GENESIS 4 and 5, General Atiku, talk about the genealogies of the Cainite and Sethian lines. There are two features that are particularly arresting about the two genealogies. The first is that the names are so uncannily similar, an aspect we have already noted and pronounced upon. The second is that the writers of Genesis show a unabashed ambivalence towards the Cainite line. They at once exalt it and scoff at it.
Since the Cainites (the descendants of Cain) were Enkites, General, they were extraordinarily gifted thanks to Enki’s super genes. Jubal, for example, was a most entrancing musician, like Enki was, and Tubal-Cain was the most accomplished craftsman of his generation – that is, a master metallurgist – again like Enki was. This the Levites, the authors of Genesis, duly recognise, General.
On the other hand, they make a point of calling attention to the fact that the Cainites were a wicked lot. A certain Lamech is recorded as boasting to his wives that he killed two men and that anybody who would be so foolhardy as to exact vengeance on him would earn himself 70 times the wrath of God. What is ironic, though, is that Lamech was of the conjoined Cainite and Sethian (the descendants of Seth) lines, the reason he features on both lists. How did the two lines merge and why, General?
AN ENKITE HYBRID MARRIES AN ENLILITE HYBRID
The Levites were Jews and the Jews were Enlil’s chosen people, Enlil being the most prominent Jehovah/Yahweh as he was Earth’s Chief Executive, initially substantively and in due course only in a patriarchal sense as other members of the Anunnaki pantheon also had their chances at being an Enlil (remember, General, Enlil was simply a title for the Anunnaki ruler of Earth: his own name according to some ancient records was Anen).
We have already related that Adapa, Enki’s son with an Earthling woman, was the first Priest-King of the Earthlings, the Sanga-lugal or Melchizedek. When he died, he was succeeded by Cain. Cain was in turn succeeded by his firstborn son Etana. However, General, Etana’s line did not lead to Noah, the hero of the Deluge. The line that led to Noah was that of Enoch I, Cain’s second-born son. This is the line that in turn led to Shem, whose descendants, the Jewish people, found favour with Enlil.
As such, Etana’s line became obscure and Enoch I’s line became preeminent, just as Esau’s line became obscure and that of Jacob, his younger brother who appropriated the birthright from him, became preeminent. It was all politics at play rather than merit, General, consistent with the Enlilites’ characteristic divide and rule stratagem.
Meanwhile, Cain’s younger brother Seth began his own line through his firstborn son Enshi, Enosh in the Bible. Seth also had a second-born child, a daughter called Noam. Now, Seth was the favourite of the Enlilites because unlike Cain, who was fathered by Enki, he was fathered by Adapa and so was easier to co-opt into their faction. The Enlilite thus wanted Seth’s offspring to have a genetic stake in the ruling line. That was only possible if his line merged with Cain’s royal line. As such, a uniting intermarriage was orchestrated. Enoch I and Noam came together in holy matrimony. It is the resultant conjoined line, General, that led to Noah and to Shem.
You will now understand, General, why in Genesis the Cainite line and Sethian line for the most part carry identical names. They were the same people. But since Cain was an Enkite, the pro-Enlil authors of Genesis wanted to give the spurious impression that the Jews sprang from Seth alone and had nothing to do with Cain. In order to create and embed this fiction, they gave two separate Cainite and Sethian lines when in truth the two lines did integrate into one bloodline from the very beginning with the marriage of cousins Enoch I from the Cainite line and Noam from the Sethian line.
If Cain hadn’t been the carrier of the royal gene, General, his name wouldn’t have come into the mix in the genealogical passages. He would have been ignored altogether. But it was essential to feature him because it was he who lent legitimacy to the conjoined line. Sadly, General, Christendom has missed this most fundamental of truths and simply dismissed Cain as no more than a cold-blooded murderer.
From Adapa to Noah, there were ten generations General. Adapa (born about 110,000 years ago) fathered Cain (legally, that is, as Cain was Enki’s biological son), Abel, and Seth. The trio constituted the second royal generation. Cain begot Etana and Enoch I, whereas Seth (born 103,000 years ago) begot Enosh (95,000 years ago). These three marked the third generation.
