Celestial Origins of Man and Why We Were Created: Genesis 2-3

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Written by: Nikoya

atesttubebabyThere was a time on the ancient Earth when the resources were sought out for use by celestial beings of extraterrestrial origin.

These ancient beings have been recorded in many different ways throughout history and culture, but the oldest and first recorded evidence come from ancient Sumerian/Akkadian tablets.

There have been many scientific validations of what the Sumerians recorded- the practice of IV fluid administering, the planetary body alignment in the solar system, Artificial Insemination, In-vitro Fertilization, genetic manipulation of the genes of crops (GMO) and the breeding of animals*.

The book of Genesis is a very short, limited account of the elaborate and deliberate creation story that actually resulted in the birth or creation of man. The origin of man as well as the intended purpose of our species is intriguing and mind-boggling to some.

WARNING: If you do not have the right amount mental megahertz to process the true account of the creation of our species, you may crash, freeze up, or even block the download of factual information as a means to cope with these raw facts. If you are a member of a religious church, organization or a strict denomination, please disable your mental pop-up blocker in order to fully digest this information with a non-biased, clean mental hard drive.

There was no man to “work the land”

For the Lord God had not caused it to rain on the earth, and there was no man to till the ground – Genesis 2:5

God created man for this purpose: to work; till the ground and mine gold.

The name of the first is Pishon; it is the one which skirts the whole land of Havilah, where there is gold. And the gold of that land is good. Bdellium and the onyx stone are there. – Genesis 2:11-12.

Why would the Sustainer of all things, the Most Omnipotent God care about gold? Why would he care to mention onyx stone? Or any other Earth bound resource for that matter?

The Most High God or the true Source of all is not after gold. This is a supportive point that reassures readers the book of Genesis is simply referring to “creator gods” (plural)- other beings such as the Annunaki whom are being mistaken as the Supreme “God” or Source by those who need to rethink.

Genesis 1-3 corresponds to the more exhaustive Sumerian Tablets account of the origin of man. The Annunaki was burdened by the task of completing a great work for their planet Nibiru but wanted to be relieved of the burden of toil. They set out to create a primitive worker to mine their gold and complete their work. That was when our species, homo sapiens, were artificially inseminated (before being mixed in a laboratory dish) into the womb of a “goddess” (Annunaki; specifically Ninti).

annunaki1The Annunaki had figured out a way to create a being smart enough to create and deliver the work by mixing their DNA with a primitive being already on Earth (the Neanderthal or possibly even the Homo Erectus), but had not given the ability to fully access all of their mental capacity, nor their version of “immortality” (everlasting life).

They summoned and asked the goddess, the midwife of the gods, the wise birth giver, [saying:]
“To a creature give life, create workers!
Create a Primitive Worker,
that he may bear the yoke!
Let him bear the yoke assigned by Enlil,
Let The Worker carry the toil of the gods!”
– As Quoted via Summerian Translation, Z. Sitchin.


Hmmmnmm, now, while we sought to simply explore the origins of humanity out of curiosity, and possibly loftiness, we become perplexed of the truth and the rawness of the creation process and the created purpose of the Homo Sapien.  We also face the fear that we were indeed created to be slaves for some sort of overall “purpose” but not necessarily one of a “supremely divine” nature.

The Sumerian term for man is noted as “Lu“, with the root meaning “worker; servant” similar as to the root found used to refer to domesticated animals*. It is noted from the Akkadian text, that the term “Lulu” denotes the mixture of the “man” as a species**.

This is why I have explored the concept of “work” and purpose a lot on this blog, because there is such a difference in the two.

Before one can overstand the origin of human beings, they have to be aware of science, geology and real ancient texts. If you are looking at Genesis to give you overstanding you are limiting your revelation of complete facts. The Sumerian tablets give more of an account of creation, where as in Genesis it is redacted down into one paragraph.

There is also a synoptic gap in the creation passage in Genesis and a time conversion that corresponds to the ancient account in Sumerian text. The 7 days of creation were not literal days as in our time.  1,000 years were approximately 1 day on Earth. So automatically we are talking about six thousand to 7 thousand years of creation and evolution.

When evolutionists teach that we evolved from apes, the Neanderthal or the Homo Erectus, they are scientifically inaccurate. If we simply evolved through Natural evolution from those beings it would have taken much longer than 6,000 years. There is no way possible that we have naturally evolved from either being in such a short amount of time.


However, progressive evolutionists are discarding one evident point: the possibility that the human being was genetically constructed by mixing the DNA from a primitive being already on Earth (Homo Erectus, more than likely) with the genome of their own, the creator gods (little “g” gods, Annunaki, etc.) in order to create a more efficient “slave” species to mine the resources that they needed. This ideology is in the tablets and on the walls in kemetic structures in Egypt, South Africa and Mesopotamia.

 

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