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The Partition of Earth

Benson C Saili

Africa goes to Enki; Indo-Europe to Enlil, but “Land of Rockets” is designated a neutral zone

As the Anunnaki princes just stopped short of coming to blows whilst they laid claim to prospective territorial spheres of influence, Enlil, the Bible’s central Jehovah/Yahweh, took his step-brother Enki aside and made a desperate proposition. “For peace to prevail, the habitable lands between us should be apart set!” he said. Put simply, Enlil’s suggestion was that Earth be divided between the Enlilites and the Enkites. Enki, a peacenik  by natural bent, gave the idea the nod and soon the pantheon were in heated and protracted discussion as to who would get what. “The Anunnaki who decree the fates sat exchanging their counsels regarding the Earth,” say the Sumerian records.

Following days of argument and counter-argument punctuated by flares of temper, they finally reached detente: in a gesture echoed in the 1884-1885 Berlin Conference that paved way for  European powers’ “Scramble for Africa”,  Earth was to be divided into three main regions. Enki had insisted that the regions were to be allocated primarily to Noah’s three sons (and therefore his grandsons) and only secondarily to the Anunnaki since the planet belonged to humans and not to the Anunnaki. He was persuasive.

Accordingly, Africa and parts of Arabia were given to the Hamites – Ham’s people. Japheth’s people were allotted Indo-Europe, which straddled Asia Minor, Iran, India, and immediate Europe. The Shemites – Shem’s people – received Mesopotamia and the Near-Eastern lands, encompassing today’s Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, Gaza Strip, the West Bank, and the northern parts of Arabia. GENESIS 10 sets out in detail this partition of the planet in what scholars call the Table of Nations. Only the lands nearest Jerusalem, the Navel or Centre of the Earth, were so shared: the far-flung parts of the world such as the Americas, the Far East, Oceania, and the Polar Regions remained no-man’s lands officially.      

However, overall authority, Enlil insisted against the wishes of Enki, was to vest in Anunnaki overlords: all the three regions were to be subdivided so that their oversight was given to members of the Anunnaki pantheon. Since the Enkites had always dominated Africa, they were to oversee the lands of Ham, the “Dark Lands”, clearly the source of the term “Dark Continent”.  The Enlilites were to oversee the lands of Shem and Japheth, called the “Olden Lands”.

Having assembled his clan, Enlil set about parcelling out the lands of Shem and Japheth to them. Ninurta, his firstborn, was given the highlands of Elam (west and southwest of modern Iran) and Assyria (northeastern Iraq). Nannar-Sin, the second-born, got Mesopotamia (roughly corresponding to most of Iraq plus Kuwait, the eastern parts of Syria, and southeastern Turkey).  Ishkur-Adad, the third born, received   Asia Minor (the land of the Hittites, comprising largely of modern-day Turkey and Armenia) and Lebanon. Inanna-Ishtar, Enlil’s granddaughter and daughter of Nannar-Sin, was promised (not given, at least at this stage ) the Indus Valley.

Enki too sat down his six sons and allotted them their respective domains. For reasons we shall dwell upon in detail in the next piece, Marduk, his firstborn, wasn’t directly allocated a domain: instead, it was his son Shu who was given Egypt and the associated lands of Libya and Ethiopia, as well as the southern parts of Arabia. Nergal, the second-born, received the southernmost part of Africa as well as most parts of West Africa – clearly the reason Nigeria and Niger are so-called and why blacks are also known as Negroes (Nergalas).

All the major mining regions of the day were given to Gibil: they included Zimbabwe, Chad, Gauteng, and Ghana. Ninagal, who had piloted Noah’s ark, got the Great Lakes region of East Africa and the headwaters of the Nile River. The youngest, Dumuzi, was entrusted the grazing plateau of Sudan, being the Anunnaki’s leading animal husbandman.  

That leaves out two prominent Anunnaki princes, namely Ningishzidda, an Enkite, and Utu-Shamash, an Enlilite.  Well, Ningishzidda was first and foremost an intellectual and a sage. He wasn’t a politician, polemicist, or glory-seeker. As such, he never showed the slightest interest in the jostling for land and power politics.  His role was essentially that of a teacher and a thinker. The Egyptians called him Thoth, meaning the “Great Teacher”. 

