Anunnaki, Aliens from Nibiru on Earth: A 450,000-Year History (Part 3)

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After the Flood, humans became farmers, at the behest of the Anunnaki gods

Before the Flood, all humans who did not directly serve the Anunnaki were nomadic hunters and gatherers. Practically overnight, they became farmers. The Sumerian tablets explained why people began to cultivate the land and domesticate animals.

They did this at the behest of the gods. And, with the advent of agriculture, there was also a concentration of people in cities larger than those before the Flood. Each of them was led by one of the Anunnaki leaders, who now came to be considered by humans as “gods.”

Another piece of evidence that comes as an argument to attest to the profound influence of the Flood on human life is the fact that the first evidence of human efforts in the field of agriculture was not found in the fertile soil of the river valleys, but in the high mountainous lands of Mesopotamia and Palestine.

Once again, this fact is explained in a fragment of a Sumerian text, where it is said:

“Enlil climbed to the top of the mountain and lifted up his eyes, looking around; he looked down; there the waters had formed a sea.”

Then he looked up; there you could see the mountain, full of aromatic cedars. He pulled up the barley, sowing it on the sides of the mountain, in the terraces. He also pulled up all the plants that grow, sowing wheat and other grains on the sides of the mountain.

Some cereals appeared, as if out of the blue, in an agricultural culture

Like humans, it seems that certain grains used as food had no antecedents in the evolutionary chain of life on Earth. They appeared suddenly, fully matured, about 13,000 years ago, according to archaeological findings. Sitchin says:

“There is no explanation of this botanical-genetic miracle, unless the process by which these plants arose was not one of natural selection, but one of artificial manipulation of them.”

Sitchin noted that there were three extremely important phases of the development of agriculture practiced by men: the first phase starting about 11,000 years ago BC, the second known as prehistoric culture (about 7,900 years ago BC), and civilization 3 (which began around 3800 years ago BC), phases that happened at intervals of 3,600 years from each other, a time interval that coincided with a complete rotation of the planet Nibiru in its orbit.

The Anunnaki decide to divide the Earth into four regions

In addition to “holding supremacy” over plants and animals, the Anunnaki began appointing carefully selected people to leadership positions. As humans multiplied more and more, the Anunnaki and Nephilim realized that they had to take action to maintain control over their creations.

They also wanted to establish some intermediaries between themselves and humans, whom they continued to consider to be only slightly better than animals. During a meeting held after the Flood, the Anunnaki/Nephilim decided to divide the Earth into four regions in which to spread the people, who until then had been gathered in only three of them: lower Mesopotamia, the Nile Valley, and the Indus Valley.

The Anunnaki reserved the Sinai Peninsula as the site for the construction of their new space flight control center immediately after the Flood, designating the region as their private sanctuary, or “holy.” This practical implementation of the “divide and rule” strategy applied to human communities spread throughout the world required that they have separate human leaders, specially chosen by the Anunnaki or “gods,” to represent them among the people. The practice of establishing dynastic kingship, based on a royal lineage that can lead up to the gods, has had an essential impact on countries and governments even to this day.

The Tower of Babel at Baalbek, a space rocket launch tower

The Tower of Babel. Wikipedia

This practice began in the Sumerian city of Kish, a city that Sitchin equates with the city of Cush mentioned in the Bible. Gardner agrees with him, placing the biblical city of Cush east of Babylon and not in Egypt. In Genesis 10:8–12, it is reported that Cush was one of the grandsons of Noah and the father of the legendary Nimrod, who built cities such as Babylon, Erech, and Akkad from his base in Sumer before building cities in Assyria as well, including the city of Nineveh.

It is possible that Nimrod attempted to confuse the development of Enlil’s plan to disperse the people over the entire surface of the earth which led to the appearance of the legend in the Old Testament that refers to the construction of the Tower of Babel.

This story began at Baalbek, which is believed to have been a space center built by the Anunnaki after the Flood, where they handled the operation of space shuttles, located in the territory of present-day Lebanon. Massive blocks of granite called “Trilithone”—blocks weighing more than 300 tons each—were found here that served as buttresses, lending credence to the idea that this area may once have housed a landing pad for spaceships embarking on interplanetary journeys. Alford said:

“All the evidence drawn from the ancient texts, all the geographical-physical evidence support each other, to confirm that Baalbek was designed as a landing pad for the missiles of the gods.”

