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How Does the Historic ET presence relate to US policy in Iraq?

    An independent archaeologist that discusses a direct link between the ancient ET presence in Sumer (southern Iraq) and current US focus on the regime of Saddam Hussein, is William Henry. Henry's main thesis is that there existed in Sumerian times a technological device which he describes as a 'Stargate', that the Anunnaki/Nephilim used to travel back and forth from their homeworld and the Earth, and also how they travel around the galaxy. (18) Henry focuses on the following scene described by Sitchin's interpretation of a cuneiform tablet of an Uruk ritual text:

        Depictions have been found that show divine beings flanking a temple entrance and holding up poles to which ringlike objects are attached. The celestial nature of the scene is indicated by the inclusion of the symbols of the Sun and the Moon.... depicting Enlil and Enki flanking a gateway through which Anu is making a grand entrance. (19)

    Rather than a simple temple scene involving the chief Anunnaki of the Sumerians, Anu and his two sons, Enlil and Enki, Henry proposes that the above scene represents a transportation device used by Anu and others from the elite Anunnaki. If so, then such a device is most likely located in the Sumerian city of Uruk which was the founding city of the Sumerian civilization and the home of Gilgamesh, the famed king of the Epic of Gilgamesh. (20)

    Sitchin, and authors such as David Childress who discuss the various technologies used by ETs and ancient civilizations, missed the significance of the Stargate in their own translations of the above texts and investigations of ET transportation. Both operated in a conventional paradigm where transportation occurs through rocket propelled vehicles. (21) Sitchin focuses on rocket propelled spacecraft in his description of the Anunnaki and their various trips to and from the Earth. For example, describing the transportation used by the Anunnaki in moving between their earth and space based locations, Sitchin wrote: "The texts reveal that three hundred of them - The "Anunnaki of Heaven," or Igig- were true astronauts who stayed aboard the spacecraft without actually landing on Earth. Orbiting Earth, these spacecraft launched and received the shuttle craft to and from Earth."

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SOURCE Exopolitics Study Paper 2


Why is America's Biggest Airforce Base in Iraq right next to the Source of all the controversy of the Sumerian/Anunnaki Connection

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"The ruins of the ancient Sumerian city of Ur are in a desolate corner of southern Iraq. Settlements at the site began so long ago that the city is mentioned in the Old Testament. The temple tower, known as the Ziggarat, has quietly witnessed at least 4,000 years of history. Many hot baking suns and cool evening moons have lingered upon its dusty brick walls." Source

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During more recent times, jet engines have disturbed the silence of the desert. The area is now home to the men and women of the 407th Air Expeditionary Group at Ali Base near Nasariyah. Enduring the isolation and the 120-degree temperatures, soldiers and airmen maintain a fully functioning airport in the middle of nowhere. Source

Exerpt - Ur and the Annunaki Connection

Based on other Sumerian temples in the region, the Ziggarat was most likely adorned with animals made of copper and carved shell that were pressed into bitumen — or black tar. Columns were inlaid with mother of pearl and pink limestone. Thousands of clay cones, crafted to look like flower stems, were probably pressed into the tar to form geometric patterns after the “petals” had been dipped in red and black pigments.

The temple was a place of worship and ritual, not a burial tomb like an Egyptian pyramid. It was completed during the reign of King Ur-Nammu. Back then, it was surrounded by the fruits of irrigation, palm trees and lush gardens. Without a system of canals to bring the water, Ur could not have existed as a city. 

To see the excavated treasures of Ur, we can leave Iraq and travel to the ivy-covered halls of the University of Pennsylvania, to its Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Philadelphia. Here can be found the largest collection of artifacts from Ur in the United States.

Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Philadelphia

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The Iraq War & Archaeology

Photo: "During a Pentagon briefing, Marine Col. Matthew Bogdanos said so far during a four-month investigation, about 3,400 artifacts have been recovered and returned to the Iraqi people, but many items remain missing. He leads a 13-member team formed by U.S. Central Command to recover items missing or stolen from Iraqi museums. DoD photo by Helene C. Stikkel"


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