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INTRODUCTION, Some 445 000 years ago astronauts from another planet came to Earth in search of. gold Splashing down in one of Earth s seas they waded ashore and established Eridu Home in. the Faraway In time the initial settlement expanded to a full fledged Mission Earth with a. Mission Control Center a spaceport mining operations and even a way station on Mars Short. of manpower the astronauts employed genetic engineering to fashion Primitive Workers Homo. sapiens The Deluge that catastrophically swept over the Earth required a fresh start the. astronauts became gods granting Mankind civilization teaching it to worship Then about four. thousand years ago all that had been achieved unraveled in a nuclear calamity brought about. by the visitors to Earth in the course of their own rivalries and wars. What had taken place on Earth and especially the events since human history began has been. culled by Zecharia Sitchin in his The Earth Chronicles Series from the Bible clay tablets. ancient myths and archaeological discoveries But what had preceded the events on Earth what. had taken place on the astronauts own planet Nibiru that caused the space journeys the need. for gold the creation of Man, What emotions rivalries beliefs morals or the lack thereof motivated the principal players in. the celestial and space sagas What were the relationships that caused mounting tensions on. Nibiru and on Earth what tensions arose between old and young between those who had come. from Nibiru and those born on Earth And to what extent was what had happened determined. by Destiny a destiny whose record of past events holds the key to the future. Would it not be auspicious were one of the key players an eyewitness and one who could. distinguish between Fate and Destiny to record for posterity the How and Where and When and. Why of it all the First Things and perhaps the Last Things. But that is precisely what some of them did do and foremost among them was the very leader. who had commanded the first group of astronauts, Scholars and theologians alike now recognize that the biblical tales of Creation of Adam and. Eve the Garden of Eden the Deluge the Tower of Babel were based on texts written down. millennia earlier in Mesopotamia especially by the Sumerians And they in turn clearly stated. that they obtained their knowledge of past events many from a time before civilizations began. even before Mankind came to be from the writings of the Anunnaki Those Who from Heaven. to Earth Came the gods of antiquity, As a result of a century and a half of archaeological discoveries in the ruins of the ancient. civilizations especially in the Near East a great number of such early texts have been found. the finds have also revealed the extent of missing texts so called lost books which are either. mentioned in discovered texts or are inferred from such texts or that are known to have. existed because they were cataloged in royal or temple libraries. Sometimes the secrets of the gods were partly revealed in epic tales such as the Epic of. Gilgamesh that disclosed the debate among the gods that led to the decision to let Mankind. perish in the Deluge or in a text titled Atra Hasis which recalled the mutiny of the Anunnaki. who had toiled in the gold mines that led to the creation of Primitive Workers Earthlings From. time to time the leaders of the astronauts themselves authored compositions sometimes. dictating the text to a chosen scribe as the text called The Erra Epos in which one of the two. gods who had caused the nuclear calamity sought to shift the blame to his adversary sometime. the god acted as his own scribe as is the case regarding the Book of the Secrets of Thoth the. Egyptian god of knowledge which the god had secreted in a subterranean chamber. When the Lord God Yahweh according to the Bible granted the Commandments to His chosen. people He at first inscribed in His own hand two stone tablets that He gave to Moses on Mount. Sinai When Moses threw down and broke that first set of tablets in response to the golden calf. incident the replacement set was written by Moses on the tablets on both their sides when he. stayed on the Mount forty days and forty nights recording the dictated words of the Lord. Were it not for a tale recorded on papyrus from the time of the Egyptian king Khufu Cheops. concerning the Book of the Secrets of Thoth the existence of that book would have not become. known Were it not for the biblical narratives in Exodus and Deuteronomy we would have never. known about the divine tablets and their contents all would have become part of the enigmatic. body of lost books whose very existence would have never come to light No less painful is the. fact that in some instances we do know that certain texts had existed but are in the dark. regarding their contents Such is the case regarding the Book of the Wars of Yahweh and the. Book of Dasher Book of Righteousness which are specifically mentioned in the Bible In at. least two instances the existence of olden books earlier texts known to the biblical narrator can. be inferred Chapter five of Genesis begins with the statement This is the book of the Toledoth. of Adam the term Toledoth being usually translated as generations but more accurately. meaning historic or genealogical record The other instance is in chapter six of Genesis where. the events concerning Noah and the Deluge begin with the words These are the Toledoth of. Noah Indeed partial versions of a book that became known as the Book of Adam and Eve. have survived over the millennia in Armenian Slavonic Syriac and Ethiopic languages and the. Book of Enoch one of the so called Apocryphal books that were not included in the canonized. Bible contains segments that are considered by scholars to be fragments from a much earlier. Book of Noah, An oft quoted example of the extent of lost books is that of the famed Library of Alexandria in.
