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     Long ago, but not far away, relatively speaking, there was our sun, and there were our other planets of our solar system, but the planet we now call earth looked much different than it does now, and the moon that we are so familiar with was smaller and perhaps closer to our "Mother", whose name, the ancient scribes report, was Tiamat.

       Tiamat was attacked by a moon or moons of another rogue planet wandering through space from another solar system and because of this incredibly violent attack, part of Tiamat was chopped into many, many pieces, the largest piece of which became our moon.   A lot of little pieces of the planet that was our "Mother" are still out there in space scattered over a vast area between the planet Mars and Saturn as what we now call the "Asteroid Belt".  A photograph of the "Asteroid Belt" is shown below.

     After this Celestial Battle billions of years went by, and the Seeds of Life, transferred to earth during the Celestial Battle, continued to grow on earth as they were already growing on the planet Nibiru.    Perhaps because earth was now much smaller than it had been originally, and smaller than Nibiru, gravity was less on earth, and the 24 hour days and summer and winter growing seasons allowed a giant race of lizards to develop we call the dinosaurs.   But some cosmic event, perhaps caused during one of the fly-bys of Nibiru, brought about the extinction of the mighty dinosaurs a mere 300 million years ago.  An advanced race of mammals evolved on Nibiru, fought numerous wars, developed atomic weapons and advanced space-craft, and learned that a breach in their atmosphere could only be efficiently repaired by finely ground gold dust, that could remain suspended in their outer atmosphere.  However, the asteroid belt, created by the Cosmic Battle almost 4 billion years before Alalu's rebellion, had prevented astronauts from Nibiru from visiting earth and obtaining the gold so urgently needed.        

    The advanced race living on Nibiru got to that high technological state partly because they had developed a written language, first using picture-writing, and then developing an alphabet using wedge-shaped characters pushed into wet clay tablets using a special stylus by trained scribes who could both read and write.   Extensive records were kept, laws were decided upon and enforced, and inventions made that could be duplicated and mass-produced by others who could read the records and procedures of other technicians and scientists who had lived and worked before them.   This writing, called cuneiform, is shown by the picture below.

      Some scholars, such as Zechariah Sitchin, can read this cuneiform writing and interpret the pictures that both preceded and accompanied the written documents, now available once again due to the discovery of a vast library of them in the ruins of ancient Nineveh, and elsewhere in the Middle East.   Parallel histories in the Bible can now be verified and added to because of these discoveries.  Now we can discover a lot of the details only briefly and vaguely alluded to in Psalms 89:10 and Isaiah 51:9.   And also in Genesis, by ignoring a later agenda that promoted the creation of heaven, earth, light, sun, moon, and stars, plants, fish and fowl, animals and humans, and a Sabbath day of rest in only seven 24 hour earth days.   This agenda, it turns out, was initiated by the heavenly astronauts themselves, who on their own planet were experiencing "days" that were 3600 years of earth-days long, so what appears to be extremely improbable to us was almost reasonable and logical to them.

      Even our next episode, the venturing of the rebel prince Alalu to earth, to be declared the First God of Earth is recorded in the Bible Book of Revelation and in the Book of Isaiah (chapter 14) slightly altered to meet the religious needs of people who needed a "Satan" to blame their misdeeds on, and an adversary for Yahweh-Jehovah of the Old Testament scriptures, and Jesus Christ of the New Testament scriptures.   That this Biblical story is lifted almost verbatim from the ancient records recorded millennia ago, and now newly interpreted by Zechariah Sitchin in "The Lost Book of Enki" seems obvious to me, and I assume it will be obvious to at least some of my readers.

     Revelation 12:1 "And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun (Tiamat, the wife of the Sun Anzu), and the moon (Kingu) under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars (the twelve constellations of the Zodiac);

     2 And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, (this earth will be that child), and pained to be delivered.

     3 And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, (first Nibiru, later Alalu) having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads (seven being the number of earth, the seventh heavenly body encountered by the heavenly astronauts)

     4 And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth (those princes of Nibiru that sided with Alalu in his rebellion against Lahma, the king of "heaven"); and the dragon (Alalu) stood before the woman, which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child (the first human, Adamu) as soon as it was born.

