Sumerian: 𒍣𒅔𒋤𒁺 ZI.IN.SUD.DU
A single fragmentary tablet excavated in Nippur tells of the gods An, Enlil, Enki and Ninhursanga. They create the Sumer (black-headed people) and ensure they create comfortable conditions for the animals to live and procreate. Then kingship descends from heaven, and the first cities are founded: Eridu, Bad-tibira, Larak, Sippar, and Shuruppak.
In the next part after the missing piece of the tablet, the gods have decided not to save mankind from an impending flood. Zi-ud-sura, the king and gudug priest finding out. Enki the god of the waters, warns the hero Atra-hasis and gives him instructions to build an ark.
After the next missing section it describes a deluge, a terrible storm rocks the huge boat for seven days and seven nights, then the Sun god Utu appears and Zi-ud-sura creates an opening in the boat, prostrates himself, and sacrifices oxen and sheep.
After another missing section, the flood is over and the animals disembark from the ark, Zi-ud-sura then prostrates himself before the sky-god An and the chief of the gods Enlil, who give him eternal life and take him to dwell in Dilmun for “preserving the animals and the seed of mankind”. Unfortunately, the remainder of the poem is lost.
“I cleansed this world as a gift to her” – David, Advent
David deploys the Black Liquid onto the unsuspecting Engineer city as they welcome the Dreadnought back, killing 2,000,000 of them. After this David also sacrifices Elizabeth to create “The Perfect Organism.” This is the Xenomorph Flood and Creation myth.