A fragile truce existed between Enki and
Enlil. For lord Enlil agreed to serve lord King Enki, as: 'Creator of airspace and communications'. He accepted this
second rank position, in the Nodian hierarchy of lords on
Earth; however, he never let it be known, if he was
discontented with the agreement. Enlil had two adult
children, a son Yinurta third in line for the lord-Kingship
on Earth, and a daughter Adah who had no rank in the
LORDS OF THE CRESCENT
TOM E. FAIRBAIRN
Our story begins, at the Temple of the
Wind (Lord King Enki's summer palace) located on top of snow covered Mt. Cilo Dagi.
Enki has commanded his brother's son
(lord Yinurta) to meet with him, at the temple. Waiting for
the lord King's arrival, the mature looking handsome lord
Yinurta, paces back and forth, in the giant throne room. His
thoughts ramble on, he thinks, I wonder what ugly task he
will command me to do this time?
At the far end of the huge beautiful
appointed hall, a door opens and lord King Enki enters
alone. Yinurta rotates upon hearing the noise of the opening
door. He watches the good looking King (his heels clicking
loudly, dressed in his best robes, wearing a heavy crown on
his handsome head) walk imperiously towards him. Yinurta
appears amazed, radiating a glowering intensity; moreover,
he stops pacing near the center of the hall.
The lord King impertinently shouts, his
voice echoes off the far walls,
"So you did come Yinurta!"
Enki stops walking and smiles: moreover,
he calls out facetiously to Yinurta,
"My lord, son of my brother, I am
glad to see you again." He raises his right arm, palm
forward, in the Nodian salute.
Yinurta stands still--in the middle of
the great hall-- he radiates a serene self confidence. A
lock of short blond wavy hair, falls over the front of his
left blue eye; he hesitates for a moment, smiles, and gives
the return salute. "Majesty, it is my pleasure, I
salute you--what would you have of me?'
The lord King then walks directly up to
him, face to face. He appraises Yinurta again thinking--he
has the blond hair and blue eyes, as did all the sons, of
his father--Anu. Enki reaches out with his right arm,
putting it around Yinurta's broad right shoulder.
Enki's arm feels cold and hard, Yinurta
There is little that Enki does not know
of his brother's son--Yinurta--his past life and
My gracious friend . . .my brother's son.
. . your father and I have disagreed about our appraisal of
the Earthling's value to we lords on Earth." The
cunning blond haired king smiles, showing a full set of
white even teeth. "I have an intriguing, and important
assignment for you."
They walk together towards the open door
at the far end of the room. The lord King still holds his
arm firmly around Yinurta's shoulder, his hand clasped to
Yinurta's upper right arm. "You know of my doubts,
about Man's worth to us, as they live here on Earth. I have
made a mistake, giving the Neanderthal our seed. They must
leave us! I will have no more of those Natufians!"
Yinurta astonished turns quickly towards
Enki, forcing the King's arm downward. They stand again face
to face--eye to eye. He is going to ask me to do an
appalling thing for him--Yinurta thinks as he ponders the
King' assertion--if it concerns Man I will not do it. I have
my own ideas for Man's future. Yinurta face contorts with
emotion thinking--I am not prepared for this!
Speaking loudly he said, "How can I
do this lord? No one knows who they are, or where they live,
for Man is still a nomad. I have heard that he hunts wild
animals, with stone, sleeps with sheep, cattle, and dogs. He
farms wild crops, and eats dog meat--he smells."
Enki appears headstrong. "Yinurta
... I want you to track down the Earthling's leader, and
then bring that Natufian here to me. Take your younger
sister (lady Adah) with you."
"What would a son of
Creator want with
him? Our Historians told me that the Natufians number five
million thinking men, living in caves. Surly they would be
better--if-- left alone!" Lord Enki appears surprised,
clearing his throat he said, "I did not know that Man's
numbers are so many! I have been told--that Man's leader,
lives in an unexplored cave at Shanidar."
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Yinurta asks prudently. "Where on
Earth is Shanidar lord? How would you have us get there?
Should we travel by air, omnibus, or. . .?"