     5 And she (now Earth) brought forth a man child (first Adamu, later Adama), who was to rule all nations with a rod of iron: and her child was caught up unto God (according to this history, Adama ascended in a space-craft to visit Anu, then God of Nibiru) and to his throne (a throne located in Agade, the capital city of Nibiru).

     6 And the woman (Tiamat, earth) fled into the wilderness (of space) where she had a place (an altered orbit) prepared by God (the Creator of All), that they should feed her there a thousand two hundred and threescore days.

     7 And there was war in heaven: Michael (Anu, not Alalu) and his angels fought against the dragon (Alalu): and the dragon fought and his angels.  8 And prevailed not; neither was their place found  any more in heaven. (Alalu was eventually exiled to Mars with some of his supporters)

    9 And the great dragon (Alalu) was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him."

      Cast Out!

     The Lost Book of Enki, page 38 "In the palace (Agade, on Nibiru) Anu was for Alalu the cupbearer.   He would bow at Alalu's feet, set the drinking cup in Alalu's hand.  Alalu was the king; Anu as a servant by him was treated.   In the land rejoicing receded; rains were withheld, winds blew harder.    The belching by volcanoes did not increase, the breach in the atmosphere did not heal.  In the heavens Nibiru in its circuits kept coursing; from circuit to circuit  heat and cold grew harder to suffer."

        "The people of Nibiru  ceased to revere their king; instead of relief, misery he caused!    Alalu on the throne remained seated.  The strong and wise Anu, foremost among the princes, was standing before him.  He would bow to Alalu's feet, set the drinking cup in Alalu's hand.  For nine counted periods Alalu was king on Nibiru." (9 times 3600 equals 32,400 earth years)."

       "In the ninth Shar, Anu gave battle to Alalu.  To hand-to-hand combat, with bodies naked, Alalu he challenged.  Let the winner be king, Anu said.   They grappled with each other in the public square; doorposts trembled and walls shook.  Alalu bent his knee; to the ground he fell on his chest.  Alaluin combat was defeated; by acclaim Anu was hailed as king.   Anu to the palace was escorted; Alalu to the palace did not return."

      "From the crowds he stealthily escaped, of dying like Lahma he was fearful.  Unbeknownst to others, to the place of the celestial chariots he hurriedly went.   Into a missile-throwing chariot Alalu climbed; its hatch behind him he closed.   The forepart chamber he entered; the commander's seat he occupied.   That-Which-Shows-the-Way he lit up, with bluish aura the chamber filling.   The Fire Stones he stirred up; their hum like music was enthralling.   The chariots Great Cracker he enlivened; a reddish brilliance it was casting.   Unbeknowst to others, in the celestial boat Alalu from Nibiru escaped.  To snow-hued Earth Alalu set his course; by a secret from the Beginning he chose his destination."

      The Second Tablet 

Begins on Page 41

       "To snow-hued earth Alalu set his course; by a secret from the Beginning he chose his destination.   To regions forbidden Alalu made his way; no one has gone there before,  No one at the Hammered Bracelet a crossing had attempted."

      "A secret from the Beginning Alalu's course has determined.  The fate of Nibiru in his hands it placed, by a scheme his kingship to make universal!   On Nibiru exile was certain, there death itself he was chancing.   In his scheme, risk was in the journey; eternal glory of success was the reward!"

      "Riding like an eagle, Alalu the heavens scanned; below, Nibiru was a ball in a voidness hanging.   Alluring was its figure, its radience emblazoned the surrounding heavens.   Its measure was enormous, its belchings fire blazed forth.  Its life-sustaining envelope, its hue a redness, was like a sea churning;  In its midst the breach was distinct, like a darkened wound.  He looked again, the wide breach turned into a small tub.   He looked again, Nibiru's great ball turned into a small fruit; The next time he looked, in the wide dark sea Nibiru disappeared."

      "Remorse the heart of Alalu grasped, fear held him in its hands; decision to hesitation turned.   To halt in his tracks Alalu considered; then from audacity to decision he returned."

