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

[Essay 21 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

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

The Story 

      The Adamite and Adapite Hybrid Erectus/Nibiran Earthlings were both part of a species Enki, Ningishzidda and Ninmah created in violation of interplanetary law.  Commander Enlil planned to let these Earthlings drown when, next time Nibiru neared Earth and the Antractic Icesheet would slip into the sea.  The icesheet's immersion in the South Sea would inundate all Earth except great peaks.  Then, Enlil calculated, the Nibiran gold-mining operations on Earth would end and the Nibirans could return to Nibiru.

Narrative Resumes 

King Anu and the Counsel on Nibiru beamed Earth: "’For evacuating Earth and Lahmu prepare.’  In the Abzu [Zimbabwe] the gold mines shut down; therefrom the Anunnaki [colonists on Earth from Nibiru] to the Edin came; ... smelting and refining ceased, all gold to Nibiru was lofted. Empty, for evacuating ready, a fleet of celestial chariots [interplanetary spaceships] to Earth returned."  One spaceship brought the mysterious white-haired Galzu (Great Knower) with a sealed message from Anu to Enki, Enlil and Ninmah 

"Enlil the seal of Anu examined; unbroken and authentic it was, its encoding trustworthy. 'For King and Council Galzu speaks. his words are my commands.' So did the message of Anu state. 'I am Galzu, Emissary Plenipoteniary of King and Council, to Enlil,'" said the mysterious visitor.  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 208]. 

Plenipoteniary Galzu summonsed Enlil's elder sister and brother, Ninmah and Enki. Galzu told Ninmah, "'Of the same school and age we are.' This Ninmah could not recall: the emissary was as young as a son, she was as his olden mother." Galzu told Ninmah she'd aged and he hadn't because she'd been so long on Earth.  She and her brothers had been on Earth so long that they'd die if they returned to Nibiru, where their bodies could not survive the homeplanet's netforce. 

"The three of you on Earth will remain; only to die to Nibiru you will return." Ninmah and her brothers must orbit Earth in their rockets when the antarctic icesheet slipped into the ocean and waves washed over the planet. When the waters calmed, the Leaders were to return to Earth, the only place they could survive.

King Anu's order continued, "To each of the other Anunnaki, a choice to leave or the calamity outwait must be given.  The Igigi [astronauts] who Earthlings espoused must between departure and spouses choose.  No Earthling, Marduk's Sarpanit included, to Nibiru to journey is allowed. For all who stay and what happens see, in celestial chariots they safety must seek." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 209 - 211]. 

Enlil convened the Anunnaki Council, which consisted of the Leaders' sons and grandchildren and the Igigi commanders.  He said he decided the Earthlings must drown in the deluge. 

Enki protested, "'A wonderous Being by us was created, by us saved it must be,' Enki to Enlil shouted." 

Enlil roared back,"'To Primitive Workers you gave to them knowing you endowed. The powers of the Creator of All into your hands you have taken. With fornication Adapa you conceived , Understanding to his line you gave. His offspring to the heavens you have taken, our wisdom with them you shared. Every rule you have broken, decisions and commands you ignored. Because of you a Civilized Earthling brother [Abael] a brother [Ka-in] murdered.  Because of Marduk your son the Igigi like him with Earthlings intermarried.'" 

Enlil demanded Enki and all swear not to tell the Earthlings of the impending inundation.  Enki refused; he and Marduk stamped out of the Council.  But Enki hestated to openly defy Enlil, who, after all, had drawn command of Earth Mission  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 212 -214].

Enlil brought the Council back to order.  Astronauts with Adapite wives and children, he decreed, must move to the peaks above wave level. When the deluge engulfed Earth, repatriating colonists would rocket to Nibiru, Enki, Ninmah, and I--as well as our sons, daughters and their descendants--will orbit Earth till the Earthlings drown and the waters recede.   Marduk was to shelter on Marsbase; Enlil's son Nannar would wait out Earth's flood on the moon.  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 230].

Enki and Ninmah buried their records and computer programs deep in the Iraqi soil.  They prepared genetic banks of Earth's creatures to save from coming flood. "Male and female essences and life-eggs they collected, of each kind two by two ... they collected for safekeeping while in Earth circuit to be taken, thereafter the living kinds to recombine.  The day of the deluge they waited." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 216]. 

[Essay 22 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

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

The Story 

Enlil, Earth's Nibiran Commander, convened the Anunnaki Council, the leaders' sons and grandchildren and the Igigi astronaut commanders.  He ordered all to hide news of the coming flood from the Earthlings who, he ruled, must drown.  Astronauts with Adapite wives and descendants must flee to peaks above the waters. Colonists repatriate to Nibiru.  Enki, Ninmah [Enlil's half-siblings] shall orbit Earth with me and our children and grandchildren. 

