Road of Redemption
In relation to the Initiation of Peš (see Decoder)...
Enki has accepted the sentence of Uga-Muš (People of the Serpent).
He is presented to a group of Amašutum waiting on the dock at the port of Dilmun. The females take him to the north of Kankala (Africa), to an ochre-colored terrain. Periods of dryness and heat have turned to sandstone the characteristic red color of the desert formations.
They direct him to a tunnel. Two priestesses attend at the end of a long obscure gallery. They give him a sign of the head and stare at him for a long time, as though to judge him. One of them places her hand on his shoulder and accompanies him to a cavity carved into the ground. With a dry and authoritarian gesture, she points her finger and bids him to sink himself in.
The slot is narrow; Enki must introduce himself like a miserable Muš (reptile). He progresses with great difficulty, propelled only by body undulations. This is a revisit of his training like a worm on the ground at the time of the test of the fire of the Aš...
The echo of Nammu's voice is his only comfort and he heeds her recommendations.
After incommensurable efforts, he emerges onto a large zone that leads him toward an antichamber which possesses a small circular basin where a priestess, impeccably attired, attends impassively. She invites him to purify himself in the little reservoir with green reflections and hands him a tunic of white linen.
Enki opens the door of the initiation chamber. The Ninišib (see Decoder) is there, at the center of the setting, dressed in a long fabric that covers her body like a cape. It seems to be the Ninhal, the priestess of divination, who had made strange prophesies an eternity ago. She is coiffed with a Mendalla (twinkling crown) formed into a globe.
Enter and put this issue behind you, my son. You will not leave this place before seven days. At your exit, you will be transformed forever and you will know everything of the power of Gissu (the Shadow).
He penetrates into the set and recloses the heavy door behind. The chamber is gloomy, lugubrious, almost cold, comfortless. The place is practically empty, only an inhospitable couch, a clear basin, and some objects on the ground filled the place.
You expected without doubt a more comfortable place. Look beyond appearances, do not be influenced by the aspect of things. Your initiatioin does not require the luxury and perfection of palaces. You will quickly forget the inhospitable appearance of this place. Son of the Shadow, you find yourself in this consecrated place to honor the creation and to better know yourself. The Proof of the Fire of Aš has permitted you to cast yourself with us and to obtain an extension that you have not yet perfectly mastered.
I am going to aid you in surpassing your comprehension with the support of the fire of Peš, with which you will accede to your divine fortune.
Approach, my child.
He takes eight steps forward and faces the metallic and inexpressive visage of the Ninhal (priestess of divination). She asks him to remove her mask, which he does, uncertainly. A shiver of stupor envelopes him. There, before him, he sees the visage of his promise, the face of Sé'et?!!
Reassure yourself, my child, I can take the face of your choice. I am the only Ama'argi to possess the power of Niama. (I do not count the queen of Šàlim [central city of the Abzu] and your sex slaves to whom you have transmitted your power in great blunder.) I had thought that this visage would convenience you.
The Ninhal (Priestess of Divination) immediately modifies her visage, taking on one that Enki does not recognize. She smiles, stares at Enki, and inspects him slowly, head to foot. Enki does the same, except that only her face is visible, the rest hidden under the long fabric of dark blue, scattered with stars finely built-up with golden wire.
Her make-up is delicately executed, giving her an expression at once sweet and severe...
[There follows considerable detailed description of the Ninhal's make-up. We leave that for your experience with the book, when it becomes available. We will simply mention here that all of this is making Enki nervous.]
Confusion has never brought any good, my child. Take hold of yourself, I am not going to devour you, as far as I know. Am I not agreeable to regard? This is my true face, who sees it becomes a hero or dies! As you can see, the years have not dried my radiance...
He makes a sign with his head. She hesitates a short instant.
In fact, your initiation will pass through perilous stages and my charms will serve as support for you.
The Ninišib gently opens her fabric to the level of her basin and allows a fine and sensual thigh to escape. "Profit thus from the delight of embracing me," she breathes. Enki kneels, embraces her foot, and notes a strong musky perfume.
