Friday, February 12, 2010
Book of Enki seventh tablet
THE SEVENTH TABLET
To the Abzu, away from the Edin, let them be expelled!
So did Enlil the command decree; from the Edin to the Abzu Adamu and Ti-Amat were expelled.
In an enclosure among the trees Enki them placed; to know each other he left them.
With joy did Enki see what Ningishzidda had done come to be: With child Ti-Amat was frolicking.
Ninmah came the birth-giving to watch: A son and a daughter, twins, to the Earth Beings were born!
With wonderment did Ninmah and Enki watch the newborns,
How they grew and developed was a marvel; days were as months, months to Earth years accumulated.
By the time Adamu and Ti-Amat had other sons and daughters, the first ones were by themselves procreating!
Before one Shar of Nibiru had passed, the Earthlings were proliferating.
With understanding were the Primitive Workers endowed, of commandments they were comprehending;
To be with the Anunnaki they were eager, for food rations they toiled well,
Of heat and dust they did not complain, of backbreaking they did not grumble;
Of the hardships of work the Anunnaki of the Abzu were relieved.
The vital gold to Nibiru was coming,
Nibiru's atmosphere was slowly healing;
Earth-Mission to the satisfaction of all was proceeding.
Among the Anunnaki, Those Who from Heaven to Earth Came, there was also espousing and procreation.
The sons of Enlil and Enki, from sisters and half sisters, from healing heroines, took spouses.
To them on Earth sons and daughters were born;
Though by the life cycles of Nibiru were they endowed, by Earth's cycles were they quickened.
Who on Nibiru in diapers would still be, on Earth became a child;
Who on Nibiru began to crawl, when on Earth born was running around.
Special joy there was when to Nannar and Ningal twins were born
A daughter and a son they were; Inanna and Utu by Ningal they, were named.
With them, a third generation of Anunnaki on Earth was present!
For the offspring of the leaders, tasks were allocated;
Some olden chores were divided, easier among the offspring they were made;
To the olden chores, new tasks were added.
Upon the Earth the warmth was rising, vegetation flourished, wild creatures overran the land;
The rains were heavier, rivers were gushing, abodes repairing needed.
Upon the Earth the heat was increasing, the snow white parts to water were melting,
The bars of the seas the oceans were not containing.
From the depths of the Earth volcanoes were fire and brimstones belching,
The grounds were trembling, each time the Earth was shaking.
In the Lower World, the snow white-hued place, the Earth was grumbling;
At the tip of the Abzu, Enki a place for observing established,
To his son Nergal and his spouse Ereshkigal command thereof he entrusted.
A thing unknown, an untoward thing, thereunder is brewing! Nei-gal to his father Enki said.
In Nibru-ki, the place of the Bond Heaven-Earth, Enlil the heavenly circuits was watching,
By the ME's of the Tablets of Destinies celestial motions he was comparing;
There is turmoil in the heavens! Enlil to his brother Enki said.
From the planet Lahrnu, the place of the way station, Marduk to Enki his father was complaining: Strong winds are disturbing, annoying dust storms they are raising!
So Marduk to his father Enki words was beaming:
In the Hammered Bracelet, turmoils are occurring!
Upon the Earth, brimstones from the skies were falling.
Pitiless demons havoc causing, violently the Earth they approached,
Into flaming fires in the skies they were bursting.
In a clear day darkness they were causing, with storms and Evil Winds they raged around.
Like stony missiles the Earth they were attacking,
Kingu, Earth's Moon, and Lahmu too by these havocs were afflicted,
The faces of all three with countless scars were covered!
Enlil and Enki to Anu the king urgent words were beaming, Nibiru's savants they alerted:
The Earth and the Moon and Lahmu a calamity unknown are facing!
From Nibiru the savants were responding; their words the leaders' hearts were not calming:
In the heavens the family of the Sun were taking stations,
The celestials of whom Earth is the seventh in a row were choosing places.
In the heavens Nibiru was approaching, the Sun's abode it was nearing.
By the seven, in a row arraigned, was Nibiru distracted,
The path through the Hammered Bracelet it was missing,
From the Bracelet bits and pieces it has been displacing!
Bereft of the celestial bar, Lahamu with Mummu near the Sun were crouching,
In the heavens Lahamu her glorious dwelling place was abandoning,
Toward Nibiru the heavenly king she was attracted, a queen of heaven she wished to be!
To quell her, Nibiru from the celestial deep a monstrous demon made appear.
