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NINMAH OUR GREAT MUMMY
On planet Earth, Ninmah was the most revered of the Anunnaki womenfolk. Her name means “Her Royal Highness” as indeed she was the foremost Anunnaki princess. Ironically though, her numerical ranking was 5, the lowest an Anunnaki member of the Pantheon of 12 was conferred. Why so?
Well, as we related in an earlier piece, Anu had wanted Ninmah, his eldest daughter, to marry her step-brother Enki in a bid to further cement Sirian-Orion relations after the merger. Ninmah was attracted to the breathtakingly good-looking and super-intelligent Enki alright, but he didn’t have much to offer in terms of regal potential. Enki was not in the line of the Sirian-Orion succession whereas Enlil, her half-brother (they were both biological kids of Anu but had different mothers) was.
Naturally, Ninmah gravitated towards Enlil and in the process had a son with him, Ninurta, on planet Nibiru. This development irked Anu, who placed a curse on her: she was never ever going to marry. What that entailed was that rankwise, she would never rise beyond 5 as a female’s rank derived from that of her spouse. For example, if she had married Enki as per Anu’s wish, she would have occupied rank 35 since Enki’s was 40.
A leading medical doctor, Ninmah was detailed to travel to Earth by Anu to set up formal medical facilities for the Anunnaki as their numbers on the planet increased. These she established at Shurrupak in the Edin, which became her cult centre. Temperamentwise, Ninmah was sweet, much like Enki and very much unlike the austere Enlil. When Enki was commissioned by Anu to undertake Project Adama – the creation of mankind – he worked with Ninmah and his genius son Ningishzidda.
Adam, the first viable Homo sapiens created by Enki, was gestated by Ninmah after he was implanted into her womb as a tiny zygote. Upon giving birth to Adam, Ninmah earned herself another name – NINTI, meaning “Lady Life”. She effectively became our Great Mammi and accordingly adopted the umbilical cutter as her emblem.
As a member of the Anunnaki Pantheon of 12, Ninmah like Enki was a dove and consistently pro-mankind. She either voted against Enlil’s extremist motions or abstained altogether. On the commonplace occasions when conflict erupted between the Enkites and Enlilites, she was often counted upon to mediate because of her natural impartiality. At one stage, when Earth was divided into four regions – Africa, Mesopotamia, Canaan, and the Indus Valley, the so-called Four Corners of Earth – Ninmah was allotted an area in Canaan which was designated as a neutral zone. This was TILMUN, the land of missiles, in the Sinai Peninsula. That was when she became known as NINHARSAG, meaning “Mistress of the Mountainhead”.
After Marduk was forever banished to Earth by Anu for marrying an Earthling, Enki determined to have a son with Ninmah to replace Marduk as heir to the Sirian-Orion throne after Enlil. Sadly, a boy was not forthcoming: all the six kids Enki had with Ninmah were girls. In fact, Ninmah had to stop Enki from wearing her down with repeated pregnancies when she put a curse on him. The most prominent of the six daughters were Geshtinanna, a mistress of Ningishzidda who was gifted at poetry and interpreting dreams; Nanshe (also called Nina), arguably Enki’s most brilliant and considerate daughter; and Nindaba (also known as Sesheta), reputed as the goddess of writing.
Enki’s son by a married Earthling woman, Ziusudra, was tutored by Ninmah at Shurrupak. Ziusudra was also known as Utnapishtim and Atra-Hasis. In the Bible, he’s best-known as Noah, the hero of the flood.
INANNA THE GOD OF EROTICA
Yet the most chronicled Anunnaki female is Inanna-Ishtar (Esther in English). Also known as Anat amid a clutch of other names, the Greeks called her Artemis and the Romans referred to her as Venus, her celestial counterpart. Inanna was one of fraternal twins born to Nanna-Sin – Enlil-Jehovah’s second-born son and the Allah of Islam – and his official spouse Ningal. Her twin-brother was the famous Utu-Shamash.
In terms of physical build, Inanna was rather atypical of an Anunnaki. She was just under 5 foot 5 when ordinarily Anunnaki’s were at least 7 feet tall. By Anunnaki standards therefore, she was a dwarf, albeit a dazzlingly beautiful one. Inanna was renowned in fundamentally three respects.
First, she was the god of love and sexuality. She was a nymphomaniac who bedded anybody she fancied. Despite her Lilliputian stature, she was a size queen who craved penetration by monster pricks. Her sexual conquests included her own great grandfather Anu; her uncle Enki; her twin brother Shamash; Enki’s youngest son Dumuzi; and demigods – members of the human nobility who were half-Anunnaki. One such demigod, Shulgi, she gushed about as “the man for the vulva of Inanna” when she caught sight of his bulbous manhood as she overflew his yard in a chopper.
On the rare occasions Anu came to Earth, Inanna was the only Earth-based Anunnaki who sexually entertained him and this was officially sanctioned by Queen Antu. Anu had built her her own temple-residence known as the E-ANNA, meaning “House of Anu”, which was more of a love nest than a temple. But the greatest love of her life was Dumuzi, who was killed whilst being pursued by Marduk’s men. She never completely recovered from his death: every time she was mounted some dude, she imagined it was Dumuzi doing the thrusting. The death of Dumuzi also somewhat unhinged her as almost every demigod she had a sustained sexual relationship with died mysteriously. Because of her overt sexuality, Inanna was often depicted stark naked in paintings and sculptures.
Second, she was a formidable and ferocious warrior, hence her other epithet as the god of war. She was known to fire “an intense brilliance” from her helmet to blind enemies and “rained flames upon Arabia” in one war. Most of the wars she fought were opportunistic ones. For example, because Dumuzi died at his hands, she regarded Marduk as her enemy No 1 but she did ally with him for a while when he was campaigning for the Enlilship in Babylon. When Marduk holed up in the Giza Pyramid during the Second Pyramid War which arose in relation to the death of Dumuzi, it was Inanna who took the lead in ferreting him out. Again it was Inanna who of the Enlilites spearheaded the assault on Marduk’s Babylon spaceport, the so-called Tower of Babel.
In order to pacify her over the death of Dumuzi, she was given rulership of the Indus Valley but she was not content: she wanted a whole region to herself. At one time, she conquered Egypt and even set her sights on Tilmun, a foolhardy move which got her into serious trouble with Enlil.
Third, she was an avid and exceptionally skilled pilot. In some ancient Sumerian wall sculptures, she’s depicted fully togged in pilot gear, with tight-fitting earphones, helmet, and flight goggles. Her cult city was Uruk (Erech in the Old Testament), where she had a “house for night-time pleasure”.
Whilst she never had children with fellow Anunnaki, she had several with demigods. They included Lulal, Shara, and Aeneas. Rhea, the mother of Romulus and Remus whom Julius Caesar claimed as an ancestor, was a descendant of Inanna.
Inanna’s numerical rank was 15. She secured the ranking by sleight of hand, when she strategically married her twin brother Shamash, whose rank was 20. Of course the marriage didn’t last. She would have several abortive marriages with demigods over time. As one of twins, Inanna was associated with the astrological sign of Gemini.
Thank you very much for your contribution dear Bridget but as I said earlier we have to be careful what to believe. In Germnay we have the sying "paper is patient" - in this case computer is patient. LOL
On this link you may read a lot about the Anunnaki but I´m still not sure if everything is true !!
Love Light and Peace to all that is.