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Sumerian legends (a1)

ARGUMENT 1: The humanity origin version from ancient Sumerian texts

ARGUMENT 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Sumerian old texts from clay tables in very detail expains why & how modern human has been created by ancient gods e.g. alliens. Homo sapiens was created for serving ancient aliens needs. Creation process is explained in very detail - ancient aliens were using themselves as a expected format and combined as we understand existing creatures on the earth like Neanderthal or simalar because their were lacking strong mental & cognitive skills needed to understand allien orders but were very well suited for earth envinroment. New improved creature was not succesful result from the first try, but after some attemps finally satisfactory Homo Sapiens was created. Some rudiments left but there were at acceptance level by ancient alliens. What is interesting to mention that from provided Sumerian old text we get indication that allien surrogate mothers ( total 7 in number) were used to produce improved version from so to say Neanderthal or similar as a source. Our interpretations is that DNA engineering was used as a method to get result.


  • Several texts were found in Nippur ... In one of them Ninti (aka Ninhursag) says to Enki: "Create servants for the gods, so that they produce their own kind." Shumeran1
  • And Enki replies: "The creature you have named already exists! .. let creatures just be" improved ". (WWW portal adds – ‘by genetic manipulation’). Improve just to level new creature is able to learn how to use tools and understand the orders of the gods. “When the gods decided to create Man, their king proclaimed:“ I will gather blood and give life to bones ”. Ea [aka Enki] proposed to choose a “donor” god and said: “Let primitive creatures be like him”.
  • After listening to the goddess, Ea understood and accepted all requirements and conditions, saying: “I undertake to prepare a bath of purification. Let one of the gods give some of his blood ... Let Ninti prepare a mixture of that flesh and blood "... To sculpt a person from this mixture of 'clay' and other components, female help was required - some kind of gestation or birth. Then Enki offered to help his spouse: “My Ninki, the goddess and my wife, will give birth and others wifes will do the same - seven in number "
  • Thus, after several setbacks, Adapa / Adam, the first “model” of Man, was “bred”. The Mesopotamian texts provide us with a wealth of information about the process of making the first 'copy' of Adam. The gods strictly followed Enki's instructions. The birth goddesses were divided into two groups. "Learned and glorious in their wisdom, the birth of the goddess gathered in number twice seven," reads the verse. In their womb the Mother Goddess put fourteen pieces of "mixed clay" ...
  • The epic "When, like people, the gods ..." contains a passage whose purpose is to explain why it was necessary to mix the "blood" of the gods with the "clay". This "divine" element was not the blood of a god in the usual sense. The passage says that the god chosen by the "donor" had TE.E.MA - this is the word the leading textual experts U.G. Lambert and A.R. Millard from Oxford University interpret as "personality"
  • Moreover, in the Akkadian version, this word sounds like "etemu", that is, "spirit." In both cases, we are dealing with "something" in the blood of God, which was the bearer of his individuality. Based on all this, we can confidently state that Ea, with the help of the "baths of purification", isolated in the blood of God nothing more than the genes of God. "


  • Stone surface from temple Nikurta at Kahlu where Shumer god visualized

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