Human Consciousness & the Anunnaki
The idea that we are alone in the universe is totally absurd when we consider that there are now 176 billion observable galaxies. Let us acknowledge the fact that there are trillions of stars, each of which in all probability may have at lease one inhabitable planet awaiting life forms. There is no reason to assume that the numerous so-called extra terrestrial races have no part in the seeding and colonization of planets. Indeed the idea that earth was seeded by various off-planet beings is not in conflict with the metaphysical traditions of consciousness and enlightenment found in the Sanskrit texts. Surely it is simply logical that throughout the galaxies the more highly advanced races, either in technology or wisdom metaphysics, do seed and colonize planets that have potential for life.
In 1995 I wrote 'Inanna Returns' based on six months of visions that were triggered by reading Zecharia Sitchin. In 1989 I read the Sitchin books. Many of my friends were also reading Sitchin and most were complaining, struggling with the names, and Sitchin's style of laying out endless often seemingly unrelated facts. But for me it was as if I was reading the story of my own family. I felt as if I personally knew the family of Anu - Ninhursag, Enki, Enlil, and the others. I began explaining their family relationships to my friends, who were a bit bewildered by my deep grok. I am not a scholar.
Then the visions began. As I continued to read Sitchin, I felt as if I were in Inanna's body watching the entire colonization, hybridization, radiation wars, etc. process. The visions were quite intense, incredibly amazing, but I was completely comfortable with the experience and never felt unbalanced or frightened. In fact I felt great. I felt as she must feel — totally self-confident, self-assured, and loved beyond anything I had ever felt as female human Susan.
However over time, slowly, I began to change. Inanna's confidence began to permeate me and I noticed that my behavior to people became a bit imperious. I felt that I had the right to 'direct' them — and worse, they liked it and responded. This just wasn't me, and even though I was happy feeling Inanna’s abundance of confidence, I felt I had to give it up. Where would these feelings lead? So I shut the visions down, which wasn't so difficult and went on with my smaller life.
All of this resulted in my writing 'Inanna Returns' in 1995. I self-published, went on the lecture circuit, and when the books stopped selling eventually closed up shop. I understood that the colonizing beings were far more advanced and powerful than we humans. Therefore the best, and indeed most practical recourse for me was to seek my Enlightenment, in other words alter my own limited human consciousness.
Over the years, I stopped reading the many Sitchin spin-offs as I found them too confused and confusing. Instead I chose to concentrate on metaphysics and the Sanskrit because of what Inanna had revealed to me about the Indus Valley civilization. I was especially drawn to the Mahabharata and naturally the Bhagavad Gita contained within.
“If a man worships another, he does not know…”
In 2013 Gerald Clark published his research in 'The Anunnaki of Nibiru' and by chance, I recently came across the book on amazon.com. I do not know if Clark read my book. He does not cite me, nor do I care. In fact I am hoping that he came to his ideas regarding the importance of consciousness in the Anunnaki story all on his own.
While I cannot confirm Clark’s conclusions about historical details, connections to other world myths and religions, or his various personal assumptions — what did interest and impress me was his understanding regarding the suppression of the human consciousness. My research has focused on traditional ancient metaphysics and the vast implications of the loss of this Wisdom-Knowledge. Truly our enslavement, or bondage as it is commonly termed in the Sanskrit texts, is the result of our ignorance of primordial metaphysics, Wisdom-Knowledge, jñana yoga.
Those who have reached God-Consciousness, meaning their own Enlightenment, understand and experientially Know that the Oneness, simultaneously our Source and what we are, pervades and permeates All. God is everything and everyone, each of us. Therefore no one should or would bow down and worship another. This is clearly stated in the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, I.iv.10:
And to this day, [those] who...know the Self as I am Brahman [the One],
become all this universe.
Even the gods [any other dimensional beings] cannot prevent his becoming this, for he has become their Self. ...if a man worships another deity thinking: He is one and I am another, he does not know.
He [who does not know] is like a sacrificial animal to the gods. As many animals serve a man, so does each man serve the gods. Even if one animal is taken away, it causes anguish to the owner; how much more so when many are taken away!