      "A hundred leagues, a thousand leagues the chariot was coursing; ten thousand leagues the chariot was journeying.   In the wide heavens darkness was the darkest; in the faraway, distant stars their eyes were blinking.   More leagues Alalu traveled, then a sight of great joy met his gaze.   In the expanse of the heavens, the celestials' emissary was him greeting!"

        "Little Gaga (Pluto) the One who shows the Way, by its circuit Alalu was greeting, a welcome extending.   With a leaning gait, before and after the celestial Antu it was destined to travel,  To face forward, to face backward, with two facings was it endowed.   Its appearance as first to greet Alalu as a good omen he at once considered;  By the celestial gods he is welcomed! So was his understanding.  In his chariot Alalu followed Gaga's path; to the second god of the heavens it was directing."

view from the surface of Pluto

       "Soon celestial Antu  (Neptune), its name by King Enshar was given in the deep's darkness was looming.  Blue as the pure waters was her hue; of the Upper Waters she was the commencement.   Alalu by the sight's beauty was enchanted; to course at a distance he continued."

      "In the far beyond Antu's spouse began to shimmer, by size Antu's the equal;  As his spouse's double, by a greenish blueness was An (Uranus) distinguished.   A dazzling host encircled it on its side; with firm grounds they were provided.   To the two celestials Alalu bade a fond farewell, the path of Gaga still discerning.   The way it was showing to its olden master, of whom it was once the counselor."

     "To Anshar (Saturn), the formost Prince of the Heavens, the course was a-turning.   By the speeding chariot, Alalu the ensnaring pull of Anshar could tell. With bright rings of dazzling colors the chariot it was enchanting!  His gaze to one side quickly turned,  That Which Shows the Way with might he diverted."

      "A sight most awesome then to him appeared: In the faraway heavens the family's bright star he discerned!  A sight most frightening the revelation followed:  A giant monster, in its destiny moving, upon the Sun a darkening cast; Kishar its creator swallowed!  Frightening was its occurence; an evil omen, Alalu indeed thought."

From right to left, Alalu has passed Pluto, Neptune, Saturn and Jupiter (center)

      "The giant Kishar (Jupiter) foremost of the Firm Planets, its size was overwhelming.  Swirling storms obscured its face, colored spots they moved about;  A host beyond counting, some quickly, some slowly, the celestial god encircled.   Troublesome were their ways, back and forth they were surging.   Kishar itself a spell was casting, divine lightnings it was thrusting.    As Alalu looked on, his course became upset,  His direction was distracted, his doings became confused.  Then the deepest darkening began to depart: Kishar on his destiny continued to circuit.  Slowly moving, its veil from the shining Sun it lifted; the One from the Beginning came fully  into view."

     "Joy in Alalu's heart was not long-lasting;  Beyond the fifth planet the utmost danger was lurking, so indeed he knew.   The  Hammered Bracelet ahead was reigning, to demolish it was awaiting."

     "Of rocks and boulders was it together hammered, like orphans with no mother they banded together.  Surging back and forth, a bygone destiny they followed;  Their doings were loathsome; troubling were their ways.  Nibiru's probing chariots like preying lions  they devoured; The precious gold, needed for surviving, they refused to dislodge."

      "The chariot of Alalu  toward the Hammered Bracelet was headlong moving,  The forocious boulders in close combat to boldly face.  Alalu the Fire Stones in his chariot  more strongly stirred up,   That Which Shows the Way with steady hands he directed.   The ominous boulders against the chariot charged forward, like an enemy in battle attacking."

      "Toward them Alalu a  death-dealing missile from the chariot let loose;  Then another and another against the enemy the terror weapons he thrust.  As frightened warriors the boulders turned back, a path for Alalu  granting.  Like a spell the Hammered Bracelet a doorway to the king it opened.   In the deep darkness Alalu the heavens could clearly see;  By the Bracelet's ferocity he was not defeated, his mission was not ended!"

      "In the distance, the Sun's fiery ball its brilliance was sending forth; Welcoming rays toward Alalu it was emitting."

     "Before it, a red-brown planet on its circuit was coursing; the sixth in the count of the celestial gods it was.   Alalu could but glimpse it: On its destined course from Alalu's path it was quickly moving.  Then snow-hued Earth appeared, the seventh in the celestial count."

