Marduk and Sarpanit of Babylon


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colonists who rotated from Nibiru, were aging. Enki observed "Old on 

Earth we became, but those on Earth born are even older sooner." 

To deal with the celestial crisis, the leaders sent Ninurta, 

the son of Enlil and Ninmah "to the Land Beyond the Seas [Andes?] 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. They 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 partially-Earthling son, Adapa). Marduk's 
mother, Ninti, 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 nonexixtent. 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, Enlil beamed Anu on Nibiru stop Marduk and Sarpanit 

from marrying. 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. But Enlil also ordered that Marduk and Sarpnit, after their 
wedding would be banished to his own domain, Egypt, within Enki's 

sphere of influence (Abzu/Africa). "A great multitude of Civilized 

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] , using 
Marduk's wedding as an opportunity to assemble as part of their plan 
to capture brides of their own. 



200 Igigi-- astronauts-- occupied the landing platform in 

Lebanon (the Cedar Mountains), then flew to Edin and mix with the 
crowd of Adapa's descendants and Nibiran colonists at Marduk's 
wedding. After the ceremony, each astronaut seized one Earthling 
maiden. They took the 200 juices 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" 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 the Western Hemisphere, where 
Ninurta taught them tin and gold mining, smelting and refining. 
[Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 203] 


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 they threatened Lu-Mach. Enki 
sent Lu-March 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." 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 
his father?" Batanash swore "None of the Igigi is the boy's father." 
Lu-Mach's father Matushal assured him Ziusudra was destined to help 
Earhlings survive the Ice Age Earth was entering. 

While Ninmah loved and cared for Ziusudra and Enki taught him to read 

Adapa's writings, 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 and 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 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 juices 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 

and Ninmah's tutilage, sent Ziusudra to Enki for help. Enki 
suggested the Earthlings protest Enlil's anti-Earthling policy and 
boycott worship of and service to their Nibiran lords, but said he 
couldn't openly ignore Enlil's order and help the Earthlings. 

Covertly, however, Enki fed Earthlings from his corn stores, 

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. 
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, 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. 


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 [Sitchin, Z., 
2002, The Lost Book of Enki: 208]. 

"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,'" he 

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 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 

"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 was still reluctant 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. "On Earth shall Enki, Ninmah, and I--as well 
as our sons, daughters and their descendants--will orbit Earth till 
the Earthlings drown and the waters recede.". 

In preparation for the flood, 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: 


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 conceal news of the deluge 
to come from the Earthlings who, he ruled, must drown. He warned 
astronauts with Adapite wives and descendants to flee to the peaks 
above the flood. "Colonists will repatriate to Nibiru while Enki, 
Ninmah and your Commander, I Enlil, our kids and grandchildren will 

orbit till the Earthlings are exterminated in the waters." 

Enki dreamed Galzu said "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, 

much to his amazement, 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's was not 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 

"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, 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, at the Earth's bottom, 

off its foundation, the [Antarctic] icesheet slipped. By Nibiru's 
netforce it was pulled into the south sea. A tidal wave arose, 
northward spreading. The boat of Ziusudra 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, Ningal raised sail and steered to Mt Arrata, 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 said." Enki, 
joined by Ninmah and Ninurta, revealed his dream vision. He told 
Enlil of the instructions and tablet Galzu gave him. 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]. 

* 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; 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 Ea's tale, is the 
source-with all Ea's slants--of most of the account in Bred to Slave.

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