Narrative Resumes 

Enki dreamed Galzu spoke "'Into your hands Fate take, for the Earthlings the Earth inherit.  Summon your son Ziusudra, without breaking the oath [swearing not to tell humans] to him the coming calamity reveal.  A boat that the watery avalanche can withstand, a submersible one, to build him tell, the likes of which on this tablet to you I am showing.  Let him in it save himself and his kinfolk and the seed of all that is useful, be it plant or animal, also take.  That is the will of the Creator of All.'" 

Enki woke and pondered his dream.  When he got out of bed, he kicked an actual tablet-- where none had been before he slept--next to his bed.  He searched his home and grounds for Galzu.  But Galzu wasn't there, nor had anyone seen him, except Enki, in the dream.   The appearance of the tablet--a physical object--following a dream or trance encounter with a representative of a higher power--Galzu in this instance-- is what Sitchin calls a Twightlight Zone miracle.

"That night to the reed hut where Ziusudra was sleeping Enki stealthily went.  The oath not breaking, the lord Enki not to Ziusudra but to the hut’s wall [computer bank?] spoke from behind the reed wall.

 When Ziusudra by the words was awakened, to him Enki said, "Reed hut, a calamitous storm will sweep, the destruction of Mankind it will be.  This is the decision of the assembly by Enlil convened.

" Abandon thy house, Ziusudra.  Build build a boat. Its design and measurements on a tablet....A boatguide [Enki’s son, Ninagal] to you will come.  To a safe haven the boatguide will navigate you. By you shall the seed of Civilized Man survive.  Not to you Ziusudra, have I spoken, but to the reed wall did I speak.'" [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: abridged from pages 220 -222] 

13,000 years ago, "in the Whiteland  [Antarctic], at the Earth’s bottom, off its foundation, the icesheet slipped.  By Nibiru’s netforce it was pulled into the south sea. A tidal wave arose, northward spreading."  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: page 225]   "Waters, rushing at the rate of 650 million cubic feet per second broke through the ice dams  of the Caspian Sea and streamed through the barrier of the Altay Mountains in a 1,500-foot-high wave."  [Sitchin, Z., 1995, Divine Encounters, page 107.]

"The boat of Ziusudra [at Shurubak] the tidal wave from its moorings lifted.  Though completely submerged, not a drop of water into it did enter.  For forty days, waves and storms swept Earth, downing everything on the planet except those on mountaintops and in Ziusudra’s boat" [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: abridged from page 227].

Surfacing, Ninagal raised sail and steered to Mt Ararat, where Ziusudra built a huge fire as a signal and roasted lamb as an offering to Enki. Enki and Enlil descended in helicopters (Whirlwinds) from their rocketships. 

 "When Enlil the survivors saw, Ningal among them, "‘Every Earthling had to perish', he with fury shouted.’  At Enki with anger he lunged, to kill his brother with bare hands he was ready."  Ningal radioed Ninmah and Ninurta to bring their copters down quick.

"‘He is no mere mortal, my son he is,’ Enki to Ziusudra pointing. ‘To a reed wall I spoke, not Ziusudra.’ " 

Enki, joined by Ninmah and Ninurta, told Enlil that Galzu, in a dream, told him to give Ziusudra instructions and left an physical tablet with boat plans. 

      Together, Enki, Ninurta and Nimah convinced Enlil "The survival of mankind the will of the Creator of All must be." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: abridged from pages 228 - 229].

[Essay 23 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

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

The Story 
13, 000 years ago, when Nibiru orbited through the inner Solar System, the Antarctic Icesheet slid into the Indian Ocean.  The Icesheet was huge, the accumulation of the last ice age.  The Icecap created a tidal wave that overwhelmed the coast of the Arabian Peninsula then roared up the Persian Gulf.  It flooded all Mesopotamia and lifted Ziusudra's boat from its moorings.  The submersible tumbled but survived as waves and counterwaves bounced about the interconnected oceans.  The whole Earth, save peaks, was inundated. 

Piloting the boat, Enki's son Ninigal used the force of the tsunami (from South to North) along the course Enki'd indicated to Mt. Ararat (in Turkey nowadays), where the boat came to rest. 

Here Ninigal, Ziusudra, Ziusudra's lineage and followers disembarked. 

Commander Enlil and Enki descended to Mt Ararat as the flood subsided.  Enlil saw Ziusudra with his descendants, followers, genetic starts for flora and fauna and Ningal with the submersible.  Enlil was so angry he challenged Enki to fight hand to hand to the death.  But when Enki admitted that he'd fathered Ziasudra, Ninmah, Ninurta and Enki convinced Enlil that Galzu had facilitated the will of the Creator of All when he gave Enki plans for the sub and strategy to save the hybrids.