Enoch I married Noam, Seth’s daughter, to integrate the Cainite and Sethian lines. About 92,000 years ago, the couple had a son Kunin (Cainan in the Bible). Kunin marked the fourth generation. “Kunin, He of the Kilns, his name had the meaning,” relates Enki in The Lost Book of Enki. “For by Ninurta in Bad-Tibira he was tutored, of furnace and kiln there he learned. How with bitumens fires to make, how to smelt and refine he was taught; in the smelting and refining of gold for Nibiru he and his offspring toiled. In the 98th shar did this matter come about.”
Approximately 89,000 years ago, Kunin fathered a son with his half-sister Mualit. His name was Malalu (Mahalaleel/Mehujael in Genesis). “He Who Plays, his name meant,” says Enki. “In music and song he excelled. For him Ninurta a stringed harp made, a flute for him he shaped. Hymns to Ninurta Malalu played, with his daughters before Ninurta they sang.” Malalu was the fifth generation Adapite.
Malalu married his paternal cousin Dunna, by whom he had a son called Irid (Jared/Irad in the Bible). This was 85,000 years ago. Jared meant “He of the sweet waters”. Of him, Enki says, “Dumuzi how wells to dig had taught, for flocks in distant meadows water to provide”. Jared marked the sixth generation since Adapa.
Like Malalu, Jared married his paternal cousin Baraka and about 79,000 years ago the couple had a son they named Enkime, known as Enoch in the Bible and the apocryphal books. We may as well dub him Enoch II to distinguish him from Enoch the son of Cain. Enoch II marked the seventh generation. Just under 71,000 years ago came a eighth generation Adapite, born to Enoch II and his wife Edinni. He was named Matushal (Methuselah in the Bible). His name meant “God’s Helper”.
Enoch II fathered Lumach (Lamech in the Bible), born about 56,000 years ago, when Adapa died. Adapa thus was alive through the first nine generations of his progeny. The name Lamech meant “Mighty Man”. Lamech was the ninth-generation Adapite. Finally, General, came the tenth generational, the most famous of Adapa’s offspring. This was Ziusudra, meaning “Wise Man”.
In the Bible, Ziusudra is known as Noah, the hero of that infamous globalwide flood that decimated the population of mankind. Noah was born to Lamech and his wife Batanash 49,000 years ago, but there is a biological twist to the circumstances surrounding his conception courtesy of Enki that we will address at the appropriate time. We see, therefore, General, that between the birth of Adapa and the birth of Noah, about 61,200 years passed. The progenitor of the line himself, Adapa, lived for about 55,800 years.
The year of Cain’s death is not known but since he was alive when Adapa died, he too must have lived for nearly as long as Adapa. As we have long pointed out, General, the ages we read in Genesis were microscoped by a certain mathematical factor: they were not literal as the Adapite line lived for thousands of years thanks to the ingestion of Star Fire, or processed menstruum.
ENKI AND ENOCH SCHEME SOMETHING
About 75,000 years ago, in the time of Enoch, a new Ice Age dawned on Earth, General. It did not hit abruptly: it was gradual. About 25,000 years later, it was biting hard. Earthlings and Anunnaki alike were reeling from it. Enki characterises this dire situation thus courtesy of Zechariah Sitchin’s The Lost Book of Enki: “In those days, the Anunnaki for their own surviving were concerned; their own rations were diminished, by Earth's changes they themselves afflicted became … The tribulations were increasing, fear and famine their heads reared.”
By this time, Enoch had spawned two generations, General. They were that of his son Methuselah and his grandson Lamech. Now, although Enoch lived in luxury in a facility hollowed out of a mountain at Sippar in the Edin – Eden in the Bible – he kept regular touch with his family directly and was well-attuned with happenings around him. He may have had a sheltered life but he was concerned about the welfare of his family under the prevailing climatic circumstances. Their fate so exercised his mind they were always in his prayers.
