Where do we come from and why are we here? Questions which have divided our human ideology for centuries. Man seems to have an instinctive belief in the existence of a God, and this is demonstrated by the multitude of world religions. Each religion sets forth various teachings as to what God is like, and what he expects from men. The real question now becomes, which God is the true one?
In this paper I'm going to suggest to you a theory which is unpopular and has been scrutinized by many top archaeologists as being ridiculous. This, even with the evidence I provide is only to be taken with a pinch of salt, because it’s just another idea about how we began.
In now what is known as modern day Iraq, lays what many historians and archaeologists regard as the cradle of civilisation. During the years 3500 and 1900 BC the fertile crescent between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers was the home of the Sumerian people.
The Sumerians were one of the earliest civilisations to emerge in the world, they discovered city blocks, the sailboat, wheeled vehicles, dikes, irrigation, canals, jewellery, the pottery wheel, copper tools, algebra, the arch and the first superhero, Gilgamesh.
The Sumerians also invented the first known writing system, by using cuneiform script on clay tablets. In the 19th century archaeologists exploring the ancient ruins of Nineveh, discovered 22,000 of these clay tablets. When they were later translated the text describes many stories similar to those found in the Christian Bible.
"Virtually every story that's in Genesis, the flood story, Adam and Eve story, they all have precedence with the ancient Sumerians" - Arthur D. Horn, PH.D.
In 1976 Author Zac Siten published his own translations of all 22,000 tablets in a series of books called the early chronicles. According to his work, the clay tablets describe an alien race called the Annunaki, who came to earth to mine for gold.
The tablets also describe a...