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Friday, December 24, 2010

Real History of Mankind from Sumerian Tablets "Clay tablets of Enki". the Earth Chronicles.

Did you know that most of the bibles events are from Ancient Sumerian clay tablets and biblical scholars will agree.

Here is events of Mankind .These are translated from 5000 year old clay tablets.

The oldest written record of Man.,and these words are true.
Humans  have  not been able to Confuse the words,when its never been rewritten . 
Like how words change and new meaning over time, example look at each version of the bible. From Old to new and the many others within the middle.

This translation is from Oxford University and Oriential Ins at chicago.
They have the greatest translation depts in the world.And its a collectiveness, meaning many contribute not just the perspective of Mr Zecharia Sitchin.

Click and expand to see timeline.

Events Before the Deluge

Years Ago:

450,000 on Nibiru, a distant member of our solar system, life faces slow extinction as the planet's atmosphere erodes. Deposed by Anu, the ruler Aralu escapes in a spaceship and finds refuge on Earth. He discovers that Earth has gold that can be used to protect Nibiru's atmosphere.

445,000 Led by Enki, a son of Anu, the Anunnaki land on Earth, establish Eridu -Earth Station I, for extracting gold from the waters of the Persian Gulf.

430,000 Earth's climate mellows. More Anunnaki arrive on Earth, among them Enki's half-sister Ninhursag, Chief Medical Officer.

416,000 As gold production falters, Anu arrives on Earth with Enlil, the heir apparent. It is decided to obtain the vital gold by mining it in southern Africa. Drawing lots, Enlil wins command of Earth Mission; Enki is relegated to Africa. On departing Earth, Anu is challenged by Allah¹s grandson.

400,000 Seven functional settlements in southern Mesopotamia include a Spaceport (Sippar), Mission Control Center (Nippur), a metallurgical center (Shuruppak). The ores arrive by ships from Africa; the refined metal is sent aloft to orbiters manned by Igigi, then transferred to spaceships arriving periodically from Nibiru.

380,000 Gaining the support of the Igigi, Alalu's grandson attempts to seize mastery over Earth. The Enlilites win the War of the Olden Gods.

300,000 The Anunnaki toiling in the gold mines mutiny. Enki and Ninhursag create Primitive Workers through genetic manipulation of Ape woman; they take over the manual chores of the Anunnaki. Enlil raids the mines, brings the Primitive Workers to the Edin in Mesopotamia. Given the ability to procreate, Homo Sapiens begin to multiply.

200,000 Life on Earth regresses during a new glacial period.

100,000 Climate warms again. The Anunnaki (the biblical Nefilim), to Enlil's growing annoyance marry the daughters of Man.

75,000 The "accusation of Earth", a new Ice Age-begins. Regressive types of Man roam the Earth . Cro-Magnon man survives.

49,000 Enki and Ninhursag elevate humans of Anunnaki parentage to rule in Shuruppak. Enlil, enraged. plots Mankind's demise.

13,000 Realizing that the passage of Nibiru in Earth's proximity will trigger an immense tidal wave, Enlil makes the Anunnaki swear to keep the impending calamity a secret from Mankind.

Events After the Deluge

11,000 Enki breaks the oath, instructs Ziusudra/Noah to build a submersible ship. The Deluge sweeps over the Earth; the Anunnaki witness the total destruction from their orbiting spacecraft.

Enlil agrees to grant the remnants of Mankind implements and seeds; agriculture begins in the highlands. Enki domesticates animals.

10,500 The descendants of Noah are allotted three regions. Ninurta, Enlil's foremost son, dams the mountains and drains the rivers to make Mesopotamia habitable; Enki reclaims the Nile valley. The Sinai peninsula is retained by the Anunnaki for a post-Diluvial spaceport; a control center is established on Mount Moriah (the future Jerusalem).

9780 Ra/Marduk, Enki's firstborn son, divides dominion over Egypt between Osiris and Seth.

9330 Seth seizes and dismembers Osiris, assumes sole rule over the Nile Valley.

8970 Horus avenges his father Osiris by launching the First Pyramid War. Seth escapes to Asia, seizes the Sinai peninsula and Canaan.

8670 Opposed to the resulting control of all the space facilities by Enki's descendants, the Enlilites launch the Second Pyramid War. The victorious Ninurta empties the Great Pyramid of its equipment.