A monster once to Tiamat's host belonging, by the Celestial Battle fashioned,
From the celestial deep made its way, by Nibiru was it from slumber awakened.
From horizon to the midst of heaven like a flaming dragon it was stretched,
One league was its head, fifty leagues in length it was, awesome was its tail.
By day the skies of Earth it darkened,
By night upon the face of the Moon a spell of darkness it cast.
To her brothers, the celestials, Lahamu for help was calling:
Who will the dragon obstruct, who will stop and kill it? she was asking.
Only valiant Kingu, once Tiamat's protector, stepped forward to respond.
To intercept the dragon in its path Kingu was making haste:
Fierce was the encounter, a tempest of clouds upon Kingu was raised;
By its foundations was Kingu shaken, from the impact did the Moon quake and shake.
Then the heavenly havoc was calmed,
Nibiru to its distant abode in the Deep was returning,
Lahamu its dwelling place did not abandon,
The stony missiles upon the Earth and Lahmu ceased their raining.
Enki and Enlil with Marduk and Ninurta gathered, a surveying of the havoc they undertook.
The foundations of the Earth Enki surveyed, of what its platforms had befallen he examined.
The depths of the oceans he measured, in Earth's far corners the mountains of gold and copper he scanned.
Of the vital gold there will be no shortage. This was Enki saying.
In the Edin Ninurta was the surveyor, where mountains trembled and valleys shook,
In his skyship he soared and journeyed.
The Landing Platform was intact; in the valleys of the north the Earth fiery liquids was pouring!
So was Ninurta to his father Enlil telling; sulfuric mists and bitumens he was discovering.
On Lahmu the atmosphere was damaged, dust storms were with life and work interfering,
So Marduk to Enki was saying. To Earth return I wish! to his father he disclosed.
Enlil to his olden plans betook himself, what cities and their tasks he planned he reconsidered.
A Chariot Place in the Edin must be established! to the others he was saying.
The olden designs of the layout on the crystal tablet to them he showed.
The conveying from the Landing Place to the way station on Lahmu is no longer certain,
To soar toward Nibiru from Earth we must be able! So was Enlil to them saying.
For the count since the first splashdown, the count of eighty Shars It was.
Now this is the account of the journey to the Moon by Enki and Marduk,
And how Enki the three Ways of Heaven and the constellations determined.
Let the Place of the Chariots near Bad-Tibira, the Metal City, be established,
Therefrom, let the gold from Earth to Nibiru in the chariots directly be carried!
So Ninurta, of Bad-Tibira the commander, to them words was saying.
Enlil to the words of Ninurta, his son, gave heed; of his son's wisdom he was proud.
To Anu the king Enlil the plan quickly conveyed, to him words he was saying:
Let a Place of Celestial Chariots in the Edin be established,
Near the place where the gold ores are smelted and refined let it be built.
Let the pure gold in the chariots directly from Earth to Nibiru be carried,
Directly to Earth from Nibiru let heroes and supplies be coming!
Of great merit is the plan of my brother! Enki to their father Anu was saying.
A great disadvantage in its core it is holding:
The netpull of Earth is than Lahmu's much greater; to overcome it our powers shall be exhausted!
Before there is rush to deciding, let us an alternative examine:
Nearby the Earth a companion it has, the Moon it is!
Smaller is its netpull, ascent and descent thereon little effort will require. Let us it as a way station consider, let me and Marduk thereto journey!
The two plans Anu the king before counselors and savants for considering presented.
Let the Moon be first examined! the king they did advise.
Let the Moon be first examined! Anu to Enki and Enlil the decision beamed.
Enki was greatly joyed; the Moon to him always was alluring,
Whether somewhere waters it is hiding, what atmosphere it possesses he did always wonder.
In sleepless nights its silvery cool disk with bewitchment he observed,
Its waxing and waning, a game with the Sun played, a wonder of wonders he deemed.
What secrets from the Beginning it held he wished to uncover.
In a rocketship did Enki and Marduk to the Moon Journey;
Thrice they the Earth's companion encircled, the deep wound by the dragon caused they observed.
By many hollows, the handiwork of smashing demons, was the Moon's face marked.
In a place of rolling hills they set the rocketship down, in its midst they landed;
From the place the Earth they could observe, and the expanse of the heavens.
Eagles' helmets they had to don; the atmosphere was for breathing insufficient.
With ease they walked about, in this and that direction they went;
The evil dragon's handiwork was dryness and desolation.
