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Message Subject Nibiru live FLORIDA?
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Annu people
The man wears the distinctive head gear of Ainu elders,  
the same worn by Micmac Ainu elders of Canada and 
by the Annu chiefs of the ancient Upper Nile.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78054256

Some history lessons are only lies.
The grandson of an Ainu elder living in Eastern Canada reports that not all the native people of North America came via the land bridge from Siberia. His Miqmaq people came via Scandinavia, a fact that has been confirmed by DNA studies (Haplogroup X2b5). This explains the common clothing style and decorative motifs and the close resemblance of the signs in the Ainu and Habiru/Hebrew scripts .
Habiru means Nibiru.(annunaki) (angels) (Fallen angels).
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78054256

Anu is Kasyapa his daughter was called Danu.
Thus there is an anomaly which,I am pleased to report,is easily resolved when we learn that Kasyapa means sky Father and so does Anu !In Sumeria the elder and the younger God are called the offspring of ANU - hence the Annunaki-and the elder God's are led by Enki,whilst the younger God's are led by Enlil his brother.Enkis followers are the asher,corresponding to the Asura of the Aryans,the Aesir of the Danes and the Aes Danu-the Tuadha d`Anu of the Irish.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78054256

Tolkien’s word Ainur means the "Holy Ones" of which the singular is Ainu. There are two orders of these gods in his mythology - the Valar and the Maiar. The plural Ainur and the singular Ainu are clearly derived from the Sumerian father of the gods - Anu and the Anunnaki, whilst Valar appears in the Aryan pantheon as Vala "The encircler", reminiscent of the Orobourus, the alchemical Dragon Ring that Tolkien wrote so much about. We will also remember the Val-Kyrie at this juncture.
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