Egypt Established by the general Ptolemy after Alexander s death in 323 B C it was said to. have contained more than half a million volumes books inscribed on a variety of materials. clay stone papyrus parchment That great library where scholars gathered to study the. accumulated knowledge was burnt down and destroyed in wars that extended from 48 B C to. the Arab conquest in A D 642 What has remained of its treasures is a translation of the first. five books of the Hebrew Bible into Greek and fragments retained in the writings of some of the. library s resident scholars, It is only thus that we know that the second king Ptolemy commissioned circa 270 B C an. Egyptian priest whom the Greeks called Manetho to compile the history and prehistory of Egypt. At first Manetho wrote only the gods reigned there then demigods and finally circa 3100. B C Pharaonic dynasties began, The divine reigns he wrote began ten thousand years before the Flood and continued for. thousands of years thereafter the latter period having witnessed battles and wars among the. In the Asiatic domains of Alexander where reign fell into the hands of the general Seleucos and. his successors a similar effort to provide the Greek savants with a record of past events took. place A priest of the Babylonian god Marduk Berossus with access to libraries of clay tablets. whose core was the temple library of Harran now in southeastern Turkey wrote down in three. volumes a history of gods and men that began 432 000 years before the Deluge when the. gods came to Earth from the heavens Listing by name and reign durations the first ten. commanders Berossus reported that the first leader dressed as a fish waded ashore from the. sea He was the one who gave Mankind civilization and his name rendered in Greek was. Dovetailing in many details both priests thus rendered accounts of gods of heaven who had. come to Earth of a time when gods alone reigned on Earth and of the catastrophic Deluge In. the fragmentary bits and pieces retained in other contemporary writings from the three. volumes Berossus specifically reported the existence of writings from before the Great Flood. stone tablets that were hidden for safekeeping in an ancient city called Sippar one of the. original cities established by the ancient gods, Though Sippar as were other pre Diluvial cities of the gods was overwhelmed and obliterated. by the Deluge a reference to the pre Diluvial writings surfaced in the annals of the Assyrian. king Ashurbanipal 668 633 B C When archaeologists in the mid nineteenth century found. the ancient Assyrian capital Nineveh until then known only from the Old Testament they. discovered in the ruins of palace a library with the remains of some 25 000 inscribed clay. tablets An assiduous collector of olden texts Ashurbanipal boasted in his annals The god of. scribes has bestowed on me the gift of the knowledge of his art I have been initiated into the. secrets of writing I can even read the intricate tablets in Shumerian I understand the. enigmatic words in the stone carvings from the days before the Flood. It is now known that the Shumerian or Sumerian civilization had blossomed in what is now. Iraq almost a millennium before the beginning of the Pharaonic age in Egypt both to be. followed later by the civilization of the Indus Valley in the Indian subcontinent It is now also. known that the Sumerians were the first to write down the annals and tales of gods and men. from which all other peoples including the Hebrews obtained the tales of Creation of Adam. and Eve Cain and Abel the Deluge the Tower of Babel and of the wars and loves of the gods. as reflected in the writings and recollections of the Greeks Hittites Canaanites Persians and. Indo Europeans As all these olden writings attest their sources were even earlier texts some. found many lost, The volume of such early writings is staggering not thousands but tens of thousands of clay. tablets have been discovered in the ruins of the ancient Near East Many deal with or record. aspects of daily life such as trade or workers wages and nuptial contracts Others found. mostly in palace libraries constitute Royal Annals still others discovered in the ruins of temple. libraries or of scribal schools constitute a group of canonized texts a secret literature that. were written down in the Sumerian language and then translated to Akkadian the first Semitic. language and then other ancient languages And even in those early writings going back. almost six thousand years references are made to lost books texts inscribed on stone. Among the incredible to say fortunate does not fully convey the miracle finds in the ruins of. ancient cities and their libraries are clay prisms inscribed with the very information about the. ten pre Diluvial, rulers and their 432 000 years total reign to which Berossus had referred Known as the.
Sumerian King Lists and on display in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford England their several. versions leave no doubt that their Sumerian compilers had access to some earlier common or. canonized textual material Coupled with other equally early texts discovered in various states. of preservation they strongly suggest that the original recorder of the Arrival as well as of. preceding events and certainly of following events had to be one of those leaders a key. participant an eyewitness, One who had been an eyewitness to all those events indeed a key participant in them was the. leader who had splashed down with the first group of astronauts At that time his epithet name. was E A He Whose Home Is Water He experienced the disappointment of having command. of Earth Mission given to his half brother and rival EN LIL Lord of the Command a. humiliation little mitigated by granting him the title EN K1 Lord of Earth Relegated away. from the cities of the gods and their spaceport in the E DIN Eden to supervise the mining of. gold in the AB ZU southeastern Africa it was Ea Enki a great scientist who came across the. hominids who inhabited those parts And so when the Anunnaki toiling in the gold mines. mutinied and said No more it was he who realized that the needed manpower could be. obtained by jumping the gun on evolution through genetic engineering and thus did the Adam. literally He of the Earth Earthling come into being. As a hybrid the Adam could not procreate the events echoed in the biblical tale of Adam and. Eve in the Garden of Eden record the second genetic manipulation by Enki that added the extra. chromosomal genes needed for sexual procreation, And when Mankind proliferating did not turn out the way it had been envisaged it was he. Enki who defied his brother Enlil s plan to let Mankind perish in the Deluge the events whose. hero has been called Noah in the Bible and Ziusudra in the earlier original Sumerian text. The firstborn son of Anu Nibiru s ruler Ea Enki was well versed in his planet s Nibiru and its. inhabitants past An accomplished scientist he bequeathed the most important aspects of the. advanced knowledge of the Anunnaki especially to his two sons Marduk and Ningishzidda who. as Egyptian gods were known there as Ra and Thoth respectively But he also was. instrumental in sharing with Mankind certain aspects of such advanced knowledge by teaching. to selected individuals the secrets of the gods In at least two instances such initiates wrote. down as they were instructed to do those divine teachings as Mankind s heritage One called. Adapa and probably a son of Enki by a human female is known to have written a book titled. Sometimes the secrets of the gods were partly revealed in epic tales such as the Epic of Gilgamesh that disclosed the debate among the gods that led to the

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