Ninhursag, half-sister of Enki and Enlil, convenes peace conference. The division of Earth is reaffirmed. Rule over Egypt transferred from the Ra/Marduk dynasty to that of Thoth. Heliopolis built as a substitute Beacon City.

8500 The Anunnaki establish outposts at the gateway to the space facilities; Jericho is one of them.

7400 As the era of peace continues, the Anunnaki grant Mankind new advances; the Neolithic period begins. Demi-gods rule over Egypt.

3800 Urban civilization begins in Sumer as the Anunnaki reestablish there the Olden Cities, beginning with Eridu and Nippur.

Anu comes to Earth for a pageantful visit. A new city, Uruk (Erech), is built in his honor; he makes its temple the abode of his beloved granddaughter Inanna/lshtar.

Kingship on Earth
3760 Mankind granted kingship. Kish is first capital under the aegis of Ninurta. A calendar came into use at Nippur. Civilization blossoms out in Sumer (the First Region).

3450 Primacy in Sumer transferred to Nannar/Sin. Marduk proclaims Babylon "Gateway of the Gods." The "Tower of Babel" incident. The Anunnaki confuse Mankind's languages.

His coup frustrated, Marduk/Ra returns to Egypt, deposes Thoth, seizes his younger brother Dumuzi who had betrothed Inanna. Dumuzi accidentally killed; Marduk imprisoned alive in the Great Pyramid. Freed through an emergency shaft, he goes into exile.

3100, 350 years of chaos ends with installation of first Egyptian Pharaoh in Memphis. Civilization comes to the Second Region.

2900 Kingship in Sumer transferred to Erech. Inanna given dominion over the Third Region; the Indus Valley Civilization begins.

2650 Sumer's royal capital shifts about. Kingship deteriorates. Enlil loses patience with the unruly human multitudes.

2371 Inanna falls in love with Sharru-Kin (Sargon). He establishes new capital city. Agade (Akkad). Akkadian empire launched.

2316 Aiming to rule the four regions, Sargon removes sacred soil from Babylon. The Marduk-Inanna conflict flares up again. It ends when Nergal, Marduk's brother, journeys from south Africa to Babylon and persuades Marduk to leave Mesopotamia.

2291 Naram-Sin ascends the throne of Akkad. Directed by the warlike Inanna, he penetrates the Sinai peninsula, invades Egypt.

2255 Inanna usurps the power in Mesopotamia; Naram-Sin defies Nippur. The Great Anunnaki obliterate Agade. Inanna escapes. Sumer and Akkad occupied by foreign troops loyal to Enlil and Ninurta.

2220 Sumerian civilization rises to new heights under enlightened rulers of Lagash. Thoth helps its king Gudea build a ziggurat-temple for Ninurta.

2193 Terah, Abraham's father, born in Nippur into a priestly-royal family.

2180 Egypt divided; followers of Ra/Marduk retain the south; Pharaohs opposed to him gain the throne of lower Egypt.

2130 As Enlil and Ninurta are increasingly away, central authority also deteriorates in Mesopotamia. Inanna's attempts to regain the kingship for Erech does not last.

The Fateful Century
B.C. continued ...

2123 Abraham born in Nippur.

2113 Enlil entrusts the Lands of Shem to Nannar; Ur declared capital of new empire. Ur- Nammu ascends throne, is named Protector of Nippur. A Nippurian priest-Terah, Abraham's father, comes to Ur to liaison with its royal court.

2096 Ur-Nammu dies in battle. The people consider his untimely death a betrayal by Anu and Enlil. Terah departs with his family for Harran.

2095 Shulgi ascends the throne of Ur, strengthens imperial ties. As empire thrives, Shulgi falls under charms of Inanna, becomes her lover. Grants Larsa to Elamites in exchange for serving as his Foreign Legion.

2080 Theban princes loyal to Ra/Marduk press northward under Mentuhotep I. Nabu, Marduk's son, gains adherents for his father in Western Asia.

2055 On Nannar's orders, Shulgi sends Elamite troops to suppress unrest in Canaanite cities. Elamites reach the gateway to the Sinai peninsula and its Spaceport.

2048 Shulgi dies. Marduk moves to the Land of the Hittites. Abraham ordered to southern Canaan with an elite corps of cavalrymen.

