"The Lost Book of Enki" by Zecharia Sitchin

Translated here as "The Words of the lord ENKI"

This book is a translation of fourteen ancient Sumerian clay tablets dated to circa 1750 B.C., with strong evidence that they had been copied from even older tablets that are now lost to history. They consist of the dictated memoirs of the Lord ENKI.


This book contains the identical translations of Zecharia Sitchin’s final book, “The Lost Book of Enki” but punctuation has been added, and the order of the words, although identical, has been meticulously re-ordered for modern readers.  We apologize for any typographical errors and request that you email us if you find any.


This book is important, not necessarily as an infallible source of historical record, but for its close resemblance to the Old Testament despite being several thousand years older. Its importance lies also in the inexplicable details, such as a firm knowledge of the planets and their cycles, genetic engineering and space travel.

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