Yesterday, you'll recall, I blogged about the strange statement of Russian Major General Igor Konshenkov, a statement that was clearly directed to the war party in Washington. Konshenkov, you'll recall, stated that the Russian air and missile defense systems in Syria were now fully operational, and that they had an operational range that would be a "surprise" to Washington and to any and all "unidentified flying objects" entering Syrian airspace. As I pointed out, the more prosaic and probable meaning of that statement was simply "any unknown" object entering Syrian airspace not supplying proper electronic "ident" or identification from transponders or in response to commands from Russian and/or Syrian authorities to identify itself (or be shot down). But, as in the case of Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova's use of "tectonic consequences" should Washington pursue its war path, General Konshenkov's message carried deeper and undeniable implications, for "unidentified flying objects", he would know, carries a certain colloquial meaning in American English which is unavoidable. That colloquial meaning is simply "flying saucer," i.e., a nuts-and-bolts advanced technology not originating from earth or humans, and a nuts-and-bolts technology that originates from advanced human black projects. Interpreted with this in mind, General Konshenkov's remarks take on a whole new and much deeper, mysterious, and more profound set of meanings and implications, meanings and implications that imply some "off-world, outer-space" connection to Middle Eastern geopolitics.

As I also pointed out yesterday, his was not the only such strange remark about the Middle East; the other was made by Iraqi Transportation minister, Mr. Kazem Finjan, according to this story (again, shared by many regular readers here):

'Ancient aliens' built world’s first airport 7,000 years ago – Iraqi Minister

Notably, this story appeared a couple of days prior to General Konashenkov's remarks, thus providing an intriguing backdrop and context for his warnings to Washington. And notably, it was reported also in RT, Russia's English language news outlet. According to this story, Minister Finjan “ancient aliens” built earth’s first airport 7,000 years ago in the Middle East - and used it for interplanetary missions.

Getting ever so slightly sidetracked during a press conference to announce the construction of a real-life, modern day airport in Dhi Qar, southern Iraq, Finjan suggested spacecraft launched from the same area in 5,000 BC discovered Pluto and the mythical planet of Nibiru.

Sumerians inhabited what was Mesopotamia and, according to Finjan, were aided in developing this space station by visiting aliens.

"The first airport that was established on planet earth was in this place. It was constructed 5,000 years before Christ,” Finjan told a baffled gallery of journalists.

"The particularity of this place is that it remains the safest for the landing and takeoff of aircraft, due to favourable weather conditions. When the Sumerians settled on this land, they were aware of this and have chosen specifically for their flights to other planets."

And RT article goes on to note that Minister Finjan is "well-read" and that he himself suggested the "proof" for his assertions likes in the works of well-known alternative researcher, the late Zechariah Sitchin, who (let it be noted, though this is not mentioned in the RT article) headquartered his antique import-export business in Rockefeller Center.

This provides, needless to say, a curious context for General Konashenkov's remarks merely two days later, and even provides a curious backdrop for the whole western invasion of Iraq that occurred after 9/11 and the Baghdad Museum Looting, events about which I have maintained high octane speculations. In effect, I and other researchers in the alternative research community have long suspected that the invasion was about more than just oil or destabilizing the Baathist secular regime of Saddam Hussein at the behest of Israel and Saudi Arabia. I have long suspected that it was also about (1) kicking out the French and German archaeological teams digging up that country for Saddam, and thus preventing them from gaining any knowledge or access to any information about (2) any ancient advanced technology that might remain there, including advanced weaponry. I have even gone so far as to suggest in my various books and interviews that the whole excuse for that invasion - to prevent Saddam from acquiring weapons of mass destruction - may have been about precisely that, but while the world was thinking in terms of atomic, biological, and chemical weapons, that what was really meant to "those in the know" were WMD's of a far different and much more ancient sort, the so-called "Tablets of Destinies" that form the subject of so much ancient Mesopotamian lore about the wars of the gods, and which were, in fact, the WMD's by which those gods fought those wars. Minister Finjan's reference to Mr. Sitchin's works could thus be intended to be read as a message, for Mr. Sitchin talked in those works precisely about those wars, and those WMD "tablets of destinies." Mr. Finjan could be saying "we know full well why you invaded."