It is the perfume that awakens the senses. Your initiation is very special, because it is complete. Mamítu is a Kadištu (Life Designer), but not a proven sexual technician. She does not possess the practice that you will integrate today, the "Darknesses of Nalulkára". To have practiced the amourous gesture and life designing with Nammu, Ninmah, your sister of the Abzu and someone of your creations of poor taste, you must know that the Kadištu rarely use different positions at the time of their rapports with their partners and that they work above all with the muscles of their Gála (vagina). Nevertheless this act, thanks to the intensity of the pleasure that they procure, deploys the Šagra (Chakras) and elevates the practitioners beyond the conditions of individual existence. This action generally leads them toward precise orgasms which carry a reciprocal comprehension.
We are both going to go further still. The initiation of fire of Peš will put to the test all your instincts and will inflict on you psychic and psychological mutations that will metamorphose your conscience. You will be required to go beyond your ego in order to prove the different aspects of yourself, which will demand an absolute control of all your senses.
You will have understood, this initiation is very serious and involves many risks from which you are going to have to preserve yourself. These risks are as important for you as for me. If you badly miscarry my efforts, you will have the capacity to cause me to stumble into dementia with you.
Everything is a question of skill and control; once again, the mastery of Niama will be of no use to us, you and me, and can even become an obstacle to your elevation.
If you succeed, you will live a veritable existential mutation that will illuminate you with a limitless prestige.
Have you any questions, my son?
No, I am ready to be guided by you.
Good! Disrobe and go into the basin and let us proceed to the ablutions.
We are making an editorial decision to pass over the explicit description of the ensuing seven-day sexual encounter, which you can eventually find in the published book. But it must be at least summarized because it was important. And why was that? Because there was a need to make of Enki a Lord who would be the match of the great Šàtam, Enlil. Recall that Enlil was originally just a clone made by Enki in the laboratory, and a defective one at that, scheduled for destruction. But Enlil had been keeping busy with we don't know exactly what, and was the favorite of An, and was now a formidable power. For Enki to achieve what he needed, he needed more facility with the dimensions, and that meant with the chakras that gave access to them, and apparently sexual practices were THE favored way to achieve this.
And so Enki is to be initiated, with the Ninhal (priestess in divination) whom you may recall his meeting long long ago (Prophecy). It would be excellent for you to review this episode now, as it contains elements that are key to our understanding of the entire Ages of Uraš story, namely, the introduction of the idea of the Sister Souls that is about to be brought back to our attention.
It is by no means clear that Enki will succeed in this "Proof". In fact, he very nearly fails on the first day, which would have been a disaster for everyone. However, the Ninhal gives him one reprieve, explains his error, and allows him to continue.
Apparently he does succeed, because we eventually find him in a conversation that reviews some key matters and points to the path ahead. We WILL cover this here in detail, because of its great importance.
We pick it up with the Ninhal asking.
Now that you know where to procure the elements of your defunct sister, what are you going to do exactly?
It is stronger than I. I have struggled against this ambition! I, I do not have an explanation. I am so lost that I sometimes finish by losing faith in the Source...
And you think that you are going to rediscover this faith in cloning Sé'et? No sadness can justify such a selfish act, my son. I am going to be sincere with you because, paradoxically, I understand your torment. When one has the fortune of meeting an Urní (sister soul), life is definitely no longer the same.
Why do you say that to me? You have definitely predicted to me, so long ago, that I had to meet my Urní (sister soul) but your words did not allow me to understand that it would appear to be Sé'et...
True, but I never said that Sé'et is not your Urní (sister soul). You are several Urní (sister souls) forming the complete being of which you are a part. It is quite exceptional... At any rate, I have not the right to reveal to you how many you are. However, I can tell you that Sé'et is your direct double feminine. That is why you are and always shall be so intimately linked.
Then why are we separated?
My son, true Urní (sister souls) can consort with one another only under the condition in which they find themselves in phase, meaning that they possess the identical level of evolution. Sé'et holds a slight advance over you. If you restore her to life, you will only be creating an uncertain situation.
