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Ninmah arrives on Earth with a group of female nurses.
She delivers seeds to grow elixir-providing plants.
She brings Enlil news of their out-of-wedlock son Ninurta.
In the Abzu Enki establishes an abode and mining sites.
In the Edin Enlil builds space and other facilities.
Nibiruans on Earth ("Anunnaki") number six hundred.
Three hundred “Igigi" operate the facilities on Lahmu (Mars).
Exiled for date-raping Sud, Enlil learns of the hidden weapons.
Sud becomes Enlil's Spouse Ninlil, bears a son (Nannar).
Ninmah Joins Enki in the Abzu, bears him daughters.
Ninki, Enki's spouse, arrives with their son Marduk.
Clans form on Earth as Enki and Enlil beget more sons.
Beset by hardships, the Igigi launch a coup against Enlil.
Ninurta defeats their leader Anzu in aerial battles.
The Anunnaki, driven to produce gold faster, mutiny.
Enlil and Ninurta denounce the mutineers.
Enki suggests to artificially fashion Primitive Workers.

Some 445,000 years ago, astronauts from another planet came to Earth in search of
gold. Splashing down in one of Earth's seas, they waded ashore and established Eridu, "Home in
the Faraway." In time the initial settlement expanded to a full-fledged Mission Earth-with a
Mission Control Center, a spaceport, mining operations, and even a way station on Mars. Short
of manpower, the astronauts employed genetic engineering to fashion Primitive Workers-Homo
sapiens. The Deluge that catastrophically swept over the Earth required a fresh start; the
astronauts became gods, granting Mankind civilization, teaching it to worship.Then, about four
thousand years ago, all that had been achieved unraveled in a nuclear calamity, brought about
by the visitors to Earth in the course of their own rivalries and wars.

What had taken place on Earth, and especially the events since human history began, has been
culled by Zecharia Sitchin, in his The Earth Chronicles Series, from the Bible, clay tablets,
ancient myths, and archaeological discoveries. But what had preceded the events on Earth-what
had taken place on the astronauts' own planet Nibiru that caused the space journeys, the need
for gold, the creation of Man.

What emotions, rivalries, beliefs, morals (or the lack thereof) motivated the principal players in
the celestial and space sagas? What were the relationships that caused mounting tensions on
Nibiru and on Earth, what tensions arose between old and young, between those who had come
from Nibiru and those born on Earth? And to what extent was what had happened determined
by Destiny-a destiny whose record of past events holds the key to the future?

Would it not be auspicious were one of the key players, an eyewitness and one who could
distinguish between Fate and Destiny, to record for posterity the How and Where and When and
Why of it all-the First Things and perhaps the Last Things'

But that is precisely what some of them did do; and foremost among them was the very leader
who had commanded the first group of astronauts!

Scholars and theologians alike now recognize that the biblical tales of Creation, of Adam and
Eve, the Garden of Eden, the Deluge, the Tower of Babel, were based on texts written down
millennia earlier in Mesopotamia, especially by the Sumerians. And they, in turn, clearly stated
that they obtained their knowledge of past events-many from a time before civilizations began,
even before Mankind came to be-from the writings of the Anunnaki ("Those Who from Heaven
to Earth Came")-the "gods" of antiquity.

As a result of a century and a half of archaeological discoveries in the ruins of the ancient
civilizations, especially in the Near East, a great number of such early texts have been found;
the finds have also revealed the extent of missing texts-so-called lost books-which are either
mentioned in discovered texts or are inferred from such texts, or that are known to have
existed because they were cataloged in royal or temple libraries.