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shannonavery
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Message 16 of 42 (98119)
04-06-2004 2:03 PM
Reply to: Message 3 by Spencer
03-16-2004 12:35 AM


When you say that the Annunaki 'told people' to search the net...does that mean there are some of them still here? I'm new, so forgive me if this has been covered before. I'm not usually a believer in things like this, but I recently had an odd experience while on a business trip to New Orleans. I met a person who told me some very strange things and proceeded to back them up with data and emphirical fact. I've been searching the net to try and understand what I experienced and this topic seems the most similar to what I was told.
Has anyone ever met an Annunaki (or some agent acting on their behalf)?
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Gary
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Message 17 of 42 (99583)
04-13-2004 1:50 AM
Reply to: Message 16 by shannonavery
04-06-2004 2:03 PM


Can you go into more detail, please? I'd like to hear more about what this person said to you.
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salmondine
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Message 18 of 42 (100536)
04-17-2004 2:09 AM


annunaki
There seems to me little doubt that the annunaki were here.
The account of the flood given by the Sumers says the reason for not telling men about the impending flood was to destroy annunaki+human hybrids.
There is Biblical confirmation, I will paraphrase: "the sons of god knew the daughters of men and found them good. Their children were heros, giants and men of great renown.

The Idea was to wipe out the hybrids considered an abomination by the annunaki.

Even the biblical scribes believed that there was a time when a race of gods were living on earth with humans.

Here we have two seperate historical documents stating the same thing.


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salmondine
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Message 19 of 42 (100538)
04-17-2004 2:15 AM
Reply to: Message 16 by shannonavery
04-06-2004 2:03 PM


St. germain
Do a web search for ST. German he was sighted across centuries, never seen to eat and did not age, all consistent with an annunaki hybrid at least.
Given the accurate calenders the jews pocessed the lifespan of a certain bloodline was important,because they lived hundreds of years. this is why the bible goes to great lengths to tell us who begat who, pages and pages of it.
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SRO2 
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Message 20 of 42 (100540)
04-17-2004 2:20 AM
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04-17-2004 2:09 AM


Re: annunaki
This is NOT news. almost every culture contains accounts of floods...even today...to a remote tribe in the Amazon flooding of a small village is "Global" to them...since there are countless hundreds of floods over thousands of years...to small, isolated populations, they were always global...it means absolutely nothing.
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shannonavery
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Message 21 of 42 (101279)
04-20-2004 4:21 PM
Reply to: Message 17 by Gary
04-13-2004 1:50 AM


I'm a bit embarassed because, as I said, I am usally a rationalist (no offense). But I spent nearly all night talking to this person and I am convinced that she wasn't human. Maybe I'm crazy. Maybe she was. Though, in the course of my work, I have interviewed many mentally ill people and there was nothing in this "woman's" manner to indicated that she was in any way mentally impaired.
Basically, she told me that she was a member of a completely separate intelligent species. She never came out and said it quite like that, but she described in considerable detail (I have seven notebooks of notes from that night!) her life and her 'people': their culture, phliosophies, technology, etc. I only understood a small fraction of it at the time, since my background is in political science and she talked like someone with a PHD in physics, biology, economics, and music all rolled into one. Since then, I have spoken to a few sources who are experts in the above mentioned fields and others. I didn't tell them why I was asking (for fear they would laugh me out of the room) or where I got the information, but across the board, they all said that the infoirmation I gave them was consistant with the very latest advances and theories in their respective fields. They also admitted that much of it was beyond their comprehension, though it did seem to follow logically from what they understood.
She mentioned Annunaki in the course of the conversation, which is why I'm here. From what I gathered, she herself was not Annunaki, but some sort of cousin to them. I think she was referring to both her own group and the Annunaki as two social sub-sets of the same genetic species.
I would definately like any imput anyone can give, especially if anyone has had similar personal experiences. I would be interesting (not to mention comforting to my sanity!) to see if the information is consistent across several sources.
Thanks,
Shannon
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shannonavery
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Message 22 of 42 (101280)
04-20-2004 4:24 PM
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04-17-2004 2:15 AM


Re: St. germain
Thanks! I definately will check it out. Your description of St. Germain's long life is consistant with my notes. This 'woman' claimed to be over a hundred years old, though she looked about 20.
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Lammy
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Message 23 of 42 (101285)
04-20-2004 4:34 PM
Reply to: Message 21 by shannonavery
04-20-2004 4:21 PM


Shannonavery, is it possible that I could get at least a portion of your notes?

I'll be honest with you. I am a critic of such theories (not valid scientific theories).


