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  1. static noise effect
  2. mysterious music
  3. I've been a preacher for more than 30
    years. I've studied and taught through
  4. the book of Genesis many, many times
    in churches all around the world
  5. and I've trained pastors in the skills of
    interpreting texts
  6. and it's very clear they're not stories
    about Gods.
  7. They're stories about the powerful ones in
    the Bible.
  8. And the sky people, the Anunnaki
    and the Sumerian tablets
  9. static noise effect
  10. [Narrator] In 1896 eminent scholar
    Nathaniel Schmidt
  11. was fired from his position
    as Professor of Semitic languages
  12. at Colgate University
  13. For eleven years, this American University
    had enjoyed Nathaniel Schmidt erudition

  14. and Semitic Languages
  15. He delivered numerous courses in Hebrew,
    Aramaic, Coptic, Arabic, Syriac
  16. and other ancient languages besides
  17. In fact, Nathaniel Schmidt was one of
    America's leading scholars in the field
  18. So why, after eleven years
    of outstanding achievement
  19. was he tried for heresy,
  20. and fired from his tenure in 1896?
  21. Though a devout Christian
    and a Baptist pastor
  22. The authorities considered
    that his recent
  23. theological papers had struck
    at the very roots
  24. of two world religions
  25. Christianity and Judaism.
  26. What Nathaniel Schmidt had done wrong
  27. was read the Sumerian and Babylonian
  28. and Assyrian text and notice
    that they were full
  29. of fascinating parallels.
    Stories that occurred there
  30. that were uncannily similar to all
    the stories and beginnings
  31. of the Bible.
  32. Stories like: Adam and Eve
  33. The Fall, Cain and Abel
  34. The Flood, the limiting of human life,
  35. the event of the Tower of Babel,
  36. and Schmidt's work demonstrated that
  37. the Sumerian accounts
  38. and those that follow it
    from nearly 6000 years ago
  39. where in all probability
    the source of all those familiar
  40. biblical stories.
  41. Now, that was a problem
    in the 1890's
  42. because if you think about it
  43. the Church was still reading from
    the after effects of
  44. [Paul] Charles Darwin's
    "On the Origin of Species"
  45. and it is busy
    putting together
  46. new doctrinal basis
  47. and new doctrines
    of biblical inherency
  48. to shore up the ship
  49. So the idea that the Bible
  50. might actually be based
    on somebody else's stories
  51. was a bit of an embarrassment
  52. It shouldn't have been
  53. because Judaism
    and Christianity
  54. both find their roots
  55. in the story of a Sumerian family.
  56. The family of Abraham and Sarah.
  57. Abraham and Sarah
    grew up and spent
  58. the best part of their lives
    in (research name)
  59. A Sumerian culture
  60. and so when they emigrated
    from there
  61. it's hardly surprising that
    they would carry with them
  62. all the stories of beginnings
  63. that they had
    grown up with.
  64. and sew them
    into the foundations
  65. of what was to become
  66. their culture
  67. their religion
  68. and their Bible.
  69. And so, it shouldn't be a surprise
    that in the Bible
  70. we have a summary version
    of all these stories
  71. that pepper the Sumerian, Babylonian
    and Assyrian texts.
  72. The problem and the shock horror
  73. is that the original versions
  74. the Sumerian versions of these stories
    make no mention of God at all.
  75. In the Sumerian originals
    these are stories
  76. of our ancestor's contact
    with another species.
  77. A species called
    The Anunnakki.
  78. [Narrator] Could Judaism
    and Christianity
  79. familiar stories of God
  80. really be a retelling of our
    ancestor's close encounters
  81. with extraterrestrials?
  82. the cuneiform tablets which has fascinated
    Nathaniel Schmidt were first on Earth in 1500.
  83. As colonial powers began to escalate the ancient
    sites of Mesopotamia.
  84. Over the decades had followed some 200,000 clay tablets were uncovered.
  85. The tablets were adorned with strange etchings
    or glyphs
  86. made when the clay was soft.
