Michael Tellinger has written four books, the most popular of which
was 'Slave Species of the Gods' (2012), in which he wrote about the
role of the Anunnaki in genetically creating homo sapiens and other
hominoid species for use as slave labor in mining operations.
believes that the chief Anunnaki scientist,
Enki, imprinted early
humans with the genetic potential to outgrow their slave origin to
evolve into long lived and wise beings, equal to their god creators.
Tellinger has investigated ancient mines and stone ruins in Southern
Africa which confirm
the Anunnaki presence as described in
Sitchin's interpretations of Sumerian cuneiform texts.
explains how different types of stones and their geometric
formation, in places such as
Adam's calendar, can be used for
developing advanced technologies, superior in key ways to modern
He finally discusses
'Ubuntu' and his one small town
initiative as a solution to problems caused by
global banking and
increasing centralization of global societies.