Mythes et réalités des ANUNNAKI, des Reptiliens, de Nibiru et des Pléiadiens|Myths and Realities of ANUNNAKI, Reptilians, Planet Nibiru and the Pleiadians

The theories of Zecharia Sitchin have reached a great popularity because the author started by doing a good quality scientific work.  His research was based on the analysis of Hebrew texts deriving from the Sumerians ones and interpretations of Sumerian cuneiform documents.  Afterwards though, our researcher kept on traducing Hebrew words and Sumerians texts without mastering these languages enough.  Indeed, despite his apparent good will, Zecharia Sitchin makes serious errors of translation, at the point of even suspecting that he knew how to translate the Sumerian… He never used, in any of his books, a cautionary formulation such as ‘here’s my own translation of that text…’ or similar; his translations seem to come out of nowhere, often without any reference.  This is the case for translations either from Hebrew, that he did not master very well, or from Sumerian, where mistakes are even more damaging and preclude a real understanding of the texts… Zecharia Sitchin reached such a level of misinterpretation and speculations that he just ended in telling nothing more than a nice story… but very far from the reality of the original texts.  The rantings of Zecharia Sitchin led him to create a new contemporary UFO mythology that is certainly regarded as delightful by Intelligence Services in charge of disinformation…  But is all this enough to exclude the possibility that the Sumerians and other ancient peoples might have been in contact with exocivilizations?  Don’t we risk to take an overly simplistic approach and don’t we risk to « throw away the baby with the bath water »?  This is exactly what Intelligence Services would like us to do…

New Perspectives

For example, we discussed the many elements that may suggest that Native Americans Ashiwi have been in contact with an exocivilization, about 3000 years ago (see article DENOCLA Roger Denis – The Indian Ashiwi (or Zuni) and extraterrestrials).  The Sumerians and the peoples of the Indus valley in that period (approximately – 6,000 to – 5,000 years BC) had highly developed cultures potentially interest for visitors from outer space…
What would be the elements that might reveal a potential contact with exocivilizations?  Sumerian mythology says that the ANUNNAKI gods are « Crocodile-like » hominid beings in some seals (small Akkadian or Sumerian seals on clay, printed in pieces of clay) that the Sumerian gods had a reptilian appearance, but it is never clearly said in the texts.  A few texts from Kharsag translated by Anton Parks in EDEN show Enki and Ninmah bearing reptilian names with some « crocodilian » physical descriptions together with some references where characters like Inanna-Ishtar and her lover Dumuzi are reported to have faces or eyes of a Umshumgal (Great Dragon).  By imaginative extension, the « crocodilian » hominid is called « Reptilian » in the mythology of David Icke and some others…
As we explained in the book « Presence: UFO, Crop circle and Exocivilizations » the Oomomen’s documents mention the visit of humanoid beings that have a « scaly skin ».  This evokes obviously a physical « Reptilian » characteristic, but a scaly skin is in no way an indication of the class of a living being.  A humanoid with a « scaly skin » could well be a mammal… or a fish!
Another disturbing element which could also support the hypothesis that the Sumerians might have had a contact with this kind of visitors from outer space is the chronology mentioned in the Oomomen’s documents. Indeed they indicate that ET humanoids called by them « 2ians » have been visiting the Earth for 30,000 years.  They are supposed to come from a star located 47 LY away, and have a large height, a scaly skin, which is also fully compatible with the chronology and the Sumerian texts’ data.  As indicated by Anton Parks, the Followers of Enki, the Egyptian Shemsus are about 2.10 m while the height of normal humans ranged between 1.50 m and 1.65 m…

Conclusion

We must beware of hasty and simplistic conclusions, and beware of conventional ideas conveyed perniciously to confuse… And always ask: “Who’s gonna get the benefits?” Although Sumerian mythology had only tenuous historical basis, it has nonetheless been a founding mythology of the great religious texts of the Middle East. This greatly undermines these religious dogmas and the simple assumption that this mythology may also have a close link with some exocivilizations could be a fatal blow to anthropocentric dogma…

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