This is, of course, all the highest octane of high octane speculations. But there's more context here that suggests that much deeper agendas are in play than we've been told. Assad's regime in Syria is precisely a Baathist, secular regime. And Syria, like Iraq, has antiquities. And if you've been following the work of Dr. Heather Lynn, she claims that there are large corporate interests - think Thyssen and Germany! - that were involved in archaeological digs in Syria. Libya, and Egypt, both targets of destabilization efforts, also have antiquities.

So, you may call me crazy (and I may just be), but I suspect that when one weighs such things objectively, and parses these statements carefully, that there is a much deeper agenda going on in the Middle East than merely conventional geopolitics. At the minimum, what all this suggests is that there is a kind of archaeological and paleographical geopolitics also driving the madness, and perhaps, just perhaps, in conjunction with an "exopolitics" as well.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. TRM on October 14, 2016 at 8:47 pm

    Or maybe their excavations were getting too close to what is referred to in Revelation 9:13-16 as “the four angels which are bound in the great river Euphrates”. The bible stories are mostly copies of Sumerian and Revelation is very similar to some Enochian writings.

    Whatever it is that may or may not be bound there it is not good news: “And the four angels were loosed, which were prepared for an hour, and a day, and a month, and a year, for to slay the third part of men”.

    So what could “4 angels” be that could slay 2+ billion people? Chemical? Nuclear? Biological? Whatever it is I think this was the Iraqi way of saying “we know and we control the area now”.

    • Blue Dragon Lord on October 16, 2016 at 4:29 am

      TRM interesting use of the biblkical revelation there just before that when the gate of hell were opened the third of all humans to were the ones who did not have the mark of this so called god fine understandable remove those who oppose your ideas yet the other two thirds were unrepentant bad guys those were according to this gods own interesting so the two point four eight billion are all that would not conform to the evil ways of the rest who carry the mark of some god figure now those sound like they are worth saving thanks for that a sign of hope after all when at first it sounded like doom and gloom.

  2. Colin on October 14, 2016 at 10:36 am

    I wholeheartedly agree with the general premise and conclusion of these speculations; however, I would personally be very wary of referencing the works of Sitchin. There is sufficient reason to at least entertain the notion that the overall narrative he promoted was provided for him for the specific purpose of establishing the basis for a NWO, illuminati sponsored, “scientifically” validated “religion.” Remember, as Werner Von Braun once warned decades ago, the sequence of “enemies” of the U.S. to be manufactured for the sake of establishing and cemented centralized authority was 1) the Soviet Union 2) Terrorists 3) Asteroids, and 4) Aliens ( i.e. the “return” of “Nibiru” and the Annunaki). I suggest a quick reading of the pages on the website for an alternative point of view from which to begin.

    • goshawks on October 14, 2016 at 3:06 pm

      Sitchin’s work needs to be divided into two parts: (1) Direct readings from Sumerian hieroglyphic tablets. (2) Fanciful imaginings from images.

      The direct readings indicate Sumerians had direct contact (in the physical) with folks they called ‘gods’. These gods were remarkably physical, even with preferred recipes for dinner. These records are clear and unambiguous. The only choice is either to accept them at face value or to proclaim that they are ‘mythological’ (i.e., the Sumerians are lying).

      The whole tale of Nibiru and the cosmic ping-pong game of planets is utterly made-up. There likely was a cosmic ping-pong game of planets around four billion years ago when planets were still jostling for position, but any wholesale remaking of the solar system in the last billion years would have left anomalous evidence which we do not see. I studied astrophysics in college; this part is bunk…

      So, don’t throw out the good Sitchin stuff with the garbage Sitchin stuff. There may indeed have been a hidden agenda – including on the religion side. Be aware of this. But, the (real) archeological findings are still groundbreaking…

  3. Kahlypso on October 14, 2016 at 8:27 am

    Sorry for multiple posts, I’m not trying to hog the thread.. but I came across these guys whilst reading through the Wikileaks about Hillary emails.. Has anyone else seen this group?? www. (i’ve broken the link so you cannot click it.. I refuse to link these guys..) Have you seen this… Quoting their website..
    “It is a privilege to be chosen to work with our peaceful nonviolent ETI from the contiguous universe.*
    We must use our free will to become obedient to them and their Mission from God to help humanity with Zero Point Energy. ”
    We must use our free will to be obediant to them…..