Therefore it is not pleasing to the gods that men should know this [that they are the One].
Gerald Clark has understood the profound implications of consciousness in connection with our colonizers, the Anunnaki, when he says, “Recall that consciousness had the stinging side effect of empowering the enslaved [the Igigi] to rise up casting off their oppressors…” Clark elaborates on the seven chakras and suggests that the intentional suppression of human consciousness in the race created by the Anunnaki was part of the fraternal conflict between Enki and his brother Enlil. I assume that the reader has some knowledge of the Anunnaki story.
Enki was of course the master geneticist who with his half-sister Ninhursag created us. The cuneiform tablets say that Enlil found the increase of humans 'noisy' and sought to periodically reduce the population. Enki naturally felt more sympathetic towards us as his creations and intervened on our behalf on more than one occasion, including one of the catastrophic Great Flood events. Enlil saw no reason to activate consciousness and the chakra system in beings needed as obedient slaves.
In my book 'Inanna Returns' she tells her story. Inanna was given the already existing province of the Indus Valley as a way to appease her. She wanted Egypt, but was given the Indus Valley as compensation — with the added value of getting her out of and away from Mesopotamia. Exiled to the hinterlands, Inanna devised a plan of her own, as usual, to even things up. In Chapter VIII...
'Inanna Returns' Chapter VIII, The Temples of Love:
Watching Ninhursag's lonely life, coupled with my own experiences, was beginning to give me a feeling for women. As time passed on Terra, the men in my family were becoming more and more dominating. It was as if the very atmosphere of this remote planet was somehow changing us all.
In the Pleiades, women are revered as symbols of the Great Goddess and treated with respect. It is strongly forbidden by Pleiadian law to strike or rape a woman. Earth's frontier frequencies seemed to bring about a shift in this tradition. Our men were developing a new attitude to the female half of the species. The sons of Enki, led by Marduk, created laws forbidding women certain freedoms in their territories. I was naturally angry and upset by these ridiculous laws, so in my lands, I emphasized the empowerment and enhancement of female energy, and I decided to teach the Lulus some of the Pleiadian Mysteries.
When Ninhursag and Enki created the Lulus, they left a few key components inactivated. Although the Lulus and all the humans born of them, including the present-day inhabitants of Terra, possess our genes, some of these genes don't work because some had been purposefully unplugged. The Lulus were taught to call my family "divine," but we were hardly that. The children of Anu are the eternal adolescents, and words like ambitious and greedy might describe us more accurately.
We had intentionally left the genetic codes of our worker race only partially functional so they would be easier to manage. I knew I could not interfere with the workings of the Lulus' DNA, but no one could stop me from teaching them certain secrets. And since thought creates reality, I hoped a few of my priestesses or priests might fire up the "divine genes" present in all the Lulus and thus instigate their latent evolution through hormonal secretion.
In your present time, the Samkhya is all that remains of Pleiadian wisdom. Samkhya is a Sanskrit word meaning "to enumerate." The concept of Samkhya suggests that matter is organized out of two primary components, consciousness and energy, which interact to create the universe.
It is conscious focused thought that moves the frequencies of energy to form themselves into the myriad, infinite Play of all the Worlds! Physicists in your present time are approaching this understanding, but they are missing one component, and that is Love. Not the kind of love you have experienced as humans, something limited and unpredictable, but Love as a primary force. It would never occur to a modern-day scientist to quantify a state of consciousness such as Love, but that is the secret. Love is the missing piece in all of the unified field theories.
It is the Love from Prime Creator that is the first cause of this Universe and all other dimensional realities in existence. Do not your great ones say that Love is the greatest of all qualities? Yet, it is too simple, too obvious for most.
So, I taught this Samkhya in my temples. I taught my girls and some of the men who wanted to learn how to use their beautiful minds and bodies to bring this force, the force of divine Love, onto Terra, into our cities, our fields, and our children.
