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Align with Us or Die :

Who owns the Earth? Who owns the Solar System?

Many would say "Whoever has the power to claim it."

The religious person would add "Only God has that power."

In Anton Parks' reports -- his books -- there are races who, by their orientation, by their training, and by their genetics, are closer to "The Source" than the others. And while they do include fierce warrior races among them, (e.g., the Urmah), these races generally do not claim and hold territory. That is not their way.

To the great consternation of Tiamata, Mamitu-Nammu, Dim'mege, and others who had established the great life-creating experimental station that was Ti-ama-te. They could not understand why numbers of Kingú were permitted to remain and flourish here; these haughty royal Gina'abul were slaughtering and eating the precious Ukubi and other creatures that were being developed.

The final straw for these Amašutum had been the discovery that An and the other Ušumgal lords were developing a powerful new army of Anunna and Mušgir. Against the advice of the higher Kadištu councils, these Amašutum formed an alliance with the Kingú and determined to drive the new threat out of this part of the galaxy.

And they had very nearly achieved their clean sweep, but there was a problem: Enlíl, Enki's misguided creation, had managed to corner Tiamata and chase her all the way to Ti-ama-te with the Ušumgal and an unknown number of their warriors joining the chase; Sa'am-Enki and some 300 Nungal had followed, hoping to rescue their queen.

And then the gates closed. Whoever was here, was here. Nobody could leave and no one else was entering. [What gates, you ask? The Diranna. See Stargates. These are apparently easily defended from within, and control over them has never been achieved by any party quarantined in this solar system. Indeed, that is the quarantine.]

Shortly after that, as we saw above, Tiamata was killed, her mothership was destroyed, and then Sa'am received the telepathic message from his father, An: Victory was total, and Sa'am was to join them immediately.

This was the setup for an epoch-making meeting that took place in the very important African savannah: "Sínsal", the reserve for the development of "bipedals", and known to us today as the place where the remains of the earliest proto-humans are found.

As we will see, everything about this meeting could be seen as a jockeying for power or power arrangements. In that sense, it set the theme for all future human activity down to our own time -- although humans such as we know them had not yet been created -- and we would hazard to say, nonhuman intelligence (ETs, gods, God, or whatever you wish to call them) in this sphere also.

Dim'mege and Mamu were planning to assert their territorial control, even to the point of challenging the very presence of the Ušumgal, and they were expecting the Namlú'u to appear and back up her claim. They had expected to see a straggling remnant of the Anunna army. But they were in for some unpleasant shocks. The first was the sight of the tip of Africa, inundated by the tidal wave that had been created by the plunge of Tiamata's mothership.

The second, upon reaching Sínsal, was the view of the victorious armada, hundreds of thousands of warriors lined in military precision. Facing them, Sa'am's party consisted of himself, Mam, Sé'et, Zehuti and Dim'mege, flanked by a hundred Nungal, some Anunna who had arrived on Uraš with them, and 400 Ama'argi. No match.

But it was the Kuku (ancestors) who were stunned, and the cause of it was the sight of the Nungal. With their light skin they were taken for Kingú Babbar and the cry went out to kill them on the spot.

But Mam took the verbal offensive, declared the presence of the invaders to be an outrage, and refused to have to justify in this meeting place the species who belonged to Mam's group.

At this point, the Kuku emerged from the mass, followed by Ninmah and Enlíl. Sa'am immediately noticed that Enlíl had not molted, as had his Nungal. This business of who molts and who doesn't seems to be key among all these races and genetic operations. At any rate, Sa'am with his knowledge of cloning almost lost himself in contemplation of the implications of this curious discovery.

Anšár (creator of An) brought the focus back to matters at hand by reminding Mam that her mistress and creator, Tiamata, was defunct and could no longer give her cover, and that Mam was henceforth under the Kukus' "divine injunction".

Sa'am took a moment to scrutinize the spirit of one of the Anunna standing near the Ušumgal. He wanted to learn how he was seen in their eyes. What he saw was confusion in their hearts. Sa'am was the son of An, with the power to command them, but also a coward who preferred to take refuge in Mam's petticoats rather than join them in combat...

Enlíl then signaled his soldiers. With a great din, first one and then three more cadavers were projected into the air, landing heavily at the feet of Sa'am and the others. They were a green Kingú, a Kingú Babbar, an Amašutum, and an Urmah warrior.

Again, Sa'am the geneticist studied the face and body of the Urmah, never having seen one before. The skin was golden as the sun, his hair of an ochre tone...