    “We fundraise with billionaires only, for carefully selected 501(c)3s who are transforming society.”

    These guys must be working with Soros then…? No?

  4. Kahlypso on October 14, 2016 at 6:17 am

    Hi all. this is responding to Goshawks comment below.
    I read this report about the looting of the Baghdad Museum and I find this to be very comprehensive..
    Read and weep bitter tears of frustration and outrage..

    • Kahlypso on October 14, 2016 at 6:24 am

      And please pay hommage to the memory of an exceptionally brave man. Mr Khaled Asaad. A man I will personnally never forget.

  5. Robert Barricklow on October 13, 2016 at 9:20 pm

    Moderated again?
    Too silly…

  6. Robert Barricklow on October 13, 2016 at 9:19 pm

    No doubt it’s been part of warfare for sometime.
    Another resource that potentially becomes a game changer.
    So, the race towards space resources, outside of Earth, is also about ancient artifacts that are scattered throughout the solar system.
    No doubt there are some entities that are doing laps around others in this race for power.
    Too bad most can’t even handle what little power they now have[in terms of what other extraterrestrial civilizations possess].

  7. loisg on October 13, 2016 at 6:29 pm

    The more I think about these two articles, the more inclined I am to believe that they could be referring as much about extraterrestrial technology invading their space as terrestrial ones. I’ve seen reports of the number of UFOs observed in that area of the globe, and it’s rather astounding. One could almost say it’s their favorite spot.

  8. goshawks on October 13, 2016 at 5:50 pm

    I would add Egypt to the ‘storehouse of ancient riches’. Some time ago, I was reflecting on the riddle of the Serapeum of Saqqara:

    Underground facility. One entrance. Featureless yet exquisitely-crafted granite boxes, now empty – claimed to have held Bulls (bull). Each box carefully-separated from the others in alcoves.

    Hmmm. I come up with an ancient weapons-storage facility. When the Anunnaki had their civil war, all the weapons were used. (In theory.) The facility was abandoned and subsequently-reused by the natives…

  9. DownunderET on October 13, 2016 at 3:05 pm

    If you read Joseph’ books, some of them are Anunnaki from top to bottom. The classic being The Cosmic War, in which an interplanetary war was fought by two factions of the same family. So now throw in today, with all the military technology to boot and what we have is a “follow on” of that ancient war. We have been lied to on just about every subject you can name, and Joseph speculating is right up my alley. If you read The Genius of the Few by the O’Brien’s, they talk mainly about……………here it comes…………….IRAN !!!!!!!!!!! in ancient times, so look where the elites are heading today.

    • goshawks on October 13, 2016 at 5:21 pm

      DownunderET, I read the O’Brien’s magnum opus book, “The Shining Ones” which incorporated “The Genius of the Few” within it. I wrote a long review of it at Amazon, if you are interested:

      Only a few authors do not hew to Sitchin’s translations of the Sumerian hieroglyphic tablets. The O’Briens are one. Great stuff.

      Andrew Collins does a good job of being objective. He even praises the O’Brien’s work and carries it a step further. For example, the O’Briens chose Lebanon for their ‘Eden’ (Sumerian: E.Din) site, based on their knowledge that Lebanon was the only area where vast forests of cedar grew. In “From the Ashes of Angels,” Collins notes new archaeological data that vast cedar forests used to exist in Sumerian times in the foothills of the mountains north/northwest of Sumer. (Over time, the Sumerians cut them down. Present populations have no idea that these forests ever existed.) Based on this, Collins places E.Din into that area. (Present fighting in that region could be seen as for more than territory/oil.) He seems to walk an uncertain line between the ‘gods’ being just an old shaman culture and being descendants of pre- ‘end of Ice Age’ civilizations (the A-word).

