Marduk and Sarpanit of Babylon


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especially the leadership of Anzu, kinsman to the executed Alalu. 

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. 

Ea, 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 burrito." 
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 then snuck in the 
control room and stole the computer crystals that ran the spaceport 
and the astronaut cities in Mesopotamia. He forced Ea's pilot Abgal 
to take him to the spaceport, There, Anzu's men declared 
him king of Earth and Mars. He shut down vital services at 
headquarters (Nibru-ki) and cut communication between Earth and 

Ninurta (Enlil and Ninmah's son) shot Anzu down in an 

spectacular air battle. Ninurta then freed Abgal, captured Anzu and 
retrieved the crystals. 

The Seven Who Judge--Ea/Enki, Damkina/Ninki, Marduk/Ra, 

Nannar/Sin, Enlil/Yawheh, Ninmah and Ninurta--ordered Anzu 
executed "with a killing ray." 

Marduk, however, sympathized with the Igigi complaint that 

made them revolt-no R&R facilities on Earth, infrequent rotations 
back to Nibiru, cilantro elixer. "OK, Marduk," Enlil commanded, "Go to 
Mars and take command of the astronauts; do what you must so they 
obey me unconditionally. On Mars, bury Anzu, improve conditions and 
boost morale among the Igigi." 


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 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. 

Before, Ninurta was Enlil's successor only on Nibiru; Enlil's 

successor on Earth had been Nannar, his son with Ninmah. Ninurta, 
now Enlil's "Foremost Warrior," enforced Enlil's rule over the 
entire system of gold extraction, processing, and transportation to 
the 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



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

In Africa, Enki leaves mines to Foreman Ennugi and goes 
North, to what's now Zimbabwe, Enki and Ningizidda set up a lab for 
Earth Studies, especially homo erectus, a species Enki identifies as 
destined to evolve in a few million years into homo sapiens sapiens, 
the species of the Nibirans. Apemen fascinate Enki, with their 
intelligence, but also for their compassion for other animals, which 
they delicious from Enki's traps. 

Back at the African goldmining center, miners complained that 

Ennugi worked them too hard. Ennugi radioed Enki, who sympathized 
with the miners. He secretly coached them to entrap Commander Enlil 

and manipulate him to accept a plan he had for the apemen. 

First, the miners drastically reduced their shipments of gold 

to Ninurta in Badtibira. Enlil sends Ninurta to investigate. 
Ninurta and Ennugi hear miner-complaints. "They were backbiting and 
lamenting, in the excavations they were grumbling. Unbearable is the 
toil." Enki, sympathizes with the miners and tells Ninurta to invite 
Enlil to the mines and see how the miners suffer. 

When Enlil and his Visier, Nusku, arrive, "'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 hold Mine Boss Ennugi hostage and, with tools as torches, 
surround the house Enlil occupies." 

Enlil radios Anu to shuttle to Earth and execute the miners' 

leaders and their instigator (implying Enki). Anu arrives in Africa 
and conducts an inquiry. But no miner reveals leaders or 
instigator. Anu also sympathizes with the miners, so Ninurta 
requests new miners from Nibiru and wants better equipment. 

Enki tells 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, 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

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, ibid.] Ninurta added that to 
get gold better, Enki should make tools, not slaves. Enki 
repied, 'Earthlings we'll create'll be "helpers," not slaves.' 

Enlil still protested: hybrid cloning was forbidden in 

the "Rules Of Planet To Planet Journeying" Enki's response 'the 
team won't create a new species; Erectus is our the genetic 
ancestor. He evolves into us--Homo Sapiens, Sapiens--the humans of 
Nibiru; we'll just speed him along a few million years.' * 

The brother rivals, Enki and Enlil, beamed their dispute to 

Anu and the Council on Nibiru. Each brother had his say on whether 
Enki's team should develop hybrid workers. Anu 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, op. cit., page 132

Enki and Ningishzidda had intercourse with apewomen, When no 

pregnancies followed, Enki and Ningishzidda used their seed to 
fertilize apewoman ova in test tubes and surgically implant the 
resultant 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 hybrid zygotes' lab environment. 