Intervening the lord King said,
"Take my omnibus, outfit it fully including energy beam
weapons and keep me informed. Whenever, you do find this
Natufian leader, bring him and his family back here to me at
Cilo Dagi--I wish to talk with them."
Yinurta worries for Man's
safety. He thinks--Enki does not want to talk with them;
however, he has other plans, and I am sure they are not
"Majesty, I will not
Enki appears perturbed,
ignoring Yinurta's plea. He said blatantly, "I expect
you to do as I have commanded. If you do not carry out this
assignment as I require, I must banish you to the other side
of the Earth--or worst! Think carefully of my request, for
my troops will see to it-- if it is otherwise." He
storms out of the throne room (holding on to his crown)
leaving lord Yinurta standing there.
contorts his face. He forms a fist with his right hand, and
hits his open left hand--hard. He thinks--I will go as Enki
commands me; however, I will never abuse Man. I will help
Man and by helping him, then (with their help) we lords can
return to the heavens--whence we came.
Many suns have passed and springtime arrives, in the ancient
Zargos the mountains of Kurd.
early spring snow storm hits the area. Lady Adah and lord
Yinurta plagued by the storm, travel--in the Kings
well--outfitted snow omnibus--down the Zab river basin.
appears confused, looking straight out the front window, of
the omnibus she comments, "Do you care to tell me what
this mission is all about . . ." She pauses, then
changes her approach. "Yinurta, 'tis strange that the
lord sends us after Man
? If you find Man's leader, are you going to bring him back
to Cilo Dagi
? What will Enki do with him?"
looks into her eyes. "Enki sent us out on this trip, to
put pressure on our father, lord Enlil. Father believes that
the consciousness of Creator,
should be upgraded with in Man. They have been arguing about
Man's fate for eons. Before we left the city of the lords, I
had the workman install a small energy beam* weapon system 52548on the roof,
for protection, from the wild animals. The omnibus'
thick tough woven ceramic skin (a bright red) is strong
enough to protect us from falling trees, or rolling stones .
. ." He pauses horrified. Towards the mountains, out
the front window a snow avalanche breaks loose, high up on
an escarpment. It slides down a nearby hill side, directly
She also sees it,
bits her lip, and freezes in her seat. Quickly recovering,
she does her best to dodge the rolling cascading snow and
rocks, making up the large avalanche. Skillfully she manages
to steer the vehicle
around most of it. A (small part) of the avalanche, hits the
snow-conveyance's front end.
avalanche nearly envelops their snow vehicle. Adah appears
helpless finding her control keys useless--she nervously
rotates her ring, on her little finger. "What do I do
now brother? I am no longer able to drive this thing!"
calm, he answers frivolously, "I am sure that we are
near Shanidar Adah! I managed to get a fix on our location,
from Mt.Ararat's Nodian satellite, before the omnibus'
energy failed! We are southwest of the Great Zab al Kabir
one degree west and four degrees south, of the Mt. Ararat
Adah seems ready to leave
the machine, "Let us get out of here, lest we may not
"We shall walk to
Shanidar. We will find Man's
cave, no worry about
that," lord Yinurta said prophetically.
Adah sounds calmer,
"Where did these Natufian
men we seek come from?" She appears curious about the
"Of course Adah you know we came from the
Cosmos--the Nodian Solar system; hence, I am happy to tell
you everything I know about Man's creation an
continues to gather supplies for their (on foot) adventure.
She also helps. He lifts a small supply bag, up on the
table, and then ties it tight. He sighs, "Adah, sit
down for a moment, I'll tell you what I have heard:
"According to our
historians--where these myths originated--Natufian Man (Homo
sapiens Neanderthal) came from the Zargos mountain highlands
near Shanidar. These
sapiens roamed the Earth, for thousands of periods." Later
the Natufians migrated from other planets and they also were stranded on earth
but they lost all their technical knowledge as they continued to mix with the
local homo sapiens. These men the Natufians, who now occupy Shanidar,
are the smartest of the lot here on earth.
Adah appears surprised,
"Did Enki liquidated the Neanderthal!"