2047 Amar-Sin (the biblical Amraphel) becomes king of Ur. Abraham goes to Egypt, stays five years, then returns with more troops.

2041 Guided by Inanna, Amar-Sin forms a coalition of Kings of the East, launches military expedition to Canaan and the Sinai. Its leader is the Elamite Khedor-la'omer. Abraham blocks the advance at the gateway to the Spaceport.

2038 Shu-Sin replaces Amar-Sin on throne of Ur as the empire disintegrates.

2029 Ibbi-Sin replaces Shu-Sin. The western provinces increasingly to Marduk.

2024 Leading his followers, Marduk marches on Sumer, enthrones himself in Babylon. Fighting spreads to central Mesopotamia. Nippur's Holy of Holies is defiled. Enlil demands punishment for Marduk and Nabu; Enki opposes, but his son Nergal sides with Enlil.

As Nabu marshals his Canaanite followers to capture the Spaceport, the Great Anunnaki approve of the use of nuclear weapons. Nergal and Ninurta destroy the Spaceport and the errant Canaanite cities.

2023 The winds carry the radioactive cloud to Sumer. People die a terrible death, animals perish, the water is poisoned, the soil becomes barren. Sumer and its great civilization lie prostrate. Its legacy passes to Abraham's seed as he begets -at age 100- a legitimate heir: Isaac.

Our true history.

Here is some links for Reference -

Oxford University 0 ETCSL HomePage.