      Also, the currently-fought-over city of Mosul is literally across the Tigris River from the ancient city of Nineveh. Coincidence?

      “In 1847, the young British adventurer Sir Austen Henry Layard … unearthed the palace and famous library of Ashurbanipal with 22,000 cuneiform clay tablets.”

      “The city wall has been destroyed by ISIS as of February, 2015. The wall was destroyed during an effort to destroy historical buildings and monuments in the province by the jihadist rebel group.”
      In the process of searching? Grrr…

      • Kahlypso on October 14, 2016 at 8:54 am

        750+ euros for a book seems a bit …. steep..

        • goshawks on October 14, 2016 at 2:41 pm

          The last I looked, the book was available through, as Amazon does not stock it. I bought it there, with shipping, for around $80. (The price on Amazon is for a scalper…)

          However, there is a notice at the Golden Age site, “Please note that as at 20th April 2016 all three books are now out of stock, and are expected to be re-printed within in the next three months.” Let’s hope that there is new stock coming…

      • DownunderET on October 14, 2016 at 3:27 pm

        Thanks GH for the reply. I know about The Shining One’s book including The Genius of the Few, but the point that the O’Brien’s make…….IS……that the world has been in a state of “dillusion” because of “miss translations”. They were also debating wether to include the enuma elish, ie creation, but they decided they HAD TO include it because of the weight of the evidence. That decision alone tells you everything about where we come from, and I believe it is the greatest secret of all secrets.

        • goshawks on October 14, 2016 at 11:12 pm

          To me, the most ‘hmmm’ aspect of the O’Brien’s work was considering that what we call the Anunnaki were not (at least initially) physical beings…

          Think of whomever the Anunnaki were/are in ‘Lord of the Rings’ book terms. Perhaps they began as who the Elves were when first leaving for the West as opposed to the withdrawing remnants by Aragorn’s time. I mean this more in a spiritual-plane sense than a knowledge aspect. This is actually best-followed in ‘The Silmarillion’. Also note how, in the first LotR movie, there is a white-light around the highest Elves in their first moments on-screen. Movie-magic hinting that they are ‘down-shifting’ to our plane.

          ‘Ancient astronaut’ types stay-away from this aspect of our creation. I suspect both ‘up’ and ‘out’ are involved…

    • goshawks on October 13, 2016 at 5:22 pm

      DownunderET, I tried to reply to you, but “Your comment is awaiting moderation.”
      goshawks – October 13, 2016 at 5:21 pm.

      • DownunderET on October 13, 2016 at 7:42 pm

        Thanks GH, wait until it comes out.

  10. Francois Raby on October 13, 2016 at 1:26 pm

    Like Fort I believe the earth belongs to a not nice somebody.

  11. marcos toledo on October 13, 2016 at 10:49 am

    And by the way what plunder of knowledge from the Library of Alexandria, Mesoamerica are elites hiding as well. I doubt they would truly be that stupid as to destroy that information after all knowledge is power. Though if these oligarchs really thought it out they would know better less messy and safer ways to get what they want but are they mature enough to know them.

    • NonGMO_Alchemy on October 13, 2016 at 9:56 pm

      Marcos – Yes, they have been stealing texts , antiquities and knowledge for thousands of years. I was just reading Augustus Le Plongeon’s book Maya / Atlantis which was written in the last quarter of the 1800’s. He reports “That the Western Continent was visited by Carthaginians a few years before the inditing of Plato’s ‘Atlantis’ the portraits of men with long beards and Phoenician features, discovered by me in 1875, sculptured on the columns and antae of the castle at Chichen, bear witness.”

      These columns are now gone along with almost all of the Mayan texts ( burned by the Catholic priests during Cortez’s reign). He who controls history controls the future.