"That is what we do to our adversaries," broke in Anšár. "This is but a pale reflection of the torrent of blood that has been spilled on account of Tiamata and her allies. It is Enlíl, our champion, who led us to victory. It is to him that comes the right to administer this territory. You are in our grip. Align with our side or you will all die !"

The little pageant continued with Ninmah stepping forward to announce that her lover, Enlíl, has been proclaimed Master of the Mardukù (the Laws) by the combined Ušumgal Council.


Please review Laws. Without an understanding of these Laws -- who wrote them, what they were intended for, and how they were subverted -- many other understandings will escape the reader as we move through these books. Don't forget to think about the role of laws in religions, highly pertinent. Also, keep your eye on this very interesting character, Ninmah. A Kadištu. Or was she? Sometimes she herself would have liked to know. But that's life on Uraš for you! It helps you find out who you really are.

Another note: While the Ušumgal Council appeared early in the Chronicles narrative, it seems to take on great prominence from this point forward in the history. Clearly, some key event concerning this council has transpired.

Ninmah continues...

"The Anunna High Dignitaries have also voted. To [Enlíl] alone accrues the right henceforth to administer the Anunna of Dukù. Therefore we have accorded him the title of MARDUK. We wish to have no further effusions of blood. Your destiny is in your hands."

A momentous detail that the Assyrian specialists have never understood: Marduk is not a proper name, but a title given to him who possessed the full powers, that is to say, who was the Master of the Mardukù. [See linked references above.]

In the Mesopotamian mythology Marduk is the son of Enki, we know that to be true, except that Marduk is no other than Enlíl at this precise point in history. [The specialists do not understand that Enlíl is Enki's son. In fact, they seem to be unaware of the entire cloning enterprise (and how this clouds the meaning of family or parental relations) that was so all-important.] We will see at the end of this work [AG] and throughout the third book [(i.e., the planned third book of The Chronicles)] that Enki had another son who also carried the title of Marduk. This explains why the tablets make at one point a clear distinction between Marduk and Enlíl while still amalgamating them in certain versions.

A moment of discussion between Dim'mege and Mam, and then Dim'mege stepped forward to pronounce, as sovereign of the Amašutum of Uraš, that she would not oppose the coming of the Gina'abul, but the first-ranking of Uraš would have to be consulted.

And who would they be, joked An. If there were any beings more evolved than these ridiculous Ukubi (apes), let them show themselves now or forever quail before our presence!

Well, that was a moment. Dim'mege signaled with Nammu's yellow crystal and some fifty Namlú'u popped into the KI, right in the middle of the Anunna formation, quietly and effortlessly bumping the soldiers aside.


A moment of cold panic seized the Anunna in their columns, who then moved to distance themselves from these beings, tall as mountains.

Zehuti then moved to join with the Namlú'u, and from that position, addressed Enlíl:


(Zehuti) As the premier Nungal, and full member of the Kadištu, I allow myself to assign to you the holy presence of those responsible for this place. They are surprising beings who conjugate all the qualities of emissaries of the Source. You who wish to pass yourself as the Šàtam [territorial administrator] of Uraš, you must accept the Namlú'u, in the name of the Source of whom we are all issue and in the name of your creator Sa'am-Enki, master of this place!

Here, Zehuti prostrated himself before the Namlú'u; Sa'am and his group did the same. But the Anunna remained stunned by all that was taking place. The Ušumgal, with nothing to say, said nothing. An had become feverish. Enlíl watched him from the corner of his eye. And then, with a nervous snigger:


"Never! Never will I kneel before these creatures who are no parents of mine!"

"Not even before your creator Sa'am-Nudimmud-Enki to whom you owe your life as do all your Nungal brothers present here?" asked Zehuti.

"I have no common origin with you and your Nungal brothers," responded Enlíl. "Am I modified like all of you? Have I the white skin like that of the Kingú-Babbar traitors? I recognize but one authority, that of my fathers with whom I went to battle in the heaven. He who you call Enki is for me Nudímmud. As a son of An, he is just a brother to me, but not my parent!"

Yet another important element that seems to have escaped the experts on Mesopotamian tablets: the bloody disputes between Enlíl and Enki are not over fraternal order, but over ascendancy (lineage). In fact, there exists an ancient Sumerian tradition in which Enlíl definitely descended from Enki and his spouse, the goddess of the Earth Damkina. The specialists, troubled by such documentation, have preferred to put it into their heads that it must not be the same Enki (even if it was the same spouse Damkina as in the other texts), and have thus transformed this Enki into an obscure god of the Earth of whom no one knows anything...

