Page 9 of 12 pages

 Adam loses

 Eternal Life, but 

 NOT because

 of a Woman's Sin!



The picture below illustrates how scientists picture the universe looked a split second after the moment of creation of the universe.


      Up until the time that mankind was created, about 300,000 years ago according to the records found recorded in cuneiform writing on permanent brick tablets, and in some cases illustrated with pictures carved in stone, the rulers of earth were "gods" not men.  One of the "gods", Enlil by name, was apparently satisfied to keep it that way.   But the down-side was that the "gods" had to do all the work, including the very hard labor of mining for gold.  Gold that was necessary to heal the failing atmosphere of the home planet of these "gods" which they named Nibiru originally, but later changed to "Marduk" when that god attained ascendancy.   Technically speaking, these "gods" were astronauts, using a highly developed technology to travel through space from planet to planet.


The Seventh Tablet

"The Lost Book of Enki" Page 151

     "To the Abzu (Africa), away from Edin, let them be expelled!  So did Enlil the command decree; from the Edin to the Abzu Adamu and Ti-Amat were expelled.  In an enclosure among the trees Enki them placed; to know each other he left them."

     "With joy did Enki see what Ningishzidda had done come to be:  With child Ti-Amat was frolicking.   Ninmah came the birth-giving to watch: A son and a daughter, twins, to the Earth Beings were born!  With wonderment did Ninmah and Enki watch the newborns.   How they grew and developed was a marvel;  days were as months, months to Earth years accumulated.   By the time Adamu and Ti-Amat had other sons and daughters, the first ones were by themselves procreating!"

     "Before one Shar of Niniru (3600 years) had passed, the Earthlings were proliferating.   With understanding were the Primitive Workers endowed, of commandments they were comprehending;   To be with the Anunnaki they were eager, for food rations they toiled well,  Of heat and dust they did not complain, of backbreaking they did not grumble;  Of the hardships of work the Anunnaki of the Abzu were relieved.   The vital gold to Nibiru was coming,  Nibiru's atmosphere was slowly healing."

      According to Zecharia Sitchin's interpretation of the ancient texts, subject also to what he has learned in more recent studies from these and other sources, this proliferation of the earliest humans, called "the adam" (small "a") in Genesis, occurred about 250,000 years ago.  These were very primitive creatures, not really comparable with modern homo sapiens sapiens.  It was because of another more personal, more intimate, and perhaps less ethical encounter of Lord Enki with two Earthling lasses later called "Dawn" and "Dusk" that fully modern "civilized man" had it's origins!

The Seduction of "Dawn" and "Dusk"

"The Lost Book of Enki" Page 166

    "For seven Shars (25,200 years) the Anunnaki's lot was greatly eased, diminished was their discontent.  By the proliferation of the Earthlings, what by itself was growing for all insufficient was;  In three more Shars (10,800 years) of fish and fowl there was a shortage, what by itself grows Anunnaki and Earthlings did not satiate.  In his heart, Enki a new undertaking was scheming; to create a Civilized Mankind in his heart he conceived.  Grains that are sown by them to be cultivated, ewes that become sheep let them shepherd!"

     "In his heart Enki a new undertaking was scheming; how this to attain he contemplated.   The Primitive Workers in the Abzu he for his scheme observed,   The Earthlings in the Edin, in the cities and in the orchards he considered.   What could for the tasks make them suited?  What by the life essence has not been combined?   The offspring of the Earthlings he observed, an alarming matter he noticed:   By their repeated copulations, back toward their wild forebears they were degraded!"

      "Enki in the marshlands looked about, on the rivers he sailed and observed;  With him was only Isimud, his visier, who secrets kept.  On the river's bank, bathing and frolicking Earthlings he noticed;  Two females among them were wild with beauty, firm were their breasts.  Their sight the phallus of Enki caused to water, a burning desire he had.  Shall I not kiss the young ones?  Enki his visier Isimud was asking.  I the boat  will hither row, kiss the young ones!  Isimud to Enki was saying."

      "The boat thereto Isimud directed, from the boat to dry land Enki stepped.   A young one to him Enki called, a tree fruit she to him offered.  Enki bent down, the young one he embraced, on her lips he kissed her;  Sweet were her lips, firm with ripeness were her breasts.  Into her womb he poured his semen, in a mating he knew her.  Into her womb she took the holy semen, by the semen of the lord Enki she was impregnated."