A superlative genius, a trait he had inherited from his equally phenomenally gifted father Enki, he was a problem solver to whom no difficult was insurmountable. He had mastery of practically every discipline, whether this be architecture, physics, mathematics, geology, genetics, sacred geometry, metaphysics, Gnosticism, or simply spirituality.   He was content with concerning himself with only matters of the intellect as opposed to geopolitics. How about Utu-Shamash, Enlil’s grandson and Inanna-Ishtar’s twin brother? What did he garner from the partition of this wretched planet?


In addition to the three ethnically allotted regions, Enlil and Enki decided to create a fourth with a view to foster continued solidarity between the relentlessly feuding clans. This wasn’t a region strictly speaking but a neutral zone which would be run jointly by Enlilites and Enkites. It was the area in the Sinai Peninsula where the post-diluvial spaceport was located. This enclave zone, which was in the broader Shemite lands, was to be called Tilmun, also rendered as Dilmun. The four regions collectively constituted what came to be known as the Four Corners of the Earth.

The word Tilmun had several but closely related senses. In one vein, the typical frame of reference,  it meant “Land of Rocketships” as it was the spaceport, the place where  space vehicles  took off and landed to and from Mars, the Moon, the international space station in Earth’s orbit, or the Nibiru-bound Mothership.  In another, it meant “Land of Immortality” as “Til” also meant “Life”. Indeed, the Tree of Life was in Sumerian known as Gishtil. By the same token, the term Gishtil could also connote “The Vehicle of Life”.

This was a rocketship as in the eyes of mankind, the rocket was a symbol of eternal life, being the means by which one was transported to Nibiru, believed to be Heaven as per the Anunnaki brainwash. Finally, Tilmun could also be interpreted to mean, “A Securely Guarded Place”, which was to be expected as it housed the crucial rockets. It was peppered with “hostile eyes” described in Genesis  as “flaming swords that turned in every direction” (GENESIS 3:24). These were simply searchlights with shifting light beams.  They were the All-Seeing Eye.

Tilmun had become the new Edin or Eden, which was situated in modern-day Iraq before the Deluge. But whereas the pre-diluvial Edin was a constellation of city states, the new Edin was simply a comparatively smaller enclave territory. Like Tilmun, the term Eden had several shades of related meanings. In one sense, it meant “A place of the Gods”, that is, the Anunnaki.

In another, it meant “Abode of the Pure Ones” or “Abode of the Mighty Ones”, both terms of which were particular to the Anunnaki, who were regarded as “All-powerful”, by virtue of their “mind-boggling” technology, immortal, and who fancied themselves as beings of a superior and uncorrupted genetic pedigree compared to mankind.   In yet another vein, Tilmun conveyed the sense of “A Noisy Place”, very likely the origin of the English word “din”, meaning “confused noise”. We all know how noisy the precincts of an airport can be as aircraft land and take off.  

Tilmun was also the new Paradise, an idyllic place, as far as mankind was concerned. This was the place Noah and his great grandfather Enoch lived in luxury pending their onward transfer to Nibiru, the former for being the Hero of the Deluge and the latter for dutifully fulfilling his CIA-like remit under the aegis of the Enlilites. “In the Land of the Crossing (metaphorical intersection between Earth and Nibiru), the Land Tilmun, the place where Utu rises, they caused him (Noah) to dwell”,  the Sumerian records relate. 

Originally, however, the term Paradise did not mean a heavenly place. It was Pairi Daize (from pairi [around] and diz [to make, form, build]). A Pairi Daize was therefore a heavily or tightly policed place, with watch towers for maximum vigil all around (the Setswana term Phara-disa, meaning “securely watched over”, drives the point crisply home). Given that whoever was in charge of Tilmun controlled the logistical links between Earth and Nibiru, who would be  overall in charge of the place?  An Enkite or an Enlilite?


There was a stalemate between the Enkites and the Enlilites as to which  god would govern Tilmun. Having been so deadlocked, they finally settled for Ninmah, the “Great Lady” as her name fittingly meant. Ninmah, also known as Ninti, meaning “Lady of Life” given the surrogate role she played in the creation of Adam, was a best-fit although she was no more than a medical lady occupationalwise. A half-sister to Enlil and step-sister to Enki, Ninmah, who was affectionately known as Mammi, meaning “Mother of the Gods”, had children with either brother, these being Ninurta in the case of Enlil and six daughters in the case of the randy Casanova that was Enki. She typically cast the deciding vote when the Enkites and Enlilites each refused to budge on an issue.