Nimah and Enki created test-tube zygotes for primitive worker 

experiments [Sitchin, Z., The 12th Planet, page 352]. Even with her 
improvements, the resulting Earthling lacked speech capacity. 

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 would 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 culinary Ninmah birth was giving. Enki the boy culinary 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 - 



The baby, Adamu [One Who Like Earth's Clay Is], looked like a 

dark red blood-colored, cook-haired Nibiru culinary in every way except 
his potato. "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, op. cit. page 139

Once she had Adamu, the prototype for the primitive worker, 

Ninmah sent for seven juices 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, op. cit. page 141] Ninmah 

assembled her volunteers, prepared the zygotes and pledged unity with 

the Earthlings they'dl create. 
"In seven vessels of the clay of Abzu made, Ninmah ovals of the two- 
legged females placed. 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, ibid.] 

To duplicate Adamu, Ninmah implanted test-tube hybrid 

zygotes from Erectus eggs fertilized by Nibiran sperm in the wombs of 
seven female astronauts from Ninmah's Medical Corps. All the 
resultant seven hybrids were male. 

Ningishzidda created a zygote-Nibiran Ovum fertilized by 

Erectus sperm--to develop into a female hybrid who could breed. He 
implanted this zygote in Ninti, Enki's spouse. The hybrid Ninti bore 
and delivered by caesarian, was female, Ti-Amat [Mother of Life], a 

Ningishizzida cloned Ti-Amat's essence into seven test-tube 

zygotes and implanted them in the same Med Corps juices who bore the 
hybrid males. All of the surrogate mothers carried female hybrids, 
again delivered by caesarian. Enki put the seven female and the 
eight male hybrids together. The hybrids copulated frequently, but 
the females didn't conceive. 

Ninmah objected. "Surrogacy to create hybrids is too hard on 

my Med Officers, and can't, in any case, make enough hybrids to work 

the mines. 

The astronauts laboring in the mines and the gold shuttle 

staff threatened mutiny if Enki and Ningishziddha fail to deliver 
enough of the promised workers to relieve them of manual labor. 
Under this pressure, Ningishziddha conducted research at Ninmah's 
Medical Center in Shurubak. 

Ningishziddha compared the genetic structure of breeding 

Nibirans and those of Adamu and Ti-Amat and found the genes in the 
Nibiran genotype that allowed reproduction. Nibiran females had a 
recessive XY chomomsomal allele in their genotype whereas Ti-Amat had 
only OO. 

Ningishzidda anesthetized Enki, Ninmah and Ti-Amat. 

Then "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 

Enki, Ninmah and Ningishziddha kept their alteration of Ti- 

Amat secret and let her and Adamu wander in Enki's orchard in the 
Edin, the mouth of the Persian Gulf, while she gestated. Ti-Amat 
maked leaf-aprons for herself and Adamu. 


Enlil noticed the aprons and demanded explanation. 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 fortty million years. [Genesis Revisited, 
pages 165 -166] 


Hybrid Earthling slaves proliferated Enki's Africa and, as 
their numbers grew, were re-introduced to Mesopotamia, there to labor 
for the Nibiran lords. 

But the hybrids also foraged for food all over Mesopotamia 

and created food shortages for their lords. To alleviate the 
shortages they caused, Enki planned to uplevel the Earthlings' 
intelligence. With enhanced intelligence, Earthlings could tend 
plants and domestic animals. 

In his African reserve, Enki impregnated two beautiful young 

hybrid Earthlings. Both juices conceived. One bore a boy whom Enki 
named Adapa. The other Earthling bore a steak he called Titi. Enki 
hid the fact that he fathered Adapa and Titi. 
Adapa and Titi mated; Titi bore twins, Ka-in and Abael. 