       "The second young one to him Enki called, berries from the field she him offered.   Enki bent down, the young one he embraced, on her lips he kissed her;  Sweet were her lips, firm with ripeness were her breasts.  Into her womb he poured his semen, in a mating he knew her.  Into her womb she took the holy semen, by the semen of the lord Enki she was impregnated."

      "With the young ones stay, whether pregnancies come about ascertain!  So was Enki to his visier Isimud saying.   Isimud by the young ones sat down; by the fourth count their bulges appeared.  By the tenth count, the ninth having been completed,   The first young one squatted and birth gave, by her a male child was born;  The second young one squatted and birth gave, by her a female child was born."

      "At dawn and dusk, which a day delimit, on the same day the two were born,  The Gracious Ones, Dawn and Dusk, thereafter in legends they were known.  In the ninety-third Shar the two, by Enki fathered, in the Edin were born. (93 Shars = 3600 X 93 = 334,800 earth years).  Word of the births Isimud to Enki quickly brought.  By the births Enki was ecstatic:  Whoever such a thing has ever known! Between Anunnaki and Earthling, conception was attained,  Civilized Man I have brought into being!"


       Artists are sometimes known to present a picture quite unlike what the words of the Bible do.   On our first picture on this page, "Eve" seems to be offering the fruit of "knowing" to the serpent, who's about to take a bite while "Adam" watches.   And in the picture above, the face of a man in the tree is obviously trying to seduce another "Eve" while "Eve" is reaching for another piece of fruit.

       In the "Dawn" and "Dusk" story, both young women show their consent by offering Lord Enki fruit -- the first from a tree, the second some berries.   Then they allow Enki to kiss them on the lips without a struggle, and the rest rapidly follows. What so many have suspected in the Bible story is plainly described in the Mesopotamian story, Enki was really the father of Civilized Mankind in an intimate and biological way, not just a symbolic way.

      What the King James Bible "hides" by calling both the original much more primitive men "adam" (literally "red men") and the much later Civilized Man by exactly the same name (easily verified by using Strong's Concordance), is that "Adam" of Genesis 2:19-20 is NOT the "Adam" of Genesis 2:21 and 5:1.  And indeed the Mesopotamian records show that more than 36,000 years passed between the "creation" of the two "Adams".   And that the second "Adam" was named "Adapa" and his sister-wife was named "Titi".

    "To his vizier Isimud Enki instructions gave: A secret must my deed remain!  Let the newborns by their mothers be suckled; thereafter into my household them bring.   Among the bulrushes in reed baskets have I them found!   Thus to all you will say!"  (Obviously the Hebrews reused this story in their history of Moses.)

     "By their mothers were the newborns suckled and nurtured;  To Enki's household in Eridu thereafter Isimud them brought.  Among the bulrushes, in reed baskets, have I them found!  So did Isimud to all say. Ninki (Enki's wife) to the foundlings a liking took, as her own children she raised them.  Adapa, the Foundling, the boy she called;  Titi, One with Life, the girl she named.  ("Titi" in Sumerian is roughly equivalent to "Hava" in Hebrew and "Eve" in English.)

     "Unlike all other Earthling children the twosome were:  Slower to grow up than Earthlings they were, much quicker in understanding they were;   With intelligence they were endowed, of speaking with words capable they were.   Beautiful and pleasant was the girl, with her hands she was greatly dexterous;  Ninki, the spouse of Enki, to Titi took a liking; all manner of crafts she was her teaching.   To Adapa Enki himself teachings gave, how to keep records he was him instructing.   The achievements with pride Enki to Isimud was showing,  A Civilized Man have iI brought forth! to Isimud he was saying.  A new kind of Earthling from my seed has been created, in my image and after my likeness!"

       "From seed they food will grow, from ewes sheep they will shepherd,   Anunnaki and Earthlings henceforth shall be satiated!  To his brother Enlil Enki word sent; from Nibru-ki to Eridu Enlil came."

The Lie about Adapa's Origin

(The First "Evolution" Lie!)

    "In the wilderness a new kind of Earthling has come forth! to Enlil was Enki saying.   Quick of learning they are, knowledge and craftwork to them can be taught.   Let us from Nibiru seeds that are sown bring down,  Let us from Nibiru ewes (lambs?) that sheep become to Earth deliver,  Let us  the new breed of Earthlings farming and shepherding teach,   Let Anunnaki and Earthlings together satiated be!   So was Enki to Enlil saying."

