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Seven years after the nuclear holocaust which wiped out the five cities among them Sodom and Gomorrah located in the fertile valley now the location of Dead Sea , the location of Anunnaki Sumerian Deities Spaceport in Sinai Peninsula the Place of the Celestial Chariots and their Command Center inside the Mount Mashu the instrument-equipped mount at the post-Diluvial Sinai Spaceport. The Seven weapons of mass destruction were dropped from their flying machines by the son of the god Enki- Nergal, and by his cousin Ninurta, son of Enki's step brother Enlil, the ruler of the Anunnaki gods residing on Earth, from their flying machines. Nergal and Ninurta tried to prevent Nergal's brother, Marduk on controlling the postdiluvial Spaceport of the Annunaki in Sinai. Marduk usurped the power from his uncle Enlil prior; however this barbaric act of two cousins destroyed the Sumerian civilization in matter of hours by a huge nuclear fallout storm which blanketed every city west of the now dead Sea and south of Babylon, which was ruled by Marduk already and spared of annihilation. Only god Enki was against saying it was absolutely insane.

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Benjamin R. Assyrian Hero with a small Lion. Narrator invokes Marduk, chief deity of Babylon, and Ishum, vanguard and companion of Erra. Erra is restless and breaks into a soliloquy. He is anxious to fight and campaign, but hesitates through natural inertia. Says he to his weapons. O Engidudu, who patrols at night, ever guiding the noble, Who ever guides young men and women in safety, making light as day, The Seven, warriors unrivalled, their divine nature is different, Their origins are strange, they are terrifying, Whoever sees them is numbed with fear.

Their breath of life is death, People are too frightened to appproach it! Yet Ishum is the door, bolted before them. When Anu, the king of the gods, sowed his seed in the earth, She bore him seven gods, he called them the Seven. He said to the sixth. The Seven offer the encouragement that Erra needs. In a rousing call to arms, they extol the heroic excitement of the campaign, the honor, prestige and gratification it brings.

The Seven claim vaguely that they are not respected enough, that others are growing more important than they. They bring up the old charge that men make too much noise for the gods to sleep, although this was not the cause Erra had given for his lown lack of sleep. The Seven claim further that there are too many wild animals on the loose. Their final claim no doubt the most important one, is that they are bored and out of training.

He entered Esagila, palace of heaven and earth and stood before him. When I looked again, it was struggle to get enough. He arose from his dwelling, an inaccessible place, He set out for the dwelling of the Anunna-gods. He entered that house and stood before them. The gods convene to discuss the situation. The repairs are proceeding well.

Erra heard him […] … He entered […]. Erra is furious. All that he has done is to perform his guard duty and now has been sent home, his services no longer required, without a campaign. This is because he is the most valliant god, no evil rises to oppose him. This he fails to perceive, but, in his blind rage, he resolves to fight his war anyway, to show Marduk and Ea that he is not to be taken so lightly.

He was sitting in the E-meslam, taking up his dwelling, He thought to himself what habe been done, His heart being stung, it could give him no answer, But he asked it what it would have him do.

There follows a gap in the text. The deed spoken and done, Ishum is remonstrating that Enlil has forsaken his city. Erra, in a frenzy, cries for more, and, having done enough himself, lets loose the Seven. How can he now say that no one respects him? My heart! The speech that Ishum made pleased him like finest oil. Thus spoke the warrior Erra. Then, afterwards, let the Akkadian arise to slay them all, to rule them, everyone. Ishum set out for the mountain Hehe, the homeland of the Suteans.

The Seven, warriors unrivalled, fell in behind him. When the warriors reached the mountain Hehe, he raised his hand, he destroyed the mountain, He recknoned the mountain Hehe as level ground, he cut away the trunks of the cedar forest, The thicket looked as if the deluge had passed over, He laid waste cities and turned them into open spaces, He obliterated mountains and slew their wild life, He convulsed the sea and destroyed its increase He brought the stillness of death upon swamp and thicket, burning like fire, He cursed the wildlife and returned to clay.

How it came to pass that Erra grew angry and set ou to lay waste the lands and destroy their peoples, But Ishum, his counsellor calmed him and left a remnant, The composer of its text was Kabit-ilani-Marduk, of the family Dabibi. He revealed it at night, and just as he the god? Not one line did he add. When Erra heard it he approved, what pertained to Ishum his vanguard, satisfied him.

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Benjamin R. Assyrian Hero with a small Lion. Narrator invokes Marduk, chief deity of Babylon, and Ishum, vanguard and companion of Erra. Erra is restless and breaks into a soliloquy. He is anxious to fight and campaign, but hesitates through natural inertia. Says he to his weapons. O Engidudu, who patrols at night, ever guiding the noble, Who ever guides young men and women in safety, making light as day, The Seven, warriors unrivalled, their divine nature is different, Their origins are strange, they are terrifying, Whoever sees them is numbed with fear.

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