Babylonian and Sumerian mythology have always been a forge of divinities who came down from the skies to try to convey knowledge and wisdom to mankind. One of these is the divinity Tiamat, the creator of the cosmos, originating from an older Sumerian deity Nammu from which it takes all the characteristics, is the primordial goddess of the oceans and the creator of the younger divinities. Coupled with the divinity Apsu, the god of fresh waters generates two other deities Lahmu and Lahamu who in turn generate Ansar and Kisar from which the race of the Annunaki gods is born.
Let’s go back for a moment to Tiamat who, in addition to generating monstrous creatures, is also the author of the birth of scorpion men and women to wage war against the younger divinities. Mythology? I have serious doubts that they are mere allegorical tales.
In the epic of Gilgamesh two of them are placed to guard the gates of the god Shamash the god of light over darkness, the deity who represented justice over men and gods, was the god of the sun. We said that two scorpio beings are placed in custody of the gates of the god Shamash, these are the entrances into the Mashu mountains that lead to the kingdom of the underworld. They are depicted with a scorpion body, human head, arms and trunk, use the venomous sting to kill and are gigantic. Note that Gigalmesh according to the Sumerian writings there was a huge giant 5.50 meters high and weighed 2844 kg.
The male scorpion tells his wife that the person who dares to come here must be a god. The wife says that two-thirds of him is god, but the rest of him is human.
The male scorpion asks Gilgamesh who he is and why he’s journeyed through fearful wilderness and braved terrible dangers to come to the mountain that no mortal has ever before visited.
When Gilgamesh tells the monsters about his quest, the Scorpion-man informs him that Utnapishtim lives on the other side of the mountain. To get there, Gilgamesh can use a tunnel that runs through the mountain. Shamash uses it every night when he travels back to the place where he rises in the morning. It would take Gilgamesh twelve double hours to journey through the passage, and the way is completely dark. (The Babylonian hour was sixty minutes, and the day was divided into twelve “double hours.”) No mortal could survive such darkness, and the monsters cannot permit him to try. After they listen to Gilgamesh’s pleas, they relent and tell him to be careful.
Gilgamesh walks through the mountain. He can’t see in front of him or behind him in the total darkness. He walks the first, second, and third double hour in total blackness and struggles for breath in the hot darkness. He walks four, five, and six double hours with the north wind blowing in his face. As the eleventh double hour approaches, the darkness begins to fade. At the end of the twelfth double hour, Gilgamesh emerges from the tunnel into the sweet morning air and the sunlight. He steps into a beautiful garden filled with fruit and foliage the colors of carnelian, rubies, and other jewels. Beyond the garden glitters the sea.
Here is the description of Gigalmesh’s encounter with these creatures, which I believe to be extraterrestrial hybrid entities also present at that time on planet earth. The emotion of the meeting is contained in this sentence: “In the eyes of the scorpion man there is death”
MEETING WITH MEN – SCORPIO (37-129)
The name of the mountain is Mashu.
As soon as he came to Mashu mountain:
- those who daily monitor the exit and entry:
the celestial vault weighs upon them,
below the Arallu touches their chest –
Scorpio-men stand guard at his door,
the fear that they instill is enormous, death is in their eyes,
their great terror fills the mountains,
they guard the sun as it rises
and in its setting.
When Gilgamesh saw them, out of fear
and his gaze clouded with terror.
He braced himself and stooped before them.
The man-scorpion turns to his wife:
“He who came to us: his body is the flesh of the gods”.
The wife of the scorpion man replies:
“For two thirds he is god, for a third he is man”.
The man-scorpion says,
to Gilgamesh, offspring of the gods, he speaks:
“Who are you who have traveled far away,
you wandered around until you came to my presence
troubled through even overwhelming streams of water?
I would like to know the reason for your trip;
the one towards whom your gaze is directed,
[I would] gladly know ”.
“From Utanapishtim, my ancestor I want to go;
he who entered the host of the gods, who found life,
about life and death I want to question ”.
The man-scorpion opened his mouth and said,
thus spoke to Gilgamesh :
“O Gilgamesh, no man has ever done this!
of the mountain no one has ever crossed its bowels,
his heart is dark for twelve double hours,
dense is the darkness, there is no light!
Towards the rising of the sun 
towards sunset 
towards sunset 
they let out 
(gap of 38 lines)
“My muscles are stiff,
my face, from the heat and from the cold, is livid,
I have lost my strength due to fatigue,
and now you  ”.
Many extraterrestrial races have visited us and still visit us, the one described does not appear to have returned, in the reports of the secret services and in the abduction stories it is not found for our good luck. The hope is that humanity will never meet them.