  87. Scholars of the day divided us to the meanings of these markings
  88. Some believe that the glyphs to be an unknown written language.
  89. Others refuse to accept this.
  90. since the tablets appear to predate any known language.
  91. They presume the markings to be no more than decoration.
  92. And so the tablets were archived,
  93. the secrets were locked away for three centuries.
  94. Until in 1835,
  95. Henry Rawranson arrived. In south western Iran.
  96. Rawranson was a military man. He was employed by the East India Tea Company.
  97. And he was in Iran helping the Shah of Iran to train his troops.
  98. As worth pausing there for a moment because if you thought that
  99. corporations rivaling nations states was something new
  100. take a look at the East India Tea company.
  101. A tea company that's able to move a standing army
  102. around the world and train the armies of nation states.
  103. That's quite a tea company.
  104. In fact, Rawranson presence in Iran wasn't part of quid pro quo for trading rights.
  105. He was there for access to the district of Behistun.
  106. He wanted to find the Behistun inscription
  107. [Narrator] the Behistun inscription was an ancient royal proclamation
  108. carved into a cliff face.
  109. It was written in three known languages Persian, Elamite and Akkadian.
  110. Which was the common language of Mesopotamian cultures.
  111. The inscription expressed all three languages in
    cuneiform script.
  112. It was the translation key that cuneiform tablets have been waiting for.
  113. The memories of the Mesopotamian ancient cultures was suddenly an open book.
  114. The glyphs were not made decoration after all.
  115. They were banking records
  116. business agreements,
  117. shopping lists,
  118. contracts,
  119. recipes,
  120. inventories,
  121. royal histories and the most ancient narrative in the history of the world
  122. It was in these ancient narratives that the source of the bibles familiar stories
  123. began to emarge.
  124. At an academic level Nathaniel Schmidt was in good company,
  125. He was one of the small number who began confronting us with this new layer of our history.
  126. I should mention just to reassure you that shortly after Colgate university fired him
  127. he did get a new job with Cornell University. and he was a professor of Semitic languages for full 36 years.
  128. So, he did land on his feet.
  129. His work continued to argue that the cuneiform reveal that
  130. earliest history are not about god. They are about a prehistoric contact with the Anunnaki.
  131. [Narrator] In the 20th century, the writer Zecharia Sitchin began pouring over the cuneiform texts.
  132. He highlighted the clear implications of the
    Sumerian's stories.
  133. That the Anunnaki were powerful and advanced extraterrestrial species.
  134. Their arrival on planet Earth put them at the top of the terrestrial food chain.
  135. To create a local work force, the Anunnaki used sequences of their own genetic code
  136. to hybridize a primed ancestor into a human, ready to put to work for their Anunnaki masters.
  137. Such an argued the word Anunnaki means those who came from the heavens to Earth.
  138. A phrase that made clear that the
    extraterrestrials origin.
  139. Zecharia Sitchin was not an academic. He was not a PHD or a professor.
  140. He had a degree from the London School of Economics and worked in commerce.
  141. The LSE I should is a pretty august institution
  142. He wrote at a popular level. Let's to say for general audience.
  143. And not with the kind of referencing and footnotes
  144. that you'd expect to see in an academic kind of tome
  145. An academic critics don't like that. They think that slack.
  146. Some might identify mistakes or bias in his work.
  147. And that's then their pretext to disregard his contributions
  148. which is an important one.
  149. Now, some writers in the field reject Sitchin's translation of the word Anunnaki
  150. and they would contend that the word usage
    tells us
  151. that it simply means nobility or royalty.
  152. the rulers
  153. I'm not persuaded by that. It's not that that's not true.
  154. It's just a very partial answer. It's a very lazy explanation.
  155. It simply doesn't ask enough of questions.
  156. Who were the rulers identified by this word?
  157. why is that word associated with the rulers?