Unlike Lahmu it is, for a way station it is unsuitable! to his father Marduk was saying.
Let us abandon this place, let us to Earth return!
Do not be hasty, my son! So was Enki to Marduk saying.
Are you not by the celestial dance of Earth and Moon and Sun enchanted?
Unobstructed from here is the viewing the quarter of the Sun is at hand,
The Earth like a globe in the void by nothing is hanging.
With our instruments we can scan the distant heavens,
The handiwork of the Creator of All in this solitude we can admire!
Let us stay, the circuits observe, how the Moon circles the Earth,
How the Earth its circuits around the Sun is making!
So Enki, by the sights agitated, to his son Marduk was saying.
By his father's words Marduk was persuaded; in the rocketship they made their dwelling.
For one circuit of Earth, for three circuits on the Moon they remained;
Its motions about the Earth they measured, the duration of a month they calculated.
For six circuits of Earth, for twelve circuits about the Sun, Earth's year they measured.
How the two were entwined, causing the luminaries to disappear, they recorded.
Then to the Sun's quarter they attention gave, the paths of Mummu and Lahamu they studied.
With the Earth and the Moon, Lahmu the Sums second quarter constituted,
Six were the celestials of the Lower Waters. So was Enki to Marduk explaining.
Six were the celestials of the Upper Waters, beyond the bar, the Hammered Bracelet, they were:
Anshar and Kishar, Anu and Nudimmud, Gaga and Nibiru; these were the six others,
Twelve were they in all, of twelve did the Sun and its family make the count.
Of the upheavals most recent, Marduk of his father was inquiring:
Why have seven celestials in a row places taken? So was he his father asking.
Their circuits about the Sun Enki then considered;
Their grand band around the Sun, their progenitor, Enki carefully observed,
The positions of Earth and Moon therein on a chart Enki marked out,
By the motions of Nibiru, of the Sun not a descendant, the width of the great band he outlined.
The Way, of Anu, the king, to name it Enki decided.
In the expanse of the deep heavens, the stars did father and son observe;
By their proximities and groupings was Enki fascinated.
By the circuit of the heavens, from horizon to horizon, he drew images of twelve constellations.
In the Great Band, the Way of Anu, one each with the Sun's family of twelve he paired,
To each one he designated a station, by names they were to be called.
Then in the heavens below the Way of Anu, whence Nibiru the Sun is approaching,
A bandlike way he designed, the Way of Enki he it designated;
To it twelve constellations by their shapes he also allotted.
The heavens above the Way of Anu, the Upper Tier, the Way of Enlil he called,
Therein too the stars into twelve constellations he assembled.
Thirty-six were the stars' constellations, in the three Ways were they located.
So will the Earth's position designated as around the Sun it travels!
The start of the cycle, of Celestial Time the measure, Enki to Marduk Indicated:
When on Earth I had arrived, the station that was ending by me the Station of the Fishes was named,
The one that followed after my name title, He of the Water., I called!
So Enki with satisfaction and pride to his son Marduk was saying
Your wisdon the heavens embraces, your teachings any own understanding extend,
But on Earth and on Nibiru, knowledge and rulership are separated! So did Marduk to his father say.
My son! My son! What is that you do not know, what is it that you are missing? to him Enki was saying.
The secrets of the heavens, the secrets of the Earth with you have I shared!
Alas, my father! Marduk was saying. There was agony in his voice.
When the Anunnaki in the Abzu the toil ceased and the Primitive Worker you set to fashion,
Not my mother but Ninmah, the mother of Ninurta, to assist you was summoned,
Not I but Ningishzidda, of me the younger, to help you was invited,
With them, not with me, your knowledge of life and death did you share! My son! Enki to Marduk responded. To you command was given of the Igigi and Lahmu to be supreme!
Alas, my father! to him Marduk was saying. Of supremacy by fate we are deprived!
You, my father, are Anu's Firstborn; yet Enlil, not you, is the Legal Heir;
You, my father, were first to splash down and Endu establish,
Yet Eridu is in Enlil's domain, yours is in the distant Abzu.
I am your Firstborn, by your legitimate spouse on Nibiru was I born,
Yet the gold in the city of Ninurta is assembled, therefrom to send or to withhold,
The survival of Nibiru is in his hands, in my hands it is not.
Now to Earth we are returning; what will my task be,
Am I to fame and kingship fated, or again to humiliated be?
In silence did Enki embrace his son, on the desolate Moon to him a promise made:
Of that of which I have been deprived your future lot shall be!