"I am afraid he did,
how or why I do not know." He is happy to tell her of
the lord sons of Anu's origin:
know--the giant satellite located in a parking orbit, above
Mt. Ararat--is the only proof we have, that we lords came
from the Cosmos
(Heavens). Father (Enlil) told me, this satellite is the mother
ark of the Nodian lords--when
the sons of Anu orbited the Earth. They went down to the
surface, and have never been able to reach the mother ark
since. It does continue to operate! That is why we need the
"Our father Enlil,
did convert its use to a (communication and energy)
transmission satellite. I have heard him talk to his
Father--Anu--in the Cosmos, through the Nodian satellite.
Anu called him: 'my son Enlil'."
overwhelmed, "Where did our fathers come from?"
"While in school at
the 'Temple of the Wind', I learned of
the locus of our home planet. It is located in the region
where one of the star clusters orbits the Earth's galaxy, in
a parking orbit. This concept is not unlike the ark satelite
that orbits the Earth. This huge star
today as M13)
is a veritable horde of stars with planets--including the
Nodian solar system (Bernard's Star). This star cluster
orbits, way out on the fringe of the Earth's galaxy. It is 24,000 light-periods
away from the Earth. If one looks straight up, in the late
summer's eve, when the moon is low, over Mt. Ararat, one can
see the cluster decidedly. It is the largest visible cluster
in the heavens. It covers an area, of the sky, the size of
the Earth's moon. Yet with all
our knowledge, we lords are unable to reach even our ark
satellite, yet alone our home
star cluster! I fear there will be no help from Anu the
we earn his respect." Abruptly changing the subject he
comments, "I'm ready to leave--are you?" He points
to the map.
"See, here is Tepe
Nodian outpost nearby. It's half way between the joining of
the Zab and the Tigris rivers. Farther northwest, is the
cave of Shanidar, on the northern bend of the Great Zab
river, at zero degrees of Mt. Ararat's meridian. I had no idea that we had strayed so
far southwest of the Shanidar settlement area!"
She rumbles, "Shanidar
is just a core cave, a small community of Natufian men. Each
generation of Earth beings for a hundred thousand periods
(years) built their living room over the ruins of its former
residents. First the Neanderthal (Neanderthal) type, next
nomadic stone age Man (CroMagon), then the Natufians."
He places his hand on her
shoulder. "Adah. . . it is getting cold in here, we had
better put on our survival clothes, and pack our supplies,
ready, for any consequence."
ever!" Adah frowns, "So we walk to Shanidar. . . .
Yinurta points outside
the vehicle's observation dome, "We should take our
survival gear, outside, and walk towards the northeast
mountains nearly obscured by the white-out snow conditions.
Several suns walk, we should look for the Nodian outpost of
Tepe Gawya however,
on the high Shanidar escarpment, we may find other
They both dress for the
outside weather (and finished packing their survival
paraphernalia) that they thought they could wisely carry.
Adah wide eyed, puts her hand to her half opened mouth.
"Yinurta! Do not forget our communication medallions,
and energy beam tubes.ENERGY
He takes the devices (Adah
reminded him of) from a storage cabinet, and gives (one of
each) to Adah. They both place the medallion's chains about
their necks, and buckled the hand held--stick like-- beam
weapons, to their waist belts.
Yinurta pushes the side
exit button, to open the door: however, without power--the
door does not budge! He moans aloud--swearing, "To the
sun with it!" He knows (the omnibus' energy banks are
Yinurta tries to open the
door again, but to no avail. Holding the button down, he
pushes against the door with all his strength. Somewhat
discouraged, he looks up at Adah. "It will not
Near hysteria sweeps
across Adah's face. "We're trapped," she said
excitedly, "see . . . how the snow quickly submerges
our vehicle, except for the rooftop observation dome!"
She fastens her weather suit, and puts on her gloves. She
glances at the time piece on the wall--even it quit running.
Yinurta more determined
then ever, to get out of the vehicle--placid about leaving
the vehicle. "Adah I am sure it is not all that
bad." He finds a hand crank near the door; as a result
he puts the crank in the door's key slot. He tries to crank
the door open. It opens slightly; evidently, stuck against a
mixture of dirt, rock, trees, snow and ice.
