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ISIS THE DIVINE MOTHER
Isis is the most famous queen/goddess of ancient Egypt. Isis’s relationship with Enki is somewhat convoluted. Enki begot Marduk (Ra) and Marduk begot Shu. Shu in turn begot Geb. Then Geb and his half-sister wife Nut begot four children, one of whom was Isis. This would have made Isis a great great granddaughter of Enki. But what actually happened was that Nut had Isis not with her husband Geb but with Marduk’s half-brother Ningishzidda. Genealogically, that made Isis a granddaughter of Enki primarily.
Isis was the name by which the Greeks called her. It was actually an abbreviation of SSS-SSS, a title of the Orion Queen, who was Enki’s sole parent. The name Enki gave Isis was AST-AST, after yet another title of the Orion Queen, which was abbreviated as AST. Ancient Egyptians called her Ast, not Isis.
The name Nut, Isis’s mother, also resounds with Orion antecedents. The daughters of the Queen of Orion who were borne her by the Queen Mother through the surrogacy arrangement were known as N-TT-TT, abbreviated N-TT or simply NUT. In Egypt, Nut was known as the goddess of the sky because as we explained at one stage, on the SSS World (the throne planet of the Orion Queen), “N” stood for Heaven, meaning the Orion star system.
Isis was the mother of the famous Egyptian god Horus, who ruled Egypt for 300 years from 8970 to 8670 BC.
OTHER PROMINENT ANUNNAKI GODDESSES
The highest ranking Anunnaki female on Earth was Ninli, Enlil-Jehovah’s wife. She bore the number 45. A self-effacing woman, Ninli kept a very low Earthly profile. Enlil married Ninli, originally known as Sud, here on Earth under very controversial circumstances we shall dwell upon at length in due course.
The second highest ranking female on Earth was Ninki. This was Damkina, Enki’s official wife. Her number was 35. It was Damkina who bore Eve, Adam’s wife, through uterine implantation after in-vitro fertilisation.
Next was Ningal, Nanna-Sin’s wife. Ningal was the daughter of Enki and his mistress known as Ningikuga. Ningal was also known as Asherah, amongst other names, and was one of the most popular Canaanite goddesses. Her numerical rank was 25.
Sarpanit, Marduk’s wife, was not recognised by Anu and Enlil. As hinted above, this was because she was an Earthling and Anunnaki men were forbidden from marrying “inferior” Earthlings. Sarpanit was a daughter of Enkime, Enoch in the Bible. Marduk’s marriage to Sarpanit had serious reprisals. First, he forfeited his eligibility to the Sirian-Orion throne, to which he had been second in line after Enlil. Second, he was banned from ever returning to either Nibiru or the throne planet of Sirius/Orion. It was for this reason that Marduk fought tooth and nail to be Earth’s King as that was the only worthwhile prize available to him.
Bau, also known as Gula, was Ninurta’s wife. She was Anu’s youngest daughter and so was Ninurta’s aunt. Of the Enlilites, she was the most pro-Earthling. She ran a medical facility for humans in Ninurta’s city, Lagash. When Ishkur-Adad and Nergal blitzed the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah with nuclear bombs in 2024 BC, Bau opted to die with her beloved human subjects from the ravages of the “nuclear wind” (that is, the nuclear radiation) that wafted all the way to the Edin city states, making her one of the few Anunnaki royals who died whilst on Earth.
Geshtinanna was born to Enki and Ninmah here on Earth and later became the consort of her half-brother Ningishzidda. Geshtinanna had an indirect hand in the death of Dumuzi. Marduk contrived her with her to set up Dumuzi for a trumped-up rape case. She obliged and Dumuzi was accordingly accused of raping her. But Dumuzi defiantly refused to hand himself over to Marduk, who was ruling Egypt at the time, insisting he was framed. He was pursued by Marduk’s law enforcement agents and in the process fell over a lakeside precipice and drowned. It was Dumuzi’s death that led to the Second Pyramid War and in turn to Marduk’s eventual exile to Babylon.
Ereshkigal, the wife of Nergal, was the daughter of Nanna-Sin and his principal wife Ningal. She was also at once a granddaughter of Enki since Enki was Ningal’s father. Enki, like the randy Casanova he was, had Ningishzidda with Ereshkigal before she married Nergal. Ereshkigal was something of a tigress. At one stage, she had her elder sister Inanna killed when Inanna tried to have a levirate child with Nergal after the death of Dumuzi in a famous incident known as Inanna’s descent to the underworld. It was Enki who acted quickly and restored Inanna to life. The Rwandan capital Kigali is named after Ereshkigal.
We will relate all the eventful happenings associated with these Anunnaki females in detail in due course in chronological order as here they have been condensed to provide only a sneak preview