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Adam’s Mate is Mooted

Benson C Saili
THIS EARTH, MY BROTHER

… as Enki cans artificial “mass” production in favour of sexual reproduction                                                                                        

The  newly-born baby boy was the first fully-functional Earthling, the first one without a material defect.  He became the Father of Mankind, the first Homo Sapiens.

Since he was birthed by Ninmah, Enki, the mastermind of the whole genetic engineering process that produced this prototype of the human race, conferred on her the right, as was Anunnaki  custom, to name him. As she stroked the beautiful temple of  her little bundle of joy, Ninmah said, as recorded by Enki, “Adamu I shall call him: One Who Like Earth’s Clay Is, that will be his name.”   

The name Adam is derived from the Akkadian terms Adamah, which means “Earth”, and Dam, which means “Blood”. It perfectly conveyed the fact of Adam being a mixture of human and Anunnaki blood. We saw in the previous piece that Adam was the result of  a laboratory setting fusion of a young Anunnaki male’s DNA and the egg of an Earthly creature called Ape-Woman, or Homo Erectus.

The young Anunnaki’s DNA was obtained from his blood. Thus, paraphrased, the name Adamu means “Earthling with Anunnaki Blood”, or simply “He of Anunnaki Blood”. It also had the derivative meaning of “Progenitor” or “Multiplier” as we made a point of mentioning last week. Adamah/Adamu can also be rendered as Atamo or anagrammatically Moata without changing the meaning.    

The Sumerian term for Man, on the other hand, underlined the purpose for which Adam was created. The Sumerian word for Man was LU. But its root meaning was not Human Being; it was “worker” or “servant” – the exact reason for Enki’s creation of Adam. The Akkadian language, however, stressed the hybrid nature of Adam. He was termed LU-LU, which means “mixed one”. It was in fact a kind of derogatory term for it’s like saying, “you are this and that”, or “since you are a mixture of two different species, you are nondescript”. 

Enki said it was time now that Ninmah made a formal speech to an assembly of the Anunnaki royalty, also called the Nephilim or Elohim . These were Enlil, the Jehovah/Yahweh of the Old Testament who had jetted in from his base in the Edin prenatal; Enlil’s wife Ninlil; Enki’s wife Ninki; Enlil’s son Ninurta; and Enki’s son Ningishzidda.

Standing before the assembly whilst cradling the cherubic, suckling infant in her arms, Ninmah rendered her speech thus: “You commanded me a task. I have completed it … I have removed your heavy work. I have imposed your toil on AWILUM (work-man). You raised a cry for AWILUTI (Mankind). I took off your yoke, I established your freedom.” 

Moved by what they had heard, the Elohim circled in around Ninmah  and each kissed her feet. Then in a formal vote of  thanks to his step sister, Enki said from now on, Ninmah was going to be known by two more titles. The first was Mami, meaning “The Great Mother”, because she had now mothered a new race, that of Earthlings. The second title was Ninti, meaning “Lady of Life”. 

Now you know why in basically  every language on Earth, a mother or matriarch is addressed in terms that sound very much like  Mami – such as “Mum” in English, “Mamma” in Setswana, or  “Ma” in my own, central Zambian tongue called Lenje.  But Mami was in fact a throwback to Antu, King Anu’s Queen who was Enki’s mother.  As Queen of Orion, she was best known as Queen Mah. Enki thus conferred on Ninmah the title of his own mother.

 

ANUNNAKI PHYSICAL FEATURES  

 

How did Adam look like?  Before we answer this question, perhaps we should turn it around: how did the Anunnaki look like?

Note that contrary to  popular belief, the Anunnaki were not a homogenous race through and through. They came in all shades. Some Anunnaki were actually dark-skinned. Perhaps the best example are the Olmecs, the gigantic, Negroid beings who built the Mesoamerican civilisation under the leadership of Enki’s genius son Ningishizidda. History characterises them as Africans, as indigenous to this continent and therefore to Earth simply because  they were black.  That simply is not true.

