April 8, 2021

Anunnaki that effectively came to our planet 445,000 years ago in search of gold:

By Nilakhi Banerjee

The Anunnaki (also transcribed as , Annunaki, Anunna, Ananaki and other variations) are a group of deities of the ancient Sumerians, Akkadians, Assyrians, and Babylonians. In the earliest Sumerian writings about them, which come from the Post-Akkadian period, the Anunnaki are the most powerful deities in the pantheon, descendants of An and Ki, the god of the heavens and the goddess of earth, and their primary function was to decree the fates of humanity. Since the second half of the twentieth century, they have been the subject of pseudoarchaeology and conspiracy theories.

The name Anunnaki is derived from An. the Sumerian god of the sky. The name is variously written  -nuna meaning princely offspring or offspring of An. The Anunnaki were believed to be the offspring of An and his consort, the earth goddess Ki. Samuel Noah Kramer identifies Ki with the Sumerian mother goddess Ninhursag, stating that they were originally the same figure. The oldest of the Anunnaki was Enlil, the god of air and chief god of the Sumerian pantheon. The Sumerians believed that, until Enlil was born, heaven and earth were inseparable. Then, Enlil cleft heaven and earth in two and carried away the earth while his father An carried away the sky.

The Anunnaki are chiefly mentioned in literary texts and very little evidence to support the existence of any cult of them has yet been unearthed. This is likely due to the fact that each member of the Anunnaki had his or her own individual cult, separate from the others Similarly, no representations of the Anunnaki as a group have yet been discovered although a few depictions of its individual members have been identified Deities in ancient Mesopotamia were almost exclusively anthropomorphic. 


They were thought to possess extraordinary powers and were often envisioned as being of tremendous physical size. The deities typically wore melam, an ambiguous substance which “covered them in terrifying splendor Melam could also be worn by heroes, kings, giants, and even demons. The effect that seeing a deity’s melam has on a human is described as ni, a word for the physical tingling of the flesh. Deities were almost always depicted wearing horned caps consisting of up to seven superimposed pairs of ox-horns. They were also sometimes depicted wearing clothes with elaborate decorative gold and silver ornaments sewn into them.

The ancient Mesopotamians believed that their deities lived in Heaven but that a god’s statue was a physical embodiment of the god himself. As such, cult statues were given constant care and attention and a set of priests was assigned to tend to them. These priests would clothe the statues and place feasts before them so they could “eat. A deity’s temple was believed to be that deity’s literal place of residence. The gods had boats, full-sized barges which were normally stored inside their temples. and were used to transport their cult statues along waterways during various religious festivals. 

The gods also had chariots, which were used for transporting their cult statues by land. Sometimes a deity’s cult statue would be transported to the location of a battle so that the deity could watch the battle unfold. The major deities of the Mesopotamian pantheon, which included the Anunnaki, were believed to participate in the “assembly of the gods. through which the gods made all of their decisions. This assembly was seen as a divine counterpart to the semi-democratic legislative system that existed during the Third Dynasty of Ur (c. 2112 BC–c. 2004 BC.


One of the main functions of the Anunna gods was to decide the fates , as attested, for example, in the Sumerian myth Enki and the World Order.  However, already in the Sumerian sources the Anunna are sometimes associated with the netherworld, as evidenced in the myth Inana’s Descent into the Netherworld  where the Anunna, the seven judges, pass judgement over Inana’s trespassing into the netherworld.

The suggestion that in the Sumerian textual corpus, Anunna are only mentioned in literary texts and that there is no evidence for their worship will have to be reconsidered in light of new textual evidence from the Ur III period, in which it appears that offerings were made to Anunna (Anunna on CDLI). However, as there are only three attestations from administrative texts, the evidence is still rather meagre.

The meaning of the term Anunna changed after the Old Babylonian period, when it was used to describe the gods of the netherworld, in opposition to the term Igigi. In some cases, Igigi seems to have the same meaning that Anunna had in Sumerian text. The so-called Babylonian Creation Story,  narrates how Marduk assigned 300 Anunna gods for duty in the heavens, and the same number for duty in the netherworld, giving a total of 600 Anunna gods.