Narrative Resumes 

The flood waters from the Deluge, 13,000 years ago, receded; they left the uplands intact.  The waters had totally carried away the Nibiran settlements and buried Mesopotamia and African goldmines under silt and mud.  "All that the Anunnaki had built in the past 432,000 years was wiped off the face of the Earth or buried under miles thick layers of mud.  [Sitchin, Z., The Cosmic Code, p 54] Of the Anunnaki settlements, only the raised stone Landing Place at Baalbek, Lebanon, was intact; their spaceport at Sippar was totally gone. 


Enlil summonsed to the Landing Place the Nibirans who survived the flood on the Earth's peaks and the astronauts in spacecraft orbiting the planet.  He also called in his son Nannar from his refuge on the Moon and Enki's son Marduk from his refuge on Mars. 

Marduk reported: "Lahmu [Mars] by the passage of Nibiru was devastated. Its atmosphere was sucked out, its waters evaporated, a place of dust storms it is." 

Nannar reported the moon was only usable with Eagle Masks [helmets].


The survivors opened the vault beneath the Landing Platform, unlocked the diorite chests there, and found intact the grain seeds Nibiru had sent to introduce to Earth. 

Enlil put his heir and champion, Ninurta in charge of creating an irrigation system in Mesopotamia for the grain.  Enki, in his genetics lab, doubled, tripled and quadrupled the chromosomes of the grain from Nibiru they'd been using on Earth [Sitchin, Z., 1985 The Wars of Gods & Men, p124].  Enlil assigned Ziasudra's son as Ninurta's foreman to supervise the Hybrid Earthling survivors dam and terrace building as well as provision of bread. 

Enlil charged Adad/Ishkur, his youngest son, with surveying the fruit trees that survived the flood.  Adad found the grapes brought by Ninmah from Nibiru had survived, and the Hybrids resumed grape growing for both white and red wine.

Enki's son Ninagal, who'd piloted Ziusudra's submersible, revealed the genetic starts Enki and Ninmah had stowed aboard.  Ninagal said, "The life essences and life eggs, in the four-legged animals from Ziusudra's boat can be combined.  Sheep for wool and meat will multiply, cattle for milk and hides will all have."  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, pages 229 - 234] Enki bade his son Dumuzi (assisted by Ziusudra's middle son) shepherd the livestock. 

Enki and Ninagal engineered a system of dams and sluices to regulate the Nile to create a pastureland for Dumuzi's herds. 

Enlil selected the Saudi Arabian Peninsula for a new interplanetary freighter rocket terminal site to ferry the gold to the homeplanet.

The passage of Nibiru through the Inner Solar system not only damaged Earth and Mars; it also ripped away the shield of gold dust around the planet Nibiru, gold the astronauts had struggled for millennia to ship to the mother planet.  Nibiru's atmosphere was again dwindling.  The mother planet desperately needed Earth’s gold. 

But mud covered the African mines.  The hundreds of Nibiran miners had repatriated to Nibiru.   The thousands of Hybrid miners had drowned.  The gold refinery at Bad-Tibira had washed away.  Waters had swept away the rocket terminal at Sippar in Mesopotamia. 

Ninurta came to the rescue.

Ninurta prospected huge gold finds of pure gold, needing no refining, in Peru.  High in the Andes, he also found beardless descendants of Ka-in who'd survived the flood on rafts and now lived on an island in Lake Titicaca.  South America had the gold Nibiru needed as well as potential miners.

>From the Andes (southeast modern La Paz and east of Lake Poopo in alluvium of rivers running into the east coast of Lake Titicaca) also Ninurta could obtain copper and pure, unsmelted tin (rather than have to mine cassiterite and smelt the tin from it with CO2  and limestone) to combine  with six parts copper and cast into bronze. 

Hard bronze had been needed to face the temples of brick.  It had taken 7,000 years after the Deluge for the human survivors, directed by Ninurta, to resettle Mesopotamia, but the mud of the deluge had buried all the stone and minerals there, so brick was the only local building material.  Hard bronze tools were needed to face the brick.  Local and European tin and cassiterite sources were inadequate to supply needs of the burgeoning civilization and the pure tin located by Ninurta, then developed by his half-brother Adad (also known as /Teshub, Ishkur, Hadad, Rimac, Zabar Dibba and Viracocha).  [Sitchin, Z., 1990, The Lost Realms, pages 228- 222.] 

[Essay 24 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

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

Story So Far 

     From 10,500 to 7,000 years ago, the Nibiran Goldmining Mission reclaimed Earth after the Deluge,  The astronauts rebuilt Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) with Adapite Hybrids ruled by the Enlil clan through Ziusudra's sons Shem and Japheth.  In the Andes, Ninurta resumed goldmining with Ka-in descendants from Lake Titicaca.

