The Anunnaki Who Are They ?
The Anunnaki ( sometimes also transcribed as the Anunaki, Anunna, Ananaki, and other variations) are a group of deities that appear in the mythological traditions of the ancient Sumerians, Akkadians, Assyrians, and Babylonians. Descriptions of how many Anunnaki there were and what role they fulfilled are inconsistent and often contradictory. In the earliest Sumerian writings about them, which come from the Post-Akkadian period, the Anunnaki are the most powerful deities in the pantheon, descendants of Anu and Ki, the god of the heavens and the goddess of earth, and their primary function is to decree the fates of humanity.
The name Anunnaki is derived from Anu,An the Sumerian father god of the sky. The name is variously written "da-nuna", "da-nuna-ke ne", or "da-nun-na", meaning "princely offspring" or "offspring of An"
The earliest known mentioning of the word in actual meaning of physical beings as the term being called or known as the Anunnaki came from inscriptions written in the earliest forms of writing and language known to man, recorded in detailed descriptions and depictions, with thousands of writings in cuneform on clay tablets as early or before during the reign of Gudea (c. 2144 — 2124 BC) and the Third Dynasty of Ur.
In some of the earliest texts, the term is applied to the most powerful and important deities in the Sumerian pantheon: the descendants of the sky-god An.
The Seven Gods who have been depicted by many identities,names and beings during mans presence on Earth, in many myths legends and tales of folklore throughout all of the recorded timelines of humanity, with such fiery epic tales as the Epic of Gilgamesh, the Book of Enki, Enuma Elish , The Emerald Tablets of THOTH, were all recorded translations from across Mesopotamia, Sumer, Akkad - Assyrian Empire, and Babylonian timeline era which were recorded on thousands of clay tablets and the ancient star maps known as the MUL.APIN -
NIBIRU - Planet Derived from Ancient Cuneform Text recording Planetary Bodies and Alignments -
The Home Planet or Planetary system of the Anunnaki - Ruler-ship - Royal Bloodline - Authority - Domain - appears to be a collection of Planetary races with connections to other planets within the cosmic arena and identifies the planet as the Ruling center for the Anunnaki base. Many speculations of WAR and wars are supposed to have taken place among the Anunnaki that involve such ruler-ships and planetary bodies, MARS being mentioned repeatedly in texts recorded on clay tablets and star maps detailing the planet, its atmosphere, resources, study and ruler-ship being depicted as MARDUK the son of Enki. The Face on MARS is also said to be connected to the Anunnaki with mention of it in the Book of Enki describing how Alalu the brother of ANU who escaped from Niburu to set direction for the BLUE PLANET EA known as Earth in search of GOLD to save the dwindling atmosphere of NIBIRU - Alalu was said to of been directed by command to live out his final days on MARS alongside his faithful PILOT of his ship and command, he was buried in a tomb with his face pointing towards the EA as part of his remembrance.
First disclosed by Zacheria Stitchin in his book the 12th Planet where he translated the texts over a period of 40yrs, his research and dedication is portrayed in his life collection of works and findings to his research, many scholars question and debate to this day. New findings by scholars have also found the name appearing in the MUL.APIN Babylonian Star Constellation maps, accurate to this day and was used to compile the collection of Zodiac tables and movements.
The name has appeared through many depictions over human history timelines.
Planet of the Crossing- Nibiru - Wormwood - Planet X - 12th Planet
The Gilgamesh Epic was recorded on clay tablets. Flood stories are found in cultures worldwide.
The MUL.APINS is the conventional title given to a Babylonian compendium of tablets that deals with many diverse aspects of Babylonian astronomy and astrology. The earliest copy of the text so far discovered was made in 686 BC; however the majority of scholars now believe that the text was originally compiled around 1000 BC. The latest copies of Mul-Apin are currently dated to around 300 BC, but scholars debate over the actual dating.
