The Flood part 1

by Silenci030310 on January 29th, 2013

When The Sumerian text were discovered and found to be

older than the 5 books of Moses that make up Genesis and the

Jewish Torah, they began to look at the story in Sumerian text

and see the similarities. Here are some: In the Sumerian text,

Enki created mankind and named the first successful human, he

named him "Adapa" which became Adam in the books of Moses.

Enki, falling in love with mankind and seeing himself responsible

for them, he was forced to promise the counsel of the God's

(mainly his father Anu and his brother Enlil) that he would not

tell humanity about the coming flood and let them perish. This

was decided on because man was seen to have far more

potential than they were created to have, being the image of

Enki; they were created with a highly advanced spirit and

intelligence (especially being that Enki was seen as the Master of

Science) among all the God's. To the counsel it was more of a

scientific and egotistical decision. They did not want mankind to

"become like the god's". Enki covertly rescued Enki's son by a

human female, Utnapishtim by either instructing him to build

some kind of a boat for his family, or by bringing him into the

heavens in a magic boat. This is apparently the oldest surviving

source of the Ark myth and other parallel Middle Eastern Deluge

myths. Now the way this was done is humorous. Because he

promised not to TELL MAN, he told about the coming flood to a

wall with his son

Utnapishtim (who would later be named Noah in the Hebrew text). When Enlil

found that Ziusurda and his family survived, he became enraged. Seeing this

as the perfect opportunity to get top status with Anu, he called Enki to the

counsel. When Anu asked his firstborn, why he would break his promise, Enki

responded that he NEVER promised that he would never tell about the flood to

a WALL! If Ziusudra had heard him, that wasn't Enki's fault because he was

literally "talking to the wall"! This is actually where we got this term (talk to the

wall) from. Also, wee see a relation to the words of Enki, spoken to Adapa in

the Books of Moses as well.

“In the clay, god and Man shall be


To a unity brought together;

So that to the end of days

The Flesh and the Soul

Which in a god have ripened -

That Soul in a blood-kinship be bound;

As its Sign life shall proclaim.

So that this not be forgotten,

Let the "Soul" in a blood-kinship be


In further study of the Sumerian text, scientists and

historians alike agree that it is in this text, that all the questions

of the Hebrew text are fully answered. Sitchen has said that "It

seems that all the other ancient texts are edited versions of the

far older, and far more detailed Sumerian text"

They say that to find something pure is to see it before anyone

had gotten a hold of it and altered it. The "Epic of Creation" in

the Sumerian record, along with the perfection of the knowledge

of the Solar System and the cycles of time on a galactic level, has

shown that it is indeed, the original to which all others have

been based.

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