Having accepted her new role, Ninmah was conferred a new title. From now henceforth, she was to be known as Ninharsag, meaning “Lady of the Mountain Head”. Mount Harsag, today known as Mount St. Catherine, was the highest peak in the Sinai Peninsula. Ninmah’s other new title was Hathor, the name by which she was best known in Egypt. The epithet meant “Falcon House”: indeed the name was spelt hieroglyphically by drawing a falcon, a type of bird, within an enclosure. A falcon (as was the eagle) was the Sumerian metaphor for a rocketship, the reason Anunnaki astronauts were called “Falcon Gods”. Hathor thus suited Ninmah as the god presiding over Tilmun, the Land of the Rocketships.

The truth of the matter though was that Ninmah, because of her innately gentle nature, did not exercise much sway as the head of Tilmun. She was overshadowed by the incessant factional discord and political slugfests between the Enkites and the Enlilites. Although Tilmun on paper was exclusively the preserve of the Anunnaki and from which “mortals”, or Earthlings, were banned, this was not consistently the case.

Only the spaceport proper and the mountain silos where the rockets were kept and serviced were out of bounds to humans. The Anunnaki needed mankind for a whole host of menial tasks, such as mining and agricultural work, and they just could not keep us at bay completely. A specific tribe, known as the Qenites or Kenites,  meaning “smiths” or “metallurgists”,  was chosen to work in the Tilmun mines. The Kenites, who were descendants  of Cain, were the pioneer inhabitants of the Sinai Peninsula and therefore predated the Anunnaki presence there. They were the tribe into which Moses would later marry when he fled Egypt and sought refuge in the Sinai.

The Lord of Tilmun was also the Lord of Shalem, as Jerusalem was then called. At some stage in the future, two human sovereigns under the overall Anunnaki Lord were appointed to attend to matters pertaining to Earthlings resident in Tilman and Jerusalem respectively.  These went by the title King. The King of Tilmun, however, had jurisdiction only over Tilmun City on the eastern shore of the Red Sea and not over the whole Land of Tilmun.  

One such King of Tilmun was Qanayah, a Kenite. In the greater scheme of things though, Qanayah ranked very lowly even among fellow human monarchs. Esarhaddon, the King of Assyria from 681 – 669 BC, is said to have boasted that, “Upon Qanayah, King of Tilmun, I imposed tribute." In the time of Abraham, the King of Jerusalem went by the title Melchizedek. This was Terah, Abraham’s own father.

On the whole, however, the real boss of the Land of Tilmun was Utu-Shamash. For it was he who was the spaceport commander. In fact, to humans, Shamash was the most admired Anunnaki god as he was in charge of the rocketships – the Vehicles of Eternal Life. All the demigods – part-human, part Anunnaki – who wanted to live as long as the Anunnaki did (that is, “forever” in the eyes of mankind) sought Shamash, the most famous case of which is that of Gilgamesh, the King of Uruk (modern-day Warka in Iraq). And in daily parlance, Tilmun was characterised as “The Place where Utu Rises”, that is, soars to the skies in his sky vehicle, which euphemistically could also mean “exercises hegemony”.   


It was Ninurta who made Tilmun, a disconcertingly mountainous terrain, conducive to habitation by his mother. When she was voted as the Head of Tilmun and had misgivings about its suitability as a settlement, Ninurta rendered her the following promise:

“Its valleys shall be verdant with vegetation. Its slopes shall produce honey and wine for you … Its terraces shall be adorned with fruit as a garden. The Harsag shall provide you with the fragrance of the gods, shall provide you with the shiny lodes. Its mines will as tribute copper and tin give you; its mountains shall multiply cattle large and small.  The Harsag shall bring forth the four-legged creatures.”

Ninurta, who personally supervised the revamp and retrofitting of Tilmun, lived up to his billing for soon  it was bursting with lush vegetation, wood products, minerals, and livestock in the form of sheep and goats.  Ancient records document that Tilmun was a major source of copper, the blue-green gemstone turquoise, and the blue-green mineral malachite. Ninurta hired Ningishzidda, the “God of Sciences”, to do the geological survey that turned up lodes of such minerals. Indeed, the Egyptians referred to Tilmun as the “Land of Mafkat” and Ninmah as the “Lady of Mafkat”. Mafkat was the Egyptian term for turquoise, Tilmun’s most eminent export.

Another important product of Tilmun was acacia wood, which was used for temple furnishings and which was a popular Mesopotamian import. However, the product that was basically a byword for Tilmun was the date palm, which even today is the Sinai’s most eminent product. It “provides the Bedouin with fruit (dates); its pulp and kernels are fed to camels and goats; the trunk is used for building and as fuel; the branches for roofing; the fibres for rope and weaving.”

