Some Doubts about the Enlil-Yahweh-vibe

When talking critically about the Anunnaki nobody really cares, but when you connect this group with the God/Allah in the bible/koran some people might not be as indifferent. I spoke about this question of possible blasphemy in an earlier article (1). I respect everybody who doesn’t want to explore the extraterrestrial nature of ‘God’ any further, but I would like to continue this quest anyway, for I think it is important to be able to think freely and unimpeded about this topic.

Especially when current sources like the ‘Keys of Enoch’ and the ‘Only Planet of Choice‘ seem to breathe a bit of this ‘Yahweh-vibe’.

Ur-Nammu standing before Enlil (5)

ENLIL
Let’s start off with Enlil, who was elaborately described by Zecharia Sitchen in his outstanding ‘Twelfth Planet’ in 1978 (2). Based on his analysis of the Sumerian clay-tablets Sitchen was able to make a case for the idea that the Sumerian Gods came from the skies. I don’t want to delve into all the drama (or should I say, the soap) involved when this family of Anu decided to enter our world. The main characters in this ‘divine’ story are Enki and Enlil. Enlil seems to play the role of the crook and Enki the good guy, to oversimplify this story (3).

Enlil was appointed by Anu, his father, as the ruler of Earth (4) and I would like to quote an excerpt from Sitchen’s book which deals with this:

Apart from being chief of the gods, Enlil was also deemed the supreme Lord of Sumer (“sometimes simple called ‘The Land'”) and its ‘Black-Headed People’. A Sumerian psalm spoke in veneration of this god:

Lord who knows the destiny of The Land, trustworthy in his calling
Enlil who knows the destiny of Sumer, trustworthy in his calling
Father Enlil, Lord of all the lands
Father Enlil, Lord of the Rightful Command
Father Enlil, Shepherd of the Black-Headed Ones
From the Mountain of Sunrise to the Mountain of the Sunset
There is no other Lord in the Land, you alone are King

The Sumerians revered Enlil out of both fear and gratitude.” (2, p.97-98)

THE BIBLICAL GOD
So, much for the god of the Sumerians. Let’s move on to our biblical god.

For I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children to the third and fourth generations of those who hate Me, but showing mercy to thousands, to those who love Me and keep My commandments.” (Exodus 20: 5-6)

Image taken from (6)

The God that we know from the Bible seems to be a bit of a strange guy to me. He says he is a jealous god, he seems to value his own people (the Hebrews) more than others. In one chapter he says that ‘thou shallst not kill’ and a few chapters onwards he goes on to advice his people to kill everyone they encounter on their path to the ‘Promised Land’ (7).

He got angry with Adam and Eve because they were disobedient to his rule and wanted to know about the difference between right and wrong and since then he thought it was appropriate to curse every woman ever since with painful labor. Obedience was very important to him and he didn’t mind flooding the complete world and killing off nearly everyone (except for the lucky few he liked) for he had come to the conclusion that nearly everyone had turned corrupt.

YAHWEH
Another name that is used, especially in the Jewish tradition is that of Yahweh:

God has no shortage of names–He is called by almost 1000 different ones in the Bible. But one of these names stands alone, and that name is Yahweh. The name Yahweh (yah-WEH) occurs more than 6,800 times in the Old Testament. It appears in every book but Esther, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Songs. As the sacred, personal name of Israel’s God, it was eventually spoken aloud only by priests worshiping in the Jerusalem temple.” (8)

Cover of Keys of Enoch (11)

THE ENLIL-YAHWEH VIBE AND THE KEYS OF ENOCH
Somehow certain acts of both Enlil and the biblical god (Yahweh/Jehova (9)) don’t feel right to me. Elements like Obedience, Punishment, Anger and his preference for his ‘own people’ are some of the reasons for this sentiment. This doesn’t mean that there is plenty of wisdom and beauty in the bible, but the way both Enlil and the biblical god are portrayed in both the Sumerian tablets and the bible is far from attractive to me.