Narrative Resumes 

THE NEW SPACEPORT ("Place of the Celestial Chariots") in Sinai

    Enki's son Ningizidda (with power tools better than those we use to cut and move rock) built two pyramids in Egypt.  First he built a model pyramid. Then he built the Great Pyramid.  He put the Great Pyramid at the South end of a straight line through the Landing Platform in Lebanon ( Baalbek) to Mt. Ararat (Eastern Turkey) in the North.  Ningishzidda installed Nibirans' master computer programs and astronavigational equipment in the Great Pyramid

     Enki got Enlil to order a monument, the sphinx, to Ningishzidda for the pyramids: "Let us beside the twin peaks a monument create, the Age of the Lion to announce. The image of Ningishzidda,  the peaks' designer, let its face be.  Let it precisely toward the Place of Celestial Chariots gaze." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 238]

    Enlil chose his son Utu to run the actual Sinai Spaceport on the 30th parallel.  This line, the 30th parallel, separated the realms of Lineage Enlil (North of the parallel) and the realms of Lineage Enki (South of the 30th). 

     In the Great Pyramid, Enki's son Gibil installed pulsating crystals and a capstone of electrum, to reflect a beam for incoming spacecraft.  The beam from the capstone marked the western edge of the runway line from Ararat to Tilmun on the Sinai .  Mt. Katherine, at the southern tip of the Sinai, marked the eastern edge of the rocket runway corridor. Mission Control perched on Mount Moriah (the future Jerusalem), off-limits to Earthlings. 


     Marduk, disinherited as future king of Nibiru when he married an Earthling, lost  command of Marsbase when, 500 years before, Nibiru sucked off the Martian atmosphere.  He protested the glory Enlil gave Ningishzidda.  Marduk resented the authority Enlil gave Utu. "Marduk to his father Enki words of aggrievement said, `To dominate the whole Earth to me did you promise. Now command and glory to others are granted, without task or dominion I am left'"[Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 238]. 

     Enki's other sons as well as Enki's Champion, Ninurta, and his brothers in the Enlil Lineage also demanded "lands for themselves and devoted Earthlings." 


     Ninmah, ever the peace-maker, proposed all these Royals be given lands and Earthling followers. Ninmah, as daughter of Nibiru's King Anu, mother of Ninurta and mother of Enki's daughters as well, was awarded control of the entire Sinai--Tilmun (Land of Missiles), as it was called, as neutral ground between the two lineages. 

     Commander Enlil allotted lands east of Sinai to his lineal descendants, supported by Ziusudra's sons Shem and Japheth and their descendants. The Commander awarded Africa to Enki and his lineage, supported by Ziasudra's son Ham and his descendants.  Enki in turn appointed Marduk ruler of Egypt, with Earthling supporters too. 

     Ninurta built Ninmah a palace on Mt Moriah.  Enlil and Enki installed Ninmah in the palace, awarding her the title "Ninharsag, Mistress of the Mountainhead." 

Nibiran whirlbirds began lofting Peru's gold nuggets to the Sinai for transport to Niburu to resume shielding the home planet's atmosphere with gold dust. 

[Essay 25 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

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

Story So Far
 Enki got Enlil to authorize Ningishzidda's face on the Sphinx.  Ningishzidda's brother Marduk and Marduk's rival Ninurta both protested.  Enlil awarded vast estates and Earthling subjects to the Nibiran Royals.  He assigned Ninmah, as neutral peacemaker, control of Sinai, where she would dwell and separate the Enlil and Enki lineages. 
Enlil allotted lands east of Sinai to his own descendants, supported by Adapite descendants of Ziusudra's sons Shem and Japheth. Enlil gave Enki and his descendants Egypt and Africa, supported by the line of Ziasudra's son Ham.

The Civilized Workers (as Adapite Hybrids were now called) were in great demand as laborers for their Nibiran lords.

Igigi, Astronaut Corps, again whildbirded Peru's gold nuggets to the Sinai to rocket to Nibiru for the homeplanet's shield. 

For 300 years, peace prevailed on Earth.

Narrative Resumes

     Enki moved to Elephantine (Abu) Island near Aswan (Syene).  From Abu, he supervised workers building dams, dykes and tunnels to control the Nile's flow to the Mediterranean. 

9,780 years ago, Enki, now called Ptah, gave son Marduk, now called Ra, rule of Egypt and the workers there. [Sitchin, Z., 1985, The Wars of Gods and Men, page 38; See The Lost Book of Enki pages 242 - 248]

Earlier, during the Great Deluge of 13, 000 years ago, Marduk, his
Adapite wife, Sarpanit, and their sons, Asar (Osiris) and Satu (Seth) sheltered on Marsbase with the Igigi Commander, Shamgaz.  Marduk's boys, Asar and Satu, married Shamgaz's girls, Asra (Isis)* and Nebat (Nephys).  Shamgaz formed a close friendship with Satu [Sitchin, Z., 2002 The Lost Book of Enki pages 243 244.]

