The nature, identity and relationship that the Anunnaki “gods” of ancient Mesopotamians — the Sumerians and Babylonians — is very important, not only for understanding the literally ‘Mardukite‘ work, but also for possessing a greater ‘wide-angle’ vision of life, reality and existence – not to mention understanding your own place and legacy within it…
SUMERIAN RELIGION II:
Secrets of the Anunnaki in Babylonian Mythology
by Joshua Free
All of the originating (Year-1) and later work of the ‘Mardukite Chamberlains‘ — all of these other authors and producers and their theories and explanations of things past, present and even future — they are all dependent on a clear and concise basis of understanding and comprehension of the very root element that it all surrounds, the very beings that made all of this history and human development possible. For without this key knowledge, and an objective one-to-one correlation of this knowledge with reality, all of the other research, reading and
even the experience of life and reality will be undertaken ‘out of context’ of what is Truth.
In mid-2010, during a transitional period for the Mardukite Research Organization — separating a collectivist effort of the original core from the supplemental and exploitative work that followed — some very critical and intensive research and experimentation was being done to solidify the ‘inner’ and ‘private’ work of those working closest to the heart of the endeavors and its tight-knit band of ‘Mardukite Chamberlains‘; something which completed the grounding of the tradition for those most intimately involved and also making possible the continuation of the legacy to this day. That project – actually being twofold, when coupled with its frugal sibling release Book of Marduk by Nabu – has actually gone on to be the most widely circulated materials of the organization:
LIBER 50 — Sumerian Religion: Secrets of the Anunnaki
…first released to the Mardukite Chamberlains as Gates of the Necronomicon. In the nearly four years since its private release, Sumerian Religion has seen innumerable printings and revisions in addition to two editions, the most recent which went onto include “critical excerpts” from the original version of its sequel, released in early 2011 in the first attempt to round-out a more complete and academic depiction of the history and legacy of the Middle East (or Ancient Near East) as: Babylonian Myth & Magic (Liber 51). While the long anticipated supplemental material proved popular to the ‘inner sanctum’, its public release was never widely distributed or even marketed as a sequel proper. Fortunately, this has allowed a few years of revisions and additional details appearing in a matching tone, meeting the flavor of what we would expect a follow-up sequel to the bestselling and most widely circulated materials to be…
Sumerian Religion II — what we are now calling Liber 52 in keeping with tradition — builds upon the same basic framework outlined in Liber 51, but now with more sprinkles!
Over the years, most of the ‘Mardukite‘ materials have been revised and revisited numerous times – and generally released and re-released quite
often as a result. This has not happened with Liber 51 and given the very serious importance of this part of the ‘Core’ (as described about possessing a strong and coherent basis for understanding subjects related to the Anunnaki), it is not an effort that has been taken lightly by any means.
What’s more, given many years and countless volumes released on these subjects, it is very much likely to be the last new material that I will most likely be putting forth on the subject of Mesopotamia, the Anunnaki and such as we have been working to draw the ‘Mardukite Core’ to a close – in terms of initial development – so that efforts can be better placed elsewhere: such as to the greater prosperity of its legacy. — NABU, Joshua Free
The sequel edition of Sumerian Religion II will help to complement those who have
already had access to the original materials of Liber 50 in Sumerian Religion, whether it be the latest second edition or one of the earlier ones. Although it is not dependent on the first volume to be understood as a logical piece of literature, the two books are obviously designed to companion one another, something that will be done intentionally in a single anthology volume titled: The Anunnaki by Joshua Free.
Whether you are an alumni returning for the latest edition of an underground classic or perhaps this is your first introduction to ‘Mardukite’ literature, Sumerian Religion II is sure to carry you on a ride to a space and time that is common ground to all who are alive today and with a legacy and mystery that is connected to a very important key – one known to the wisest of souls throughout history and one which will prove to be just as relevant today in the 21st Century A.D. as it was in the 21st century B.C., when the Age of Aries arrived and the world bore witness to the dawn of the ‘Mardukite Babylonians’ and the future destiny of humanity as a whole!
May your pathway be lit by the radiance of truth and
the illumination of truth as you face these dark times
of unknown mystery and the threshold of a dream…