The first tablet is the most important resource for any potential reconstruction of the Babylonian star map as its various sections locate the constellations in relation to each other and to the calendar. Tablet 1 has six main sections:
All the major stars and constellations are listed and organised into three broad divisions according to celestial latitude allocating each star to three paths:
Most of these stars and constellations are further attributed to a variety of Near Eastern deities
The heliacal rising dates of 34 stars and constellations are given according to the 360-day ‘ideal’ calendar year.
Lists of stars and constellations that rise and set at the same time.
The number of days between the risings of various stars and constellations.
The stars and constellations that rise and culminate at the same time.
The stars on the path of the moon, being the major constellations close to the ecliptic, which includes all the Babylonian forerunners to the zodiac constellations.
Even though the Babylonians used a luni-solar calendar, which added an occasional thirteenth month to the calendar, MUL.APIN, like most texts of Babylonian astrology, uses an ‘ideal’ year composed of 12 ‘ideal’ months each of which was composed of an ‘ideal’ 30 days. In this scheme the equinoxes were set on the 15th day of the first and seventh month, and the solstices on the 15th day of the fourth and tenth month.
The second tablet is of greater interest to historians of science as it furnishes us with many of the methods and procedures used by Babylonian astrologers to predict the movements of the sun, moon and planets as well as the various methods used to regulate the calendar. The contents of tablet 2 can be summarized under ten headings as follows:
The names of the sun and the planets and the assertion that they all travel the same path as the moon.
Which stars are rising and which contain the full moon on the solstices and equinoxes in order to judge the disparity of the lunar and solar cycles.
Recommendations for observing the appearances of certain stars and the direction of the wind at the time of their first appearance.
Very approximate values for the number of days that each planet is visible and invisible during the course of its observational cycle.
The four stars associated with the four directional winds.
The dates when the sun is present in each of the three stellar paths.
Two types of intercalation scheme. One uses the rising dates of certain stars while the other uses position of the moon in relation to the stars and constellations.
The relative duration of day and night at the solstices and equinoxes, and the lengths of shadow cast by a gnomon at various times of the day at the solstices and equinoxes.
A basic mathematical scheme giving the rising and setting times of the moon in each month.
A selection of astrological omens.
There is some evidence that a third, and so far uncovered, tablet was sometimes appended to the series. To judge from its opening line it started with a section of scholarly explanations of celestial omens.
It is in the tradition of earlier star catalogues, the so-called Three Stars Each lists, but represents an expanded version based on more accurate observation, likely compiled around 1000 BC. The text lists the names of 66 stars and constellations and further gives a number of indications, such as rising, setting and culmination dates, that help to map out the basic structure of the Babylonian star map. Such detailed information from our very early advanced ancestors with advanced systems and technologies for building, sacred Geometry and Astonomical systems globally all seem to be correlating to many of the same sources of information and timelines.
Clay tablet with two columns of inscription. Astronomical treatise, tablet 1 of the series MUL.APIN ("the plough star") which includes a list of the three divisions of the heavens, the dates (in the ideal 360-day year) of the rising of principal stars and of those which rise and set together, and the constellations in the path of the moon; nearly complete.
MYAN - MESOAMERICAN Civilization Pre Columbia
The Myan Culture of Mesoamerican civilization noted for its recordings of logosyllabic script - the most sophisticated developed writing system in pre - Columbian Americas, as well as for its,art,architecture, mathematics,calendar and astronomical in-depth system.The Maya civilization was a Mesoamerican civilization developed by the Maya peoples, and noted for its logosyllabic script—the most sophisticated and highly developed writing system in pre-Columbian Americas—as well as for its art, architecture, mathematics, calendar, and astronomical system. The Maya civilization developed in an area that encompasses southeastern Mexico, all of Guatemala and Belize, and the western portions of Honduras and El Salvador. This region consists of the northern lowlands encompassing the Yucatán Peninsula, and the highlands of the Sierra Madre, running from the Mexican state of Chiapas, across southern Guatemala and onwards into El Salvador, and the southern lowlands of the Pacific littoral plain.