Asar and Asra settled near Marduk in the northern lowlands of Lower Egypt. Satu and Nebat settled in the mountains of southern Upper Egypt, near the villa of Shamgaz and the Landing Platform in Lebanon.
Shamgaz and his daughter Nebat lobbied Satu. They convinced Satu that he and the Igigi Astronauts had no chance of good land on Earth.  Asar, Shamgaz agrued, living near Marduk, would succeed to rule of the fertile lower Nile area, leaving only Upper Egypt to Satu and his Igigi friends. Satu, Nebat and Shamgaz decided to assassinate Asar.

Shamgaz and Satu invited Asar to an Astronaut and Royals banquet honoring Aso, Ethiopia's visiting Queen.  Shamgaz drugged Asar's wine, and when Asar fell unconscious, sealed him in a coffin and tossed the coffin into the sea.

Word of Asar's murder reached Asta, Sarpanit and Marduk.  They retrieved Asar's coffin from the sea.  Satu declared himself, as the sole surviving son of Marduk, to now be the ruler of both Upper and Lower Egypt.  Marduk wanted to kill Satu for killing his brother, but Enki forbade this. Instead, Enki had Asta extract semen from Asar's corpse and impregnated herself with it.

Asta announced her pregnancy and disputed Satu's claim to Lower Egypt. She went into hiding and bore Horon (Horus).  She raised Horon to fight Satu and avenge Asar.  Shamgaz and the Astronauts ignored Asta. The Igigi Astronauts spread their estates and their armies of Earthlings toward from Lebanon all the way to the borders of Ninmah's neutral Jerusalem region.  The Igigi advanced toward the Interplanetary Landing Zone, The Place of Celestial Chariots.

Meanwhile, in Upper Egypt, Marduk's brother Gibil tutored Horon to manhood.  Gibil taught Horon how to pilot aircraft and fashioned multi-headed missiles for him and taught him and his Earthlings how to smelt iron and make iron weapons for his Earthling army–all to ready Horon to defeat Satu.  Fully armed, Horon's army marched on Sinai.  Rather than face Horon's better-weaponed army, Satu challenged Horon to a one-to-one areal battle. As Horon flew his fighter toward Satu, Satu struck him with a poisoned dart.  Ningishzidda gave Horon antidote and a "blinding weapon."

In a far-ranging aerial battle, Horon hit Satu with the blinding weapon, then with a harpoon.  Blind, Satu crashed, his testicles squashed.

Horon bound Satu and dragged him before the Council.  The Council let Satu live out his life, without the life-extension treatment, among the Astronaut Corps.

*Sitchin, in The Wars of Gods and Men, page 41, relates that Plutarch's version of this tale has Marduk's brother Ningishzidda (Thoth, Hermes) as the secret father of Asra.

[Essay 26 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

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

Story So FarThe principals of Enki's lineage, in their competition among themselves,  transferred much advanced technology to their Earthling minions.  Marduk, Enki's eldest son, married to the Adapite Earthling Sarpanit, forged an alliance with the Astronaut Corps (Igigi).  Following Marduk's example, the Igigi took Earthling women and captured the Landing Place in Lebanon, and in 8970 B.C., in the name of Marduk's son Satu, were advancing on the Spaceport in Sinai.  Gibil, another of Enki's sons, taught Earthlings commanded by Marduk's grandson Horon to make iron weapons.

Narrative (Essay 26) Resumes:

Enlil and his sons, Ninurta, Nannar and Adad, saw the command of the gold mining expedition and control of Earth, which they felt should be theirs alone, threatened by Earthlings led by the descendants of Enki, particularly Marduk, and Marduk's sons and his grandsons. 

Enlil and sons feared Enkiites would control Earth's space facilities.  Enkiites would determine how much gold flowed from Earth to Nibiru.  They'd rule Earth and Nibiru.  Enlil and his lineage couldn't even escape Earth when the mining there was done if Marduk and his allies controlled space travel and communication with the home planet.

To counter this, Enlil sent Ninurta to secretly build a communications center next to Lake Titicaca.  Ninurta built also a spaceport on the plains next to the Andes.  "From there" Ninurta reported, "gold shipments to Nibiru can continue, from there in need we too can ascend" [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, 1976, The 12th Planet, pages 248 -249]

[Essay 27 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

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

The Story

       Enlil and his sons, Ninurta, Nannar and Adad, saw the command of the gold mining expedition and control of Earth, which they felt should be theirs alone, threatened by Marduk and the Earthlings led by the descendants of Enki, particularly Marduk, his sons and his grandsons. Enlil and his sons feared the Enlilites would control Earth's space facilities and thus the flow of gold from Earth to Nibiru. If Marduk and his allies had such control, they would be able to hold both Earth and Nibiru in their power. Enlil and his clan would not even be able to escape Earth when the mining there was done, if Marduk and his allies controlled space travel and communication with the home planet. To counter this, they sent Ninurta to secretly build a communications center next to Lake Titicaca. Ninurta built also a spaceport on the plains next to the Andes. From there, Ninurta reported, gold shipments to Nibiru can continue, from there in need we too can ascend. 
Into this intense and building rivalry, darlings of the two opposed lineages fall in love.
Narrative Resumes
"After the Deluge, on the Landing Platform [Lebanon], Dumuzi and Inanna their eyes on each other set. Hesitant at first they were, he of Enki’s lineage, she of Enlil an offspring [son’s daughter]." 