The Olmecs were Anunnaki though they constituted a tiny minority of the whole Anunnaki contingent that came to Earth. On Sumerian tablets, the Olmecs are depicted sporting mining gear. It is therefore no stretch to say the Anunnaki miners who picketed Enlil in that landmark mutiny in the Zimbabwe mines were predominantly Olmecs.   

However, the  mainstream Anunnaki, particularly the  royalty such as Enki and Enlil, were white-skinned, much like Icelanders. The Sumerian records suggest that their skin  was phosphorescent. It kind of glowed in the dark. They also had blue eyes, which like their skins shimmered in the dark, and blonde, wool-like hair. 

Moreover, they were extremely huge and tall,  with males standing at at least  7 metres. The Sumerians, who were the first civilised Earthlings to live under the Anunnaki’s direct control, called them ILUs. Ilu had a whole host of meanings, including  “tallie”  (somebody very tall), white-skinned,  and “illuminated” in the sense of knowledge, reflecting the Anunnaki’s staggering feats in all their undertakings. The English term “Illuminati”, meaning those illumined with privileged knowledge, is of Sumerian origin too.

The Anunnaki had other peculiarities. They were born with 12 digits – six fingers on each hand, six toes on each foot. It explains why Nibiru mathematics was based on the number 6.  Anunnaki males were also  born with a penis that did not have a foreskin. In other words, they were born naturally circumcised! When Enlil entered into a covenant with his chosen people, the Jews, which demanded that they be circumcised, this was a symbolic Anunnaki signature on their bodies.

The Sumerian depictions of the Anunnaki also show that those born on Nibiru or in the bastion of the Sirius-Orion Empire, such as Enlil and Enki, had bigger skulls and bigger eye sockets compared to those who were born on Earth. The reason is genetic. In a study by Oxford University anthropologists published in July 2011, it was found that people from the colder, northern part of  Europe, such as Scandinavians, had bigger eyes and larger brains than those from the Equator. That, however, did not mean they were smarter: it was a purely evolutional phenomenon.

“The larger brains don't necessarily relate to intelligence,” the scientists stressed. “Bigger vision areas in the brain are required to help cope with the low light conditions caused by cloudy skies and long winters in northern territories.” In fact, something similar had long been observed in nature too:  “Birds with relatively bigger eyes are the first to sing at dawn in low light, and primates with the largest eyes are those who eat and forage at night.”

The Anunnaki’s cranial and optical features were obviously engendered by the extreme coldness and darkness, generally, of Nibiru: it was a fitting natural adaptation to their environment.

 

BORN WITH A “CLOTHED” PENIS

 

Now, did Adam look like the Anunnaki? Enki describes the infant as follows: “Shaggy like the wild ones he was not, dark black his head hair was. Smooth was his skin, smooth as the Anunnaki skin it was. Like dark red blood was its colour, like the clay of the Abzu was its hue.” As for the infant’s manhood, Enki notes that “odd was its shape, by a skin was its forepart surrounded. Unlike that of Anunnaki malehood it was, a skin from its forepart was hanging”.   

Adam was not exactly dark-skinned like your typical Africans of  today, who carry a lot of Olmec blood in them.  The Sumerian records say he was “dark red” but this simply meant black:   in ancient times black and red meant the same thing (For example, in India, the goddess Kali was said to be both red and black). Adam was therefore black in terms of his race but not dark: he was actually brown, a black man with a light complexion.    Adam had dark hair, not the blonde hair of the Elohim (the royal Anunnaki).

His hair was very much like that of the Aborigines of today. His eyes are not described, but they must have been brown like typical Negroid eyes. Finally, unlike the Anunnaki, Adam’s penis was clothed in a foreskin as Enki plainly describes for us. Now, Enki did not decree that Adam be circumcised. To the contrary, Enki said, “let the Earthling  from us Anunnaki by this foreskin be distinguished!”  Enki’s cherished creation was not going to suffer mutilation of any kind. It was Enlil who in the time of Abraham decreed circumcision.    