As he obsessively contemplated the wellbeing of his family, he had a “vision” in which he saw a mighty flood inundate the Earth. What were these so-called visions that are such a constant feature in the Bible and the Sumerian records, General? One cannot say for sure since they are not explained, but the impression one gets is that of something like a movie which is shown not on a screen but holographically in the surrounding air in a dark setting. Who was behind this hologram? On the basis of what would later transpire, it was Enki, General.
For just after he had this vision, Enoch sent for Enki. Why Enki when he, Enoch, was a protégé of the Enlilites? The reason is simple: Enoch knew that if the globalwide flood was an avoidable catastrophe, it was Enki who could do his utmost to avert it, not Enlil. Enki was mankind’s creator and therefore had a heart for humans. On the other hand, Enlil regarded mankind as expendable. To him, humans were like roaches crawling all over the place and who therefore had to be Doom-sprayed into oblivion. If Enoch loyally served the Enlilites, it was by virtue simply of the privilege they had made possible for him – of settling on Nibiru in the forseeable future and living happily ever after Amen.
Enki made haste to Enoch’s redoubt. Enoch recounted the vision to him along the following lines: “What I saw in the vision Lord Enki could or could not happen but whatever the case, we ought to make a contingency plan. And for that I’m counting on you. If the flood were to take place soon, I personally would be flown to Nibiru but what about my children and grandchildren? They would perish. And you know as much as I do Lord Enki that your brother Lord Enlil wouldn’t care an iota about them. Only you, Benevolent Lord, has a heart for mankind.”
Even as Enoch was speaking, the quick-thinking Enki, who had the sharpest brain of any Anunnaki, was already weighing several options, General. From the satellite pictures provided by the Igigi who were in orbit around Earth, Enki did detect that the mountain of ice that had built up on the continent of Antarctica was a disaster waiting to happen. If Nibiru were to draw too close to Earth than it ordinarily did, the colossal ice sheet would tip over into the Antarctic Ocean, giving rise to a globalwide Tsunami capable of extincting life on the planet.
Enki thus, General, resolved that Nibiru’s trajectory had to be watched very closely. The mathematics of its orbital positions had to be scrupulously calculated so that precise predictions on its impact on the planet could be made at least a shar in advance. Meanwhile, Enoch and he came up with a strategic plan in which Enki’s role was both primary and salivating as it involved bumping and grinding – the kind of action Enki relished greatly!
LAMECH’S ODD SON
Like his grandfather Enoch, General, Lamech was an Enlilite lapdog. He was based at Sippar, Utu-Shamash’s cult city, where he was known as Ubar-Tutu, meaning “Utu’s Understudy/Intercessor”. In other words, he ruled the human residents of Sippar on behalf of Shamash. In short, Lamech was Sippar’s Priest-King.
An occupational specialty of Lamech, General, was architecture. He was simply outstanding in infrastructural design. Enki thus used this forte of his as an excuse to get him to Egypt, where he was presently based. Enoch was hired by Enki to teach humans the art of design and construction. Of course Enki himself, who the Egyptians called Ptah – meaning “Creator/Developer” – and his phenomenally gifted son Ningishzidda could easily have done this but the idea of roping in Lamech was a clever means to a strategic end.
Lamech, General, was married to his cousin Batanash. But whilst fulfilling his contract with Enki, he had left Batanash with Ninmah at Shuruppak. Not long after Lamech arrived in Egypt, Enki decided to pay a visit on Ninmah. It so happened that one day, Batanash, a staggering beautiful and curvaceous woman, was taking a shower in a roof-top bathroom and Enki was peeking at her through a window to his bedroom – a spectacle you would have relished too General if I know you! Enki’s bedroom was on a floor that was one storey higher than the level at which Batanash was bathing and since the bathroom was roofless though walled, Enki saw every inch of her and all her eye-popping postures as she tried to spruce up every contour of her body. Blood, General, flowed to Enki’s nether regions – he was in bonking mood.