      "Akin to us Anannaki in many ways, indeed they are!   Enlil to his brother said.  A wonder of wonders it is, in the wilderness by themselves to have come about!  Isimud was summoned.   Among the bulrushes in reed baskets I them found!  he said."

      "Enlil the matter with graveness pondered, with amazement his head he shook.  Indeed a wonder of wonders it is, a new breed of Earthling on Earth has emerged,   A Civilized Man has the Earth itself brought forth,  Farming and shepherding, crafts and toolmaking he can be taught!"

      "So was Enlil to Enki saying.  Let us of the new breed to Anu word send!  Of the new breed word to Anu on Nibiru was beamed.  Let seeds that can be sown, let ewes (lambs?) that sheep become, to Earth be sent!  So did Enki and Enlil to Anu the suggestion make."

      "By Civilized Man let Anunnaki and Earthlings become satiated!  Anu the words heard, by the words he was amazed:  That by life essences one kind to another leads is not unheard of!  To them words back he sent.  That on Earth a Civilized Man from the Adamu so quickly appeared, that is unheard of!  For sowing and husbanding, great numbers are needed;  perchance the beings to proliferate are unable?"

       "While the savants on Nibiru the matter contemplated,  In Eridu occurrences of import took place:   Adapa in a mating Titi knew, into her womb he poured his semen.    There was conception, there was birth-giving:  To twins, two brothers, Titi gave birth!   Word of the birth to Anu on Nibiru was beamed:  The twosome for conception are compatable, proliferation by them can occur!"  You almost know the names of Titi's twins!  One was  The other Aba.el.

       "Let seeds that are sown, ewes that sheep become, to Earth be delivered,  Let on Earth farming and shepherding begin, let us all be satiated!   So did Enki and Enlil to Anu on Nibiru say.   Let Titi in Eridu remain, the newborns to suckle and nurture,  Let Adapa the Earthling to Nibiru be brought!  So did Anu his dicision declare."


     That Anu wished to see this new Earthling named Adapa that Enki had lied to him about, and wished to have him brought to Nibiru, the planet on which Anu (the king of the gods) lived himself seems evident from several Mesopotamian stories, but the stories are not consistent, and the excuse for this trip varies with the stories.  I will here give you Sitchin's latest choice of the story he chooses to support.

      I'd interpret the picture seal impression picture above as supporting this trip, although such picture seals do not come with labels, and can, like the stories, mean whatever the viewer wishes them to mean.

      The figure on the left is dressed as a priest-servant, and may be Adapa, who served Lord Enki in this role.  The two figures in the fish-suits are astronauts, in this case Nergal and Dumuzi.  The apparatus between them is an interesting depiction of a fishing boat or sky-chariot of some sort.   And above them in the winged circle is Anu on the planet Nibiru.

Adapa, the First Human Astronaut

(Mislead by More Lies!)

     "Let Adapa the Earthling to Nibiru be brought!  So did Anu his decision declare.   By the decision Enlil was not pleased:  Whoever of this would have thought,  That by a Primitive Worker fashioning, like us the being would become,  With knowledge, endowed, between Heaven and Earth will travel!   On Nibiru the waters of long life he will drink, the food of long life he will eat,  Like one of us Anunnaki shall the one of Earth become!   So was Enlil to Enki and the other leaders saying."

      "By the decision of Anu Enki too was not pleased; sullen was his face after Anu had spoken.   After Enlil had spoken, with Enlil his brother Enki agreed:   Indeed, who of this would have thought!   So to the others Enki did say.   The brothers sat and contemplated; Ninmah with them was also deliberating.    The command of Anu cannot be avoided!  to them she said.  Let Adapa by our young ones to Nibiru be accompanied, his fright to deminish, to Anu things explain!   So did Enki to the others say.   Let Ningishzidda and Dumuzi his companions be,  By the way, Nibiru for the first time with their eyes also see!  By Ninmah was the suggestion favored:  Our young ones, on Earth born,  Of Nibiru are forgetting, its life cycles by those of Earth are overwhelmed;  Let the two sons of Enki, as yet unmarried, to Nibiru also travel,   Perchance brides for themselves they shall find!"