As Adam was the first product of  the “Servant Race”, the prototype,  it was decided by Enki that he was going to be preserved as the model of the “Primitive Workers”, the Lulu Amelu. He would never be deployed in the mining tasks. His role would be that of a “mould”, that is, his DNA was going to be used to fashion other workers. That’s why in future, the name Adam and mankind came to be used interchangeably.

Adam was accordingly relocated to Eridu, Enki’s base in the Edin, where a huge nature reserve, a zoo and orchard rolled into one,  was specially set up for  him. He was to be taught how to rear animals and how to  till the land and grow fruits because he was created as a servant, a worker species, the ant of the “gods”, these being the Anunnaki.  Adam was created  because “there was no human to serve the ground” (GENESIS 2:5), or to paraphrase, Earthlings were not yet in existence to do the manual labour  on behalf  of the Anunnaki.  

Adam’s other  role was to designate a name for every animal in the nature reserve as part of his IQ Test.   He was to be proudly shown off to visiting Anunnaki/Igigi from space and Mars  as their first sentient creation on the planet.

Adam’s relocation from East Africa to Eridu in modern-day Iraq is recorded in  GENESIS 2:8 (“Yawheh Elohim planted a garden in Eden, in the east, and there he put the man who he had formed”);  GENESIS 2:15 (“Then Yahweh Elohim took the human  and settled him in the garden of Eden to serve it and to maintain it”); and GENESIS 2:19 (“Yahweh Elohim brought each one of these [the animals] to the human to see what he would call it. And whatever the human would call it, that was its name”).

 

THE SEVEN “GODDESSES”

 

Now that it was time to start mass-producing the worker race, who would be the surrogate mothers? This question was posed by Ningishzidda and it was Ninmah herself who supplied a possible answer. In Shurrupak, her base in the Edin, there were some medics who she trusted to take up the challenge. Enki had them flown in forthwith. They were not coerced; they were entreated. Writes Enki: “To perform the task is not a commandment,  Ninmah to them was saying; your own wish is the decision!”

Enki documents that seven of the female medics volunteered. They were instantly recognised as icons and had their names recorded by Ningishzidda so that they would  “for all times be remembered”. Their names were Ninimma; Shuzianna; Ninmada; Ninbara; Ninmug; Musardu; and Ninguna.   The seven  became known as “Birth Mothers”. Their fame did indeed endure over the ages. The Indus Valley civilisation, for instance, worshipped seven  goddesses.  Enki details the scientific steps he prescribed to Ninmah as follows:

“In seven vessels of  the clay of the Abzu  made, Ninmah ova of the two-legged females placed. The life essence of Adamu she extracted, bit by bit in the vessels she it inserted. Then in the malepart of Adamu an incision she made, a blood to let out … She squeezed the malepart for blood, one drop in each vessel to the admixture she added …

To a unity shall the two essences, one of Heaven, one of Earth, together be brought, thus was Ninmah saying.  That  which is of  Earth and that which is from Nibiru by a blood kinship shall be  bonded …  In the wombs of the birth-giving Heroines the fertilised ova were inserted.”

This time around, the DNA came from Adam, specifically from blood drawn from the foreskin of his penis, not from an Anunnaki male. Of course baby Adam’s penis was for symbolic purposes only: the blood could have been drawn from any other part of  his body without affecting the outcome.

The eggs came from Ape-Women as before. The surrogates  were the seven  medics; Ninmah played no part in carrying the pregnancies this time. Also note Ninmah’s reference to Nibiru as “Heaven”, an incontrovertible clue as to where the Bible gets its idea of Heaven from!

The seven Birth Mothers carried their pregnancies to term, delivering naturally. Again Enki was ecstatic:  all the offspring were hale and hearty and all males as intended and as suited their purpose as miners. Enki’s son and genetic engineering assistant, Ningishzidda, was over the moon too.

He congratulated the Birth Mothers and informed them that they had done their duty and would no longer be called upon for the next round of “implantations”, a polite word for surrogate pregnancies. Then turning to his genius dad, he proposed, “Let the procedure be repeated, seven more the toil to undertake!”

