Wednesday, January 7, 2009

The Beginning - Pt.09

While examining the baby boy, Enki noticed that his penis had a long skin hanging from the front end. “Unlike that of Anunnaki malehood it was, a skin from a forepart was hanging. Let the earthling from us Anunnaki by this foreskin be distinguished.” And suddenly the ancient ritual of circumcision takes on a whole new meaning. Is it possible that in years to come, the human tribes not only circumcised the newborn male babies only for hygienic reasons, but also to imitate the gods? To look a little bit more like them? Because they saw the baby not as a creature, they decided to give it a name, they called him ‘Adamu’, “One Who Like Earth’s Clay Is”. And if you have ever wondered where the Aryan blond and blue eyed people come from, the texts also divulge this information. In previous chapters we read that Enki had a son who looked just like him. It describes the baby as ‘radiating’ and ‘bright eyes the color of the sky’; and light hair as the ‘golden Sun’. It is pretty clear from that description that the Anunnaki must have had white skin, generally blond hair and blue eyes. And since Enlil and his followers preferred the cooler climate of the lands further North, near the snow-capped mountains, it would also explain why the blue-eyed-blond people mostly originate from that part of the world even today. Further support for this revelation comes when Ninmah lifts up to hold her new ‘earthling’ baby. “Ninmah cast her hand upon the newborn’s body, with her fingers his dark red skin she caressed.” We should assume that if her skin was also dark, they would not have made such a fuss about it in the tablets.

It’s very important to recognize Enki’s immediate affinity for his new ‘earthling’ creation. We see the maverick, creative scientist in his character, who absolutely adores his ‘Adamu’ and almost immediately wanted only the best for him. This would lead to many disagreements between him and Enlil, who only saw the ‘earthlings’ as primitive workers who were created to perform a specific task.

But now they had to face the problem of multiplying this baby many times to create a large enough group of workers. The mass production of the ‘slave species’ had begun. Out of the several hundred Anunnaki females, seven volunteers were found to become surrogate mothers and carry the new species to term. “Their task is heroic, by them a race of Primitive Workers shall come into being.” They became known as the ‘Birth Mothers’ and these seven females became highly worshiped in Vedic poems, Harappan and other Asian cultures in latter years, often appearing in seals and other pictorial representations. It could also be the origins of why the number 7 is so highly revered in so many cultures.

Now that ‘Adamu’ was created as they had wanted, they used his DNA as the prototype for all the other babies. The seven birth mothers were each impregnated with fertilized eggs, to carry the fetus to term. It is fascinating to see that there are seven female deities which were revered in the Indus Valley and Harappan cultures. The task of giving birth to the workers was a lengthy process and Enki realized that this was not really going to solve the problem of creating a substantial labor force of earthlings. He proposed that they create a ‘female’ earthling to procreate with Adamu.”… For males counterparts to be… let them know each other… as one flesh the two to become… Let them by themselves procreate… By themselves give birth… Anunnaki females to relieve.” This time they used Adamu’s blood and DNA to create the ‘admixture’ for fertilization while Enki’s spouse Ninki became the surrogate mother. In good time the first female earthling was born, it made human noises, it was healthy and “her skin smooth was, as that of the Anunnaki in smoothness and color it was.” This is a fascinating bit of information, even right from the very start there was a differentiation in skin color between Adam and Eve. Is this why we simply cannot eradicate racism from the face of the world even today? Is it something so deeply seeded in our DNA that more evolution is required to overcome this ‘race’ clash which lingers on and on? Only time will tell.

