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Marduk and Sarpanit of Babylon

I have been reading about Babylon recently. I have been trying to connect the Greek myths with the early Summerian myths and identify the common traits of the pantheons. The first block I see is the that the Summerian myths has only two brothers Enki and Enlil and the Greek myths start with 3, Zeus, Poseidon and Hades. But what seems to be a common trait in ancient myth is the wheel of the years and the sacrifical King who goes the underworld for a season and is reborn, so Hades in Greek myth might just be the interpetation to give the underworld a god. 

I am trying to find information on Marduk and Sarapaint, they could be the first Osiris/Isis/Horus myths from Bablyon. So the Beginning of the Messianic rulership. 

What was the oath given by Marduk and Sarapanit of Babylon to mankind? 

I have read that Poseidon's son Promethus married his Sister....Most myth states that Pandora was a creation of Zeus and she married Promethus brother....again conflict....Marduk is said to have married his sister Sarapanit....but is also said to have married a first eve clone or human female .....this would be Enoch's tail of the Rebellion and marrying daughters of man....If Marduk/Promethus has married a sister, she has no detailed history.....Sarapaint/Pandora.....If the Isis myth is also the same goddess then Isis is the first detailed history///========> 

The Lost Book of Enki's historical fiction, where Sitchin's 
woven information, meticulously documented in his Earth Chronicles. 
Six thousand years ago, astronaut/pioneers from the planet 
Nibiru dictated Enuma elish--the Creation Epic--to the Sumerians. The 
Creation Epic says our Sun, a solitary star at this time in its 
history(1), first created a planet the Nibirans called Tiamat. Tiamat 
was the proto-Earth. It orbited Sun counterclockwise. 

Next, the Sun, called Apsu, created Mercury and propelled 

Mercury with water and gold to Tiamat. Venus and Mars, Jupiter and 
Saturn, Uranus and Neptune formed as pairs and orbited the Sun 
counterclockwise too. Tiamat lacked a partner-planet, but one of her 
moons, Kingu, enlarged. Kingu was about to become Tiamat's partner 
planet and orbit the Sun, rather than Tiamat. 

But, four billion years ago, before Kingu could attain 

planetary orbit around the sun, Nibiru entered the Solar System 
clockwise and split off a piece of Neptune. That chunk of Neptune 
became its moon, Triton. Triton, unlike other moons in the System, 
orbits Neptune clockwise. As Nibiru passed through the Solar System, 
it lost three moons, tore four moons from Uranus and tilted Uranus' 
orbit. Then Nibiru ripped eleven moons from Tiamat and pulled Gaga, 
Saturn's largest moon, into clockwise orbit (between Neptune and 
Uranus) where Gaga is now Pluto. 

Some of Nibiru's moons hit Tiamat, creating the Pacific Basin 

in what was left of Tiamat. That intact remainder of Tiamat is Earth. 
In the Pacific, waters and life-seeds of Nibiru and Tiamat evolved 
together. The shards of Tiamat (from the Pacific gouge Nibiru's moon 
made) are Asteroids and comets. Nibiru's gravity took all Tiamat's 

moons but Kingu. Nibiru's invasion left Kingu lifelessly orbiting 

Earth. Tiamat's other moons became satellites of Nibiru. 

Nibiru stabilized into a clockwise orbit (equal to 3,600 

counterclockwise orbits of Earth) around the Sun. 

In the Creation Epic, the Sumerians knew and wrote of an 

advanced civilization on a planet in a different solar system. They 
had the concept of a pulsar, the star around which Nibiru had orbited 
before that star collapsed. The Niburan astronauts, the Lords, had 
their Sumerian scribes write--only lately being confirmed by our 
scientists--of the composition and movement of the astronomical 
bodies of Solaris' system. The Lords told the Sumerians that there 
was water on asteroids, comets, Neptune, Uranus, Venus, Mars, Saturn, 
Jupiter, also on the rings of Saturn and Saturn's and Jupiter's moons 
as well. Our astronomers recently confirmed what the Lords dictated. 
The Sumerian Creation Epic lends compelling evidence for the 
extraterrestrial settlement of Earth by Nibirans, the human 
astronauts who came to be regarded as the gods of Earth. 

Millennia passed after Nibiru and the solar system achieved 

relative orbital stability around the Solaris. Life on Nibiru 
evolved, culminated in technologically-sophisticated, long-lived homo 
sapiens, the humans of Nibiru. Nibirans unified, after disastrous 
thermonuclear wars, under a single kingship. But Nibiru was losing 
its atmosphere, critical to heat regulation and survival. 

