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Anunnaki descended from An, the supreme being that reigned over all the Sumerian gods.
According to the Sumerian mythology, An was referred to as the god of heaven, the sky-god, the king of gods, and lord of constellations.
“An” dwelt in the highest regions of heaven and had the power to judge those who had committed crimes.
He was depicted as a jackal in art and the stars were created as soldiers to destroy the wicked.
“An” was the oldest god in the Sumerian pantheon and he was called Anu by the rulers of Mesopotamia and the Akkadians.
According to the interpretation of Sumerian cosmology by Sitchin, Nibiru is a hypothetical planet that follows a long and elliptical orbit that reaches the inner solar system after every 3,600 years.
It catastrophically collided with another hypothetical planet called Tiamat between Mars and Jupiter.
The collision is said to have led to the formation of planet Earth, the comets, and the asteroid belt.
Although Tiamat was outlined as a goddess in the Enuma Elish, Sitchin gave a different opinion that Tiamat may be what we all refer to as Earth.
This is explained further that Tiamat split in two after being struck by one of the moons of planet Nibiru.
There are people who believe that on ancient clay tablets of Mesopotamia are actual descriptions of otherworldly beings that descended upon the earth thousands of years ago.
Others believe that the ancient Anunnaki are part of a creation myth embraced by ancient cultures like the Babylonian, Sumerian, Assyrian, and Akkadian.
The Igigi (they who turn and see), are said to be the Ancient Astronaut gods of the younger generations even before the alleged creation of mankind by the ancient Anunnaki.
They were the servants to the mighty Anunnaki whose mission on Earth was to mine gold.