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Ancient Sumerian knowledge: Where we came from

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posted on Mar, 1 2005 @ 08:54 AM
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The Biblical verses dealing with the fashioning of The Adam are condensed renderings of much more detailed Sumerian and Akkadian texts, found etched on clay tablets, in which the role of the Elohim in Genesis is performed by the Anunnaki "Those Who From Heaven to Earth Came." Inscribed in Cuneiform, the worlds first written language, these Sumerian tablets and cylinder seals have been available since the 1800's and are currently dispersed among many museums worldwide.

In his Earth Chronicles series, Zacharia Sitchin, an expert in ancient Semitic and Hebrew languages, offers the premise that mythology is the repository of ancient memory, the Bible is a historic and scientific document, and ancient civilizations were the product of knowledge given to the people by the Anunnaki. In Sitchin's words, "The Anunnaki came to Earth some 450,000 years ago from the planet Nibiru, a member of our own solar system whose great orbit brings it to our part of the heavens once every 3,600 years. They came here in need of gold, with which to protect their dwindling atmosphere. Exhausted and in need of help in mining the gold, their chief scientist Enki suggested that they use their genetic knowledge to create the needed Primitive Workers.... to upgrade genetically the existing hominids, who were already on Earth through Evolution, by adding some of the genes of the more advanced Anunnaki."


As outrageous as this sounds, Sitchin's interpretations do something that few religions are able to do... bridge the gap between creation myths and modern evolutionary theories. Having mapped the human genome and conducted genetic engineering ourselves, it is now plausible to consider that another race had fashioned us in a similar manner. This interpretation not only clarifies the origin of creation stories in many subsequent religions, but also solves the problem of the "missing link" which still plagues Darwinists to this day.

Having mapped the human genome and conducted genetic engineering ourselves, it is now plausible to consider that another race had fashioned us in a similar manner. This interpretation not only clarifies the origin of creation stories in many subsequent religions, but also solves the problem of the "missing link" which still plagues Darwinists to this day.more

[edit on 1-3-2005 by TrueLies]




posted on Mar, 9 2005 @ 10:50 PM
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"As outrageous as this sounds, Sitchin's interpretations do something that few religions are able to do... bridge the gap between creation myths and modern evolutionary theories."

Christianity is not worried about bridging a gap between itself and some 'johnny come lately' idea that doesnt even qualify as a theory, that people cling to with great faith.
But then, christianity is not a religion
It is a relationship with the actual creator

But if you find it easier to believe you came from a monkey and a ufo then to believe you were made by something you cant see..( ?? ) then go ahead.





 
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