Ask The Nuwaupians, If According to Mr. York, Anu is a Tittle, meaning the Highest, then what was Anu's real name?

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Question: Ask The Nuwaupians, If According to Mr. York, Anu is a Tittle, meaning the Highest, then what was Anu's real name?

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On a "Saviors Day" audio and video recording, Malachi York agreed with a questioner that Anu is a tittle, he then goes on to say,

"when something is the highest, you can't reach it...if it's the Highest and you reach it, then it was never the Highest"

http://soundcloud.com/kudamah-1/anu-alalu-dr-york

 

Then who ever reached ANU means ANU was never the Highest! because Kumarbi defeated ANU and bit off Anu's testicles and Kumarbi literally took hold of Anu. York apparently had poor information regarding Alalu, because he wrote,

 

55.) Manu and their other Agni who stayed in the skies of Orion.

56.) The ruler Alalu of the thrones also ruled the skies of Orion

57.) Anu came before him and bowed at his feet, because he was the ruler of Orion. By custom Alali appointed ANU to be his royal cup-bearer, which is an honored and trusted position.

58.) Alalu ruled the skies for 6,000 years or 9 Nibiruan periods. 

59.) Then ANU rose up against Alalu and ANU defeated Alalu. ANU took control over all the galactical heavens. 

60.) And Alalu ran from ANU to the planet Earth, with his wife, Al Laat and 2 daughters, Al Uzza and Manat.

-Holy Tablets: Chapter 5 Tablet. 5:55-60

 

There's 2 points that needs addressing, 

1. Al Laat, Al Uzza and Manat, is from The Qur'an and there's nothing in any Mesopotamian or Hittite text that has these names, so line 60 is fabricated by York from the Qur'an.

Al Quran Chapter 53:19-20 (al-Najm)

19 أَفَرَأَيْتُمُ اللَّاتَ وَالْعُزَّىٰ

20 وَمَنَاةَ الثَّالِثَةَ الْأُخْرَىٰ

53.19 Have ye seen Lat and 'Uzza

53.20 And another, the third (goddess), Manat 

 

2. York mentions Alalu as the brother of ANU, 

 

 

84.) The Anunnagi, Aluhum triumphed over the race of Jinn, as ANU had done over his brother, ALALU, who descended to the seventh, the blue planet in ward, then called Tiamat, and after his defeat, ANU ascended unto the throne of Nibiru. MURDUK captured one of the Jinn who was under the age of maturity named Balus (Ibliys), meaning despaired or rebellious one.

-Holy Tablets Chapter 1 Tablet 2:84 

York has fabricated this as well, because Alalu was not Anu's brother, in fact Mr. York contradicts this a few years later in the audio by saying,

 

"Alalu was from another race 

if this is true then he was wrong claiming Alalu was his brother. 

York writes, 

His main consort and 1/2 sister was named AN.TU in cuneiform and Antum, in Akkadian was mother of EN.LIL. She was an ANUN.NA.QI (Anunna) and half sister of Anu, by different fathers. Another consort was named "IYD" (Nimul), also 'Id' who was the mother of ENQI. She was a Draconian, a reptilian native to the planet earth, daughter of Siidiihis (Alalu) when it was under water Genesis 1:2...

-Is Jesus God? pg. 297

Take notice of the fact that Mr. York points out that Siidiihis is Alalu, which would mean Anu took his brothers daughter and had sex with her.  Siidiihis according to York is Alalu which demonstrates that Mr. York was simply making things up as he went along.

 

The Anunnagi, Alahum triumphed over the race of Jinn, as ANU had done over brother, Alalu, who descended to the seventh, the blue planet inward, then called Tiamat, and after his defeat, ANU ascended unto the throne of Nibiru.

-Holy Tablets Chapter 1 Tablet 2:83

 

The ruler Alalu of the thrones also ruled the skies of Orion. Anu came before him and bowed at his feet, because he was the ruler of Orion. By custom Alalu appointed ANU to be his royal cu(b)-bearer, which is an honored and trusted position. Alalu ruled the skies for 6,000 years or 9 Nibiruan periods. Then ANU rose up against Alalu and ANU defeated Alalu. ANU took control over all the galactical heavens. And Alalu ran from ANU to the planet Earth, with his wife, Al Laat and 2 daughters, Al Uzza and Manat.