Soon he had made his way into the hallowed privacy of Batanash’s cubicle and according to Sumerian records, “his semen into her womb he poured”. No woman on Earth, General, was capable of turning down the advances of Enki, whose way with words coupled with dynamically good looks they found irresistible. Besides, Sumerian records suggest that Enoch had conjugally neglected his wife, like most men do when they have been with a woman for a long time. Note, General, that the copulation only partially stemmed from lust: Enki and Enoch had planned it all.
Enki, a most virile man who hardly ever fired blanks, scored with his first attempt at goal, General. Nine months later, Batanash had a child, a boy. Since the boy looked somewhat unusual, Ninmah radioed Lamech to rush to Shurrupak pronto. The moment Lamech set his eyes on the boy, he was stunned. “White as the snow his skin was, the colour of wool was his hair: like the skies were his eyes, in a brilliance were his eyes shining,” says The Lost Book of Enki.
In other words, General, the child resembled the typical Anunnaki, who were of a chalky-white skin, had blue eyes, and “shone” thanks to their ingestion of Ormus or its equivalent on a daily basis. As if that was not strange enough, the child was able to talk from the moment he was born! “He arose in the hands of the midwife, opened his mouth, and conversed with the Lord of Righteousness,” the latter being Enlil, who had also been invited over by Ninmah to come and see this extraordinary little bundle of joy.
Methuselah too was dumbfounded but he didn’t say much, General; instead, he referred Lamech to his grandfather Enoch. Enoch was to conduct a DNA test on the baby and if he found that indeed the baby was fathered by a “Nefilim” (as the Anunnaki or Earthlings with substantial Anunnaki blood are referred to in the Bible), he was to investigate who exactly it was. Methuselah knew that Enoch, being the head of the Enlilite’s equivalent of the CIA, would easily find out who had committed adultery with Batanash. Certainly, Enoch must have had a Anunnaki DNA database at his disposal.
BOY CHILD BEOMES KNOWN AS NOAH
Lamech, General, rushed to Sippar in a chopper accompanied by Anunnaki escorts who knew exactly where Enoch lived in a “dwelling place among the angels at the ends of the Earth”. However, he was not allowed to enter the premises. Instead, Enoch came out to meet him. After relating the object of his calling, Enoch, who had masterminded everything along with Enki, pacified him straightaway. He said there was no need to conduct a DNA test on the baby as he indeed was Lamech’s.
But the baby was certainly special. His unusual appearance and precocity (talking straight after birth) betokened an omen of sorts. “There shall come a Deluge and great destruction for one year, but your son and his family are destined to be saved,” Enoch said. “The Lord has showed me and informed me, and I have read it in the heavenly tablets.”
Having said this, Enoch enjoined Lamech to keep the secret to himself, an admonition he inviolably honoured. Thus it was that Batanash gave the child the name Atrahasis, meaning “extremely wise.” This had to do with the fact that the child could speak from the day he was born and sensibly so, unlike ordinary babies who verbally matured through the gears. In future, Atrahasis would come to be best-known as Ziusudra (in Sumerian) or Utnapishtim (in Akkadian, the forerunner to the Hebrew language). Both the terms mean “He of long bright life days”, which was very fitting as it was Atrahasis who preserved life during that watery calamity and so ushered in a bright new day.
In the Bible, Atrahasis is known as Noah, General. This is from the Hebrew Noach, meaning “comfort”. Again this is apt in view of the fact that his birth heralded good tidings on the flipside of the coin: he was to be the saviour of mankind and all life forms as the Deluge raged. The name also had the connotation of snake – “Noga” in your national language General – which suggested it was an open secret that he was Enki’s kid and only putatively Lamech’s.
Joseph’s and Judah’s family lines conjoin to produce lineal seed
Just to recap, General Atiku, the Israelites were not headed for uncharted territory. The Promised Land teemed with Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites. These nations were not simply going to cut and run when they saw columns of battle-ready Israelites approach: they were going to fight to the death.
… and obliterates the entire Egyptian army using HAARP technology and Directed Energy Weaponry
The Israelites’ first stop on the great trek toward Arabia, General Atiku, was a place known as Succouth, about 120 km south of today’s Port of Suez. This was exactly 3 days after their departure from Goshen.