And here is the Specific Page Sumerian

Newly added the whole translation of the Sumerian Clay tablets of Eniki

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Part 6

Abael: The biblical Abel, killed by his brother Ka-in
Abgal: Spacecraft pilot; first commander of the Landing Place
Abzu: Enki's gold-mining domain in southeast Africa
Adab: Ninharsag's post-Diluvial city in Sumer
Adad: Akkadian name of Ishkur, Enlil's youngest son
Adamu: The first successfully genetically engineered Primitive Worker, The Adam
Adapa: Son of Enki by an Earthling female, first Civilized Man; the biblical Adam
Agade: First postwar capital of Nibiru; unified capital of Sumer and Akkad
Akkad: The northern lands added to Sumer under Sargon I Akkadian: The mother tongue
of ail Semitic languages
Alalgar: Spacecraft pilot; second commander of Eridu
Alalu: The deposed king of Nibiru who escaped to Earth and discovered gold; died on
Mars; his image was carved on a rock that was his tomb
Alam: San of Anshargal by a concubine
Amun: Egyptian name for the exiled god Ra
An: First unity king an Nibiru; name of the planet we call Uranus
Anak: The metal tin
Anib: Royal title of lb, a successor on Nibiru's throne
Anki: Firstborn son of An on Nibiru
Annu: Sacred city in Egypt, the biblical On, Heliopolis in Greek
Anshar: The fifth ruler on Nibiru of the unified dynasty; the planet we call Saturn
Anshargal: The fourth ruler on Nibiru of the unified dynasty
Antu: Spouse of An; spouse of Anu; early name of the planet we call Neptune
Anu: Nibiru's ruler when the Anunnaki came to Earth; also, the planet called Uranus
Anunitu: Endearment name for the goddess Inanna
Anunnaki: "Those Who from Heaven to Earth Came" (from Nibiru to Earth)
Anzu: Spacecraft pilot; first commander of the way station on Mars
Apsu: Primordial progenitor of the solar system, the Sun
Aratta: A domain granted to Inanna, part of the Third Region
Arbakad: The biblical Arpakhshad (one of Shem's sons)
Arrata: The land and mountains of Ararat
Asar: The Egyptian god called Osiris
Asta: The Egyptian goddess called Isis, sister-wife of Asar
Awan: Sister-wife of Ka-in (the biblical Cain)
Aya: Spouse of Utu (the god called Shamash in Akkadian)
Azura: Spouse of Sati, mother of Enshi (the biblical Enosh)
Bab-Ili: "Gateway of the gods"; Babylon, Marduk's city in Mesopotamia
Bad-Tibira: Ninurta's city of smelting and refining gold
Banda: Heroic ruler of Uruk (biblical Erech), father of Gilgamesh
Baraka: Spouse of Irid (the biblical Jared)
Batanash: Spouse of Lu-Mach (biblical Lamech), mother of the hero of the Deluge
Bau: Spouse of Ninurta, a healer
Beacon peaks: The two Great Pyramids of Giza; afterward, Mount Mashu in the Sinai
Ben-Ben: Conical upper part of Ra's celestial boat
Black-headed people: The Sumerian people
Black land: The African domain of the god Dumuzi
Black skybird: The aerial vehicle of Ninurta
Boat of heaven: Aerial vehicle of various gods and goddesses
Bond Heaven-Earth: The complex instruments in Mission Control Center Branch of life
essence: DNA-holding chromosome Bull of Heaven: Enlil's guardian of the Landing
Place, symbol of his constellation
Burannu: The river Euphrates
Cedar forest: Location of the Landing Place (in present-day Lebanon)
Cedar Mountains: Location of Enlil's abode in the cedar forest
Celestial barque: Egyptian term for a god's spacecraft
Celestial Battle: The primordial collision between Nibiru and Tiamat
Celestial chariots: Interplanetary spacecraft
Celestial portions: The 7z-year period for 1 ° zodiacal shift due to Precession
Celestial stations: The twelve houses of the zodiacal constellations
Celestial Time: Time measured by the precessional shifts of zodiacal constellations
Chariots' place: Spaceport
Circuit: Orbit of a planet around the Sun
Civilized Man: Homo sapiens-sapiens, of which Adapa was the first one
Count of Earth years: The count of years since Anu's visit to Earth, the Nippur calendar
begun in 3760 B.C.
Creation Chamber: Genetic engineering and domestication facility on the Cedar
Creator of All: The universal, cosmic God
Damkina: Spouse of Enki, renamed Ninki; daughter of Alalu
Dark-hued land: Africa
Dauru: Spouse of the Nibiruan king Du-Uru
Dawn and Dusk: Earthling females impregnated by Enki, mothers of Adapa and Titi
Deluge: The Great Flood
Destiny: Predetermined course (of events, of orbit) that is unchangeable
Duat: Egyptian name for the restricted zone of the spaceport in the Sinai
Dudu: Endearment name for the god Adad (Ishkur), Enlil's youngest son, Inanna's uncle
Dumuzi: Enki's youngest son, in charge of shepherding in his Egyptian domain
Dunna: Spouse of Malalu, mother of Irid (the biblical Mahalalel and Jared)
Duttur: Concubine of Enki, Dumuzi's mother
Du-Uru (Duuru): Seventh ruler on Nibiru
E-A: "Whose home is water," the prototype Aquarius; firstborn son of Anu, half brother
of Enlil; leader of the first group of Anunnaki to arrive on Earth; the fashioner of
Mankind and its savior from the Deluge; given the epithets Nudimmud ("the Fashioner"),
Ptah ("the Developer" in Egypt), Enki ("Lord Earth"); father of Marduk
Eanna: The seven-staged temple of Anu in Uruk, given by him as a present to Inanna
