Anunnaki Connection
A Series of Essays by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D (UCLA Anthropology )
from Enki Speaks

[Essay 11 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

Based on Zecharia Sitchin's 2002 epic
The LOST BOOK OF ENKI: Memoirs and Prophecies of an Extraterrestrial God

Our story

        Chief Health Officer, Princess Ninmah, rejected the sexual advances of Commander Enlil, father of her son, Ninurta.  Frustrated, Enlil raped Ninmah's 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 Enlil'd 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 he'd resume command of Earth operations.  He didn't  even have to reveal he knew where Enki'd hidden the nuclear missiles.  All he had to do was marry Ninti.

Narrative Resumes

Ninmah spurned Commander Enlil.  Now she could explore her relation with Enki, her former fiancee.

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, 'You are still my beloved' 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.  'Give me a son,' 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 again impregnating her, "Ninmah against Enki a curse uttered, whatever food he ate was poison in his innards.... 

"To distance himself from Nimmah's vulva Enki by raised arm swore; from her curse Enki was freed.  To the Edin Ninmah returned." [The Lost Book of Enki, page 116] 


Enki's Lineage: When Ninmah stopped Enki from conceiving again with her again, Enki sent to Nibiru for his wife, Damkina (Ninki), and their son,  MARDUK.  With them, and with the children Damkina bore him on Earth, Enki built his clan--Marduk's Earthborn  half-brothers--NERGAL, GIBIL, NINGISHZIDDA/THOTH and DUMUZI--and their progeny. 

Enki's eldest son, Marduk, recall, was grandson of Alalu.  When Alalu seized the Nibiran Throne he bestowed his daughter, Damkina, on Anu's son Enki/Ea. 
The first son of Damkina and Ea was Marduk.  Marduk (Anu and Alalu agreed) would one day reign as King of Nibiru.  So Marduk, the son of Enki and Damkina, was supposed to inherit the Nibiran throne. 

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

Enlil's Lineage: 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 (Enlil's illicit child with Ninmah) in their struggles with the Enkiites. 

[Essay 12 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

Based on Sitchin, Z., 2002 The Lost Book of Enki

Our story
 The two sons of King Anu of Nibiru, Enlil (Commander of Earth Operations) and Enki (Lord of Earth's Seas and Mines) build rival lineages on Earth as astronauts mine gold in SE Africa 

Narrative Resumes

By some 400,000 years ago, Enlil had built seven Mission Centers in Mesopotamia.  The centers: Sippar the Spaceport; Nippur, Mission Control; Badtibira, Metalurgical Center; Shurrupak, Med Center.

Anzu, kinsman to the deposed and deceased King Alalu, commanded 300 Nibirans on Mars Base and in the shuttle service.  His men, the Igigi, rocketed gold from Mesopotamia, where Enki's sea vessels brought it from Africa.  Anzu's 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] 

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.  King Anu beamed orders from Nibiru for Anzu to go to Enlil on Earth.  Enlil must,  the King ordered, show Anzu the entire mining operation so he'd understand why the Igigi must persevere. 

Anzu arrived at Nippur, Enil's Capitol.  Though Anu'd commanded him to show his operations to Anzu, Enlil stalled.  Enlil's father, King Anu, had killed Anzu's kinsman, Alalu.  Now Anzu was inciting the Igigi.  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 slipped into the control room.  He stole the computer crystals that ran the spaceport and the astronaut cities in Mesopotamia.  Anzu forced Ea’s pilot Abgal to take him to the spaceport,  There, Anzu's men declared him King of Earth and Mars.  Anzu shut down vital services at headquarters (Nibru-ki) and cut communication between Earth and Nibiru. 

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

Ninurta, Enlil's Eldest Son, "Foremost Warrior" brought Anzu before Enlil

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 Enki's account of the revolt of the Igigi [pages 117 - 121] was actually the role of Nannar, Enlil's Legal Heir (Enlil's first son by his legal spouse), as part of his (Nannar's) dynastic challenge to his half-brother Ninurta (Enlil's Firstborn) for Command of Earth.  Perhaps Nannar was the power behind Anzu.  Nannar was exiled from Ur, not executed.  Nonetheless, after Enlil's son Ninurta defeated the Igigi and executed their leader, Anzu, all the Nibiran leaders--including Nannar,--pledged to honor Ninurta as Enlil's successor on Earth. 

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

To make sure Ninurta's obeyed, Enlil gave him the IB missile, "a weapon with fifty killing heads."  [Sitchin, 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men, page 102]

Marduk, however, sympathized with the Igigi complaint that made them revolt–no R&R facilities on Earth, infrequent rotations back to Nibiru, little elixir. 
'Marduk', Enlil ordered, 'to Mars take Anzu and there bury him that the Igigi see it is I alone they must obey or die as did Anzu.  Improve conditions and boost morale there but let them see the wages of rebellion.'

* Sitchin shows that Ea, allied through his marriage to Alalu's daughter Damkina and their son Marduk to the Alalu's lineage (matrifiliated), was part of the plot.  "It was with Ea's connivance" that Anzu, kinsman of Alalu, is admitted to Enlil's 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 Enki's account of the revolt of the Igigi [pages 117 - 121] was actually the role of Nannar (Enlil's son by his half-sister and legal wife, Sud) was Legal Heir on Earth.  Nannar's was a challenge to Ninurta (Enlil's Firstborn and heir on Nibiru) to succeed to Enlil's 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 Anzu's 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 Enki's 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 Ea's lineage, is allied with the Alalu clan for leverage against the Enlilites within the Anu clan).  Marduk's line is a matrifiliate of Alalu's clan.  Matrifiliated alliances give lineages external allies as they vie for precedence in authority within their patriclans. 

[Essay 13 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

Based on Sitchin, Z., 2002 The Lost Book of Enki, pages 124 -127

Our Story 

Ninurta, Commander Enlil's son and Heir-Apparent, put down an Astronaut Corps coup led by Anzu, a relative of Enki's wife, Damkina.  Anzu had been encouraged to rebel by Ninurta's half-brother, and rival, Nannar. 