            Enkiite and Enlilite elders hoped they could heal the deadly rivalry between their lineages if Dumuzi and Inanna wed. “‘Perchance the espousing peace between the linages truly will bring!’ Enlil to them all did say.“  [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, :251]

            Here’s Inanna’s Background: Rulers of Nibiru and Earth pampered Inanna, who, as a child, was called Irnini.  Known in later years as Ishtar, Ashtoreth, Annutitum, Aphrodite, Athena, Venus, Eshdar, Innin, Ninni, Kali and Shakti, Inanna was Commander Enlil's son's daughter--a royal member of the Enlil Lineage.

           "Inanna by her parents Nannar and Ningal was beloved. Enlil [Her Grandfather] by her cradle sat.  Beautiful beyond describing she was, in martial arts with Anunnaki heros [Nibirans on Earth] she competed.  A skyship of her own, to roam Earth’s skies, to her the Anunnaki presented." [The Lost Book of Enki, Sitchin, 2002:250]  Inanna and brother Ute, twins of Nannar (Enlil’s second son), were both Nibirans born on Earth. 

            Inanna and her twin were long-lived like homeplanet Nibirans.  But the Earthborns matured faster.  "Who on Nibiuru in diapers would still be, on Earth became a child; Who on Nibiru began to crawl, when on Earth born was running around." [Sitchin 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, p152]

            Dumuzi’s Background: Enki's spouse, Damkina, bore Dumuzi (a fast-maturing Earthborn like Inanna) long after their sons Ningishzidda and Gibil.  Dumuzi accompanied Ningishzidda and their Hybrid half-brother, Adapa, to Nibiru. 

Dumuzu brought sheep and goats to Earth from Nibiru.  After the deluge receded, Enki put Dumuzi in charge of Africa’s domestic herds and the humans tending them.  Dumuzi became Enki’s favorite son. 
Marduk, Enki’s eldest, envied Dumuzi, felt jealous. 

         Marduk sent his sister Geshtinanna to Inanna.  “To her Inanna what was in her heart revealed, ‘A vision of a great nation I have. As a Great Anunnaki Dumuzi there will rise. His queen-spouse I shall be.  To Dumuzi I will status give, the country I will rightly direct.  Inanna’s visions of rulership and glory by Geshtinanna to her brother Marduk were reported.  By Inanna’s ambitions Marduk was greatly disturbed; to Geshtinanna a secret plan he said.”   [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, :251]

        Marduk had Geshtinanna seduce Dumuzi.  She told Dumuzi, “Before you your young wife in your embrace will sleep, a legitimate heir, by a sister born, you must have" [ie, keeping succession within the Enki Lineage]."  Inanna’s son to succession shall not be entitled. 

After she’d received his ejaculate, Geshtinanna panicked Dumuzi.  She said, Marduk of raping me will accuse you, evil emissaries to arrest you he will send.  To try you and disgrace you he will order, the liaison with an Enlilite to disunite.

Dumuzi, aghast, fled to hide behind a waterfall but slipped into the rapids and drowned.   [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, :253].

[Essay 28 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

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

Around 8670 BC, a marriage between Inanna, Enlil's son's daughter and  Enki's son Dumuzi, meant to bring the feuding Enki and Enlil lineages to  peace is foiled by Enki's eldest son, Marduk, who gets his sister  Geshtinanna to seduce Dumuzu so he can accuse Dumuzi of rape and  prevent Inanna from power in the Enkiite turf–Africa, Egypt, the Seas.  Dumuzi flees to hide behind a waterfall but drowns.

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      Dumuzi's brother Ninagal retrieved Dumuzi's body from Lake Victoria.  He brought the body to their brother Nergal and his wife, Erishkigal (Inanna's  sister) in South Africa.  Inanna flew to her sister's place.


 Erishkigal believed Inanna pursued levirate, whereby a man impregnates his dead brother's wife.  Inanna thought she, as widow of Nergal's brother Dumuzi, should rule in Africa.  If she invoked her right to levirate, she’d get Nergal to beget a son with her.  A son by levirate would inherit Dumuzi's realms in northeast Africa.  Inanna would usurp Erishkigal’s and Nergal’d power in Africa. "Of scheming an heir by Nirgal, Dumuzi's brother, Inanna was accused" [Sitchin, Z.,The Lost Book of Enki, 2002:255]. 

