The Anunnaki are thought to be the beings from Aldebaran, whom the Vril Society channeled in the 1920s, in pursuit of the designs needed for the Nazi UFO space program. Certain sources attribute the Anunaki to be tall, fair skinned (white), blond, and blue eyed, the progenitors of the Caucasians. They are also suspected to be the "tall whites" that the Iranians claim, are working with the US government.
The Anunnaki are deities in Sumerian and Akkadian mythology. In the Sumerian / Akkadian creation mythos, the IGIGI rebel from the Anunnaki. The Anunnaki and the IGIGI have been associated with the Watchers and the Grigori in the Books of Enoch. The rebellious IGIGI may be equated with the progenitors of the nephilim mentioned in the Pentatuach.
- The Holman Christian Standard Bible translates Numbers 13:33 as: "We even saw the Nephilim (נָפִיל nĕphiyl) there — the descendants of Anak (עֲנָקִים `Anaqiy) come from the Nephilim! To ourselves we seemed like grasshoppers, and we must have seemed the same to them.”
In ufology, the Anunnaki are considered to be extraterrestrials associated with Nibiru (Sitchin), Nemesis, or Planet X, who are expected to return to Earth. Linda Moulton Howe follows up with this concept, with the return, or second coming of Nabu (Sumerian Nidaba). Nabu corresponds to the Greek god Apollo (See Large Hadron Collider#Weaponization, see also Lokas or Talas). Nabu may also be associated with Thoth.
- ↑ The Aldebaran Mystery, by Jim Nichols
- ↑ The Origin of the Blue Eyes: The Ancient 'Gods' and Their Royal Descendants (2013)
- ↑ The Rh-Negative Registry, Theory- The Annunaki, Enki and Enlil (2013)
- ↑ FARS NEWS, Snowden, Documents Proving “US-Alien-Hitler” Link Stun Russia (2014), TEHRAN (FNA)
- ↑ whatdoesitmean, Snowden Documents Proving “US-Alien-Hitler” Link Stuns Russia, (2014) by Sorcha Faal
- ↑ The Pentatuach, also known as the Torah, consists of the first five books of the Hebrew Bible.
- ↑ Coast to Coast AM (May 25, 2017) Aliens & UFO Encounters, with Linda Moulton Howe
- ↑ Bertman, Stephen (2005). Handbook to Life in Ancient Mesopotamia (Paperback ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press. p. 122. ISBN 9780195183641. Retrieved 2016-08-08.