Enlil elevated Ninurta to Foremost Warrior, enforcing Enlil's rule over gold extraction, processing, and transport of the gold to Nibiru.  Enlil forced Nannar and the rest of the Nibiran aristocracy on Earth to pledge loyalty to Ninurta.  Then Enlil sent Nannar into exile. To make sure Ninurta's obeyed, Enlil gave him a fifty-headed guided missile. 

Enlil and Ninurta thus defeated the Astronauts, asserted their authority within the Enlil lineage and could now, with unmatched firepower from the multi-headed missles, intimidate the Nibirans working the goldmines Enki was supposed to be supervising in Africa.

Narrative Resumes

300,000 years ago, Earth's climate warmed dramatically. 

 In Africa,  Enki left goldmines to Foreman Ennugi.  Enki went North, to what's now Zimbabwe.  There, Enki and his son Ningshizidda set up a lab to study some of the species evolved on Earth. 

Homo Erectus particularly fascinated Enki and Ningizidda.  Enki believed Homo Erectus would, in a few million years, evolve into Homo Sapiens Sapiens, the species of the Nibirans.  Homo Erectus apemen's  intelligence and their compassion for other animals drew Enki's interest.  The apemen freed animals from Enki's traps.

Back at the African goldmining center, miners complained that Ennugi worked them too hard.  Ennugi radioed Enki, but Enki sympathized with the miners.  Enki secretly coached the miners to trap Commander Enlil and manipulate him to accept a plan he (Enki) had for the apemen.

The miners followed Enki's plan.  First, they drastically reduced their shipments of gold to Ninurta in Badtibira. 

Enlil sent Ninurta to investigate and Enki returned to the mines.  At the mines, Ninurta and Ennugi heard miner-complaints.  The miners "were backbiting and lamenting, in the excavations they were grumbling.  'Unbearable is the toil.'" 

Invite Enlil to the mines, Enki suggested to Ninurta, Let the Commander see how the miners suffer. 

When Enlil and his Vizier, Nusku, arrived, "'Let us unnerve Enlil'...mine-working heros shouted.  'Of the heavy work let him relieve us.  Let us proclaim war, with hostilities let us gain relief.'  To their tools they set fire, fire to their axes they put."  They held Mine Boss Ennugi hostage and, with tools as torches, surrounded the house Enlil occupied.

Enlil beamed King Anu to shuttle to Earth and execute the miners' leaders and their instigator (implying Enki).   Anu arrived in Africa and conducted an inquiry.  But no miner revealed leaders or instigator.  The King also sympathized with the miners

 Ninurta wanted better equipment for new miners from Nibiru. 

         Enki told Ningishzidda, "Let us create a Lulu, a primitive worker, the hardship to take over, let the Being the toil of the Anunnaki [astronaut-pioneers] carry on his back....  The Being that we need, it already exists.  All that we have to do is put on it the mark of our essence [ie, our genes], thereby a Lulu, a Primitive Worker shall be created!" [The Lost Book of Enki, pages 124 -127]

Enki showed the apemen to Enlil and Ninurta, "Ningishziddha, my son, their fashioning essence [DNA structure] has tested; akin to ours it is, like two serpents it is entwined. When with our life essence shall be combined, our mark upon them shall be, a Primitive Worker shall be created. Our commands will he understand. Our tools he will handle, the toil in the excavations he shall perform, to the Anunnaki in the Abuzu [Africa] relief shall come." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 130] 

Next: Enki, Ningishzidda & Ninmah Create Servant Race 

[Essay 14 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

Based on Sitchin, Z., 2002 The Lost Book of Enki

Our Story

     300, 000 years ago, Enki left his goldmines in Africa to study the nearby apemen, the Homo Erectus primates.  While he was  gone, the Nibiran miners stopped work.  Enlil investigated.  The miners surrounded him and demanded release from their harsh work. 

Enki broke the impasse, to Enlil saying, 'From mining the heros from Nibiru release and for their work Earthling apemen miners, shall we create.with my reproducing essences and those of Ningishzidda and Ninmah.'

Enki, Earth's Lord, showed the apemen to Enlil, Earth's Commander and Ninurta, Enlil's Foremost Warrior, says, "Ningishziddha, my son, their fashioning essence [DNA structure] has tested; akin to ours it is, like two serpents it is entwined. When with our life essence shall be combined, our mark upon them shall be, a Primitive Worker shall be created. Our commands will he understand. Our tools he will handle, the toil in the excavations he shall perform, to the Anunnaki in the Abuzu [Africa] relief shall come."  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 130]
Narrative Resumes

      Enlil objected to Enki’s plan.  Don't create a Nibiran/Apeman slave class here on Earth, Enlil reminded Enki, "On our planet [Nibiru], slavery has long ago been abolished, tools are slaves, not other beings."  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 130]  Ninurta added that to get gold better, Enki should make machines, not slaves. 

Earthlings we create, Enki repied, shall helpers, not slaves, be.
Enlil still protested: To clone hybrid beings is in The Rules Of Planet Journeys forbidden.

      Enki's responded, a new species create we shall not; the Apeman of Earth [Homo Erectus] is in his fashoning essence [genotype] as we of Nibiru [Homo Sapiens, Sapiens] are. Our ancestor the Apeman is; into us he evolves. Speed Apeman shall we, speed him but some millions of years to what has only always been his destiny.*

The brother rivals, Enki and Enlil, beamed their dispute to King Anu and the Council on Nibiru.  Each brother had his say on whether Enki's team should develop hybrid workers.  King and the council ruled, "Gold must be obtained.  Let the Being be fashioned! The Council decided....Forsake The Rules of Planetary Journeys, let Nibiru be saved."  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 132]

Enki, Ninmah and Ningishziddha--The research team---created many combinations of apeman and other creatures (depicted by our ancients as hybrids such as centaurs) in their lab in Africa.  [Sitchin, Z., 1990, Genesis Revisited: 164 -165]

Enki and Ningishzidda had intercourse with apewomen.  When no pregnancies followed, Enki and Ningishzidda collected their own seed and used it to fertilize apewoman ova and create zygotes in test tubes.   They surgically implanted the zygotes in apewomen. 

