" ~ 300,000 ~ About the fortieth shar (i.e. 3600 years) after the landing of the Nephilim on Earth, the Anunnaki who had been delegated to mine the gold in the Abzu stage a rebellion. EN.KI and NIN.HUR.SAG contrive to create an alternative being to take over the tedious labor of the Anunnaki.
After toiling for forty 'periods', the Anunnaki mutinied and demanded relief. They approached EN.LIL begging for relief, but he did not want to satisfy their requests, so they called on ANU to provide relief. EN.KI, invariably the Anunnaki's protagonist, suggested that a lullu (i.e. a primitive worker, aka the Lullu Amelu) be created to bear the work.
The process whereby mankind - Homo sapiens sapiens (i.e. the Lullu, the 'one that is mixed') was created, was by genetically altering the Homo erectus beings that inhabited the Earth prior to the coming of the Anunnaki. But rather than being a 'creation' in the strictest sense of the word, the method by which EN.KI and NIN.HUR.SAG brought the ADAMA into existence was by infusing the Nephilim / Anunnaki life blood (i.e. the nephesh, or soul) into the beings which already inhabited the Earth - the prehistoric Homo erectus.
The life which inhabited this planet, prior to the arrival of the Nephilim, may have actually originated on the home planet of the Nephilim, Nibiru, and been deposited on this planet when it collided with Nibiru. Therefore, the life forms, including the 'caveman', Homo erectus, would have been genetically compatible with the life forms of Nibiru. In the most basic terms, the semen/sperm of EN.KI was introduced into the egg of an Homo erectus female in the process known today as cross-fertilization, and the fertilized egg, the embryo, was then inserted into NIN.KI's womb where it was nourished by her blood and grew into the ADAMA, which EN.KI named Adapa. The ADAMA was the first man - or rather, the first of a kind - Home sapiens sapiens - 'Civilized Man'. This first human being would be referred to, in later times, and by the spiritual descendants of the Sumerians - the Judeo-Christians, as Adam. EN.KI and NIN.HUR.SAG then created KHAWA or TI.TI, who would later be known as Eve. The unique thing about ADAPA / ADAM and KHAWA / EVE was that they, despite being cross-bred of Nephilim and human genes, were capable of reproducing on their own."
Atrahasis: "When the gods, instead of man, did the work, bore the loads, the gods' load was too great. The work too hard, the trouble too much, The great Anunnaki made the Igigi carry the workload sevenfold. The gods had to dig out canals, Had to clear channels, the lifelines of the land. The gods dug out the Tigris river. And then dug out the Euphrates. ...in the deep ...they set up ...the Apsu ...of the land ...inside it ...raised its top ...of all the mountains. They were counting the years of loads ...the great marsh, They were counting the years of loads. For 3,600 years they bore the excess, Hard work, night and day. They groaned and blamed each other. Grumbled over the masses of excavated soil. They called up the goddess Mami and asked,,'You are the womb-goddess, to be the creator of Mankind! Create a mortal, that he may bear the yoke! Let him bear the yoke, the work of Ellil Let him bear the load of the gods!' Far sighted Enki and wise Mami created males, created females."
Enuma Elish, The Epic of Creation: "When in the height heaven was not named. And the Earth beneath did not yet bear a name. Then were created the Anuna gods in the midst of heaven. May they magnify thy name over all of them ... the Anunnaki. Foremost son of Ea/Enki, Marduk, spoke to Ea/Enki, 'My blood will I take and bone will I fashion. I will make man. I will create man who shall inhabit the earth. That the service of the gods may be established.' And Ea/Enki answered him and spoke: 'Men will I (create)...'"
The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature:
A tigi to Enki for Ur-Ninurta: "The assigned divine powers of the great Anuna gods; to create mankind and to preserve them alive is in your power, Father Enki."
Enki and Ninmah: Enki's mother Namma spoke to Enki, "'Please apply the skill deriving from your wisdom and create a substitute for the gods so that they can be freed from their toil!'"
Adapa and the Food of Life: "To Adapa, Ea/Enki gave wisdom, but did not give Eternal Life. Ea/Enki spoke, "Adapa, you are to go before king Anu. You will go up to heaven. And when you go up to heaven, when you approach the gate of Anu, they will hold out for you Bread of Death, so you must not eat. They will hold out for you Water of Death, so you must not drink.' When Adapa came up to heaven, he approached the Gate of Anu. They fetched him the Bread of Eternal Life, but he would not eat. They fetched him the Water of Eternal Life, but he would not drink. Anu watched him and laughed, 'Come Adapa, why didn't you eat? Why didn't you drink? Didn't you want to be immortal?' Adapa spoke, 'But Ea/Enki my Lord told me: 'You mustn't eat! You mustn't drink!' Anu spoke, 'Take him and send him back to his Earth.'"