  12. Daryl Davis on October 13, 2016 at 10:06 am

    Distinctions ought to be made between what ancient peoples may have believed aliens required in order to land upon Earth, e.g. landing strips and favorable weather conditions — primitive beliefs which nevertheless for them both helped to explain the existence of ancient megalithic structures that predated them and which motivated the latter’s construction of their own rather large and largely unnecessary structures — and what the aliens themselves actually might have required or exploited or explored in Earth’s ancient regions. It’s a bit laughable to suggest that interplanetary civilizations chose Mesopotamia due to its ideal landing conditions. (It is also, by the way, seemingly implausible to assert that aliens required human slaves to mine the gold of Earth. They displaced space itself but could not displace earth?)

    Ancient civilizations may have developed all sorts of myths to explain the existence of megalithic structures thousands of years older than their own cultures and therefore millennia prior to ours. Perhaps the three larger Giza pyramids long predate the three lesser ones of the Giza complex; the latter being laudable attempts by pharaohs to recapture great powers lost to the grinding passage of time.

    As to cryptic allusions to UFOs and ancient airports, it behooves Russia to assume the “worst” about Western arsenals; since “folding” their own technological hand isn’t an option. To bluff, at the least, by indicating not only that they are aware of the West’s exotic black technologies but that they can match them, is therefore akin to impassively responding: Go fish.

    • Tom Christoffel on October 13, 2016 at 11:08 am

      Conquistador Spaniards used native labor for mining. High tech world of today relies on manual labor for many rare minerals and the black market. No reason to go to the expense of bringing heavy equipment from home. Eventually that can be made on site with a little evolution. Human perception of time for the playout of plans has shortened to the financial quarter rather than multigenerational wisdom of the past.

      • Daryl Davis on October 13, 2016 at 12:17 pm

        Expense? I doubt expense factors heavily into interplanetary travel and exploration. Expense is relevant only in the development of technologies necessary to transcend local and therefore finite resources.

        Perhaps an ancient race crash landed on Earth or narrowly escaped the destruction of Mars. In that case, they may have needed gold and other exotic metals requiring extraction by manual labor. But it’s at least as likely that these ancient legends have confused the use of slaves by ancient leaders with the slaves of ancient aliens. The whole notion that members of an alien civilization could be marooned on Earth, abandoned for decades, centuries or millennia accords more with eighteenth century literature than with the history of galactic empires.

        • Guygrr on October 13, 2016 at 4:18 pm

          It’s possible that an ancient race or races were stuck on planet earth after the destruction of their home planet, Tiamat. Without the correct geometric “mapping of the deep” their flight technology might not have functioned correctly, stranding them here until such time that they could remedy the issue.

          • Daryl Davis on October 13, 2016 at 6:36 pm

            Yes, it’s possible. But it seems very unlikely that advanced civilizations would either fail to plan ahead for such contingencies and thus find themselves stranded like Robinson Crusoe, with resources enough only to have escaped a foundering ship but lacking the means to depart the land thereafter — or that they would have remained unaided for many decades or centuries, their fellow aliens and allies either unwilling or unable to rescue them from a life-filled planet upon which they did not belong and one whose population they would therefore have been forced to enslave, to succumb to, or to transform.

            Was Earth simply forgotten by spacefarers above — draped in the bright solar mists of the Milky Way? Or had this cosmic war raged elsewhere into the far reaches of the galaxy? Perhaps its victors blithely departed for brighter stars, forsaking their enemies to the fate of Khan on Ceti Alpha V?

            But if our own atomic bombs drew aliens to Earth in the last century, then a cosmic war or an exploding planet should have attracted alien races in numbers at least the equal of those who watch us now. In other words, it’s likely impossible to become “stranded” in a well-populated and technologically-advanced universe.