Once again they decided that the being needed a name because it was not a creature. They called her ‘Ti-Amat’, the Mother of Life, which was also a derivative of the watery planet Tiamat from when Earth was created during the Epic of Creation. They went on to create another seven earthling females from the Anunnaki birth mothers, which gave them seven males and seven females. “Let the males and females inseminate, let the primitive workers themselves offspring beget.” They created cages for them and allowed them to grow up together while observing them. But Adamu and Ti-Amat were to be excluded from the hard work of the other earthlings. They were the first ones and were to be protected for their DNA. Enki took them up to Edin in the Upper World where the Anunnaki dwelled, to show off the new ‘primitive worker’ to all. A simple dwelling was built for Adamu and Ti-Amatin in an enclosure of Edin and they were allowed to roam freely in it while the Anunnaki came from far and wide to observe them. It was probably a bit like an ancient ‘freak show’ with never-seen-before species on display. Even Marduk arrived from the way station on Lahmu. What took everyone by surprise was their intelligence and ability to follow commands and perform simple tasks. Adamu and Ti-Amat led a privileged life in the lush gardens of Edin. They were cared for, constantly observed and admired by all the Anunnaki. After all, they were created in their image. Even Enlil who vigorously opposed the creation initially, was pleased with the outcome. But those who worked in the mines were most relieved. “Primitive workers have been fashioned, our days of toil to end” they were shouting.

But their excitement was short-lived because while the two ‘workers’ in Edin were being observed, so were the ones in the Abzu being observed by Ningishzidda, the young scientist. “Conceiving there was not, birth-giving there was not.” The new species was unable to procreate. This was not only proving to be a problem for Enki in the lab but also underground. The Anunnaki miners were getting very restless and losing their patience waiting for this new ‘primitive worker’ to take over their toil. Enki and Ningishzidda had to do more genetic manipulation and we read in great detail what they did. The new species had 22 chromosomes which did not include the X and Y sex chromosomes; that is why they could not procreate. How on Earth could an ignorant scribe 4500 years ago have had such detailed knowledge about genetics? “Like two entwined serpents Ningishzidda the essence separated… Arranged like twenty two branches on a Tree of Life were the essence… The ability to procreate they did not include.” Then the young Ningishzidda performed a dangerous procedure which included the ribs of the individuals and which was rewritten in the Bible some time later with some variation. He sedated Enki and Ninmah extracting the missing “sex-essence” from each one, implanting it into Adamu and Ti-Amat. “To their Tree of Life two branches have been added… With procreating powers their life essence are now entwined.” From that moment on all humans had 23 pairs of chromosomes.

The two were allowed to roam freely in the orchards of Edin while their creator Enki tried to teach them some basics of intelligence. He clearly wanted his new ‘species’ not to be too primitive; not to evolve as a slave; he wanted to uplift them with knowledge. Enki’s symbol was the entwined serpent which is still used as the symbol for medical doctors today. It was this imagery which has led to the ageless confusion between the maker and the ‘evil serpent’ who tempted Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden. The story is somewhat simpler and more logical if seen from the point of the Sumerian tablets. Enlil was furious about the ‘slaves’ being able to procreate on their own. This was never part of the plan. Now they have not only created a new species which was not supposed to happen, but they have given them the essence of intelligence and life which the Anunnaki possessed.

And this part of the scriptures points irrefutably to the genetic manipulation performed by the Anunnaki which stunted our DNA, causing many of the undesirable and unexplainable characteristics among humans today; the fact that we die, that we get sick and other undesirable side-effects associated with an incomplete genome. Ningishzidda comforted Enlil by explaining that he did not give the new species the gift of eternal life. “Knowing for protection they were given… The branch of long living, to their essence tree was not.” This statement explains why the Anunnaki lived so long, or even eternally and why they could be revived from the dead. It also suggests that they must have performed more genetic engineering on humans after this point, because it is clear from other scripts that the early humans lived very long lives, unlike humans today.

Enlil could not be pacified and he proclaimed “Then let them be where they are needed… In the Abzu away from the Edin, let them be expelled.” This story is well known as the ‘Fall of Adam’ in the Bible. There are also some other fascinating similarities when Enlil was walking in the shade of the trees in Edin looking for the two earthlings, wanting to see how they were getting on. By that stage they had already been taught various things by his brother Enki and they were aware of their nakedness. Wanting to be more like their maker, who wore clothing, they began to emulate him. This was a dead giveaway to Enlil that someone had been feeding them knowledge and information which he was decisively opposed to. It was at this point when he expelled them from Edin for becoming too informed, and a stern threat was extended to the human couple not to consort with the ‘evil serpent’ and not be led astray by his attempts and promises of knowledge and other things. So it turns out that the serpent was actually Enki, who was the maker, the ‘creator’ of humankind who was personified as the devil by Enlil, while from that moment on, Enlil became the ‘god of fear and vengeance’ who did everything in his power to oppress and control humans. He was very clear about the limits to which he would allow humans to develop. He chose his favorites, punished those who would not listen to him, and prevented humans from worshiping any other god than him, although the other gods had much more regular contact with humans, which led to them being worshiped in any case. But in time, Enki’s oldest son Marduk would take over this vengeful god role when he proclaimed himself the ‘god above all’.

