Ask The Nuwaupians, Where is it recorded in the Gilgamesh Epics that Caucasians mixed with Pigs, Dogs and Apes?

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Question: Ask The Nuwaupians, Where is it recorded in the Gilgamesh Epics that Caucasians mixed with Pigs, Dogs and Apes?

They'll rant about you daring to defend white people as a tactic to duck the issue of what York wrote.

    

In yet another small booklet from a series known as "Paa Taraq" The Way, York brings in more absurdities.

"...the Caucas-u DNA mixing with animals such as porcines "pigs" canines and simians. The result is recorded in the Gilgamesh Epic stone tablets, The Epic in the Gilgamesh which recorded a being called EN.QI.DU or Enkidu, a flesh eating part human, part beast. Gilgamesh is the grandson of U.TU (Shamash), twin brother of IN.AN.NA (Ishtar) who are the children of NAN.NAR (Sin) and NIN.GAL. All of this is recorded in the Epic of Gilgamesh.

-Paa Taraq "The Way" The Dimensional Shift verses 84-87

 

 

None of that is in the Gilgamesh Epics. Enkidu is the name of the friend of Gilgamesh, the hero in the Babylonian epic whose name signifies "Ea creates," pointing to the tradition which made the god Ea the creator of mankind, is represented in the epic as the type of the primeval man.  He is a wild man who lives with the animals of the field until lured away from his surroundings by the charms of a woman.  Created to become a rival to Gilgamesh, he strikes up a friendship with the hero, and together they proceed to a cedar forest guarded by Khumbaba, whom they kill. The goddess Irnina, a form of Ishtar, in revenge kills Eabani (Enkidu) and the balance of the epic is taken up with Gilgamesh's sadness for his friend, his wanderings in quest of a remote ancestor, Ut-Napishtim, from whom he hopes to learn how he may escape the fate of Enkidu, and he's finally learning from his friend of the sad fate in store for all mortals except the favourites of the god, like Ut-Napishtim, to whom immortal life is allowed as a special blessing.

-Encyclopædia Britannica: Enkidu (Eabani) pg. 788-789

 

 

 

Aruru, is the Goddess who creates Enkidu and places him in the wilderness.  Although she has a very important role in Mesopotamian mythology,  Aruru has a very small role in the Epic of Gilgamesh. When the people of Uruk beg Anu for some relief from King Gilgamesh at the beginning of the epic, he delegates the task to Aruru, who creates a new man from clay Enkidu.

 

The Great Goddess [Aruru] designed the model for his body, she prepared his form. He [Gilgamesh] walks around in the enclosure of Uruk, like a wild bull he makes himself mighty, head raised over others. There is no rival who can raise his weapon against him. His fellows stand (at the alert), attentive to his orders, and the men of Uruk become anxious in Gilgamesh does not leave a son to his father, day and night he arrogantly.

Is Gilgamesh the shepherd of Uruk-Haven, is he the shepherd, bold, eminent, knowing, and wise! Gilgamesh does not leave a girl to her mother? The daughter of the warrior, the bride of the young man, the gods kept hearing their complaints, so the gods of the heavens implored the Lord of Uruk [Anu]. You have indeed brought into being a mighty wild bull, head raised! There is no rival who can raise a weapon against him. His fellows stand (at the alert), attentive to his orders. Gilgamesh does not leave a son to his father, day and night he arrogantly. Is he the shepherd of Uruk-Haven, is he their shepherd...bold, eminent, knowing, and wise, Gilgamesh does not leave a girl to her mother?!

The daughter of the warrior, the bride of the young man, Anu listened to their complaints, and the gods called out to Aruru: it was you, Aruru, who created mankind?, now create a zikru to it/him. Let him be equal to Gilgamesh's stormy heart, let them be a match for each other so that Uruk may find peace! When Aruru heard this she created within herself the zikrtt of Anu. Aruru washed her hands, she pinched off some clay, and threw it into the wilderness.  In the wildness she created valiant Enkiduborn of Silence, endowed with strength by Ninurta. His whole body was shaggy with hair, he had a full head of hair like a woman, his locks billowed in profusion like Ashnan. He knew neither people nor settled living, but wore a garment like Sumukan. He ate grasses with the gazelles, and jostled at the watering hole with the animals; as with animals, his thirst was slaked with water.

-Epic of Gilgamesh tablet 1 column 2

 

Nowhere in the Epics of Gilgamesh is there any mention of Caucasian/white people mixing with pigs, dogs or apes.  There's nothing in this or any other Epic of Gilgamesh on the creation of Enkidu that resembles York's claim. This means that either York made a serious error or told an overt in your face lie, we opt for the latter.