The Anunnaki gods had quite a taste for dates of  the Sinai as Sumerian records inform us that Gilgamesh ordered that “every day of the year, for the four daily meals, 108 measures of ordinary dates, and dates of the Land Tilmun, as also figs and raisins . . . shall be offered to the deities (Anunnaki)." It was on Mount Harsag that Ninurta raised a fragrant garden for his mother and it was in a verdant valley near a spring with date palms that he built her a luxurious dwelling.

To ordinary mankind, however, the date palm had the most obsessive conceptual significance. Since it grew in “Paradise” (and was reportedly the most commonplace tree on planet Nibiru), it was emblematically associated with the rocket, the Vehicle of Life.  It came to represent the proverbial Tree of Life, a tree that conferred immortality.  Thus in Sumerian art, the date palm marked the gateway to Heaven. Sumerian cuneiform  clay tablets show eaglemen (Anunnaki)  saluting either the date palm or the rocket. They also show the entrance  to King Anu’s palace on Nibiru emblazoned with the same imagery.


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Our lives are full of impatience

13th July 2022

Impatience lives within all of us; in some even more so than in others. When impatient some people will get fidgety, mumble and curse under their breath or even losing their tempers and being rude to others, whilst on the other hand others will be cool, calm and collected. Impatience comes in different packages and can stem from many sources.

We go through our daily lives with usual things like queuing at the bank, post office, government offices and other places of poor customer service that irk and irritate most of us. Unacceptable but somewhat understandable because of the insensitivity or inefficiency of others the rest have to suffer.

Taking it up to another level, specifically onto a ‘religious’ one, we come across many who show impatience with their lives because of their high expectations leading them to believe that their prayers are not being answered. For them Allah has a message: “Be sure we shall test you with something of fear and hunger, some loss in goods or lives or the fruits (of your toil), but give glad tidings to those who patiently persevere, who say, when afflicted with calamity: ‘To God We belong, and to Him is our return’. They are those on whom (descend) blessings from their Lord” (2:155-157)

Sometimes we strongly pray for something and we get despaired when our prayers are ‘not answered’. But remember: ‘Allah is with those who patiently persevere’. (Quran 8:46). We have to realise and accept that the Lord is in complete control of everything – we cannot always get what we want because the Lord knows best what is good for us, accept the will of God. ‘But it may happen that you dislike a thing which is good for you, and it may happen that you love a thing which is bad for you.  And God knows and you do not know!’ (Quran 2:216)

A believer should rather ask Allah to bless him, make it easy for him and to grant him what is good in this world and in the hereafter. Be positive and look at the other blessings that you have instead. “Pray for help from God, and (wait) in patience and constancy: for the earth is God’s, to give as a heritage to such of His servants as He pleases; and the end is (best) for the righteous.” (Quran 7:128)

On the other hand, think about it, when things go wrong we go into a tailspin, start blaming ourselves, others and at the worst we begin to question why the Lord has not favoured us, yet we forget the countless other daily bounties that the Lord has blessed us with. ‘When trouble touches a man, he cries unto Us, in all postures, lying down on his side, or sitting, or standing. But when We have solved his trouble, he passes on his way as if he never had cried to Us….’ (Quran 10:12)

When the stresses of life hit us and we are faced with challenges, it is only then that some of us turn to our Lord in prayer. Unfortunately, it is human nature to forget our duty and allegiance to our Creator when things run smoothly in our lives. This is true because when the going is good we put it down to our own efforts. Nothing wrong with that but we need to realise that all that happens is through the Will of God.

‘…… when We bestow a favour upon him as from Ourselves, he says, “This has been given to me because of a certain knowledge (I have)!” Nay, but this is but a trial, but most of them understand not! (Quran 39:49)

We have become so obsessed with this material world that we have separated and compartmentalized our lives away from our faith because everything now revolves around moving up the economic ladder of life regardless of the cost to our souls.

Unfortunately many of us are impatient of the favours of our Lord we want things to happen now. We forget that the Almighty has a plan for each and every one of us, the good times, the bad times; the happy times, the sad times; the difficult times and the time of ease; and so it goes. From my school days, in physics class, I recall the saying that ‘for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction’ – I suppose so it is with life.

The question is; if we are so impatient about the ‘good’ in our life what about the bad? The Almighty asks us: ‘Do they then ask for Our penalty to be hastened on?’….yet there comes to them at length the punishment which they were promised’ (Quran 26: 204 – 206). Therefore we should balance our desires and pray for guidance, assistance and at the same time pray for peace of mind.

