Again from Genesis Revisited
(paperback pp. 15-16, 36)
If we sketch the illustration appearing in the upper left-hand corner of the Sumerian depiction (Fig. 6a) we see a complete Solar System in which the Sun (not Earth!) is in the center, orbited by all the planets we know of today. This becomes clear when we draw these known planets around the Sun in their correct relative sizes and order (Fig. 6b). The similarity between the ancient depiction and the current one is striking; it leaves no doubt that the twinlike Uranus and neptune were known in antiquity.
Nibiru/Marduk also, according to the ancient text, provided Gaga/Pluto with its final "destiny," assigning to it "a hidden place" - a hitherto unknown part of the heavens. It was farther out than Neptune's location; it was, we are told, "in the Deep" - far out in space. In line with its new position as the outermost planet, it was granted a new name: US.MI - "He Who Shows The Way," the first planet encountered coming into
the Solar System - that is, from outer space toward the Sun