      "When the next celestial chamber from Nibiru did arrive in Sippar,  Ilabrat, a visier of Anu, from the chamber stepped off.   I have come to fetch the Earthling Adapa!    So to the leaders he said.  The leaders to Ilabrat Adapa presented; Titi and her sons to him they also showed.   Indeed, in our image and after our likeness they are!  So did Ilabrat say."

       "To Ilabrat Ningishzidda and Dumuzi, sons of Enki, were presented.  To accompany Adapa on his journey they have been selected!  to him Enki said.   Anu his grandchildren to see will be pleased!  So  did Ilabrat say."

       "To hear instructions, Enki Adapa to him summoned.  To Adapa thus he said:   Adapa, to Nibiru, the planet whence we have come, you will be going,  Before Anu our king you will come, to his majesty you will be presented;  Before him you shall bow.  Speak only when asked, to questions short  answers give!    New clothing you will be given; the new garments put on.   A bread not on Earth they will give; the bread is death, do not eat!    In a chalice an elixir to drink they to you will give; the elixir is death, do not drink!   With you Ningishzidda and Dumuzi my sons will journey, to their words hearken, and you shall live!  So did Enki Adapa instruct.   This I shall remember!  Adapa said."   

       Zecharia Sitchin, in pages 175 through 217 relates, using the ancient Mesopotamian tablets as well as the Bible, how Lord Enlil and Enki's plan to make sure Adapa and his children (Civilized Mankind), did not attain "Eternal Life" worked out.   Anu, king of the gods was puzzled by Adapa's strange behavior, his refusal to eat or drink anything on Nibiru, until he read a secret tablet sent by Enki in which Enki revealed that he was Adapa's real father by an Earthling mother, and that his plans for saving both gods and men on earth depended on Adapa's remaining an ordinary human.   A rather familiar story to those of us who are Christians! 

      Adapa and Ningishzidda returned immediately to earth with seeds to plant, while Dumuzi waited another Shar (3600 years) to return with pregnant ewes to start up animal husbandry.  Adapa's son Kain was an accomplished farmer with a 3600 year start on the animal husbandry Abael began with the stock Dumuzi brought down from "Heaven".   

      There was a winter-long argument over who was providing the greatest benefit to hungry humans and gods, and when water became short in supply in the area they both were working in, Abael drove his sheep across Kain's fields to drink up the dwindling water in his ditches, and Kain struck Abael repeatedly on the head with a large rock.  For this murder, Kain was exiled, not executed, because his genetic bloodline was too valuable to extinguish.  Finally he was killed by a falling rock while building a city.   But not until he attended the deathbed gathering of Adapa's by then very large family. 



       Adapa in the Mesopotamian history, although deprived of "Eternal Life" by Enki's lies and manipulations, still lived a lot longer than the second Biblical "Adam".  The one whose name was capitalized and in Genesis 5:5 lived 930 years.  Writes Sitchen: "in the midst of the ninety-third Shar was he born, by the end of the one hundred and eighth he died.  A long life for an Earthling he had; the life cycle of Enki he did not have."   108 minus 94 1/2 equals 14 1/2 Shars.  That's about 53,500 earth-years.   

       Adapa was almost totally blind by the time he died, and at his request Ninurta, one of the Nibiru gods, was dispatched to fetch Kain in a sky-ship from a far-away part of Earth where Kain was then living (perhaps South America).   Ningishzidda had altered Kain's genetic makeup so that Kain could not grow a beard, so that's how his blind father recognized him for his deathbed blessing. (It appears to me this story was recycled  by the Hebrews also -- in the story of Isaac.) 

Enkime (Enoch) the Man 

Who Rode the Heavens Forever!

    As children, those of us who attended parochial schools learned of Enoch, the "seventh from Adam", who "walked with God and was not for God took him."  (Genesis 5:24).  This is one of a limited number of subjects in which the New Testament perfectly agrees with the Old Testament, and Hebrews 11:5 makes certain that no one can explain away God "taking" Enoch as an unexplained disappearance or early death.  The author of Hebrews makes himself perfectly clear.  "By faith Enoch was translatied that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God."


     A very interesting thing appears to have happened to two major books credited to Enoch that were being circulated in the days of Jesus, Peter, Paul, and Jesus' brother Jude.  These four all quoted from "Enoch" with almost half of Jude a direct quotation from the man God translated to heaven.

