Author Michael Tellinger, “Slave Species of the Gods, the Secret History of the Anunnaki and Their Mission on Earth”, will be in Scottsdale at the Vision Quest Bookstore Sunday, August 18 at 1 p.m.. Michael’s book is a fascinating comparative study of the origins of humankind on Earth.
The correlation between Biblical scripture, Babylonian and Sumerian cuneiforms as well as Egyptian hieroglyphics seem to share a unifying message on the origins of earthlings. Humans are star seeds, the creation of heavenly beings from another planet. What was the reason for humankind’s sudden advancement in knowledge that defies the law of evolution?
Scientist and anthropologists have, as recently as 2003, found modern features on skeletons in Herto, Ethiopia, Africa. The adult male, female and three year old child date to 154,000 to 160,000 years ago. “If modern features already existed in Africa 160,000 years ago, we could not have descended from species like Neanderthals” (Jonathan Amos, BBC News 6/11/2003). So Darwin theory on the origins of man is more fiction than scientific fact.
The question of who we are and where we came from has been debated since the time before time. With recent code breaking of our DNA and understanding that the double helix maps everything about one individual, yet only uses 3% of the total chromosomes written within, the question of the “junk DNA has now become an issue.
Why don’t we take mankind back to creation? God (with a capital G) created life on Earth from a collision between a planet called Tiamate and Marduk or Niburu, a planet in a long elliptical orbit around our sun. This rouge planet orbits clockwise while every other planet orbits counter-clockwise. Niburu takes 3,600 years to orbit the sun. An asteroid that resulted from the total destruction of Tiamate created our moon and dusted earth with RDNA the source of life. (Zecharia Sitchin, “The 12th Planet”).
The creation stories translated from the Sumerian cuneiforms follow the theory that our god or gods came from this rouge planet. The atmosphere on their world uses gold to maintain a habitable world. This mineral neared extinction. Explores found that the seventh planet from the outer constellation (Earth) contained large veins of this precious metal. Scientists, engineers, geologists and workers were sent to mine this mineral. As ancient histories tell, they became unhappy with the work load and the sons of Anu (the leader of the expedition) asked about using the ape creatures as workers. They were large and strong enough for the labor. They were also not intelligent enough to understand what they were supposed to do in the gold mines of Africa.
Enki was a genetic engineer and his brother Enlil, the first son of Anu, was an architect, politician and governor of the Anunnaki work force. With much discussion a hybrid worker was developed using an ape woman and Anunnaki DNA. This creature had just enough knowledge to obey. After much discussion a female was created with the elements of the earth and DNA of the Anunnaki. They were used as slave workers in the mines. After many disappointments and disfigured creatures were developed, finally a pure hybrid arrived named Adapa. A female was developed from the pure ovum of an Annunaki female and elements of the earth…her name was Titi. The model Homo sapien sapien couple existed.
Michael Tellinger, a scientist, researcher, and regular guest on more than 200 radio shows, lives in South Africa. His lecture on his book “Slave Species of the Gods” should provide thought provoking information. The lecture Sunday, August 18th is from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., at Vision Quest Bookstore. Located at 2225 North Scottsdale Road. The cost of this lecture is $30.00 cash at the door.
Recommended reading:” Slave Species of the Gods, the secret history of the Anunnaki and their mission on Earth”, Michael Tellinger, “The 12th Planet”, Zecharia Sitchin.
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