      "Toward the planet Alalu set his course, to a destination most inviting.  Smaller than Nibiru was its alluring ball, weaker than Nibiru's was its attracting net.  Its atmosphere thinner than Nibiru's was, clouds were within it swirling.  Below, the Earth to three regions was divided: Snow white at the top and at the bottom, blue and brown in between."

      "Deftly Alalu spread the chariot's arresting wings around the earth's ball to circle.   In the middle region dry lands and watery oceans he could descern.   The Beam That Penetrates downward he directed, Earth's innards to detect.  I have attained it! ecstatically he shouted:   Gold, much gold, the beam has indicated; it was beneath the dark-hued region, in the waters it was too!"

      "With pounding heart Alalu a decision was contemplating:  Shall he on dry land his chariot bring down, perhaps to crash and die?  Shall he to the waters his course direct, to perchance into oblivion sink?  Which way shall he survive, will he the treasured gold discover?"

      "In the Eagle's seat Alalu was not stirring; to fate's hands the chariot he entrusted.   Fully caught in the Earth's attracting net, the chariot was moving faster.  Its spread wings became aglow; Earth's atmosphere like an oven was.   Then the chariot shook, emitting a mortifying thunder.  With abruptness the chariot crashed, with a suddenness altogether stopping.   Senseless from the shaking, stunned by the crash, Alalu was without moving.   Then he opened his eyes and knew he was among the living.  At the planet of gold he victoriously arrived."



   Alas, although Alalu had just

  made the most important 

  discovery in the history of gods

  and mankind, at mortal risk to 

  himself, Marduk, son of Enki was destined to

  become the ultimate hero of these stories.

   And, later, Yahweh and Jesus of the Bible!

   (we read of Alalu's crash and of his regaining consciousness on page 46 of Zechariah Sitchin's "The Lost Book of Enki" at which point the story seamlessly merges into an account of "Earth and its Gold" and the creation of the planets, and Nibiru's conquest of Tiamat in the Celestial Battle, later converted to Marduk's conquest of Tiamat, the "politically correct" and "religiously correct" version.   It is not until page 56, ten pages later, that the story of Alalu's discovery of our world can and does continue.)

     "At the planet of gold Alalu victoriously arrived, his chariot  with a thunder crashing.   With a beam he scanned the place, his whereabouts to discover;  His chariot on dry land descended, at the edge of extended marshes it landed. "
       "He put on an Eagle's helmet, he put on a Fish's suit. The chariot's hatch he opened; at the opened hatch he stopped to wonder.  Dark hued was the ground, blue-white were the skies; No sound there was, there was no one to bid him welcome.  Alone on an alien planet he stood, perchance from Nibiru forever exiled!"

      "To the ground himself he lowered, on the darkened soil he stepped;  There were hills in the distance; nearby much vegetation there was.  Ahead of him there were marshes, into the marsh he stepped; by the waters' coolness he shuddered.   Back to the dry ground he stepped; alone on an alien planet he stood!" 

     "With thoughts he was possessed, of spouse and offspring with longing he remembered; Was he forever from Nibiru exiled?  Of that again and again he wondered."

     "To the chariot he soon returned, with food and drink to be sustained.  Then deep sleep him overcame, a powerful slumber.  How long he slept he could not remember; what awakened him he could not tell.  A brightness was outside, a brilliance on Nibiru unseen.  A pole from the chariot he extended; with a Tester it was equipped.  It breathed the planet's air; compatibility it indicated!   The chariot's hatch he opened, at the open hatch he took a breath.   Another breath he took, then another and another; the air of Ki (earth) indeed compatible was!"

     "Alilu clapped his hands, a song of joy he was singing.   Without an Eagle's helmet, without a Fish's suit, to the ground himself he lowered. The brightness outside was blinding; the rays of the Sun were overpowering!  Into the chariot he returned, a mask for the eyes he donned."

