The gods-Who’s Who

BANDA: Banda succeeded his father, Enmerkar, as king of Uruk. He married Ninmah’s daughter, Ninsun, who bore Gilgamesh.

BATANASH: She was wife of Enki’s foreman before the Deluge, but made love with Enki and bore Ziusudra-Noah.

BAU: She was King Anu’s huge youngest daughter and married Enlil’s son Ninurta. She ran the Medical Center for Earthlings and chose to die with them when the fallout from the nuclear bombs killed everyone in Lagash.

DAMKINA: Damkina wed Enki and bore Marduk, Nergal, Gibil, Dumuzi and Ninagal. Ningishzidda planted a zygote made with Adamu’s blood in Damkina. Our ancestress, Ti-Amat, carried Damkina’s mitochondrial DNA. Damkina raised Adamu and Ti-Amat.

Dumuzi (AKA) Tammuz, Adonis): Enki’s youngest son, he tried to make peace between the Enlilites and Enkiites, but Marduk told his sister to seduce Dumuzi and then cry “RAPE!” Marduk’s men ran Dumuzi to his death. Inanna mummified his body and hoped he could be revived on Nibiru.

ENKI (AKA Ea, Adonai, Poseidon, Neptune, Aquarius, Ptah, Serpent, Vulcan, Merlin and Melchezidek). He is shown with entwined serpents (he did found the Brotherhood of the Snake, a secret society that thrived in different forms all up through history). Enki betrothed his sister Ninmah, but Anu forbade their marriage when Enlil impregnated her. Anu deposed Alalu as king and voided Marduk’s claim to the throne. Anu made Enlil his heir instead. For the Earth Expedition he put Enki over the sea and the gold mining, but he made Enlil Commander of All. Enki and Ninmah worked together inventing a slave race and producing daughters, which Enki kept impregnating. Ningishzidda worked with the others to create our Nibiran/erectus hybrid ancestors, to solve the labor shortage at the gold mine. They needed slaves who could handle the backbreaking work without complaining, but had enough intelligence to follow directions. This became a very interesting problem and it would not be resolved until after the Flood with the great Sumerian civilization.

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