Wednesday, January 7, 2009

The Beginning - Pt.11

A very important trip to Nibiru was planned to show off the amazing earthling who could speak, read and behave appropriately, to Anu and all other inhabitants. Once again Enlil was not pleased with this plan. Not only have they endowed him with all their knowledge, but now they will take an Earthling into heaven, to become just like them? “With knowledge endowed, between Heaven and earth will travel.” But the command of Anu could not be avoided. Enki’s two sons Ningishzidda and the youngest Dumuzi were chosen to accompany Adapa and visit their parents’ planet for the first time. Anu wanted to bestow immortality on Adapa to include him in the extended family of the Anunnaki but Enki had other thoughts. Adapa was his creation by his own seed and a ‘mortal earthling’ with more Anunnaki blood than Adamu who was created first. Adapa had to remain an earthling on his own planet Earth and face death as all other earthlings. Creating a new species was one thing, but creating an immortal species was no on the cards.

As they took off, the tablets describe Adapa’s fear of flying for the first time, wanting to go back, while being pacified by Ningishzidda. “The lands they saw, by seas and oceans into parts separated… Adapa agitated was, he cowered and cried out: Take me back.” This was one of the earliest events of human flight ever recorded, describing clearly the geographical features in a way possible only when viewed from a great height. The events which took place on Nibiru upon their arrival, sound like a science fiction story along the lines of ‘The Alien Who Came to Dinner’. So as Adapa was admired and quizzed by Anu and the entire city who came to see this new ‘civilized’ alien from another planet, he was offered various items to eat and drink. When he refused, it surprised Anu and annoyed him somewhat, that this earthling would refuse the gift of immortality.

Then came the twist where fiction imitates life. we discover that the Anunnaki had some awesome technology that we do not really understand today. It allowed them to convey or transmit secret encoded messages. Before they departed from Earth, Enki gave Ningishzidda an encoded tablet for Anu. “Anu the tablet’s seal broke open… into the scanner the tablet he inserted… its message from Enki to decipher.”

It explained the heritage of Adapa, that he was the son of Enki from an earthling female and had to return to face his destiny on Earth. “To be of civilized man a progenitor his destiny shall be.” Anu then immediately declared that “the welcome to the earthling must not be overextended, on our planet he cannot eat and drink. Let his offspring there on Earth fields till and meadows shepherd.” Dumuzi was asked to stay on Nibiru while Ningishzidda returned to Earth with Adapa, bringing with them seeds to be planted. Dumuzi would bring the lambs and ewes on his return.

Enki confessed to his sister Ninmah and Ningishzidda about Adapa and Titi being his offspring, stressing that by his actions he secured the survival of the Anunnaki. Civilized earthlings would relieve more of their hardship, they will be taught to produce the food to keep everyone alive during the hard times. But once again, his brother Enlil’s fury was immense. This is where the Anunnaki begin to debate destiny and fate as a philosophical inevitability. “So did Enlil in anger say. Now the lot is cast, destiny by fate is overtaken.” All the way through many of these translations we are left with a very strange mixture of spirituality, awareness of the Creator of All things, advanced technological expertise and know-how. And yet, the Anunnaki themselves showed visible signs of a species still on the path of evolution. I personally get the distinct impression that their genome was not as evolved as we may have believed at first sight. It is possible that it was indeed fate which brought them to Earth to create humans, who would unravel the mystery of their own ancestry which stretched all the way back to another planet called Nibiru. But I have already shared my thoughts on the evolution of the genome with you. I propose that evolution happens exponentially, and in a few thousand years we would have evolved to the same level the Anunnaki were when they created us. They, however, leave probably evolved way beyond our present levels of comprehension, and that may have something to do with the many UFO sightings, visitations and abductions which are reported recurrently. Is it possible that since they have deserted planet Earth, the Anunnaki keep coming back to check up on their creation, and possibly help steer us in the right, or wrong direction?

Meanwhile Adapa’s female partner Titi, gave birth to twin sons. They called them Ka-in and Abael, showing us that once again, those who rewrote the story in the Bible many thousands of years later, got it completely wrong. It was not Adam and Eve who had Cain and Abel, it was the first civilized couple on Earth who had the troubled sons. Ka-in was taken under Ninurta’s wing to carry his city of Bad-Tibira, to be taught everything about farming the lands, digging canals, ploughing, planting ad harvesting crops and was known as “He Who in the Field Food Grows.” Marduk took the other son Abael, “He of the Watered Meadows” and taught him everything about building enclosures for his animals, feeding them and caring for them. We are reminded about the very long lives which these early humans lived because it was a whole Shar before Dumuzi returned from Nibiru bringing with him mainly sheep and other four-legged domesticated animals for farming. “Never before was there an ewe on Earth, a lamb has never to Earth from heavens been dropped.”

Under the leadership of Ninmah, the Anunnaki built what they called “the Creation Chamber” where “the multiplying of the grains and ewes on Earth begun.” When the first crops and sheep were harvested by Ka-in and Abael, they were called before Enlil and Enki and we witness the first ever offering to the gods by humans. Enlil proclaimed that, “Let there be celebration of firsts…” and for the first time in a long time he was pleased with the humans. This mentality of subservience and offering would be imposed on the humans for thousands of years by Enlil and other Anunnaki gods, forcing them to make sacrificial offerings as a sign of obedience. Those must have been tough times on Earth as the production of food was not sufficient to feed the large numbers of Anunnaki and humans, in the Abzu and in the Edin. Fish and fruit were clearly not enough. It was only after the introduction of the new seeds of a wide variety of agricultural produce that the food crisis was alleviated among the Anunnaki and humans.

