Sumer

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Sumer

Our curiosity is aroused by a scene depicted on a rock carving found in the mountains of southern Elam. It depicts a seated deity holding a "laboratory" flask from which liquids are

flowing - a familiar depiction of Enki.

A Great Goddess is seated next to him, a pose that indicates that she was a co-worker rather than a spouse; she could be none other than Ninti, the Mother Goddess or Goddess of Birth.

The stage was set for the Deluge - the momentous event which was to wipe off the face of Earth not only the human race but all life upon the land and in the skies.

And the Deity saw that the wickedness of Man was great on the earth, and that every desire of his heart's thoughts was only evil, every day. And the Deity repented that He had made Man upon the earth, and His heart grieved.

And the Deity said: "I will destroy the Earthling whom I have created off the face of the earth."

The repeated use of the term flesh, both in the accusative verses and in the proclamations of judgment, suggest, of course, that the corruptions and violations had to do with the flesh. The Deity grieved over the evil "desire of Man's thoughts." Man, it would seem, having discovered sex, had become a sex maniac.

 

But one can hardly accept that the Deity would decide to wipe Mankind off the face of Earth simply because men made too much love to their wives. The Mesopotamian texts speak freely and eloquently of sex and lovemaking among the gods.

There are texts describing tender love between gods and their consorts; illicit love between a maiden and her lover; violent love (as when Enlil and Ninlil).

 

 

Attempt to terminate early mankind.

 

After describing the hard work of the Anunnaki, their mutiny, and the ensuing creation of the Primitive Worker, the epic relates how Man (as we also know from the biblical version) began to procreate and multiply.

 

In time, Mankind began to upset Enlil.

The land extended, the people multiplied;

In the land like wild bulls they lay.

The god got disturbed by their conjugations;

The god Enlil heard their pronouncements, and said the great gods:

"Oppressive have become the pronouncements of Mankind;

Their conjugations deprive me of sleep."

Enlil - once again cast as the prosecutor of Mankind - then ordered a punishment.

The Akkadian and Assyrian versions of the epic speak of "aches, dizziness, chills, fever" as well as "disease,

sickness, plague, and pestilence" afflicting Mankind and its livestock following Enlil's call for punishment.

We would expect to read now of the coming Deluge. But not so.

Surprisingly, Enlil an Anunnaki did not even mention a Deluge or any similar watery ordeal. Instead, he called for the

decimation of Mankind through pestilence and illnesses.

But Enlil's scheme did not work. The "one who was exceedingly wise" - Atra-Hasis - happened to be especially

close to the god Enki.

Telling his own story in some of the versions, he says, "I am Atra-Hasis; I lived in the temple of Ea my lord."

With "his mind alert to his Lord Enki," Atra-Hasis appealed to him to undo his brother Enlil's plan:

 

"Ea, O Lord, Mankind groans; the anger of the gods consumes the land.

Yet it is thou who hast created us! Let there cease the aches, the dizziness, the chills, the fever!"

Until more pieces of the broken-off tablets are found, we shall not know what Enki's advice was.

He said of something, "... let there appear in the land." Whatever it was, it worked and medicine appeared.

Soon thereafter, Enlil complained bitterly to the gods that "the people have not diminished;

they are more numerous than before!"

He then proceeded to outline the extermination of Mankind through starvation by weather control.

"Let supplies be cut off from the people; in their bellies, let fruit and vegetables be wanting!"

The famine was to be achieved through natural forces, by a lack of rain and failing irrigation, sickness of animal and crops.

 

Let the rains of the rain god be withheld from above; Below, let the waters not rise from their sources. Let the wind blow and parch the ground; Let the clouds thicken, but hold back the downpour.(use of scalar waves)

 

The rapidly expanding world population is now putting again not only pressure on the earth but also these forces living in hiding.

A significant portion of Dulce and its surroundings ''the base'' is geared toward maintaining the survival of the alien population. The main focus of these facilities appears to be acquisition and processing of biological materials in order to assure a supply of DNA and other biological materials for production of both aliens

nd synthetic lifeforms.

Their main way to control the number in population of humans by them is through the introduction of diseases which are genetic engineered in labs there and then released into our communities.Nor will there be a happy ending. Due to the introduction of advanced tunneling machines there teritory has been expanding rapidly and the ability to use human females to grow and expand their popylation greatly. We are now back at the early stages in which the decision was taken to remove the genetically chanced human race but failed.

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