Wednesday, January 7, 2009

The Beginning - Pt.06

And so we get to the point where the real prehistory of humankind begins, long before the first ‘Adamu’ was created, during the “Prior Times” when only the brave exploring astronauts were on this new planet Earth. They realized that their mission was one of life or death for their home planet Nibiru. “On a life or death mission we have come; in our hands is Nibiru’s fate.” There was little time to waste, and after sending a message to his father Anu back home, Ea mobilized a number of different teams to perform various tasks. The place where they landed would later be called Eridu, “The home away from home” the first city on Earth. It was located in modern Iraq near where Basra is today, on the coast of the Gulf. Over the next six days they performed miracles. They created a source for drinking water; they made bricks from clay to build their settlement; built a camp to live in; examined and recorded the edible fruit and trees which grew in abundance everywhere; they experienced their first thunderstorm on Earth with great trepidation; the rain and lightning and wind was fierce; they were amazed by the moonlight as it lit up the land and sky at night, and they were even more puzzled by the very short days and nights. Furthermore they documented the creatures which were present everywhere, in the sky, on land and in the water. They made traps for fish and fowl; they built boats to cover the waters with; and they put up fences around their camp for protection against the fierce beasts they observed for the first time, and they even brought the historic “Beam That Kills” from the chariot to their new camp. This is where the historic events become very familiar, because on the 7th day Ea gathered his comrades in the camp and suddenly the opening words of the Bible take on a whole new meaning. 

“On the seventh day the heroes in the encampment were assembled, to them Ea spoke these words: A hazardous journey we have undertaken… At Earth with success we arrived, much good we attained, an encampment we established. Let this day be a day of rest; the seventh day hereafter a day of resting always to be!”

And then the settlers gave their new home a name. “Let this place henceforth by the name Eridu be called, Home in the Faraway…” and their new planet was called Ki. Now that they had the base camp established and they had identified the foods which they could eat, they did not waste any time before the gold extraction began. The first sources were the marshes, rivers and oceans. The method they used sounds similar to the ‘sucking’ method which is still used today in the ocean beds to find diamonds. Remember that they were searching for alluvial gold and gold nuggets from any source. So they used “That Which Water Sucks” and “That Which Spits Out The Water” to pile up the mud and sort the content. At the end of the week they had all kinds of metals including iron and copper, but gold was the least amount. “Of the gold the smallest pile was accumulated.”

Ea was fascinated by the moon and its orbits, which prompted him to call one circuit a month. “Month to its circuit he gave the name.” The work continued for a whole year but not enough gold was collected. While Nibiru was approaching the sun in its orbit, they wanted to transmit the gold to Nibiru at its closest point. It was decided that they should wait for one more Shar (3600 years) until the orbit brought the planet back. They brought out the ‘Sky Chamber’ from the space ship and prepared it for action. With the craft they would have to scan the planet for new richer deposits of gold. They analyzed the planet and identified where the rich “veins of gold” were hiding. Then they traveled far and wide to scan the ground below. “In the sky chamber with Abgal did Ea upward soar, the Earth and its secrets to learn.” We are told how they flew over mountains and valleys and rivers and vast lands separated by oceans, making a good record of all their findings. Ea also used this opportunity to hid the “seven deadly weapons” from the chariot in a secret place in a faraway land which only he and his pilot knew about. They were not to be used or abused on their new home.

Anu sent word to Ea that no matter what happened, they needed to ship whatever gold they had accumulated to Nibiru. It was essential that they tested the gold dispersion technique which would repair their atmosphere. But on Earth, Alalu who would take the gold back, was furious that Ea had removed the weapons from the space chariot. He was going to use them to blast his way through the asteroid belt. Ea explained that Abgal knew the way through the belt, as he successfully created a path through it on the way in. He would pilot the chariot back to Nibiru.

So they loaded the gold and prepared for the launch. “into Alalu’s chariot basketfuls of gold were carried… The chariots Great Cracker he enlivened… Then the chariot with a roar heavenward rose, to the heavens it ascended.” And this is how the first ever shipment of gold left the newly colonized planet Earth.

The trip back to Nibiru is described in great detail. How they use their ‘crystals’ to locate the pathway through the Hammered Bracelet and we also get a clear picture of what Nibiru, the radiant planet, looks like when observed from space. “… in the darkness, in reddish hue glowed Nibiru; a sight to behold it was.” There was great excitement on Nibiru about the arrival of their precious gold, they were welcomed by large crowds as heroes returning from space, very similar to the kind of reception our astronauts received when they returned form the first moon landing. “A multitude of populace was there assembled.” The work started immediately to prepare the fine dust powder mixture which was going to be dispersed into the atmosphere. The planned experiment turned out to be a great success. But now they needed more gold… lots more, to deal with the full extent of the atmospheric damage. “With rockets was the dust heavenward carried, by crystal’s beam was it dispersed. Where there was a breach, now there was healing.” They informed the settlers on Earth about their success, which caused much happiness. But the ‘healing’ did not last long before it was dissipated by the rays of the sun on its approach. The chariot was assembled and returned to Earth with more explorers and more equipment to speed up the work. But after another whole Shar, they only collected a small amount, not enough for Nibiru’s growing problems. Once again Ea traversed the planet searching for signs of gold but the signals he received all pointed in one direction, to the southern parts of the planet, where the gold was mixed with ore underground. “Again and again there was the same indication… Where the landmass the shape of a heart was given, in the lower parts thereof, golden veins from Earth’s innards were abundant.”

