The Creation of a Slave … Species, Pt 3.   Posted by Elliot Sabino IS09984O3IS09984OT

This brings us to the story of the #Garden #of #Eden. The story of Adam and Eve in the Garden is that two people learning of a `knowing`.  In the Old Testament `to know` continually refers to the act of sexual intercourse by a man and woman for the purpose of producing offspring (Sitchin 1976: 368). Yet, man was a hybrid species up to this point and, as such, could not reproduce himself. `Like a mule (a cross between a mare and a donkey), such mammal hybrids are sterile` (Sitchin 1976: 368). It seems that a point had arrived whereby man/woman were capable, biologically, of reproducing themselves and the deity(s) were not cool about man knowing this. Figure 157 of The Twelfth Planet would appear to be strong evidence, when weighed with all other evidence that is beyond the scope of this book, that homo sapiens were a cloned species.

Our curiosity is aroused by a scene depicted on a rock carving found in the mountains of southern #Elam. It depicts a seated deity holding a “laboratory” flask from which liquids are flowing – a familiar depiction of #Enki. A great  goddess is seated next to him, a pose that indicates that she was a co-worker rather than a spouse; she could be none other than Ninti, the Mother  goddess, or  goddess of Birth. The two are flanked by lesser goddesses – reminiscent of the birth goddesses of the Creation tales. Facing these creators of Man are row upon row of human beings, whose outstanding feature is that they all look alike – like products from the same mould (Sitchin 1976: 369).

One witness, from whom we`ll hear segments of testimony during this work, stated in an interview with Kerry Cassidy, at the May 2013 Super Soldier Summit that “[the] Rothschild [family] …. We all have the same ET DNA. They`re all interbred, Rockefellers/Rothschilds.” And that she downloaded this information from “… soul/source memories, I knew that my #DNA would tell me the story, from meditation” (Erin Rothschild cited in Cassidy 2013).

It is widely known today, thanks to the exploitations of those like #Cecil #Rhodes, that #South #Africa is likely the richest country in natural resources on the Planet. Narsagonan echoes this, citing that Australia is second only to South Africa (Narsagonan, cited in Icke 2010: 663). It would appear; however, that the wealth of South Africa has been known for, surely, well more than a million years, for South Africa – once the Annunaki had established themselves in the oil rich areas of ancient Babylon and created a species of slave-labour – is where they headed. Remembering that gold was one of the main prizes for the atmospheric problem on Nibiru, we could assume that this was at least partially the reason for establishing a slave colony in South Africa; but we don`t need to. The Sumerians documented it for us, and Mr Sitchen and his colleagues worked tirelessly to uncover it for us.

Many cylinder seals have been found in The Cradle of Civilization depicting animals and jungle scenes not familiar with that region of the world, like the zebra and the ostrich, and certain of these contain the story of AB.ZU ` … which scholars have accepted to mean “watery deep” [but this] requires a fresh and critical analysis. Literally the term meant “primeval deep source” – not necessarily of water` (Sitchin 1976: 317). However, `… either of two syllables of any word could precede the other without changing the word`s meaning …` so that ` … ZU.AB meant the same thing` (ibid 1976: 317). `The latter spelling of the Sumerian term enables identification of its parallel in the Semitic languages … for za-ab has always meant and still means “precious metal,” specifically “gold,” in its Hebrew and sister languages` (ibid 1976: 318).  As outlined by Mr #Sitchin `Ea was not the lord of an indefinite “watery deep,” but the god in charge of the exploitation of #Earth`s #minerals` (1976: 318). Transform_to_Freedom_copy_copy-2


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