Perhaps this sentiment is false and unjust, but there seems to be some logic behind it. Things are becoming more complicated when I come across modern texts in which these elements and even the name of Yahweh (or YHWH) is mentioned. Recently Dr. Michael Salla had an interview with JJ Hurtak and his wife (10). Dr. Hurtak is the writer of the impressive book called ‘The Keys of Enoch’ (11). When I looked at the cover of this book I got this Enlil-Yahweh-vibe, and in the first pages of the book Hurak describes his travels through the stars and finally meeting his Lord, YHWH:

Perhaps it was Hurtak simply using these terms because he was used to thinking about god like this, but you might understand why I got this ‘Yahweh-vibe’ because of this. I have only read some 10-15 pages but a bit further the 10 commandments are described as holding the keys to ‘pyramidal grid structures of Light coordinating the dynamic vibrations, the gravitational vibrations, and the vital cycles according to the divine plan of YHWH.” (p.xiv)

THE PLANET OF CHOICE AND THE YHWH-VIBE
The much acclaimed book ‘The Planet of Choice’ by Phyllis Schlemmer (12) has become quite popular. In the book ‘The Nine’ communicate with all kinds of people on various topics. Gene Roddenberry was one of them and the Nine have become quite an important element in the recent developments. Elena Danaan has given beautiful descriptions of the wisdom of this group and I believe her fully (13,14), but despite all that I did get this ugly YHWH-vibe when reading certain elements in this book as well. I will get into that in a future article.

See Endnote 146 for a short video by Corina Pataki on this subject in which she compares Jesus with Yahweh from the Old Testament

LINKS
(1) Is is Blasphemous to say that God is an Alien?
(2) Sitchen, Z. (1978) The Twelfth Planet: Book I of the Earth Chronicles. New York: Avon Books.
(3) Of course this is all grossly simplified. In reality there would have been far more nuance, but for the sake of this introduction I prefer simplicity, since things are already complex enough as they are 🙂
(4) The question is what part of Earth they really controlled. The area of Sumer (Iran/Iraq) were under their control, but it is not clear in what other areas they also interfered. They wanted to make it look as if they were the only gods, and then you’d better not mention any other ‘gods’ in other parts of the world.
(5) Mighty Enlil Of The Sumerian Pantheon Of Gods
(6) God’s Word Has Full Authority
(7) “When the Lord your God brings you into the land you are entering to possess and drives out before you many nations—the Hittites, Girgashites, Amorites, Canaanites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites, seven nations larger and stronger than you— and when the Lord your God has delivered them over to you and you have defeated them, then you must destroy them totally.[a] Make no treaty with them, and show them no mercy. Do not intermarry with them. Do not give your daughters to their sons or take their daughters for your sons, for they will turn your children away from following me to serve other gods, and the Lord’s anger will burn against you and will quickly destroy you. This is what you are to do to them: Break down their altars, smash their sacred stones, cut down their Asherah poles[b] and burn their idols in the fire. For you are a people holy to the Lord your God. The Lord your God has chosen you out of all the peoples on the face of the earth to be his people, his treasured possession.” (Biblegateway)
(8) Meanings of Yahweh and Why It’s Such an Important Name for God
(9) “Jehovah is the true God of the Bible, the Creator of all things. (Revelation 4:​11) The prophets Abraham and Moses worshipped him, as did Jesus. (Genesis 24:27; Exodus 15:1, 2; John 20:17) He is the God, not just of one people, but of “all the earth.”​—Psalm 47:2.” from Who is Jehova?
(10) Mars, Keys of Enoch, Space Arks, Portals, Pyramids & Return of ET Seeders
(11) Hurtak, J.J. (1977) Keys of Enoch. USA: Academy for Future Science.
(12) Schlemmer, P. (1993) The Only Planet of Choice (free pdf)
(13) THE NINE: Diving into the origins with Dan Winter ~ Feb 23 2022 (6pm EST)
(14) Contact with Council of Nine & 24 ET Seeder Races

Is it Blasphemous to say God is an Alien?