Impatience manifests itself into many people turning to those self-proclaimed ‘prophets’ – enough said. They promise you great wealth, worldly gains, winning of tenders and all those dazzling promises they make. Sadly many people are convinced that the ‘gospel of prosperity’ that these so-called prophets preach is the answer.

Remember you cannot buy God’s favour with money, so what are you paying that prophet for – the only answer is, for his own ‘profit’? I remind them to read the Bible: “Thy money perishes with thee because thou hast thought that the gift of God may be purchased with money”. (Acts 8; 20)

Think of those daily blessings that we take for granted, and which we should be grateful for to our Lord, rather start counting your blessings before counting your ‘shortages in life’;

Before you say an unkind word – Think of someone who can’t speak.
Before you complain about the taste of your food – Think of someone who has nothing to eat.
Before you complain about your partner – Think of someone who’s crying out to GOD for a companion.
Before you complain about life – Think of someone who died too young.
Before you complain about your children – Think of someone who desires children but they’re barren.
Before you complain about the small house you live in – Think of the people who don’t have homes.
Before complaining about the distance you to drive to work – Think of someone who walks the same distance but on foot.
And when you complain about your job – Think of the unemployed who wish they had any job.
Before you think of pointing the finger or condemning others – Remember that not one of us is without sin and we all answer to one MAKER. Also when you are pointing at others – one finger is ‘at’ them – but at least three of your fingers are pointing ‘back’ at you.
When depressing thoughts seem to get you down – Put a smile on your face and thank GOD you’re alive and still around.

As the Quran repeatedly asks: ‘…..then which of the favours of your Lord will you deny’ (Surah 55)

Don’t be impatient, trust in your Lord, that trust will never be misplaced. ‘If Allah is your helper none can overcome you, and if He withdraws His help from you, who is there who can help you? In Allah let believers put their trust’ (Qur’an 3:160)
Let us think of our daily Blessings.

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A Begrudged Child

21st June 2022

Princess Diana was at once a child of destiny and a victim of fate

It is no secret, General Atiku, that the British monarch constitutes one of the most moneyed families on this scandalously uneven planet of the perennial haves on the one hand and the goddamn havenots (such as you and me General) on the other hand.

In terms of residences alone, the House of Windsor lays claim to some 19 homes, some official, such as Buckingham Place and Windsor Castle, for instance, and the greater majority privately owned.
Arguably the most eminent of its private residences is Sandringham House at Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, England.

It is at this sprawling, 8,100-hectare estate the Queen spends two months each winter, at once commemorates her father King George VI’s death and her own accession to the throne, and more often than not celebrates Christmas. King George VI and his father King George V both drew their last breath here.

A 19th century Prince of Wales, Albert Edward (who would later become King Edward VII), acquired Sandringham in 1862 and it has remained royal property ever since. On the death of King George VI in February 1952, the property passed to his successor Queen Elizabeth II, the incumbent monarch, who assigned her husband Prince Phillip its management and upkeep. The estate also houses a parish, St. Mary Magdalene Church, which the outwardly religious Queen attends every Sunday.

Albert, General, had several additional properties built on the estate the year after he acquired it, one of which was the ten-bedroomed Park House. The house was built to accommodate the overflow of guests at Sandringham House. In the 1930s, King George V leased Park House to Maurice Roche, an Irishman and a bosom friend to his second son, who at the time was Duke of York but would in future be King George VI.

Roche was the 4th Baron Fermoy, a title in the Peerage of Ireland created by Queen Victoria way back in 1856. He and his wife Ruth had three children born at Park House, the second-born of whom was Frances Ruth Roche (futuristically Frances Shand Kydd), born in January 1936.

In 1956, Frances married John Spencer, a fellow noble, and following an “uneasy spell” at Althorp, the Spencer family estate of 500 years, the couple took up residence at Park House, which would be their home for the next 19 years. On July 1, 1961, Frances, then aged 25, and John, then aged 37, welcomed into the world their thirdborn child and youngest daughter, Diana Frances Spencer.

She would, on a positive note, become Her Royal Highness Princess Diana of Wales and the most famous and popular member of the Royal family. On the flip side of the coin, she would, as you well know General, become the most tragic member of the Royal family.


If there was one thought that constantly nagged at Diana as a youngster, General, it was the “guilt” of having been born anyway. Her parents first had two daughters in succession, namely Elizabeth Sarah, born in 1955, and Cynthia Jane, born in 1957. Johnnie was displeasured, if not downright incensed, that his wife seemed incapable of producing a male child – a heir – who he desperately needed as an aristocrat.