It was at this point that they had to come up with new methods and technology to separate the gold from the rock and it also very clearly indicated that the southern part of Africa was the place where this gold operation was about to take place. Anu sent word giving instruction to obtain the gold “… from the veins, not from the waters, the gold must be gotten.” In the meantime they realized that Ea would need help and guidance with the task, so his brother Enlil was dispatched to join him and help with the management and command. Once again they surveyed the lands and saw the rich gold deposits in southern Africa. They called this part of the world ‘Abzu’, but the extraction from the rock would be more difficult. “Let Anu come to Earth, let him decisions provide…” said Enlil to his brother. The decisions which needed to be made were crucial for the future success of the operation and would also play a pivotal role in the relationship between the royal brothers Ea and Enlil. If the activity was to take place in a faraway land, they would need to divide tasks and responsibilities. Someone had to oversee the base camp in the north at Eridu, and the other had to oversee the mining activity in the south at Abzu.  These were the decisions which Anu needed to make. Once again the Nibiruans surprise us with their simplistic ways of solving complex problems. After Anu arrived and was shown the vastness of the proposed operation he offered a solution. They drew lots to determine who would perform which task, a custom which the heroes of the Bible inherited. And so it was decided that Enlil would remain in Eridu and prepare the landing sites to handle higher traffic of space ships to carry loads of gold and ensure that the necessary infrastructure was in place to support such activity. Ea would establish the mining operations with its own control center in the south, and devise new tools and methods to maximize the extraction process. At this point however there were already signs of friction between the brothers. Ea felt that since he was the first on Earth, the one who had established the entire place to his point, he wanted to stay at Eridu and establish the Edin, which would become the lavish home of the “Upright Ones”.  He wanted Enlil to look after the mining in the south. “Let it the Edin be, abode for the Upright Ones, by this name be known. The commander of Edin let me be, let Enlil the gold extraction perform.” Enlil felt that he was the better commander with a superior knowledge of chariots and sky ships and ports, while Ea was the scientist and engineer who would be more successful at mining tasks. The wise Anu realized that any decision would result in unhappiness so the drawing of lots decided their fate. Ea was sad but accepted his task honorably, Enlil was satisfied and ready to start developing the space ports and command center. To reward Ea for his pioneering work, Anu pronounced that he would always be known as Enki, the “Earth’s Master” from that moment on; and Enlil would be known as “Lord of the Command”. And so were the responsibilities and titles allocated to the brothers on a distant planet, called Earth.

But before Anu departed, Alalu challenged him for the throne once again. They engaged in a wrestling match once more, and once again Anu was victorious. But in his anger Alalu lashed out at the crotch of Anu who was standing over him, and in a rage of fury be bit off his testicles. This was a blow for stability on this new space colony and after deliberation and contemplation, it was decided not to execute Alalu, but to banish him to Lahmu (Mars), to spend his time there alone. And so it was done. But Anzu, the talented pilot, volunteered to take Alalu down to the surface of Mars in the sky chamber and chose to stay with him until his sickness ‘devoured’ him. There was apparently something in the ‘flesh’ of others that killed anyone who consumed it. Could this have been an advanced genetic manifestation which becomes active as the DNA evolves and we move farther away from primitive species who may have practiced cannibalism at some stage in their past? Whatever the correct diagnosis is, it was Alalu’s fate to die as a result of swallowing the testicles of Anu during their hand-to-hand struggle.

The mining and shipping preparations went on with purpose on Earth. They planted a way station on Mars. You may immediately ask why, but the answer is quite ingenious and practical, once again pointing to the knowledge of space travel and the solar system of those early astronauts. At present we have the ability to take about seven people into space. Any more than that starts to require much greater thrust and technology mainly because of the added weight and the effect of gravity. The gravity on Mars is only about 38% of that on Earth. By sending regular shipments to Mars, they would be able to send few but much larger shipments from there to Nibiru. A simple and practical solution.

Enki (Ea) designed a new range of tools and equipment needed for the mining operation and beamed the designs to Nibiru to be manufactured. “An Earth splitter with cleverness Enki designed…”That which crunches’ and ‘that which crushes’ he also designed on Nibiru for Abzu to be fashioned.” We also learn from the texts that Earth was too hot for some of the Anunnaki, suggesting that Nibiru had a more temperate climate with the sunshine not nearly as harsh, even when the planet came in close to the Sun on its orbit. The Sumerian symbol for Nibiru is a ‘radiating cross’ like a ‘plus’ sign, which indicates that it is not only the planet of the crossing, but also a radiating planet which radiates its own heat and energy. The sun is not really required. Several of the other planets in our solar system also radiate heat and energy but they are obviously not suitable for life. This extra heat on Earth caused Enlil to seek cooler parts of the world for himself. “Enlil by the heat of the Sun afflicted, for a place of coolness and shade was searching. To snow-covered mountains on the Edin’s north side he took a liking.” There in the middle of the cedar mountains, is where he set up his own home and started to build the new landing site for their space ships. Was this the historic Cedar Forest in north-east Lebanon? Where Baalbek is situated?

We learn of their technology to excavate and cut rocks to perfect size with tools not yet known to humans today. It explains the speed and precision with which they could build giant structures which would include all of the great pyramids and temples in years to come, in Egypt and in the Americas. “Above the mountain valley with power beams the surface he flattened. Great stones from the hillside the heroes quarried and to size cut. To uphold the platform with sky ships they carried and emplaced them.” They indicated from the very first building activities that they liked massive sturdy structures built mainly from stone, which would last forever. Quite different from the architecture of today. It clearly explains where the ancient civilizations got their influence and their knowledge to build the colossal monuments of the past. “With satisfaction did Enlil the handiwork consider… a structure of everlasting.” Could it be the hitherto unexplained ancient platform ruins at Baalbek? It certainly sounds like it. It was so impressive, not even the ancient Romans knew its purpose, but they used the giant 1000-ton megaliths as a base to build their Temple of Jupiter.

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