December 4, 2021
The Sumerian record answers many questions about the bible, and our creation, but those answers are incomplete. In the course of our studies here, we have learned that an advanced alien species called the Annunaki came to Earth to mine our PGMs (Platinum Group Metals) to save their home world called Nibiru from environmental disaster. We know that they arrived here on Earth between 450,000 – 432,000 years ago. Their commitment to the effort was extensive, at the height of operations before the closure of operations on Mars; there were 600 of them here on Earth, trying successfully to build, maintain, and operate a series of mines in southeastern Africa, and other critical infrastructure.
They maintained this level of effort for approximately 150,000 years, which by our measure of time is quite a long time, however, with Nibiru’s orbit of 3,600 years, its only 41.7 years. This is still a lengthy period, for most of us on Earth; this length of time encompasses our working lives to retirement. What follows for me, is both a criticism of El Shaddai’s leadership on Earth and King Anu’s leadership on Nibiru. To some extent, we can have some sympathy for them, after two years of this Covid 19 pandemic, we are all sick and tired of it, and most of us feel that the provincial and federal governments have dropped the ball, not realizing or caring that these “leaders” are also fatigued by the pandemic. This too would have been the case for Enlil and Anu as they carried the stress of trying to save their planet from extinction, a somewhat larger problem.
It is this lack of leadership that was the cause of our creation. The workers at the mines in South Africa essentially went on strike, Enlil’s reaction was stupid and far too harsh, and he wanted to put the leaders of the labour movement to death. Enki’s reaction was far smarter and typically far more practical. King Anu as well felt that Enlil’s reaction was out of line and agreed with Enki that another solution needed to be found.
During the course of these 150,000 years, they would have of course noted the presence of Earth’s native bi-pedal semi intelligent hominids. It was these hard working miners who wanted to know if somehow they could be trained as primitive workers. Enki enthusiastically announced that it could indeed be done and the type of specimen they needed existed. Now the question is what was the hominid that they used? It is really odd that nowhere is this critical information recorded. The bible says we were created from dust/mud, the Quran more correctly says, from clots of blood, sure but from whose blood?
The Annunaki give us a nowhere answer, telling us that Enki’s sperm was used to fertilize the egg of the hominid. The DNA inside the egg was updated using CRSPR like technology, and that “update” only changing 3% of our original DNA. Then this “updated” egg was planted in the womb of Enki’s sister, Ninkharsag, the lady of life Earth’s original Mother Goddess, not back in to the hominid. We are given to understand that this was done with quite a bit of risk to Ninkharsag, then as the experiment was successful, this risky process was shared by 14 other Annunaki females who were probably Ninkharsag’s other nursing staff. These original human/Annunaki hybrids were in the same way as mules, incapable of breeding; thus requiring more experimentation by Enki before we were made to be able to reproduce independently.
It is interesting that while Enki searched for the perfect primitive worker, he experimented with many variations, creating the creatures of Greek mythology, which as you are aware, are only then Modern Greek updates of Sumerian factual stories.
Fossils of Homo erectus are found in many places in Asia, Europe and Africa. This species travelled widely and was the longest surviving hominin species on earth.
It is thought that Homo erectus evolved from Homo habilis about two ¹mya. The oldest fossils of H. erectus have been found both in China (dated 2.12 mya) and South Africa (2.04 mya), making it impossible as yet, to determine where H. erectus first evolved.
Homo erectus had an average brain capacity of 1000 cc, the largest of any hominin to date. It also had a flat face and human body proportions.
Fossils of H. erectus are often associated with Acheulean* stone tools, which are mostly chunky hand axes. This indicates that the wrists and hands of H. erectus had become stronger and more dexterous than those of their predecessors.
Homo erectus is also thought to be the first hominin to use fire in a controlled way.
* These tools are named after Saint-Acheul, a suburb of Amiens in which they were first discovered.
Numerous fossil specimens of H. erectus have been found in Asia (Peking Man, Nanjing Man), Europe (Tautavel Man), southeast Asia (Java Man) and Africa (called Homo ergaster).
Many of these fossils have similar ages and it appears that H. erectus moved great distances and settled in different parts of the world during its existence on earth.
Homo erectus is the longest surviving of all ancient hominin species. It is a potential ancestor of Homo heidelbergensis, an archaic human first discovered in Germany, which in turn may have been the latest common ancestor of Homo neanderthalensis and modern man.
Neanderthals were large-brained hunter-gatherers that evolved in Europe and Asia. They used fire, created art and clothing, and buried their dead in ritualized ways. They were not the direct ancestors of modern Homo sapiens.
Archaic humans of species Homo neanderthalensis, otherwise known as Neanderthals, are well known from fossil deposits in Europe and Asia.
Neanderthals were slightly shorter than the average modern human but had larger brains. They were skilled toolmakers and became specialized ice-age hunters. They survived for several hundred thousand years.
Although Neanderthals are not the direct ancestors of modern humans, they are our closest known relatives.
Scientists believe that Neanderthals and modern humans shared a common ancestor – possibly Homo heidelbergensis – that lived around 800,000 ²ya.
After their appearance in Africa, some modern humans migrated into Europe, where they came into contact with Neanderthals. It is thought that interbreeding took place between the species. Today, people of European origin share as much as 4% of their genes with Neanderthals.
The numbers of Neanderthals began to decrease around 50,000 ya, and there is evidence of inbreeding and disease in their populations. Around 35,000 ya, the last group of Neanderthals died out and left our species, Homo sapiens, as the last remaining representative of millions of years of hominin evolution.
The oldest fossil remains of Homo sapiens yet to be found are from Jebel Irhoud, in Morocco. They are around 315,000 years old.
The very oldest fossils of anatomically modern humans, Homo sapiens, were discovered at sites at Jebel Irhoud, Morocco. Others from Ethiopia in East Africa (dated at 196,000 and 160,000 ya), and from South Africa (dated at 259,000 ya), also indicate that our species evolved in Africa at least some time before this.
DNA evidence from human chromosomes indicates that H. sapiens may actually have first appeared more than half a million years ago.
The five people whose remains were found fossilized at Jebel Irhoud in Morocco, and who represent the oldest known modern humans, looked very much like us. Their faces were flat, like ours, and their teeth and jaws were the same, although slightly larger. They did, however, have more elongated skulls, unlike the rounded skulls of modern humans.
Although Homo sapiens evolved in Africa, the species soon began to roam. The oldest fossils of modern humans outside Africa have been found in Greece, and are dated to 210,000 ya. It is thought that several early migrations out of Africa occurred, but that the descendants of these migrants did not survive in the long term.
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