In an Arabic text found at Baalbek, it was stated that this was the place where Nimrod and his followers had tried to build a shed, something translated in Genesis, 11:4 as follows: And they said:

“Let’s go! Let’s build ourselves a city and a tower whose top reaches the sky, and let’s make a name for ourselves, so that we won’t be scattered all over the face of the earth”.

In this case, the word shem, misunderstood, has been interpreted by most Bible translators to mean “name.”

However, in the original, it meant “one who flies,” Turnage explained. “Sitchin says that the origin of the word shem would be Mesopotamian—this coming from the word mu or from the Semitic derivative shu-mu, or sham, which means “the thing by which we remember someone,” a word that later evolved, coming to mean “name.” However, the original meaning of the words was related in the first phase to the description of something that flies.

Sitchin wrote: “The discovery that mu or shem, words present in many Mesopotamian texts, should not be read as “name” but as “flying vehicle,” opens the way to deciphering the true meaning of many ancient legends, including biblical stories about the Tower of Babel.”

His explanation for the disturbances at Babel was that the inhabitants tried to build their space rocket tower, apparently because they hoped to be able to develop their shem, or flying vehicle, wanting to oppose the “breaking” of humanity under the leadership of the alien leader Anu. In Genesis 11:4, they expressed this idea in this way: “And they said, “Let’s go!” Let’s build ourselves a city and a tower whose top reaches the sky, and let’s make a name for ourselves so that we won’t be scattered all over the face of the earth.

Enlil decides to disperse the people

If it were only this activity, to which was added Enlil’s fear that the people might enter into competition with them, all these factors would have strengthened even more his determination to divide the people. Perhaps this was best mirrored in Genesis 11:5–8. “The Lord came down to see the fortress and the tower that the sons of men were building.”

And the Lord said:

“Behold, they are one people, and they all have the same language; and this is what they set about; now nothing would stop them from doing whatever they set their minds to.” Let’s go! “Let’s go down and confuse their languages there so that they can no longer understand each other’s speech.” “And the Lord scattered them from there over the whole face of the earth; so, they stopped building the city.”

Soon all three branches of mankind, made up entirely of the descendants of Shem, Ham, and Japheth, the three sons of Utnapishtim/Noah, were transported to their predestined places, places where, indeed, it came to pass that, over time, different languages appeared.

Alford theorized that Utnapishtim and Noah may have had wives from different racial groups. Therefore, the children of these women would have been of different races, a fact that would have explained the presence of the Negroid race in Africa, Mongoloids in Asia, and Caucasians in the Near East.

Both Sumerian and Biblical texts agree that Shem and his descendants remained in the area that included Mesopotamia, Ham and his relatives were taken to Africa, including parts of Arabia, while Japheth and his relatives were transported to the Indus Valley, making it possible to have become the mysterious “Aryans” who suddenly appeared there in the prehistoric era.

The Anunnaki move their space center to the Sinai Peninsula

A pleasant and lasting peace should have been established with the dispersion of the population over the entire surface of the Earth, a dispersion that was accompanied by the development of new cities, led by their newly installed kings, and the increase in food production. But unfortunately, by all appearances, even the ancient “gods” were no more capable than humans of establishing a long-lasting peace.

The unrest began just as the Anunnaki began to dislodge their space center facilities to move them from Sumer (which was now mostly underwater) to the Sinai Peninsula, a place that came to be called El Paran (“The Splendid Place of God”).

This became what had been Mount Ararat before the Flood, which is now in eastern Turkey and where Noah’s ark is said to have finally been buried, providing the northernmost point of a treacherous path that led to the space center of Sinai, where Anunnaki ships could land. This base was on the 30th parallel, in the geographical center of Sinai, while its southern extremity was marked by the two highest peaks of Mount Sinai, known as Mount Catherine (with a height of 2,595.6 m above sea level) and Mount Moses, which is smaller, only 2,250 m high. What this path lacked was a sign of equal height to the west.