East Wind: A satellite (moon) of Nibiru
Edin: Location of the Anunnaki's first settlements, the biblical Eden, in southern
Mesopotamia; later the area of Shumer
Edinni: Spouse of Enkime, mother of Matushal (the biblical Enoch and Methuselah)
Ednat: Spouse of Matushal, mother of Lumach (the biblical Lamech)
Ekur: The tall structure in the pre-Diluvial Mission Control Center; the Great Pyramid (of
Giza) after the Deluge
Emitter: Instrument used together with Pulser to revive Inanna
Emush: Snake-infested desert where Dumuzi sought to hide
Emzara: Spouse of Ziusudra (the biblical Noah) and mother of his three sons
Enbilulu: A lieutenant of Ea with the first landing party
Endubsar: The scribe to whom Enki dictated his memoir
Engur: A lieutenant of Ea with the first landing party
Enki: Ea's epithet-title after the division of duties and powers between him and his half
brother and rival Enlil; father of Marduk by his spouse Damkina; failed to have a son by
his half sister Ninmah, but fathered five other sons by concubines and also children by
Earthling females
Enkidu: Artificially created companion of Gilgamesh
Enkimdu: A lieutenant of Ea with the first landing party
Enkime: Taken heavenward and granted much knowledge; the biblical Enoch; father of
Sarpanit, Marduk's spouse
Eninnu: The temple-abode of Ninurta in the sacred precinct of Lagash
Enlil: Son of Anu and his sister-spouse Antu and thus the Foremost Son entitled to the
succession to Nibiru's throne ahead of the firstborn Ea; military commander and
administrator, sent to Earth to organize wide-scale gold-obtainment operations; father of
Ninurta by his half sister Ninmah, and of Nannar and lshkur by his spouse Ninlil;
opposed the fashioning of the Earthlings, sought Mankind's demise by the Deluge;
authorized the use of nuclear weapons against Marduk
Enmerkar: Heroic ruler of Unug-ki (Uruk), grandfather of Gilgamesh
Ennugi: Commander of the Anunnaki assigned to the gold mines in the Abzu
Enshar: Sixth dynastic ruler on Nibiru; named the planets embraced by Nibiru's orbit
Enshi: The biblical Enosh, the first to be taught rites and worship
Enursag: A lieutenant of Ea with the first landing party
Enuru: Third son of An and Antu and father of Nibiru's ruler Anu
Ereshkigal: Granddaughter of Enlil, mistress of the Lower World (southern Africa);
spouse of Nergal; sister of Inanna
Eridu: The first settlement on Earth, established by Ea; his everlasting center and abode
in Shumer
Erra: Epithet of Nergal after the nuclear holocaust, meaning the Annihilator
Esagil: Temple of Marduk in Babylon
Essence of life: The genetically encoded DNA
Etana: A king of Uruk who was carried heavenward but was too afraid to continue
Evil serpent: Derogatory epithet for Marduk by his enemies
Evil Wind: The death-bearing nuclear cloud drifting eastward toward Shumer
Fate: A course of events that is subject to free choice and is alterable
Father of All Beginning: The universal Creator oGug Stone: Beam emitting crystal, transferred from the Great Pyramid to Mount Mashu
Guru: A lieutenant of Ea at the first landing
Ham: Second son of the hero of the Deluge, brother of Shem and Japhet
Hammered Bracelet: The Asteroid Belt; also called the Firmament
Hapi: The ancient Egyptian name for the Nile River
Harran: City in northwestern Mesopotamia (now in Turkey) that served as a twin city of
Ur; sojourn place of Abraham; staging place of Marduk for usurpation of supremacy on
Heavenly Bright Object: A secret divine device enshrining the site of kingship
Hem-Ta: Egyptian name for ancient Egypt
Horon; The Egyptian god now called Horus
House of Fashioning: Genetic laboratory in the cedar forest for crops and livestock
House of Healing: The medical-biological facilities of Ninmah in Shurubak
House of Life: The biogenetic facilities of Enki in the Abzu
Hurum: A mountain where the hero Banda died and came back to life
lb: Third dynastic king on Nibiru, given the royal title An-lb
Ibru: Grandson of Arbakad, the biblical Eber (forebear of Abraham)
Ibru-Um (Ibruurn): Scion of a priestly royal family from Nippur and Ur, the biblical
Igigi: The three hundred Anunnaki assigned to shuttlecraft and the way station on Mars;
abducted female Earthlings as wives; frequent rebels
Ilabrat: A vizier and emissary of Anu; fetched Adapa for the journey to Nibiru
Imperishable Star: The Egyptian name for the planet from which Ra had come to Earth
Inanna: Daughter of Nannar and Ningal, twin sister of Utu; was betrothed to Dumuzi;
ferocious in war, lusty in lovemaking; mistress of Uruk and of the Third Region; known
as Ishtar in Akkadian; associated with the planet we call Venus
Inbu: A fruit brought from Nibiru to Earth, source of the Anunnaki's elixir
Irid: The biblical Jared; father of Enkime (the biblical Enoch)
Ishkur: Youngest son of Enlil by his spouse Ninlil, the Akkadian god Adad
Ishtar: The Akkadian name for the goddess Inanna
Ishum: Epithet given to Ninurta after the nuclear holocaust, meaning "the Scorcher"
Isimud: Housemaster and vizier of Enki
Ka-in: The biblical Cain, who killed his brother Abael (Abel) and was banished
Kalkal: Gatekeeper of Enlil's residence in the Abzu
Ki: "Firm Ground," the planet Earth
