posted on Feb, 15 2006 @ 06:43 AM
Laurence Gardner has an interesting hypothesis in 'Genesis of the Grail Kings'.
He explains that the Annunaki came here looking for gold (to fill a hole in their ozone layer, or something to that effect). To that end, they set up
three major refineries, one in Africa (the most productive), one in South America, and one in the Middle East, presumably near Babylon. [For aliens,
they certainly picked the right spots to dig.]
Apparently, when Annunaki labor became rebellious, the team in Africa looked around and said, Hey! We've got some primates down here who could
probably do the job. (That would likely be whatever is right
before humans on the evolutionary chart.)
So, Enki (leader of the gold mining expedition) enlists the aid of his sister or wife, not too sure, Ninhursag. She's the one who, supposedly, mixes
the genes of that primate, and the Annunaki. The result is a race they call the "Adapa"... sound familiar?
If this hypothesis were true, that which makes us different from our closer primate cousins would be what they added.
Originally posted by Enkidu
As far as anyone knows, the only life in the universe is right here on earth and nowhere else.
I'm surprised you feel that way, considering your member name.