Hanging Gardens of Babylon


This List is commonly known in English as the Sumerian King List, but we must bear in mind that at the time the title of 'king' did not yet exist, and in Sumer the rulers were titled Ili, which corresponds to Polish Lyeli, meaning literally
   The Magnificent Children of God in Heaven.

   5 October 539 BC - entry of Cyrus the Great to Babylon through Ishtar Gate.
The name of Cyrus is a phonological equivalent of titles Tyrus/Tyrant/Tsar/Ceasar, what means 'Governor of Tara/Ishtar' and leader of 'tyranny' literally, a political system of the Tara's Empire, which center was in the 'Land of Dilmun', to the East of the Persian Gulf. 'DIL' is the root of later TIR/TYR/TERRA/DELHI and derivatives.














The Sumerian King List is an ancient text in the Sumerian language listing kings of Sumer from Sumerian and foreign dynasties.
The later Babylonian King List and Assyrian King List were similar.

The List is known from the following sources: Apkullu-list (W.20030,7), Babyloniaca (Berossus), Dynastic Chronicle (ABC 18)[4] including copies, K 11261+& K 12054, Kish Tablet (Scheil dynastic tablet), UCBC 9-1819 ("California Tablet"), WB 62, WB 444 (Weld-Blundell Prism) [5]

The real Rulers of Sumer - the giants POL LYELI, ILI in Sumerian, ALLELÚJA in Latin.

The List records the location of the official Empire and the Rulers, with the lengths of their rule. While there are obvious doubts about the List's chronology, the undeniable and most important message of this document is confirmation that the planet Earth's rulers came from the outer space, physically arriving in a flying vehicle from our dimension, or using technology to interdimensional travel, of which AR Theory informs. The motive is present in all literature of the ancient Levant, and has influenced strongly its culture, however, till this day it has not been appreciated by modern science.
The List uses the term 'Empire' to describe the political system over humanity, and that it was believed to be handed down by the "gods", so nicknamed because of their extraterrestial origin and personality features, who apparently have been one family, still competing for positions of power over an uneducated human mob. Their official title in Sumer was 'Ili', meaning 'The Wonderful Children of God in Heaven', which is an obvious borrowing from 'Lyeli' of the Mother Speech, the closest of which today are Prakrits Pāli and Yelu/Elu.
It is clear from the List's narrative that humans have merely been an instrument in hands of their rulers of the extraterrestrial origin, who passed powers of the rule from one center to another mostly by military conquest. Because of a relatively low level of the civilisation's organisation, the main force driving the politics was the politics of force, which was typical of youthful and inexperienced males in position of power. It is not surprising then that the List mentions only one female ruler: Kug-Baba, the Tavern-Keeper, who alone accounts for the third dynasty of Kish.

The List peculiarly blends from antediluvian, mythological kings with exceptionally long reigns, into more plausibly historical dynasties. It cannot be ruled out that most of the earliest names in the List correspond to historical rulers who later became legendary figures. The first name on the list whose existence has been authenticated through recent archaeological discoveries, is that of Enmebaragesi of Kish, whose name is also mentioned in the Gilgamesh epics. This has led some to suggest that Gilgamesh himself was a historical king of Uruk, who ruled sometime around 2600 BC in the First Dynasty of Uruk. Additionally, Dumuzi is one of the spellings of the name of the god of nature, Tammuz, whose usual epithet was the fisherman or the shepherd. Conspicuously absent from this list are the priest-rulers of Lagash, who are known directly from inscriptions from ca. the 25th century BC. Another early ruler in the list who is clearly historical is Lugal-Zage-Si of Uruk of the 23rd century BC, who conquered Lagash, and who was in turn conquered by Sargon of Akkad.