"Adah! There is just
not a large enough opening for me to squeeze out of
here--the avalanche has trapped us!"
Adah exasperated asks,
"What do we do now? Should we use our beam weapons to
get out?" She looks out of the front windshield, and
rubs her hand across her breath fogged window. She cleans it
"Yinurta we will
have to leave--now--or we will never get out, till
spring--that is if we shall have been still alive!"
They both look up at the
dome; evidently, it is still free of the ice and snow.
"Let us blow the dome; evidently, it is still free of
the ice and snow. "Let us blow the dome's escape
charge, but once we do that, we can never use this omnibus
as a shelter, until warmer weather."
Adah is eager to get out
of the bus. She picks up her gear and moves towards the
dome, "Do it now--hurry!"
Yinurta pulls the escape
ring, a loud explosive charge sends the translucent dome
high into the air--where it landed, is any one's guess. The
wind blows snow into the vehicle.
Adah heads for the exit,
with Yinurta's help she pulls herself up, on the hard packed
snow and ice, on the top. Confident of her escape, she yells
down to him. "Hand up the supplies Yinurta, I can put
them out on the hard snow." He passes up their
backpacks, and other tools that they had skillfully bundled.
"Put on these snowshoes Adah." He hands her two
pairs--his and hers.
She sits on the
air-conditioning enclosure (barely showing) on the roof of
the vehicle, and puts on her snowshoes. Yinurta pulls
himself up and out of the bus's observation port's hole, and
puts on his snowshoes.
They stand up on the snow
packed roof, put their packs on their backs, and studied
their plight. He takes her hand, and they walk (on
snowshoes) together, down the wind packed snow mound, off
the front of the bus, over the top of the avalanche mound,
and onto the snow level.
The wind and the snow are
ferocious, at their backs. From his transparent head cover,
he smiles and waves to his sister.
She looks in several
directions, through the white-out, "Which way are we
going to go? I can't see a thing!" They walk bent in
the direction of their travel, and she sees (through a letup
in the snow storm) a large mass before them. She bellows,
with a strange smile, "What is that?"
She points her gloved
hand, "Over there."
Alarmed, Yinurta said,
"Why I don't know! Walk closer." She heads in the
correct direction, but the snow hides the mass again.
"Which way? Where?"
Yinurta appears amazed,
he walks closer, stops, and opens his face helmet, to get a
better look at the massive object. The snow storm lifts.
"It may be one of our ancient ziggurattemples abandoned
at a Nodian outpost, located somewhere in this region near Tepe
Surprised he confirms,
"Why it is a ziggurat Adah . . . a Nodian terraced
temple"; at the same time, they stop walking several
hundred meters from it. "Adah . . look! It has four
levels, and the front staircase mounts to each
Adah looks closer,
pointing to the mound, and enthusiastically remarks,
"Look Yinurta the ziggurat is built of (bread-loaf)
shaped bricks. Each one appears piled on top of
another." She walks closer, to the ziggurat, "My,
how interesting, each brick makes a perfect fit to adjoining
"Yes I see!" He
points, "Look, the outside walls taper inward, and on
the right and left side of the main stairway, I see two more
Adah's breath fogs her
open helmet, and withers in the cold air. "We can reach
the third and forth terrace, by the front stairway--that
They walk closer to the
front stairway. Each higher terrace (of the mound) is
smaller by far, than the terrace below it! There is a small
building constructed, on the top terrace level.
"I see it!" She
looks in the direction that he points. "It must be a
temple," she wonders! The small square building, on
top, with an open front doorway, had an ornate stone
railing, about a cubit high (one meter) about its four
A wedge written
inscription--in Sumerian--placed at eye level, on the
stairway's wall, diverts Yinurta's attention.
"Adah look here . .
this inscription says: 'this great ziggurat mound and temple
tower, was built by lord King Enki, to worship Anu, 'Creator of
man and Earth'. Anu is our father's Father! The text, I
have read to you, may not be the exact translation. It is
wedge written in ancient Sumerian. It says it is a ziggurat,
built by the Nodian lords, many hundreds of Earth periods
(years) ago. It probably was used as a place of worship,
communication, or and ark (aircraft) landing pad."
