body of "lost books" whose very existence would have never come to light. . Officer of the Anunnaki), that Enki decided to defy Enlil's plan to have Mankind. One, called Adapa and probably a son of Enki by a human female, is known to have written a book titled Writings Regarding Time-one of the earliest lost books. Bear & Companylibrary id removed ddjpg.
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What motives propelled them to settle on Earth--and what drove them from their new home? Convinced of the existence of a lost book that held the answers to these questions, the author began his search for evidence.
An epic tale of gods and men unfolds, challenging every assumption we hold about our past and our future. Introduction Some , years ago, astronauts from another planet came to Earth in search of gold. 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. Finding this precious metal results in the Anunnaki creation of homo sapiens—the human race—to mine this important resource.
Missing from these accounts, however, was the perspective of the Anunnaki themselves. What was life like on their own planet? What motives propelled them to settle on Earth—and what drove them from their new home? Convinced of the existence of a now lost book that formed the basis of ancient Sumerian texts holding the answers to these questions, the author began his search for evidence.
An epic tale of gods and men unfolds, challenging every assumption we hold about our creation, our past, and our future. He was a graduate of the University of London and worked as a journalist and editor in Israel for many years before making his home in New York City. A 'shar' is believed to be 3, Earth years the length of a Nibiru orbit around the sun. Twenty five shars would place his execution at approximately 90, Earth years after the Anunnaki first came to Earth.
The Earth's Annunaki leaders come up with a plan to refine the gold on Earth and only take refined gold to Nibiru. That will leave space on the craft for Igigi to travel to Nibiru for rest. The king agrees. Chapter - The king's son who is in charge of the gold mining now directs his attention to the life and animals on Earth and how they differ from Nibiru.
Mentioned are the animals in the tall trees that use their front legs as hands. Other creatures were seen in tall grasses walking upright hominids. The Igigi in the mines rebel. The king's two sons and others devise a plan to return the rebelling Anunnaki to Nibiru and replace them with new Annunaki workers. They also decide to create a Lulu primitive worker. One of the king's sons states that the "father of all beginning" has the sole power of creation.
The other king's son who is promoting this endeavor says that the being already exists and that they would not be slaves, but helpers.
The other king's son says that this would be against the rules of planet-to-planet journeying. The others king's son states that it was against the rules to even come to Earth. After much debate, the king decreed that the primitive slave was to be created. Chapter - In this portion, it states that they took parts from the behind of one animal and combined it with the front of another. In other words, they were experimenting with DNA.
This king's son had already created creatures from DNA and violated the rules before the arguments had even begun. Given the right to proceed by the king, they tried to mix the DNA of the Earth's two-legged creatures hominids with theirs and place it in the two-legged Earth female creature's womb. There were many conceptions, but the results were not good.
Many creatures were created that suffered from deformities. Chapter After all attempts had failed, they finally decided to not impregnate an Earth two-legged female again, but to instead use an Annunaki female. The Anunnaki female that had been doing the DNA splicing decided to be impregnated herself. She conceived and gave birth to a boy child. She named him Adam. They then decided to ask the young female Annunaki healers from Nibiru if they would be willing to be impregnated as well.
Seven stepped forward. Chapter - The seven Anunnaki female healers were impregnated with a combination of the twolegged Earth female creature hominid and Adam. The seven gave birth to seven male children. Upon realizing the problem of the demand on the seven Annunaki women, they decided to make female children and let them procreate themselves. The wife of an Anunnaki was asked, and she gave her consent to be impregnated.
The birth was not normal, but the female child was good. Chapter - Seven more females were created for the seven males. Adam and Eve are moved to Eden the main Annunaki city and the seven males and females are placed in cages amongst the trees. The time for them to procreate has come and gone.
No conceptions. Adam and Eve are then left to roam Eden as they please. Chapter - In this portion, the king's son who rules over Eden notices that Adam and Eve have leaves on them. He is upset and summons the other king's son who was part of the creation to explain. He in turn summons his other accomplices in the creation. They all explain the missing DNA, which makes the son in charge of Eden more upset.
He had warned of the folly. One of those in the creation speaks up and says that the Anunnaki long life was not given to them. The son in charge of Eden commands them to take their creations out of Eden. Adam and Eve did not leave Eden because they ate the fruit of the forbidden tree, they were expelled because the Annunaki scientists gave them the DNA to procreate and the commander of Eden was mad.
Eve was not tempted. None of it was within Adam and Eves control. They had many children. The Anunnaki now have three generations on Earth. The Adams are working in the fields and mines. The gold is flowing. The Earth is warming. The snow is melting. Volcanoes erupt and the ground shakes.
The Igigi are complaining on Mars of high winds and dust storms. The asteroid belt is in turmoil. On Earth brimstones are falling. It appears that Nibiru passed close by Earth, somehow causing a lot of trouble in the skies. A large asteroid hit the moon. Chapter - In this portion, the Annunaki contemplate abandoning the relay station on Mars. It has now been 80 shars or , Earth years on Earth. Note that the Annunaki that first came to Earth , years earlier are still alive.
Anunnaki go to the moon and study many things the three ways of heaven, the twelve constellations, etc. Chapter - Since the Mars relay was to be abandoned, a new spaceship port was to be created on Earth for direct transport of gold to Nibiru. The king comes to Earth to see the newly-created space port. Chapter - Division again begins between the king's sons and their offspring.