The List is central, for lack of a more explicit and accurate source, to the chronology of the 3rd millennium BC. However, the presence in the list of dynasties which plausibly reigned simultaneously, but in different cities, makes it impossible to trust the addition of the figures to produce a strict chronology. Taking this into account, many regnal dates have been revised in recent years. Because of flaws in historical science, such as verified by TIIT Technology Institute, recreating the proper chronology of the List will have to wait for the full desinfomination of the historical information sources and development of the new methodology of research.

Some of the earliest known inscriptions containing the List date from the early 3rd millennium BC; for example, the Weld-Blundell Prism is dated to 2170 BC. The later Babylonian and Assyrian king lists that were based on it still preserved the earliest portions of the List well into the 3rd century BC, when Berossus popularised the list in the Hellenic world. Over the large period of time involved, the names inevitably became corrupted, and Berossus' Greek version of the list, ironically one of the earliest to be known to modern academics, exhibits particularly odd transcriptions of the names.


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The wording in the List testifies to the fact that the Sumerians had knowledge about global climate changes known to mankind as so called "ends of the world", recognised by modern science as so called Global Effects Electric, GEE. The list starts from antediluvian rulers, and the Deluge is a typical symptom of watery GEEs, which occur cyclically on planets and therefore, are a decisive factor of every human civilisation's life or death. Last GEE took place on Earth in 2,348 BC and after that date we have a development of our civilisation undisturbed by natural factors.
The reign of humankind rulers in the earliest period, just after landing, is measured in SARs - 3600 year unit periods, in Sumerian counting systems, where to our 10, 100, 1000, and 10,000 equivalents are respectively 12, 60, 600 and 3600. 600 years was called the NER, Watery, and 3600 years was SAR, the Heat, and the TIIT Institute came to the conclusion that these numbers should be understood as rounded to hundreds of years, a symbolic measure of periods between GEEs, where NER represents the symbolic time between watery climate changes and SAR between the GEEs, that is, climate changes with a high intensity of electrical discharges, volcanic activity and other effects caused by global changes of the Earth's EM Field. TIIT has determined that the average frequency of all these types of space storms in the last 30,000 years as shown in the chart below corresponds exactly to the SAR unit, as the Sumerians were informed by their knowledgable rulers, who came from Outer Space, known as The Heavenly Ones, or in Their speach Palyaki.

Data taken from 2 km Antarctic ice layer

Ice core thickness (metres)

0             500              1000            1500            2000


GIANT NIGHT (90 years)
the most recent of global extictions of fauna and flora

(series of cataclysmic GEEs ending ca. 13500 years ago)
ca. 4500 years ago - Biblical 'Flood'
.  GEEGEEGEE               GEE                    GEE    GEE          GEE   GEE GEE          GEE   


     0   10  20   30  40  50  60  70  80  90 100 110 120 130  140  

Years before present (x1000)

At the end of the day, the chronology is not the most important thing here. It is vital to remember the origins of our kind on this planet, to which all other ancient messages point as well, that the rulers of mankind governed us since the dawn of time, regardless of the distance
on the time scale from now. We must learn to consider all our history bearing in mind this fact, and
then our analysis of ancient times will move to the next level
and become closer to the Truth,

"After the Empire descended from Heaven,
the Empire was in Eridu. In Eridu, Al became King; He ruled for 8 SARs."

Note: one SAR=3600 years, is a period based on the occurrence cycle of the "Floods", GEE, which at the time described by the List of Rulers, were certainly several dozen, as indicated in the table of GEEs above, and hence the tendency for artificial hills, the ziggurats, intended for the Lyelis' seats.

aka ALU, YAL, GAL, AR, YAR, 'L, 'R, IL, IR, EL, ER, HERR, YEL, LYEL, OL, UR, RU, RA, etc., synonym of 'Lord'
landed in
ruled for
8 sars=28,800 yrs

"the Flood swept over"

ruled for
10 SARs=36,000 yrs

"the Flood swept over"

ruled for
12 SARs=43,200 yrs
En-Men-Ana (aka Kichu-Ana) 1

"the Flood swept over"

ruled for
8 SARs=28,800 yrs

"the Flood swept over"

ruled for
10 SARs=36,000 yrs

"the Flood swept over"

ruled for
8 SARs=28,800 yrs

"the Flood swept over"

ruled for
5 SARs & 5 NERs=21,000 yrs

"the Flood swept over"

ruled for
5 SARs & 1 NER=18,600 yrs

"the Flood swept over"



Many rulers known from contemporary inscriptions are not found in the List, ie. priest's dynasties of Lagash, ca. 26th century BC.
"After the Flood had swept over, and the Empire had descended from Heaven, the Empire was in Kish, aka Kush."