  158. You see if yo look at the etymology of the word,
    at it's roots meanings
  159. look at the component parts you have
  160. which means heavens
  161. ki which means Earth.
  162. Anunnaki are those who came from the heavens to the earth.
  163. You can follow the logic ,but even if you didn't have
    the narrative
  164. imbedded in the word itself
  165. as soon as you read the cuneiforms, the stories
  166. unpack that that's exactly what was going on.
  167. And the glyph that they used to indicate the rulers
  168. who come down from the heavens at the beginning of the story
  169. that glyph simply indicates the sky
  170. So, these Anunnaki are from the heavens.
  171. The sky people.
  172. [Narrator] Many of the world's oldest mythologies claim
  173. that the governance of human society began
  174. with dominance over human beings, being
    established by superior beings or gods.
  175. and then the job of rulership is handed over at a later stage
  176. to human governors or kings
  177. Egyptian mythology holds such a narrative
  178. Similarly The Bible speaks of King Sol
  179. as the first human king over the people of god
  180. The Semeirian cuneiforms
  181. also name their first human king Gilgamesh
  182. To be more accurate, Gilgamesh is a transition king
  183. A hybrid of human and annunaki
  184. His name appears on one of the most famous of Mesopotamian artifacts
  185. The Sumerian King's list
  186. Among the shopping lists, legal agreements, business contracts
  187. and all the rest of the cuneiform tablets
  188. There appears what on first inspection
  189. is a dry record of a succesion of kings
    of Sumeria
  190. The most recent entries record reigns of 6 to 36 years
  191. As we go further back on the timeline
  192. the kings list starts running with some odd looking information
  193. because out of the blue
  194. we suddenly read of a dynasty
  195. that lasted 24,510 years 3 months and 3 and a half days
  196. Now that precision absolutely befits Sumerian culture
  197. because its from Semerian culture that
  198. we get 360 degrees in a circle
  199. 60 seconds in a minute
  200. 60 minutes in an hour
  201. so the precision doesn't surprise us
  202. what is odd is that
  203. that dynasty of 24,500 years, 3 months and 3 and a half days
  204. was divided across no more than 23 kings
  205. thats an average range of more than a thousand years each
  206. and its not a one off
  207. the dynasty concluded by the great flood
  208. lasted 241,000 years shared by no more than 8 kings
  209. that's an average range of more than 30,000 years
  210. Now, some have tried to make the dates symbolic
  211. or have interpreted their unit of time differently
  212. but that doesn't quite work when its an unbroken record
  213. of 6 to 36 year reigns uh
  214. to 36,000 years reigns
  215. all in the same unit of time
  216. all in the same narrative
  217. the narrative begins with non-human kings
  218. who then hand over to human kings
  219. and this elasticity of the length of their dynasty's
  220. is another suggestion that the non-human kings
  221. are something quite different to human beings
  222. it's like comparing the lifespan of a human being
  223. with the lifespan of an ant
  224. (Narrarator) the king's list is not the only evidence
  225. pointing to an extraterrestrial hypothesis
  226. the Sumerian version of The Tower of Babel
  227. speaks of 50 technicians who employ mysterious technology
  228. to dispatch 300 observers to their stations in the stars
  229. right along side the genesis account
  230. the two narratives confirm one another
  231. and paint a vivid picture
  232. Babel, was a stargate
  233. providing the observers rapid access to space stations
  234. The thing that got me into this whole field of research
  235. was an anomalous word in the book of genesis
  236. I've been a preacher for more than 30 years
  237. I've studied and talked through the book of genesis
  238. many, many times in churches all around the world
  239. and I've trained pastors in the skills of interpreting texts
  240. So I've long known about this anomalous word
  241. Well finally I allowed myself the time to sit down
  242. and really drill into what was going on
  243. Genesis uses two words for god
  244. One is Elohim and one is Yaweh or Jehovah
  245. Now, Yaweh is the holy name given to Moses
  246. in a time, centureis or millenia after all the action described
  247. in the stories of beginnings
  248. So, the fact that the word Yaweh appears in those much older stories
  249. that clues us that we're not reading the original version of the stories
  250. The stories are being retold by someone after the time of Moses
  251. Now, there's a broad consensus among biblical scholars
  252. that the current version of the old testament
  253. the Hebrew scriptures was edited or redacted
  254. sometime in the sixth century B.C.E.
