Interesting Epic of Gilgamesh & The Sumerian Social Engineering

Gilgamesh’s desire for immortality, or more accurately, the Longevity of the Anunnaki gods, is recorded in the Babylonian Enuma Elish Epic, which is the primary source of Babylonian religion.

After the events at EDIN Base Station (Garden of Eden), in which mankind gained the intelligence, self-awareness, and knowledge of the Gods (Tree Of Knowledge) as a result of Enki’s unauthorized Genetic Experiment, mankind’s Longevity was still limited by making adjustments to the Human Genome that would prevent the Anunnaki’s new creation from living as long as the Gods themselves…

Mankind, on the other hand, was not pleased with this scenario for long.

The Epic of Gilgamesh is the story of the first man to attempt to ‘defy’ the Gods by seeking out the Gods’ Longevity for himself, and possibly all of humanity, and its lessons appear to be intended for the restless Human population to abandon their desire to live as long as ‘the Gods,’ and be content with the gifts of Life and Intelligence.

The Quest’s Summary

Gilgamesh was a Demi-God, born half-human, and half Anunnaki, according to the Anunnaki Divine Kingship legend. Gilgamesh was despised as King for activities like rapping ladies before their wedding night with their spouses. The Gods Anu and Ishtar made a man out of clay and sent him down to Uruk out of their care for the city. After spending some time in the wild, the Gods civilize Enkidu, who was supposed to be Gilgamesh’s equal.

Enkidu is carried to Uruk, where he meets Gilgamesh. After a terrible struggle over Gilgamesh’s attempted rape of a lady, which Enkidu resisted, they became close friends, practically brothers. Enkidu eventually dies, and Gilgamesh begins his quest for immortality in his grief. According to Zechariah Sitchin, Gilgamesh sets a course for the Anunnaki Spaceport at Baalbek, where he will board a ‘Shem’ or Rocket that will transport him into space, where he will meet with the Anunnaki Council in order to gain the secret or maybe technology necessary to achieve immortality.

Gilgamesh fails, and he returns to Uruk without the key to immortality, accepting his fate as a mortal king…

On his return, he respects that position, and his journey to Immortality is etched in the minds of the people who remember him as a worthy King.

The Gilgamesh Epic and Anunnaki Social Engineering

The Anunnaki controlled the Human Population inside the different City-States, and the Epic of Gilgamesh addressed their anxiety and discomfort. The outstanding conflicts from the Garden of Eden had been handled, and the Master-Servant relationship had been restored, allowing the Anunnaki to resume mining their gold.

In this light, the Epic of Gilgamesh offers us possibly the most successful type of Social Engineering and Meme imprinted on the Human Psyche for centuries in order to reconcile ourselves with our Mortality.

For additional information on the Epic of Gilgamesh, we’ve included a video below that shows the Enuma Elish Creation Epic’s Solar System chronology in great detail.


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