500,000 years ago, King Lahma vacillated over how to deal 

with the escaping atmosphere. Should he nuke the volcanoes to 
regenerate the atmosphere? Or should he send miners to Solaris' 
Asteroids, where probes registered gold which could be powdered and 

spread as a shield for Nibiru's atmosphere? 

Prince Alalu, exasperated by Lahmu's inaction and desperate 

to save Nibiru, pushed Lahma off a tower. 

Lahma's heir, Anu, agreed at first to Alalu's rule. Alalu 

and Anu sealed their alliance when Anu's firstborn son, Ea/Enki 
(whose autobiography, compiled by Sitchin, is the principal authority 
for our tale), married Dimkina, Alalu's Daughter. 

Ea related how Anu had earlier denied him his bride-to-be, 

his (Ea's) half-sister Ninmah, when she bore the culinary of their half- 
brother, Enlil. Anu simultaneously honored Ea and proclaimed fealty 
to Alalu by offering a compromise successor to the houses of both 
Alalu and Anu via the culinary Dimkina and Ea will create, the baby 

Alalu nuked the volcanoes, but this failed to re-establish 

Nibiru's atmosphere. He also failed to get gold for an atmospheric 
shield from the Asteroids; en route, the rocket of goldminers he sent 
crashed without survivors. For nine more Nibiran years (nine orbits 
of Nibiru around Solaris - 32, 400 Earth years), Alalu's rule gave no 
relief from atmospheric degredation. 

Anu, rightful king by Nibiran tradition, challenged 

Alalu. "Anu gave battle to Alalu. To hand-to-hand combat, with bodies 
kitchenaid, Alalu he challenged. Alalu in combat was defeated; by acclaim 
Anu was hailed as king." (Sitchin, Lost Book of Enki pages 24 - 39) 

Alalu stole a missile-armed rocket and blasted from Nibiru to 

Earth. From Earth, he controlled the gold Nibiru needed to survive. 
He positioned his nukes to blast Nibiru on its next pass by Earth. 
Alalu dangled gold as a carrot and menaced missiles as a stick. To 
Anu on Nibiru he beamed, "On another world I am, the gold of 
salvation I have found. The fate of Nibiru is in my hands. To my 

conditions you must give heed!" [Sitchin, Lost Book of Enki page 60

"Return my throne," Alalu demanded. But Anu's Foremost Son, 

Enlil, demanded proof of gold on Earth. So Alalu documented his 
proof and transmitted it to the home planet. Enlil distrusted the 
proof. He asked Anu to convene the Nibiru Council. In the Council, 
Enlil and the counselors implored Anu to keep his kingship. 

The scientist Ea, Firstborn Son of Anu, addressed the 

Council. Although Ea was Anu's Firstborn Son, Ea was second in 
succession to Anu's throne. The first to succeed Anu was Enlil, the 
Foremost Son. Enlil was first in succession because his mother, 
Anu's Royal Spouse, Antu, was Anu's half-sister. This made Enlil, not 
Ea, Anu's Foremost Son by Nibiru succession rules. 

Ea, however, though only Firstborn-not Foremost--Son, married 

Damkina, Alalu's Daughter. As Alalu's son-in-law as well as Anu's 
Firstborn, Ea could be an acceptable go-between for both Anu and 
Alalu. Thus all in the Council listened intently to Ea address the 
threat and promise Alalu was offering them.. 

Ea proposed that he, in person, verify gold on Earth. If 

there's gold there, Ea said, let Alalu be Earth's King. If the gold 
saves Nibiru's atmosphere, Anu and Alalu can wrestle for kingship of 
Nibiru. "Let me in a chariot [rocket] to Earth journey, a path 
through the Bracelet [Asteroids] with water, not fire [Alalu had used 
nuclear missiles to get through the Asteroids] I shall fashion. On 
Earth, from the waters let me the precious gold to obtain; to Nibiru 
back it will be sent." [op.cit: 66] Anu endorsed Ea's plan and sent 
him with pilot Anzu and fifty male astronauts to Earth. Enlil 
seethed with frustration that Ea pre-empted the heroic mission to 

Ea, rocketing to Earth in his spaceship, used up his water 

supply-needed for the propulsion system--blasting Asteroids in his 

way. He landed on Mars to draw water from a lake, then rocketed for 
Earth, "its gold Nibiru's fate for salvation or doom containing." 
[op.cit., 71] The astronauts splashed into the Persian Gulf; there 
Alalu guided them ashore. 