He even took the trouble of having his wife see a series of doctors in a bid to establish whatever deficiency she possessed in her genetic make-up and whether it was possible to correct it. At the time, General, it was not known that it is the man who determines a child’s sex and not the woman.

John’s prayers, if we can call them that General, were as much answered as they were unanswered. The longed-for male heir was born on January 12, 1960. Named John after his father, he was, as per the official version of things, practically stillborn, being so piteously deformed and gravely ill that he was dead in a matter of only ten hours, a development of which Earl Spencer would in future remark thus, albeit with tongue-in-cheek: “It was a dreadful time for my parents and probably the root of their divorce because I don’t think they ever got over it.”

Again as per the official version, General, John was gutted and hurriedly got into stride, this time around utterly positive that having had two daughters in succession, it would be two sons in succession. But nature, General, is seldom that predictable or orderly.

The next child was in fact a daughter, the now iconic Diana, for the third time around. Although John is recorded as having marvelled at what a “perfect physical specimen” her newly-born daughter was, he was forlorn beneath the façade, as a result of which Diana, who as a child did sense a lingering frustration on the part of her father on her account, would openly intuit that she was an unwelcome child, a “nuisance to have around”, thanks to her “failure” to be born a boy. From a very age thus, General, Diana had concluded that she was not well-fated and presciently so!

Although the heir, Charles Spencer (the future Earl Spencer) finally arrived on May 20, 1964, Diana perceived very little if any change in the way she was contemplated by her parents. In fact, both she and Charles could not desist from wondering whether had John lived, they would have been born at all. Seemingly, they came to be simply because their father was desperate for a heir and not necessarily that he wanted two more children.  With the birth of Charles, General, John called it a day as far as the process of procreation was concerned.


Why was Diana so named, General? Throughout her life, it was taken as an article of faith that her name derived from Lady Diana Spencer, a member of the Spencer clan who lived between 1710 and 1735, dying at a pitifully tender age of only 25. Certainly, the two namesakes turned out to have precious much in common as we shall unpack at a later stage, as if the latter-day Diana’s life was deliberately manoeuvred to more or less sync with the ancestral Diana.

It emerged, however, General, that the connection to an ancestor was actually secondary, or maybe incidental. The primary inspiration of the name was at long last disclosed by Earl Spencer on September 7, 1997, the day of Princess Diana’s burial. Delivering the elegantly crafted eulogy, Earl Spencer had this to say in relation to her naming: “It is a point to remember that of all the ironies about Diana, perhaps the greatest was this – a girl given the name of the ancient goddess of hunting was, in the end, the most hunted person of the modern age.”

It is significant, if not curious, General, that of John’s three daughters, only Diana was given the name of a goddess. Clearly, there must have been a special reason for this as aristocrats do not confer names casually: every name carries a metaphorical, symbolic, or intentional message. Typically, it honours an iconic personage or spirit or somebody lesser but who evokes memories anyway.

Elizabeth Sarah, for instance, was in all probability named after the Queen’s mother, whose decades-long inner circle included Diana’s paternal and maternal grandmothers, and an ancestor going by the name Sarah Jennings (1760-1744). Charles Spencer was named after the family’s greatest forbearer, King Charles 1 of England, Scotland, and Ireland from 1625-1649. The ill-fated John was of course named after his father, who in turn was likely named after the 5th Earl Spencer, John Poyntz Spencer (1835-1910).

On occasion in occultic families, as the Spencer family latterly have been, a name, General, connotes a bad futuristic omen associated with its bearer and that was precisely the case with Diana.


In its ancient rendering, the name Diana meant “The Heavenly One”, or goddess being a feminine style. The first Diana, General, was Inanna, an Anunnaki goddess whose Akkadian name was Ishtar – Esther in English. As you well know General, the Anunnaki are the Old Testament gods, Aliens from the planet Nibiru, the Solar System’s little-known planet which is seen only once in 3600 years, and who came to Earth 432,000 years ago as we comprehensively set down in the Earth Chronicles series.

The name Inanna is Sumerian, the Sumerians being the best-known civilisation of old who thrived around modern-day Iraq (called Sumer in ancient times) about 6000 years ago and who were indirectly governed by the Anunnaki. It was abbreviated from Nin-An-Ak, meaning “Lady of Heaven and Earth” or “Lady of the God of Heaven and Earth”.

