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Anunnaki

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The Anunnaki are mythological beings mentioned in Middle Eastern and Mesopotamian mythology, notably that of the Sumerians, Assyrians, and Babylonians. They are involved in the Babylonian creation myth. Altogether uninteresting for years until...

Appeal to cranks[edit]

The Bible code people feel that the Anunnaki are the nephilim.[1] But wait, the madness doesn't stop there! Apparently the Anunnaki tie into Zecharia Sitchin and the Planet X/Nibiru silliness and of course earth changes.[2] The home planet of the Anunnaki is the tenth planet and is called Nibiry Anu. The Anunnaki built the Egyptian pyramids at Giza, nuked Mesopotamia, could bring the dead back to life, the weirdness just goes on.[3]

The Anunnaki will return in 2022 or the world will end then, yet again or something.[4]

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References[edit]

  1. Hiddencodes
  2. Nibiru & Anunnaki—The Return
  3. History of the Anunnaki
  4. 2022 Anunnaki Code: End Of The World Or Their Return To Earth ?, Maximillien de Lafayette, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2008, ISBN 978-1438213132