A common space for harmonic peacemakers
Of the Anunnaki womenfolk, the most pre-eminent was of course the Orion Queen, who later became a spouse of Anu, the King of Sirius, when the two empires conjoined following the matrimonial union of two of the most powerful cosmic sovereigns. Until the merger, the Orion Queen went by several titles, examples of which are EKE, MA, and ENE. After the merger, she assumed the title Anu’s principal wife (that is, Enlil’s mother, who she relegated to a junior wife) bore, ANTU.
Initially, the term Antu simply meant “Goddess of Heaven”, heaven being the Sirian-Orion Empire (the suffixes/prefixes ntu, nto, tho, ta, da, etc, all mean deity or divine. Botho/ubuntu is literally “ways of the [innately good] gods”). In Africa, the continent that was ruled by Enki, Antu’s son, Antu was promoted at the expense of Anu. This bias is understandable as Anu was not Enki’s biological father. As we have repeated now and again, Enki as an Aryan (the SSS beings of Orion) was born asexually – without the involvement of a male. In the event, Africans came to be known as BANTU, meaning “Antu’s People”. Cultural historians actually attest to the fact that ancient Africans revered a goddess more than they did a god. Even where they directly worshipped a male deity such as Enki, they still venerated the female energy that overshadowed that deity. In other words, they worshipped the goddess through a god.
Whereas the Enkites put the Sirian-Orion Queen on a pedestal, the Enlilites exalted Anu. This was because Enlil was a full-blooded Sirian and therefore was a champion of the malecentric Sirian paradigm. This proclivity explains why the Old Testament, an Enlilite document, is oriented toward male gods. It also explains why both Sumerian records and the Old Testament say almost nothing about Antu. Every time Antu is alluded to in the Sumerian/Babylonian records, it’s only in the context of Anu. Yet she was Anu’s equal and not the also-ran she’s presented as in the Sumerian and biblical annals. Antu’s numerical ranking was 55, the highest a female Anunnaki would attain.
From where do you have this story please dear Bridget ???