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The Anunnaki

Now that we can link the Anunnaki with God (or The Gods) we can learn more about who The Gods in the bible are.

Let’s have a look at some of these old texts:

The Sumerian king’s list

The Sumerian King List is an ancient document that records the reigns of rulers from different Sumerian cities. It’s unique for its mixture of pre-dynastic kings, who reigned for thousands of years, and historical figures.

The list is significant as it represents one of the earliest systematic historical records, and it’s a key source for understanding early Mesopotamian civilization. Here is the summary:

Antediluvian rulers – Total span of 241,200 Years
First dynasty of Kish – Total span of 24,510 Years
First rulers of Uruk – Total span of 2,310 years
First dynasty of Ur – Total span of 167 years

Intuitively I thought that the years didn’t represent years, but the shortest reign was Uruk, in the 3rd dynasty: 25 years. So even if we divide that number by itself (assuming that the shortest a king can reign is 1 year) the total amount of years still exceeds 50,000 years.

I know, your skeptical mind says this is not possible. So just let it sink in and before we go to the next document, make a note of the fact that earlier kings reigned significantly longer than later kings.


The Atrahasis Epic is an ancient Mesopotamian text, dating back to around 1700 BCE.

The narrative begins with the gods laboring to create the world. The lesser gods, burdened with hard work, complain and rebel against the higher gods, leading to the creation of humans to bear the burdens of labor.

When the gods instead of man
Did the work, bore the loads,
The gods’ load was too great,
The work too hard, the trouble too much,
The great Anunnaki made the Igigi
Carry the workload sevenfold.

Humans are created by the god Enki and the mother goddess Mami to relieve the gods of their labor. Atrahasis is one of these first humans, a wise and pious figure.

Belet-ili the womb-goddess is present
Let her create primeval man
So that he may bear the yoke [( )],
So that he may bear the yoke, [the work of Ellil],
Let man bear the load of the gods!’

Nintu shall mix clay
With his flesh and his blood.
Then a god and a man
Will be mixed together in clay.
Let us hear the drumbeat forever after,
Let a ghost come into existence from the god’s flesh,
Let her proclaim it as his living sign,
And let the ghost exist so as not to forget (the
slain god).’

As humans multiply, they become noisy and disturb the peace of the gods. In response, the gods decide to control the human population. They unleash a series of plagues and disasters, including famine and drought, but each time Atrahasis makes offerings to the gods, and Enki advises him on how to counter these disasters.

Finally, the god Enlil decides to send a great flood to wipe out humanity. Enki, who is sympathetic to humans, warns Atrahasis of the impending flood and instructs him to build a boat. Atrahasis heeds the warning, builds a boat, and brings his family and animals aboard.

The flood destroys all life except for those on Atrahasis’s boat. After the flood, the gods regret their decision, realizing they now lack humans to provide them with food and offerings. Enki proposes a solution to control the human population through natural means like infertility, infant mortality, and the establishment of various classes of women, some of whom cannot bear children.

These texts are simular to the story of Adam and Eve and Noah and the Great Flood.

In the next chamber we dive into the story of Adam and Eve, or to be more precise: The Adam race and the eve.

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