About 45 thousand years ago astronauts from the planet Marduk arrived on Earth and built its first city, a spaceport not far away from mountain Ararat, which served as an excellent landmark for landing shuttles called as Sippar (city of birds).
“Stairway to Heaven”, Zecharia Sitchin (1980).
Theories about such distant events on Earth, especially those that occurred at the very beginning of the history of mankind and reflected in the Bible, in texts on clay tablets, in ancient myths and archaeological finds were developed by Zecharia Sitchin and set forth in his “Earth Chronicles” series.
Zecharia Sitchin (Russian: Заха́рия Си́тчин; July 11, 1920 – October 9, 2010) was a Russian-American author of books proposing an explanation for human origins involving ancient astronauts. Sitchin attributed the creation of the ancient Sumerian culture to the Anunnaki, which he stated was a race of extraterrestrials from a planet beyond Neptune called Nibiru.
He asserted that Sumerian mythology suggests that this hypothetical planet of Nibiru is in an elongated, 3,600-year-long elliptical orbit around the sun. Sitchin’s books have sold millions of copies worldwide and have been translated into more than 25 languages.
“When I reached Earth, I witnessed a great flood. When I approached its green meadows hills and embankments grew on my command. In a clear place I built a house for myself and gave it the appropriate name. “
According to his works, approximately 445.000 years ago astronauts from another planet arrived in search of gold on Earth. They splashed down in one of the seas of Earth, swam to the shore and founded the settlement of Eridu, the “Far House”.
Over time, this settlement expanded to a considerable extent. Aliens put there a control center, a spaceport and a mine for gold mining. In addition, they built an interplanetary station on Mars.
Besides their own workers, the aliens began to use the work of Primitive Workers (Homo sapiens), who were specifically created for their own purposes with the help of genetic engineering.
After the great flood, which had led to catastrophic consequences on Earth, they had to start from scratch. Aliens became gods on Earth, giving humanity a civilization and teaching people different rituals.
Later, about 40.000 years ago, everything they had achieved was destroyed as a result of a nuclear catastrophe caused by the aliens themselves, which led to internecine feuds and wars.
Photo: A figure of a rocket found in Western Armenia (Eastern Turkey).
But what preceded the events on Earth? What kind of cataclysms happened on the home planet of the aliens of Nibiru that forced them to make these distant space trips, to seek gold and create Human? What emotions, conflicts, beliefs, moral principles (or lack thereof) governed the protagonists of these cosmic sagas?
What were the reasons that caused the aggravation of relations on the planet Nibiru and on Earth? What contradictions arose between the old and young inhabitants of the Earth, those who arrived from Nibiru and those who were born on Earth? To what extent was what happened then predetermined by destiny, and can this past serve as a key to the future?
Couldn’t one of those key people who played a major role in those long-standing events, who knew exactly what was really predestined by fate and what was caused by other’s will, leave a written testimony for the descendants to tell them How, Where, When, and Why did everything happen at the very beginning of Earth’s history?
Some of the aliens made notes describing the events though. The most advanced among those belonged to their leader, who led the first group of astronauts to Earth.
Today theologians recognize the fact that the biblical stories about the Creation of the World, about Adam and Eve, about the Garden of Eden, the great flood and the Babel are based on texts written thousands of years earlier in Mesopotamia, primarily in Sumer.
It is asserted that information about past events that occurred long before the appearance of early civilizations and even Humanity itself were obtained from the records of the Anunnak, “Those Who Came To Earth From Heaven”, the ancient “gods”.
Sumerian and Akkadian clay tablets, Babylonian and Assyrian temple libraries, Egyptian, Hittite and Canaanite “myths” as well as biblical stories form the basis of recorded memories of the deeds of the gods and people.
For the first time, all these fragmented and scattered pieces of many sources were collected and used by Zecharia Sitchin to recreate Enki’s written testimony, including autobiographical memoirs and the astute prophecies of an unearthly god.