Penguins on Pluto

When I was an eighth grader we had an assignment where we were to create a book. I remember having the most joyous time making it. I wrote the story, drew the pictures, and even bound the book in Mrs. Leonetti’s class. I titled the book, “Penguin’s on Pluto”. It was really well liked and they even bused me, and a few others, to the elementary school to read it to the youngsters.

About 7 years ago, my friend and I decided to publish it and sell it to book stores. It seemed that everywhere we went, the bookstores either took pity on us or they really liked it, but one way or another, they always bought copies and sold out. I even had a few book stores contact me for more copies.

That short stint of success died out, but what came out of it were a few fans — all of my kids.

Today, my 4 year old picked it up for the first time and had me read it to her. The problem? “Penguins on Pluto” was the only book that she had me read over and over and over and over again until I got sick and tired of these damned “Penguin’s on Pluto” that I actually had to tell her that I didn’t want to read it anymore. I read it 5 times … in a row. I know, doesn’t sound like much, but it would have gone on and on and on had I not said … “okay, I’m done.”

But, what I got out of this was priceless.

When I was a kid making that book, I had an incredible amount of fun. I put my heart into it, not expecting anyone to like it. The only person I thought would like it was me. And, it turned out that the entire class enjoyed it and it got published in a scholastic book the year after I made it. Then, several years ago, it got published by Blue Heron Publishing, and even though it wasn’t a major, or even a minor success, it garnered fans across the world (okay, not the world, but across Oregon — mostly the highway 101 line and local independent book stores).

I didn’t write it for money. I didn’t write it for success. I wrote it out of pure joy. And, because I wrote it out of pure joy, I have not met a person who has not carried the biggest smile while reading that short, but perfect, piece of literature.

So, the priceless moment? Do what you love, and let the cards fall where they will.

Star Guild — A Shocking Myth to Mainstream Science Fiction

In 1849, British archeologist, Austin Henry Layard, discovered 22,000 clay tablets in the Ancient Sumerian city of Nineveh, in an area now known as Iraq. These tablets have come to be known as the Sumerian Tablets.

What these tablets say are shocking, and revolutionary, to say the least. If the tablets are truly a written record of earth’s past, then they change everything that we know about history, and everything we know about history, and have been taught in school, would be just the tip of the iceberg. Everything below the surface of the water would in turn be the “rest of the story”.

Here we go…

According to these Sumerian Tablets, the “Anunnaki” are a big portion of the “rest of the story”.

“Imagine the most beautiful women and men of your race. We’re very similar to them — to you. Your race would consider our features as being very favorable, as none of us have flaws or asymmetrical features, nor do we age like your race. The biggest difference, however, is that we range from 8 to 12 feet in height and the oldest of the Nankuani are even taller.” — Excerpt from Star Guild. A quote from one of the main characters named “S”.

* A side note: The Anunnaki are called the “Nankuani” in my book, Star Guild.  Although there are correlations with my book and the Anunnaki timeline, my story, on the other hand, takes place in a different sector of the Universe, and in a different era, so let’s divert back to earth’s tale. *

The Sumerian Tablets suggest that sometime in ancient history a race descended from the heavens and landed in the Garden of Eden, or, what they called, Sumer. These ancient aliens were the Annunaki. They came here for a specific purpose — to find gold. The tablets assert that the Anunnaki planet, Nibiru, through advances and disruptions in the Anunnaki technology, severely burnt holes in their atmosphere. They needed a way to fix their planet and save their people.

(This sounds like a Science Fiction story in itself, doesn’t it? Well, after 22,000 tablets, many of which have been translated, I’m not even close to done.)

The amazing mineral and element that we call gold, which is found in high quantities on earth, was the Anunnaki’s savior, of sorts. They mined and heated up gold, then let it cool, and brought it back to their planet to disperse amongst the Nibiru atmosphere, successfully patching up the holes for a short periods of time, thus needing continual shipments of gold to be sent from Earth to Nibiru on a constant basis.

But, mining is hard work and very difficult.

Of the 22,000 tablets, fourteen of them are called “Tablets of Lord Enki“. According to the “Fifth Tablet of Lord Enki“, the “Igigi” (the Anunnaki Miners) rebelled.

“On Earth the Anunnaki toiled, of work and sustenance they were complaining. By Earth’s quick cycles they were disturbed, of the elixir they only small rations were given. In the Edin the Anunnaki toiled, in the Abzu the work was more backbreaking. By teams were Anunnaki sent back to Nibiru, by teams new ones were arriving. The Igigi, on Lahmu dwelling, were the loudest in complaining…” (1)

What was their solution?

“Sacred Formulas…the secrets of life and death possessing they shaped, the mysteries of living and dying of Earth’s creatures they to unravel sought. With some living creatures Enki was especially enamored; They lived among the tall trees, their front legs as hands they were using. In the tall grasses of the steppes odd creatures were seen; erect they seemed to be walking.” (2)

Were these monkeys? Perhaps…

“A solution is possible! Enki was saying: Let us create a Lulu, a Primitive Worker, the hardship work to take over, let the Being the toil of the Anunnaki carry on his back…Thereby a Lulu, a Primitive Worker, shall be created! So did Enki to them say. Let us hereby a decision make, a blessing to my plan give: To create a Primitive Worker, by the mark of Our essence to fashion him! ” (3)

It was this Enki (an Anunnaki), along with his sister, Ninhursag, who created another Being through many experiments, until they found one that was sufficient and looked similar to their own race. But, could this Being be taught to work, gather, and more importantly, mine gold?

They can and they did.

Enter “us”, the homo sapiens.

Stay tuned. More to come…



(1) The Lost Book of Enki, translations by Zacharia Sitchen, pg. 88

(2)The Lost Book of Enki, translations by Zacharia Sitchen, pg. 93

(3) The Lost Book of Enki, translations by Zacharia Sitchen, pg. 95


By Brandon Ellis

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