Ki-Engi: Shumer ("Land of Lofty Watchers"), the First Region of civilization
Kingu: Tiamat's principal satellite; Earth's Moon after the Celestial Battle
Kishar: Spouse of Nibiru's fifth ruler; the planet we call Jupiter Kishargal: Spouse of
Nibiru's fourth ruler
Kishi: The First City of Men in Shumer where kingship began
Kulla: A lieutenant of Ea during the first landing
Kunin: The biblical Kenan, son of Enshi and Noam
Laarsa: One of the Anunnaki's pre-Diluvial cities; reestablished after the Deluge
Lagash: Built the same time as Laarsa, both to serve as Beacon Cities; after the Deluge,
reestablished as Ninurta's principal city
Lahama: Spouse of Lahma
Lahamu: The planet we call Venus
Lahma: The eighth dynastic king on Nibiru
Lahmu: The planet we call Mars
Land Beyond the Seas: The Americas; settled by Ka-in's descendants, overseen by
Land of the Two Narrows: The lands along the Nile River
Landing Place: The platform for skyships and rocketships in the Cedar Mountains
Law of the Seed: The rule giving succession precedence to a son by a half sister
Life seed: DNA extracted from semen
Lower Abzu: The southern tip of Africa, domain of Nergal and Ereshkigal
Lower Sea: The body of water now called the Persian Gulf
Lower World: The southern hemisphere, including southern Africa and Antarctica
Lugal: Literally, "Great Man"; epithet for a chosen king
Lulu: The genetically engineered hybrid, the Primitive Worker
Lu-Mach: Son of Matushal and Ednat, the biblical Lamech Magan: Ancient Egypt
Malalu: Son of Kunin and Mualit, the biblical Mahalalel
Marduk: Firstborn son and legal heir of Enki and Damkina; worshiped as Ka in
325Egypt; jealous of his brothers, unsatisfied with Egypt alone as his domain, claimed and
after exiles and wars attained supremacy on Earth from his city Babylon
Matushal: Son of Enkime and Edinni, the biblical Methuselah
ME: Tiny objects encoded with formulas for all aspects of science and civilization
Meluhha: Ancient Nubia
Mena: The king whose reign began the First Dynasty of Egyptian Pharaohs
Mena-Nefer: Egypt's first capital, Memphis
Mission Control Center: In Nibru-ki (Nippur) before the Deluge, on Mount Moriah after
the Deluge
Mount Mashu: The instrument-equipped mount at the post-Diluvial Sinai spaceport
Mount of Salvation: The peaks of Ararat, where the ark rested after the Deluge
Mount of Showing the Way: Mount Moriah, site of post-Diluvial Mission Control Center
Mualit: Spouse of Kunin, mother of Malalu
Musardu: One of seven birth mothers of the first Earthlings
Mushdammu: A lieutenant of Ea at the first landing
Nabu: Son of Marduk and Sarpanit; organized human followers of Marduk
Namtar: "Fate"; Vizier of Ereshkigal in her Lower World domain
Nannar: Son of Enlil and Ninlil, the first Anunnaki leader to be born on Earth; patron god
of Urim (Ur) and Harran; associated with the Moon; known as Sin in Akkadian; father of
Utu and Inanna
Naram-Sin: Grandson of Sargon and a successor of his as King of Shumer and Akkad
Navel of the Earth: Epithet for the location of Mission Control Center
Nebat: Sister-wife of the Egyptian god Satu, the one we call Nephtys
Nergal: A son of Enki, ruler of the Lower Abzu with his spouse Ereshkigal; unleashed the
nuclear weapons together with Ninurta
Neteru: Egyptian word for gods meaning Guardian Watchers
Nibiru: Home planet of the Anunnaki; its orbital period, a Shar, equals 3,600 Earth years;
became the twelfth member of the solar system after the Celestial Battle
Nibru-ki: The original Mission Control Center; Enlil's city in Shumer, called Nippur in
Nimug: One of seven birth mothers of the first Earthlings
Nimul: Mother of Ea/Enki by Anu; not being an official spouse and half sister, her son,
though firstborn, lost the succession to Enlil, whose mother was Antu
Ninagal: A son of Enki, appointed by him to navigate the boat of the hero of the Deluge
Ninbara: One of seven birth mothers of the first Earthlings
Ningal: Spouse of Nannar (Sin), mother of Inanna and Utu
Ningirsig: A lieutenant of Ea at the first landing
Ningishzidda: Son of Enki, master of genetics and other sciences; called Tehuti (Thoth)
in ancient Egypt; went with followers to the Americas after he was deposed by his
brother Marduk
Ninguanna: One of seven birth mothers of the first Earthlings
Ninharsag: Epithet of Ninmah after she was granted an abode in the Sinai peninsula
Ninkashi: Female Anunnaki in charge of beermaking
Ninki: Title of Damkina, Ea's spouse, when he was entitled Enki ("Lord of Earth")
Ninib: Spouse of lb, the third dynastic king on Nibiru
Ninimma: One of seven birth mothers of the first Earthlings
Ninlil: Espoused by Enlil after she forgave his date rape; Mother of Nannar and Ishkur
Ninmada: One of seven birth mothers of the first Earthlings
Ninmah: Half sister of Enki and Enlil, mother of Ninurta by Enlil; chief medical officer
of the Anunnaki; helped Enki to genetically engineer the Primitive Worker; peacemaker
among the rival and warring Anunnaki clans; renamed Ninharsag
Ninmug: One of seven birth mothers of the first Earthlings
Ninshubur: Chambermaid of Inanna
Ninsun: The Anunnaki mother of Gilgamesh
Ninurta: Enlil's Foremost son, mothered by Enlil's half sister Ninmah, and his legal