The pyramids, built to serve as landmarks for the Anunnaki for their space center

Sitchin explains:

In that part, the terrain is too flat to provide natural landmarks, and so we are certain that the Anunnaki began building the artificial twin peaks of the two great pyramids of Giza. The Great Pyramid of Cheops was also a spatial marker.

From a great height, the pyramid is visible to the naked eye from a great distance, and in outer space it appears on radar screens from an even greater distance, due to the inclined shape of its sides, which reflect the radar rays perpendicularly if the angle approach is located 38° above the horizon.

It is easy to bet that the polished surface of the stone is a reflector of radar waves. “One so powerful could have served as a beacon for the approach of a spaceship, and it is possible that it served this purpose for a long time.” “We know that the Great Pyramid was painted in various colors that could have been metalized to increase the degree of reflection of laser or radar waves,” agreed NASA scientist Maurice Chatelain, who designed the communication and processing systems. data used by the Apollo space missions.

Due to the destruction of the Anunnaki space mission control center located in the Sumerian city of Nippur during the Flood and the need to find a site equidistant from the marking lines for entering the Earth’s atmosphere, a new space control center was built on Mount Moriah, which in translation means “Mountain Leader.” This was the site where the future holy city of Jerusalem was later built; it is considered a particularly sacred place by all major Western religions.

Conflicts begin between the various Anunnaki leaders

When they finished the work related to the space missions, new generations of Anunnaki were born on Earth. According to accounts in the Sumerian texts, Marduk—the eldest son of Enki — took possession of the lands of Egypt, where he came to be known as Ra. His children, Shu and Tefnut, were the ones who gave the future pharaohs a worthy example to follow by marrying each other.

Their offspring — Geb and Nut — also married each other and were both the next royal couple and the parents of some of Egypt’s most famous leaders/gods — Osiris, his sister, and wife Isis, Seth and Nefertiti, his sister Isis. All these intra-family marriages led to the emergence of a problem regarding succession to the throne, which was solved by dividing the territory of the country between the two brothers.

Osiris was given Lower Egypt, and Seth was given the mountainous region of Upper Egypt. Dissatisfied with the side he ruled, Seth began plotting against Osiris, thus triggering the legendary wars of ancient Egypt.

After the death of Osiris, his son Horus sought revenge on Seth, who headed east, capturing the astrodome in the Sinai Peninsula. Angry that Enki’s descendants were in control of the space center, Enlil’s partisans attacked the army led by Seth.

This family rivalry has been passed down from generation to generation since the beginning of human history. Led by Ninurta (one of Enlil’s sons), his partisans recaptured the space center in the Sinai Peninsula. Then, the rule of these places “fell” to the new kings of Babylon, Assyria, and Canaan, who were themselves involved in almost endless wars.

Many of these were meticulously recorded in the pages of the Old Testament, complete records of places with obscure and impossible-to-pronounce names, places that proved to be difficult for historians to fully understand, due to the very frequent name changes that took place during translation from one language to another.

The armed conflicts that had begun to manifest as intrigues and rivalries between the Anunnaki overlords were now carried on and continued by their human followers, turning into a conscious mechanism of control that, together with the religious veneration shown to the Anunnaki, had already proven successful in keeping the common people within the rigors of the canons established by the Anunnaki/gods.

Were the Anunnaki using nuclear weapons to go to war with each other?

In one story, it appears that one of Enlil’s granddaughters, named Inanna, married Dumuzi, Enki’s youngest son, after having, with great difficulty, obtained the blessing of both warrings, mutually suspicious families. But when Dumuzi was killed after being arrested by Marduk/Ra, accused of violating the moral code of the Anunnaki, Inanna attacked Marduk/Ra.

To end this conflict, Marduk/Ra was put on trial for killing Dumuzi, but as he could not establish and prove whether this killing was deliberate or accidental, it was decided that Marduk/Ra should be sentenced to imprisonment for life and executed in a large place with impenetrable walls that would rise to the sky. Sitchin identified the prison in which Marduk/Ra was imprisoned as the Great Pyramid itself.

Marduk/Ra secretly left the place of exile, trying to regain control of Babylon. Thus came the change in alliances, as the forces led by Enlil and Inanna united to face those of Marduk and his father, Enki. Even one of Marduk’s sons, named Nergal or Erra, joined Enlil’s forces against his father, turning the conflict into a veritable civil war.