She was so-called, General, not because she had particularly special godly qualities but owing to the fact that she was the earthly mistress of Anu, “Our Father Who Art In Heaven”, the King of the planet Nibiru, which humans of the day perceived as Heaven.

Anu was the father of Enlil, the principal Jehovah of the Bible. Enlil in turn had a second-born son called Nannar-Sin, the first Anunnaki to be born on Earth and who eventually became the Allah of Islam. It was Sin who fathered Inanna. Thus Inanna was Anu’s great-granddaughter but every time he visited Earth, Anu was sexually entertained by the stunningly beautiful Inanna, an act which in Anunnaki culture was not frowned upon.

Inanna was amongst other appellations known as the Goddess of Hunting (because of her penchant for, and skill in, waging war) and the Goddess of Love (in the sense of licentious love-making and not conventional moral love). Her other names in different parts of the world and across the ages were Irnin; Anunitu (Beloved of Anu); Aphrodite; Ashtoreth; Astarte; and Artemis, to mention only a few.

Although her celestial counterpart was the planet Venus, she was also loosely associated with the constellation Virgo as well as the moon. Once upon a time, when she was a virgin, Virgo was dedicated to her by her grandfather Jehovah-Enlil, who was Earth’s Chief Executive until circa 2024 BC. With regard to the moon, it primarily had to do with her twin brother Utu-Shamash, whose celestial counterpart was the sun: as such, Inanna’s inevitably had to be the moon. That, however, was only in a putative sense in that the operative moon god of the day was her father Sin.

Since moonlight effectively turns darkness into relative daylight, Inanna has in legends been referred to as Diana Lucifera, the latter term meaning “light-bringer”. Inanna’s association with the moon, General, partly explains why she was called the “Heavenly One” since the moon is a heavenly body, that is, a firmament-based body. It also explains why she was also known as Luna, which is Latin for moon.


Now, children of royals, aristocrats and other such members of high society, General, are invariably named before they are born. True, when a Prince William or Prince George comes along, the word that is put out into the public domain is that several names have been bandied about and the preferred one will “soon be announced”. That, General, is utter hogwash.

No prince, princess, or any other member of the nobility for that matter, is named at or sometime after their birth. Two names, a feminine and a masculine one, are already finalised whilst the child is in the womb, so that the name the child eventually goes by will depend on no other factor beside its gender.

Princess Diana, General, was named a full week after her birth, as if consultations of some sort with certain overarching figures had to be concluded first and foremost. Apparently, the broader outlines of her future first had to be secretly mapped out and charted in the manner of a child of destiny, though in her case she was as much a child of destiny as she was a doomed child. In her childhood reminiscences, Diana does hint at having been tipped to the effect that she was a special child and therefore had to scrupulously preserve herself.

“I always felt very different from somebody else, very detached,” she told her biographer Andrew Morton as per his 1992 book Diana Her True Story – In Her Own Words. “I knew I was going somewhere different but had no idea where. I said to my father when I was 13, ‘I know I am going to marry someone in the public eye’.” That, General, speaks volumes on the deliberately designed grooming she was subjected to in the formative years of her pilgrimage in life.

Since it was repeatedly drummed in her highly impressionable mind that there was something big in store for her along the way, Diana, General, remained chaste throughout her upbringing, if not an outright virgin to in all probability conform to the profile of the goddess Diana/Inanna before she exploded into a lecherous, loose-mannered nymphomaniac in her adult life as we underscored in the Earth Chronicles series. “By the time I got to the top of the school,” Diana said to Morton, “all my friends had boyfriends but not me because I knew somehow that I had to keep myself very tidy for whatever was coming my way.”


Unusual for an aristocrat, General, Diana was born not in the rather apt precincts of a high-end hospital but within the banality of Park House itself. Whether hired midwives were on hand to help usher her into the world or it was only her dad, mum and closer womenfolk relations who did we can only speculate.

If for one reason or the other her parents were desirous that she be delivered at home, what secret rites did they perform as her mother’s waters broke, General? What incantations, if at all, did John utter over her? Was her birth an occultic one with all the attendant paraphernalia as opposed to a conventional one?

That Diana’s arrival was not a particularly cherished event, General, is evidenced by the fact that she was christened within the Sandringham Estate, at St. Mary Magdalene Church, with only well-to-do commoners in attendance, whereas the more prized child, her younger brother Charles, was christened at Westminster Abbey, in the presence of the Queen, who was designated as his principal godmother.

Anyhow, it was just as well, General, that it was in the hallowed environs of St. Mary Magdalene Church that Diana was committed to the “The Lord” as she was in a manner of speaking the Mary Magdalene of our day.