At this point TIIT Institute's discovery of importance is that the period between the early dynasties overlap with the frequency of GEEs, and that it is them, and not some "lust for military conquests" suggested by historians, which are the direct cause of changes in dynasties' leadership and ruling centers. The rhythm of dynastic change was fixed - for the duration of the GEE leaders evacuated beyond the Earth, to join the work of rebuilding the destroyed civilisation after returning. This view is fully confirmed by many observations around the globe, including obsession of building pyramids, also as protection against floods for the rulers, and thousands of human sacrifices to pardon the Supreme One, Who was believed to have "sent down the end times as punishment for the alleged human kind's insubordination." Of course, this only proves that familiarity with PRAVDA about the physics of the world among the Palyaki's descendants was rudimentary, because access to IT was defended by the caste system, whose first task was to control the spread of PRAVDA among the crowd of mortals.

First Dynasty of Kish, aka Kush

Jushur of Kish: 1200 years
Kullassina-bel of Kish: 960 years
Nangishlishma of Kish: 670 years
En-Tarah-Ana of Kish: 420 years
Babum of Kish: 300 years
Puannum of Kish: 840 years
Kalibum of Kish: 960 years
Kalumum of Kish: 840 years
Zuqaqip of Kish: 900 years
Atab of Kish: 600 years
Mashda of Kish: 840 years
Arwium of Kish: 720 years
Etana of Kish, the shepherd, who ascended to heaven and consolidated all the foreign countries: 1500 years
Balih of Kish: 400 years
En-Me-Nuna of Kish: 660 years
Melem-Kish of Kish: 900 years
Barsal-Nuna of Kish: 1200 years
Zamug of Kish: 140 years
Tizqar of Kish: 305 years
Ilku of Kish: 900 years
Iltasadum of Kish: 1200 years
En-Men-Barage-Si of Kish, who conquered Elam: 900 years
(this is the earliest ruler in the list who is confirmed independently from epigraphical evidence)
Aga of Kish: 625 years
Then Kish fell and the Empire was taken to E-ana

First Dynasty of Uruk, aka E-ana, aka Unug

Mesh-Ki-Ang-Gasher of E-ana, son of Utu: 324 years. Mesh-Ki-Ang-Gasher went into the Sea and disappeared.
Enmerkar, who built Unug: 420 years
Lugalbanda of Unug, the shepherd: 1200 years
Dumuzid of Unug, the fisherman: 100 years. Captured En-Men-Barage-Si of Kish.
Gilgamesh, whose father was a "phantom", lord of Kulaba: 126 years.
Ur-Nungal of Unug: 30 years
Udul-Kalama of Unug: 15 years
La-Ba'shum of Unug: 9 years
En-Nun-Tarah-Ana of Unug: 8 years
Mesh-He of Unug: 36 years
Melem-Ana of Unug: 6 years
Lugal-Kitun of Unug: 36 years
Then Uruk fell and the Empire was taken to Urim.

