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    Some Problems with Zecharia Sitchin's Tales of the Anunnaki & Nefilim
    February 19, 2018
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    cyber west hollyweird
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    Some Problems with Zecharia Sitchin's Tales of the Anunnaki & Nefilim:

    During a somewhat recent radio interview (I think it was with George Noory) nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman mentioned he liked the fact that Zecharia Sitchin at least was good at researching and was fun to read as such.

    I'll give him Sitchin did a lot of ancient text research. After careful reads of a couple of Sitchin's books I'll not give him that I think what Sitchin put together from his "research," taken as a whole, his Tales Of The Anunnaki coming here for gold & slave miners, reads a bit like L. Ron Hubbard's Battlefield Earth. Okay, a well researched with ancient texts, but out of context and poorly translated, L. Ron Hubbard's Battlefield Earth. I don't feel my opinion will change if I bother to read any of the other 4 books of Sitchin's I picked up.

    Before I had my alien abduction close encounters, besides being a field service engineer for Siemens in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and Imaging (MRI), I had been editing a new Bible version, but putting the books of the Bible in the Chronological order they were most probably written in (not the Bible "narrative" story order, of the standard versions, which is mostly BS). Just read the fairly short book of Daniel and see if you can't pick out you are reading the same story--twice--written by two different hands? It is a fact that the Bible is a collection of almost a hundred authors, editors and redactors from over several centuries and all out of chronological order that makes the "book" so difficult for the average person to grasp. "Satan (the Adversary)" must have planned the Bible that way; LOL!

    Just whom is this "Satan (the 'Adversary')" http://tinyurl.com/j63z3rp​

    Probably among the few pieces I've sent before, from my web site ( http://tinyurl.com/qe4h6x6 ), you may find some Biblical areas that good old Zecharia Sitchen and the whole true believers Ancient Astronauts congregation are weak in translating. Especially since a lot of Old Testament Biblical stories were plagiarized from older Sumerian, Assyrian, Egyptian (Hyksos) and Babylonian stories with mainly a changing of character names (to Hebrew puns) and a change of locations--sometimes as far as the original Bahrain (ancient Dilmun: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dilmun ) in the Persian Gulf for the landing of the Ark boat of the Flood story, relocated all the way to the more familiar northern Mountains of Ararat. That's one reason religious fanatics will never find the Ark of Noah on Mount Ararat. The original story did not take place in the mountains or kingdom of Uratu ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urartu ).

    In this example (below), for instance, Sitchen uses as an argument (page 104 Genesis Revisited) that the Biblical author knew of plate tectonics. Well, that particular Biblical author may have seen The Force of god in his pantheistic description of a volcano (probably the Thera/Santorini eruption being remembered from Hyksos times) but not understood anything "Clearly conveyed" about plate tectonics:

    Was the Old Testament "God" just an allegory for a Volcano? A&A forum: http://tinyurl.com/pwz7g52

    (on the other hand) The 19th Song; A song of pantheism, A&A forum: http://tinyurl.com/pym6l9l

    Don't get me wrong, as an "alien abductee" myself I'm of the opinion that ETs have always been visiting this planet, possibly interdimensionally. And I do appreciate the fact that Sitchin does point out to his readers over-and-over-and-over again-again-and-again that the Jewish "Biblical" writers were stealing their material from older versions of the same stories. Probably from the Great Ancient Library of Ashurbanipal in Nineveh, which is why Jonah was going there in the first place, to renew his library card.

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