Architect of Babylon – Part 1

CA. 9,500 B.C.E. The Tower of Babel

“Behold, they are one people, and they have all one language; and this is only the beginning of what they will do; and nothing that they propose to do will now be impossible for them”
-Jahveh (Yahweh) as quoted in Genesis.

SemiramisThe dust soared upward as the ship settled on the valley floor. The occupants waited, knowing that to leave too quickly would kill them. Better to let the mercury fumes dissipate. Marduk hated having to use this rickety old ship, but was also grateful to have it. The Sargon was one of the few surviving craft left after the deluge caused by the destruction of Aleph. This old Seraphim freighter had been one of the first cargo vessels designed to shuttle gold ore between the planets. Now with technology scarce and no infrastructure left to build new ships, he would have to be content to fly in this old decaying Vimana. He looked over at his crew, an exausted group of Igigi and discontented young Nephilim who had come from survival shelters all over the planet. The rest had chosen to remain mired in technological poverty, scattered across the continents, rather than to dare oppose Lord Enlil, who was now in posession of the Raft of Heaven and most decidedly to blame for this current state of affairs. After all, had he not been a supporter of the Sons of Darkness?
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Posted on December 9, 2008 on 3:43 pm | In Stories | 4 Comments

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