The primitive workers Adams and Eves are captured outside of the city of Eden and brought into the city. They are given chores and jobs to do. In those days, grains and sheep were not brought to earth. The king's son that created mankind has a new scheme, but he notices that mankind is reverting backward. Chapter - The king's son who created Adam and Eve was them.
One day, he spied several young Eves and decided to impregnate them with his sperm. They gave birth. It is now the ninety-second shar or , Earth years that the Annunaki have been on Earth. The king's son is ecstatic about the births and says that he has created civilized man. He wants this to be a secret. He tells his vizier to conceal the two children in his house and to say that they were found in reed baskets in the bulrushes. The king's son and his wife raised them. The king's son very deceitfully passed them off, not as his own offspring, but instead as a new, more intelligent generation of Adams and Eves.
He calls for grains and ewes to be brought to Earth so that they may herd the sheep and harvest grain. Once the male and female children procreate giving birth to two sons: Cain and Abel , the king on Nibiru wants the earthling male to come to Nibiru for a visit.
The king's son sends his other offspring along to accompany the male. The king's son tricks the male by telling him not to eat or drink the long-life things because it is poison and he will die. The craft leaves and they arrive on Nibiru. The king sees his grandchildren and an earthling for the first time.
Chapter - On Nibiru, the earthling is offered the long-life bread and elixir. He does not eat or drink. The king becomes offended and asks him why not? He says that he will die. One of the king's grandsons gives the king a tablet that was given to him by his father for the purpose of giving to his father, the king.
The king reads it and understands that the earthling male is the offspring of his son. The king's son wants the earthling to return to Earth, and that it be his lot to live and die on Earth. The real reason the king's son did not want him to eat and drink the long-life food was because of concerns over any future kingship disputes since he was his son.
The earthling and one of the two grandsons return to Earth. Chapter - The twin sons, Cain and Abel, are shown how to dig water canals and harvest grain, while the other one is taught to herd sheep and spin wool. At the first harvest, there is a celebration and the two twin earthling men make their offerings to the king's two sons. A celebration is had. Later, Cain is unhappy that one of the king's sons did not praise him for his effort.
Cain and Able fight because of this and Abel is killed. Chapter - This portion tells the story of events after the killing. Cain is exiled. Chapter - This portion details the teaching to the earthling offspring of the king's son.
It also mentions other teachings to other offspring. The worshiping of the Anunnaki is created. This was in the ninety-eighth shar or ,th Earth year since the Annunaki first landed on Earth. In the onehundred and fourth shar or ,th Earth year , the kingship lineage on Earth, several generations down the line, are still have babies with their half sisters.
Chapter - This portion tells the story of the end of the life of the first earthling male that the king's son had made by an Eve. We know this earthling male father of Cain and Abel as the Biblical Adam. He was born in the ninety-third shar ,th Earth year and he died in the one-hundred and eighth shar ,th Earth year , making him 54, Earth years old when he died. At this time, the Anunnaki and earthling humans intermarry. Hardships occur on Earth and Mars due to the sun flaring up.
One of the king's son's sons wants to marry an earthling woman. There is an objection. The debate involves the statement that the kingship lineage marrying half sisters is a custom. The problem with the marriage is the kingship lineage.
If the kingship lineage marries an earthling woman, the king on Nibiru could eventually become an earthling. The king decrees that if the king's son male offspring marries an earthling, then he cannot return to Nibiru and his prince status will end.
The king's son that is commander of Earth also states that he and his new wife will not be able to stay in Eden. The king's son's male offspring marries an Earth woman. Chapter - Two-hundred of the Igigi from Mars came to the wedding. Unbeknownst to the leaders of Eden, the two-hundred Igigi from Mars had decided to abduct earthling women to be their wives.
After the wedding they did so. The Earth commander, which has always been against the creation of mankind, is sorrowful that they have destroyed their original mission.
A once sacred mission is now resulting in one evil deed after another. Now, the Earth will be overrun by mankind. The king's son's male offspring that had just gotten married was basically banished to another land across the sea. There, he invited the Igigi that had taken earthling wives. The king's son that created mankind has taken a fancy to a married earthling woman. He asks his son that married an earthling woman that resides in the new land to ask for the earthling woman's husband to be transferred there.
The king's son that created mankind now visits the new land often and watches and seduces the women. Chapter - Bathsheba becomes pregnant and has a child. The first white-bodied, blond-haired, blueeyed earthling is born in the one-hundred and tenth shar or , Earth years after the arrival of the Anunnaki.
There are plagues and starvation on Earth. The Earth commander feels that the Earth mission has become perverted and loathes the earthling mankind. The cries of the earthlings has become so loud that the Earth commander cannot sleep. One Annunaki wanted to teach the earthlings the art of healing. The Earth Anunnaki commander said no. Water would not come from its sources where the earthlings lived. Vegetation did not grow. The Earth commander forbade any teaching or helping of the Earthlings.
He wanted the earthlings to perish. For one shar 3, Earth years , the earthlings ate grasses. This continues for about five shars.
There are black spots on the Sun. The savants on Nibiru tell of the planets moving during Nibiru's next passing of the sun. Chapter - The savants on Nibiru tell that the Earth glaciers are melting and that they will lose their footing.