     The early church fathers had problems with Enoch's named angels, his not blaming Eve for the sins of mankind, and his stories of angels cohabiting with human women.  So by the time of Eusebius, the books were no longer being copied and circulated.

     The "Books of Enoch" go far beyond the short summary given in Genesis 5:18-24 "And Jared lived an hundred and sixty and two years, and he begat Enoch:  And Jared lived after he begat Enoch eight hundred years, and begat sons and daughters:  And all the days of Jared were nine hundred sixty and two years: and he died.   And Enoch lived sixty and five years, and begat Methusalah;  And Enoch walked with God after he begat Methusaleh three hundred years, and begat sons and daughters:  And all the days of Enoch were three hundred and sixty and five years:  And Enoch walked with God; and he was not; for God took him."

      In the "Books of Enoch", Enoch himself tells his own story, with times, places, and what he saw on both heaven and earth.  What it was like when he ascended to heaven --

      And  what it was like to watch the judgment of the angels that sinned with human women --

        And even what it was like to be called up to the very throne of Almighty God himself to discuss with God how these angels should be punished for their sins!

        Zecharia Sitchin, in "The Lost Book of Enki" identifies "Enoch" as Enkime, a descendent of Adama, the first Civilized Man, and biological son of Enki and an Earling woman Enki met on a riverbank not far from Enki's city Eridu in E.DIN.    We read on page 189: "At a well in the meadows did Irid  (Jared) his spouse meet;   Baraka was her name, the daughter of his mother's brother she was.  At the conclusion of the hundred and second Shar a son to them was born,  By the name Enki-ME.   Understanding, in the annals he was called.   Wise and intelligent he was, numbers he quickly understood,   About the heavens and all matters celestial he was constantly curious."

       "To him the lord Enki took a liking, secrets once to Adapa revealed to him he told.   Of  the family of the Sun and the twelve celestial gods Enki him was teaching.  And how the months by the Moon were counted and the years by the Sun,  And how by Nibiru the Shars were counted, and how the counts by Enki were combined,  How the lord Enki the circle of the heavens to twelve parts divided,  A constellation to each one how Enki assigned, twelve stations in a grand circle he arranged,  How to honor the twelve Anunnaki great leaders by names the stations were called."

      "To explore the heavens Enkime was eager; two celestial journeys he did make.   And this is the account of Enkime's journeys to the heavens,  And how the Igigi troubles and intermarriages by Marduk were started.   To be with Marduk in the Landing Place Enkime was sent,   From there Marduk in a rocketship to the Moon did him take."

      "There what Marduk from his father Enki had learned to Enkime he did teach.   When to Earth Enkime returned, to be with Utu in Sipper, the Place of the Chariots, he was sent.   There a tablet for writing what he was learning by Utu to Enkime was given,   Utu in his bright abode a Prince of Earthlings him installed.   The rites him he taught, the functions of priesthood to begin."  

      "In Sipper with his spouse Edinni, (Edna) a half sister, Enkime resided,   To him in the one hundred and fourth Shar a son was born, (By then Enkime was at least 3600 years old, maybe 4600) Matushal his mother him named,  Who by the Bright Waters Raised the name meant.   It was after that that Enkime on his second journey to the heavens went,   This time too Marduk was his mentor and companion.   In a celestial chariot heavenward they soured, toward the Sun and away from it they circled.   To visit the Igigi on Lahmu by Marduk he was taken,   To him the Igigi a liking took, of Civilized Earthlings from him they learned.  Of him it is in the Annals said that to the heavens he departed,    That in the heavens he stayed till the end of his days."

       This picture shows one of our current space shuttles docked at our own space 

       station.  It is quite possible Enkime (Enoch) lived for many thousands of years 

       at such a space station, treated as an equal by the "Heavenly Astronauts".

      "Before Enkime for the heavens departed, all that is in the heavens he was taught.   In writings Enkime a record made, for his sons to know he wrote it;   All that is in the heavens in the family of the Sun he wrote down,  And about the quarters of the Earth and its lands and its rivers too.   To the hands of Matushal, his firstborn son, the writings he entrusted,  With his brothers Ragim and Gaidad to study and abide by."


        It is my goal in this series of pages not to prove the Bible

      "wrong" but to fill in some details that the Bible's authors

        left out because they judged them unsuitable for those

        they saw as their target

        congregation or audience  --

        and to re-interpret some symbolism and parables for

        a more modern and better educated group of readers.


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