successor; battled with Anzu, who seized the Tablets of Destinies, and with Marduk;
found the alternative sources for gold and established alternative space facilities in the
Americas; patron-god of Lagash
Nippur: Akkadian name of Nibru-ki, where the calendar of Earth years was begun in
3760 B.C.; birthplace of Ibru-Um (Abraham)
Nisaba: Goddess of writing and measuring
Noam: Sister-wife of Enshi, mother of Kunin
North Crest: Abode of Enlil in the Cedar Mountains
North Wind: One of Nibiru's satellite-moons
Nudimmud: An epithet for Ea meaning He Who Fashions Things; the planet Neptune
Nungal: Pilot of spacecraft
Nusku: Enlil's vizier and emissaryOlden Times: The period that began with the first landing and ended with the Deluge
Place of Celestial Chariots: Spaceport of the Anunnaki
Plant of Being Young Again: The secret rejuvenation plant found by Gilgamesh
Plant of Life: Used by Enki's robotic emissaries to revive Inanna
Primitive Worker: The first genetically engineered Earthling
Primordial Begetter: "Apsu"-the Sun-in the creation cosmogony
Prior Times: The period of events on Nibiru before the missions to Earth
Ptah: Enki's name in Egypt; meaning "the Developer," it commemorates his deeds in
raising the land from under the Flood's waters
Pulser: Instrument used, together with the Emitter, to revive the dead
Ra: The Egyptian name for Marduk, meaning the Bright One
Sarpanit: An Earthling, the spouse of Marduk, mother of Nabu
Sati: Third son of Adapa and Titi (the biblical Seth)
Satu: Son of Marduk and Sarpanit, the Egyptian god known as Seth
Scorcher: Epithet for Ninurta in his role in the use of nuclear weapons
Second Region: Egypt and Nubia when they were granted civilization
Seed of life: The genetic material encoding all life-forms, DNA
Shamash: Akkadian name for Utu Shamgaz: A leader of the Igigi and instigator of the
abduction of Earthling females
Shar: One orbital period of Nibiru around the Sun, equal to 3,600 Earth years
Sharru-kin: The first king of unified Shumer and Akkad, the one we call Sargon I
Shem: The eldest son of the hero of the Deluge
Shumer: Land of the Watchers, the First Region of post-Diluvial civilization; Sumer
Shurubak: Healing center of Ninmah from before the Deluge and reestablished thereafter
Sin: The Akkadian name for Nannar
Sippar: The spaceport city in pre-Diluvial times commanded by Utu; his cult center after
the Deluge
Skybirds: Aircraft of the Anunnaki for flying in Earth's skies
Snow-hued place: Antarctica
South Wind: A satellite-moon of Nibiru
Storm Bird: Ninurta's aerial battlecraft
Sud: A nurse; also the epithet-name for Ninlil before she became Enlil's spouse
Suzianna: One of seven birth mothers of the first Earthlings
Tablets of Destinies: Devices used in Mission Control Center to track and control orbits
and trajectories; later on, a record of unalterable decisions
Tehuti: Egyptian name for Ningishzidda as "Thoth," the god of science and knowledge
Third Region: Domain allotted to Inanna; the Indus Valley civilization
Tiamat: Primordial planet that broke up in the Celestial Battle, giving rise to the Asteroid
Belt and to the Earth
Ti-Amat: Wife of Adamu; first Earthling female able to procreate
Tilmun: "Land of the Missiles," the Fourth Region in the Sinai peninsula
Tirhu: Oracle priest in Nippur, Ur, and Harran (the biblical Terah, father of Abraham)
Titi: Spouse of the first Civilized Man, Adapa, mother of Ka-in and Abael
Udbar: Father of the scribe Endubsar
Ulmash: A lieutenant of Ea at the first landing
Unug-ki: City built for Anu's visit, granted by him to Inanna; later called Uruk (the
biblical Erech); throne-city of Gilgamesh and other demigods
Upper Plain: Area in northern Mesopotamia where the descendants of Arpakad dwelt
Upper Sea: The Mediterranean Sea
Ur: Akkadian name for Urim; the rulers of Shumer and Akkad when the nuclear calamity
happened are known as kings of the Third Dynasty of Ur; the biblical "Ur of the
Chaldees" from which Abraham migrated to Harran
Urim: Nannar's city in Shumer and the land's capital three times (including at the time of
the Great Calamity); a thriving center of culture, industry, and international trade
Ur-Nammu: First king of the Third Dynasty of Ur
Uruk: Akkadian name for Unug-ki (the biblical Erech)
Utu: "Shamash" in Akkadian; twin brother of Inanna; commander of the Spaceport of
Sippar in pre-Diluvial times and of the one in the Sinai after the Deluge; giver of laws
from his cult center in Sippar after the Deluge; Godfather of Gilgamesh
Water of Life: Used to revive Inanna and bring her back from the dead
Water of Youth: Promised by Ra to his followers in an Afterlife
Way of Anu: The central band of the celestial sphere containing the zodiacal
constellations; on Earth, the central band between the northern Way of Enlil and the
southern Way of Enki
Way of Enki: The celestial sphere below the 30th parallel south
Way of Enlil: The celestial sphere above the 30th parallel north
Weapons of Terror: Nuclear weapons, used at first on Nibiru and then finally on Earth
West Wind: A satellite-moon of Nibiru, one of seven
Whirlwind: A satellite-moon of Nibiru, one of seven

