(Sumerian Ninurta; Assyrian Ashur) Storm god; often called Ba'al ("Husband"); national deity of Babylon
Marduk: another name for Nibiru, the hidden planet of our solar system according to ancient Sumerian records, that passes through every 3600 years.
Nibiru, to the Babylonians, was the celestial body associated with the god Marduk. The name is Akkadian and means 'crossing place' or 'place of transition'. In most Babylonian texts it is identified with the planet Jupiter; in Tablet 5 of the Enûma Elish it may be the pole star, which at the time was Thuban or possibly Kochab.
the chief Babylonian god; his consort was Sarpanitu
The chief god of the Babylonians and patron god of Babylon; he is the hero-god of the Enuma Elish.