Fearing Marduk’s unbridled ambitions, the Anunnaki persuaded Anu to approve the use against him of seven extremely powerful weapons, which many scholars today believe could have been nothing more than nuclear missile tactics. We have to remember that all the above stories happened sometime before 2000 BC!

The biblical patriarch Abraham and the Anunnaki

patriarch Abraham. Wikipedia

It is precisely at this point in the story that the biblical patriarch Abraham intervenes. According to Sitchin, Abraham was far from just a wandering Jew, as most of us think. He said that, after careful study of very diverse texts, it is clear that Abraham of Ur was a Sumerian of noble lineage. Abraham commanded armed troops, as evidenced in Genesis 14:14–16, which records how he took 318 “trained soldiers” to rescue his nephew Lot and his family from the clutches of a coalition of invading armies, who were acting on the orders of Marduk.

Although they had originally marched into battle with the apparent intention of recapturing the astrodrome in the Sinai Peninsula, these armies marching from the north were turned back before they got there and stopped to capture the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah in the Valley of Siddim, which is found at the southern edge of the Dead Sea, after they had defeated the kings of these cities on the battlefield.

This had been the place where they had taken Lot hostage before heading back north, and this was also where Lot had been brought back, once freed from captivity by Abraham. And it may very well be that this is also where humanity felt the effects of a nuclear explosion for the first time.

Sitchin says that, in reality, it was Abraham and his warriors who stopped Marduk-led marauders from getting close to the space center at El Paran in the Sinai Peninsula. This deed brought Abraham praise and blessings from Melchizedek, as well as the conclusion of a covenant with Jehovah, who identified as the same person as Enlil.

Ark of the Covenant, a broadcast-reception radio device?

Moses and Joshua bowing before the Ark. Wikipedia

Alford argues that Jehovah, the god of Abraham, called in the original Hebrew writings El Shaddai, or God of the Mountain, may have been one of Enlil’s sons, named Ishku, also known as Adad. According to Alford’s statements, this was the Anunnaki representative who later stayed in touch with his chosen people, through a radio transmission-reception device, called in the Bible the Ark of the Covenant.

In Boulay’s opinion, the Ark was, in fact, a radio transmitter, and the author considered it very significant that it had to be built following very precise instructions, before the tablets with the Ten Commandments were placed inside. “It is believed that the tablets contained the power source needed to activate the radio transmitter.”

It is possible that a verse from the Old Testament (Numbers, 7:89) described the place where the microphone of the radio transmitter was located:

“When Moses entered the tent of meeting to speak with the Lord, he heard the voice speaking to him from the atonement cover that was placed on the Ark of the Testimony, between the two cherubs.” And he was talking to the Lord.

The nuclear catastrophe of the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah

Sodom and Gomorrah afire. Wikipedia

Since their Enlilite “gods” had failed to defend them from the invading coalition armies, it is possible that the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah betrayed them, siding with Marduk. Whatever the reasons, it is certain that Enlil, along with his sons Ninurta and Adad, was preparing a few years later to launch their nuclear weapons against the two cities in retaliation. But, in gratitude for the services that Abraham had provided in the past, they decided to warn him about the misfortune that would befall the two cities.

As described in Genesis 18, Jehovah came to Abraham, warning him that the two cities would be destroyed because they had turned away from him. The proof that the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah was premeditated can be found in this prevention, which is corroborated with the bargain between Jehovah and Abraham, during which Jehovah, at the request of Abraham, reduced the number of the righteous, whose presence within the walls of the cities could have led to their salvation, from fifty to ten.

This warning is highlighted by the fact that Lot, who was in Sodom, was also warned about the fate of the city by two “angels,” although in the Hebrew language, the original word mal’akhim meant only “sent.” The lot and his family fled to the mountains, as they had been ordered, but the effects of the terrible cataclysm affected his family as well.

According to Genesis 19:26, Lot’s wife, who had remained behind the others, was changed into a “pillar of salt.” Sitchin noted that, in the Sumerian language, the original word that the Jewish scribes had translated as “salt” also meant “steam.” Then, Lot’s wife was turned into steam by the explosion that destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah. Lot and the rest of his family may have been spared the effects of the nuclear blast, either because they were sheltered by a hilltop or something similar.