The subtle competition among the cousins Ninurta and Marduk rubbed off on the earthling brothers Ka-in and Abael. They began to argue about who had the ore important job, displaying typical human traits so early in human history. It was not long before their subtle competition turned into more visible rivalry and when the climate changed and times became hard on the farmers, their rivalry turned to manslaughter. Abael’s sheep found the green fields of Ka-in irresistible and invaded them to graze on. Suddenly their petty arguments turned into a heated confrontation. The brothers got into a physical fight over their lands and in a fit of fury Ka-in hit Abael with a stone, killing him. “Ka-in a stone picked up, with it he Abael in the head struck… Again and again he hit him until Abael fell, his blood from him gushing.”

We see the first evidence of human remorse and grieving at this point. When Adapa and Titi found out about the tragedy they behaved the way some people still do today. “A great cry of agony Titi shouted, Adapa spread mud on his face.” Although Ka-in was remorseful, it was too late. There was much deliberation and argument among the Anunnaki about how they should deal with the situation. The decision did not come easily. In the end, Ka-in was judged by the Anunnaki and expelled from Edin to live in solitude in distant lands, to fend for himself. “From the Edin you must depart, among Anunnaki and civilized earthlings you shall not stay… To the ends of the Earth let him be banished.” The Bible tells us of the days that the Nefilim were on Earth… and the sons of the gods saw the daughters of man and had sex with them and so produced a new sub-species which became the Aryans. Obviously the bible does not put it in so many words, but I believe we have now reached the point where that particular biblical phrase begins to make much more sense.

In the 95th Shar Adapa and Titi had another son whom they called Seti, the biblical Seth, but the first civilized couple did not stop there. “Thirty sons and thirty daughters Adapa and Titi had.” These human offspring were tillers and farmers who grew in numbers and provided all the food required on Earth. In the 97th Shar, Seti had a son called Enshi, which meant ‘Master of Humanity’. Enshi was taught writing and counting by Adapa, he was taught about the Anunnaki and Nibiru, after which he was taken to Nibru-ki by the son of Enlil and showed anointing with oils, and how to extract the elixir from the Inbus fruits. This was also an important turning point in the relationship between humans and Anunnaki, when man began to call them ‘Lord’. “It was since then that by civilized man the Anunnaki Lords were called…” and the beginning of true worshiping of the Anunnaki. The civilized humans were also taught how to make fires with bitumen, how to operate the kiln and furnace, smelt metals and refine gold. They were taught how to make instruments and play music and sing, and even how to dig wells for water. The humans liked to gather at the water to socialize and it was there, where much interaction between males and females took place with lots of sexual activity, leading to the rapid growth in their numbers. We still seem to display the same behavior as water always attracts loads of people. Whether it’s the beach or a riverbank or even a pool in your back yard, people have always been attracted to water. And this is the part of the clay tablets which was copied into the Bible by the biblical writers thousands of years later, confusing virtually all scholars and theologians alike when they refer to the Nefilim. These were the days during which “… the Igigi to Earth were more frequently coming” from Mars. Marduk and the rest of the Martian Igigi “…what on Earth was transpiring they increasingly desired.”

The time of human expansion had arrived on earth. More and more humans were being born as descendants of Adapa, the first civilized man. If one considers the cultural differences between those times and today, the one striking difference is that promiscuity among the gods was almost a part of their expected behavior. Is it possible that the male human species inherited those urges from the Anunnaki? We certainly inherited most of their other characteristics, except the ones they specifically erased from our DNA. There was however a strange ironic reason for high levels of promiscuity in those ancient times. There has to be large numbers of half-siblings who could procreate to keep the genetic pool strong and healthy as the species was rapidly growing in numbers. So, without even realizing it, humans were imitating their maker gods in their sexual habits.

A long period of human achievement and cultural foundation building dawned. I will mention some of the characters who stood out in their prominence or achievements. Malalu, meaning ‘He Who Plays’, was the son of Kumin and Misaht, his half-sister, and was known for singing and performing music, so Ninurta made him many instruments which included a harp. Their whole family line worked in the metal city of Bad-Tibira.

Irid, which means ‘He of the Sweet Waters’ became the master well builder and provider of water where the humans liked to congregate and procreate. Ever wondered where the Greeks and Romans got their ideas of ‘baths’, and where the word ‘irrigate’ originates from? The Igigi from Mars were coming to Earth more frequently and in larger numbers, wanting to escape the harsh climate there, and to participate in the seemingly enjoyable lifestyle of the earthlings. The Igigi males started to make fancy to the daughters of man and they began to desire them.

Marduk took a bright young man called Enkime – ‘Understanding the Annals’ under his wing and taught him many things. He took him to the moon, taught him everything his father Enki had taught him before, about the stars and constellations and the circuits of the planets. Imagine finding those footsteps on the moon? What will that do to our perception of humanity? On their return he was stationed under Utu at Sippar, the “Place of the Chariots” and was called the ‘Prince of Earthlings’. Enkime was the first human who was taught the functions of priesthood. Some time later Marduk returned to the heavens with Enkime and his son Matushal. But this time Enkime did not return, he stayed in ‘the heavens’. “In a celestial chariot heavenward they soared… To visit the Igigi on Lahmu by Marduk they were taken… That in the heavens he stayed till the end of his days.” It is not quite clear what exactly happened to this character but it is written that the Igigi really took a liking to him. The possibility exists that Enkime actually stayed on Mars as a kind of pacifying force with the Igigi, who were growing restless. This would be very ironic since here we have a mortal earthling, giving real Nibiruans inspiration. Maybe he was truly worthy of the priestly status bestowed on him. And maybe this is where he put it to very good use, because it would take a while longer before the Igigi finally began to leave Mars in great numbers, heading for Earth. This all happened in the 104th Shar. Which was 374,400 years after arrival, 68,600 years ago.


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