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Challenges in our lives

21st June 2022

Allah Almighty reminds us: ‘On no soul does Allah place a burden greater than it can bear’ (Qur’an 2:286). Also: “Be patient. Surely, Allah is with those who are the patient.” [Qur’an 8: 46].

Without fail, whether we like it or not there are times in our lives when many things seem to go wrong and as mere humans we go into a panic syndrome and are left wondering; why me? Why now? What have I done to deserve this? We are all tested with adversity, hard times and pain, but these tribulations are the Almighty’s way of transforming us and help us develop spiritually.

As mere humans we all have different reactions when something good or bad happens to us, and usually our reactions depend on the strength of our religious belief and of our righteous deeds and actions.

One person may receive blessings and goodness with gratitude and accepts the bad challenges and patches in his life with perseverance and endurance. This positive attitude brings him peace of mind and happiness, causing his grief, anxiety and misery to ease. Thus, this positivity brings a balance and contentment in his life.

On the other hand another person receives blessings and goodness with arrogance and transgression; his manners degenerate and become evil; he receives this goodness and utilizes it in an unthinking and uncaring manner; it does not give him any peace of mind as his mind is always distressed, nervous and restless.

Thus when faced with loss and difficulty, due to his arrogant nature, he begins to ask why me? What have I done to deserve this and he may even damn and curse others and thinks that they are plotting his downfall.

But every now and then we should stop to ponder over the blessings both apparent and hidden from The Almighty upon us, it is only then that we will realise that our Lord has granted us abundant blessings and protected us from a number of evils; this will certainly ease our grief and anxiety and bring about a measure of happiness and contentment.

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: “Look to those who are lower than you (those who possess less than you) and do not look to those higher than you; this will make you appreciate the bounties of Allah upon you.”

Whether we are believers or disbelievers, virtuous or sinful, most of us are to a certain degree able to adapt and condition ourselves to face adversity and remain calm during these moments of challenge, uncertainty and upheaval.

When people receive affliction with fear, discontent, sorrow and despair; their life becomes miserable, they panic and become short tempered. Such people are unable to exercise patience remain restless, stressed and cannot find contentment that could make life easier for them.

On the other hand, due to a believer’s strong faith and reliance on Allah, it makes him persevere and he emerges stronger than others in difficult situations as this reduces his fear and anxiety and that ultimately makes matters easier for him. If he is afflicted with sickness, poverty or any other affliction, he is tranquil and content and has no desire for anything which has not been decreed for him.

‘If Allah touches you with affliction, none can remove it but He; if He touches you with happiness, He has power over all things’ (Qur’an 6: 17).Therefore the believer prays to his Lord: ‘Our Lord, condemn us not if we forget or fall into error…lay not on us a burden greater than which we have the strength to bear’ (Qur’an 2:286)

However, the one who is weak in faith will be just the opposite; he becomes anxious, nervous, confused and full of fear. The anxiety and paranoia will team up against him because this person does not have the faith that could enable him to persevere during tough times, he is less likely to handle the pressures and will be left in a somewhat troubled and depressed state of mind.

It is natural that as humans we are always fearful of losing the things that we have acquired; we desire and cherish them and we are anxious to acquire more, because many of us will never reach a point where we are satisfied with the material things in life.

When certain frightening, disturbing or unsettling events occur, like emergencies or accidents we find that a person with sound faith is calm, steadfast, and able to cope with the situation and handle the hardship he is going through; such a person has conditioned himself to face afflictions and this makes his heart stronger and more steadfast, which gives him a level of tranquillity.

This shows the difference between a person who has strong belief and acts accordingly, and another who is not at this level of faith. Due to the strong belief of the true believer he is content with whatever Allah Almighty has decreed,

This life is full of ups and downs and uncertainties, but the only certain thing is that from the moment we are born we will be tested with life’s challenges throughout our entire lives, up to and to the final certainty, death. ‘Be sure We shall test you with something of fear and hunger, some loss in goods or lives, or the fruits of your toil, but give glad tidings to those who patiently persevere’ (Qur’an2:155).

The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: “How wonderful is the matter of the believer! All of his matters are good and this is the case for nobody except a believer. If he is blessed with prosperity he thanks (Allah Almighty) and that is good for him; and if he is afflicted with adversity he is patient and perseveres and that is also good for him.”

During those challenging times you have three choices: either you can let them define you, let them destroy you; or you can let them strengthen you.

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