Your celestial time will come, a station mine adjoining yours shall be!
Now this is the account of Sippar, the Place of the Chariots in the Edin,
And how the Primitive Workers to the Edin were returned.
For many circuits of the Earth, from the Earth were father and son absent;
On Earth no plans were implemented, on Lahmu the lgigi were in turmoil.
Enlil to Anu secret words conveyed, his concerns to Anu he from Nibru-ki beamed:
Enki and Marduk to the Moon have gone, for countless circuits there they are staying.
Their doings a mystery are, what they are scheming is not known;
Marduk the way station on Lahmu has abandoned, the Igigi are agog,
By dust storms has the way station been affected, what damage there is to us is not known.
The Place of the Chariots in the Edin must be established,
Therefrom the gold directly from Earth to Nibiru to be carried,
No way station on Lahmu shall henceforth be needed;
The plan of Ninurta it is, great in these matters is his understanding,
Let him the Place of the Chariots near Bad-Tibira establish,
Let Ninurta be its first commander!
Anu to the words of Enlil gave much consideration; to Enlil a response he gave:
Enki and Marduk to Earth are returning;
What about the Moon they have found, let us first to their words listen!
From the Moon Enki and Marduk departed, to Earth they did return;
Of conditions thereon they gave account; a way station is unfeasible now! so they reported.
Let the Place of the Chariots be built! Anu was saying.
Let Marduk be its commander! Enki was saying to Anu.
The task is for Ninurta set aside! Enlil with anger shouted.
For the Igigi command is no more needed, of the tasks Marduk knowledge has,
Of the Gateway to Heaven let Marduk be in charge! So did Enki to his father say.
Anu the matter with concern contemplated: Rivalries now the sons have affected!
With wisdom was Anu endowed, with wisdom were his decisions:
The Place of the Chariots for new ways the gold to handle is designated,
Let us what henceforth comes in the hands of a new generation place.
Neither Enlil nor Enki, neither Ninurta nor Marduk in command shall be,
Let the third generation responsibility undertake, let Utu be the commander!
Let the Place of the Celestial Chariots be built, let Sippar, Bird City, be its name!
This was the word of Anu; unalterable was the word of the king.
In the eighty-first Shar was the construction started, the plans of Enlil it followed.
Nibru-ki was in the center, a Navel of the Earth by Enlil it was designated,
As on circles by their place and distances the olden cities were located,
Like an arrow from the Lower Sea toward the mountains pointing they were arrayed.
A line on the twin peaks of Arrata, to the skies in the north reaching, he drew,
Where the pointing arrow the Arrata line intersected,
The place for Sippar, the Earth's Place of the Chariots, he marked out;
To it the arrow directly led, it from Nibru-ki was by an equal circle precisely located!
Ingenious was the plan, by its precision all were made to wonder.
In the eighty-second Shar was the construction of Sippar completed;
To the hero Utu, of Enlil the grandson, its command was given.
An Eagle's helmet for him was fashioned, with Eagle's wings was he decorated.
In the first chariot from Nibiru to Sippar directly come, Anu was traveling;
To view for himself the installations he desired, to marvel at what was attained he wanted.
For the occasion the Igigi, by Marduk commanded, from Lahmu to Earth came down,
From the Landing Place and from the Abzu Anunnaki were assembled.
There was backslapping and hailing, a feast and a celebration.
For Anu inanna, Enlil's granddaughter, singing and dancing presented;
With affection Anu kissed her; Anunitu, Anu's Beloved, he fondly called her.
Before departing, Anu the heroes and heroines assembled.
A new era has begun! So was he to them saying.
Supplied directly with the golden salvation, forthcoming is the end of toil!
Once enough gold on Nibiru for protecting is piled in storage,
The toil on Earth can be diminished, heroes and heroines to Nibiru will return!
Thus did Anu the king to the assembled promise, a great hope to them he did extend:
A few more Shars of toil, and homeward they shall be bound!
With much pomp did Anu to Nibiru soar back; gold, pure gold, with him was carried.
His new task Utu with cherish performed; Ninurta of Bad-Tibira command retained.
Marduk to Lahmu did not return; with his father to the Abzu he did not go.
Over all the lands he wished to roam, in his skyship the Earth to comprehend,
Of the Igigi, some on Lahmu, some on Earth, Utu was the commander made.
After Anu to Nibiru returned, on Earth the leaders great expectations had:
With renewed vigor to labor, the Anunnaki they expected.