It appears that there was some confusion surrounding this terms already in antiquity. In the Poem of Erra  the Igigi are clearly separated from the Anunna.

The Anunnaku are sometimes invoked in curse formulas and also appear in incantations, but are overwhelmingly attested in literary and mythological texts. In the Epic of Gilgames the phrase “judge of the Anunnaki” is mentioned as a title of Gilgames unfortunately in broken context. This is possibly a reference to Gilgames function as a judge in the netherworld.

Divine Genealogy and Syncretisms

Because this term encompasses the major deities of the Mesopotamian pantheon, the genealogical relationships were different than those of the individual deities that are part of the Anunna. An is sometimes mentioned as the father of the Anunna, and some texts indicate that the relationship between the Anunna was brotherly/sisterly.

Cult Place(s)

Currently, we have no knowledge of a sanctuary dedicated to the Anunna gods, presumably because all the Anunna gods had their individual temples in various cities across Mesopotamia.

Time Periods Attested

The term Anunna first appears in the Post-Akkadian period, namely in some Gudea inscriptions, and in a few texts. In its Akkadian forms Anunnaku and Anunnaki continue to occur until the Seleucid period.


There are no known depictions of Anunna or Anunnaku, only of individual deities.

Our origins as a slave species and the Anunnaki legacy in our DNA

• So compelling new archaeological and genetic evidence for the engineered origins of the human species, first proposed by. Zecharia Sitchin in The 12th Planet

• Shows how the Anunnaki created us using pieces of their own DNA, controlling. Our physical and mental capabilities by inactivating heir more advanced DNA

• Identifies a recently discovered complex of sophisticated ruins in South Africa as the city of the Anunnaki leader Enki

Scholars have long believed that the first civilization on Earth emerged in Sumer some 6,000 years ago. However, as Michael Tellinger reveals, the Sumerians and. Egyptians inherited their knowledge from an earlier civilization that lived at the southern tip of. Africa and began with the arrival of the Anunnaki more than 200,000 years ago. Sent to Earth in search of life-saving gold, these ancient Anunnaki astronauts from the planet. Nibiru created the first humans as a slave race to mine gold–thus beginning our global traditions. Of gold obsession, slavery, and god as dominating master.


Revealing new archaeological and genetic evidence in support of Zecharia Sitchin’s revolutionary work with pre-biblical clay tablets. Tellinger shows how the Anunnaki created us using pieces of their own. DNA, controlling our physical and mental capabilities by inactivating their more advanced DNA–which explains why less than. 3 percent of our DNA is active. He identifies a recently discovered complex. Of sophisticated ruins in South Africa, complete with thousands of mines, as the city of. Anunnaki leader Enki and explains their lost technologies that used the power of sound as a source of energy. Matching key mythologies of the world’s religions to the Sumerian clay tablet. Stories on which they are based, he details the actual events behind these tales of direct physical interactions with. “god,” concluding with the epic flood–a perennial theme of ancient myth–that wiped out the Anunnaki mining operations.

Tellinger shows that, as humanity awakens to the truth about our origins, we can overcome. Our programmed animalistic and slave-like nature, tap in to our dormant. Anunnaki DNA, and realize the longevity and intelligence of our creators as well as learn. The difference between the gods of myth and the true loving God of our universe.


After the Great Flood, many of the Annunaki left and built a new home on the neighbouring planet: Mars. But their descendants remained on Earth and fell into the darkness of ignorance and superstition. The ancient knowledge was lost. In our modern times, the Annunaki reach out to us again, they have. Made contact, and they talk to us through the pages of this book. And they wish to help us, if only we let them! Like any Human on earth, they love and fight, and dream, and they make errors.
But they live longer. Much longer. Today, their hieratic, almost mystical thinking clashes with the rational and down-to-earth attitude of the Humans. Misunderstandings are inevitable. And the Extra-terrestrials are bringing gifts, even though the military of two powerful nations think of them as enemies and fire missiles at them. The situation is explosive. Literally.