But the hybrid babies born of the apewomen lacked vision, hand dexterity or internal functioning. 

Ninmah overcame some of the deficiencies when she added copper and clay of Earth to the vessels for the next zygote.  But this zygote developed into a hybrid Earthling who lacked speech capacity.  [Sitchin, Z., The 12th Planet, page 352]. 

Enki implanted a test-tube-grown zygote formed from his sperm and an apewoman ovum in Ninmah's womb, rather than the womb of an apewoman, to see if the baby Ninmah bore could speak. "In the clay vessel the admixture they made, the oval of an Earth female with Anunnaki male essence they put together.  The fertilized egg into the womb of Ninmah by Enki was inserted.  There was conception. 

"To a male child Ninmah birth was giving. Enki the boy child held in his hands, the image of perfection was he. He slapped the newborn on his hindparts; the newborn uttered proper sounds." He could speak. "He handed the newborn to Ninmah. 'My hands have made it!' victoriously she shouted." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, pages 138 -139.] 

[Our ancestor were, by Enki's account, the result of both evolution (Erectus had evolved in a million years from Australopithecinae) and creation by Enki, Ninmah and Ningishzidda.  Evolutionists and Creationists are both--partially--correct.] 


The baby, Adamu [One Who's Like Earth's Clay] had smooth, dark red blood-colored skin and black-hair.  His penis differed from that of a Nibiran baby. "They looked at its malehood; odd was its shape, by a skin was its forepart surrounded, unlike that of Anunnaki malehood it was. 'Let the Earthling from us Anunnaki by this foreskin be distinguished.' So was Enki saying." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki page 139]

Once she had Adamu, the prototype for the primitive worker, Ninmah sent for seven women from her Medical Corps in Shurubak to be womb-mothers to Adamu's clones. "'His essence alone as a mold shall be!,' so was Enki saying."  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 141]  Ninmah assembled her volunteers, prepared the zygotes.  She and her volunteers pledged unity with the Earthlings they’d create.

"In seven vessels of the clay of Abzu [Africa] made, Ninmah ovals of the two-legged females placed."  The fertilized ova, the zygotes, had been ferilized (with sperm form her brother Enki and his son Ningishzidda) in the clay jars. 
"The life essences of Adamu she extracted bit by bit in the vessels she it inserted. Then in the malepart of Adamu an incision she made, a drop of blood to let out.  'Let this a Sign of Life be; that Flesh and Soul have combined let it forever proclaim.' She squeezed the malepart for blood, one drop in each vessel to the admixture she added. 'In this clay's admixture, Earthling with Anunnaki shall be bound. To a unity shall the two essences, one of Heaven, one of Earth, together be brought.' In the wombs of the birth-giving heroines the fertilized ovals were inserted."   [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 141] 

The birth heroines delivered, by caesarian, seven male hybrids, seven little clones of Adamu.

Ningishzidda next created a female zygote to clone.  He planted this zygote in Ninki, Enki's spouse. The hybrid Ninki bore and Ninmah delivered by caesarian, was Ti-Amat [Mother of Life], a sandy-blonde. 

Ningishizidda cloned Ti-Amat's essence into seven test-tube zygotes.  He planted them in the same Med Corpwomen who'd borne the hybrid males.   All of the surrogate mothers carried female hybrids, again delivered by caesarian. 
Ningishizidda told the surrogates he needed their wombs again.   But Ninmah objected.  For my heroines too burdensome is baring more Earthlings. Too few are the heroines to bare numbers enough to work mines. 

      Enki brought Adamu and Ti-Amat to Edin, his place at the head of the Persian Gulf. 

He left the seven female and the eight male hybrids cloned from Adamu and Ti-Amat together in an enclosure at his African lab. The hybrids copulated frequently, but the females didn’t conceive.

Astronauts who worked the mines and shuttled gold threatened mutiny if Enki and Ningishziddha didn't deliver  workers to relieve them.  At the Med Center in Shurubak, Ningishzidda compared Nibiran genes and genes from Adamu and Ti-Amat.   He found the genes that allowed reproduction. 

 When Ningishziddha compared  genes of breeding Nibirans and the genes of Adamu and Ti-Amat, he found the loci on the Nibiran genotype that allowed reproduction.  Nibiran females had a recessive XY chromomsomal allele in their genotype whereas Ti-Amat had only XX. 

Ningishzidda then anesthetized Enki, Ninmah and Ti-Amat.  "From the rib of Enki the life essence he extracted; into the rib of Adamu the life essence he inserted.  From the rib of Ninmah the life essence he extracted; into the rib of Ti-Amat the life essence he inserted.  He proudly declared, 'To their Tree of Life two branches have been added, with procreating powers their life essences are now entwined.' "  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 148]

Enki, Ninmah and Ningishziddha kept their alteration of Ti-Amat secret.  Ti_Amat and Adamu wandered in Enki's orchard in the Edin, the mouth of the Persian Gulf, while she gestated.  Ti-Amat made leaf-aprons for herself and Adamu. 


Enlil noticed  the hybrids wore aprons.  He demanded Enki explain.  Enki confessed; Enlil was enraged. "The last bit of our life essence to these creatures you have given, to be like us in procreation knowing, perchance our [millions of years] life cycles on them to bestow." 

"My lord Enlil," Ningishziddha was saying, "knowing for procreation they were given, the branch of Long Living, to their essence tree was not." 

