The Ancient Anunnaki and mankind’s Forbidden history

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There are some things related to mankind’s lost history and our mysterious amnesic past that is not being talked about in modern history. 


Ancient Anunnaki and Human Evolution


The Ancient Anunnaki and mankind’s Forbidden history 

The story behind the Anunnaki – Those who Anu sent from Heaven to Earth’ – is far more mysterious than anyone is willing to accept. In recent years, and mostly because of the Ancient Astronaut Theory – which proposes that Earth has been visited by advanced Alien civilizations for thousands of years –  the Anunnaki are considered an extremely interesting subject among millions of readers and viewers around the globe.

While many remain skeptical about the existence of the Anunnaki, their influence in the human development, and the reasons why they came to Earth, millions of people around the globe firmly believe that the Anunnaki are the missing link in human history, development, and abrupt evolution.

During an excavation of the Biblical city of Nineveh, a team led by Austen Henry Layard discovered the ruins of the ancient Assyrian library of Ashurbanipal. One of the most important discoveries made during the excavation were a series of cuneiform tablets called the Enűma Eliš, or better known as “The Seven Tablets of Creation”.

The Seven Tablets of Creation tell the story about a group of gods called the Anunnaki who came from the heaven to create the human race.

Information about the Anunnaki is extremely limited and most of the history surrounding their existence are filled with controversy. Today when we read or seek information about the Sumer and the Anunnaki or the people that inhabited that part of the world we come across controversial author Zecharia Sitchin. In 1976, author Sitchin published his personal translations of the Sumerian texts in a series of books called “The Earth Chronicles”.

Are the Ancient Anunnaki the missing link in our amnesic history?

Are the Ancient Anunnaki the missing link in our amnesic history?

According to Sitchin, the clay tablets describe an alien race known as the Anunnaki who came to Earth to mine gold. Sitchin practically suggests that extraterrestrial visited earth in the past because their home-planet needed gold to survive.

In 1976, the late Zecharia Sitchin raised a controversy with the publication of his book “The Twelfth Planet”. In this and subsequent books, Sitchin presented his translations of ancient Sumerian texts which tell an incredible story regarding the origins of mankind on Earth, stories that are completely different to those that most of us learned in school.

The New York times even talked about Nibiru in 1982:

Something out there beyond the farthest reaches of the known solar system seems to be tugging at Uranus and Neptune. Some gravitational force keeps perturbing the two giant planets, causing irregularities in their orbits. The force suggests a presence far away and unseen, a large object that may be the long- sought Planet X. … The last time a serious search of the skies was made it led to the discovery in 1930 of Pluto, the ninth planet.

This year, astronomers detected the long lost planet of our solar system. They have called it “Planet Nine.” The enigmatic Planet (X) orbits our sun at such a distance that it needs between 10,000 – 20,000 years to complete a single orbit around it.

The authors, of the study Michael Brown and Konstantin Batygin, suggest that the smaller bodies located on the edges of the solar system appear to be influenced by the gravity of a hidden planet – a “massive perturber.”


 

Deciphering history… piece by piece

Today, the Anunnaki are considered by many people around the globe as the “founding fathers” of civilization and mankind. Some archeologists even suggest that the Anunnaki have a very important history in south America and the Pre-Inca and Inca civilization. (Remember the Fuente Magna Bowl?) Modern-day archeology does not agree with these theories even though there is plenty of evidence.

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