       When Inanna arrived at Ereshkigal's place, Erkishkigal barred her entry.  Inanna forced her way in, but Ereshkigal disarmed Inanna and hung her on a stake to die. 

       And die Inanna did.  But "from clay of the Abzu [Africa] Enki two emissaries fashioned, beings without blood, by death rays unharmed, to lower Abzu he sent them, Inanna to bring back.  Upon the corpse the clay emissaries a Pulser and an Emitter directed, then the Water of Life on her they sprinkled, in her mouth, the Plant of Life they placed.  Then the dead Inanna arose"  [ Sitchin, Z.,The Lost Book of 
Enki, 2002:255]. 

      Inanna brought Dumuzi's body back to Mesopotamia and had it mummified, to rise on a "Final Day" and rejoin her bodily.  Sitchin identifies Inanna's mummification celebration as both a way for her to deal
with her grief and also as part of a move by the Nibirans on Earth to preserve the myth of their immortality.  Nibirans at the time were actually just very long-living, compared to Earthlings; one Earth 
year equals 3, 600 years on the homeplanet, Nibiru [The Cosmic Code, pages 90, 96]. 


           Inanna led the Enlilites to war against Marduk for instigating Dumuzi's death. 

     Marduk's brothers Ningishzidda and Nergal refused to defend him.  But Marduk's other brothers, Ninigal and Gibil, his father Enki and Marduk's grandson Horon joined Marduk and his Astronaut Service (Igigi) allies fighting the Enlilites. 

Inanna blinded Horon's right eye in the fight. 

Inanna's brother Utu held off  the Igigi in Sinai. 

 Inanna and Enlil's sons, Ninurta and Ishkur/Adad attacked Marduk from aircraft. Marduk retreated  into the beacon pyramid [Giza].  On foot, Inanna, Ishkur and Ninurta cornered Marduk in one of the pyramid's air-tight chambers.  "Let the slow death, by alive being buried, be Marduk's sentence!  Inanna her consent gave.  Each one of them one stone for plugging slid down, Marduk as in a tomb to seal" [ Sitchin, Z.,The Lost Book of Enki, 2002:255]. 

          Enki brought Sarpanit, Marduk's Hybrid wife–their young son Nabu in hand, and Inanna's father Nannar and her brother Utu to plead for Marduk's life.  Sarpanit prostrated herself before Inanna, begging her to spare Marduk.  "Appeased not was Inanna. 'For the death of my beloved Dumuzi, the Instigator must die,' Inanna retorted. 


         Ninharsag brought her feuding brothers, Commander Enlil and Enki into the confrontation between Sarpanit and Inanna.  Ninharsag told Enlil, Exile Marduk, replace him with our son Ninurta.  Ninurta, not Marduk shall you succeed.  Enlil and Enki accepted Ninharsag's proposal.  [ Sitchin, Z.,The Lost Book of Enki, 2002:259].

[Essay 29 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

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

The Story

          Inanna, Ninurta and Ninurta's brother Ishkur trapped Marduk/Ra in sealed chamber above the astrolab in the Great Pyramid.  Let him die there, Inanna shouted. 

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          In the pyramid, Enlilite Champion Ninurta and his men explored the Enkiites' astronavigational  guidance systems and secret weapons.  The Champion threw away equipment  wrecked by the fighting.  He destroyed weapons he couldn't use but salvaged the interplanetary landing beacon.  And he saved "the Gug Stone that directions determined." [ Sitchin, Z.,The Lost Book of  Enki, 2002:262.] 

Ningishzidda tunneled io Marduk's chamber.   He found Marduk unconscious but revived him.  Enlil exiled Marduk, his hybrid wife Sarpanit and their son Nabu to "a place where horned beasts were hunted, a land uninhabited by the descendants of Ziasudra [Enki's hybrid son]."

All astronavigational communications and guidance would, Enlil ordered, stay in lands he and his clansmen ruled.  [ Sitchin, Z.,The Lost Book of  Enki, 2002:260].  The Igigi [Astronauts]--who'd sided with Marduk--must get out of the Landing Place in Lebanon. 

"To replace the incapacitated beacon a mount near the Place of the Celestial Chariots was choosen, within its innards tha salvaged crystals were  rearranged.  Upon its peak the Gug Stone, the Stone of Directing, was installed--Mount Mashu, Mount of the Supreme Celestial Barque, the mount was called."   [ Sitchin, Z.,The Lost Book of  Enki, 2002:263]. 


Enlil, his lady and his sons--Ninurta, Ishkur and Nannar--sat with Ninharsag and Inanna.  Enlil awarded Ninurta, his Champion, active rule of Earth. 

Enlil gave Ishkur the Landing Place and the lands to the North, South and East of Lebanon--the lands the rebellious astronauts and their hybrid children had occupied. 

