Sat Aug 24, 2019

The Anunnaki and Their Quest for Gold


Sumer is the earliest known civilization in the historical region of southern Mesopotamia, modern-day southern Iraq, and arguably one of the first civilizations in the world. For the time period, Sumeria had access to incredibly advanced technology – some of which we use even to this day. Their technology included the wheel, the first known writing script, arithmetic, geometry, irrigation, boats, a lunar calendar, metalwork, maps, schools, contracts, astronomy, and even beer. But how did Sumer get this technology?

The mainstream narrative is that, because they had a form of writing, they were able to document all their research and technology. They started small, but over vast periods of time, and because they could write things down so as to not forget them, they built up a technological base quickly. On this episode, Frank and Mike discuss the other alternative. Alien intervention. Specifically, the Anunnaki.

The Anunnaki lore and mythology is deep. The Lost Book of Enki by Zecharia Sitchin summarizes it well. Originally, the Anunnaki came to Earth to mine gold. They needed gold to save the atmosphere of their planet, Nibiru, which was eroding away. Eventually needing to create workers to facilitate the gold extraction on Earth, they created humanity through a hybridization of Homo erectus with Anunnaki genes. This new slave race, us, worked for many years, toiling in the mines. Eventually, planet Nibiru passed too close to Earth and its gravitational influence caused mass flooding and the near genocide of humanity. Attempting to make amends, the Anunnaki gathered up the remainder of humanity and settled them in Sumeria, giving them access to advanced technology.

Discussion on all this and more can be found on this episode of Troubled Minds Radio. The show is available here at your fingertips in what we call ‘light video format’ (accompanying photos and videos) on YouTube and in audio/podcast format on Soundcloud! Don’t forget to like and share to help spread the word. If you’re an igigi rebel, listening to our show from deep underground, don’t forget to leave us feedback or send in a comment to troubledmindsradio@gmail.com and let us know what you think!