The Succouth stop, General, was not meant for an overnight rest. Within the Succouth region and near Serabit El Khadim were two Egyptian controlled copper and turquoise mines where Israelite slaves toiled without pay. Thus Moses ordered a stop there to collect the Israelite miners, a gesture which was in keeping with the terms of the exodus he had negotiated with Pharaoh Ramesses.
From Succouth, General, Moses led the Nation of Israel to Migdol, the Egyptians’ three-way look-out point, which was about 500 km from Egypt. At Migdol, the Egyptians, who were keeping tabs on the huge Israelite procession, kept meticulously trained homing pigeons – organic couriers of messages between Egypt and the Sinai Peninsula. The Egyptians had used courier pigeons since 2400 BC. The moment the Egyptian sentries observed the approach of Israelite hordes, they immediately dispatched one or two homing pigeons to the Pharaoh’s palace to alert him accordingly. Homing pigeons flew at a speed of 100 km per hour and so in only 5 hours’ time, Ramesses would have received the message.
From Migdol, General, the Israelites proceeded to Etham, where they reached “a dead end”. Etham was surrounded by mountains 300 metres high. This made the Israelites a sitting target in case the Egyptians pursued after them. With such a rude awakening, Ishkur-Adad, the executive Anunnaki Enlilite god, had a rethink and had his people retrace their way back to the plain at the foot of Migdol, where they were to camp. It seems, General, that these back-and-forth manouevres were also a strategy on the part of Adad to confuse the Egyptians.
Next, the Israelites moved to Pi-Hahiroth, around the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula. Pi-Hahiroth was located on the shores of the Gulf of Aqaba, that is, between Migdol and the eastern arm of the Red Sea.
To date, General, the Israelites had been moving through the “Wilderness of Egypt”. The Wilderness of Egypt was the V-shaped area of land between the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba. Today, it is known as the Sinai Peninsula.
EGYPTIAN FORCES HEM IN ON ISRAELITE CONTINGENT
The Israelites camped for 8 days at Pi-Hahiroth. This is curious, General: if the Israelites were pressed for time to get to Arabia, why did Adad let them procrastinate for so long?
The Bible itself provides the answer in EXODUS 4:14, General, which reads thus: “Thus I will make the heart of Pharaoh steadfast, so he will pursue after them. Then I shall indeed be glorified in Pharaoh and in all his army; and the Egyptians will know that I am Yahweh. Hence they did so.”
Once again, General, we see Adad’s mind manipulation artifice at work here. Adad’s intention was to perform a great “miracle” that would astonish both the Egyptians and the Israelites – the parting of the Red Sea, that is, the Gulf of Aqaba. He wanted the Egyptians to be firsthand witnesses to this extraordinary feat so it could be the talk of the day. So what does he do, General? He uses his long-honed mind-control tricks to work on the psyche of Ramesses so that he (Ramesses) makes a rash decision to give fervid chase after the Israelites.
So the moment Ramesses received the message delivered by the homing pigeons – that the Israelites were now camped at the foot of Migdol (before they set off for Pi-Hahiroth) – he sent a 600-man strong chariotry after them. His excuse was that the Israelites had tactfully (that is, by way of deceptive borrowing) purloined a priceless amount of gold and silver from his people and he wanted this returned before they crossed the Gulf of Aqaba.
Since the Egyptian army were horse-mounted, they arrived at Pi-Hahiroth much faster than the Israelites did. But they did not attack the Israelites there and then, General, as they were intimidated by Adad’s formidable-looking flying saucer which kept vigil over the Israelites day in and day out.
Seeing that the Egyptian forces were now on the scene, Adad decided to get his people to cross the sea using the Straits of Tiran, which linked Arabia to the Sinai Peninsula. To effectually do that humanly speaking, they would have required thousands of ferries, which would have taken months to construct. The quickest passage was by way of none other than a miracle. How was this miracle to be effected, General?