The many Mayan Gods supernatural beings depicted as FLYING WINGED Birds and other creatures as SNAKES,REPTILES,DOGS,BEASTS feathered Serpants as the famous Quetzalcoatl " Quetzalcoatl - Spanish: [ketsalˈkoatɬ] - Classical Nahuatl: Quetzalcohuātl, in honorific form: Quetza is known as a deity in Mesoamerican culture and literature whose name comes from the Nahuatl language and means "feathered serpent" or "Quetzal-feathered Serpent". The worship of a Feathered Serpent is first documented in Teotihuacan in the first century BC or first century AD. That period lies within the Late Preclassic to Early Classic period (400 BC – 600 AD) of Mesoamerican chronology, and veneration of the figure appears to have spread throughout Mesoamerica by the Late Classic period (600–900 AD).
The VEDIC - ARAYAN -
The ancient Vedic Sanskrit texts, that not only consist of some of the possible oldest layers of literature and the oldest scriptures of Hinduism. Hindus consider the Vedas to be APAURUSEYA, which means "not of a man", superhuman" or "impersonal, author-less".
Vedas are also called śruti ("what is heard") literature, distinguishing them from other religious texts, which are called smṛti ("what is remembered"). The Veda, for orthodox Indian theologians, are considered revelations seen by ancient sages after intense meditation, and texts that have been more carefully preserved since ancient times. In the Hindu Epic the Mahabharata, the creation of Vedas is credited to Brahma. The Vedic hymns themselves assert that they were skillfully created by Rishis (sages), after inspired creativity, just as a carpenter builds a chariot. According to tradition, Vyasa is the compiler of the Vedas, who arranged the four kinds of mantras into four Samhitas(Collections). There are four Vedas: the Rigveda, the Yajurveda, the Samaveda and the Atharvaveda. Each Veda has been subclassified into four major text types – the Samhitas (mantras and benedictions), the Aranyakas (text on rituals, ceremonies, sacrifices and symbolic-sacrifices), the Brahmanas (commentaries on rituals, ceremonies and sacrifices), and the Upanishads (texts discussing meditation, philosophy and spiritual knowledge).
The Vedas are among the oldest sacred texts. The Samhitas date to roughly 1700–1100 BCE, and the "circum-Vedic" texts, as well as the redaction of the Samhitas, date to c. 1000–500 BCE, resulting in a Vedic period, spanning the mid 2nd to mid 1st millennium BCE, or the Late Bronze Age and the Iron Age. The Vedic period reaches its peak only after the composition of the mantra texts, with the establishment of the various shakhas all over Northern India which annotated the mantra samhitas with Brahmanadiscussions of their meaning, and reaches its end in the age of Buddha and Panini and the rise of the Mahajanapadas (archaeologically, Northern Black Polished Ware). Michael Witzel gives a time span of c. 1500 to c. 500–400 BCE. Witzel makes special reference to the Near Eastern Mitanni material of the 14th century BCE, the only epigraphic record of Indo-Aryan contemporary to the Rigvedic period. He gives 150 BCE (Patañjali) as a terminus ante quem for all Vedic Sanskrit literature, and 1200 BCE (the early Iron Age) as terminus post quem for the Atharvaveda.
The corpus of Vedic Sanskrit texts includes:
The Samhitas (Sanskrit saṃhitā, "collection"), are collections of metric texts ("mantras"). There are four "Vedic" Samhitas: the Rig-Veda, Sama-Veda, Yajur-Veda, and Atharva-Veda, most of which are available in several recensions (śākhā). In some contexts, the term Veda is used to refer to these Samhitas. This is the oldest layer of Vedic texts, apart from the Rigvedic hymns, which were probably essentially complete by 1200 BCE, dating to c. the 12th to 10th centuries BCE. The complete corpus of Vedic mantras as collected in Bloomfield's Vedic Concordance (1907) consists of some 89,000 padas(metrical feet), of which 72,000 occur in the four Samhitas.
