ENUMA ELIS | Babylonian Chaldean Creation Epic elevates MARDUK above Sumerian Anunnaki

thumbnail_image.jpg“The Enuma Elis is named after its opening lines in the Babylo-Akkadian language, translated to mean: “When in the heights…” This series of ‘seven tablets’ is better known among both scholars and seekers alike as the ‘Babylonian Epic of Creation’ or ‘Seven Tablets of Creation’, which are in fact too often misrepresented as “Sumerian.” (from Liber E)

“Archaeologists first became away of this particular series in 1849 when the tablets were recovered from an expedition into the Royal Library of Ashurbanipal in ‘Nineveh’. They were first published academically in 1876 and received significant attention by historians, mythographers and biblical scholars – not only because of their antiquity, but because of how significant the work turned out to be in deciphering the ‘methodology’ of Babylonian civilization and religion in addition to its very high resonance with our contemporary and ‘classical’ “Epic of Creation” given in the Judeo- Christian Book of Genesis.” (Liber-E is available in “Magan Magic” or “Necronomicon Spellbook I”, in addition to the Year-3 anthology format “Mesopotamian Magic” or “Necronomicon Workbook”.)

Necronomicon Spellbook I
“A true scholar of the Mesopotamian Mysteries eventually comes to understand the Enuma Elis in a far different light than how it is most often relayed in the commonplace ‘bedtime story’ renditions. For one, contrary to what we should ‘expect’ from a true Creation Epic, the Enuma Elis does not concern itself with the definitive origins of cosmogenesis so much as it does with anthropogenesis – being the creation of humans and their reality (or perception thereof). The mood of the discourse is not ‘theological’ but ‘political’ – for the esteemed purpose of elevating the power of Marduk over the Anunnaki ‘gods’ in Babylon!” (Liber E)“Multiple versions of ‘Mesopotamian-originating’ tablets exists – but there is one key point that many esoteric practitioners and historians miss when appropriating what ‘purpose’ the tablets have within the ‘greater’ tradition. For example, ALL tablet-cycles that make reference to “Marduk” are purely Babylonian or a direct influence thereof – meaning that they are born of the post-Sumerian Anunnaki tradition that surrounded another key element – the usurpation and transfer of the “power” in Mesopotamia to Babylon, the control of the empire by the priest-magicians and dragonkings there residing as well as authority in the religious and spiritual systems of the people and their relationship with the “Sky Gods” (Anunnaki) – all shown to be executed by “Divine Right” and in accordance with the “World Order” decreed by Anu, Enlil and Enki in prehistoric times…” (Liber E)

“…it was the Enuma Elis that made this all possible.”

Mesopotamian Magic
“In politics, the Enuma Elis allowed the “Law of Marduk” (for example, the ‘Code of Khammurabi) to be upheld – as given in the Tablet-L series in the Necronomicon Anunnaki Bible. In religious ceremonies, the Enuma Elis was the preliminary ‘rite’ or ‘incantation’ used before conducting any public or private working – such as the maqlu (aforementioned in the preface) or the Akiti festival of Spring (Aries) that occurred annually as the Babylonian (Mardukite) “New Year” celebration. Even significant rituals and smaller operations of ‘magic’ and ‘devotion’ (within the tradition) were usually opened with a recitation of the Epic. The words explain the basis of Mardukite Magick – a term coined of modern invention by the anthropologists and esoteric practitioners, since the ancients simply viewed the same as Life. But as a cornerstone to the Anunnaki “post-Sumerian” evolution of the Babylonian (Mardukite) paradigm – its rise to global influence: politically, spiritually, magically – the Enuma Elis is inseparably paramount to all related ventures, including the understanding (and theoretical implementation) of the Mesopotamian religious paradigm, spiritual world view, magical sciences and its later evolutions into various kabbalahs of the world.” (Liber E)
Necronomicon Workbook
“The Enuma Elis demonstrates a transfer of power and ‘world ordering’ to the Babylonian paradigm. This was a significant turning point in global consciousness at its apex – though the beginnings of the age (of Aries) is appropriated c. 2100 B.C. It is around this time that a historian finds amazing new shifts in ‘the way’ in which things are done on the planet. It is certainly not the origins of ‘human civilization’ in general, since such is better credited to the pre-Babylonian Anunnaki efforts, including that time thought to be antediluvian or ‘before the deluge’…