  255. and that the redacter, by putting the name Yaweh
  256. into these older stories, the stories that
  257. Abraham and Sarah have brought with them
  258. was telling the reader to regard them as God's stories
  259. by using the later name
  260. he's also telling the reader, this is not the original version
  261. Originally, they were Elohim's stories
  262. Now that word Elohim is a very interesting word because
  263. it's a plural form word
  264. it often exhibits plural behaviors, "Let us make,
  265. let us make the humans to look like one of us,
  266. we dont want them to become to much like one of us etc".
  267. The word Elohim often takes plural verb forms
  268. its sometimes translated as god but in other places
  269. it gets translated as false gods or demons
  270. or angels or cheiftans or land barons
  271. so why this enormous elasticity in the words meaning
  272. Well again, we have to go back to the roots of the word
  273. and ask why is it used that way and why does it behave like a plural
  274. When you look at its component parts the word Elohim
  275. means the powers or the powerful ones
  276. now when you read genesis translating the word that way
  277. the texts change and suddenly line up with the Sumerian texts
  278. One by one they confirm each others stories
  279. and its very clear they're not stories about gods
  280. they're stories about the powerful ones in the bible
  281. and the sky people, the Annunaki in the Sumerian tablets
  282. (Narrarator) but is there any material evidence that
  283. a non-human ruling presence ever occupied planet earth
  284. one might reasonably ask
  285. Why have no physical remains of Annunaki been found?
  286. firstly I would note that the more we dig up ancient sites
  287. the greater a diversity of ancient peoples were finding
  288. if you think about the hobbits that were found in Indonesia
  289. We called them hobbits think the proper name is homoforensis
  290. or the giants of noble county
  291. or the red-haired giants of North America
  292. or the long skull of piraka etc.
  293. There's a great range of people that we're
  294. beginning to come across as we dig into our ancient past
  295. so how would we know if we found an Anunnaki
  296. well one obvious possibility is by DNA testing
  297. so if Gilgamesh really was a human Anunnaki hybrid
  298. then all we have to do is find the royal tomb and DNA test him
  299. well I believe that's exactly what happened in Iraq
  300. in 2003 a team went in protected by American troops
  301. at the beginning of 2003 Iraq invasion
  302. and found Gilgamesh's tomb
  303. Fassbender spoke to the BBC you can go on his website
  304. you can read all about it
  305. now the officail story is that having located
  306. the probable tomb site 16 years ago we decided not
    to investigate any further
  307. Similarly in 1927 the British archeologist Leonard Woolley
  308. discovered a person known as Queen Puabi
  309. now she was a high ranking Sumerian leader who lived
    around 2500 BCE
  310. and they had found her remains
  311. so agian here's another find which with today's technology
  312. provides us with the oppurtunity to DNA test
  313. we can now test Sumerian royalty to comfirm
  314. whether it was entirely human, the result,
    apparently we've decided not to investigate any further
  315. Now what do you make of that?
  316. Wouldn't you want to know?
  317. (Narrator) But why would an extraterrestrial
  318. species be interested in governing a human
  319. population on planet earth?
  320. Why would advanced beings from another planet have any interest
  321. in interfering with human evolution?
  322. And managing a human population?
  323. Why would they teach prehistoric humans about
  324. Mathematics, reading, legal and banking systems
  325. Contracts of employments, money, and pricing mechanisms?
  326. And why would they then withdraw?
  327. I wonder if our own behavior
  328. As a species on our own planet
  329. Might give us an insight on what such
  330. colonization might look like
  331. Because when we colonize
  332. we go in with force.
