The article below represents the point of view of authors and researchers such as Zacharia Sitchin, Alan F. Alford, R.A. Boulay, Neil Freer, Dr. Arthur David Horn, Dr. Joe Lewels, C.L. Turnage, Lloyd Pye, Laurence Gardner, and William Bramley.
It will seem like science fiction to many, but the authors mentioned above claim to be based on ancient documents and records. So let’s see the story of the Anunnaki:
About 450,000 years ago, a group of extraterrestrial humanoids, traveling through outer space, arrived on Earth. They came from a planet three times the size of Earth, a planet the Sumerians called Nibiru. It was described in ancient Sumerian literature as the twelfth planet of our solar system.
The Anunnaki, from Nibiru
Nibiru, also called the “Transition Planet”, because its orbit passes through the solar system between Mars and Jupiter, rotates in an elliptical orbit around the Sun. Nibiru was represented in many human societies (especially in the Egyptian one) in the form of a “winged disk”, a circle with wings on one side and the other.
Life on Earth evolved based on its rotation around the Sun, a rotation that lasts one calendar year, namely the solar year. Life on Nibiru developed based on its one-year orbit around the Sun, which is equivalent to 3,600 Earth years. It logically follows from this that life on Nibiru would have evolved somewhat sooner than on Earth.
This mismatch of time could also be illustrated by referring to how an insect, whose life lasts only a week, could perceive a human with a normal life span as immortal.
The Anunnaki landed in Mesopotamia, directly from Nibiru
So, about 450,000 years ago, during Earth’s second Ice Age, the highly technologically advanced inhabitants of Nibiru — or Anunnaki, as they were called in the Sumerian texts — traveled to Earth, while the two planets came very close to each other.
According to Sumerian accounts of the matter, their first landings were in the water, just as our astronauts first landed in the ocean upon returning from their missions in space. It is therefore logical that these ancient astronauts would have looked for a base camp for their missions that would provide them with both a temperate climate and a safe source of drinking water and fuel.
Only one place on Earth met all these criteria: Mesopotamia. The Indus and Nile river valleys were two other good options, but they did not offer easy access to fossil fuel reserves, which are still plentiful in southern Iraq.
Under the leadership of the sons of the Anunnaki chief, Enlil, and Enki, the colonization of Earth begins
With the help of the supreme ruler of Nibir — called Anu, or An, or El, depending on the sources used — overseeing their efforts from their home planet, the Anunnaki began a systematic colonization of Earth under the leadership of Anu’s two sons, Enlil and Enki.
All Anunnaki leaders later assumed the role of “gods”, or Nephilim, to their human subjects. A rather amazing fact is that one of these Nefilim was called a Nazi. Faced with this evidence, we can only wonder if the German occultists of the 20th century knew about this connection.
Enlil was the commander of the mission, while Enki was the executive director and scientific officer. Due to the provisions of the Nigerian protocol, a cruel and long-lasting enmity immediately broke out between the two half-brothers. As with subsequent earthly dynasties, the firstborn, Enki, was deprived of his rights as heir (taking a secondary status in the royal family) because his mother was not the legitimate wife of Anu. This removed him from the line to the throne. However, it was Enki who led the first expedition to Terra.
In a well-preserved text that has come down to us, Enki described his landing in the Persian Gulf: “When I approached Earth, it was covered by a great flood. When I approached its green meadows, mounds of earth and hills, dams, and irrigation ditches were built at my command. I built my house in a pure place…”
Enki was both a scientist and an engineer. At his command, the marshes on the northern shore of the Persian Gulf were drained, ditches and irrigation systems were built in their place, and the Tigris and Euphrates rivers were joined by a system of canals. Soon, reinforcements arrived from the home planet to support those on Earth, reinforcements under the leadership of Enki’s first son, named Marduk.
The Anunnaki needed the gold from Earth to save their ozone layer on Nibiru
After the lapse of a few thousand years on the Earth time scale — but only a few years on the Annunaki time scale — a thriving colony of these extraterrestrial visitors was built up, and their attention focused on their primary objective, the search for gold. These space colonists were aiming to capture Earth’s mineral wealth — especially gold — for use on their home planet.
Lloyd Pye explains: “The Anunnaki were looking for gold to save their planetary atmosphere, which had developed holes similar to those we have created in the Earth’s atmosphere by destroying the ozone layer with hydrofluorocarbons.
