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The Greatest Black Sheep Known to Humanity

Updated: Nov 15, 2022

There are many different perspectives of history, for example, Israelite scribes may have written from their perspective as surviving Israelites surrounded by conquering nations. This reveals a side of history generated from this one perspective. Two of the most controversial perspectives in historical, and theosophical debates is the character, or personality of Enki, as compared to the biblical Lord YHWH. Is the confusion regarding the relationship between the serpent in the garden of Eden, and Jehovah politically, and religiously motivated through the intentional perusal of monotheism?

Firstly, scholars have suggested that old testament scribes may have altercated text to promote a concept that supports a monotheistic ideal. The serpent has long been considered the devil, deceiver, and tempter, an individual that acted in opposition to the God called Jehovah who kicked Adam, and Eve out of the garden for their disobedience. The biblical narrative of the “fall” of humanity, was to demonstrate that evil began through the fault of these two characters Adam and Eve opposing the command of Lord Enlil, Jehovah, and that their disobedience led to struggle for the descendants of all humanity for eternity.

Sumerian texts along with archaeological evidence suggest that the Sumerian city of Eridu, founded by the deity Enki, God of water, and irrigation was the location of Eden. The Hebrew Genesis reluctantly revealed the first monotheistic human, as a God, whereas the Quran suggests Adam was the pre-monotheistic Sumerian god, “Idim,” who was called god EA, Enki. According to early Arabic root analysis, the names Adam and Idim are linguistically related. In the biblical narrative Eve begets Adam, “the man,” with the Lord. This makes Eve, the Sumerian Ninti, or Ninmah, the wife of Enki.

Yalkut 1, 110 of the Talmud says Samael is the patron saint of Esau, or the guardian angel of Esau, and the patron of the Empire of Rome. He is the angel of death, known as the grim reaper. Similarly Enki was known as lord of the underworld, or the Sumerian water abyss of Kur. Rabbi Eliezer suggests that Samael tempted Eve, then seduced and impregnated her with Cain. Other Hebrew sources say it was Samael who temped Eve as a serpent, and is the angel who wrestled with Jacob, and who held back the arm of Abraham from sacrificing his son. Samael is said to have married Lilith after she left Adam. According to Zohar, Samael mated with Na’amah, considered to be an angel of prostitution. Wikipedia educates that Samael in Hebrew is the accuser (Ha-Satan), and destroyer (Mashhit). Samael was given the name of Yaldabaoth, and Saklas as insults in Gnostic texts by an entity known as Sophia. She accuses him of being a blind god, like Yaldabaoth claiming divinity for himself, ignorant of how things worked. We have no explanation for the term Yaldabaoth; Bart Ehrman explains in his work, Lost Christianity that it may be close to meaning "a child of chaos" in Aramaic, but it could also be a condensed form of Yahweh, Lord of Sabbaths. Samael is described to be an Archangel of frightful mien, his twelve wings indicate he was of the order of Seraphim. Gnostic texts suggest that it was Samuel who forewarned Noah about the flood, telling him to build for himself an arc to save his family from the flood.

Was it Enki that was berated for his decision in making a human? This Adamic (Idimic) decision, whomever devised it, set up division among the Sumerian clan, with the flood plan to follow, a plan devised by Enlil, the Military Leader of the Sumerians. It is speculative that Enlil wanted human hybrid life to cease on Earth, if he is the same character as Jehovah. The Adamite, or Adapa considered to be a human hybrid slave worker became capable of pro-creation, this may have been a threat to Sumer. It is interesting to note that Enki developed seven cities, all ruled by his seven sons, however, when the kingship was passed from Enki to Enlil, Enki left Eridu, or more likely, was conquered out of Eridu. We trace his location after this to Egypt where his son rules as Marduk, Ra. Enlil began to destroy the cities of Enki, and came to be known as the father of the lie, a murderer, and Lord of the Bible.

The Mesopotamian god, Idim was the creator of the first human, and father of many. He was considered a preserver of life on earth, and a protector of human life against his arch enemy Lord Jehovah. The Sumerian pantheon includes Enki and Enlil in trinity with their father Anu being top God. God Anu, Alu, and Alhim also known as Allah, the one and only god, was given the first monotheistic position, consistent with monotheistic faiths. It was then Idim and Ninmah that were driven from the city Eridu, after war with Enlil Jehovah. This idea is quite different compared to the expulsion of a created being, that was given information regarding procreation which seemed like an intentional attempt to create a subrace to populate the planet.