The Brahmanas are prose texts that comment and explain the solemn rituals as well as expound on their meaning and many connected themes. Each of the Brahmanas is associated with one of the Samhitas or its recensions. The Brahmanas may either form separate texts or can be partly integrated into the text of the Samhitas. They may also include the Aranyakas and Upanishads.
The Aranyakas, "wilderness texts" or "forest treaties", were composed by people who meditated in the woods as recluses and are the third part of the Vedas. The texts contain discussions and interpretations of ceremonies, from ritualistic to symbolic meta-ritualistic points of view It is frequently read in secondary literature.
While production of Brahmanas and Aranyakas ceased with the end of the Vedic period, additional Upanishads were composed after the end of the Vedic period.
The Brahmanas, Aranyakas, and Upanishads, among other things, interpret and discuss the Samhitas in philosophical and metaphorical ways to explore abstract concepts such as the Absolute (Brahman), and the soul or the self (Atman), introducing Vedanta philosophy, one of the major trends of later Hinduism. In other parts, they show evolution of ideas, such as from actual sacrifice to symbolic sacrifice, and of spirituality in the Upanishads. This has inspired later Hindu scholars such as Adi Shankara to classify each Veda into karma-kanda (कर्म खण्ड, action/ritual-related sections) and jnana-kanda (ज्ञान खण्ड, knowledge/spirituality-related sections).
The texts considered "Vedic" in the sense of "corollaries of the Vedas" is less clearly defined, and may include numerous post-Vedic texts such as the later Upanishads and the Sutra literature. Texts not considered to be shruti are known as smriti (Sanskrit: smṛti; "the remembered"), or texts of remembered traditions.
These classifications are often not tenable for linguistic and formal reasons: There is not only one collection at any one time, but rather several handed down in separate Vedic schools; Upanişads ... are sometimes not to be distinguished from Āraṇyakas...; Brāhmaṇas contain older strata of language attributed to the Saṃhitās; there are various dialects and locally prominent traditions of the Vedic schools. Nevertheless, it is advisable to stick to the division adopted by Max Müller because it follows the Indian tradition, conveys the historical sequence fairly accurately, and underlies the current editions, translations, and monographs on Vedic literature."
The Upanishads are largely philosophical works, some in dialogue form. They are the foundation of Hindu philosophical thought and its diverse traditions. Of the Vedic corpus, they alone are widely known, and the central ideas of the Upanishads are at the spiritual core of Hindus.
The Anunnaki depicted as various Deities through Human History Timelines
The many representations of these beings are visible in every community,tribe,nation and lands. The GODS and GODDESSES are known by many names, with many faces, sometimes with familiarity with the same character or person, that collects or represents the same meaning or individual. The stories have been told many times, in many ways but all revert back to the same principles of LIFE and CREATION stories of mans origins from the STARS or Star People.
There is now clear evidence pointing towards these beings that were called the Anunnaki were here as inhabitants upon Earth and much correlation between the many representations of those Beings who played a significant role in the hand of creation with mankind and the increased level of intelligent life, earthly ways, Morals, Education, Agriculture and the many technologies used globally, with supporting evidence from Anthropologists, Archaeologists and Scientists and scholars globally are now connecting the dots to the bigger picture and presence of a higher intelligent advanced race, and the possibilities of such an advanced race, with evidence that mankind made such a leap forwards, with knowledge of advanced building techniques, Sacred Geometry and Astrology.
Is it now time to accept, digest and process that we as Humanity have been and are still part of a civilization that has been hidden for over 2,000 years is now making a significant stamp on Humanity as a whole, with the Earth population and tribes and as a RACE the HUMAN RACE remembering their lost Ancient Past.
Written by : Dollie Leanne Deeming-Jensen
Anunnaki History Researcher - 2019