Adah said, "I knew
it . . it is a temple. I would like to try our medallion
communicators, on top of the temple's roof, to see if we
could reach Nodian control, at Mt. Cilo Dagi."
"Wait Adah . .
.there is more." He moves his finger across the ancient
cuneiform Sumerian text, hewed into the wall. "The
inscription refers the reader to the right of the ziggurat,
towards the great Pillar Temple dedicated to Nanna (Istar)
the tutelary head of Cilo Dagi."
Adah stimulated said,
"Another temple? Let us walk closer towards it. We can
climb the ziggurat later." They walk awkwardly
(downhill) on their snow shoes, to the right of the
ziggurat, towards the magnificent Pillar Temple of Ishtar--for
the moment the snowstorm lifts.
"It is a beautiful
structure Adah!" He pauses . . . "I count eight
columns . . ." He walks right up to one of the columns.
He rubs his gloved hand, across its surface. "Why they
are palm logs (covered with mother-of pearl, pink limestone,
and shells) probably with a bituminous binder!"
Removing his glove, opening his face plate, he feels one of
the cold engaged columns, in the side wall. Startled, he
remarks, "Why these pillars are studded with small red,
black, and white cones of fired clay. A column must be six
Excited about seeing
Anu's temple, and the remains of Inanna's temple, Adah
asked, "Do you suppose lord King Enki built this temple
compound later, for his daughter Inanna?"
"It must be so, as
the inscription says, 'dedicated to Istar'." He
scratches his head and rubs his jaw, through his open face
plate. "I know that lord Enki has a daughter named
Ishtar (or Inanna as he calls her) but I am not sure if he
dedicated it to her, or her mother--perhaps even somebody
else. Ishtar, is the first lady of the Earth's lords."
The snow squalls start
again. Adah shivering said, "'Tis too cold and windy,
to look through Ishtar's temple now, why don't we go up the
ziggurat's stairs, to the top temple. It may be a good place
to rest, out of the weather; besides, I like it better then
this place. I'm going up there?" Thrilled with her
thought she takes off her snowshoes. She drops them, one by
one, while running up the middle front stairway, to the
temple. The wind has blown most of the steps clear of snow.
She stops about half way up, turns around, and calls down to
Yinurta. "There must be a hundred steps to climb, to
the first level! Come on!" Without further words, she
runs up the stairs.
Adah, out of breath,
reaches the forth level temple house. The snow stops
falling, and the wind calms. She walks inside the small
temple (measuring 20 by 30 meters). She lowers her
head to catch her breath. Looking up (towards the Northeast
)corner she sees an opening in the temple's brick roof.
Scratching her head she thinks for a moment. Once inside the
temple room she loudly remarks, "Yinurta, there is no
way to reach that small square opening in the temple's roof
to get on to the ziggurat's roof. See here, come, I want to
He uses the left outside
staircase. Once inside the small temple room--he looks up at
the roof. He looks around the room. There is no other
entrance or staircase. He scratches his face with his index
finger, through his open face helmet.
"How are we going to
get up there? It is higher, than your hands can reach, even
if you stood on my shoulders."
The interior of the
temple is partly filled with snow, in its northeast corner
floor. The snow (mostly of ice) has drifted halfway across
the center of the room. Adah steps on it. She takes a (four
prong hooked) climbing rope off her belt, and throws it up .
. . She misses it--several times.
"Here! Let me help
Yinurta bends down to the
floor, and picks up the hook. He throws it up towards the
opening in the temple's roof. It hooks to the inside edge of
the roof's opening. "Thanks," Adah lamented,
"I planned to pull my self up on the roof, after I
hooked the line--I am glad to have your help."
artificially surprised, "I don't see how you were going
to get up there?" Still smiling superficially, he
motions with his hand, "Take off your back pack and
face helmet, as I have. Put it in that cleared corner."
