20,000-year-old ancient Sumerian clay tablets—which mention the ‘real’ history of Earth—describe how our species was CREATED much sooner than mainstream scholar suggest, by beings which came from elsewhere in the cosmos.
Today there are two sorts of people: those who look at the origins of life from a ‘scientific’ point of view, and argue that life on Earth started millions of years ago and that mankind eventually evolved from microorganisms into an ‘advanced species” we are today.
Others argue that life was created by divine intervention. Life on Earth is the result of God, a divine being that created everyting—Earth, the moon, our solar system and the entire universe.
Basically, we were created—according to religion—by a far superior being.
Genesis 1:27 reads: “So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.”
We have two prevailing theories that explain what mankind is doing on Earth. Scientifically speaking, we have still not found evidence of life anywhere else, so it’s kinda difficult to prove that theory.
If we take a look at religion, we will come across something it’s practically impossible to prove, yet there are millions of people scattered across the globe who firmly believe mankind—and everything around us—was created by God.
If we were to discover of alien life in the solar system tomorrow, how would religion survive the discovery?
Curiously, there are several ancient texts—which predate the bible, and modern religion—which state mankind WAS created. For example, Popol Vuh, the sacred book fo the ancient Maya literally says mankind was CREATED by beings.
These beings who created mankind are referred to in the Popol Vuh as “the Creator, the Former, the Dominator, the Feathered-Serpent, they-who-engender, they-who-give-being, hovered over the water as a dawning light.”
In the Quran we find the following:
. Verse 96.1: “read in the name of God who created”;
. Verse 96.2: “created man from a clinging substance”;
. Verse 96.3: “read and your God, the most generous”;
. Verse 96.4: “who taught by the pen”;
. Verse 96.5: “Taught man what he did not knew.”
This is why we ask again, who were these Gods? Is it possible that some of the oldest writings on Earth –from Ancient Summer— can help us understand mankind’s origin?
If we put aside both of the above-mentioned theories we will find room for one more—which according to many is as acceptable as the two previous ones.
Mankind: Created by a civilization from elsewhere in the universe.
This controversial theory is as acceptable as the other two.
Ancient mankind—product of the ancient Anunnaki?
What if controversial author Sitchin was right?
It starts with the planet Nibiru, whose long, elliptical orbit brings it near Earth once every 3,600 years or so. The planet’s inhabitants were technologically advanced humanlike beings, Mr. Sitchin argued in 2010 interview with the New York Times, standing about nine feet tall.
Some 450,000 years ago, they detected reserves of gold in southeast Africa and made a colonial expedition to Earth, splashing down in what is now the Persian Gulf.
Mr. Sitchin added: these Nibiru-ites recruited laborers from Earth’s erect primates to build eight great cities. Enki, who became the Sumerians’ god of science, bestowed some of the Nibiru-ites’ advanced genetic makeup upon these bipeds so they could work as miners.
This is how Mr. Sitchin explains what scientists attribute to evolution. He says the aliens’ cities were washed away in a great flood 30,000 years ago, after which they began passing on their knowledge to humans. He showed a photograph of a woodcarving from 7,000 B.C. of a large man handing over a plow to a smaller man: Ah, the passing on of agricultural knowledge. Anyway, he said, the Nibiru-ites finally jetted home in their spacecraft, around 550 B.C.
“This is in the texts; I’m not making it up, concluded Sitchin.”
In his book The Cosmic Code, Sitchin writes:
“There was a time, the Sumerians told, when civilized Man was not yet on Earth, when animals were only wild and undomesticated and crops were not yet cultivated. At that long ago time there arrived on Earth a group of fifty Anunnaki. Lead by a leader whose name was E.A. (meaning “Whose home is water “) they journeyed from their home planet NIBIRU (“planet of crossing”) and, reaching Earth, splashed down in the waters of the Persian Gulf… The time: 445,000 years ago.”
The Anunnaki Timeline – Coming to Earth: (According to Sitchin)
After long wars, the atmosphere of Nibiru began to deteriorate and became a hostile place for life, The Anunnaki needed gold to repair their atmosphere. According to researchers, we can use gold nanoparticles to repair our damaged ozone layer.
The Anunnaki aliens landed on Earth and established their base in Eridu, wanting to extract gold from the Persian Gulf. They were led by Enki, son of Anu.
Gold production fell, which made Anu come to Earth. Beside him, his other son Enlil arrived. Anu decided that mining would take place in Africa and promoted Enlil in charge of the Terran mission.
400,000 A. C.
In southern Mesopotamia were seven developed nations. Among the most important were: “Sipar”, “Nippur” and “Shuruppak”. After the metal was refined, the ore was transported from Africa with ‘ships’ and sent into orbit.
Curiously, the ancient Sumerian King List—one of the most interesting ancient texts ever found on our planet which details with great accuracy the rulers of the ancient Sumerian Civilization—describes Kings—Beings—who ruled over Earth living for thousands of years.
From the Sumerian King List, we read: “…After the kingship descended from heaven, the kingship was in Eridug. In Eridug, Alulim became king; he ruled for 28800 years. Alaljar ruled for 36000 years. 2 kings; they ruled for 64800 years.”
This ancient document describes a time on Earth when unknown beings lived for thousands of years and ruled over the ancient cities of the region. Researchers have not been able to explain why the unique list blends mythical pre-dynastic rulers with historical rulers who are known to have existed and as such have mixed feelings when it comes to the interpretation of the Sumerian King list.