In the Abzu, all the earthlings were procreating, which included Adamu and Ti-Amat. “With wonderment did Enki and Ninmah watch the newborns… How they grew and developed was a marvel.” They comprehended commands, did not complain about the heat and dust and worked hard for rations of food. Finally, after a whole Shar (3600 years) the Anunnaki were relieved of the toil in the mines, while back home on their planet, Nibiru’s atmosphere was healing. The earthling workers in the Abzu grew in numbers quickly, working in the mines and as servant-slaves to the Anunnaki. But in the north or the “Upper World” the Anunnaki were also growing in numbers. Enlil and Enki’s sons had offspring with some of the nursing Anunnaki females who arrived from Nibiru.

By now the settlers from a distant planet had been on Earth for around 240,000 years. They had established a stable infrastructure to perform the arduous task of mining gold for their home planet Nibiru and they had grown in numbers, which now included many Anunnaki who were born on Earth and had no knowledge of Nibiru. This is quite an interesting set of variables. We are also told that their stay on Earth had sped up their aging process. “By lifecycles of Nibiru they were endowed, by Earth’s cycles they were quickened.” This means that the children grew up quicker on Earth. The larger community of Anunnaki made life a bit easier on them because they could now divide their chores among more individuals. The biggest achievement was the creation of the ‘slave species’ which was working out well. The new species performed all the lowest and the toughest tasks, and so the ‘earthlings’ were in great demand by the Anunnaki. Those must have been very interesting times on Earth while the settlers lived in a kind of utopian paradise. After all, they were on a mission which was planned, supported in many ways with technology from ‘home’ and most importantly, it was funded and provided for with everything they needed. It was a fully functional ‘communist’ system where all of them worked together for a collective benefit. The settlers did the work required and in return were provided with everything they needed. They were even allowed to break longstanding rules of the Nibiru civilization by creating a cloned slave species to perform the hard labor. There is no reference to money or currency or the need to pay for something until long after the flood some 11,000 BC. It was the perfect community of settlers, everyone with his own task, contributing to the greater benefit of all the Anunnaki, feeding everyone and providing for everyone in every way. The slave species became an inextricable part of the full cycle of activities on Earth. But they were functioning within their own little sphere which was swallowed up by the larger Anunnaki sphere of activity. As slaves they were not paid, but they were housed and fed and clothed by the Anunnaki.

Enlil had twin grandchildren called Utu, a boy, and Inanna, a girl, who would become Ishtar, the goddess of love in many cultures, by many names. But the climate on Earth was changing and causing great havoc. We are even told about the Antarctic meltdown prior to the last Ice Age. “Upon the Earth the warmth was rising… Vegetation flourished… The rains were heavier… Rivers were gushing… The snow white parts to water were melting… volcanoes were fire and brimstone belching… In the Lower World the snow white-hued place the Earth was grumbling.” 

But the disturbance on Earth was arriving from the cosmos too as Nibiru was on her way to round the Sun. “In the heavens Nibiru was approaching, the Sun’s abode it was nearing.” This particular time the planet got a little too close to the asteroid belt, its gravity causing many rocks to be dislodged from their stable orbit causing them to collide with the inner planets which included Earth. But it was Mars and the moon that were most affected. Marduk who was stationed on Mars was very nervous and was complaining to Enki about the situation. “From the Bracelet bits and pieces it has been displacing.” Mars, Earth and the moon were bombarded by meteors causing havoc and panic and much damage. “In the Hammered Bracelet turmoils are occurring… Upon the Earth brimstones from the sky were falling… Like stoney missiles the Earth they were attacking… The faces of all three with countless scars were covered.”


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