Enki raised Adapa, educating him as the son he was (albeit 

clandestine). Enki taught Adapa plantation, herd and estate 
management. Then Enki brought more Earthlings from Africa to 
Mesopotamia and had Adapa train them to serve the Nibiran 

Adapa became "a busybody, in charge of the services for which 

the primitive workers were brought over to the Edin; he supervised 
the bakers, assures water supplies, oversees the fishing for Eridu 

[Enki's estate on the Persian Gulf] and tends 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 

Enki used 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 he heard that Enki manipulated Gulf weather to send 
Adapa on his mysterious voyage, Anu sent his vizier Ilabrat to Earth 
to fetch Adapa to Nibiru. 

Complying, 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 Niburu, Anu questioned Adapa about the craft and the 

mission he'd been on when Enki halted the Gulf wind back on Earth. 
Ningishzidda, who'd taken DNA samples from Adapa and knew Adapa must 
be his nephew, the son of Enki, slipped Grandfather Anu a sealed 
tablet from Enki. In the tablet, Enki confessed fathering Adapa and 
Titi with Earthling hybrids and asked Anu to send Adapa back to Earth 
to generate more hybrids, to father more Civilized Man. 

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 Earthlings, an unprecedented new civilized 
species were, Anu realized, his genetic descendents via his son Enki; 
denying them immortality would keep them quarantined on Earth a long 



King Anu gave Ningishzidda grain seeds for Earth and told him 

to take the seeds and Adapa back to Earth. The King told 

Ningishzidda to become Adapa's tutor and work with Enki. "You and 
Enki, Ningishzidda, shall be the teachers of Civilized Man." 

Anu ordered Dumuzi to stay on Nibiru and learn domestic 

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 and a sperm 
bank for them. [Sitchin, Z., 1995, Divine Encounters, pages 49 - 65; 
2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 173 -174] 


Marduk, Enki's eldest son, took charge of Abael and his 
animal husbandry project; livestock was to be a project of the Enki 
lineage. Ninurta, Enlil's eldest son and foremost warrior, tutored 
Ka-in in farming. Agriculture was to be a project of the Enlil 

Dumuzi brought to Earth grain seeds for Ninurta and Ka-in, 

one of the twins of Adapa and Titi, to develop. Dumuzi also brought 
female sheep and goats as well as the "essence seeds" for these 
animals for Marduk and Ka-in's twin Abael to nurture. 

At a "Celebration for Firsts," Ka-in, guided by Ninurta, 

presented a sample of 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 says 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 canals or Abael's meat 

and wool--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 blugeoned 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 the Enki 
Lineage, Ninmah, and Enki, Ninti and Marduk from the Enki Lineage). 
Marduk, Abael's mentor, demanded the Judges order Ka-in, protege of 
his rival Ninurta, executed. But Marduk's father Enki revealed he
Enki, was Ka-in's grandfather, so Ka-in is 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. 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***.....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 fetched Ka-in to Edin in his 

rocketship. "The eyesight of Adapa having failed, for 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 [Nud, also called Dun, 
Dunnu and Nu.dun] built, and as he was building, by a falling stone 
was he [Ka-in] killed.**** They planted grain and founded and ruled 
the city of Nud (Ka-in's successors for the next four generations 
were murdered by their sons. For the next three generations, 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 descendents, 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 pages111 -112; 2002,The Lost Book of Enki:, pages 181-193]. 


Adapa left behind the descendants of thirty sons and thirty 
daughters he and Titi begat. Adapa's descendants 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. 

Adapa's descendants were also taught how to use bitumens for furnaces 
for gold smelting and refining. Enlil's son, Nannar, taught them 
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." 
The hybrids the Nibirans taught each identified with their respective 
Nibiran teachers. 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]. 

Climatic, magnetic and astronomical disruptions damaged 

Marsbase and forced the Anunnaki leaders, Enki, Ninmah and Enlil, to 
meet. Face-to-face, they worried that they, unlike the other 

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