"Then let them be where they are needed," Enlil with anger said. "To the Abzu [Africa] away from the Edin, let them be expelled." [Sitchin, op. cit. page 149]

* Sitchin writes that Enki's genetic team was speeding up hominid evolution that would have occurred anyway. "Modern man would have undoubtedly evolved on Earth just as he had done on Nibiru, both having come from the same 'seed of life.' " Enki and company sped our evolution by one to forty million years. [Genesis Revisited, pages 165 -166] 

[Essay 15 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

Based on Sitchin, Z., 2002 The Lost Book of Enki

Story So Far:
    Spurred by mutiny of Nibirans toiling in the goldmines of Zimbabwe, Nibiru’s King Anu and his Council allowed Enki, Ninmah and Ningishzidda to graft Nibiran genes with Homo Erectus and clone Earthling workers to replace Nibiran goldminers. 

After several unsuccessful attempts to create Earthling workers, the team implanted a zygote (female Erectus ovum fertilized in a test tube by male Nibiran sperm) in Ninmah's womb.  She delivered the child, named it Adamu.  To duplicate Adamu, Ninmah implanted test-tube hybrid zygotes from Erectus eggs fertilized by Nibiran sperm in the wombs of seven female astronauts from her Medical Corps.  All the resultant seven hybrids were male. 

Ningishzidda then created a zygote to develop into a female hybrid. He implanted this zygote into Enki's spouse.  Ninki carried the fetus, who emerged as Ti-Amat, a sandy-blonde female.  Ningishizzida cloned Ti-Amat's essence into test-tube zygotes and implanted them in the same seven Med Corps women who bore the hybrid males.  All of the surrogate mothers carried female hybrids, again delivered by caesarian. The seven female and the eight male hybrid clones were put together in cages in the African lab.  The clones copulated frequently, but the females did not conceive.

Ningishzidda discovered the genes in the Nibiran genotype that allow reproduction. "From the rib of Enki the life essence he extracted; into the rib of Adamu the life essence he inserted.  From the rib of Ninmah the life essence he extracted; into the rib of Ti-Amat the life essence he inserted." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 148] 

Enki, Ninmah and Ningishziddha concealed the fact that they'd genetically changed Ti-Amat so she could reproduce.  Enki brought Ti-Amat and Adamu to his place at the head of the Persian Gulf.  Ti-Amat and Adamu wandered in Enki's orchard at the head of the Persian Gulf while Ti-Amat's fetus, the first bred from hybrids, grew inside her. 

Enlil discovered Ti-Amat's pregnancy.  He was enraged, realizing the hybid’s could henceforth breed among themselves.  Enki’s team had exceeded its mandate to make workers.  He, Enlil, Commander of the Mission, did not authorize Enki's team to create a new species. 

Enlil rebuked Ningishziddha.  But Ningishziddha said he'd withheld the Nibiran longevity gene from the hybrids.  Enlil appealed to the Council on Nibiru, but the Nibiran Council, desperate for the new primitive workers to mine Earth's gold to save Nibiru's atmosphere, ratified breeding hybrids.  Enlil angrily expelled Ti-Amat, Adamu and the seven hybrid males back to Zimbabwe to breed as miners.

Narrative Resumes

       In Zimabawe, Enki settled Adamu and Ti-Amat in a forest enclosure.  There Ti-Amat bore the twins she'd conceived with Adamu. She bore other children who interbred and multiplied till they took over the work in the goldmines. 

In a few thousand years, "the Earthlings were proliferating....To be with the Anunnaki [Nibiran astronauts] they were eager, for food rations they toiled well. Of heat and dust they did not complain, of backbreaking they did not grumble.  Of hardships of work the Anunnaki were relieved.  The vital gold to Nibiru was coming, Nibiru’s atmosphere was slowly healing." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 151] 

Nibiru, recall, revolves around the Sun every 3,600 years in a long elliptical clockwise orbit.  When Nibiru was closest to the Sun (perigee), Nibiru was close enough to Earth for her rockets to easily visit Earth.  But also at perigee, Nibiru 's netforce sometimes disturbed the planets of the inner solar system.

So it was that one of Nibiru's orbital nearings to the Sun disturbed the atmosphere, volcanoes and earthquakes on Earth and Mars.  King Anu visited Earth from Nibiru and inspected damage. 

The King decided to end transshipment of gold from Mars.  His decision favored the Enlil lineage--sons of Enlil and their children--over the Enki lineage.   Anu suspected Enki of abetting revolts by Alalu's kinsman Anzu and the Astronaut Corps and also instigating the miners' revolt in Africa.  When Anu ended gold transfer on Mars he deprived Marduk,  Enki's eldest son and heir, of his power base on Mars. 

Further favoring Enlil's lineage, King Anu  awarded rule of new spaceport (from which the gold was to be directly rocketed to Nibiru) at Sippar to Enlil’s son's son Utu (the first Earth-born Nibiran). 

Sympathizing deeply with his son Marduk, Enki pledged that Marduk would one day rule Earth.

Anu ruled, Earthlings multiplying in Abzu [Africa] must assist excavation, transport, refining gold till after several shars [3,600 year revolutions of Nibiru around Solaris] sufficient will be the shield of Earth’s gold powder to save Nibiru. Then home shall the heroes [astronauts] from Earth return. 


But after forty orbit nearings [144,000 years, forty perigees] of the homeplanet, most of the Nibirans in Mesopotamia--but not their boss, Enlil--wanted Earthlings to work for them too.

Ninurta, Enlil’s eldest son and fifty of his men raided Africa and caught hybrid Earthlings to work orchards and cities back in Mesopotamia.  Enlil let his clansmen keep the captured Earthlings.  He let them breed these slaves for now, since all Nibirans would, he believed, soon leave Earth anyway.

The hybrids in the Edin proliferated and, in addition to slaving for the Nibirans, foraged all over Mesopotamia.  The naked Earthlings cavorted, copulated and bred everywhere.  As their numbers grew, they exhausted their own food supply and created food shortages for the Nibirans as well. 