MOSES OPTS FOR STRAITS OF TIRAN
According to the Bible, the Israelites were presently camped at Pi-Hahiroth (meaning “Mouth of Water” as it was located on the rims of a bay that was shaped, roughly, like a cross-section of an open mouth). Pi-Hahiroth was located around the southern edge of the Sinai Peninsula and overlooked the island of Baal-Zaphon (EXODUS 14:1-4), a rather visible marker across the Gulf of Aqaba, the eastern arm of the three-prong Red Sea.
Baal Zaphon (also called Mt. Tiran) is a half-kilometre-high mountain on Tiran Island in present-day Saudi Arabia. Baal Zaphon means “Lord of the North”. The Lord of the North as we well know, General, was Utu-Shamash, Enlil-Jehovah’s most prominent grandson. He was so-called because it was he who oversaw Baalbek (also known as the Crest of Zaphon), the Anunnaki aeronautical landing place which is located in present-day Lebanon, which indeed is north of Israel.
What that implies, General, is that although Baal-Zaphon was south of the Arabian mainland, it was controlled by Utu-Shamash, the Lord of the northern-located Crest of Zaphon. Thus the three major Enlilite gods of the day – Nannar-Sin, Ishkur-Adad, and Utu-Shamash – were all based in Arabia at the time of the Exodus, with Nannar-Sin as the seniormost of them all. It explains, General, why Nannar-Sin in due course became the Allah of Islam, a religion that was spawned in Arabia.
The Israelites did not linger long at Pi-Hahiroth. Remember, General, they were using a route previously unexplored. They decided to vacate Pi-Hahiroth because they were kind of boxed in by the high mountains surrounding them, which would make them a sitting target to the Egyptian army in case it pounced (EXODUS 14:3). Accordingly, they headed due northeast for a place known as the Straits of Tiran. Why, General, did Moses opt for the Straits of Tiran?
The Straits of Tiran is a natural land bridge that links the Sinai Peninsula to the Arabian mainland. About 18 km long and 0.8 km wide, it is the shallowest stretch of the Gulf of Aqaba. It actually comprises of two lanes. The one, called the Enterprise Passage, is 205 metres deep, and the other, called the Grafton Passage, is only 70 metres deep.
Thus the Straits of Tiran was Moses’ best bet if he and his people were to cross the Gulf of Aqaba. But exactly how, General, since 70 metres was by no means a walkable depth and the Israelites were no fishes but humans who breathed open-air oxygen through their nostrils?
ADAD PARTS THE GULF OF AQABA
The Bible says Moses had the Israelites cross the Red Sea when he miraculously parted one wall of water from another to allow for a dry-land walkway across. That, sadly, is an exaggeration, General. The person who parted the Red Sea was not Moses but the Anunnaki god Ishkur-Adad, the Jehovah of the Exodus.
He did this to impress both the Egyptians and the Israelites, having subliminally influenced Pharaoh Ramesses (by way of long-distance hypnotic, mind-control triggers) to come after them (EXODUS 14:8). But even Adad did not perform a miracle, General: he used HAARP technology and a Directed Energy Weapon (DEW).
When we acknowledge the parting of the Red Sea, we’re simply giving the Bible the benefit of the doubt. The incident is not recorded anywhere in the Egyptian annals, General. Yet our overriding impulse is that the Pentateuch writers would not simply have imagined it.
The other possibility we should allow for, General, is that the Straits of Tiran at the time was likely not as deep as it is today: its waters were probably only inches deep, so that it was easy for the Israelites to wade across it all the way to the Arabian shores.
The Bible also says when the Egyptian army surged forth to chase after the Israelite caravan, the waters resurged, hemmed them in, and had them perish. If Adad indeed did employ HAARP technology and DEW, such a scenario would have been possible: these precision technologies can trigger tsunamis instantaneously. But a counter to such a scenario, General, is that once again, the mass perishing of the Egyptian army in a watery disaster as they pursued after the Israelites is not documented in ancient Egyptian archives.