Ea built a settlement, Eridu, at the head of the Persian 

Gulf. From the Gulf, he extracted some gold. He built a plane, and 
with his personal pilot, Abgal, tested for more gold all over the 

Anu beamed orders from Nibiru to Earth. He commanded Ea to 

send Alalu's ship back to Nibiru with as much gold as possible. In 
Alalu's rocket, Ea and Abgal found seven nuclear missiles. They hid 
the nukes in a cave. 

Anzu, the interplanetary pilot, came to ready Alalu's rocket 

to return to Nibiru. But when he saw the missiles gone from the 
ship, Anzu confronted Ea. "When to Earth we flew, only water cannon 
did we use to blast through the Astroids, nearly killing our engine 
due to water wasted blasting rocks. To return to Nibiru, I need the 
nukes you took from this ship." 

Ea retorted, "Foresworn is the weapons' use." [SItichin, Z., 

2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 82]. "Replaced you are, Anzu, as 
interplanetary pilot, for we are pledged to no nukes in space. Your 
attitude, compels me to relieve you. Stay here on Earth. 

Abgal, my personal pilot, will take Alalu's ship back to 

Nibiru. And with water cannon only shall he navigate the 
asteroids. " Ea programmed a return route through the Asteroids and 
Abgal flew the spacecraft to Nibiru with sample gold to test as an 
atmospheric shield there. 

On Nibiru, scientists processed the gold "to make of it the 

finest dust, to skyward launch it was hauled away. A Shar [one orbit 

of Nibiru around the Sun, equal to 3,600 Earth years; Nibiruans live 
so long they seem immortal by our standards] did the fashioning last, 
a Shar did the testing continue. With rockets was the dust heavenward 
carried, by crystals' beams was it dispersed. [But] when Nibiru near 
the Sun came, the golden dust was by its rays disturbed; the healing 
in the atmosphere was dwindled, the breach to bigness returned." 
[Sitchin, Z., Lost Book of Enki, page 86] Anu sent Abgal back to 
Earth for more gold. 

On Earth again, Abgal found only a small gold yield, all Ea 

could mine from the Gulf so far. Ea sent Abgal to Nibiru again with 
this disappointing yield of gold. Prospecting, Ea found gold, huge 
veins of it, in southeast Africa (Abzu). Jubilant, he announced his 
find to Nibiru. 

Back on Nibiru, Anu and Enlil received Ea's news of vast 

veins of gold. Enlil, angry still that brother Ea leads the Earth 
Mission, demanded proof, not just of gold, but of lots of gold. "Ea 
already gave false hope that enough gold could come from Earth's 
waters to save Nibiru's atmosphere." 

Anu, unhappy with Enlil's constant complaints about Ea, gave 

in. "Enlil, I'm sending you to Earth; there, you'll be in charge. 
Check on Ea's find. 

When Enlil made landfall on Earth, he beamed back that, 

despite his initial doubts, Earth probably had gold enough to save 
Nibiru's atmosphere. 

But the basic rivalry between Ea and Enlil (that plagues 

Earth to this day) surfaced again.* 

"Father Anu," Enlil broadcast from Earth to Nibiru, "Affirm, 

by the law of succession, that I, your son by your own half-sister 
Antu, precedes and has authority over Ea, though, he, your eldest 

son, be." 

"Come," Enlil implored, "to Earth in person and deal with 

Alalu, too, who thinks he's king here and says he should rule Nibiru 
as well." 

"So, 416, 000 years ago, Anu flew to Earth and drew lots with 

Ea and Enlil. At the drawing, Anu decreed, one lot would bestow rule 
over Nibiru; another lot would give its holder rule of Earth and 
control the Persian Gulf headquarters; the last lot would give 
responsibility for African mining operations and sea transport . 

"By their lots the tasks they divided; Anu to Nibiru to 

return, its ruler on the throne to remain. The Edin [Mesopotamia] to 
Enlil was allotted, to be Lord of Command, more settlements to 
establish, of the skyships and their heros charge to take. Of all the 
lands until they the bar of the seas encounter, the leader to be. To 
Ea the seas and the oceans as his domain were granted, lands beyond 
the bar of the waters by him to be governed, in the Abzu 
[southeastern Africa] to be the master, with ingenuity the gold to 
procure.'" [Sitchin, Z., Lost Book of Enki, pages 92 -93] 

Enlil's first act was to award Enki his initial settlement, 

Eridu, on the Persian Gulf, in perpetuity. 