Enlil, already angry at Enki for creating the fertile hybrids, demanded Enki do something to solve the food crisis his genetic meddling produced. 

In response, Enki said he'd introduce plants and domestic animals for the Earthlings to tend. But Enki kept to himself a plan he'd concocted to upgrade hybrid intelligence with his own genes. 

Next: :Enki Loves Hybrids Descended from Adamu &  Ti-Amat;  Hybrids Bare Son Adapa & Girl Titi

[Essay 16 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 
Based on Sitchin, Z., 2002 The Lost Book of Enki

Story So Far

      Hybrid Nibiran/Earthling Adamite slaves (cloned from Adam) proliferated in Enki's Africa.  As slave numbers grew, Nibiran Lords re-introduced the Adamites to Mesopotamia, there to serve and plant food. 

 One of Nibiru's approaches, however, devasted Earth's climate and decimated crops.  The Earthlings foraged widely for food, so they exacerbated food shortages.  Enki planned fun for himself that would uplevel the Adamites' intelligence so they could husband animals and tend plants better.  With beasts and expanded agriculture, shortages would end.

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 In his African reserve, "Enki in the marshlands looked about.  With him was only Ismud, his visier, who secrets kept. 

"On the river's bank, frolicking Earthlings he noticed; two females among them were wild with beauty, firm were their breasts.  Their sight the phallus of Enki caused to water, a burning desire he had. 

"A young one to him Enki called, a tree fruit she offered him.  Enki bent down, the young one he embraced, on her lips he kissed her.  Sweet were her lips, firm with ripeness were her breasts.  Into her womb she took the holy semen, by the semen of the Enki she was impregnated."  Enki then made love with the second young hybrid [Sitchin, Z., 2002 The Lost Book of Enki, pages 167 -168]. 

One of the Adamite girls bore a boy, Adapa; the other, a girl--Titi.  Enki hid his paternity of Adapa and Titi.   Enki's wife, Damkina (Ninki) "to Titi took a liking; all manner of crafts was she teaching. 

"To Adapa, Enki himself teachings gave, how to keep records he was him instructing."  Enki boasted, "A Civilized man I have brought forth.  A new kind of Earthling from my seed has been created, in my image and after my likeness.  From seed they from food will grow, from ewes sheep they will shepherd.  Anunnaki and Earthlings henceforth shall be satiated." [Sitchin, Z., 2002 The Lost Book of Enki, pages 168-170] 

[Essay 17 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

Based on Sitchin, Z., 2002 The Lost Book of Enki

The Story

 Enki secretly impregnated two of his Erectus/Nibiran descendants.  One of these bore a boy, Adapa; the other, a girl--Titi.   Enki hid his  paternity of Adapa and Titi. 

Narrative Resumes


Adapa and Titi, Enki's son and daughter, mated.  Titi bore twins, Ka-in and Abael, the first ADAPite humans, humans with far more–due to Enki’s genetic infusion--Nibiran genes relative to Erectus genes than their mothers, the ADAMite girls Enki impregnated.

Enki raised Adapa; he educated him as the son he was (albeit clandestine).  Enki taught Adapa to manage and teach Earthlings to manage plantations, herds and estates. Then Enki brought more Earthlings from Africa to Mesopotamia and had Adapa train them to serve the Nibiran colonists. 

Adapa became "a busybody, in charge of the services for which the primitive workers were brought over to the Edin"; he supervised the bakers, assured water supplies, oversaw the fishing for Eridu [Enki’s estate on the Persian Gulf] and tended offerings" [Sitchin, Z., 1995, Divine Encounters, page 51]. 
Adapa begged Enki to give him the substances of Nibiru to allow him, like the Nibirans, to live for hundreds of thousands of years.

Enki used a machine [a device similar to the U.S.’s HAARP laser batteries] to halt the wind that blows up the Gulf from the South so Adapa could, on a south-sailing vessel, voyage secretly down the Persian Gulf.


Tales of Adapa’s brilliance had already reached King Anu on Nibiru.  When Anu heard that Enki manipulated Gulf weather to send Adapa on his mysterious voyage, the King sent his vizier Ilabrat to Earth to get Adapa from Enki and then to fetch Adapa to Nibiru.

Enki yielded Adapa to Ilabrat.  Enki also sent his two unmarried Earth-born sons, Ningishzidda and Dumuzi, with Adapa to Nibiru to meet their grandfather, King Anu, and perhaps find Nibiran brides. 
On Nibiru, Anu questioned Adapa about the seacraft he'd used and the mission he’d been on when Enki halted the Gulf wind for him back on Earth. 

Ningishzidda, who'd taken DNA samples from Adapa and therefore knew Adapa was also a son of Enki, slipped Grandfather Anu a sealed tablet from Enki.  In the tablet, Enki confessed fathering Adapa and Titi with Earthling hybrids descended from Adamu and Ti-Amat.  Enki asked Anu to send Adapa back to Earth to generate more hybrids, to father more Adapites--Civilized Humans. 

Enki's tablet asked Anu to deny Adapa food or elixir–the Bread of Life and the Water of Life–that would make Adapa and his progeny immortal. The King realized that the Earthlings descended from both Adam and Adapa were his descendants as well.   His DNA, donated by Enki and Thoth and mixed with DNA of Homo Erectus had unlawfully created a new civilized species.  Enki wanted Anu to deny the new species immortality so they'd stay long quarantined on Earth.


King Anu gave Ningishzidda grain seeds and told him to take them and Adapa back to Earth.  The King told Ningishzidda to tudor Adapa, to work with Enki for the Earthlings' welfare and development.  You and Enki, Ningishzidda, shall the teachers of Civilized Man be.

