Scientists Keep Finding Building Blocks of Life; Are Aliens Next?
Liquid water seems to exist in several places throughout our solar system; below the surface of Mars, on several of Saturn and Jupiter’s moons, and even on our own moon at one point. And where there is liquid water, there is a strong possibility of life.
This makes us wonder if we’re on the brink of “finding” life – or finally being told about it – in our own solar system, and what that would mean for the existence of life throughout the cosmos. But is this really a new and profound discovery, or is it a controlled release of information, prepping us for a larger disclosure?
Anunnaki 101: The Ancient Gods of Sumer
Who were the Anunnaki and why do we care? The short answer is: The Anunnaki were the deity pantheon of the ancient Sumerians. And interest in the Sumerian culture has been active and persistent since it was discovered in the 19th century — for several reasons.
Who were the Sumerians?
The Sumerians appear on the archaeological record beginning around 4,500 BCE. Located in present-day Iraq, the region, a.k.a. Mesopotamia has long been referred to as “the cradle of civilization.” Sumer was a handful of city-states initially ruled by priests, each organized around a city and temple now called a “ziggurat.” The ziggurats, dedicated to Anunnaki worship, were layered pyramids with flat tops. These communities were considered to be “servant-slave” populations dedicated to serving the temple gods, the Anunnaki. Over time, priesthood rulership gave way to kings.
The Sumerians were skilled trade merchants and acquired lapis lazuli from Afghanistan, cedar from Lebanon, and gold from the Indus Valley. Their agrarian culture gave us the plow as well as “time” — the 24-hour day and 60-minute hour.