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Ancient Sumerian Annunaki Tree of Life 200x200 Ancient Sumerian Anunnaki Gods From the Sky

Ancient Sumerian Annunaki Tree of Life 200x200 Ancient Sumerian Anunnaki Gods From the Sky

The 14 Tablets Of Enki The Anunnaki | RiseEarth ~ The Anunnaki appear to believe in evolution of their own species although there is reference to a “creator of all”. In the tablet discussions on creating a primitive worker (Adam and Eve), a “father of all beginnings” is mentioned as the sole creator of life. Despite this belief in a supreme being, their apparent belief in evolution could explain why, despite their advance technology and knowledge...

The 14 Tablets Of Enki The Anunnaki | RiseEarth ~ The Anunnaki appear to believe in evolution of their own species although there is reference to a “creator of all”. In the tablet discussions on creating a primitive worker (Adam and Eve), a “father of all beginnings” is mentioned as the sole creator of life. Despite this belief in a supreme being, their apparent belief in evolution could explain why, despite their advance technology and knowledge...

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..nothing can be proven about the surprising astronomical knowledge (Sirius A n B) of the Dogon Tribe… but one must remember the astonishing resemblance between the Nommo and the legends from Indian, Greek and Mesopotanian Mythology, also talking about fish-like creatures (see Oannes and Matsya) that came from the sky and brought knowledge to mankind

..nothing can be proven about the surprising astronomical knowledge (Sirius A n B) of the Dogon Tribe… but one must remember the astonishing resemblance between the Nommo and the legends from Indian, Greek and Mesopotanian Mythology, also talking about fish-like creatures (see Oannes and Matsya) that came from the sky and brought knowledge to mankind

Image of the Sumerian god Enki, with characteristic symbols: bird, goat and water flows

Image of the Sumerian god Enki, with characteristic symbols: bird, goat and water flows

Ivory Assyrian plaque that dates back to the 8th century BC. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, NY. Photo by Babylon Chronicle

Ivory Assyrian plaque that dates back to the 8th century BC. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, NY. Photo by Babylon Chronicle

Tilo Driessen - Isfahan

Tilo Driessen - Isfahan

Sumerian stele of Ur Nammu - from ancient city of Ur, Mesapotamian culture

Sumerian stele of Ur Nammu - from ancient city of Ur, Mesapotamian culture

Cleopatra's underwater palace, Egypt

Cleopatra's underwater palace, Egypt

An Assyrian bas-relief showing a man traversing a waterway with a breathing…

An Assyrian bas-relief showing a man traversing a waterway with a breathing…

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