It was a wonderful time for us all. Business thrived, and the women were allowed to own property and to keep their wealth separate if they so chose. Thus, no one owned them. Both sexes were sovereign unto themselves, and the men were equally happy. There was a flowering of civilization and the arts. Our fields were abundant, trade with Sumer and Egypt was booming, and the arts of dance, song, painting, and sculpting soared to new heights. Reports of Maya's architectural achievements spread around the world.
Consciousness is the Key to our Liberation
All beings in this manifest universe have time as our construct, the warp and weave of time and space. We are limited by time, even though our allotted lives may vary in terms of years, eventually even the more advanced overseers who colonize will die. The secret in the ancient Sanskrit text the Rig Veda was misunderstood, misconceived, and turned into elaborate rituals, which promised to give mortals the same numbers of years of life as their ‘gods’ — the colonizing families. The real secret, the amrita, the nectar of immortality was in consciousness, Becoming that which is never born and never dies, the eternal immutable imperishable One, the effulgence that permeates and supports All. This understanding of immortality is found in the Chandogya Upanishad, Chapter III where the true meaning of amrita, the honey nectar of immortality is revealed:
The yonder Sun [within] verily is the gods [the sense apparatus] honey. Of it, heaven is the cross beam, the middle world the honeycomb, and rays the eggs.
Of that Sun, the eastern rays are its eastern honey cells, The Rik verses are the honeybees, and the Rig Veda the flowers. The watery [apas] honey [madhu] in them is the immortal [amrita] ambrosia.
Wisdom liberates us from our perceived state of mortality. One might consider our human history of an endless mad search for immortality through science, wealth and power in the external appearances of temporal solidity time/space as mildly amusing. Everything and everyone in this world is temporal, subject to death and birth, the ocean of Samsara. Yet the secret has always been waiting within each of us, in the Heart – not the physical heart, but the metaphysical Heart.
The intentional suppression of human consciousness…
The knowledge that the war between those who took part in seeding and colonizing this planet, Enki and Enlil, has been about the activation of human consciousness reveals to us the way to freedom. The mystery of thousands of years of suppression from tyrannical religions demanding that we humans bow down and worship gods, or even one who is vengeful blood-thirsty war-loving, is solved. Religious wars that have repeatedly destroyed great civilizations, and the freedom of enquiry that often got close to Truth, must come to an end.
We free our consciousness from bondage and delusion, when we seek the ubiquitous One that pervades All and dwells within the Heart of every man, woman, and child. The eternal One waits patiently for each of us to again turn inside and recover our own divinity and Source. Who then can force us to worship any thing outside of us? The One permeates and pervades All. It manifests this woven universe with Love, created by the effulgence of It’s own Delight! We are That. TAT TVAM ASI. Perhaps that time has come, time to return Home — but the outcome remains in our hands, or should I say in our Hearts.
Thus we may begin to understand that all this Anunnaki business, the truth of our ancient origins, the prophets and profits of doom, the threat matrix of Fear Incorporated, all melt down to consciousness, our human consciousness.
"Consciousness shines in various external and internal forms.
There is no existence of objects apart from consciousness.
Therefore the world is simply a form of consciousness."
- Kalikakrama, as quoted in the Shiva Sutras translated by Jaideva Singh
Thus it remains up to us, each individual to choose Liberation or bow-down & worship tyranny. No one can do this for you. I’m not saying Truth is easy, although for some it may be. We do walk the proverbial Razor’s Edge, the abyss on every side. But Home is the Oneness we all emerge from, the eternal, unmanifest immutable imperishable — and inevitably all of us will return to and dissolve back into That. There is only one Soul forever dancing in crazy Love, Its mad blissful Joy across the crores of universes.
V. Susan Ferguson
The Anunnaki of Nibiru, by Gerald Clark, MSEE PSI; 2013.
Chandogya Upanishad, Translation and Commentary, by Swami Muni Narayana Prasad; D.K. Printworld, New Delhi, 2006.
The Upanishads, A New Translation, by Swami Nikhilananda, Volume Three, The Brihadaraynaka; Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Centre, New York, 1956, 1990.
SIVA SUTRAS, The Yoga of Supreme Identity, translated by Jaideva Singh; Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, Delhi, 1971, 1991.
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