 

ENKI PROPOSES FEMALE LULUS

 

Now, Enki was not only a compassionate being but like the uniquely gifted man he was – he was acknowledged by the Anunnaki as possessor of the sharpest mind ever – he was farsighted. He reasoned that to use the Birth-Mothers as brood mares in perpetuity would be too heavy and protracted a burden for them given that the mining tasks required thousands of workers.

He therefore decided that female Lulus be engendered as well. “Female ones we have to fashion,” Enki proposed. “For males’ counterparts to be. Let them know each other, as one flesh the two to become. Let them by themselves procreate, on their own the child-birthing make. To Primitive Workers by themselves give birth, Anunnaki females to relieve.”

Enki’s statement rings out rather volubly from  GENESIS 2:18, which reads, “And Yahweh Elohim said, it is not good for the human to be alone by himself. I shall make for him a helper as his complement.” That is to say, Adam not only needed assistance in his labours; he also needed a mate just like every species does.

Ninmah concurred. Ningishzidda was accordingly instructed to adjust the genetic formulas to gear the infant Adam’s DNA to produce a female zygote. This piece of information demonstrates just how bio-medically advanced the Anunnaki already were 300,000 years ago.

Our modern-day geneticists only came to master this sex-selection technology in the last decade. It is commonly known as Embryo Screening Technology, but the technical term is PGD, or Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis.

In February 2009, a California-based fertility doctor, Jeffrey Steinberg, was interviewed on the CBS network’s flagship programme 60 Minutes. He described PGD as a long, drawn-out procedure that did not always result in pregnancy. He said: “It requires that even fertile couples go through in vitro fertilisation – the process in which the woman's egg is fertilised with the man's sperm in a lab dish to create embryos.

Three days later, a tiny straw – 1/25th the diameter of a human hair – is used to extract one cell from each of the embryos. The cell is microscopic, but it says a lot – among other things, whether the embryo is a boy or girl. Doctors then implant only the embryos they want.” That’s exactly what Enki and Ningishzidda did because Enki writes, “By the formulas Ningishzidda adjusting made, by the admixture was ova fertilised.”

NEXT WEEK:  GLITCH IN ENKI’S PROTOTYPES

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Land Board appointments of party activists is political corruption

30th November 2020

Parliament has rejected a motion by Leader of Opposition (LOO) calling for the reversing of the recent appointments of ruling party activists to various Land Boards across the country. The motion also called for the appointment of young and qualified Batswana with tertiary education qualifications.

The ruling party could not allow that motion to be adopted for many reasons discussed below. Why did the LOO table this motion? Why was it negated? Why are Land Boards so important that a ruling party felt compelled to deploy its functionaries to the leadership and membership positions?

Prior to the motion, there was a LOO parliamentary question on these appointments. The Speaker threw a spanner in the works by ruling that availing a list of applicants to determine who qualified and who didn’t would violate the rights of those citizens. This has completely obliterated oversight attempts by Parliament on the matter.

How can parliament ascertain the veracity of the claim without the names of applicants? The opposition seeks to challenge this decision in court.  It would also be difficult in the future for Ministers and government officials to obey instructions by investigative Parliamentary Committees to summon evidence which include list of persons. It would be a bad precedent if the decision is not reviewed and set aside by the Business Advisory Committee or a Court of law.

Prior to independence, Dikgosi allocated land for residential and agricultural purposes. At independence, land tenures in Botswana became freehold, state land and tribal land. Before 1968, tribal land, which is land belonging to different tribes, dating back to pre-independence, was allocated and administered by Dikgosi under Customary Law. Dikgosi are currently merely ‘land overseers’, a responsibility that can be delegated. Land overseers assist the Land Boards by confirming the vacancy or availability for occupation of land applied for.

Post-independence, the country was managed through modern law and customary law, a system developed during colonialism. Land was allocated for agricultural purposes such as ploughing and grazing and most importantly for residential use. Over time some land was allocated for commercial purpose. In terms of the law, sinking of boreholes and development of wells was permitted and farmers had some rights over such developed water resources.