The King ordered Dumuzi to stay on Nibiru and learn animal husbandry till Nibiru next approached Earth (in one shar--3,600 years).  When Nibiru neared the Inner Solar System again, Dumuzi would return to Earth with female goats and sheep for his nephew Abael to raise.  Dumuzi would bring as well a sperm bank for goats and sheep to Earth. [Sitchin, Z., 1995, Divine Encounters, pages 49 - 65; 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 173 -174]

[Essay 18 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

Based on Sitchin, Z., 2002 The Lost Book of Enki

Story So Far
     Ningishzidda, as Thoth was then known, rocketed with his full brother Dumuzi and his hybrid brother Adapa to Nibiru.  Their father, Enki, Lord of the Earth, had gave Ningishzidda a sealed tablet to slip to King Anu on Nibiru.  The tablet confessed Enki'd mated with Hybrid Earthlings, Adamites, descended from Adamu and Ti-Amat.  These Adamite lasses bore Adapa and Titi. 

Enki's tablet asked that Anu deny Adapa immortality.  Return him instead to Earth.  On Earth, Adapa would breed a more intelligent servant race, the AdaPites, the Civilized Humans, better for Nibiran needs, better able to serve the Lords than the AdaMite Hybrids.  The Adapites, descended from the earlier Hybrid, Adamu,  had more Homo-Erectus genes than Adapa.

 King Anu ordered Ningishzidda to return to Earth and help Enki tutor the Adapites.  So Ningishzidda returned with Adapa and seeds for Adapa's son Ka-in to plant. 

Anu kept Ningishzidda's brother Dumuzi on Nibiru.  Experts taught Dumuzi animal husbandry so he, in turn, could, when he too got back to Earth, teach Ka-in's twin, Abael, husbandry.  When Nibiru again approached Earth, Dumuzi would take female goats, sheep and a sperm bank for these animals for Abael. [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki:170]

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Ningishzidda rocketed back to Earth with Adapa and grain seeds. 

Ningishzidda's job: prepare Abael, one of Adapa's twins, for Dumuzi next time Nibiru approached Earth, in 3,600 Earth years. 

When Dumuzi returned to Earth, however, Ningishzidda’s elder brother, Marduk, Enki's eldest son, took charge of Abael and the animal husbandry project.   Whether Dumuzi or Marduk supervised Abael, the Enki lineage ran livestock for Mission Earth. 

To balance Enkiite control of livestock, Enlil insisted that his own eldest son and Foremost Warrior, Ninurta, tutor Ka-in in farming.  Agriculture on Earth, augmented by the grain seeds Ningishzidda brought from Nibiru, was to be a project of the Enlil lineage.

At a "Celebration for Firsts, " Ka-in, guided by Ninurta, presented his first grain.  Abael, guided by Marduk, presented his first lambs to Enlil and to Enki.

 Though Enki was both maternal and paternal grandfather of twins Ka-in and Abael, he made much of Abael's offering and the meat and wool that would soon be available, but said nothing of Ka-in's offering of grain, for Ka-in has been co-opted by Ninurta. Ka-in became sullen. "By the lack of Enki's
blessing greatly was he aggrieved."

The twins quarreled for an entire winter about whose contribution–Ka-in's grains and fish-abundant irrigation canals or Abael's meat andwool--contributed most.

"When summer began, it was not raining, the meadows were dry, the pastures dwindled. Into the fields of his brother Abael his flocks drove, from the furrows and canals to drink water. By this Ka-in was
angered." The twins fought with fists till Ka-in bludgeoned Abael with a stone, then sat and sobbed. [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 183- 184].


Enki brought his grandson, Ka-in, to Eridu to be judged by The Seven Who Judge (Enlil, Ninki, Ninurta and Nannar from Enlil's Lineage, Ninmah, and Enki, Ninti and Marduk from Enki's).

Marduk, Abael's mentor, demanded the Judges order Ka-in--protege of his rival Ninurta--executed. But Marduk's father Enki told Marduk that he, Enki, was Ka-in's grandfather, so Ka-in was Marduk's grandnephew. Enki told Marduk that Ka-in's survival was critical to generate genetically superior Earthling laborers for field, pasture and mines "If Ka-in too shall be extinguished, satiation [of food supplies] to an end would come, mutinies will be repeated."

The Seven ruled "Eastward to a land of wandering for his evil deed Ka- in must depart."  Ka-in and "his generations shall be distinguished.

"By Ningishzidda was the life essence [genotype] of Ka-in altered: his face a beard could not grow [Thus marking the lineage ancestral to some Asians and the Indians of the Western Hemisphere.] .....With his sister Awan as a spouse Ka-in from the Edin departed." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, pages 186 - 187]. They wandered in the wilderness to the east.

When Adapa was on his deathbed, Ninurta, in his rocketship fetched Ka-in to Edin. "The eyesight of Adapa having failed, or recognition of his sons' faces he touched. The face of Ka-in was beardless" Adapa told Ka-in, "For your sin of your birthright you are deprived, but of your seed seven nations will come. In a realm set apart they shall thrive, distant lands they shall inhabit. But having your brother
with a stone killed, by a stone will be your end."

Ninurta returned Ka-in to the wilds east of Edin where "in a distant realm Ka-in had sons and daughters" Ninurta, "for them a city built, and as he was building, by a falling stone was he [Ka-in] killed." (Sitchin, Z., 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men page 112] suggests this might have been a murder rather than accident.)

Ka-in's survivors planted grain; they founded and ruled the city of Nud [also called Dun, Dunnu and Nu.dun]. Ka-in's successors for the next four generations were murdered by their sons. For the next three generations after that, each ruler of Nud ascended to rule after marrying his sister and murdering his parents.

Ka-in's son's son's son (great grandson), Enoch, who succeeded Ka-in in the fourth generation of Ka-in's descendants, married two of his own sisters, Adah and Zillah. One of Adah's sons, Jabal, and his followers lived in tents and raised cattle. Jabal's brother Jubal, begat a line of musicans who played lyre and flute music.

