describes how a group of enlightened beings
descended from heaven to rule Earth.
The total length of their domination:
How is that possible?
It gives us the names and
reign lengths of the kings
of Sumer, a region that encompassed the
space now occupied by southern Iraq.
To the forbidden
history community, the first, unattested kings on the list present
Mainstream scholars dismiss the existence of these lords and their impossibly-long reigns, citing the fact that no archaeological discoveries support the unusual claims made by the stone tablets.
Yet the cuneiform words are there:
After the first heavenly king's tenure ended, the scepter fell into the hands of Alalngar, who ruled for 36,000 years.
After him, it was
En-men-lu-ana's turn to sit on the throne for a whopping 43,200
years. The next 5 kings all held office for very long periods of
time, the shortest of which lasted 'only' 18,600 years.
AND THE KINGSHIP HAD DESCENDED FROM HEAVEN,
THE KINGSHIP WAS IN KISH."
The kings in this dynasty had shorter reigns than the ones before them, but they still extended way beyond the expected life span of a human being in those days.
The shortest reign
belonged to Zamug, 'the son of Barsal-nuna,' who remained in power
for 140 years.
By documenting their extremely old history, they could stake a legitimate claim to rule the land.
But most historians dismiss the existence of
the Anunnaki, the Children of Anu.
These beings had mastered
space travel and although it is said they came here from
planet, Nibiru, their place of origin might as well have been
somewhere else in the galaxy.
Perhaps he is the product of evolution and natural selection. But if humans were indeed created by someone, there is room for the Anunnaki genesis theory which claims man drew his first breath in the laboratories of Anunnaki geneticists Enki and Ninmah.
If these beings were able
to manipulate and transform Homo erectus into rational,
intelligent humans, it goes without saying they were able to prolong
their own lives.
For all we know, these
celestial beings could have been immortal or at least
impervious to factors such as aging and disease. If they wielded
enough power to be considered gods, it stands to reason they were
immune to the troubles that end our lives short.
But amid this controversial topic, one thing is certain: