In 2019, during the Covid-19 lockdown, Jeanne-Marie de Nord, a Canadian translator of ancient scrolls, unearthed a case of Sumerian cuneiform tables. They are believed to have been excavated from the Library of Ashurbanipal, in the lost city of Nineveh, between 1853 and 1920. Apparently they were discovered, shipped to the British Museum, stored and then forgotten.
Jeanne undertakes to translate them and finds they contain the Book of Enlil, the Sumerian Genesis story. Believed written around 5000 BC, they tell a very different tale to the biblical Genesis tale written at some time between 900 BC and 600 BC. A very different tale of a very different Genesis, one which occurred 13 billion years ago.