(Continued from Organic Alchemistry 6: Lulus of the World)
It sure took us awhile to figure it out—300,000 years ago to be exact, but we did it. We managed to figure out how it all happened, and even more impressively, how to replicate that godly feat (more on this later). I think our ancient ancestors would have been proud of us if they could just see us now, finally grasping at the tattered threads of technological wisdom that always seemed out of reach.
Three-hundred-thousand-years ago was the last time a major effort at human gene editing occurred. To be fair, we were at the start of humanity’s journey and were not in any physical or spiritual maturity to grasp such mental complexities, being the newborns that we were. Chimpanzees and monkeys are barely now moving into their very own stone age, after 300,000 years of plodding evolution. Had we been left to our own devices, we would also be flailing around with sticks and stones, also evolving at the same rate.
But that was not to be our fate.
Sumerian Clay Tablets
It is not an accident that about 300,000 years ago, humans entered the scene, back in Africa, with a 1800 cc brain.  According to Zacharia Sitchin’s translations of pertinent Sumerian clay tablets, the 38 chromosome primates that were currently inhabiting the Earth would be given an evolutionary bump, brought about by scientific means. They weren’t doing us any favors, to be honest. They needed slave labor.
Here is an excerpt from one of the stone tablets that have been translated.
Enlil still protested: To clone hybrid beings is in The Rules Of Planet Journeys forbidden.
Enki responded: A new species create we shall not; the Apeman of Earth [Homo Erectus] is in his fashioning essence [genotype] as we of Nibiru [Homo Sapiens, Sapiens] are. Our ancestor the Apeman is; into us he evolves. Quicken Apeman shall we, speed him but some millions of years to what has only always been his destiny.*
The brother rivals, Enki and Enlil, beamed their dispute to King Anu and the Council on Nibiru. Each brother had his say on whether Enki’s team should develop hybrid workers. King and the council ruled, “Gold must be obtained. Let the Being be fashioned! The Council decided….Forsake The Rules of Planetary Journeys, let Nibiru be saved.“
[Sitchin, Z., 1990, Genesis Revisited: 164 -165]
And just like that, all those guys violated the well-known Star Trek Prime Directive of non-interference: “...no identification of self or mission; no interference with the social development of said planet; no references to space, other worlds, or advanced civilizations.
[Star Trek 1968 ep Bread and Circuses]
Yes, yes. Star Trek is just a TV show, and the Prime Directive is fictional, but it was based upon what the Sumerians annotated as established Anunnaki laws, taken directly from The Rules of Planet Journeys.
Now this is a document that I would love to have the chance to dig through, just to see what the moral code of ethics the Anunnaki possess.
I mean seriously. Their civilization is beyond the reaches of what we would call ancient, but have they really evolved spiritually any further than where we are today?
I don’t think so.
How spiritual are they when they colonize our planet and enslave us, instead of leaving us alone so we could grow and develop at our own pace?
We were genetically pushed onto the speed cycle of genetic development, even though spiritually, we hadn’t quite reached the level that would be required to be able to handle the hardware upgrade. Then we were made into slaves, and our mentality remained that way for thousands of years. That really messed us up quite a bit, even to this day.
Yes, as a Taoist, I should accept what has transpired and move forward with grace and dignity. But still. Somewhere deep inside of me, there is that small dark spot that is pissed as hell, and I demand an apology from those space cowboys. You hear me Ningishzida???
Anyway, even as advanced as they were, the Anunnaki still had to work with the vagaries of mother nature. In order to speed human evolution through as quickly as possible, they needed to utilize two separate individuals who were of the Anunnaki race, a male and a female. The sperm needed to be taken from a male Anunnaki to ensure rapid genetic advancement.
I need to pause for a moment and go into the importance of Annunaki sperm usage in the production of the lulu, as opposed to utilizing Hominid Earth sperm.
The egg is the largest cell in the human female body. Being this large, it does not move much, and after impregnation, not at all. It provides a huge amount of raw material for the developing zygote, ensconced within a protective wrapping.
The sperm, on the other hand, is a lean, mean, stripped-down speeding machine. Competition between sperm is fierce, and the vast majority fail in their mission. Of the billions of sperm released during the reproductive life of a human male, only a few ever manage to fertilize an egg.
Since the egg carries all the supportive materials needed to provide the embryo with sustenance, the sperm only has one job. It delivers the paternal DNA to the egg. The DNA in the nucleus of the sperm is extremely tightly packed so that its volume is minimized for transport, its transcription, shut down. Using this methodology, the paternal side was all Anunnaki. The egg would have been the only thing that had anything to do with the Earthlings, and even then, its genetic information would have to have been modified.
An egg was surgically extracted from what they called an ‘Apewoman’ from the Abzu, a place north of Zimbabwe. As it turns out, the scientists used whatever human species was available in and around the vicinity at that time.
Recent discoveries have shown that the area where they found this apewoman was located in Kalahari Desert, a large semi-arid sandy savanna west of Zimbabwe, around modern day Botswana and Namibia.
During this time, there were other hominids in existence in and around other parts of the world. Those traces of humanity were collectively called Homo heidelbergensis, but our egg donor came out of Africa. This would mean the female specimen that they took the egg from would have been a member of the Homo rhodesiensis.
Since the Homo rhodesiensis was the African representative of the Homo heidelbergensis, most scientists now regard Homo rhodesiensis as the local (African) representative of Homo heidelbergensis and as such, the direct ancestor of anatomically modern humans. This distinction has its roots in much ancient writings about the fate of the Homo rhodesiensis, and how one randomly chosen female became the mother of all humans on Earth. 
The Homo rhodesiensis female, whose brain would be of the minimal requirement of 1220 cc, would be a healthy specimen, with advanced social skills and mental acuity (for the hominid species in question), and from her, there would have been various extractions of eggs.
At this point in the process, although she would have technically been an egg donor, it would not be her own genetic material that would be used. Her nuclear DNA would have been extracted, leaving only the housing of the egg itself.
This may sound as if there is nothing left of her to create a hybrid life, but in truth, even without her nuclear DNA, she would still be contributing her mitochondrial DNA. Her egg still had the ability to replicate both types of DNA and divide into more cells.
More importantly, she would have the honor of being our mitochondrial Eve, the matrilineal most recent common ancestor of all living humans.
A study published in Nature details the findings of one of the oldest mDNA lineages on Earth, a collection of mitochondrial genes called L0, which has survived unchanged in some populations for hundreds of thousands of years. It can all be traced back to this one woman who donated her eggs for the genetic advancement of the human race.
The nuclear DNA from the female Anunnaki would have then been implanted into the donor egg and implanted into the female Anunnaki’s womb. The first woman who carried this hybrid baby to term was Ninki, and the birth was a Caesarean section.
The resulting birth from this would be a male child of the species we now call Homo sapiens idaltu, which means elder or first born.
It is an apt description for this new species of Homo sapiens, who would be something of an enigma–a human male that was, at once, closest to the humble female hominid that gave her egg, as well as the Anunnaki couple who donated the sperm and womb for him to grow within for the duration of his neonatal period.
Homo sapiens idaltu did not proliferate for long. Although their skull size was larger than modern homo sapiens sapiens, and they, for all intents and purposes, were a healthy hardy stock, they had one drawback. They could not procreate in the normal sense.
The only way to generate more homo sapiens idaltu was to continually utilize a female Anunnaki womb, so after the first male and female hybrid were born, they were cloned multiple times via a group of Anunnaki women who were, in essence, carrying mothers.
There was a reason for this.
As I had belabored in my previous posting: Organic Alchemistry 1: 7 Day Rule, biological life emits waves and developing life needs these waves to be able to develop properly. The mother’s wave genetics is just as important as the blueprint genetic material combined from the mother and father, to allow the zygote to grow into the correct being.
Without the gestational time period inside the female Anunnaki’s womb, it was discovered through trial and error that if a hybrid embryo was reinserted into the egg donor’s womb, carried to term, and then raised by her, the infant would not develop any ability for language or sophisticated human emotions. These Anunnaki were, if nothing else, rigorous scientists.
In any case, this situation could not continue for too long. One cannot start a new species if the females of the species cannot carry to term and care for their own children (more on that in a future posting). The garden of Eden was well on its way to becoming the stuff of legends, and its starting ground, Eridu (Home In The Faraway, or Earth Station), will eventually be known as Earth.
(To be continued)
UC Berkeley News Homo Sapiens Idaltu