  333. We show our superiority
  334. And we take over.
  335. We provide the police, we provide the army
  336. the education, we put the locals to work
  337. We cream off the profits and the natural resources,
  338. And basically enjoy all the benefits of
  339. Sitting at the top of the economic tree
  340. With a powerful, visible presence to keep control
  341. But after awhile,
  342. You can get the locals to do their own
  343. Policing, and their own school teaching.
  344. Let the locals become the lawyers
  345. and the bankers
  346. And appoint a local as the governor.
  347. As long as you have some control
  348. Of the value of the money
  349. And as long as you set all the commodity
  350. Prices and exchange rates
  351. You don’t really need to maintain a visible presence anymore
  352. And so you can go home
  353. You can live in another country
  354. And still enjoy all the benefits of sitting
  355. At the top of the economic tree.
  356. Now that’s how we do it.
  357. That’s how we’ve done it
  358. From the Roman Empire
  359. To the Spanish, to the Dutch, the Portuguese
  360. The British, the American,
  361. That’s how we do it.
  362. Is it possible that an E.T. presence
  363. may have colonized the world in our prehistoric past
  364. In a way that’s analogous to that?
  365. That another species came
  366. And resided on planet earth for awhile
  367. They sat at the top of the economic tree
  368. And enjoyed all the benefits of it
  369. And then withdrew in exactly the kind of way
  370. I’ve just mapped out.
  371. You know, I wonder how much like
  372. the Annunaki we are.
  373. And as for what they were looking for...
  374. It could have been minerals, I believe it was.
  375. I think there is strong evidence of
  376. Prehistoric mines in Southern Africa
  377. It may well have been minerals.
  378. But it could have been something else
  379. Something to do with the properties of planet earth
  380. And it might have been something to do with ourselves
  381. Our uniqueness as Homosapiens.
  382. [Narrator] Were our ancestors really engineered as workers?
  383. Toiling for the colonizers.
  384. Were the Annunaki only interested
  385. In our planets resources
  386. And coldly indifferent to the progress of
  387. The human race?
  388. Other ancestral narratives speak of our human origins
  389. In exactly the same terms.
  390. And yet there are other strands to the story.
  391. The Greek Babylonian narrative of Oannes
  392. And the apkallū
  393. Speak of the visitors helping and educating
  394. Our human ancestors.
  395. Native American memory reports
  396. Inter-dimensional and extraterrestrials visitors
  397. nurturing the beginnings of human society.
  398. Zudo mytholgy speaks of our ancestors being nurtured
    by advanced beings
  399. Might the Anunnaki have had a more generous motivation
    towards their human workforce
  400. My book escaping from Eden argues that our ancient texts
  401. recall a range of species that bumped up
    against our ancestors
  402. and thes stories in our world mythologies
  403. tell of conflicting ideas among the visitors
  404. as to how conscious and how intelligent
    they wanted humans to be
  405. Now certaintly there are some cold agendas
    towards humanity
  406. That play out in our world's stories of beginnings
  407. The limiting of human life
  408. A flood to kill them all
  409. A neurological interference to take the
    power of speech from us and dumb us down
  410. A bombing that destroys our
    engineering and technology
  411. A nuerological interference to lower our
    perceptual and cognitive abilities
  412. Now, in the Sumerian version of these stories
    it's the senior Anunnaki Enlil
  413. Who actions and pushes all these negative agendas
    that are somewhat hostile to human beings
  414. But htere is another agenda in the Anunnaki community
  415. There is a figure a called Enki who appears to be
    the leader of the Earth project
  416. and he is junior to Enlil
    he's described as Enlil's brother
  417. So in the Sumerian story humanity gets caught in the crossfire
    of these mysterious beings in conflict
  418. A number of our so-called creation myths begin with
    a rehabilitation of a devastated and flooded planet
  419. shrouded in darkness
  420. and that arrival is a positive interaction with this other species
  421. because they begin to nurture life on the planet