During the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, it was common for some of their victims, who had been sheltered from the shock of the initial blast, to survive, while other people, who were not protected, were vaporized. Meanwhile, Abraham, who was a few kilometers away in the mountains, looked down and saw a thick column of smoke rising to the sky like from a furnace.

Another result of the bombardment may have been the appearance of a crevasse at the southern end of the Dead Sea, which not only covered the bombarded cities with salt water but also created the shallow southern section of the sea, which appeared under the Lisan Peninsula.

The evidence that supports the theory of the launch of a devastating nuclear attack comes from the statements of archaeologists, who claim (after studying the evidence discovered) that the surrounding settlements were suddenly abandoned around 2040 BC, and that it was discovered that the water of the springs near the Dead Sea still has levels of radioactivity that are harmful to health.

Simultaneously with the destruction of the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, it was targeted with the atomic bomb and the space center in the Sinai Peninsula; this was done so that it would not fall intact into the hands of Marduk. It is possible that other targets, unrecorded and still undiscovered, also suffered from the nuclear explosions.

According to the accounts of Sitchin, Alford, and other authors, the nuclear explosion produced in the Sinai Peninsula determined both the appearance of unnaturally deep chasms on its territory — chasms that can still be seen from space — and a multitude of scorched rocks that are in that area. Referring to this, Alford stated: “In eastern Sinai, millions of blackened rocks are found spread over tens of miles.” There is no doubt that these rocks did not turn black from natural causes. The photographs taken demonstrate that the rocks are blackened only on the surface.

The nuclear explosion destroyed the entire Sumerian civilization

Nuclear explosions also had unexpected consequences. A radioactive cyclone was created and headed north, crossing all of Mesopotamia and destroying all life forms, thus ending the existence of the Sumerian civilization. Conventional history states that mighty Sumer, which emerged some 6,000 years ago, evaporated as suddenly as it had appeared, being absorbed by the new empires of Babylon and Assyria.

The Sumerian texts, however, tell a much more horrific story. According to the various “lamentations” translated by the scholar Kramer, specialized in the study of Sumerian history, in their content it was said:

“Over the land of Sumer a disaster has befallen, one unknown to man; one that had never been seen before and one that could not be faced. A great storm broke out of the sky… one that destroyed the earth…

An evil wind, like a torrent flowing down a valley… A destructive storm, to which was joined a very great heat… during the day it deprived the Earth of the bright rays of The sun, and at night the stars did not shine in the sky… People, terrified, could hardly breathe; because the evil wind that caught them in its claws does not leave them even a day to live… Their mouths were biting with blood, and their heads were drenched in blood. Their faces were pale under the touch of the evil wind.

He led to the desertion of the cities, the desolation of the houses; the stalls were devastated; the stables were empty… Through the rivers of Sumer, bitter water flowed because of him; weeds grew on the cultivated plains of the country, and waste plants grew on its pastures… Thus, all the gods left the city of Uruk; they kept away from him; they were hiding in the mountains; they were fleeing to distant plains.

The Anunnaki have left Earth

This single great storm of radioactive fallout destroyed the world’s first great civilization. The nuclear Armageddon triggered by the Anunnaki destroyed their millennium-old Eden colony. One theory was that the Anunnaki, shocked by the consequences of the disaster they had caused, retreated to an enclave in the Sinai Peninsula, where most decided to return home to the planet they came from, leaving probably only a small group behind, to look after and preserve the installations there.

The survivors of this holocaust had to face a period of regression of civilization, of barbarism. The people left alive did everything they could and, with the help of the remaining things, began to rebuild their civilizations, a process that took place extremely slowly, without benefiting from the help of the “gods.” Abraham and his people moved away from the destroyed region, heading south, where, at the age of one hundred, he conceived Isaac, thanks to his hybrid genes. Jacob, Isaac’s son, became known as Israel, a name that soon came to be used to designate his entire people.

After about 35 generations of Israelites had handed down oral accounts of the above events from generation to generation, they were finally recorded in the Hebrew language. And then, as they usually say, everything is known to us from history.

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