posted on Sep, 21 2007 @ 03:09 AM
In the sad attempt of the enemy to match the true greatness of the Master, is revealed without the need to refer to this attempt at all, but in the
revelation of the true story of man’s creation. It is no wonder, with the great joy that Satan and His beautiful wife Ninki had in the success of
the creation of man by their united love that the Master refused to allow man to be consumed in the flood. The following is what is, in FACT, the
greatest story ever told. When you read it, you will understand how truly awesome the great Lucifer is. For those of us who know, it is a great
tribute to the essence of the Fathers heart.
The story is the original, a story that is His and His ALONE!
The hospital-like house where Ea and the Mother Goddess went to bring Man forth was called the House of Shimti; most scholars translate this as "the
house where fates are determined." But the term Shimti clearly stems from the Sumerian SHI.IM.TI, which, taken syllable by syllable, means
"breath-wind-life." Bit Shimti meant, literally, "the house where the wind of Life is breathed in." (The Twelfth Planet, chapter 11) From this
discovery, we see the true Breath of Life, and the ONE responsible for it!
As the story continues, we see the extreme personal connection that was formed between Enki, Ninki His wife, and that which, with Ninki’s very
body, Father creates. It is a connection that can never be broken.
“But finally the perfect Man was achieved - the one Enki named Adapa”. As we can clearly see in this text, it was ENKI who named man, and in
another part, how much He loved him…
“The Wise One of Eridu, Ea, created him as a model of men.
Scholars have surmised that references to Adapa as a "son" of Ea implied that the god loved this human so much that he adopted him. But in the same
text Ami refers to Adapa as "the human offspring of Enki." It appears that the involvement of Enki's spouse in the process of creating Adapa, the
"model Adam," did create some genealogical relationship between the new Man and his god: It was Ninki who was pregnant with Adapa!
Ninti blessed the new being and presented him to Ea. Some seals show a goddess, flanked by the Tree of Life and laboratory flasks, holding up a
newborn being.” She BLESSED him, and upon presenting him to Ea, he fell in love with mankind! Is this not a far cry from the non-existent hater of
mankind that those who wish to enslave man use to instill fear? Another interesting thing to consider is that scholars could not make sense of the
biblical story until they realized that it was a re-written version of the original Sumerian text!
Next, the mother goddess placed the seed for the creation of man into 14 goddesses. After the tenth month, she preformed the task of the midwife,
inducing labor and delivering the children. In this text, her joy is overwhelming…
“The destined 10th month they called; The Lady Whose Hand Opens came. With the . . . she opened the womb. Her face brightened with joy. Her head was
covered; . . . made an opening; that which was in the womb came forth. Overcome with joy, the Mother Goddess let out a cry. "I have created! My hands
have made it!"
Finally, we see the bond that nothing can break: The creation of the human spirit! The words of Enki follow…
“In the clay, god and Man shall be bound,
To a unity brought together;
So that to the end of days
The Flesh and the Soul
Which in a god have ripened -
That Soul in a blood-kinship be bound;
As its Sign life shall proclaim.
So that this not be forgotten,
Let the "Soul" in a blood-kinship be bound.”
Sitchen concludes that this is the bond created “…in a kinship of blood that could never be severed.” So in closing I say that the above words
of Ea are the greatest and most beautiful poetry man will ever read! And so, we have the greatest story ever told, and to the Master I say: it will
never be forgotten, for the soul in the blood-kinship is wonderfully bound indeed.