In any case, General, the Egyptians would not have been so foolhardy as to charge at the Israelites when Adad’s Flying Saucer, which menacingly hovered around, would have easily unleashed dazzlingly swift and deadly tomahawk-like missiles at them.
So if indeed the Egyptian army did perish en masse, it was the result of Adad’s “magical” missiles rather than Frankenstein waters swallowing them in one fell swoop. Ramesses and his courtiers would have deemed it too humiliatingly stigmatic to admit to such a wondrous and wholesale annihilation of his forces and so they would have opted not to log it into the Egyptian archives for fear of losing face both before the body politic and posterity.
SEVENTH DAY REST BORE NO RELIGIOUS CONNOTATIONS WHATSOEVER
Still whilst the Israelites were camped in the Wilderness of Sin, General, Adad decided to set aside the last day of their week’s sojourn there whereby they were to desist from all kind of work and simply relax and possibly introspect on their movements to date as well as ponder the journey ahead.
This incident has been grossly distorted by some sections of Christendom to mean Adad sanctified the 7th day, Saturday, as a holy day. Sadly, that is way out of context, General, as the official ordainment of the Sabbath took place much later.
If you objectively read the context of the story in the 16th chapter of Exodus, General, you won’t see any religious underpinnings whatsoever. At this stage, all Adad wanted was for the Israelites to simply rest on the 7th day of their arrival in the Wilderness of Sin.
He thought they desperately needed a leisurely day given that over the week they had been busy catching, salting, and drying quails (the quails were so plenteous they “covered the camp”(EXODUS 16:13). In any case, the quails had stopped arriving on the evening of the 6th day, so that when some of the wayward Israelites continued to look out for them on the 7th day regardless of Adad’s edict that they desist from all work of any kind, they saw none (EXODUS 16:27).
The fact that Adad intended the Israelites to do utterly nothing on the 7th day is suggested in EXODUS 16:23, where Moses exhorts them to cook and bake enough on the 6th day so that they won’t need to do that on the 7th day.
Thus the observance of the 7th day in the Wilderness of Sin, General, had nothing to do with spirituality: it was simply about total abstinence from work, an off-duty sort of scenario. Indeed, there is nowhere in EXODUS 16, General, where Moses enjoins the Israelites to set about worshipping Adad.
At this stage, the Israelites simply were not ready to devotionally dedicate themselves to Adad as they still were wracked with doubts. A recurring word in EXODUS 16 is “grumbling”. The Israelites were full of gripes and remonstrations against Adad, an obdurately stubborn tendency that greatly troubled Moses.
That said, the number 7 was a significant one to the Enlilites, General, in that it was the number of their leader overall, Jehovah-Enlil, as well as the number of the planet Earth when counted from the direction of the planet Pluto. In the creation story in the opening passages of Genesis, the Elohim (the ruling pantheon of the Anunnaki) are said to have rested from the creation process on the 7th day.
Of course General we now know, courtesy of the Sumerian records, which predated Genesis by about 3000 years and on whose contents the Genesis writers substantially drew upon, that it was Enki, the great Anunnaki scientist who genetically engineered Adam into existence, who rested on the 7th day of his arrival on Earth 432,000 years ago. Enki’s rest was not from creating the world: it was from the toils of setting up his residential estate at Eridu (from which the word Earth derives) in modern-day Iraq.
WHY ADAD ACTED AT THE TIME HE DID
When Ishkur-Adad retrieved the Nation of Israel from Egypt circa 1335 BC, General, he aimed at attaining three objectives primarily.
The first was to fulfill the promise the Enlilites, the Anunnaki clan of Jehovah-Enlil, had made to Abraham in 2041 BC. If you recall, General, that year Amar-Sin, the King of Ur (in today’s Iraq) formed a coalition of four Kings of the East (Mesopotamia, today’s Iraq) under the auspices of the wayward and debauched Anunnaki goddess Inanna-Ishtar and deployed them into war against the Five Kings of the West (Canaan).
