Besides, what makes you think that the leaking of information regarding the existence of an intelligent alien race would cause either panic or unity? Perhaps Mr Sitchin is ignorant of this event. Anonymous The level of this debate is, as someone said, noteworthy in its civility and erudition. But in the Western education system, driven relentlessly by Judeo-Christian monotheistic beliefs, any teacher who would carelessly admit to the possible existence of ancient gods would be rapidly dismissed. There is simply no way a big planet so close to Earth could have escaped astronomers' detection … even amateur astronomers, who even Lieder and Hazlewood must realize have no reason to lie … all these decades. We, the humans of today, refer to these beings as the God of the Bible. For example, why do historians consider some people mythical not real and others gods.
It made me wonder how they all heard about these gods. I put this down to the fact that he is very passionate about his work. Initially it was heavy, and tedious, but I think the end is worth it. I was awestruck when I read the similarities between Enuma Elish or the Epic of Creation and the Genesis in the Old Testament. How could I come by translations of these texts so I can judge for myself? Scholars have told us that the first civilisation on Earth emerged in a land called Sumer some 6000 years ago.
The question that I have to ask is; did the translations inform the theory or did the theory inform the translations? Where the book fails a bit is how it concentrates a bit too much on the details and hammers them with repetative overload. If science can satisfactorily provide that link, then I may be swayed to believe otherwise — but to date, I have heard no plausible explanation coming out of the laboratories that satisfies the question how, almost overnight, human beings took a giant leap forwards by pretty much becoming what they are today. Why did early cultures need to write so much about gods? You asked if anyone had a better answer: I have one. It takes the reader on a shocking but revealing journey through the Bible and the Christian religion. Is all of this a deliberate plan of beings from another planet? Tellinger has undertaken a task that I had given serious thought to on more than one occasion. He reaches Abzu South Africa and starts to mine gold, they name Earth as Ki and Mars as Lahmu. If you have strongly held religious beliefs this book will just piss you off.
There is always the supreme god responsible for creating the world, his sons and daughters, and their offspring. Tellinger has undertaken a task that I had given serious thought to on more than one occasion. Good to see you are not afraid of the Illuminati. Loved the thoughts it invoked, and the implications it will have when proven. After all Neanderthal remains have been found in the Middle East dating back beyond 60 000 years before present, a time when the Anunnaki were supposedly at the height of their presence.
That seemed like a plausible solution to me, and I was satisfied for a while. Tellingers' work about the ancient 'living gods' is extremely timely and right on. Earth happens to be situated right in the middle of that band at the moment the band moves. I can say, however, juxtaposed with my own truth, some of his stories are trivial. I'll go back now and read Zecharia Sitchin's translations which Tellinger took from, anyhow.
Either way, the fossil record is not our only means of determining heredity. Later on reintroduce those assumptions as fact. I know that some of his statements may sound suspect… sounding as if he is declaring absolutes rather than accepted theories. He spent much of his early years in the arts performing on stage and screen. I'd love it if ancient Sumerian texts support all this.
But when one's theory is proven wrong, it's time to go back to the drawing board, using what lessons you have taken from the failure, and produce something else, something better. Please offer any suggestions you have as to expand on my measly examples!! Stanley Miller and Harold Urey attempted to recreate the environmental and atmospheric conditions of the early Earth. The puzzle of the ancient gods is a crucial element in the quest for our origins. Let me also ask, why has it been 2,000 years since god has physically appeared before someone of international stature, or anyone else for that matter, and had a conversation with them? He has been trained in critical thinking and the scientific process. With regards to the knowledge the Dogons allegedly have, I simply don't care enough about this anymore to go and look up the information I need to refute the claim. The book proves that we have without a doubt been manipulated. Recent re-analysis of Miller's original specimens have yielded traces of 22 amino acids, 5 amines and an assortment of hydroxylated molecules.
Research the material and you will see their conclusions are totally accurate and far closer than the orthodoxy we have been fed cradle to grave in our 'understanding' of history. He identifies a recently discovered complex of sophisticated ruins in South Africa, complete with thousands of mines, as the city of Anunnaki leader Enki and explains their lost technologies that used the power of sound as a source of energy. This title contains well researched material full of ground-breaking facts. I can say, however, juxtaposed with my own truth, some of his stories are trivial. Western children are brought up believing in things like Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny, and when they grow up, some are just as easily led to believe that Earth is only 6000 years old or that global warming is a hippie conspiracy.