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The Annunaki and the Myth of a 12th Planet

The Annunaki and the Myth of a 12th Planet
By Neil Freer | ufo.whipnet.org Received from Light Eye Sumerian Culture and the Annunaki Working from the same archaeological discoveries, artifacts, and recovered records as archaeologists and linguists have for two hundred years, Sitchin propounds – proves, in the opinion of this author -- that the Anunnaki (Sumerian: “those who came down from the heavens”; Old testament Hebrew, Anakeim, Nefilim, Elohim; Egyptian: Neter), an advanced civilization from the tenth planet in our solar system, splashed down in the Persian gulf area around 432,000 years ago, colonized the planet, with the purpose of obtaining large quantities of gold. Some 250,000 years ago, the recovered documents tell us, their lower echelon miners rebelled against the conditions in the mines and the Anunnaki directorate decided to create a creature to take their place. Eventually, we became so numerous that some of us were expelled from the Anunnaki city centers, gradually spreading over the planet. Article from:

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