Sé'et, your inverse imprint, knows this. She has often worked for you without even knowing it, because she has been preparing for a long time now, in the visible and the invisible, the day of your true finding of each other. An Ud (day) will certainly come when you will be able to cohabit together as lovers in the KI (the 3rd dimension) and be very happy, but before that you must evolve separately.
I know that all this is difficult to understand. Equally that which I have tried to make you comprehend in speaking of your other Urní (sister soul) who was placed in the world in the KI such a long time ago and whom you have known since then under the name of Ninanna. She will transform the world of your Kuku (ancestors) and will work for a long time on their account.
But I must warn you of other plans, because I do not enjoy repeating myself and reminding you of your first objectives.
You live in a world without loyalty, my son. If you do not rapidly make a decision, your adversaries will turn the Ukubi (genus Homo) against you and your partisans. You have made an audacious choice in revealing the secret of life to your human Alagni (clones). You have brought them a semblance of autonomy, but you have made many enemies. Even certain of your Nungal do not seem to completely follow you.
The only individual who completely fears your Kuku (ancestors) is your mother, the true regent of this world. Dìm'mege does not have the class of Nammu, well though she has aided you in awakening the Lú (humanity). Have you not understood that if your mother were to disappear, the Ušumgal, with the aid of their Great Šàtam (territorial administrator), would pursue you and eliminate yours from the surface of Uraš (the Earth)?
All that seems strange to me. I would have wished to live far from here, in Margíd'da (Ursa Major), there where I was born, to better know Mulmul (the Pleiades) and Gagsisá (Sirius) with their Kadištu (Life Designers). Kalam (Sumer) and my Kuku (ancestors) have always wished to make of me a perfect knight, a disciple of the Anunna cause, which I will never understand.
Wake up, my son! Your heart will surely heal, because you alone are the guardian of your soul! However, that which made your place down here, you have lost it in frequenting the Ukubi (genus Homo). You are excluding yourself definitively from the paternal and directing core. Ninmah can do no more for you. She herself is in danger, because she closed her eyes when you and your sister operated in Edin and in her garden at Kharsag. Your Kuku (ancestors) are very suspicious. Reflect carefully on the manner in which you are going to have to act from now on. I have but one thing to say to you: take as a model those who have never lied to you. Your unquenchable ingeniosity will know how to extricate you from this new trial...
Awakening the Queen of the Throne
Enki has gone to Mulge-Tab, where he is welcomed by the Ama'argi, as always. Magnolia-scented Mulge-Tab has an aquatic and forested environment that greatly resembles that of Sé'etrá'an, which revolves around Gagsisá-Eš (Sirius 3). This (Sé'etrá'an) is the home of the Gir, obstetricians of Kirišti (blazing sons of life, also see Decoder).
He also visits with his friends, the amphibian Abgal (see mention and description in pages Secret1 and AG5), also of Gagsisá (Sirius), who swim with the Kíg-Ku (dolphins). They are completely au courant with events on Uraš and know of Enki's affairs down to the smallest detail.
As to Sé'et's cells, which Enki has obtained from Ninmah and brought with him, Enki asks for authorization to use the pyramid there on Mulge-Tab for the resuscitation, the one in Atlantis never having been completed.
Why do you make such a request, Éa (of the House of Water)?
Sé'et is my Urní (sister soul), I need her assistance to finish that which I have to accomplish.
Do you really know what you have to accomplish, my brother? Your soul has often been to the theater of combats where your reason battled the appetite of your feelings. What more could your Urní (sister soul) do? Why do you need her for you to realize that Uraš (the Earth) lives through extremely difficult times?
I don't think I have need of her for me to accomplish. I simply need her true and profound love and her unselfish support. She can back me up because her science is famous. I am certain that she can bring to the Lú (humanity) much love and compassion. She will know how to instruct them and protect them from our enemies.
Sé'et is a true Gir, a saintly obstetrician of Kirišti (blazing sons of life), she will bring my progeny, that of the Abgal of whom she and I are issued. She is the only true descendant of Mamítu-Nammu, the Queen of the Throne. We will assure together your teaching and the purity of your intentions as Life Designers.
