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posted on May, 21 2013 @ 01:53 AM
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I have been wondering about this for may years and have never found an answer. Maybe one of you might know the answer. What is it that the Anunnaki wear on their arms? At the wrist sometimes it looks like a watch but why would the wear a watch on moth arms. It is also much to large for just a watch as you can see that it goes all the way down the arm and over the elbow and up under the sleeve.
















Any ideas?




posted on May, 21 2013 @ 02:07 AM
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The first thing I noticed is a "watch" on both arms. and the second thing I noticed is, "whats up with the purse?" I could guess a number of things regarding the objects on the wrist, one being perhaps they are a key of some sort for a door or a craft, and the other is maybe connecting the two together at the wrist might channel energy.



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 02:09 AM
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i have wondered that too,,, also those baskets,,, always the baskets,,,,,

also, are they collecting or harvesting,,, would say harvesting,,, pine cones,,,, or pineal glands..
maybe the device is a dimensional syncrhonizer....



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 02:09 AM
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I have no idea, but that last image has a fabulous man bag he has accessorised it with



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 02:17 AM
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One picture would have sufficed, but I thought I would help. Could be a mini computer. Sun dial. Seems to be astrological of sorts.
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posted on May, 21 2013 @ 02:20 AM
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I've been on this conspiracy website for quite some time, and this genuinely peaks my interest. Any idea when those carvings were made?

My guess would be that it definitely was a functional piece, maybe a communicator / teleportation device of some kind. It does have 12 lines on it. Those could represent the 12 signs of the zodiac, or be in place for something as simple as time-keeping.
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posted on May, 21 2013 @ 02:21 AM
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not a watch. Take a look at the first two pictures. They are clearly going from the wrist region up to the elbow and then to the upper arm. Nothing so mundane as a wrist band. It appears to be some kind of mechanism.



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 02:27 AM
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It would have been ahead of its time, as well.


For thousands of years, devices have been used to measure and keep track of time. The current sexagesimal system of time measurement dates to approximately 2000 BC, in Sumer. The Ancient Egyptians divided the day into two 12-hour periods, and used large obelisks to track the movement of the Sun. They also developed water clocks, which were probably first used in the Precinct of Amun-Re, and later outside Egypt as well; they were employed frequently by the Ancient Greeks, who called them clepsydrae.


Wikipedia: History of Timekeeping Devices




This relief in the British Museum shows the Sumerian God Ninurta (also known by other names) in a Gateway (Stargate, Portal). His father was Enlil and his mother, Ninlil. Ninurta is very clearly using his index finger to push something on the wall. He wears two wrist devices, one used for time travel. The emblem around his neck matches the design of the Knights Templar.


Sumer Gods
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posted on May, 21 2013 @ 03:07 AM
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This really has me interested! I never thought of this angle before thank you for that


S&F for you!



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 04:19 AM
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Why can't they be very trendy, carved in stone with the latest gadget. They must work or they would not show their latest tech / status symbol everywhere.

Yet they still hold last years man bag...

I'd love the watches to be an advanced device, capable of things we can only imagine, but...

Metrosexuality isn't a new attitude at all.



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 04:24 AM
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posted on May, 21 2013 @ 04:40 AM
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Originally posted by soulpowertothendegree
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One picture would have sufficed, but I thought I would help. Could be a mini computer. Sun dial. Seems to be astrological of sorts.
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In the first picture, I'm wondering what that is attached to his leg near his foot. It doesn't appear to be a calf muscle...

I also notice in the second picture that the 'men' with wings also show their leg from the knee down where the men without wings legs are totally covered.
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posted on May, 21 2013 @ 07:56 AM
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If you wonder what it is that the Anunnaki wear on their arms, why didn't you post a pic of an Anunnaki?

Your pics are of Abgal (Sumerian) or Apkallu (Akkadian,) which were the "Seven Sages" of Ancient Sumer. Not a single one represents one of the Anunna gods.

Harte



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 11:58 AM
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What Harte said.

Those are different deities, and not part of the Anunnaki. Various "alternative ancient mysteries" sites have identified these figures as Anunnaki, human hybrids, and more... but their names are written on the art and they're well known.

In order to understand what the symbols are, you first have to correctly identify the figure and then look at what their symbols are and what symbols are present in that culture --at that specific time. Time-lumping and culture-lumping is as confusing as trying to blend European fairy tales about wolves with Native American legends of Coyote.



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 12:26 PM
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Originally posted by Byrd
What Harte said.

Those are different deities, and not part of the Anunnaki. Various "alternative ancient mysteries" sites have identified these figures as Anunnaki, human hybrids, and more... but their names are written on the art and they're well known.

In order to understand what the symbols are, you first have to correctly identify the figure and then look at what their symbols are and what symbols are present in that culture --at that specific time. Time-lumping and culture-lumping is as confusing as trying to blend European fairy tales about wolves with Native American legends of Coyote.


My mistake. I thought all the Summer gods/deities/demigods were Anunnaki.



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 02:00 PM
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Originally posted by Harte
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If you wonder what it is that the Anunnaki wear on their arms, why didn't you post a pic of an Anunnaki?

Your pics are of Abgal (Sumerian) or Apkallu (Akkadian,) which were the "Seven Sages" of Ancient Sumer. Not a single one represents one of the Anunna gods.

Harte



Thank you! There are approximately 20 known Sumerian figures that could be identified as "Anunnaki". People seem to think they are simply anybody with Sumerian origins.



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 02:18 PM
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Originally posted by remembering

Originally posted by Byrd
What Harte said.

Those are different deities, and not part of the Anunnaki. Various "alternative ancient mysteries" sites have identified these figures as Anunnaki, human hybrids, and more... but their names are written on the art and they're well known.

In order to understand what the symbols are, you first have to correctly identify the figure and then look at what their symbols are and what symbols are present in that culture --at that specific time. Time-lumping and culture-lumping is as confusing as trying to blend European fairy tales about wolves with Native American legends of Coyote.


My mistake. I thought all the Summer gods/deities/demigods were Anunnaki.


Obviously, you are not alone in that. I blame it on the Stitchins and Ancient Aliens crowds. There is a very robust pantheon of gods and goddesses who are honored by their adherents even today. "Annunaki" is a certain category and not all-inclusive.

I have worst misconceptions about plenty of things so don't feel like you need to apologize even if some of us seem to get our panties in a twist. Take it as a sign to dig into something fun for a couple of hours. You won't regret it.



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 03:35 PM
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names and shames,,,

wow the ancients really liked their side profiles....


its really hard to tell anything from stories that come from the distant past,, we have no,,, context,,,
all about heavenly bulls, and people, crawling in to blowguns, in order to meet the gods,,, not to mention all the talking animals......
by the way, if i simulate a sceptic viewpoint,,, they are just jewelry on their arms, with stylized muscles..

.....but i maybe its a reality balancer,,,



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 07:07 PM
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Are the pictures a mix of Egyptian and Sumerian? If so that is awesome.



posted on May, 22 2013 @ 02:57 AM
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if you think about it, the general pose and style is the same,,, in different cultures,,,
only details separates them,,,, could be a coincidence... but i doubt it....
same for huge stone structures... generally the same,,, decals differ....
its a mysterious world....

sometimes, even the details are the same,,, but on the other hand,, for example flowers look alike,, doesnt prove anything... the same for geometric patterns,,,, but they also appear all over the world,, in nature,, so,,,,







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