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Preamble: How old is our civilization? The answer to this question keeps changing over the last 2,000 years and will continue to change as we learn more and more about “our past”. One thing is clear – our “civilization” isn’t the first to have existed on this planet.

Just how many civilizations existed before us? The “oldest” civilization that is widely accepted at this time is the Sumerian which is believed to have existed around 4000 BC. Not everyone agrees though since several other pieces of “history” are not accounted for. The giants mentioned in the bible, the “fluvial” erosion in the body of the Sphinx in Egypt that could not have occurred before 10,000 BC, the Nephilim mentioned in Genesis (6:4) who took earthy women for wives who gave birth to the “giants”, the Anunnakis - believed to have created humans by altering ape’s DNA and ruled over earth for over 400,000 years plus the recent discovery of a 700,000-Year-Old Stone Tools found in the Philippines used to butcher a Rhino.

History as we know it is incomplete and convoluted with mythology. But advances in technology is allowing us to separate history from myths.

Who or what created us and for what purpose? I think this is the ultimate riddle that sentient beings like us should strive to get an answer for. Imagine that you woke up one day with no memory of who you are. Would you not spend the rest of your life finding out who you really are, who your parents were, whether you have a family etc.? In a way, this is what happened to us. We forgot. Or maybe something tricked us to forget our true nature and our rightful place in the universe.

It is clear that "higher knowledge" has been deliberately hidden from us for thousands of years. Therefore, you and me are beholden to uncover and bring this information out to enlighten the world. To end the battle between knowledge and ignorance. To free us from the obstruction caused by established dogmas and lies; for this knowledge could lead us to a greater understanding of our universe and of ourselves.

The Lost Book of Enki, details the saga of the Nibirians from their planet Nibiru to their coming to Earth. It richly describes the long history of the Nibirian race from the point of view and autobiographical account of Lord Enki, an Anunnaki god. The book is comprised of fourteen tablets according to Sitchin who translated the tablets into English. It is the autobiography of Enki who decided to write the book to serve as a guide to future generations.

Many scholars believe that the Sumerian tablets such as this is the first written text in history many of which found their way in our cultures, traditions and oral stories passed down from generations to generations. These tablets were first translated into Akkadian, then Hebrew and from there were translated into other languages including Greek & Latin. Following is the fourteenth tablet of the book - the last chapter.

Being the last chapter of the book, I am saddened that it is ended. This is one of the best books I've ever read. Sadly, because of mainstream resistance and denial, the Lost Book of Enki belongs to the dusty part of the human library called Myths. But in time, when man attains a higher level of consciousness, I am certain that Enki's effort will be rewarded and his book will be part of the annals of history and will be taught in schools and universities around the world.


Babili, Marduk's chosen center, survives the calamity. Enki sees it as an omen of Marduk's inevitable supremacy. Enlil ponders the past, Fate, and Destiny. Accepts Marduk's supremacy, retreats to faraway lands.

The brothers bid a sentimental good-bye. Enki sees the Past as a guide foretelling the Future
He decides to commit all as a record for posterity. Colophon by the scribe Endubsar.


Babili, where Marduk supremacy declared, by the Evil Wind was spared; All the lands south of Babili the Evil Wind devoured, the heart of the Second Region it also touched. When in the aftermath of the Great Calamity Enlil and Enki to surrey the havoc met, Enki to Enlil the sparing of Babili as a divine omen considered. That Marduk to supremacy has been destined, by the sparing of Babili is confirmed! So did Enki to Enlil say.

The will of the Creator of All it must have been! Enlil to Enki said. Then to him the dream-vision and prophecy of Galzu Enlil revealed. If that by you was known, why did you the use of the Weapons of Terror not prevent? Enki him asked. My brother! Enlil to Enki with a sorrowed voice said. Enough seen was the reason. Whenever after your coming to Earth the mission by an obstacle obstructed was, A way the obstruction to circumvent we have found; Of that, the fashioning of the Earthlings, the greatest solution, Also the fountain of a myriad unwanted twists and turns was. When you have the celestial cycles fathomed and the constellations assigned, Who in them the hands of Destiny could foresee, Who could between our chosen fates and our unbending destiny distinguish? Who false omens proclaimed, who true prophecies could pronounce?

Therefore to keep to myself the words of Galzu I decided. Was he truly the Creator of All's emissary, was he my hallucination? Let whatever has to happen, happen! so to myself I said. To his brother's words Enki listened, his head up and down he nodded. The First Region is desolate, the Second Region is in confusion, the Third Region is wounded, The Place of the Celestial Chariots is no more; that is what has happened! Enki to Enlil said. If that was the will of the Creator of All, that is what of our Mission to Earth remained! By the ambitions of Marduk was the seed sown, what the crop resulted is for him to reap! So did Enlil to his brother Enki say, then he the triumph of Marduk accepted.

Let the rank of fifty, by me for Ninurta intended, to Marduk instead be given, Let Marduk over the desolation in the Regions his supremacy declare! As for me and Ninurta, we will in his way no longer stand. To the Lands Beyond the Oceans we will depart, what we had all had come for, The mission to obtain for Nibiru gold we will complete! So did Enlil to Enki say; dejection was in his words. Would different matters have been were the Weapons of Terror unused? Enki his brother challenged. Should we have the words of Galzu to Nibiru not return heeded? Enlil retorted. Should Earth Mission been stopped when the Anunnaki mutinied? I what I did did, you what you did did. The past undone cannot become! Is not in that too a lesson? Enki asked them both. Is not what on Earth happened, what on Nibiru had taken place mirrored? Is not in that tale of the Past the outline of the Future written -
Will Mankind, in our image created, our attainments and failures repeat? Enlil was silent. As he stood up to leave, Enki to him his arm extended. Let us lock arms as brothers, as comrades who together challenges on an alien planet confronted!

So did Enki to his brother say. And Enlil, grasping his brother's arm, hugged him as well. Shall we meet again, on Earth or on Nibiru? Enki asked. Was Galzu right that we die if we to Nibiru go? Enlil responded. Then he turned and departed. Alone was Enki left; only by the thoughts of his heart was he accompanied. How it all began and how it thus far ended, he sat and pondered. Was it all destined, or was it fate by this and that decision fashioned? If Heaven and Earth by cycles within cycles regulated, What had happened will again occur? Is the Past-the Future? Will the Earthlings the Anunnaki emulate, will Earth relive Nibiru? Will he, the first to arrive, the last to leave be?

Beseiged by thoughts, Enki a decision made: All the events and decisions, starting with Nibiru to this day on Earth, To put in a record, a guide to future generations to become; Let posterity, at a time by destiny designated, The record read, the Past remember, the Future as prophecy understand, Let the Future of the Past the judge be! These are the words of Enki, Firstborn of Anu of Nibiru.

Fourteenth tablet: The Words of the lord Enki. Written from the mouth of the great lord Enki, not one word missed, not one word added, by the master scribe Endubsar, a man of Eridu, son of Udbar. By the lord Enki with long life I have been blessed.


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

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 Mountains

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 Ishkur 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 of All; the cosmic God

Firmament: The Asteroid Belt, the remnant of the broken-up half of Tiamat

First Region: The first region of civilization granted to Mankind, Shumer

Foremost son: The son born to a ruler by a half sister and thus the legal heir

Fourth Region: The Sinai peninsula, location of the post-Diluvial spaceport

Gaga: The moon of Anshar (Saturn) that after Nibiru's passage became the planet Pluto

Gaida: Youngest son of Enkime (Enoch in the Bible)

Galzu: A mysterious divine emissary who conveyed the messages in dreams and visions

Gateway to heaven: The purpose of the launch tower built by Marduk in Babylon

Geshtinanna: Dumuzi's sister who betrayed him

Gibil: A son of Enki, in charge of metallurgy, maker of magical artifacts

Gigunu: Inanna's House of Nighttime Pleasure

Gilgamesh: King in Uruk; being a son of a goddess, went in search of immortality Girsu: Sacred precinct of Ninurta in Lagash Great Below: The continent of Antarctica Great Calamity: The devastation in the aftermath of the nuclear holocaust in 2024 B.C.

Great Deep: The Antarctic Ocean

Great Sea: The Mediterranean Sea; also called the Upper Sea

Gug 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 Earth

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 Abraham

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 Ninurta

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 Ra in

Egypt; 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 Akkadian

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 En Ill'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 emissary

Olden 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

Whirlwinds: Helicopter-like aerial vehicles of the Anunnaki

Whiteland: Antarctica

Winged Serpent: Epithet of Ningishzidda in the Americas

Zamush: Land of precious stones, part of Inanna's Third Region

Ziusudra: Hero of the Deluge, a son of Enki by an Earthling (the biblical Noah)

Zumul: Astronomer-priest in Uruk during Anu's visit

Sources:The Lost Book of Enki; ; ; ; .

Part 1: The SPHINX
Part 2: The GARDEN of EDEN Wasn't a PARADISE
Part 4: ADAMITE vs PRE-ADAMITE Bloodline
Part 5: The FLOOD Story
Part 7: GIANTS Who WALKED on EARTH Part 1
Part 8: GIANTS Who WALKED on EARTH Part 2
Part 9: The MAN BAG
Part 10: ATLANTIS The Beginning
Part 11: ANTARCTICA The TRUE Cradle of Civilization?
Part 12: The DOGON Tribe
Part 13: The CREATION Story of the DOGON Tribe
Part 16: GIANTS Who WALKED on EARTH Part 3
Part 22: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 1
Part 23: The FACE on MARS
Part 24: The LOST BOOK of ENKI Part 2: The CREATION OF MAN
Part 27: NUCLEAR WAR IN 2,000 BC
Part 28: FLOOD STORY According to SUMERIANS
Part 32: ETYMOLOGY of the WORD "GOD"
Part 35: THE ERRA EPIC Part 1
Part 36: THE ERRA EPIC Part 2
Part 37: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 2
Part 38: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 3
Part 39: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 4
Part 39: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 5
Part 40: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 6
Part 42: The EPIC OF GILGAMESH Part 1
Part 43: The EPIC OF GILGAMESH Part 2
Part 44: The EPIC OF GILGAMESH Part 3
Part 45: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 7
Part 46: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 8
Part 47: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 8
Part 50: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 10
Part 51: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 11
Part 53: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 12
Part 55: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 13
Part 57: The LOST BOOK OF ENKI Part 14
Part 58: The Ancient Tibetan Books "KANTYUA & TANTYUA"
Part 59: The ROD OF POWER

Part 1: A STORY of What WE Have BECOME

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What happened 12900 years BP and 11600 years BP placed humanity in a dark age which lasted millenia. Whenever there has been an attempt to recall those memories, by digging into knowledge sources, there have been effort to suppress them such the ones seen by the destruction of the Hellenistic culture in the 4th and 5th centuries and the destruction of the Precolumbian cultures in the 15th and 16th centuries. The value of the tablets is that they transport us to an era that we though forgotten.

True. The deluge that wiped life throughout the planet may have been pre-ordained. But the massacre in 2,000 BC was out of man's greed and carelessness.

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