Ask The Nuwaupians, did you know that your teacher lied when he taught that the word Anunnaqi means from ANU to Ki?

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Question: Ask The Nuwaupians, did you know that your teacher lied when he taught that the word Anunnaqi means "from ANU to Ki?

Answer: The Anunnaqi act as intermediaries between  earth and Nibiru, so ANU sent them to earth in 50's

Malachi York had no clue of the meaning of the word Anunnaqi.  York spent a great deal of time plagiarizing the fictional teaching of Zecharia Sitchin when he should have spent that time researching the word and sign Anunnaqi.  In the Nuwaupian's holy bible called, the Holy Tablets, York says,

"Anunnaqi - Anoo-naa-qee. those beings that ANU sent down from heaven to earth"

-Holy Tablets glossary, pg. 1660

 

 

The fact is, "Anunna" is a collective name for the deities of the sky and the ground or under world, and there is no evidence supporting the notion that ANU, sent the Anuna to earth from Neberu (Nibiru).  More information is needed from York and the Nuwaupians on this topic, here's an example.

 

The Sumerian tradition, like the Akkadian, has many different names for their various god-groupings. To these belong,

1) dingir-an-na ―the gods of the sky,

2) dingir.kia ―the gods of the earth,

3) dingir-an-ki-a ―the gods from the earth and the sky,

4) dingir-kur-kur-ra ―the gods of foreign lands,

5) dinger-hur-sag-ga ―the gods of the mountains

6) dingir-sar-sar-ra ―the uncountable gods,

7) dingir-ki-lagaski-a ―the gods from the region of Lagas,

8) dingir-galgal ―the great gods, 

9) da-nun-na The second member of the Akkadian opposition pair

10) danunnaku: digigu Sumerian dnun-gal-e-ne, is rarely testified to until at least the old-Babylonian era.

 

The supporting documents for d-a-nun-na, also those for dingir-gal-gal and the rest of the mentioned titles are exclusively characterized in literary texts. They are not mentioned in numerous administrative documents that have to do with the offerings given to various gods. There are also no temples that were made holy to the Anunna or any other of the various god groupings. This shows that those associated with the veneration of the Anunna didn't have a big influence on culture practices.

-The Anunna in the Sumerian Tradition: A. Heidelberg Falkenstein, pg. 127

 

York should have made these points clear to the Nuwaupians that the innovated word "Anunnaqi" is not an actual sign or logogram in Sumerian literature but is in part rooted in later Akkadian and Babylonian.

 

D-A-nuna =NUN, before the plural suffix of the personal form –ene a-nuna-ke-ne31.  Sporadic spellings without god-determinative appear in the inscriptions of Gudea with two exceptions. They are also found in texts which for us lie within the old-Babylonian tradition.  However, one does not find them when examining the incantation texts of the Ur III era, and only seldom in later texts. The spelling da-nuna, which is native to the old-Sumerian orthography, appears twice in the Gudea-inscriptions, and is even more prevalent in the old-Babylonian transcriptions. The texts of later origins are occasionally written in accordance with the younger normal form of the Akkadian 

dingir-a-nun-na-ki  instead of  d-a-nun-na-ke-(e-) ne da-nun-na-ke

-The Anunna in the Sumerian Tradition: A. Heidelberg Falkenstein, pg. 129

Again, there's nothing supporting the use of the term,

"from ANU to ki (earth)"or those sent to earth.  The original a-nun-na-eriduki-kene was changed to d-a-nun-kikene. This is based upon a mis-reading where d-a-nunna is written (not ki)- ke-ne.

 

 Anuna ―(Gods, the) seeds/semen of the First‘ are,‖ satisfies the claim that the genitive relationship must exist. To answer the question, who are the first and what is their relationship with NUN,‘ one is lead to Enki from Eridu. He carries the epithet of NUN. His city is also identified with NUNki . Those who are mentioned in an old invocation called a-nun-na-eriduki...danuna of the area of Lagas‖ and the danuna from Nippur were by that time already attested to. As father of the Anuna, "An", Anu in Akkadian, the highest god of the Sumerian ruling pantheon had to inevitably appear. A passage from the  "Lamentation of Aruru", seven of the chief gods, An, Enlil, Ninlil, Enki, Ninmah, Nanna, and Utu went to the female gods.They could not, please them (nu-mu-ni-in-hun-e).

-The Anunna in the Sumerian Tradition: A. Falkenstein, Heidelberg pg. 129

 

We find the Anuna spoken of in high honor in the Sumerian epics,

Sumerian Transliteration:

1. ud re-a-ta ud an ki-bi-ta ba-an-[dim2-ma-ba

2. ji6 re-a-ta ji6 an ki-bi-ta /ba\-[an-dim2-ma-ba]

3. [mu re]-a-/ta\ mu nam ba-[tar-ra-ba]

4. [da]-/nun\-na-ke4-ne ba-tu-ud-da-a-ba

5. dama-dinana nam-NIR.PA-ce3 ba-tuku-a-ba

6. dama-dinana an ki-a ba-hal-hal-la-a-ba

7. dama-dinana [...] ba-a-pec u3-tud-da-a-ba

8. dijir kurum6-ma-bi A X X unu2?-bi-ce3 ba-ab-kece2-a-<ba>

9. dijir car2-car2 kij2-ja2 al-sug2-ge-ec dijir tur-tur du2-lum im-il2-il2-e-ne

10. dijir id2 <im> dun-dun-u3-ne sahar-bi ha-ra-li im-dub-dub-be2-ne

11. dijir im ar3-ar3-re-ne zi-bi inim am3-ma-jar-re-ne

English Translation:

1-11. In those days, in the days when heaven and earth were created; in those nights, in the nights when heaven and earth were created; in those years, in the years when the fates were determined; when the Anuna gods were born; when the goddesses were taken in marriage; when the goddesses were distributed in heaven and earth; when the goddesses …… became pregnant and gave birth; when the gods were obliged (?) …… their food …… dining halls; the senior gods oversaw the work, while the minor gods were bearing the toil. The gods were digging the canals and piling up the silt in Ḫarali. The gods, crushing the clay, began complaining about this life.

-Enki and Ninmaḫ - The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature

 

The Anuna in this and other Sumerian tablets doesn't use the term, "Anunnaqi" and there is NO Sumerian text that says, "from Anu to ki" or  sent from Anu to ki (earth).  

So just where is York coming up with this lie that Anunnaqi means "those sent by ANU to ki (Earth)" ?