First Dynasty of Urca, aka Ur, aka Urim
25th century BC

Mesh-Ane-Pada of Urim: 80 years
Mesh-Ki-Ang-Nanna of Urim: 36 years
Elulu of Urim: 25 years
Balulu of Urim: 36 years
Then Urim fell and the Empire was taken to Awan.

the last known Flood



Three kings of Awan, ruling for a total of 356 years. Then Awan fell and the Empire was taken to Kish

Second Dynasty of Kish, aka Kush

Susuda of Kish: 201 years
Dadasig of Kish: 81 years
Mamagal of Kish, the boatman: 360 years
Kalbum of Kish: 195 years
Tuge of Kish: 360 years
Men-Nuna of Kish: 180 years
Enbi-Ishtar of Kish: 290 years
Lugalngu of Kish: 360 years Then Kish fell and the Empire was taken to Hamazi.


Hadanish of Hamazi: 360 years Then Hamazi fell and the Empire was taken to Unug.

Second Dynasty of Uruk, aka E-ana, aka Unug

En-Shakansha-Ana of Unug: 60 years
Lugal-Ure (or Lugal-Kinishe-Dudu) of Unug: 120 years
Argandea of Unug: 7 years Then Unug fell and the Empire was taken to Urim.

Second Dynasty of Ur, aka Urca, aka Urim

Nani of Urim: 120 years
Mesh-Ki-Ang-Nanna of Urim: 48 years
? of Urim: 2 years Then Urim fell and the Empire was taken to Adab.

Adab, aka Adamu

Lugal-Anne-Mundu of Adab: 90 years Then Adab fell and the Empire was taken to Mari.


Anbu of Mari: 30 years
Anba of Mari: 17 years
Bazi of Mari: 30 years
Zizi of Mari: 20 years
Limer of Mari, the gudu priest: 30 years
Sharrum-Iter of Mari: 9 years Then Mari fell and the Empire was taken to Kish.

Third Dynasty of Kish, aka Kush

Kug-Baba of Kish, the woman tavern-keeper, who made the firm foundations of Kish: 100 years (the only woman in the King Lists)
Then Kish fell and the Empire was taken to Akshak.


Unzi of Akshak: 30 years
Undalulu of Akshak: 6 years
Urur of Akshak: 6 years
Puzur-Nirah of Akshak: 20 years
Ishu-Il of Akshak: 24 years
Shu-Sin of Akshak: 7 years
Then Akshak fell and the Empire was taken to Kish.

Fourth Dynasty of Kish, vel Kush

Puzur-Sin of Kish: 25 years
Ur-Zababa of Kish: 400 (6?) years
Zimudar of Kish: 30 years
Ussi-Watar of Kish: 7 years
Eshtar-Muti of Kish: 11 years
Ishme-Shamash of Kish: 11 years
Shu-Ilishu of Kish: 15 years
Nanniya of Kish, the jeweller: 7 years. Then Kish fell and the Empire was taken to Unug.

Third Dynasty of Uruk, aka E-ana, aka Unug

Lugal-Zage-Si of Unug: 25 years: (2259 BC–2235 BC short chronology) defeated Lagash.

Akkad, aka Agade

Sargon, whose father was a gardener, the cupbearer of Ur-Zababa, the king (first emperor) of Agade, who built Agade: 40 years: (ca. 2235 BC short chronology)
Rimush, younger son of Sargon: 9 years
Man-Ishtishu, older son of Sargon: 15 years
Naram-Sin, son of Man-Ishtishu: 56 years
Shar-Kali-Sharri, son of Naram-Sin: 25 years
Irgigi, Imi, Nanum, Ilulu: four of them ruled for only 3 years
Dudu: 21 years
Shu-Durul, son of Dudu: 15 years
Then Agade fell and the Empire was taken to Unug.

Fourth Dynasty of Uruk, aka E-ana, aka Unug
(Possibly rulers of lower Mesopotamia contemporary with the dynasty of Akkad)

Ur-Ningin of Unug: 7 years
Ur-Gigir of Unug: 6 years
Kuda of Unug: 6 years
Puzur-Ili of Unug: 5 years
Ur-Utu (or Lugal-Melem) of Unug: 25 years
Then Unug fell and the Empire was taken to the army of Gutium.