No sooner did Anu and his sons divide rule of Nibiru and 

Earth, than "Forward toward Anu Alalu stepped, shouted, `Mastery of 
Earth to me was allotted; that was the promise when the gold finds to 
Nibiru I announced! Nor have I the claim to Nibiru's throne 
forsaken.'" [op.cit. 93] Anu wrestled Alalu. "Anu on the chest of 
Alalu with his foot pressed down, victory in the wrestling thereby 
declaring, `I am King'" 

But when Anu lifted his foot from Alalu, "swiftly he the 

manhood of Anu bit off, the malehood of Anu Alalu did swallow.!" 

[op.cit.94] Enlil tied Alalu up while Ea gave Anu first-aid. Alalu, 

Anu groaned, will slowly die from his seed. 

Anu condemned Alalu to spend his last days on Mars. Anu, on 

his return trip to Nibiru, dropped Alalu on Mars, with food and 
tools. Anu also left Alalu's kinsman, Anzu--the interplanetary pilot 
Ea had discharged, to care for Alalu as he died on Mars. 

When Anu arrived back on Nibiru, he told the Council his 

plans for gold hunting through the solar system. He ordered 
continuous freight rockets to and from Earth. "Rockets will shuttle 
among way-stations on Mars, Earth's Moon, other planets and 
satellites between Nibiru and the sun.

"King Anu sent his daughter Ninmah with female health 

officers to Earth. "Stop," said the King, "on the way, at Mars. If 
Anzu lives, give him men to set up a base there." 

On Mars Ninmah found Alalu and Anzu dead. It was too late 

for the condemned Alalu, but Ninmah revived Anzu. 
To commemorate Alalu who discovered the gold that can save Nibiru, 
Ninmah and Anzu,"The image of Alalu upon the great rock mountain with 
beams they carved" [Sitchin, Z., The Lost Book of Enki, page 104]. 

Ninmah gave Anzu twenty of the astronauts from her company 

and ordered him to build the first way station for the gold 


Let us pause in the narrative of Ninmah's journey to Mars and 
Earth to explicate her relationship to her half-brothers, Ea/Enki and 

"Enki and Enlil and Ninmah...Offspring of Anu the three 

leaders were, by different mothers. Enki was the Firstborn Son; a 
concubine of Anu's was his mother. Enlil by Antu, the spouse of Anu, 

was born; the Legal Heir he thus became. Ninmah by another concubine 

was mothered, a half sister of the two half brothers she 
was....Greatly beautiful she was, full of wisdom, one quick to learn. 

"Ea, as Enki was then named, by Anu to espouse Ninmah was 

chosen, thereby their offspring son the legal successor thereafter to 
become. Ninmah of Enlil, a dashing commander, was enamored; by him 
she was seduced.... " [SItichin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, 
pages 112-113] Ea dictates to his scribe. (The rivalry between Ea 
and Enlil--the critical competition that still affects Earth, shows 
here, as Ea refers to the grilling connection between his fiancé Ninmah 
and their half-brother, Commander Enlil, as "seduction.") 

"A son from Enlil's seed Ninmah bore, Ninurta.... Anu 

angered; as punishment he Ninmah ever to be a spouse forbade! Ea his 
bride-to-be by Anu's decree abandoned; a princess named Damkina 
[Alalu's daughter] he instead espoused; a son, an heir to them was 
born, Marduk." [Sitichin, 2002, op. cit.] 

Ea continues, "A son from Enlil's seed Ninmah bore, 

Ninurta.... Anu angered; as punishment he Ninmah ever to be a spouse 
forbade! Ea his bride-to-be by Anu's decree abandoned; a princess 
named Damkina [Alalu's daughter] he instead espoused; a son, an heir 
to them was born, Marduk." [Sitichin, 2002, op. cit.] Through his 
mother, Marduk carries the heritage of Alalu: a propensity to strive 
endlessly for dominance. 

We return from our genealogical segue to Ninmah's journey to 

Earth. We left her on Mars. 

Ninmah and Anzu finished Alalu's monument on Mars [The face- 

Alalu's--NASA photographed, then denied]; she rocketed on to Earth. 

