Marduk pondered Inanna's proclamation of immortality of Anunnaki "gods." He contemplated the human longing for immortality that motivated Gilgamesh's failed attempts to live forever. Marduk could use the Hybrids' yearning for immortality to insure their loyalty to him. Marduk devised for Egypt "a clever way wherewith the loyalty of kings and people to retain." His Egyptian kings would journey after death to Nibiru to enjoy immortality among the gods. The immortality cult he devised for the Egyptian pharaohs would, Marduk believed, unify the People of the Nile behind him in his struggle with Inanna. Inanna and her line, the Enlilites, ran Mesopotamia. The Council of Twelve put Inanna's Father's Brother, Uncle Adad, in control of the landing place at Baalbek (Lebonon). The Council put her father, Nannar, in control of the Sinai spaceport. To Inanna, The Council transferred the energy source known as "The Heavenly Bright Object."Inanna with her weapons, armies and powers of immortality held the kingship of Sumer, the First Region, for 1000 years. Here she and her lineage--the Enlilites--who controlled the city-states tributary to Inanna, encouraged the hybrid Earthlings to worship and serve them. EGYPT: MARDUK/RA, GOD GENERATING ALL OTHERS, OFFERS PHARAOHS IMMORTALITY.''The heavens my supremacy bespeak,' Marduk answered." His rule was proclaimed, he told his father, by " the coming Age of the Ram," his sign.The Nibirans and their Earthlings examined the heavens and found sun still rose in the constellation the Bull, marking Enlil's rule; not the Ram, Marduk's constellation. Marduk and his son Nabu nevertheless, mobilized their humans to challenge the Enlilites.