This confusion is explained by the fact that Enlíl, from his arrival on the Earth, profited from his notoriety by creating a deviation between his creator and himself. This devious maneuver permitted him to record himself as brother (at times even elder brother) of Enki and not as his son. Only the Ušumgal, the Nungal and the ancient Anunna knew the truth. Time has taken care of the rest.

Other documents of clay reveal however this hidden filiation, as for example the tablet K 5157 (bilingual text, part of the Babylonian Liturgies -- Paris, 1913) where it is stated: "[Enlíl], whom the father who has engendered you, Enki, (and) Ninki, send you a prayer in my favor."

Ninki ("priestess of the Earth") is a name given to Nammu, but also to her daughter Sé'et.

An interceded here, offering a kind of reconciliation, showing a "magnanimous" side. He thanked "Nudímmud" for having integrated the diverse heretofore-unknown species of this place. He said that the information that Sa'am and Nammu had compiled would be of great support to their project. And while Nammu had not been able to eliminate the influence of the Kingú over Uraš, at least Sa'am had been able to resist them, to the point where none were in evidence at the moment.

For all this, he rendered thanks to Sa'am and agreed the name ENKI was sound and well-deserved. The Master of the KI will be their teacher and will guarantee the development of the colony.

Furthermore, Sa'am had already worked for the survival of the Anunna in the first battle on the Dukù.

For all this, Enki will be given the full rights to manage his domains, and of course he has the rights to all of the Abzus of Ti-ama-te (the Solar System). Enlíl will be the Šàtam (Administrator) in chief of all the Anunna developments. Enlíl and Enki will work together for the survival of the colony...

The Jewish literature and the texts of the Koran explain that Satan cohabited with the "angels" because he was a part of the same celestial family and he was himself in the service of God (=An). The Mesopotamian mythology indicates itself that, upon the arrival of the Anunna on the blue planet, the Earth was given to Enlíl and the Abzu to Enki... But the texts do not indicate that Enki and the priestesses who surrounded him were adroitly deprived of their rights and of their legitimate oversight of Uraš.

...Ninmah will remain in the Uraš colony with her lover.

The Ušumgal will purify Ti-ama-te of their enemies. Once that is achieved, some of them will return to Udu'idimsa (Mars) with the High Council and "one other" will rejoin the colony of Enlíl on Uraš.

Here Enki was momentarily nonplussed, and Sé'et took the opportunity to step forward and speak her mind. She might have done better to hold back, because this resulted in An's proposal to exile her to Mulge for her troubles. Interesting and most significant point: An put this to a vote of the seven members of the Council, of which Enki was counted as one (due to his having inherited the position from the father of them all, Abzu-Abba, whom he had killed in the first days of his life).

His vote made no difference; in fact they knew he would vote against so they never even asked him. It seems that majority rules in this Council institution.

As the Anunna soldiers were taking Sé'et away, Mamítu and Enki protested, which resulted in a peremptory decision by Anšár to send her to Udu'idimsa (Mars), where he felt she would be more useful anyway (there being too many Kadištu on Mulge). Or did he have other intentions for her? It was noted that he gave her an odd look.

Further negotiations ensued, with Dim'mege and her Ama'argi being granted the rights to her territories but in return for services that would be required of them.

Briefing (3) :

The reader may have noticed that scattered throughout these pages are occasional passages designated "Briefing". These contain information from Kadištu sources, as Parks recalls them, and they invariably have value that passes beyond the activities of the moment but can help us today in our understanding of the pageant in which we find ourselves. Designating them as "Briefings" is intended to assist the reader in locating them using the menus or the search engine.

One of these occurs at this point in the narrative. At the end of the Sinsal meeting, An is reminded of the Namlú'u who had been silently standing in their midst. In fact, his soldiers were becoming disturbed by this. An looked up at them, became rather uncomfortable with their presence, and made a dissembling attempt to approach them. We will pass by that, except to say that it clearly angered the Namlú'u, one of whom replied thusly:


(Namlú'u) We are not party to your dealings. Your words are the sickness of your affliction. You seem to lose yourselves in a perpetual disequilibrium of expression of the Source. This brings to you an erroneous vision of the world that surrounds you and distances you from inner peace.

May the emissaries of the Source who work in the heart of your group lead you toward true wisdom.

Do not deceive yourselves as to your adversaries! Contraries are always attracted; this is not a fatal thing. Take the time to hear what they have to say to you. Some have a positive influence and others are diverting. Watch them acting and perhaps even enduring to guide your line toward reason.

The effort must come from you. No one will do it for you.

The time has come for us to withdraw progressively from this density, which is in great peril.