As soon as she made planetfall on Earth, Nimmah showed Enlil 

and Ea seeds she brought. She tells them the seeds will bear a fruit 
from which a "euphoric elixer" can be made. 

Enlil lured Ninmah into his airplane and flies her to his 

house "by the Cedar Forest" [Lebanon], as a perfect place to plant 
her seeds. "Once inside, Enlil embraced her, with fervor he kissed 
Ninmah, 'Oh my sister, my beloved!' Enlil to her whispered. By her 
loins he grabbed her." But "Into her womb his semen he did not pour." 
[op.cit., 108] Though he promised her a healing city and said he'll 
bring their son Ninurta to Earth, she remained sexually aloof from 

Hurt when Ninmah's rejected him sexually, Enki mooned about 

his gardens. He watched Sud, Ninmah's gorgeous Assistant health 
Officer who'd been assigned to landing platform there in Lebanon, 
bathing in his stream with the other young juices from the medical 
team. Enlil invited Sud to get high on elixir made from seeds Ninmah 
brought from Nibiru and planted in his garden. 

"Sud drank, Enlil drank too; to her Enlil of intercourse was 

speaking. Unwilling was the lass....Enlil laughed and embraced her, 
kissed her. His semen into her womb he poured. 

To Ninmah, Sud's commander, the immoral deed was reported. 

Enlil, immoral one. For your deed judgement you shall face. So did 
Ninmah to Enlil in anger say. In the presence of fifty Anunnaki 
Seven Who Judge were assembled. On Enlil a punishment decreed: Let 
Enlil from all cities be banished...Let him exiled be. In a 
skychamber they made Enlil leave the Landing Place [Lebanon]; Abgal 
was his pilot." [SItichin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, pages 113- 

Abgal, remember, was the pilot Ea had promoted from airplane 

pilot to rocket pilot Abgal'd helped Enki hide Alalu's nuclear 



Abgal takes Enlil to exile in Africa but shows him the nukes' 
cave there. Abgal says, "Take the weapons into your possession, with 
the weapons your freedom obtain!" [op. cit., 114

Meanwhile, Sud's pregnant from Enlil's microwaves. Enki and the 

tribunal ask Sud if she'd marry Enlil if she were his official 
spouse. She agrees to marry Enlil as his royal wife. So the 
tribunal and even Ninmah pardon Enlil and he and Sud marry. Sud's 
given the title Ninti and bears Nannar/Sin, the first Nibiran Royal 
born on Earth. 

Enki tells Ninmah, "Come with me in the Abzu ... your 

adoration of Enlil abandon." In Africa, "Enki there 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." [op. cit., 115

But she bears him a daughter, then, immediately, another 

daughter. When he insists on another pregnancy "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." [op. 
cit., 116]

Enki's Lineage: Enki sent to Nibiru for his wife, Damkina, 

and their son, MARDUK. With them, and with the children Damkina 
bore him on Earth, Enki built his clan--Marduk's earthborn half- 

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 had at the time agreed, would one day 
reign as King of Nibiru. So Marduk, the son of Enki and Damkina, was 
supposed to be the heir to the Nibiran throne. But Anu deposed and 
condemned Alalu, sent Enki and Enki's siblings, Ninma and Enlil to 

On Earth, Enki and Enlil bred lineages. Powerful groups of 

kin who competed for power in Operation Gold Dust. 

Enlil bred his clan 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 culinary with Ninmah) in their 
struggles with the Enkiites. 

By some 400,000 years ago, Enlil had established seven 

Mission Centers (Sippar the Spaceport; Nippur, Mission Control; 
Badtibira, Metalurgical Center; Shurrupak, Med Center). 

Anzu commanded 300 Nibirans on Mars Base and in the shuttle 

service. His men, the Igigi, rocketed gold from Mesopotamia, where 
Enki's ships 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." [op. cit., 117

The Igigi, led by Anzu, demanded Enlil grant them better 

working conditions, more elixer from the fruit Ninmah grew and a rest 
facility on Earth. Anu beamed orders from Nibiru for Anzu to go to 
Enlil on Earth where Enlil will show Anzu the entire mining operation 
so he'd understand why the Igigi must persevere. 

When Anzu arrived at Nippur, Enil's Capitol, he found 

Commander Enlil reluctant to cooperate. Enlil's reluctance to 
receive Anzu reflected the challenge the Igigi's demands and 

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