  422. They nurture animal life
    they nurture human life
  423. and later in the Sumerian account its Enki
    the one who's in charge of the earth project
  424. Who wants to upgrade human beings
  425. For a more enjoyable a better more conscious
    kind of life
  426. and there's a conflict between Enlil and Enki
  427. Over whether that should happen
  428. Enlil the CEO does not want that
  429. and so Enki breaks ranks to acheive that
    upgrade for us
  430. When Enlil wants to destroy the human experiment
  431. by devastating the planet, again it's Enki
    who seeks out a favored family
  432. The family of Atrahasis aka Ziusudra
    aka Utnapishtem aka Noah
  433. and gives him instructions as to how to
    construct an escape pod
  434. For his family and his farm so they
    can reboot the project
  435. So I think we can say the Anunnaki presence
    is a mixed bag for humanity
  436. We're really caught in the crossfire of this conflict
    among a species
  437. Who are ambivalent about the progress
    of human society
  438. There is oppression and slavery in the
    Anunnaki narrative
  439. but there's also a concern for human welfare
    and a nurturing of human beings
  440. So it's a mixed story
  441. (Narrarator) Today's reports of ET contact
  442. reflect a similar range of agendas
  443. Some harmful, some indifferent and some nurturing
  444. Are these contempory experiences connected with the Anunnaki
  445. Or are people today experiencing something or someone different
  446. What difference does the Anunnaki narrative make to human beings today?
  447. If you and I are part primate and part Anunnaki
  448. How does that help us
  449. and are the Anunnaki still present or are we now
    our own masters?
  450. Does the Anunnaki narrative give us an
    explanation of our original separation
  451. from all other animal forms on planet Earth
    but leave us with no word about our future?
  452. My hope is focused not so much on external interventions
    as on our own capabilites
  453. Our ancestral narratives all speak of higher consciousness
    being downgraded in our pre-historic past
  454. and to my mind that raises the possibility
    that our cognitive abilities can be upgraded
  455. and our consciousness can be heightened
  456. Our mythologies speak of our perceptual feild
    being limited
  457. Now, to my mind that suggests we might be able
    to expand it
  458. The Anunnaki narrative speaks of us laboring
    for superiors and you can see that we're hard-wired to do that
  459. but what if we were able to break down that programming
    and start working for one another instead of those above us
  460. What if we de-engineered all our neurological slave settings
  461. And allowed ourselves to live freer less
    fearful lives
  462. What would that look like?
  463. Many of the cultures that have curated these stories of beginnings
  464. Have also curated modalities, methods, that are designed
    to re-awaken our higher state of consciousness
  465. So ancient Greek culture which had this narrative
    also had the modality of a Kykeon ritual
  466. Kykeon was a kind of tea ritual aimed
    at heightening the persons state of consciousness
  467. In Mesoamerica we find another tea ceremony
    with exactly the same purpose
  468. If we go to indigenous Australia or to Native America
    we find smoke and smoking ceremonies
  469. and similar activities in the ancient Indian cultures
    that produced the Vedas
  470. Eastern Monastic traditions have disciplines of stillness
    and conscious breathing
  471. And in my experience, they really do have
    perches in terms of altering our state of consciousness
  472. And heightening our abilities for a better human experience
  473. (Narrator) If the Anunnaki stories represent our true
    origins as a species
  474. and human beings are part earthling and part higher being
  475. What does that mean for our potential
    as human beings today?
  476. Are we bound to the contracts of employment
    systems of money and banking
  477. and the tryanny of hours, minutes and seconds
  478. First taught to the ancient Sumerians more than
    5000 years ago
  479. Or are other ways open to us as human beings?
  480. Might, higher froms of conscousness help us
    achieve a new freedom from the legacy
  481. of our enslaved past and provide a pathway
    to a better human eperience
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