     "He picked up the carried weapon, he picked up the handy Sampler. To the ground himself he lowered, on the dark-hued soil he stepped.  He made his way toward the marshes; dark greenish were the waters. By the marsh's edge there were pebbles; Alalu picked a pebble, into the marsh he thrust it.  In the marsh a moving his eyes glimpsed: The waters with fishes were filled!  Into the marsh the Sampler he lowered, the murky waters to consider;  For drinking the water was not fit, Alalu greatly disappointing."

    "He turned away from the marshes, in the direction of the hills he went.  He made his way through vegetation; bushes to trees gave way. The place was like an orchard, the trees with fruits were laden.  By their sweet smell enticed, Alalu picked a fruit; in his mouth he put it.  Sweet was the smell, sweeter the taste was!  Alalu greatly in it delighted."

     "Away from the Sun's rays Alalu was walking, toward the hills he set his direction.  Among the trees a wetness under his feet he sensed, a sign of closeby waters. In the direction of the wetness he set his course;  In the midst of the forest there was a pool, a pool of silent waters.   Into the pond the Sampler he lowered; for drinking the water was good!"

     "Alalu laughed; an unstopping laughter seized him.   The air was good, the water for drinking was fit; there was fruit, there were fishes! With eagerness Alalu bent down, together his hands he cupped, water to his mouth he brought.  A coolness did the water have, a taste from Nibiru's water different."

      "Once more he drank, then with fright he asunder jumped:  A hissing sound he could hear; a slithering body by the poolside was moving!   His carried weapon he siezed, a blast of its ray toward the hissing he directed.   The moving stopped, the hissing was ended.  To examine the danger Alalu stepped forward.   The slithered body lay still; dead was the creature, a sight most strange:  Like a rope its long body was, without hands or feet was the body; Fierce eyes were in its small head, out of its mouth a long tongue was sticking."

       "A sight on Nibiru never beheld it was, a creature of another world! Was it the oechard's guardian?  Alalu by himself pondered.  Was it the water's master?  himself he asked.   In his carried flask he some of the water collected; with alertness to the chariot he made his way.  The sweet fruits he also picked; to the chariot  he set his course.  The brightness of the Sun's rays was greatly diminished; darkness it was as the chariot he reached."

     "The shortness of the day Alalu pondered, its shortness him amazed.  From the direction of the marshes a cool lightness on the horizon was rising.   A white-hued ball in the heavens was quickly rising:   Kingu (the moon), the Earth's companion, he now beheld."

     "What in the accounts of the Beginning, his eyes the truth could now see:  The planets and their circuits, the Hammered Bracelet, Ki the Earth, Kimgu its moon, all created were, all by names were called!  In his heart Alalu knew one more truth a beholding needed: The gold, the means of salvation, to be found was needed."

     "If truth be in the Beginning tales, if by the waters the golden veins of Tiamat were washed,  In the waters of Ki, its cut-off half, gold must be found!   With hands unsteady Alalu the Tester from the chariot's pole dismantled.   With trembling hands the Fish's suit he donned, the fast arriving daylight eagerly awaiting.  At daybreak the chariot he exited, to the marshes he quickly stepped.  Into deeper waters he waded, the Tester into the waters he inserted.  Its illuminated face he eagerly watched, in his chest his heart was pounding.   The water's contents  was the Tester indicating, by symbols and numbers its findings disclosing.   Then Alalu's heartbeat stopped:  There was gold in the waters, the Tester was telling!  Unsteady on his legs Alalu stepped forward, deeper into the marshes he made his way.  Again he the Tester into the waters inserted; again the Tester gold announced!"

     "A cry, a cry of triumph, from Alalu's throat emenated: Nibiru's fate in his hands now was!   Back to the chariot he made his way, the Fish's suit off he took, the commander's seat he occupied.   The Tablets of Destinies that knows all circuits he enlivened, to Nibiru's circuit to find the direction.   The Speaker-of- Words he stirred up, toward Nibiru the words to carry.   Then to Nibiru words he uttered, thus he was saying; The words of the great Alalu to Anu on Nibiru are directed.   On another world I am, the gold of salvation I have found;  The fate of Nibiru is in my hands; to my conditions you must give heed!"

 LATER: 50 Astronauts descend on Earth to Mine it's Gold!

        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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