Based on the
works of Zecharia
Story So Far
Enki's tablet asked that Anu deny Adapa immortality. Return him instead to Earth. On Earth, Adapa would breed a more intelligent servant race, the AdaPites, the Civilized Humans, better for Nibiran needs, better able to serve the Lords than the AdaMite Hybrids. The Adapites, descended from the earlier Hybrid, Adamu, had more Homo-Erectus genes than Adapa.
King Anu ordered Ningishzidda to return to Earth and help Enki tutor the Adapites. So Ningishzidda returned with Adapa and seeds for Adapa's son Ka-in to plant.
Anu kept Ningishzidda's brother Dumuzi on Nibiru. Experts taught Dumuzi animal husbandry so he, in turn, could, when he too got back to Earth, teach Ka-in's twin, Abael, husbandry. When Nibiru again approached Earth, Dumuzi would take female goats, sheep and a sperm bank for these animals for Abael. [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki:170]
Ningishzidda rocketed back to Earth with Adapa and grain seeds. Ningishzidda's job: prepare Abael--one of Adapa's twins–to work with Dumuzi when, in 3,600 Earth years (next time Nibiru approached Earth), Dumuzi would return from Nibiru to Earth.
When Dumuzi returned to Earth, however, Ningishzidda’s elder brother, Marduk, Enki's eldest son, took charge of Abael and the animal husbandry project. Whether Dumuzi or Marduk supervised Abael, the Enki lineage ran livestock for Mission Earth.
Enlil balanced the Enkiites control of livestock. He insisted his own eldest son Ninurta tutor Ka-in to raise the grain seeds Ningishzidda brought from Nibiru. Enlil’s lineage, the Enlilites, not Enki's lineage, the Enkiites, would farm Earth.
"By the lack of Enki’s blessing greatly was Ka-in aggrieved"
The twins quarreled for an entire winter about whether–Ka-in’s grains and fish-abundant irrigation canals or Abael’s meat and wool--contributed most.
"When summer began, it was not raining, the meadows were dry, the pastures dwindled. Into the fields of his brother Abael his flocks drove, from the furrows and canals to drink water. By this Ka-in was angered."
The twins fought with fists till Ka-in bludgeoned Abael with a stone, then sat and sobbed. [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 183- 184].
Enki brought his grandson, Ka-in, to Eridu for The Seven Who Judge (Enlil, Ninki, Ninurta and Nannar from Enlil's Lineage, Ninmah, and Enki, Ninti and Marduk from Enki's) to judge.
Marduk, Abael’s mentor, demanded the Judges order Ka-in--protégée of his rival Ninurta--executed. But Enki told Marduk that he, Enki, fathered Ka-in’s father. Ka-in was Marduk’s grandnephew. Ka-in must live, said Enki, to breed superior slaves to work field, pasture and mines. "If Ka-in too shall be extinguished, satiation [of food supplies] to an end would come, mutinies will be repeated."
The Seven ruled "Eastward to a land of wandering for his evil deed Ka-in must depart. Eastward to a land of wandering for his evil deed Ka-in must depart". Ka-in and "his generations shall distinguished be.
By Ningishzidda was the life essence [genotype] of Ka-in altered: his face a beard could not grow*** .....With his sister Awan as spouse Ka-in from the Edin departed." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, pages 186 - 187]. They wandered in the wilderness to the east.
King Anu had, at Enki’s request, denied Ka-in's father (Enki's son) Adapa the genetic and herbal modifications to live hundreds of thousands of years as did full-blooded Nibirans. Adapa lived hale hundreds of years, longer than most hybrids. But, at last, Adapa faded. He could barely see and would die soon.
Ninurta, in his rocketship, fetched Adapa’s son Ka-in to see Adapa in Edin before the old man died. "The eyesight of Adapa having failed, for recognition of his sons' faces he touched. The face of Ka-in was beardless" Adapa told Ka-in, "For your sin of your birthright you are deprived, but of your seed seven nations will come. In a realm set apart they shall thrive, distant lands they shall inhabit. But having your brother with a stone killed, by a stone will be your end."
Ninurta returned Ka-in to the wilds east of Edin where "in a distant realm Ka-in had sons and daughters" Ninurta, "for them a city built, and as he was building. By a falling stone was Ka-in killed. " Sitchin [1985, The Wars of Gods and Men page 112] suggests Ninurta, as Adapa had warned, killed Ka-in.
Ka-in's survivors planted grain. They founded and ruled the city of Nud [also called Dun, Dunnu and Nu.dun]. The sons of Ka-in's successors for the next four generations murdered their fathers. For the next three generations after that, each ruler of Nud killed his parents, married his sister, then dictated.
Ka-in’s son's son's son, Enoch, succeeded Ka-in four generations later. Enoch married his sisters, Adah and Zillah. Adah’s first son,Jabal (and the sub-lineage Jabal begat), lived in tents and herded cattle. Adad's second son, Jubal, begat lyre and flute players. Enoch's other wife, Zillah, bore Tubal-Cain, a smith, "artificer of gold, copper and iron." [Sitchin, Z., 1885, The Wars of Gods and Men pages111 -112; 2002, The Lost Book of Enki:, pages 181-193].
ADAPA AND TITI'S OTHER PROGENY AND THEIR ISSUE
Enki's daughter Titi bore thirty sons and daughters to her brother (Enki's son) Adapa. Expedition personnel, the gods divied up these enhanced slaves and taught them to write, do math, dig wells, prepare oils, play harp and flute. Enlil's son Nannar decreed rituals for slaves to worship gods.
Enki taught astronomy
to one of his descendant, Enkime. Marduk rocketed Enkime
to the Moon and Marsbase, then to the spaceport at Sippar to
oversee the slaves for Shamash.
[Sitchin, Z., 1885, The Wars of Gods and Men pages 111
-112; 2002, The Lost Book of Enki:, pages 188-193].