Gold quickly to amass, thereby quicker homebound to be.
That, alas, was not what came to pass!
In the Abzu, relief, not continued toil, was the Anunnaki's expectation,
Now, that the Earthlings are proliferating, let them provide the labor!
So were the Anunnaki in the Abzu saying.
In the Edin, the tasks were greater; more abodes, more provisions were required.
For Primitive Workers, to the Abzu confined, did the Edin heroes clamor.
For forty Shars was relief only to the Abzu provided! The heroes in the Edin shouted,
Our toil has increased beyond endurance, let us have the Workers too!
While Enlil and Enki the matter were debating, Ninurta the decision into his hands took:
With fifty heroes an expedition to the Abzu he led, with weapons were they armed.
In the forests and the steppes of the Abzu, the Earthlings they chased,
With nets they them captured, male and female to the Edin they them brought.
To do all manner of chores, in the orchards and in the cities, they trained them.
By the doings was Enki angered, by them was Enlil enraged:
My expelling of Adamu and Ti-Amat you have overturned! So Enlil to Ninurta said.
Let the mutiny once in the Abzu occurring not in the Edin be repeated!
So to Enlil Ninurta said. With the Earthlings in the Edin, the heroes are becalmed,
A few more Shars, and it will no longer matter! So did Ninurta to Enlil say.
Enlil was not appeased; with grumbling, Let it so be! to his son he said.
Let the gold pile up quickly, let us all to Nibiru soon return!
In the Edin, the Anunnaki the Earthlings with admiration observed:
Intelligence they possessed, of commands they had understanding.
They took over all manner of chores; unclothed they were the tasks performing.
Males with females among them were constantly mating, quick were their proliferations:
In one Shar, sometimes four, sometimes more, were their generations!
As the Earthlings grew in numbers, workers the Anunnaki had,
With food the Anunnaki were not satiated;
In the cities and in the orchard, in the valleys and in the hills,
The Earthlings for food were constantly foraging.
In those days grains had not yet been brought forth,
There was no ewe, a lamb had not yet been fashioned.
About these matters, Enlil to Enki angry words was saying:
By your doings confusion was created, by you let salvation be devised!
Now this is the account of how Civilized Man was brought about,
How by a secret of Enki Adapa and Titi in the Edin were brought forth.
By the proliferation of the Earthlings, Enki was pleased, Enki was worried;
The lot of the Anunnaki was greatly eased, their discontent was diminished,
By the proliferation the Anunnaki shunned toil, the workers as serfs were becoming.
For seven Shars the Anunnaki's lot was greatly eased, diminished was their discontent.By the proliferation of the Earthlings, what by itself was growing for all insufficient was;
In three more Shars of fish and fowl there was a shortage, what by itself grows Anunnaki and Earthlings did not satiate.
In his heart, Enki a new undertaking was scheming; to create a Civilized Mankind in his heart he conceived.
Grains that are sown by them to be cultivated, ewes that become sheep let them shepherd!
In his heart Enki a new undertaking was scheming; how this to attain he contemplated.
The Primitive Workers in the Abzu he for this scheme observed,
The Earthlings in the Edin, in the cities and in the orchards he considered.
What could for the tasks make them suited? What by the life essence has not been combined?
The offspring of the Earthlings he observed, an alarming matter he noticed:
By their repeated copulations, back toward their wild forebears they were degraded!
Enki in the marshlands looked about, on the rivers he sailed and observed;
With him was only Isimud, his vizier, who secrets kept.
On the river's bank, bathing and frolicking Earthlings he noticed;
Two females among them were wild with beauty, firm were their breasts.
Their sight the phallus of Enki caused to water, a burning desire he had.
Shall I not kiss the young ones? Enki his vizier Isimud was asking.
I the boat will hither row, kiss the young ones! Isimud to Enki was saying.
The boat thereto Isimud directed, from the boat to dry land Enki stepped.
A young one to him Enki called, a tree fruit she to him offered.
Enki bent down, the young one lie embraced, on her lips he kissed her;
Sweet were her lips, firm with ripeness were her breasts.
Into her womb he poured his semen, in a mating he knew her.
Into her womb she took the holy semen, by the semen of the lord Enki she was impregnated.
The second young one to him Enki called, berries from the field she him offered.
Enki bent down, the young one he embraced, on her lips he kissed her;
Sweet were her lips, firm with ripeness were her breasts.