The Anunnaki’s solution to this problem was to disperse very thin flakes of gold in the upper layers of their planet’s atmosphere to patch up these holes… Ironically, today’s scientists on Earth recognize that if we were ever forced to repair our ozone layer above our planet, then scattering a thin layer of gold particles into the atmosphere would be the best way to go about it.”
Gold mines on Earth date back about 100,000 years!
An initial attempt to extract gold from the Persian Gulf through a water treatment system proved inadequate. Anu, together with his son Enlil, visited the colony, asking Enki to find more gold than before. Enlil was entrusted with supreme command of the colony on Earth, while Enki led an expedition into Africa and eventually into South America, where gold mines were built.
Evidence supporting the existence of such early gold mining has come to us from studies carried out for the Anglo-American Corporation — an important South African mining corporation from the 70s. The scientists of this company discovered the existence of ancient gold mining mines, mines dated 100,000 years before Christ.
Some equally old mining excavations were discovered in the territories of Central and South America. Therefore, the mining efforts of the Anunnaki were worldwide in character and could explain the early spread of humans throughout the Earth.
Other arguments supporting such long journeys across the Earth can be found by comparing the names of ancient Mesopotamian cities, as recorded by the Greek geographer Ptolemy, who lived in the 2nd century AD., with those of their Central American counterparts.
Mesopotamia — Chol; Central America — Chol-ula
Mesopotamia — Colua; Central America — Colua-can
Mesopotamia — Zuivana; Central America — Zuivan
Mesopotamia — Cholima; Central America — Colima
The raw ore extracted was then transported from distant mines by transport ships, brought back to Mesopotamia, to be smelted and processed into ingots in the form of hourglasses, called ZAG or “purified precious”. During the archaeological excavations, numerous engravings representing such ingots, as well as some of these ingots themselves, were discovered.
In an attempt to end the growing rivalry between the half-brothers Enlil and Enki, their father Anu entrusted Enlil with the leadership of the Mesopotamian colony of E.DIN — which may be the origin of the biblical name Eden — while he appointed Enki to lead the land of AB.ZU or Africa, which in translation means “land of mines”.
The hard work in the mine gives the Anunnaki the idea of creating a primitive worker, called…Adam! (ie, that Adam in the Bible)
Other problems for these extraterrestrial colonists arose from changes in Earth’s climate, which caused many hardships among the Anunnaki and tireless toil in the mine. In a Sumerian text, it was said: “Then the gods [Anunnaki], like men, endured labor and suffered fatigue, the fatigue of the gods was great, the work was hard and the troubles were many.”
Elaborating on Sitchin’s work, researcher Horn says: “The Anunnaki had been mining gold from the Earth for more than 100,000 years when the simple Anunnaki who performed the strenuous labor in the mines rebelled against this situation some 300,000 years ago. Then, Enlil, their chief commander, wanted to punish them severely and called an Assembly of the Great Anunnaki, in which his father, Anu, also participated. He was more sympathetic to the miners’ suffering.
He saw that the work of the rebels was very hard and that their sufferings were considerable. Then he asked out loud if there wasn’t another way to get the gold. At this point in the discussion, Enki suggested the need to create a Primitive Worker, called Adamu, to take the hard work off the shoulders of the Anunnaki miners. Enki showed that a primitive humanoid, which we call Homo erectus, or a humanoid closely related to it, already existed in the land of Abzu (Africa), where he worked.”
“Let us make man in our image, in our likeness…” so decided the Anunnaki General Assembly
Enki’s plan to create a race of workers was approved by the Assembly and this was the starting point of the origin of mankind, according to Sumerian accounts. This explanation also clarifies one of the most enigmatic verses in the Bible.
After this assures us that there is only one true God, in Genesis, 1:26, God is quoted as saying: “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness…” This verse can have two explanations: the first being that the plural The Elohim of the Old Testament, interpreted as meaning “God” by the monotheistic authors who wrote Genesis, may indeed have referred to the Assembly of the Anunnaki, which approved the creation of man, and the second, the idea of creating man “in our image and likeness” would simply have meant carrying out genetic manipulations on an already existing species and by no means creating a new race.
As Sitchin explains, “as Orientalists and Bible scholars alike now know… the redactors’ editing and abridgment of the Book of Genesis [was] done on a much older and extremely detailed text first transcribed in Sumer “.
The Anunnaki doctor, Ninti, along with Enki, are doing genetic experiments
The doctor of the Anunnaki mission on Earth was a woman named Ninharşag, also known as Ninti, who had already performed genetic experiments with Enki. On at least one of the Sumerian cylinders used as a seal, an illustration showing Enki and Ninti surrounded by clay vials or vessels, a table, shelves, a plant, and an assistant, the scene strikingly resembles that of a modern laboratory.