Inanna’s principal goal was to capture the Anunnaki spaceport in the Sinai Peninsula and thereafter declare herself the Queen of Earth at the expense of Marduk (an Enkite and her mortal enemy), whose ascendancy to the lordship of Earth (due in 2220 BC, the mathematical onset of the astrological Age of Aries but still a bone of contention visually as the Taurus constellation still was prominent in the night sky) was long overdue but towards which he was striving day in and day out anyway.
Having picked up intelligence from as early as 2048 BC as to what Inanna was up to, Nannar-Sin, Inanna’s father, commissioned Abraham, a crack military general, to set course for Canaan with an elite corps of cavalrymen and cordon off the spaceport. General Abe performed suitably in this regard when he duly intercepted and repelled the Eastern armies miles well before they could reach the spaceport.
An exhilarated Sin undertook to Abraham that as a reward for the feat he had performed, his descendants were to take possession of Canaan (which was presently inhabited mainly by the descendants of Noah’s son Ham) in the fullness of time (GENESIS 15:18-21). Canaan was henceforth referred to as the Promised Land by the Jews.
Sin reiterated the promise to Abraham’s son Isaac (GENESIS 26:3) and his grandson Jacob (GENESIS 28:13). It was now 700 years since Canaan was pledged to Abraham and Adad, Sin’s younger brother, decided it was time the Enlilites made good on their promise.
The second reason Adad decided to remove the Jews from Egypt to Canaan, General, was to right the wrongs of the past at the expense of the descendants of Shem. You will recall, General, that after the Deluge, Noah produced three children in the same year from three different mothers.
These were Shem, Japheth and Ham. When the known world was partitioned between the Enkites and Enlilites, it was on the basis of the offspring of these three. Japheth’s people were allotted Europe; Shem’s people the Middle East; and Ham’s people Africa and the Arabian land mass. Shem and Japheth were under the tutelage of Enlilites, whereas Ham was under the tutelage of Enkites.
The land that later came to be known as Canaan was accordingly and legally inhabited by Semites, Shem’s people, with Ham’s people (Hamites) concentrated in north Africa. For some reason, the most influential Hamites were the descendants of Canaan, Ham’s fourth-born son.
When Set waged war against Horus over the control of Egypt, he rallied to himself Canaan’s people. And when he invaded the land that came to be known as Canaan circa 8970 BC, his army largely comprised of Canaan’s people. Canaan’s people drove away Shem’s people from the appropriated land and settled in it. That’s how it came to be known as Canaan.
Set’s seizure of the land of Canaan, General, was illegal as it was a flagrant breach of the terms of the partition of the known world. Thus it was that in 1335 BC, Adad decided it was time Canaan was repossessed and populated by a people to whom it rightly belonged – the Semites.
Although the term Semites included both Arabs (descendants of Esau and Ishmael) and Jews (descendants of Jacob), in this context it applied only to the descendants of Jacob (who was also known as Israel) because it was to Isaac and Jacob Canaan was pledged and not to Ishmael or Esau.
Finally, General, Adad was in a hurry to remove the Jews from Egypt to Canaan because King Anu of Nibiru, “Our Father Who Art In Heaven”, was expected to touch down on Earth in about 700 years’ time. Anu was to land on Earth via the new spaceport in the Americas and was to be feted in what was already designated as the future capital of the world – Jerusalem.
By that time, Canaan as Anu’s host country had to be in the hands of the Jews, the Enlilites’ chosen people. The Enlilites had to be in charge of the affairs not only of Canaan but of the whole world. Anu would be received not by Marduk, the legal Chief Executive of Earth, but by a member of the Enlilite top brass.
Ideally, this was Nannar-Sin, who was the legal (not the lineal) heir of Jehovah-Enlil. But as we have long demonstrated, General, as Anu’s arrival neared, the Enlilites began to contend for the right to host Anu. The main contenders were Sin, Adad, and Utu-Shamash.
The artificially induced eruption of Santorini, General Atiku, engendered the Ten Plagues that Ishkur-Adad used to “showcase” his “supernatural” powers as a “deity” of clout before the Hykso-Hebrews and to awe Ramesses. The Ten Plagues were as follows: