Our creator species first steps on earth

This proves that god didn't poof everything into being. The first seven days. To Anzu then words he directed, to Nibiru words by beaming deliver to the king my father, Anu, successful arrival announce! Soon the hue of the skies changing, from brightness to redish it was turning. A sight never seen before their eyes was unfolding:The sun as a red ball, on the horizon was disappearing!Fear seized the heros, of a great calamity afraid they were! Alalu with laughter words of comfort was saying:a setting of the sun it is, the ending of 1 day on earth is marking.For a quick rest lie down; A night on earth is beyond imagining short. Before you expect the sun will an appearance make; On earth it will be morning! Before expecting darkness came, the heavens from earth it seperated. lightenings the darkness pierced, rains the thunders followed. In the chariot the hero's hunkered down, inside the chariot the hero's huddled. restin to them did not come;they were greatly agitated. With quickened heart the sun's return they awaited. Smiling when it rays appeared, joyful and back slapping. And it was evening and morning their first day it was. By daybreak Ea the ongoings considered; to separate waters from waters heed he was giving. Engur he made of the sweet water master, drinking waters to provide. To the snake pond with Alalu he went, its sweet waters to consider.Evil serpents in the waters were swarming! So did Engur to Ea say. The marshlands Ea then contemplated, the abundance of rain waters he weighed. Enbilulu he placed in charge of the marshlands, to mark out the thicket of reeds him directed. Enkimdu in charge of ditch and dike he placed, a boundary for the marshes to fashion, for the waters that from heaven rain a gathering place to make. Thus was the waters below from the waters above separated, marsh waters from sweet waters asunder were set. And it was evening, and it was morning, the second day on earth it was. When the sun morning announced, the hero's there assigned tasks were performing. With Alala Ea to the place of grass and trees his steps directed, all that in the archard grows, herbs and fruits after their kind examined. To Isimud his vizer, Ea questions was addressing: What is his plant? What is that plant? him he was asking. Isimud one of much learning, food that grows well he could distinguish it; he tore a fruit for Ea, a honey plant it is! To Ea he was saying: one fruit he himself ate, one fruit Ea was eating! Of food that grows, by its good distinguished, Ea the hero Garu put in charge. Thus were the hero's water and food provided; satiated they were not. And it was evening and it was morning on the third day on earth it was. On the fourth day the winds ceased blowing, the chariot by waves was not disturbed. Let tools from the chariot be brought, let abodes in the encompents be built! Kulla in charge of mold and brick Ea appointed, from the clay bricks to fashion; Mush dammu to lay foundations he directed, dwelling abodes to erect. All day the sun was shining, the great light by day it was. By evening time Kingu, Earth's moon, in fullness a pale light on earth it cast, a lesser light to rule the night, among the planets accounted to be. And it was evening and it was morning on the fourth day. On the fifth day Ea, Ningirsig a boat of reeds to fashion commanded, the measure of the marshes to take, the stretch of the marshlands to consider. Ulmash he what in waters swarms knows who of fowl that flies has understanding. Ulmash as a companion Ea took, between good and bad to distinguish. Kinds that in the waters swarm, kinds that in the skys give wing, to Ulmash many were unknowing. Bewildering was their number, good were the carp among the bad were swimming. Enbilulu th marshlands master, Ea summoned; Enkimdu, in charge of ditch and dike, a summoned. To them he gave words, in the marshlands to make a barrier, with cane brakes and green reeds an enclosure to fashion, fish from fish there separate, a trap for carp that from a net could not escape. A place whose snare no bird that is good for food could escape. Thus were fish and fowl separated, for the hero's pronded. And it was evening and it was morning, the fifth day on earth it was. On the sixth day Ea of the orchard creatures took account. Enursag to the task he assigned, that which creeps and that which walks on feet to disinguish. Their kinds Enursag astounded, of the ferocity of their wildness to Ea an account he gave. Ea, Kulla summoned to mush dammu urgent commands he gave. By evening time the abodes to be completed, by a fence for protection to be surrounded! The hero's to the task put their shoulders, bricks on the foundations were quickly laid. With reeds were the roofing made, of cut down trees was the fencing put up. Anzu a beam that kills from the chariot brought over, a speaker-That Words Beams at Ea's abode he set up. By evening time, complete was the encampment! For therein the hero's gathered. Ea and Alalu and Anzu the doings considered; all that was done indeed was good! And it was evening and it was morning on the sixth day. On the seventh day the herds in the encampment were assembled, to the Ea spoke these words: A hazardous journey we have undertaken, from Nibiru to the seventh planet a dangerous was we traversed. At Earth we with success arrived, much good we attained, an encampment we established. Let this day be a day of rest; the seventh day hereafter a day of resting always to be.

Our creator species first steps on earth