Vatic Note: Lots going on now, so digging into deep research as done by Zeharia has now become important. Please take what you can from it and make up your own mind. Both mythology, archeology, and scientific breakthroughs have changed much in how we see ourselves relative to the universe. Gathering and analyzing information is the only thing anymore that we can count on, so please do so, as we are on our own. This man has spent decades studying these archeological remnants of advanced societies that predate those we originally thought were the first in advanced societies.
I wonder sometimes, what was really in the library of Alexandra that was destroyed. It would have been interesting to find out what was documented and recorded in there. By the way there is very little difference between what is written in the Bible and what is found in acheological digs. Summarian writings come to mind. I often wonder what artifacts that were stolen out of Iraq by the bankers and some of the higher up military. Nothing taken was recorded as having been taken or what they took. There is no record, only a record of the fact that artifacts were taken from their museum.
Zecharia Sitchin, Anunnaki and Planet X Nibiru
May 22, 2008
In 1976 Zecharia Sitchin published The Twelfth Planet, which supplied an array of evidence to support the assertion that the earth had been visited by ancient alien astronauts in its past. Sitchin based his conclusions on the written records of Sumer, the sudden civilization that sprang up virtually overnight in the Tigris-Euphrates Valley of modern Iraq. Historians cant begin to plausibly explain how Sumerians were transformed from Stone Age farmers to extremely sophisticated city dwellers almost instantly around 5,000 years ago. The mystery is so deep and so profound, few historians dare attempt to deal with it.
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Sumerians used a cleverly subtle graphic technique known as kuniform, which is readily acknowledged as the first form of writing. The wedges were pressed into clay tablets that were then put into the first clay ovens and fired into stone to provide what became the gold standard of knowledge in all subsequent cultures: written in stone.
Historians are so baffled by the things Sumerians wrote, they classify nearly all of it as myth, nothing more than flights of fancy by surprisingly creative primitives.
Sitchin rejected the myth title officially applied to Sumerian writings, and treating them as the true history Sumerians said they were. Taking a close look he found an astonishing array of facts that could be corroborated by modern research. What he found was literally mind-boggling in 1976, and it remains so today.
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