The sumerian gods are the bibles gods also the Nordic gods, Egyptian,Roman,Greek and chinese gods, they are the same. We just have diffrent stories and accounts from around the world due to time and space. Diffrent languages,words and perspectives....
These gods are Interdimensional Aliens.  
Not from this planet, and or Dimension on this Earth "Aliens" .
Some are considered Angels and others demons.




    And how would you explain this?

  2. Explain evil people? Thats because they choosed to be that way- Anyone has the right of freewill and whats called dualism the good/bad-negative positive some choose the light some choose the darkness this all contributes to either the higher part or lower part of the chakras in the human body, the higher are connected with the heart and above the lower are connected with the bottom and lower. They all have a fair part in this world as one needs to the other to survive. Like saying hot needs cold high needs low ,hard needs soft these are all physical dimensions and complete opposites within this reality/density . While in the higher realms of the metaphysical world this isnt needed.And I see this anonymous is out of Fort drum and I do have all information stored and recorded-Anyways Im not the bad guy.

  3. So where's your evidence to support this hypothesis?

  4. Its at Oxford University, One of the greatest Ancient translation depts in the world and a collectiveness that came to this conclusion. Google sumerian clay tablets translations oxford university on youtube. The translation will confirm these dates and historic events . While most of the bible comes from the Clay tablets alot older Documents then the Much rewritten and retranslated bible- That means the words are not misconstrued. These area can be confirmed by ancient megalthic structures and ancient folklore from the areas of concern.

    Goodluck finding your Truth. Always research yourself and never take anyones word for it

  5. very interesting.

  6. Thank you, Always try to keep a open mind and a higher state of being. Realize and Research- Sumerian Clay tablets "clay tablets of Enki" Oxford university .

    I will be putting up links for further research for others to see the connections.

  7. Most all theologians agree... Nothing blasphemy about it.
    Just a little more detail then the bible... Silly reply showing you do not know what your talking about