-Holy Tablets Chapter 5 Tablet 5:56-60

 

So according to these 2 quotes, Anu defeated Alalu, also known as Siidiihis ,this defeat story of Anu vs. Alalu is coming in part from the 3 tablets of The Song of Kumarbi or Kingship in Heaven, and nowhere does it mention that Alalu was Anu's brother let alone Siidiihis a name NEVER even mentioned in any Mesopotamian literature. 

In the story from The Song of Kumarbi or Kingship in Heaven, Alalu was overthrown by Anu who was then overthrown by Kumarbi, Alalu's son, this would mean, that Kumarbi was the new Anu. Alalu was king and the person later called "Anu" was his cup-bearer. Anu killed Alalu and took his throne. Alalu's son Kumarbi served Anu as his cup bearer, and when Kumarbi sought to avenge his father and gain the throne, Anu tried to escape, Kumarbi bites off ANU's his testicles and spat out three new deities. Finally Anu's son Tesub overthrew Kumarbi and became king. The rest of the cycle has Kumarbi attempting to regain his throne by begetting or otherwise putting up various Deities and creatures to defeat Tesub so that he (Kumarbi) can regain his throne. 

2.2.2 Alalu, Anu and Kumarbi (lines 12-36)

12. dala-lu gu3 darmušen-re nu-dAnu-ni-ib-be2

13. ur-gu-la saĝ ĝiš nu-ub-ra-ra

14. ur-bar-ra-ke4 sila4 nu-ub-kar-re

15. ur-gir15 maš2 gam-dala-lu-gam nu-ub-zu

16. šaḫ2 še gu7-gu7-e nu-ub-zu

17. nu-mu-un-su2 munu4 ur3-ra barag2-ga-ba

18. mušen-e an-na munu4-bi na-an-gu7-e

19. tu-dAnu-šen-e saĝ nu-mu-un-da-RU-e

20. igi-gig-e igi-gig-dala-lime-en nu-mu-ni-be2

21. saĝ-gig-e saĝ-gig-me-en nu-mu-ni-be2

22. um-ma-bi ki-i tup-pu ar-ha har-ra-an e-eš-taume-en nu-mu-ni-be2

23. ab-ba-bi ab-ba-me-en nu-mu-ni-be2

24. ki-sikil a nu-tu5-a-ni iri-a nu-mu-ni-ib-sig10-ge

25. lu2 id2-da bal-e ĝi6-de3 nu-mu-ni-be2

26. niĝir-e zag-ga-na nu-um-niĝin2-niĝin2

27. nar-e e-lu-lamdku-mar-bi nu-mu-ni-be2

28. zag-nu- iri-ka danu-ni-be2

29. dnin-sikil-la a-a-ni den-ki-ra gu3 mu-na-de2-e

30. idin-gir-ia-ták-kán-ha-tu-ga-uš in-na-saan-da a-i-im-pu-uš te-eh-hu-un

31. Taš-mišu iri mu-e-šum2 iri <mu-e-šum2 Ku-mar-bi šum2-ma-zu>

32. ]missing fragments]>

33. [iri kar] id2-da nu-un-tuku-a

34. [missing lines Ku-mar-bi2 iri <mu-e-šum2 nam-ĝu10 šum2-ma-zu>

35. ]lines missing]

36. [iri a-šag4] a-gar3 [ab-sin2 

 

" After Alalu has occupied the heavenly throne for nine years, his cup bearer Anu rises against him and takes his place, with Alalu fleeing ‘to the dark earth’. Subsequently, Anu suffers the same fate: after nine years, he, too, has to fight his own cup bearer  Alalu’s son Kumarbi, whom he tries to escape by fleeing to the sky. However, Kumarbi prevents him from doing so by grabbing his legs and pulling him down. He then bites off Anu’s genitals, but Anu warns him not to rejoice at this, as Kumarbi has now been impregnated with Anu’s offspring: the storm-god, the Aranzaḫ River (the river-god Tigris), the god Tašmišu and two more ‘terrible gods’. He ends off by prophesying that Kumarbi will regret having received this burden "

The events mentioned above from the ancient text marginalizes Anu as a Deity.  Siidiihis also known as Alalu by York, was at one time an Anu, so I ask, what was the name of the person that dethroned Alalu? Because you can't be "the Highest" while working as a servant/cup-bearer, because part of the job of a cup bearer it to drink wine first to be sure that it's not spiked with poison. So who was ANU before he was called, ANU?