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An Annunaki-based Question

 
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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Ooops here´s the address for the encyclopedia:
[link to psd.museum.upenn.edu]
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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To me, it´s obvious the history of Man´s evolution is one of extra-terrestrial intervention...
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12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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Depends on what you mean by "extra-terrestrial." Pretty much anything that doesn´t come from Terra, is "extra-terra."
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12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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Combine that with the serpent-kundalini symbolism that runs through Sumerian and Egyptian art and it becomes pretty clear there were a special ruling class of people back then who were psychic beings. I´ve met some of their descendants.
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1691,

Care to elaborate?
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To understand the serpent-kunalini symbolism I recommend Joseph Campbell´s books. In short, the snake represents sexual energy.

People who have these psychic abilites are all around us. They tend to be morally superior, although not in any conventional sense.

Here´s an example:

[link to tinyurl.com]
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1691,

Remote viewers? You mean people gifted with extra-sensory gifts?
Anonymous Coward
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Yes. This was originally what set apart the ruling class.
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Well, that seems pretty biblical as well, since it´s my contention they were angels, and in the case of the Annunaki and Igigi, they were more specifically the fallen angels (also known as the sons of God in the Genesis 6:2 verse, although not all sons of God were necessarily "fallen". Only the ones that tinkered with us genetically and/or sexually, appear to have been in error, initially).
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12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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Your question might seem more creditable if you spell Anunnaki right. Why does everyone spell it wrong. Go to Sitchin´s official site, first paragraph and you´ll see the correct spelling is Anunnaki NOT Annunaki.

[link to www.sitchin.com]
Xenshin
12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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Hi OP, I would also like to add your info that the name for Sumer (Summeria) can be translated to "The Land of the Watchers". The Egyptian name Neteru, is a literal translation of "Watchers" as the legends clame they arrived with "heavenly boats" i.e. a flying spaceship derrived from ancient technology.

The "Watchers" are also found in the Book of Enoch and Genesis 6 that chose to co-habitate with the "daughters of men" and bring about the race of giants called the Nephilim or "fallen ones".
to 924
12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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And YOU Sir ARE A TWEEB.
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12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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942,

I apologize. I´ve been studying them for quite awhile now and just got in the habit of spelling it that way. Anyway, "ad hominem" arguments don´t play well when the premise is perfectly valid.
ooppss
12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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should have been 942
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These special abilities are now often used for exploitative purposes. What was a potential gift has become a curse. It´s too easy for some to exploit those still in the "dark".
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Xenshin,

Ah yes, I recall reading about Neteru. The quote in which it was found was from the Egyptian Book of the Dead, correct? Concerning Enoch, I usually just bundle Enoch and Jasher under the "pseudopigraphical books," so that anyone interested in the subject realizes I´m taking the various hebrew histories into consideration when presenting the concept and not strictly the bible and/or sumerian/akkadian/babylonian cuneiforms.
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1691,

Do you honestly believe they (referring to the fallen angels now and not some poor human who has nephilim ancestors) ever stopped using it for exploitation? I sure don´t. That was their trademark down through history.
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ooppss

Nope, just factual. To many people spell it wrong and it looks silly. Sorry!
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942,

Eek. I want ...to...correct.. your ...grammar, but ...must ...resist..the urge. hf
Anonymous Coward
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"An Annunaki-based Question"


So where´s the question?
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16684,

Perhaps it would´ve been better titled, "Anunnaki Theory." The question is whether or not the Anunnaki Igigi actually stayed up in their craft, per Sitchin´s theory or interacted physically with humans. I believe the word itself reveals the answer to that question.
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12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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1622

My grammar is quite adequate!

Please note, you can´t even spell grammar right!
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12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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942,

Hrm. "Grammar." "Grammar." Seems the same to me. ;) Interesting conversation we are having. :)
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12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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Why do threads tend to degenerate into this type of sniping?
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1622

As stated, my grammar is quite adequate!
Xenshin
12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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>>>>The quote in which it was found was from the Egyptian Book of the Dead, correct?

I do believe so. It seems as though many cultures seem the carry their own "Book of the Dead". Even Lovecraft has his.

Neteru also pertains to the "gods" or "goddesses". Since it also means "Watchers", perhaps the Annunaki also pertains to the Watchers since it means gods in plural form? Do you think they have anything to do with the modern day theory of Reptilians or "Dracos"?

The Hebrew "Elohim" and "Adonai" also carries the same plural connotations.

The Book of Enoch also happens to predate the edited Biblical cannon, which is...interesting.
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12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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942,

For me, yes, your grammar is quite adequate. For you, it probably wouldn´t be if I were the one saying it. hf

What exactly disturbs you about the concepts I´m advancing here, other than the fact they disagree in some small way with one of Sitchin´s theories?
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1622

Really, have you looked at your grammar and sentence structure? You have your nerve to criticize mine!
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12/08/2005 10:13 AM
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Xenshin,

I did a bit of study on the meaning of the word, "Anunnaki," as well. Sitchin says it means, "Those who from Heaven to Earth came." But actually, the roots of the word reveal its meaning.

"An" was the premier sumerian god, also called "inu" in akkadian, which, by the way, also translates to "Igi" and therefore "eye." "An" is also translated at some point as "Heaven."

"Ki" was the "wife" of "An" in some texts and is also translated as "Earth," at some point.

So the Annunaki could also be called "the children of An and Ki." (The children of Heaven and Earth, et.al, the nephilim).

There´s a small problem with that, particularly because the nephilim were not the fallen angels, but rather the offspring of the fallen angels and humans (human hybrids). It may just be a case of generalization somewhere along the line, combining both the children and their parents into one package, for racial definition.
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942,

Fascinating. :)

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