According to Sumerian legends, they gave birth to many genetically modified beings, including animals such as bulls and lions with human heads, winged animals, as well as monkeys and humanoids with goat heads and feet. If all this is true, it is clear that such experiences could have been the source of the appearance of numerous legends in which they talked about the existence of “mythological” beings and superhumans, such as Atlas, Goliath, Gargantua, Polyphemus, Typhon.
In the 19th century, following archaeological excavations, some enormous statues were unearthed in the place where the palace of the Assyrian king Sargon II, who ruled Mesopotamia between 721 and 705 BC, once stood sphinx-shaped. Among these statues was one that represented a winged bull with a human head and a lion with a human head. Many of these artistic treasures were purchased by John D. Rockefeller and transported to New York.
Adam, the first earthling, the combination of an Anunnaki man and a humanoid woman from Africa
The Sumerian account of the creation of the first man whose name was written LU.LU in Sumerian or Adama in Hebrew, whose literal translation means “Man of the Earth”, or simply “earthling” is clear enough in the light of our contemporary knowledge regarding donation.
Enki and Ninharşag took the reproductive cell or ovum from a primitive African woman of the humanoid race, fertilizing it with the sperm of a young Anunnaki man. The fertilized egg was then placed in the womb of an Anunnaki woman (as far as is known, this would have been Ninti herself, Enki’s wife), who would carry the pregnancy to term, giving birth to the child.
Although a caesarean section was needed, as a result, a healthy young male was born, named Adama, who represented a hybrid produced for the first time on Earth, anticipating the laws of natural evolution by millions of years.
According to the ancient Sumerian stories, “when people were created, they did not know how to eat bread, they did not know how to wear clothes, they ate plants, taking them with their mouths, like sheep, and drank water from the ditch…” After that, Enki and Ninharshag continued to produce more Adama, both male, and female, although at that time they were unable to reproduce and lived very little compared to the Anunnaki.
This was done in a conscious effort to prevent any competition to the Anunnaki from the new human race. It is interesting to note that, according to Genesis 3:5, Elohim’s first commandment was that man, in the allegorical form of Adam and Eve, should remain ignorant: “But God knows that in the day when you will eat of it, and your eyes will be opened and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.”
The Sumerian Adam and the Adam from the Bible
It seems that there are some connections between the Sumerian version of the legend concerning the creation of man and that of the Bible. The Bible speaks of the fact that the woman was created from the man’s rib.
“The great Sumerologist Samuel N. Kramer has shown that the origin story of Eve being created from Adam’s rib probably arose from the double meaning of the Sumerian word TI, which means both ‘rib’ and ‘life,’” explained Horn . So it is possible that Eve received “life” from Adam without any bone being involved in the process, or the genetic material used in this process may have been extracted from the marrow of Adam’s bones.
The laboratory that produced the first Adamas was called by the Sumerians SHI.IM.TI or “the house where the wind of life is breathed”. Compare this expression with Genesis, 2:7, where God, after forming man “from the dust of the ground” or Adamu (which means “earth”), “breathed into his nostrils the breath of life.” “Adam was the first test-tube child,” Sitchin proclaimed after the test-tube birth of the first child of the modern and contemporary era in 1978. He saw this modern birth as support for the correctness of his Sumerian translations, especially as an argument for the fact that modern science began to get an idea about the manipulation of the human genome only in the 20th century.
The caduceus, the coiled serpents, an ancient Sumerian symbol, actually represents the DNA molecules
This ancient symbol of life-giving medical treatment represented by snakes coiled along a winged staff bears an extraordinary resemblance to the double-helix chains of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) molecules, which was only discovered in 1946 and is composed of the amino acids from the human cell, which stores the genetic imprint of that individual. Using DNA manipulation, a clone (duplicate) or a hybrid can be obtained.
The first humans came from Africa, but different from the Neanderthal man
Evidence for the fact that the first humans originated in Africa has been accumulating since the 1970s when some of the oldest pre-human remains were discovered on this continent. The bones of “Lucy” and other australopithecines indicated that early primates lived in that area of Earth more than three million years ago, but were not as evolved as Neanderthals.
Contrary to popular belief, CP scholars. Groves, Charles E. Oxnard, and Louis Leakey agreed that Australopithecus was morphologically totally different from humans. Referring to this, Groves commented: “It would require the application of ‘non-Darwinian principles’ to explain any links between ‘Lucy’ and modern and contemporary humans.”