. Wondrous it was and beyond imagining, in perfect balance in all its parts, this unmanifest subtle cause that is that which is and that which is not.


From it was born the Grandfather, the Sole Lord Prajapati, who is known as Brahma, the Preceptor of the Gods, as Sthanu, Manu, Ka, and Paramesthin.


From him sprang Daksa, son of Pracetas, and thence the seven sons of Daksa, and from them came forth the twenty-one Lords of Creation. And the Person of immeasurable soul, the One whom the seers know as the universe; and the Visve Devas, and the Adityas as well as the Vasus and the two Asvins, Yaksas, Sadhyas, Pisacas, Guhyakas, and the Ancestors were born from it, and the wise and impeccable Seers.


So also the many royal seers, endowed with every virtue... There are thirty-three thousand, thirty-three hundred, and thirty-three Gods this is the summing up of creation.

Mortality was considered a disgrace, a failing of the family, an outcome of ignorance. Other lineages are listed in the Veda, the original are known as the gods, hut their offspring are of equal respect, unlike those under Indra's despotic rule.

From the seven brothers of Sita, five sons were born within the time frame given. Two were said by the Veda to be twins, so we see a failing of their own genetic strength. They are always treated as the weaker of the older brothers. Apparently Sita, or one of her brothers did suffer form the earth adventure.


But, see how good they were, there is not much else to tell, unlike their rogue brother, so let's off to the next chapter! Things will certainly change later.


However, we would never have had to write this history if everyone were as good as they!




1. Adamschriften, Die Apokryphischen Gnostischen Adamschriften - von Erwin Preuschen, Giessen, 1900
2. IBID.

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