At this point, Mam overstepped. She attempted to command the Namlú'u to remain:



In doing this, she showed that she too had failed to grasp some basic matters. The Namlú'u then were required to give her a gentle dressing-down, in front of her enemies:


(Namlú'u) Emotion gets the better of you, Šubatám (brilliant guardian). We have not been programmed at all, contrary to your own creations. You seem sometimes to forget it, but this is justified by the fact that the females of the Gílimanna (Celestial Bestiary) did not participate in our conception.

We are but simple conduits linked to the Source. We have no particular obligation other than to propagate the light.

Our creators left this density in order to allow you to experiment with your ideologies. This quest that guides your hearts has been in progress for many Limamu (millennia). The coming of all these soldiers represents the final phase of the work of the Gílimanna (Celestial Bestiary) on Ti-ama-te (the solar system). This phase will take whatever time is required for total realization, but it will lead the Gílimanna to an impass if it persists on this path.

For us to remain near the Gílimanna while it develops the most painful phase of its project of demolition, would lead to suicide for all of us. Šubatám (brilliant guardian), guard your energy to aid your own. You have no need of our services to complete the work of your life. We leave you now and may reason win you over and never be at risk of losing you in eternal torments...

I heard "Good riddance!" from the group of my Kuku (ancestors). The Namlú'u disappeared from our reality, scattering several Anunna.

Was it a farewell or simply a "till we meet again"?

Aftermath :

A tasty extract from the gnostic Nag-Hammadi text, "The Origins of the World", Codex NH2-5 ; 20:

"When he (the first father) learned for certain that there existed before him a luminous immortal Man, he was profoundly troubled, because he had declared to all the gods and to their angels: 'I am God. No other exists beside me.'

"And he was frightened by that which perhaps they, from that point on, knew: that one other than he had existed before him and could condemn him! But he, insensed as he was, ignored this condemnation and took it lightly. He said, "If someone was before me, let him appear, that one may see his light. And no sooner had he said that, than a light shone forth from the Ogdoade who is in the heights and crossed the seven Heavens and the Earth. When the first father saw how beautiful and clear was this light, he was stunned and became confused. When the light had appeared, a marvelous human figure was shown in it..."

Extract from the Babylonian poem Atrahasis, lines 1 to 26:

"When the gods had the task of man, endured the duty and carried the burden, the burden of the gods was large, the work was hard, the distress was immense.

"The great Anunnaki imposed on the Igigi (Nungal in Sumerian) a sevenfold burden...

"As they agreed, the great gods drew lots: Anu returned to the Heavens, Enlil took the Earth for his fiefdom, and Enki, the prince, received the inland seas.

"When Anu returned to the heaven, the gods of the Apsu (Abzu) descended; the celestial Anunnaki imposed the burden on the Igigi.

"These gods dug the watercourses to open the canals... In that manner they carved out the Tigris and then the Euphrates rivers."

This "briefing" went down hard on everyone present on the Sínsal that day. The Anunna soldiers, for example were left in anguish. Thinking themselves to be the most highly-evolved form of life and now able to relax in their new idyllic world, they had been quite disillusioned by the vision of the Namlú'u and the things they had said. They went back to their Gigirlah and took to the skies. An, for his part, was totally confused.

Sa'am's Kuku, Ninmah, and Enlíl were furious. Sa'am and his people went to their various vessels. Zehuti had started to board with Nammu and Sa'am, but Nammu gestured him away, to go find some other vehicle.

Sa'am was disconsolate, head in his hands, but Mam pulled his hands away and gave him some slaps. She was highly disappointed with him, whom she had thought to be a Kirišti (Kadištu emissary, working in the universe for the Source), because he had not acted to save his sister. She went on to list all the things that Sé'et had been doing for him, and it was an impressive list.

But she did not seem to know or acknowledge how much Sa'am truly loved his sister, and how much he was grieving. This was cruel.

This seemingly minor matter -- how much Sa'am loved his sister -- is actually of an importance that cannot be overstated; it leads directly to the key theme of the planned third volume of The Chronicles, The Awakening of the Phoenix! In fact, there could hardly be any matter more important to us today, because its deliberate misappropriation has become a core component of the very thinking and personal orientations of many of us.

How can that be, and what is that theme? It is the idea that Sé'et/Aset/Isis and Sa'am/Asar/Osiris were sister souls or celestial sister/brother. Their long train of incarnations is traced, as is the means for conducting the inseminations and the soul pathways that make it possible to proceed.

And Parks shows what has been made of this, and by whom, for the purpose of controlling humans.

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