The Creation of a Slave … “Species”, Pt 2.  Elliot Sabino, April 9th, 2015 Artwork of the primordial Earth

There is a planet that orbits outside of our solar system, but that reenters it, every 3,600 years. This planet was named by the #Sumerians as #Marduk, Mr Sitchen called it #Nibiru from the Sumerian tablets. Nibiru was/is inhabited by the Nephilim and is the 12th Planet of our solar system, (including our sun & moon) hence, the title of Mr. Sitchen`s first book from The Earth Chronicles. Each planet of our solar system is a celestial  god, according to the `#Babylonian #Epic of #Creation` and two  gods were first sent to the `#Cradle #of #Civilization` (modern day Iraq) to conquer because Nibiru`s planetary atmosphere was losing `internally generated heat … brought about by natural causes and nuclear wars` (Sitchin 2011:para.72). `The Nephilim, it appears, came to Earth for gold and its related metals` (Sitchin 1976: 326). ` Gold was needed to protect the `… planet thermally by creating a shield of particles in its upper atmosphere`(Sitchin 2011:para.72). `And the possibility should not be ruled out that they came to Earth searching for radioactive minerals such as plutonium and cobalt` (Sitchin 1976: 326).

Two sons, #Enlil and #Enki of the king of Nibiru, #Anu and his wife #Ninhersag, were first sent to Earth on a reconnaissance mission. Enlil ` … was Anu`s eldest son … and his name meant …  ‘lord of the airspace” [and he was] – the prototype of the later “Storm  gods” that were to head the pantheons of the ancient world` (Sitchin 1976: 95). `Enlil, according to Sumerian beliefs, arrived on Earth well before Earth became settled and civilized` (Sitchin 1976: 95). The Annunaki, however, are described in the ancient texts ` … as the rank and file gods who had been involved in the settlement of Earth – the gods who “performed the tasks”` (Sitchin 1976: 327). Incidentally, if you are, dear reader, familiar with English [editions] of the bible this may interest you; from ` … the Epic of Creation  … the ways of Earth to define from the Heavens  and on Earth` (Sitchin 1976: 327).

So, what has all this to do with slavery and the creation of modern man? Well,  `… The seven Great #Annunaki were making the lesser gods suffer the work` (Sitchin 1976: 332). `When the god like men bore the work and suffered the toil – the toil of the gods was great, the work was heavy, the distress was much` (Sitchin 1976: 330). Circa 1,100,000 years ago `the first primitive Man appeared; he was called Neanderthal after the site where his remains were first found` (Sitchin 2011:para.2).

What was it that after … millions of years of painfully slow human development in a one-two-three punch-circa 11,000-7400-3800 B.C.-transformed primitive nomadic hunters and food gatherers into farmers and pottery makers, and then into builders of cities, engineers, mathematicians, astronomers, metallurgists, merchants, musicians, judges, doctors, authors, librarians, and priests (Sitchin 2011:para.52)?

Today, cloning is a readily accepted reality; with ongoing debates over safety, ethics, and as to whether the human being could/should be cloned for a variety of reasons. But to answer the above question; ` the process that Ea [the chief Annunaki scientist] recommended in order to achieve a quick evolutionary advancement … was, we believe, genetic manipulation` (Sitchin 1976: 344).  The lesser Annunaki gods had had enough of the slavery. `… 144,000 Earth years, after their landing, the Annunaki protested. “No more!”` (Sitchin 1976: 340). So it was decided to create a species to take over the slave labour of the Annunaki. `The scholars have no explanation. But we do. The Sumerian and Babylonian texts do. The Old Testament does` (Sitchin 1976: 340).

`The Homonid of the genus Homo is a product of evolution. But Homo sapiens is the product of some sudden, revolutionary, event. He appeared inexplicably some 300,000 years ago, millions of years too soon` (Sitchin 1976: 340). A mutiny by the Annunaki was, apparently, the catalyst to the creation of the human being, Homo sapiens, in the same form we exist today.

To take a quantum leap from here, in an endeavour to illustrate something further to you, dear reader, is the story of  the Tower of Babel as it is told by the ancient Sumerians.  We`ll focus on this story for three main reasons. It outlines how easily mistranslations can occur; bringing into question much of what is recorded in the Old Testament; it is in fact a detailed description and without doubt, the first recorded UFO sightings; and, additionally, it corrects the probable mistranslation, and indeed the metaphor, of the story of Adam and the tree of forbidden fruit. `The book of Genesis, in its eleventh chapter, reports on the attempts by humans to raise up a shem (Sitchin 1976: 148). Some interesting facts about the noun “shem” are argued by Mr Sitchin as first acknowledged by G.M. Redslob.

`The persistence of biblical translators to employ the “name” wherever they encounter shem has ignored a farsighted study published more than a century ago by G.M. Redslob  … in which he correctly pointed out that the term shem and the term shamaim (“heaven”) stem from the root word shamah, [all original emphasis] meaning “that which is highward”` (Sitchin 1976: 148). Why would “the gods”, plural of course, be concerned with man making a name for himself? `The realization that … shem … should not be read as “name” but as sky vehicle” opens the way to the true meaning … including the biblical story of the Tower of Babel` (Sitchin 1976: 148). So, what is this really all about?

According to the Sumerian Epic, Mr Sitchin has found that “man” was attempting to build a craft so that he (we), too could travel across the lands and, perhaps, across the galaxy. `Mankind, presumably did not possess, at that time, the technology for such an aerospace project` (Sitchin 1976: 151). And why would it anger the gods so much that man was attempting to emulate them in building a craft of this nature? `The flying machines were meant for the gods and not for mankind` (Sitchin 1976: 151). By way of supporting evidence that the gods were so angered that man should acquire such knowledge and moreover, be prevented from doing so, the gods decided, `Come let us go down, and there confound their language; so that they may not understand each other`s speech` (Sitchin 1976: 149). IS099KF7ZTransform_to_Freedom_copy_copy-2


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