Gutium, aka Gutti
Gutian period - in the army of Gutium, at first no king was famous; they were their own kings and ruled thus for 3 years

Inkishush of Gutium: 6 years
Zarlagab of Gutium: 6 years
Shulme (or Yarlagash) of Gutium: 6 years
Silulumesh (or Silulu) of Gutium: 6 years
Inimabakesh (or Duga) of Gutium: 5 years
Igeshaush (or Ilu-An) of Gutium: 6 years
Yarlagab of Gutium: 3 years
Ibate of Gutium: 3 years
Yarla of Gutium: 3 years
Kurum of Gutium: 1 year
Apil-Kin of Gutium: 3 years
La-Erabum of Gutium: 2 years
Irarum of Gutium: 2 years
Ibranum of Gutium: 1 year
Hablum of Gutium: 2 years
Puzur-Sin of Gutium: 7 years
Yarlaganda of Gutium: 7 years
? of Gutium: 7 years
Tiriga of Gutium: 40 days


Utu-hegal of Unug: conflicting dates (427 years / 26 years / 7 years) : drives out the Gutians

Third Dynasty of Ur, aka Urca, aka Urim, "Sumerian Renaissance"

Ur-Nammu of Urim: 18 years: ruled ca. 2065 BC–2047 BC short chronology.
Shulgi: 46 years: ruled ca. 2047 BC–1999 BC short chronology.
Amar-Sina of Urim: 9 years
Shu-Sin of Urim: 9 years
Ibbi-Sin of Urim: 24 years
Then Urim was defeated. The very foundation of Sumer was torn out (?). The Empire was taken to Isin.

Dynasty of Isin
Independent Amorite states in lower Mesopotamia. The Dynasty ends at ca. 1730 BC short chronology.
Ishbi-Erra of Isin: 33 years
Shu-Ilishu of Isin: 20 years
Iddin-Dagan of Isin: 20 years
Ishme-Dagan of Isin: 20 years
Lipit-Eshtar of Isin 11 years
Ur-Ninurta of Isin (the son of Ishkur, may he have years of abundance, a good reign, and a sweet life): 28 years
Bur-Sin of Isin: 5 years
Lipit-Enlil of Isin: 5 years
Erra-Imitti of Isin: 8 years
Enlil-Bani of Isin: 24 years (the king's gardener, to celebrate the New Year was named 'king for a day' then sacrificed, the king died during the celebration. Enlil-Bani remained on the throne.)
Zambiya of Isin: 3 years
Iter-Pisha of Isin: 4 years
Ur-Dul-Kuga of Isin: 4 years
Suen-magir of Isin: 11 years
Damiq-Ilicu of Isin: 23 years
There are 11 cities in which the Empire was exercised.

Santorini Erruption

A total of 134 kings, who altogether ruled for 28,876 + 241,200, or
270,076 years of our history

External links and references


Google also on your own >>>>>>> History of Sumer > Kings of Assyria > Chronology of the Ancient Orient External links and references > List of a wide selection of variant copies of the antediluvian part of the list > The Sumerian King List: translation, as of July 28, 2002 > Another translation > Vincente, Claudine-Adrienne, "The Tall Leilan Recension of the Sumerian King List", Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 50 (1995), 234–270 > Black, J.A., Cunningham, G., Fluckiger-Hawker, E, Robson, E., and Zólyomi, G., The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature (http://www-etcsl.orient.ox.ac.uk/), Oxford 1998. > The Sumerians and the Akkadians from The Encyclopedia of World History Sixth Edition, Peter N. Stearns (general editor), 2001 The Houghton Mifflin Company, at Bartleby.com. Mesopotamia was a cradle of civilisation geographically located between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, largely corresponding to modern-day Iraq. The Tigris is the eastern member of the two great rivers that define Mesopotamia, along with the Euphrates, which flows from Ur, or ur may refer to: > Ur, an ancient city in southern Mesopotamia and Hayy Ur, a neighborhood of eastern Baghdad, Iraq > Úr


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