This planet is called Nibiru although Jupiter was the planet associated with the god Marduk in Babylonian cosmology. This collision supposedly formed the planet Earth, the asteroid belt , and the comets. He wrote that they evolved after Nibiru entered the solar system, and they first arrived on Earth probably , years ago, looking for minerals, especially gold , which they found and mined in Africa. Sitchin states that these "gods" were the rank-and-file workers of the colonial expedition to Earth from planet Nibiru. According to Sitchin, Enki the Sumerian god of water and human culture suggested that to relieve the Anunnaki, who had mutinied over their dissatisfaction with their working conditions, that primitive workers Homo sapiens be created by genetic engineering as slaves to replace them in the gold mines by crossing extraterrestrial genes with those of Homo erectus. Sitchin believes that fallout from nuclear weapons , used during a war between factions of the extraterrestrials, is the "evil wind" described in the Lament for Ur that destroyed Ur around BC.
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Start your review of Genesis Revisited Earth Chronicles, 4. Its a ridiculous show but I love it anyway According to him millions of years ago Aliens known as Anunnaki came Earth from either Mars or a still undiscovered 10th planet in our solar system created us and gave us all of our knowledge.
That is where I stand with this work by Sitchin. He believes that an alien race created human beings on earth and we can find hints to this in the ancient religious texts like the Bible. The author is no dummy, for sure. He knows how to make his position sound plausible.
I was riveted, but not convinced. If his view happened to be true, it would answer a great many mysteries that traditional A great philosopher once said an intelligent person can entertain an idea without accepting it. If his view happened to be true, it would answer a great many mysteries that traditional Christianity has failed to address.
Also, nightmare fuel, if you let it get to you. You know, anywhere where people are getting messages from "aliens" or "spirits" that speak Sumerian. Sitchin fully believes that if you read the Sumerian tablets in their full glory and context, they tell you about Planet X, how it comes into the solar system every however-many millennia and how its inhabitants made us by Inspiration fuel.
Sitchin fully believes that if you read the Sumerian tablets in their full glory and context, they tell you about Planet X, how it comes into the solar system every however-many millennia and how its inhabitants made us by combining what was here with their own DNA. And, for the most part, he makes a good case for it. Thing is, I tend to read stuff like this like creation myth.
And, taken from that angle, it always strikes me positively fascinating. I read The 12th Planet, like, fifteen years ago and remember thinking, basically, "Cool story, bro. But I know more now, and was able to punch holes in a lot more in this book than I remember being able to punch holes in that one.
I enjoyed it anyway. It gave me quite a few more things to look up. And you know what? Having that to think about was worth the whole book for me; it even made up for his crazy talk about Mars structures there at the end. But be cool about it, man. Still, he definitely got me thinking throughout. And, contrary to some evidence, I do enjoy thinking.