Son of the Water, we do not doubt the purity of your designs, nor your spiritual virtues. What you ask is important, but because your heart is just and your intentions noble, we accord to you the utilization of the great Mer (pyramid). Its functioning is very simple. As the ancient body of Sé'et no longer exists, you must place a part of the components into the sarcophagus of the principal chamber and we will give you the use of a Siensišár (matrix) in the lower chamber.
As to the technique of clonage, it will be your own.
And so it is decided and done.
The saintly Nindigir (priestesses) cast their benevolent regard on Enki and surround him with a swirl of multicolored garments. They execute in the depths of the Mer (pyramid) a mysterious ceremony in which Enki is not permitted to participate. He can only place the genetic material of Sé'et into the Siensišár (matrix), set the device into operation, and wait patiently outside the holy edifice. The various Kadištu (Life Designers) appear confident.
While awaiting the results, Enki has an important discussion with his Abgal brothers. One of them whispers to him that they have conversed together and that they propose their services on Uraš (Earth):
Aside from your august Nindigir (priestesses), we are the last true Kadištu (Life Designers) present in Ti-ama-te (the solar system). The guardians of Ti-ama-te, the Imdugud created by the Urmah and the royal Gina'abul, are in danger. They have been programmed by the Urmah to play the role of conciliators. But they have always been in retreat from the works of the Kadištu (Life Designers). That is why they today face the Anunna all alone and it is why certain of them have become slaves of your Kuku (ancestors).
The saintly Uraš (Earth) is a domain in which human nature finds itself from now on unified with a quantity of imperfections and miseries which are insurmountable obstacles to their happiness.
Since you have decided to mark Uraš (Earth) with the hallmark of Gagsisá (Sirius), we must offer you our assistance.
All of which brings much comfort and solace to Enki. It is decided that several Abgal will accompany him on Uraš (Earth) to work with him for the peace of humanity.
After 16 Danna (32 of our hours), the body of Sé'et is at term and is ready to be extracted from the Siensišár (matrix). The air in the incubation chamber is superheated... The priestesses voice their admiration when the illu (amniotic fluid) is spilled out on the ground... And then the final awaited moment when Enki can admire the Abgal technology: Sé'et is there, face to face with Enki, still dripping, but it is she, with her petulant regard reflecting the ultimate depth of her soul.
Feeble and trembling, but with the same dignified air that she always possessed.
With her agile silhouette, she raises herself; she waivers and he supports her in his protective arms.
She contemplates him for a long time and gratifies him with her incomparable little smile.
She is unable to speak at first; he counsels that this is normal.
He offers a long tunic of silk constellated with stars, furnished by the priestesses.
He leaves her then to rest, assuring her that all was well.
Outside, a jubilant throng has amassed to celebrate the return of the Great Gir, the Great Mother. The various Nindigir (priestesses) of Mulge-Tab have spread offerings of flower petals.
Enki makes sign to the Abgal that he and Sé'et will embark immediately and their vessel is brought up without losing an instant.
During their descent to Uraš, they become aware of the shadows enveloping the planet, the dark clouds dominating the horizon.
They settle to land in the middle of the brilliant expanse of the ocean, in Dilmun, the country of all the delights. There is no welcome; no one has been advised of their return. Only faithful Sigpabnun (Isimmud) is present... He conducts the seven Abgal to their comfortable quarters, with private pools.
A soft, perfumed night falls very quickly. The lamps of Dilmun glow like miniature stars in the evening. Enki brings Sé'et to his personal apartments where she collapses onto the bed, totally exhausted.
Enki installs himself in an ebony armchair and contemplates silently as the diffuse light of the Itud (moon) bathes the bed. He weeps profusely. Later, he places himself near her, takes her hand and, for the first time in a long time, sleeps a profound sleep.
A note about Sé'et's new name: A-SÉ-ET, "the source of the harbinger of life" in Sumero-Akkadian. "Aset" is the true Egyptian name of Isis.
The unexpected arrival of Nammu's daughter into the heart of the community prompts a shared response from the House of the Gina'abul. From the height of the terrace of Enki's palace at Dilmun she embraces the people of the saintly isle. All praise the return of the "Grand Harbinger of Life".
Washed and rubbed with perfumed oil, she is acclaimed as Ninki (the Priestess of the Earth), the companion of Enki-Nudimmud. (Recall Nudimmud = The Cloner)
Ninmah makes a great welcome. She considers Asé'et as her own daughter or even her sister. The queen of Dilmun makes no sign of any defiance toward Asé'et nor makes any gesture of wishing to preserve her own patrimony. Ninmah shares Dilmun with Asé'et and Enki with no concerns.
Mamítu, on the other hand, coming up from the Abzu for the occasion, offers a somewhat glacial welcome. Indeed, she has been distant from Enki for a long time. She is doubtlessly submerged in contradictory thoughts and sentiments.
Enki and Asé'et have returned to an Uraš (Earth) in the greatest disorder. Ukubi-Ádam Min (Homo Sapiens) and his brother Ukubi Annegarra ("placed after" recreated Neanderthal) form a nebulous multitude that is consumed with hunger and thirst. The atmosphere is heavy with hostility and brutality.
Ukubi-Ádam Min (Homo Sapiens) progressively replaces his brother in certain difficult tasks; he ceaselessly digs the valleys to find precious metal for the colony. The confused multitude becomes progressively a menacing mass in the eyes of the Great Šàtam (territorial administrator) and Enki's Kuku (ancestors).
As suggested at a previous assembly, the Grand Council of Kharsag commands Enki, through the voice of Enlil, to shorten the lifetimes of the different Ukubi (genus Homo). If he fails to carry out this order, there will be war without mercy between Enki's people and the Ušumgal and their Anunnaki.
Asé'et counsels Enki to comply, in order to maintain the fragile peace. Anyway, she says, the great cycle of Zišàgál (incarnations) makes a mockery of the length of Ud (days).
However, she decides to create a new stock of Ukubi Annegarra (Neanderthal "placed after") from those which they had previously retouched. This is a Lubarra (white) version, intended to divert the rulers of Kharsag. Enki concludes she is touched by obligations to his Nungal and their commandant, Zehuti (Thoth).
Asé'et works secretly in the Gigal. Enki has given her full authority over this sacred place just as the Urmah had legally accorded it to him. Enki is at all times the guarantor of the cause of the felines of Sipazianna (Orion). He has requested Asé'et not to pilot any Gigirlah or other flying vehicle and always to travel with Zehuti (Thoth), who keeps constant guard over her. She must also be accompanied by one or two Abgal. (Enki lives in constant fear of being again separated from her. While they have never discussed this, he suspects that Asé'et shares his worry.)
In the context of this discussion of the genetic project, Parks in his special kind of recall has Asé'et remarking that they are giving the "Secret of Secrets" to these new human precursor races, embedding it into the modification of the genes.
Just what is this Secret? It has been a thread throughout this website, perhaps not as constantly and "in-your-face" as Parks has it in his own books, but we have not neglected to include it. It is the secret of female power, no less than the secret of immortality.
And why is this particular mention of it so singularly important?
Because until this point in the narrative, it has always been possible to relegate it to a factor pertaining to "reptoids" or "reptilians" - to use generic designations so often employed by writers in New Age and occult literature who have yet to come to terms with the volume of detailed information presented by Anton Parks in his books and, to our ability, by ourselves here on these pages. And who, one could ask, really knows if these "reptilians" even truly exist? If we don't know THAT, what do we care about how long they are supposed to be able to live?
It's a little different when we are told that this is a characteristic of ourselves, if we would only learn how to make use of it.
Parks ends the current chapter of his book with a highly-detailed linguistic analysis (see Note A.G. 136) and study of a Sumerian seal suggestive of this subject (caption of Fig. 38), which support the proposition that this "Secret knowledge" was in the possession of important thinkers in our ancient civilizations, though also suppressed from popular knowledge, giving rise to certain religious and social taboos.