"I want to try it
first." He motions with his hands, "Let me go
first Adah, then I can help you over the edge from
Relieved, she moves out
of the way. Yinurta holds on to the rope, he walks up the
snow ice drift, and pulls himself (hand over hand) with his
gloved hands, up the rope; eventually, he reaches the edge
of the opening, and makes an extra effort. His breath
streams into the air, as a ray of sunlight hits his golden
blond hair, through the open roof.
Adah standing on the ice
drift below, helps push him up. He catches a hold on the
roof's edge. With and extra effort, he pulls himself up on
the wind swepted, snow covered roof.
"Tie the climbing
rope about your waist, Adah." Throwing the rope ends
down to her, he pulls her up with ease. The sun floods
everything, for many kilometers in all directions.
Adah, looks towards the
flooding valley far below, "Look out there to the east,
way out there." He points far below. "It is the
winding Zab al Kibir river. We don't want to cross that way.
We must go up hill, towards the mountains."
"There . . in front
of us," again he points, "Out there at least one
hundred thousand cubits--a long walk. . . ." He grits
his teeth. "It may take several suns to reach the
Shanidar cave straight northeast, of here." He
walks to the west side of the temple's roof, and points over
the stone rail. "Look way out there, it's the Tigris
river. I guess we know for certain, where we are now!"
"Yes! This temple is
half way between the Tigris and the Zab river, above
the point where they meet, "Brother are you planning to
let Nodian Control know where we are!"
"Yes I will try now,
that was why you came up here--right?"
Their golden concave
medallions, chained about their necks, rested flat on their
chest. The medallions were of an intricate design. The
medallion's concave shape could focus a satellites ultra
high frequency radio wave, on a small antenna, located
within its labyrinth design.
He raises his two
(outstretched) arms towards Mt. Ararat. He points his golden
concave medallion, about his neck, in the general direction
of the Nodian satellite--parked in orbit--high above. The
medallion picks up the satellite's carrier--he calls loudly,
"Nodian control, this is lord Yinurta at Tepe Gawya--my
father--can you hear me?" He asked many times, as he
points the medallion in a slightly different direction,
towards the Nodian satellite, in a fixed orbit--high over
A clear male voice
emanates from the front of the medallion, "This is
Nodian control, greetings lost ones, your father Enlil here.
We have a rough fix on your location--at one degree west,
four degrees south--of the Mt. Ararat meridian, at Tepe
father, my sister Adah is here--we are both fine. We
abandoned our omnibus nearby, after depleting our energy
banks. A snow avalanche trapped our omnibus. I am positive
it would not have started, till warmer weather returned. We
are going on to find Shanidar. We are still about our
mission, to find Natufian Man, and plan to continue looking
for him on foot. We are on the temple's roof at Tepe Gawya."
The thunderous voice of
lord Enlil speaks through the small medallion's loudspeaker.
"Correct! Our sensors locate your position, in the
ancient outpost of Tepe, the center of Gawya. What are your
plans my son?"
"When we leave here,
we plan to search for the ancient Cave of Shanidar, near the
hamlet of Zwai Chemi Shanidar. I pray that we will be able
to contact you again, when we find it."
"This is Nodian
control, the Shanidar cave is at zero degrees longitude
(three point one, six, six degrees) south, of the Mt.
Mt.Ararat North of Shanidar
"I am fine Yinurta
my son, but the pressure on my conduct here is greater every
time mark. It is more difficult for me to explain, to my
brother, why you have been gone so long. You had better find
Natufian Man, an in a hurry. My fearful brother lord king
Enki, wants you to return the Natufian leader and his family
here. He threatens to come himself at the head of his
troops, if you do not comply. He never did, and never will
accept our premise: that Man's intelligence, genetics, and
environment will rectify over the millenniums. He has
decided that the lords have made a mistake permitting Man's
migration to Earth."
"There may be
thousands of them father Enlil, how am I going to capture
their leader? How can I comply with his orders?"
"You never intended
to--did you son? I bid you good bye my dear Yinurta! Please
Adah--help him to see how serious our position is. Give us a
beep note every other sun, so we can follow your progress.