Lamech's other wife, Zillah, bore Tubal-Cain, who was a smith, "an artificer of gold, copper and iron." [Sitchin, Z., 1885, The Wars of Gods and Men pages 111 -112; 2002,The Lost Book of Enki:, pages 181-


Adapa left behind the descendants of thirty sons and thirty daughters he and Titi begat. The Nibiran colonists divided these genetic descendants of Enki among them as proteges and taught them writing,
mathematics, well-digging, body oil preparation, harp and flute mastery and the preparation of elixir of the Inbu fruits. The Adapite Hybrids whom the Nibirans taught each identified with their respective Nibiran teachers.

Adapa's descendants were also taught how to use bitumens for furnaces for gold smelting and refining.

Enlil's son, Nannar, taught the Hybrids ceremonies to worship their Nibiran lords. "Of the rites of worship of the Anunnaki [Those who from Sky Descended, i.e., Nibirans] that the beginning was."

Enki taught astronomy to one of his hybrid descendants, Enkime. Enki's son Marduk rocketed Enkime to the Moon and Marsbase, then sent him to the spaceport at Sippar, to be Prince of Earthlings under Nannar's son, Utu/Shamash, who was in charge there.

Lu-Mach, a descendant of Enkime, was appointed workmaster of the Earthlings in Edin, "the quotas to enforce, the rations to reduce." But "in his days conditions on Earth became harsher; the toilers in field and meadow raised complaints" [Sitchin, Z., 1885, The Wars of Gods and Men pages 111 -112; 2002, The Lost Book of Enki:, pages 188-193].

[Essay 19 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

Based on Sitchin, Z., 2002 The Lost Book of Enki

Story So Far

  The Seven Who Judge banished Ka-in, hybrid Adapa's eldest son, and Ka-in's beardless descendants east of Edin, to Nod.  There, Ninurta taught them metallurgy, cattle herding, lyre, flute.  The Nibiran nobles in Iraq/Summer taught Adapa's other, bearded, descendants administration, writing, math, well-digging, brewing, harping, healing oil preparation.  Ninurta taught them gold-smelting and refining.  He also taught them to ceremonially venerate the  Lords. 

Narrative Resumes 
Climatic, magnetic and astronomical disruptions damaged Marsbase, where Asronauts refined and transshipped Earth's gold to Nibiru.  The Anunnaki leaders on Earth--Enki, Ninmah and Enlil--met to deal with the crisis. 
Face-to-face, they saw each other's wrinkling visages and worried that they, unlike the other colonists who rotated back and forth between Earth and Nibiru, had aged drastically.  Enki observed, "Old on Earth we became, but those on Earth born are even older sooner." 

     To deal with the crisis caused by the astronomical disruptions, the leaders sent Ninurta, the son of Enlil and Ninmah "to the Land Beyond the Seas [The Andes Mountains of South America] in the mountainland a Bond Heaven-Earth [transmission tower] to establish."  They sent Ninurta's rival, Enki's son Marduk, to evaluate damage at Marsbase.  The leaders told the rulers of South Africa, Enki's son Nergal and Nergal's wife Ereshkigal (Enlil's son Nannar/Sin's daughter) to run new instruments at Africa's south tip [Cape Agulhas] to monitor the space and Earth disturbances. [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 195] 

      Marduk told his parents he wanted to marry an Earthling, Sarpanit, daughter of Marduk's Earthling protégé, Enkime (a descendant of Enki's part-Earthling son, Adapa).  Marduk's mother, Ninki (Damkina), warned Marduk that if he married Sarpanit "to Nibiru with his spouse he would never go. His princely rights on Nibiru he forever will forsake. 

To this Marduk with a bitter laugh responded: My rights on Nibiru are nonexistent. Even on Earth my rights as firstborn have been trampled" [by Enlil and his heir, Ninurta, who were given Earth commands].  Marduk vowed to become master of Earth.

     Furious at Marduk for seeking a hybrid bride, Enlil beamed King Anu on Nibiru.  He asked The King to stop Marduk and Sarpanit from marrying her.  But Anu and his counselors ruled, "On Nibiru Adapa, the maiden's progenitor, could not stay. Therefore to return to Nibiru with her, Marduk must forever be be barred. Marduk marry can, but on Nibiru a prince he shall no more be." 

     Enlil let Marduk and Sarpanit announce their wedding at Eridu, Enki's place on the Persian Gulf. However, Enlil also ordered that Marduk and Sarpanit, after their wedding, banished to Egypt (which would henceforth be Marduk’s own domain), within Enki's sphere of influence (Abzu/Africa). 

      "A great multitude of Civilized [Adapite] Earthlings in Eridu assembled,.... Young Anunnaki [Nibiran Colonists and their pure progeny], Igigi from Lahmu [Mars] in great numbers came" [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 198 - 199].  The astronauts planned to use Marduk's wedding as an opportunity to assemble, capture brides of their own and seize power. 


      200 Igigi-- astronauts-- occupied the Landing Platform in Lebanon (the Cedar Mountains), then flew to Edin and mixed with the crowd of Adapa's descendants and Nibiran colonists attending Marduk’s wedding. 

After the ceremony, each astronaut seized one Adapite Earthling maiden.  They took the 200 women back to Lebanon and "into a stronghold the place they made, to the leaders a challenge they issued...'The Adapite daughters to marry we wish. Your blessing to this you must give, else by fire all on Earth destroy we will.' " [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 201]

      Marduk, who commanded the Igigi, championed their abduction marriages.  Enlil fumed; "In his heart things against Marduk and his Earthlings was Enlil plotting." Marduk settled some of the Igigi and their half-Nibiran, half--Adapite issue ("Children of the Rocketships they were called") in Babylon; he and Sarpanit stayed with others in Lebanon.