The Laminator


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salmondine
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Message 24 of 42 (101431)
04-21-2004 2:19 AM


Enki - Annunaki Scientist
Enki was first described in early Sumer Cuneiform tablets as Ea. Or Lord of the water, presumably because he splashed down in the ocean after being exiled to earth. After he discovered gold on Earth, He contacted Nibiru and told them. The Annunaki needed gold badly, They pulverized it and released it at high altitudes to protect Nibiru during it close pass to the sun. (Every wonder why gold was considered valuable in the first place.) After this he was readmitted to Annunaki society and given the title: Enki used hereafter, Enki had established gold mines on earth and Annunaki were transported here for labor, Given the incredible lifespans of these beings, it is not surprising that after several thousand years, living in the dark, breathing dust and working hard labor, they revolted.
The texts tell us it was at this point Enki with Nan Hirsag suggested to ANU, leader of the Annunaki, who came to earth to quench the rebellion, Let us create the LULU or primitive worker - or man.
The texts describe what was then an ancient cosmological collision in which the seeds of life were transferred to the earth; the story includes the formation of the asteroid belt, the ejection of the moon, the reversal or retrograde orbit of a planet and the tilting of another. Then the texts tell of the difficulties encountered in the genetic manipulation of Homo Erectus to Homo Sapiens, (This is why there is no missing link in the fossil record, there isn't one, we were directly genetically manipulated to our present form), the problem was getting a breeding population of humans, early attempts were not able to breed. Finally Enki was successful, but he didn't stop there he when on to create the Adamus or perfected man, the bibles Adam. This is why when Cain slew able he was able to go to another land and take a wife, there were other people or else why put the mark on Cain to protect him from being murdered by others. Enki symbol is two snakes entwined on a branch in the same double helix pattern we use to show DNA, almost the same as the American medical ASS.
We know where we came from, because the Sumers wrote it down.
They also said "all that we know we learned from the Annunaki".
That’s quite a bit, Sumer is credited with invention of: Law, government, agriculture, irrigation, metallurgy, medicine, writing, the wheel and much-much more.
  
Gary
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Message 25 of 42 (101593)
04-21-2004 3:47 PM
Reply to: Message 19 by salmondine
04-17-2004 2:15 AM


Re: St. Germain
I looked on Google. Most mentions of Comte de St. Germain fall between the years 1750 and 1784. He was quite a celebrity from about 1750 to 1760 and would give out various elixirs and potions that supposedly prevented aging. During the height of his popularity he appeared to be around 40 to 50 years of age. He was quite rich, possibly from selling this elixirs, and was fond of jewels. In 1777, a minister noted that he appeared between 60 and 70 years of age. According to the church register of Eckernförde, he died in 1784. He had lived his last years under the patronage of Prince Charles of Hesse-Cassel in Schleswig, Germany, and had spent most of his fortune. He suffered form rhuematism at this time.

Comte de St. Germain was later sighted by various people, but he sounds to me like an 18th century version of Nessie or Bigfoot. It is true that he was rarely seen eating anything other than an oatmeal mixture which he prepared himself, and that he claimed to be over 2000 years old. He said that he knew Jesus Christ. However, in 1775, when Madam de Gergy asked if they had met in 1710, he replied that it was possible that they had met but unlikely. He had supposedly sold her some sort of elixir which had kept her young for a long time.

I believe that St. Germain is not consistant with a member of some lost alien race, but rather with a charlatan and snake oil salesman. Just because there are legends about someone and some people say they are true, doesn't mean that they are right.


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jar
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Message 26 of 42 (101687)
04-21-2004 8:53 PM


shannonavery
something I don't understand.

What is the environment like on this lost planet?


Aslan is not a Tame Lion
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Lammy
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Message 27 of 42 (101689)
04-21-2004 8:59 PM
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04-21-2004 8:53 PM


Re: shannonavery
Speaking from a scientific point of view, IFF this planet exists, then it should be a frozen worthless piece of rock or ice.


The Laminator


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shannonavery
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Message 28 of 42 (101871)
04-22-2004 3:10 PM
Reply to: Message 23 by Lammy
04-20-2004 4:34 PM


I'm a little senisitive about giving out my notes right now--I'm thinking of writing a book if I can get any solid coroberation (I too am a skeptic). But if you have specific questions, I can respond, though I don't always understand my own notes. SOme of the info I got was quite scientific.
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shannonavery
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Message 29 of 42 (101875)
04-22-2004 3:16 PM
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04-21-2004 8:59 PM


Re: shannonavery
I don't know anything about a lost planet. My source seemed to have lived all of her life on earth and she never insinuated she was any kind of alien, so maybe she isn't Annunaki at all. Maybe she was just some kind of physics savant who delighted in messing with people's heads.
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Gary
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Message 30 of 42 (102658)
04-25-2004 9:38 PM
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04-22-2004 3:16 PM


Re: shannonavery
We really can't ask specific questions unless we know the general scope of your notes. Could you at least give a few of the topics that your source focused on?
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