Nodian control clear."
broadly--obviously elated, "See . . we are not lost,
only off course a few hundred thousand cubits!"
"Oh. . . Yinurta, we
shall never be able to go back to Cilo Dagi, if we don't
follow the lord King's orders." She does not try to
talk him out of his plan to save Man. She does not seem to
care much about her brother's idea, for saving the Natufians--she
worries more about her own discomfort. Her long blond hair
takes wing with the wind. "I wish we could have used a
flying ark, instead of our forsaken ground omnibus,"
she said satirically. "We should have gone home instead
of freezing, in this never ending snow storm."
"We would not have
been much better off; moreover, we have agreed that ground
exploration is necessary--not only to find Man--but
required, to save ourselves." Yinurta said loudly.
Shortly thereafter the
wind whips up a giant cloud of snow, and nearly knocks them
off the temple's roof. Adah went down on her right knee;
Yinurta helps her back to a standing position. She brushes
herself off complaining, "How many more suns and moons
of this must we endure, before we find Shanidar? We will
never make it!" Adah chilly and famished remarks,
"I'm ready to stay right here. . . in this
temple." She is almost childlike, at times.
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----------29674..............Land of the Lords (MAP) circa
15A------- 29816 #map
of the fertile crescent.............Einan
(10,000 B.C) (Map)
30405.............Temple of the
Wind, on Mt. Cilo Dagi (Photo)
.............The Middle East Circa 10,000 B.C. (Two Maps)
Planet Nodian Lords (Known as M-13
..............M-13 Star Map (Drawing)
..............Typical Ziggurat Temple of the Lords
---------31775.............. Mt. Ararat meridian respect
to Shanidar (Map)
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NO. CHAPTER 2...............................31995
...............Shanidar's, (snow covered) escarpment
68 32559 Map of
the Fertile Crescent (Green area) (Map)
Pictograms Catal Huyuk 10,000 B.C. (Drawing)
82 33112 Location
of--Fertile Crescent (the Zargos) (Map)
83 33186 The
Sahara Rain Forest (Map)
110 34319 The
land, we call Endin or Abyss ("Eden") (MAP)
111 34393 The
land, Endin (Gihon River, Enlargement
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Satellite over twin-peaked Mt. Ararat (Photo)
Crossover (X) (MAP) 155 36057 The ancient site of
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169 36644 Tepe
171 36763 Ziggurat
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208 38016 Middle
East Circa 5-8,000 B.C. (Now Iraq)
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209 38085 Middle
East Villages 5,000 B.C.
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NO. CHAPTER 6
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265 40915 The
beauty and greatness of Cilo Dagi,
Photo of the ancient Zargo mountain chain, with twin
peaked (5648 meter Mt. Ararat)
283 42013 The
Crossover (X) (Map)
285 42194 Catal
Huyuk, Cave Paintings, 10,000 B.C.
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290 42559 Sites
along Tigris and Euphrates River
310 43648 The
lords' city Cilo Dagi (Drawing)
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315 43908 Einan
(now Jerico) (Map of Location)
The--tower of towers (Drawing)
334 44723 Sippar
(Map of location) Riverine Wilderness
362 45682 City's
water supply aqueduct, past the monorail station (The City
of Cilo Dagi
385 46515 This
island universe, we know, as--the Galaxy. (the Leviathan
Space Trek (LST)
'Beginning of the end' (For the Nodian City)
402 47214 Cilo
Dagi's Aqueduct, Water System's Building
405 47366 Cilo
Dagi's (Volcano erupts) and the Zab River
409 47563 Complete
destruction Mt. Cilo Dagi
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414 47840 On the
river, towards the Crossover (X) (Map)
416 48068 The
prospering village of Jerico (Einan) (Map)
418 48211 Bediha
423 48476 Faiyum,
located on the White Nile river (Map)
447 49379 El' Arma
496 51124 Nekhen,
on the Nile flood plain (Map)
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514 51802 Memphis,
in lower Pharaoh (Egypt)
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Earth--be divided into five zones. (Photo)
(Mathematical equation) Riddle (ON LINE ONLY) Mass-Wave