By 100,000 years ago, some of these "Children of the Rocketships," allied with Marduk, settled in "the far eastlands, lands of high mountains."  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 202; 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men: 346] 
Enlil ordered his successor Ninurta to counter the spread of Marduk's Earthlings. "'The Earth by Earthlings inherited will be,' Enlil to Ninurta said. 'Go, the offspring of Ka-in find, with them a domain of your own prepare'"

To counter Marduk's threat, Ninurta recruited the descendants of Ka-in. He showed them how to build balsam rafts.  They crossed the seas to South America.  There, Ninurta taught them tin and gold mining, smelting and refining. [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 203] 

By 100,000 years ago, some of these “Children of the Rocketships” settled in "the far eastlands, lands of high mountains." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 202; 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men: 346] 

      Enlil ordered his successor Ninurta to counter the spread of Marduk's Earthlings. "'The Earth by Earthlings inherited will be,' Enlil to Ninurta said. 'Go, the offspring of Ka-in find, with them a domain of your own prepare'" 

       To counter Marduk's threat, Ninurta recruited the descendents of Ka-in. He showed them how to build balsam rafts. They crossed the seas to the Western Hemisphere, where Ninurta taught them tin and gold mining, smelting and refining. [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 203] 

[Essay 20 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

Based on Zecheria Sitchin's Lost Book of Enki

Story So Far

  Marduk and Ninurta, patrilateral parallel cousins (father's brother's sons), cultivated clients from among the Adapites--the Hybrid Earthlings descended from Adapa. The cousins, each the apparent next leader of the Enkiite and Enlilite lineages (respectively), recruited these clients to rule large numbers of Earthlings who could supply armies and exert force against the followers of each others' lineages. 

As his son recruited among the descendants of Ka-in, Enlil planned to let climate changes kill all the Hybrids in the lowlands.
Narrative Resumes 

Enki lusted for Batanash, wife of his son Adapa's descendant, Lu-Mach, Workmaster of Earthlings in Edin.  Enlil had ordered Lu-Mach to enforce work quotas and reduce rations for the Earthlings he directed.  The Earthlings grumbled and  threatened Lu-Mach. 

So, ostensibly to protect Lu-March and his wife, Enki sent him to Marduk in Babylon to learn city-building and sent Batanash to Ninmah at the Medical/Science complex of Shurubak, "from the angry Earthling masses protected and safe to be.  Thereafter Enki his sister Ninmah in Shurubak was quick to visit. 

On the roof of a dwelling where Batanash was bathing Enki by her loins took hold, he kissed her, his semen into her womb he poured."  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 204 ]  From this encounter, she bore Ziusudra (Noah). 

When Lu-Mach returned to Edin, "to him Batanash the son showed.  White as the snow his skin was....  Like the skies were his eyes, in a brilliance his eyes were shining."  Lu-Mach complained, "A son unlike an Earthling to Batanash was born.... Is one of the Igigi [astronauts] his father?"  Batanash swore "None of the Igigi is the boy's father."  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 204 ]  Lu-Mach's father Matushal assured him Ziusudra was destined to help Earhlings survive the Ice Age Earth was entering. 

Ninmah loved and cared for Ziusudra; Enki taught him to read Adapa's writings. 

 But drought, plague and starvation stalked the Earthlings [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 204 -205].   Enki and Ninmah proposed teaching Earthlings medicine for plague, sea-fishing as well as pond- and canal-building for drought and famine.

Enlil (Yahweh), however, was still enraged at Enki for creating the Earthling hybrids.  Enlil was also furious at Enki's son Marduk, who was recruiting the hybrid line descended from the daughters of Adapa whom the astronauts had abducted at Marduk's wedding to the Earthling Sarpanit. 

Marduk was conditioning this hybrid population to serve him for the time when he and the astronauts who had taken hybrid women must remain on Earth, the time when enough gold had been sent to Nibiru to shield the homeplanet's atmosphere and the other Nibirans would return home. 

So Enlil forbade any help for the Earthlings. "Let the Earthlings by hunger and pestilence perish," decreed Enlil.   To speed the demise of the Earthlings, Enlil specifically ordered Enki to block Earthlings' access to ocean fish. 

The Earthlings at Shurubak, where Ziusudra lived under Enki's and Ninmah's tutilage, sent Ziusudra to Enki at Edin for help.  Enki suggested the Earthlings protest Enlil's anti-Earthling policy and boycott worship of and service to their Nibiran lords.  He said, however, he couldn't openly ignore Enlil's order and help the Earthlings.

Covertly, Enki fed Earthlings from his corn stores.  He trained them in sea fishing and gave them access to the sea.  When Enlil accused Enki of defying his decree that humans be allowed to perish, Enki lied.  He said the humans acted without his knowledge.  Frustrated, Enlil planned for the final destruction of Earthlings and the end to Nibiran occupation of Earth [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 206; 1978, The 12th Planet, pages 292 -294]. 

Each 3,600 year revolution of Nibiru to the region of Solaris created ever more violent disturbances on Nibiru, the sun (huge solar flares) Mars (Lahmu) and Earth. On Earth, Enki's son Nergal reported from the south tip of Africa that the Antarctic ice sheet was sliding to the ocean and would, next approach of Nibiru, slide into the sea and cause wave reverberations that would engulf most of Earth. 

For visual depictions of some of Sitchin's documenting evidence see

Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, 1976, The 12th Planet;  1980, The Stairway to Heaven; 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men; 1990,  Genesis Revisited; 1990, The Lost Realms; 1993, When Time Began; 1995, Divine Encounters; 1998, The Cosmic Code; 2004, The Earth Chronicles Expeditions; Freer, N., 2000, Breaking the Godspell.  Enki/Ea is the Nibiran who (4,000 years ago) dictated his autobiography to his scribe, Endubscar of Endu.

The Lost Book of Enki, Sitchin's translation of Enki's tale (augmented a bit by my imagination) is the source–with many of Enki's slants--of most of the account in these essays. The Lost Book of Enki itself is
historical fiction, wherein Sitchin has woven information meticulously documented in his Earth Chronicles

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