Land Boards were established under Section 3 of the Tribal Land Act of 1968 with the intention to improve tribal land administration. Whilst the law was enacted in 1968, Land Boards started operating around 1970 under the Ministry of Local Government and Lands which was renamed Ministry of Lands and Housing (MLH) in 1999. These statutory bodies were a mechanism to also prune the powers of Dikgosi over tribal land. Currently, land issues fall under the Ministry of Land Management, Water and Sanitation Services.

There are 12 Main Land Boards, namely Ngwato, Kgatleng, Tlokweng, Tati, Chobe, Tawana, Malete, Rolong, Ghanzi, Kgalagadi, Kweneng and Ngwaketse Land Boards.  The Tribal Land Act of 1968 as amended in 1994 provides that the Land Boards have the powers to rescind the grant of any rights to use any land, impose restrictions on land usage and facilitate any transfer or change of use of land.

Some land administration powers have been decentralized to sub land boards. The devolved powers include inter alia common law and customary law water rights and land applications, mining, evictions and dispute resolution. However, decisions can be appealed to the land board or to the Minister who is at the apex.

So, land boards are very powerful entities in the country’s local government system. Membership to these institutions is important not only because of monetary benefits of allowances but also the power of these bodies. in terms of the law, candidates for appointment to Land Boards or Subs should be residents of the tribal areas where appointments are sought, be holders of at least Junior Certificate and not actively involved in politics.  The LOO contended that ruling party activists have been appointed in the recent appointments.

He argued that worse, some had no minimum qualifications required by the law and that some are not inhabitants of the tribal or sub tribal areas where they have been appointed. It was also pointed that some people appointed are septuagenarians and that younger qualified Batswana with degrees have been rejected.

Other arguments raised by the opposition in general were that the development was not unusual. That the ruling party is used to politically motivated appointments in parastatals, civil service, diplomatic missions, specially elected councilors and Members of Parliament (MPs), Bogosi and Land Boards. Usually these positions are distributed as patronage to activists in return for their support and loyalty to the political leadership and the party.

The ruling party contended that when the Minister or the Ministry intervened and ultimately appointed the Land Boards Chairpersons, Deputies and members , he didn’t have information, as this was not information required in the application, on who was politically active and for that reason he could not have known who to not appoint on that basis. They also argued that opposition activists have been appointed to positions in the government.

The counter argument was that there was a reason for the legal requirement of exclusion of political activists and that the government ought to have mechanisms to detect those. The whole argument of “‘we didn’t know who was politically active” was frivolous. The fact is that ruling party activists have been appointed. The opposition also argued that erstwhile activists from their ranks have been recruited through positions and that a few who are serving in public offices have either been bought or hold insignificant positions which they qualified for anyway.

Whilst people should not be excluded from public positions because of their political activism, the ruling party cannot hide the fact that they have used public positions to reward activists. Exclusion of political activists may be a violation of fundamental human or constitutional rights. But, the packing of Land Boards with the ruling party activists is clear political corruption. It seeks to sow divisions in communities and administer land in a politically biased manner.

It should be expected that the ruling party officials applying for land or change of land usage etcetera will be greatly assisted. Since land is wealth, the ruling party seeks to secure resources for its members and leaders. The appointments served to reward 2019 election primary and general elections losers and other activists who have shown loyalty to the leadership and the party.

Running a country like this has divided it in a way that may be difficult to undo. The next government may decide to reset the whole system by replacing many of government agencies leadership and management in a way that is political. In fact, it would be compelled to do so to cleanse the system.

The opposition is also pondering on approaching the courts for review of the decision to appoint party functionaries and the general violation of clearly stated terms of reference. If this can be established with evidence, the courts can set aside the decision on the basis that unqualified people have been appointed.

The political activism aspect may also not be difficult to prove as some of these people are known activists who are in party structures, at least at the time of appointment, and some were recently candidates. There is a needed for civil society organizations such as trade unions and political parties to fight some of these decisions through peaceful protests and courts.

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