The promise of a new day
Travel from Nibiru to Earth
Alalu’s transmission he carefully studied, Alalu for more testings the results he requested.
A Tablet of Destinies for the mission he was fashioning.
If water be the Force, where could it be replenished?
Where on the chariot will it be stored, how to Force will it be converted?
A full circuit of Nibiru did pass in contemplations, a Shar of Nibiru in preparations passed. The largest celestial chariot for the mission has been fitted. Its circuit’s destiny has been calculated, a Tablet of Destiny has been firmly fixed.
The celestial chariot he deftly guided; from Nibiru it powerfully soared, toward the distant Sun he it directed.
Ten leagues, a hundred leagues the chariot was coursing, a thousand leagues the chariot was journeying.
Little Gaga (Pluto) came out to greet them, a welcome to the heroes it was extending. To blue-hued Antu, (Neptune) the beautiful enchantress, it showed the way. By her sight Anzu was attracted. Let us examine her waters! Anzu was saying. Ea to continue without stopping gave the word; it is a planet of no return, he forcefully said. Toward the heavenly An, (Uranus) the third in planetary counts, the chariot continued. On his side was An (????) lying, his host of moons about him were whirling. The Tester’s beams the presence of water was revealing; a stop if needed to Ea it was indicating. To continue the journey was Ea saying, toward Anshar (Saturn), the heaven’s foremost prince, he was directing. Soon the ensnaring pull of Anshar they could tell, his colored rings with fear they admired. Deftly did Anzu the chariot guide, the crushing dangers he cleverly avoided. The giant Kishar (Jupiter), foremost of firm planets, was next to be encountered. Her net’s pull was overpowering; with great skill did Anzu the chariot’s course divert. With fury Kishar at the chariot divine lightnings was thrusting, her host at the uninvited she directed. Slowly Kishar moved away, for the chariot the next enemy to encounter. Beyond the fifth planet the Hammered Bracelet was lurking! Ea his handiwork to set a-whirring commanded, the Water Thruster to prepare. Toward the host of turning boulders the chariot was rushing. Each one like a slingshot’s stone ferociously at the chariot aimed. The word by Ea was given, with the force of a thousand heroes the stream of water was thrust. One by one the boulders turned face; a path for the chariot they were making! But as one boulder fled, another in its stead was attacking;<br>
A multitude beyond count was their number, a host for the splitting of Tiamat revenge seeking! Again and again Ea the commands gave, the Water Thruster to keep a-whirring.
Again and again toward the host of boulders streams of water were directed. Again and again the boulders their faces turned, a path for the chariot making. And then at last the path was clear; unharmed the chariot could continue!
A cry of joy the heroes sounded; double was the joy as the sight of the Sun was now unveiled.
Amidst the elation Anzu the alarm sounded: For the path to have fashioned, excessive waters were consumed. Waters to feed the chariot’s Fiery Stones for the remaining journey were not sufficient.
In the dark deepness the sixth planet (Mars) they could see, the Sun’s rays it was reflecting.
There is water on Lahmu, Ed was saving. Can you bring the chariot clown upon it? Anzu he was asking.
Deftly Anzu the chariot toward Lahmu directed; reaching the celestial god, around it he the chariot made circle.
The planet’s net is not great, its pull is to handle easy, Anzu was saying.
A sight to behold was Lahmu, many hued it was; snow white was its cap, snow white were its sandals.
Reddish hued was its middle, in its midst lakes and rivers were aglitter!
Deftly Anzu the chariot made travel slower, by a lakeside it gently came down.
Ea and Anzu their Eagles helmets donned, to the firm ground they stepped down. On command the heros That Which Water Sucks extended, the chariot, bowels with the
lake’s waters to fill.
While the chariot was getting its fill of waters, Ea and Anzu the whereabouts examined. With Tester and Sampler all that matters they ascertained: The waters were good for drinking, the air was insufficient. All was in the chariot’s annals recorded, the need for the detour described.
With its vigor replenished the chariot soared up, to benevolent Lahmu farewell bidding.
Beyond the seventh planet was making its circuit; Earth and its companion the chariot were inviting! In the commander’s seat Anzu was without words; Ea too was silent.
Ahead was their destination, its gold Nibiru’s fate for salvation or doom containing.
‘The chariot must be slowed or in Earth’s thick atmosphere it shall perish! Anzu to Ea declared.
Around Earth’s companion, the Moon, make slowing circles! Ea to him suggested. They circled the Moon; by the vanquishing Nibiru in the Celestial Battle it prostrate and scarred was lying. Alalu they were searching.
Where an ocean touched dry land, where four rivers were swallowed by marshes, Alalu’s signal was beaconed.
Too heavy and large the chariot is for the marshes! Anzu was declaring. The Earth’s pulling net, too powerful for on dry land to descend it is! Anzu to Ea announced. Splash down! Splash down in the ocean’s waters! Ea to Anzu shouted.
Around the planet Anzu made one more circuit, the chariot with much care toward the ocean’s edge he lowered. The chariot’s lungs he filled with air; into the waters down it splashed, into the depth, it was not sinking.
From the Speaker a voice was heard: To Earth be welcomed! Alalu was saying