Into her womb he poured his semen, in a mating he knew her.
Into her womb she took the holy semen, by the semen of the lord Enki she was impregnated.
With the young ones stay, whether pregnancies come about ascertain!
So was Enki to his vizier Isimud saying.
Isimud by the young ones sat down; by the fourth count their bulges appeared.
By the tenth count, the ninth having been completed,
The first young one squatted and birth gave, by her a male child was born;
The second young one squatted and birth gave, by her a female child was born.
At dawn and dusk, which a day delimit, on the same day the two were born,
The Gracious Ones, Dawn and Dusk, thereafter in legends they were known.
In the ninety-third Shar the two, by Enki fathered, in the Edin were born.
Word of the births Isimud to Enki quickly brought.
By the births Enki was ecstatic: Whoever such a thing has ever known!
Between Anunnaki and Earthling, conception was attained,
Civilized Man I have brought into being!
To his vizier Isimud Enki instructions gave: A secret must my deed remain!
Let the newborns by their mothers be suckled; thereafter into my household them bring,
Among the bulrushes in reed baskets have I them found! Thus to all you will say!
By their mothers were the newborns suckled and nurtured;
To Enki's household in Eridu thereafter Isimud them brought.
Among the bulrushes, in reed baskets, have I them found! So did Isimud to all say.
Ninki to the foundlings a liking took, as her own children she raised then.
Adapa, the Foundling, the boy she called; Titi, One with Life, the girl she named.
Unlike all other Earthling children the twosome were:
Slower to grow up than Earthlings they were, much quicker in understanding they were;
With intelligence they were endowed, of speaking with words capable they were.
Beautiful and pleasant was the girl, with her hands she was greatly dexterous;
Ninki, the spouse of Enki, to Titi took a liking; all manner of crafts she was her teaching.
To Adapa Enki himself teachings gave, how to keep records he was him instructing.
The achievements with pride Enki to Isimud was showing,
A Civilized Man have I brought forth! to lsimud he was saying.
A new kind of Earthling from my seed has been created, in my image and after my likeness!
From seed they food will grow, from ewes sheep they will shepherd,
Anunnaki and Earthlings henceforth shall be satiated!
To his brother Enlil Enki word sent; from Nibru-ki to Eridu Enlil came.
In the wilderness a new kind of Earthling has come forth! to Enlil was Enki saying.
Quick of learning they are, knowledge and craftwork to them can be taught.
Let us from Nibiru seeds that are sown bring down,
Let us from Nibiru ewes that sheep become to Earth deliver,
Let us the new breed of Earthlings farming and shepherding teach,
Let Anunnaki and Earthlings together satiated be! So was Enki to Enlil saying.
Akin to us Anunnaki in many ways, indeed they are! Enlil to his brother said.
A wonder of wonders it is, in the wilderness by themselves to have come about!
Isimud was summoned. Among the bulrushes in reed baskets I them found! he said.
Enlil the matter with graveness pondered, with amazement his head he shook.
Indeed a wonder of wonders it is, a new breed of Earthling on Earth has emerged,
A Civilized Man has the Earth itself brought forth,
Farming and shepherding, crafts and toolmaking he can be taught!
So was Enlil to Enki saying. Let us of the new breed to Anu word send!
Of the new breed word to Anu on Nibiru was beamed.
Let seeds that can be sown, let ewes that sheep become, to Earth be sent!
So did Enki and Enlil to Anu the suggestion make.
By Civilized Man let Anunnaki and Earthlings become satiated!
Anu the words heard, by the words he was amazed:
That by life essences one kind to another leads is not unheard of! to them words back he sent.
That on Earth a Civilized Man from the Adamu so quickly appeared, that is unheard of!
For sowing and husbanding, great numbers are needed; perchance the beings to proliferate are unable?
While the savants on Nibiru the matter contemplated,
In Eridu occurrences of import took place:
Adapa in a mating Titi knew, into her womb he poured his semen.
There was conception, there was birth-giving:
To twins, two brothers, Titi gave birth!
Word of the birth to Anu on Nibiru was beamed:
The twosome for conception are compatible, proliferation by them can occur!
Let seeds that are sown, ewes that sheep become, to Earth be delivered,
Let on Earth farming and shepherding begin, let us all be satiated!
So did Enki and Enlil to Anu on Nibiru say.
Let Titi in Eridu remain, the newborns to suckle and nurture,
Let Adapa the Earthling to Nibiru be brought! So did Anu his decision declare.