Anunnaki and Nibiru: The Origins of Civilization? Part 2
In the first part of Anunnaki and Nibiru: The Origins of Civilization?, we discussed how they, a race of humanoid extraterrestrials from the planet Nibiru, had come to primitive Earth in order to mine gold. However, in order to quell a rebellion amongst their working class, their leadership had to find a new way to get the grueling labor of everyday mine work done. Their solution was primitive man, but Homo erectus as he’s come to be called, was not smart enough or strong enough to get things done, so the Anunnaki had to kick man’s evolution into high gear. How did they do so? Well, they just injected some of their DNA into the equation. The Anunnaki decided to play the part of the gods that most primitive humans already thought they were, and created new life through crossbreeding.
The accounts of how the crossbreeding was carried out vary. Some say that Anunnaki males, already infatuated with the purity and beauty of Earth’s women, impregnated them and that their children were the first Homo sapiens, from who we are all descendents. Other accounts say that the Anunnaki took the seed of men and implanted it into some of their women, who in turn gave birth to our current evolutionary incarnations. These theories vary depending on the theorist’s view of the Anunnaki.
Some believe that the Anunnaki were a cruel and dictatorial race, that enjoyed enslaving men, genetically engineered entire species just for fun, raped our women, and created all of our religions and all of their doctrines (the Bible, the Koran etc.) just to shape our social development to their ideals. The people in that camp tend to believe that Homo sapiens came from Anunnaki impregnating earth women. On the other side of the coin, it is believed that while the Anunnaki weren’t exactly the nicest species in the universe, they had some sympathy and love for humankind and chose to carry our next evolutionary step in the wombs of their Queens. Both factions share some beliefs, such as the Anunnaki being responsible for religion, and their tampering with our gene pool for the benefit of their workers, but one side clearly has a more sinister view of our “ancestors”.
So now that the Anunnaki had made an entire new race to work their mines, they ran into the same problem that any business with a lot of workers would run into: controlling their work force. To do so, the Anunnaki took early man’s idea that they were gods to the next level, and began to act as if that was the case. They installed the most intelligent of the humans as Kings and other forms of royalty, and had them run their work force for them. The idea that early kings were following divine orders is believed to come from the Anunnaki (viewed as “the gods”) giving their orders to them so that they could pass it down to their subjects (the working class). How did they then get their product? Simple, they were paid “tributes” of gold and whatever else they wanted in exchange for knowledge, technology, and not destroying us. Again, the two views of Anunnaki conflict, with one side thinking this was all done so that even after they no longer visited the earth, the Anunnaki’s influence would be felt, while the other simply sees it all as a sort of business strategy. Maybe, like we do, they had many individuals and groups competing for a variety of interests, good and bad.
It’s clear that the story of the Anunnaki makes sense, and was well thought out, but is there any proof? What do the scholars that came up with these theories point to as their proof that they existed and influenced us? Find out in the final part of Anunnaki and Nibiru: The Origins of Civilization? Part 3