Ishtar - Kali Durga - Tantra transferred from Ancient Sumer to India in 2900 BC

"Anu to his great-granddaughter Inanna took a liking; he drew her closely, he hugged and kissed her." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 273]


At Anu's temple at Uruk (Erech), Sumer's sacred precinct, Anu's wife, Antu, gave Inanna sexual instruction, then ceremonially offered her to Anu. Antu and the Nibiran elite meditated outside the love-chamber as Anu and Inanna conjugated. As the King and his new consort coupled, his wife and elite group shared ecstasy, epiphany and satori. "The sexual experience was a merging of energies which enhanced the creative powers of both partners and the aggregate of their race." * [Ferguson, V., "Inanna Returns," in Of Heaven and Earth, Z. Sitchin, Ed., page 92]

Delighted, Anu gave his great granddaughter the name Inanna, "Anu's Beloved;" She'd been called Irnini before this. Inanna was to be Anu's bedmate henceforth on his visits to Earth.

Anu gifted Inanna with the Uruk temple and the skyship he was using to survey Earth. Inanna was to administer the temple district in Uruk through a priest/king who was her paternal nephew (the son of her brother Ute/Shamash by an Earthling female.) [Sitchin, Z., Divine Encounters, pages166 -176]

Nonetheless, Inanna raged while the Mesopotamian domains of her lineage (the other Enlilites) were being built in the first region. "All the while the domain of her own she demanded. The Third Region [India] after the second one well come! her leaders thus assured her." [Sitchin, Z., 2002, The Lost Book of Enki, page 279]


Rather than just wait, Inanna resolved to expand her ceremonial center at Uruk into a city, a city dedicated to her, grand as the cities dedicated to the other Enlilite Astronauts. She noted that Enki had given Enlil's heir, Ninurta, fifty MEs, including the programs for mathmatics, beermaking, smithing, pottery, wagon and wheelmaking and law. To make Uruk a city, Inanna, too, needed MEs. Great-uncle Enki had the MEs.

Great Uncle Enki used to flirt with her when he came to his villa on the Persian Gulf. He had MEs for weaponry, statecraft, math, writing, metallurgy, masonry, arts, courts. Uncle Enki could help her start a city and thrill her with advanced sexual practices too.

Inanna visited Enki at Abzu, his palace in southeast Africa. She got Enki drunk, seduced him and had him hand her the ME chips she needed to create her city. She had her pilot take the MEs back to Uruk before Enki captured her. And capture her he did; Enki held Inanna in his Mesopotamian villa at Eridu and tried to get the MEs back.

Inanna's grandfather, Enlil, heard of her plight and flew to Eridu to confront Enki. "By right the MEs I have obtained, Enki himself placed them in my hand placed them! So did Inanna to Enlil say; the truth Enki meekly admitted." [Sitchin, The Lost Book of Enki, 2002:281].

Enlil ordered kingship of Sumer transferred to Inanna's city of Uruk. Inanna used the MEs to make Uruk from a temple precinct into a mighty city state, ruled by Enmerkar, the son of and successor to her nephew.

* Ferguson suggests much of the tantric knowledge of sacred coupling to uplevel individual and group consciousness was concealed from the hybrids till Inanna began sharing it with her human intimates. [Ferguson, V., "Inanna Returns," in Of Heaven and Earth, Z. Sitchin, Ed., page 97] Durga is almost certainly Ishtar, of Mesopotamia, now the Middle East ,worshipped by the Sumerians, Assyrians Babylonians, and even Romans and Egyptians on the sly. She has been around since 2000 BC at least, when an already old tale was set down as the epic, The Descent of Ishtar. This worthy was a very independent and headstrong goddess who roamed the wilds of forest and deserts at will and had many lovers, constantly seeking battle and generally being given a very respectful and extremely wide berth by everybody. Ishtar and Isis were the two opposite polarities of the ancient mother cults, but Isis never came to India, though the Mahadevi is a good enough substitute. Ishtar however, proved the words of the song, "Good girls go to heaven, but bad girls go everywhere," and she became the most popular goddess of the ancient world even if not quite as intellectually respected as Isis.The common man however preferred this wild energy that was no respecter of pretensions and pomposity and cared not a fig for show and class division - Ishtar's lovers being an extremely eclectic assortment of professions and social classes.
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