Enlil awarded Nannar "The peninsula wherein the Place of the Chariots [The rocket base at Sinai] was, in Nannar's lands was included, Utu [Nannar’s son] as commander of the Place of the Navel of the Earth was confirmed."  [ Sitchin, Z.,The Lost Book of  Enki, 2002:264]. 

           When Enlil let Enki choose Ningishzidda--known in Egypt as Thoth--to replace Marduk as Lord of Nile Lands.  Inanna Erupted.  Her Betrothed, Dumuzi, Inanna shouted, was entitled to the Upper Nile to rule with her.  As Dumuzi's Queen to Be, she should be ruler of the Nile.  Marduk had caused Dumuzi's death and she should be Dumuzi's successor of Upper Nile.  I led the war against Marduk and that too entitles me to my own domain,  she declared.
The Enlilite leaders appealed to King Anu on Nibiru.  Anu had not visited Earth for 7,000 Earth Years.  They pleaded with him to visit Earth and deal with Inanna.

[Essay 30 by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D.] 

Based on Zecheria Sitchin's Lost Book of Enki

Story So Far

  Enlil let Enki choose Thoth/Ningishzidda replace Ra/Marduk as Lord of Nile Lands.  Inanna shouted that her fiance, Dumuzi, and now she, was heir to the Upper Nile.  Marduk caused Dumuzi's death and she, as Dumuzi's heir, succeeds him of Upper Nile. 

The Enlilite leaders on Earth appealed to King Anu on Nibiru.  Anu had not visited Earth for 7,000 Earth Years.  They pleaded with him to visit Earth and deal with Inanna.

"How Inanna's demands to satisfy the leaders contemplated.  Regarding the Earth and its resettling, words with Anu [on Nibiru] they exchanged.  From the time of the Deluge [11,000BC] almost two Shars [7,200 years] have passed.  The Earthlings have proliferated, from mountainlands to dried lowlands they went.  Of Civilized Mankind by [Enki's son] Ziusudra there were descendants, with Anunnaki [Nibirans] seed they were intermixed.  Offspring of the Igigi [Astronaut Corps] who intermarried roamed about.  In the distant lands Ka-in's kinfolk survived. 

"Few and lofty were the Anunnaki who from Nibiru had come, few were their perfect descendants.  How over Mankind lofty to remain, how to make the many the few obey and serve.  About all that, about the future the leaders with Anu words exchanged.  To come to Earth Anu decided." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, pages 264 -265]

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 In the 7000 years since the Deluge, The Anunnaki pioneers  had reclaimed Mesopotamia.  They rebuilt homes for Enki and Enlil on the silt that covered their predeluvian abodes: Eriki's Eridu and Enlil's Nibru-ki.  But for King Anu's visit to Earth, the Anunnaki built Unug-ki, a new temple in Eden, in an area (Uruk) that was not controlled by either Enki or Enlil.

Anu and his wife Antu landed at Tilmun.   Enki, Enlil and Ninharsag--Anu's three children--greeted them.  "At each other they looked, aging to examine: though greater in Shars were the parents, younger than the children they looked.  The two sons [Enki and Enlil] looked old and bearded; Ninharsag, once a beauty, was bent and wrinkled."  [Sitchin, Z., The Lost Book of  Enki, 2002:268]. 


Enki told his father and siblings the dream he had of Galzu, who said he was Anu's plenipotentiary.  In the dream, Galzu described an submersible vessel for Ziasudra, his clan and the villagers who would help build it.  Enki related how, on waking, he found plans for the boat.  The plans were engraved on a stone tablet  he found beside his bed.  "By that was Anu greatly puzzled. "  Never did I send a secret plenipotentiary to Earth, said the Nibiran King.

Enki and Enlil exclaimed, "On account of Galzu Ziasudra and the seed of life were saved.  On account of Galzu on Earth we remained." 

"'The day you to Nibiru return, you shall die', so did Galzu to us say.   Incredulous of that was Anu; the change in cycles [between Earth and Nibiru] indeed havoc did cause, but with elixirs cured it was."

 " 'Whose emissary, if not yours was Galzu?'  Enki and Enlil in unison said.  'Who the Earthlings to save wanted, who on Earth made us stay?' For the Creator of All did Galzu appear."  Ninharsag asserted that the creation of the Earthlings was also destined by the Creator of All. 

Anu said,
 "While fates we decreed, the hand of destiny at every step directed. The will of the Creator of All is: on Earth and for Earthlings, only emissaries are we.  The Earth to the Earthlings belong, to preserve and advance them we were intended. 

"Whatever Destiny for the Earth and Earthlings, let it so be.  If  Man, not Anunnaki to inherit the Earth is destined, let us destiny help. 

"Give Mankind knowledge...secrets of heaven and Earth them teach.  Laws of justice and righteousness teach them then depart and LEAVE." [Sitchin, Z., The Lost Book of  Enki, 2002:271, 275]. 

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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