THE BABYLONIAN NECRONOMICON – Here is the Book of the Chronicles of Ancestors [Dead Names] who descended “from the Heavens to the Earth,” created the race of mankind and the race of MARDUK, and led the races of men against the race of MARDUK, stemming from political conflicts among multiple generations of the ANUNNAKI…[This mardukite necrogate blog post is officially excerpted from the Liber-N Tablet-B series found within the Mardukite Core Anthology: NECRONOMICON – THE ANUNNAKI BIBLE edited by Joshua Free. These materials are also contained in the Year-1+2 mega-anthology: NECRONOMICON – THE ANUNNAKI LEGACY SILVER EDITION.]
The Gates [Shrines] of the Gods at Babylon were created by MARDUK to call forth and unite (and perhaps entrap) the pantheon of the ANUNNAKI under one rule: the rule of the supreme ruler of the realms, the “Lord of the Earth,” a title originally bestowed upon but never actualized by ENKI, father of MARDUK. This designation was a title only and neither ENKI or his heir MARDUK were allowed sufficient freedom to rule by the Enlilites (Semitic and Judeo-Christian worshipers of ENLIL who is raised to “God” status in the traditional Old Testament).
The Sumerian pantheon differs from the Babylonian one that is most closely recognized in the Simon Necronomicon. In the older traditions, the eldest of the Elder Gods and those most closely aligned to them are heralded the “highest in the Heavens.”
With the passing of time and also the eventual departure of all chief ANUNNAKI on the Earth, it is the “younger generation” of gods who appear to be held in high esteem. For example, where the Sumerian pantheon is highly emphasized by the lineage of ANU and ENLIL, these become ambiguous characters in the strictly Babylonian tradition and are replaced by ENKI and MARDUK [Known as PTAH and RA (respectively) in Egypt].
The Enlilite lineages are given most attention in older Mesopotamian and Semitic traditions, with the same lore observed in the new traditions but with “updated” names and characters.
According to the Babylonian version of the Epic of Creation [Enuma Elis] it is MARDUK who is given credit for creating not only the interdimensional portal (of dimensions) but also the Babili [Gateway of the Gods] on Earth [in Babylon].
The purpose of “Gates” for the Gods extends far beyond the “astral initiations” practiced by some modern necronomical reconstructionists and were actually designed to seal the power of the individualized ANUNNAKI entities under the power of MARDUK (though Mardukite monotheism was never successfully established on Earth as is echoed by the Tower of Babel stories). This becomes evident by the choice of deities selected in the Babylonian pantheon, because they are adopted from opposing bloodlines of ENLIL and ENKI.
That being said, it should then be made clear that under the Babylonian pantheon, none of these “superfluous” deities were intended on being literally “worshiped.” Instead, the powers were intended to be “sealed” under MARDUK who assumed all “Fifty Names” of the ANUNNAKI who composed the pantheon of “Elder Gods” in prehistory…
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