450,000 years ago our ancestors descended from the heavens to engineer the first human beings. To us they were Giants that ruled as Gods over mankind. Now new evidence and scientific ...
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For centuries, the ancient and elite bloodlines have been conspiring and plotting to achieve a New World Order, a totalitarian government to rule the entire world. The creation of kingdoms,... See full summary »
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450,000 years ago our ancestors descended from the heavens to engineer the first human beings. To us they were Giants that ruled as Gods over mankind. Now new evidence and scientific research acknowledges their existence on earth but reveals when they will return. The truth of their real origin and purpose is much more bizarre and amazing than anything previously believed. From the Garden of Eden to the Great Flood; from the God of the Bible to the secrets of Enoch all shall be revealed.
The earliest known usages of the term Anunnaki come from inscriptions written during the reign of Gudea (c. 2144 - 2124 BC) and the Third Dynasty of Ur. In the earliest texts, the term is applied to the most powerful and important deities in the Sumerian pantheon: the descendants of the sky-god An. This group of deities probably included the "seven gods who decree": An, Enlil, Enki, Ninhursag, Nanna, Utu, and Inanna. See more »
This film seems to base most of its ideas on a very flimsy platform of pattern recognition of vague or similarities and a boatload of personal opinion. Too many of the views are given without scholarly source attribution. Not only that, the logic used to connect seemingly disparate bits and pieces of historical events, many of which contain gaps measuring thousands of years, is simply jaw-dropping and would be savaged in scholarly debate. I was surprised to discover the listed production date listed as 2017-the tone and graphics seem more suited to the 80s.
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