Although the prophets of the Old Testament rail against Baal, Asherah and various gods on nearly every page, the reason being is that the people of Israel worshipped these gods along with, or instead of Yahweh, the God of Israel. Although, they denounced their Canaanite gods biblically, Ugaritic texts discovered paint a different picture as El was the chief god of Ugarit. El is also the name of God used in many Psalms for Yahweh, therefore the attributes of Yahweh, are the same as that of El. El is called the father of men, creator, and creator of creation, therefore, the sons of God are the sons of El. Other deities worshipped at Ugarit were El Shaddai, El Elyon, and El Berith. If Yahweh is all of these, there is no need for the Canaanite god to exist. What this means here is that the Hebrew scribes and theologians adopted the titles of the Canaanite gods and attributed them to Yahweh in an effort to eliminate them, and create a monotheistic faith based on their God of preference.

One of the most interesting deities is Asherah, the wife of Baal, also known as the cohort of Yahweh. The reason Israel was attracted to Baal was that first of all, they viewed Yahweh as a god of the desert, and thought it only proper to adopt Baal, the God of fertility. Yahweh is referred to as one of the many sons of El. Monotheism in this regard was not specifically religious, but rather an outcome of philosophic thought that produced division, duality, and separation with a belief system that created a scale of measure of good, and evil, right from wrong. Monotheistic outcomes forced all other cultures to produce the idea that there was only one universal good god, all others were myth, or evil. Even Anu the one true god, the head of the oldest know pantheon of gods that paved the way for the biblical story, denied humanity and was in favour of genocide by flood waters.

The Anunnaki-Sumerians were all flesh and blood beings, who were genocide by the hybrids they created, Cro-Magnon. The giant races, the gods who lorded over us, that feared their own genocide by humans were justified in their sentencing to save their own race. They are no longer among us, we rule ourselves, yet live in an imaginary world thinking they are watching, guiding, and protecting. Why would they? Did we protect them? We not only killed off all the races of giants, we also killed God, and his son who is one and the same person, a living descendent of Adam, of the bloodline of Enki. As the myth goes God required the blood sacrifice of himself, who is also the son. Christians revere God as being a loving gentle god that saved humanity through the flood, without recognizing the two gods in the storyline.

Just think of all the genocides of Israelites, and genocides perpetuated by Israelites, particularly the bloodlines of Jesus during the time of the Jewish revolts. The Essenic Jews were all but wiped out, the survivors became the Sephardic, and Catalan peoples of Spain, Portugal, and France. The Sadducean Jews sided with the Romans and were successful in conquering the Rabbinic line of Essenes, as they killed John the Baptist, and executed Jeshua. The early Knights Templars, the Sephardic Jews attempted to create their own state in Portugal but were met with genocide by the King of France, and the Roman Catholic Church. The Sephardi Jews were further genocide and expelled from Spain through Ferdinand and Isabella of Austria. Jews were met with more genocide during World War ll, then the Bosnian genocide, and then the Armenian genocide.

The true meaning of being a worshiper of Enlil, and his son, Yahweh is to accept the human blood sacrifice of Enki, by renouncing his kingship by death, in proclamation of the one true God over all the earth, Jehovah (Enlil). Although, the death and resurrection cult began with Osiris, and was widespread practice with the descendants of Enki, it began as loss through murder. One way to defeat your enemies is to keep the memory of your murdered King alive. The same way the little Caesars, Flavian Dynasty wrote the New Testament through Saul of Tarsus, Josephus, Pliny the Elder (Arius Piso) creating oppositional beliefs to those supporting, “The Way.”

Believing that God Enki gave us eternal life though him, a life of re-incarnation, and soul evolution we can honestly say, it doesn’t matter that we were hated by Enlil, and his father Anu, and that anything we do is far from acceptable in their eyes. The truth is our afterlife is not dependent on their worship, and that political and religious dogma could create the fall of humanity, and the cessation of life on our beautiful planet. This idea may always be contrary for anyone who may consider themselves religious, or politically correct, however, for those who fall under the Canaanite, Assyrian, Hittite, Hurrian, Phoenician, Greek, Iberian, Egyptian, or Catalan ancestry; how bad can that serpent in the garden, father in heaven, and saviour of humanity be?


Denova, Rebecca: The Origin of Satan, World History Encyclopedia, 2022

Wikipedia Foundation Inc.: Samael, 02/19/2022

Ehrman, Bart. 2003. Lost Christianities: The Battles for Scripture and the Faiths We Never Knew. Oxford University Press. p. 123. McCoy, Daniel. 2019-2021


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