I had just started writing a post on Yahweh and Enlil when I realized that it may just be considered blasphemy by people who think of the God in the Bible to be their Ultimate God. Before I can continue with that article I just had to pay attention to this aspect. It seems to be a natural result of the study done on this website that the God from Christianity, Judaism and Islam is one of the ‘creator gods’ or those from other star systems (or perhaps even from higher dimensions (1)).

An Ancient Hebrew Bible (3)

SEEDER RACES
In fact the idea is gaining traction that we would have more than 20 ‘species of gods’ in our genetic package. Elena Danaan and Alex Collier speak of the Seeder Races, or the Seeders and they would all have returned to our Solar System somewhere back in november 2021. They would be part of the Intergalactic Confederation (2).

COLLAPSE OF WORLD RELIGIONS
It is said that the actual proof of existence of all these extraterrestrial people (and what have you) from these numerous star systems would lead to the collapse of the present-day religions. Since why would you hold on to God or Allah when you know for sure that we were created by various groups, not so much by divine intervention but through a combination of genetic experimenting, colonizing and genetic interbreeding?

This must be quote a shock to all those people who in their hearts follow the scriptures or the sutras, and who live by the Bible and the Koran. Of course this doesn’t mean that everything in those books is a lot of crap. There is still a lot of wisdom to be found in those holy books. It just means that we need to open up to the idea that that ‘god’ in the bible, is nothing but a representative of species from other worlds who have played a part in our history.

THE NEXT STEP
Once you allow that thought to sink in, we have to go a step further by critically looking at the role of that god: was it really all that good, or is there perhaps information that was withheld from us? Is there some hidden agenda being played out? And what about the interaction with ‘gods’ or ‘seeders’ from other star systems? Who was responsible for which group of people and when?

Sumerian Gods / Demigods (4)

I remember someone saying that when the seeder races would return they would first try to act as if they are nothing but good, but they know that eventually they have to confess to us what they have done in the past and that there are many things that are not as wonderful and divine as you might think. In a way they appear to be like us, humans, in the sense that they have their own dynamics, ideas, dramas and mistakes.

There would even have been certain races that tried to keep our vibration as low as possible in order to hold on to their rule.

AN OPEN AND CRITICAL MIND
I would recommend to look at our ‘seeders’ with an open, but also a critical mind. I don’t think they are perfect and they probably made their share of mistakes, but we can forgive them and welcome them back. In order to do this we need reliable information: we need to know what has been done in our past. Perhaps the Arks can help us with that and I hope that many more people learn to activate parts of their DNA which allows them to tune into the history of the people whose DNA is moving around in their cells. I think we need to stop worshipping any god, but learn to grow into a state in which we can communicate with them as ‘equals’

“-Do you remember how you created that race in Eastern-Lemuria?
– Oh yes, that sure was quite an accomplishment, it really felt good to do that, but we hadn’t expected that those guys from planet D were doing their experiment in Western Lemuria, which has led to certain problems a few thousands years later.
– Oh really, what happened?
– Well, because of the interaction of their genes with our genes a particul new breed of people arose which had characteristics that we hadn’t conceived. We had to hook up with the seeders of that race to see how things might develop, but they were busy on another planet etc..


CONCLUSION
I want to explore our human history and our extraterrestrial backgrounds further and I don’t want to feel uneasy because people who truly believe in the one and only Lord, God or Allah as they are portrayed in the holy books might feel offended. I prefer to think that the term blasphemy holds for gods and not for aliens who pretended to be our gods. But of course this statement could be regarded as blasphemous. My intention is to explore and surely to insult anyone’s belief system. If you don’t like this line of exploration I would advise you to stop reading this and likeminded websites.

LINKS
(1) In the theory of the CDL-Plates a higher (fifth) dimensional planet called ‘Tara’ would have partially been scattered, leading to the fall of those segments to a lower dimensional plane, causing the creation of our solar system, with the intention to eventually gather the lost fragments to restore the fifth dimensional Tara by ascending the people and the whole solar system in the end. This proved to be easier in theory than in practice (See Voyagers I and II by Ashayana Deane)
(2) The Intergalactic Confederation
(3) Rare 1,000-year-old Hebrew Bible Goes on Display in Washington Museum
(4) Pinterest