  13. Vomito Blanco on October 13, 2016 at 9:35 am

    The unrelenting efforts to topple Assad are astounding; add to that the risk of instigating a much larger war. The cynic in me says the zios and wahhabiists are indeed capable of such demonic madness. It could be as simple as depopulating the region to create lebesraum for future settlers or annihilating a rival religious sect once and for all and expanding a kingdom. Taking out the world powers of Russia, Europe, the US and maybe even China mutually, if the zios and wahabbists can remain relatively unscathed, would also benefit them as well as they could then fill the vacuum and the center of global power could move to the middle east (as god has ordained). Moreover, WWIII would produce all the chosen settlers needed to populate the greater promised land. Yet, unscathed is the key word and I doubt, as nuclear conflagration spread across the globe, the zios and the wahabbisits would remain unscathed. In fact, I would wager they would be the first to go. So the second motive would be destruction for the sake of it, or the demon’s harvest. One need only think of the age old fable of the frog and the scorpion which has been used in reference to the inhabitants of the Levant since the bronze age.
    So, barring these two reasons, you have fossil fuel motives, or high high octane speculations: Control of demon portals or archaeological motives. The first is a dud in my estimation but the latter two both making me feel like I am living inside a computer game. This is not a bad thing. If I am actually living in a computer generated reality, then I can disconnect my empathy for suffering people, and also explore my own laws of physics which could eventually give me tremendous powers which may allow me to become a god in this computer game.
    I also like the idea that these sorely abused middle easterners may one day possibly uncover a super weapon that can give them victory over their oppressors. Not only does this fuel hope, but also imagination; two things that have become sorely lacking in this world, be it real or computer generated. I even fantasize that one day an Iraqi pilot will tip the wing of his vimana like flying craft in my direction as I lay languid in my backyard lawn chair, delivering his tablet of destiny payload, and mercifully putting an end to my suburban existence with its leaf blowers, promiscuous housewives, and evil clowns behind every street light.

    • Vomito Blanco on October 13, 2016 at 9:39 am

      Dr. Farrell’s high octane speculation also begs the question: is there a faction which believes Iran may lie on top of the tablets of destiny and another faction which now believes they do not? If the fighting suddenly stops, does that signal the Tablets have been found?

    • Vomito Blanco on October 13, 2016 at 9:53 am

      If these same forces are also using technology to melt the Antarctic ice cap in order uncover ancient technology, which I truly believe, and also risking global nuclear war in the middle east, then could it be possible that
      1) they don’t care about the surface dwellers, or
      2) they know we have no future, or
      3) they desperately need this technology for off planet reasons and the Earth is expendable, or
      4) the Janet Reno option: they are going to kill us to save us

      • Guygrr on October 13, 2016 at 4:21 pm

        I’d say it’s a bit of all the above.

  14. Neru on October 13, 2016 at 9:11 am

    So, elites (with or without ET or AI aid) fight a grandiose war and the little soldier if lucky chooses with faction to side with. Planets destroyed, death all around and when the shiny toys are beyond repair civilization as we know it vanishes. Elites + knowlledge goes underground, society is build up over millenia and we get a rinse and repeat.

    No wonder darwinism is a succes, the other hypothesis is breathtaking to say the least but not very uplifting. For the least unsane of humanity living on earth using gifts like integrity, creativity, logical thinking ect it can become a bit stressfull here on earth today.

    Still begs the question how do we brake this insane cycle.

  15. mark branham on October 13, 2016 at 8:45 am

    A couple of facts here would help tremendously in deciphering the goings on in the ancient past.

    This so called ‘war in heaven’ was never a war in the way we would think of a war. It was a war of ideas and loyalty, occurring 200,000 years ago. From the consequences of this time the path of development on this planet was set. There are, therefore, no ancient weapons of mass destruction. The idea that the invasion of Iraq had anything to do with this reminds me of the “Raiders of the lost arc” series of movies. There are no wars in the Universe, which is, as one would expect, a very friendly place.

    While there are no conventional sources of reliable information about our ancient past, there is one, and only one, so far, very unconventional source which, for historical purposes, is highly reliable… The Urantia Book. Of course, such a source must be judged as to it’s veracity by each one who chances to read it.

    • WalkingDead on October 13, 2016 at 8:55 am

      Hmmm, how do you explain away evidence of advanced weaponry discovered in the desert (large expanses of pure glass) and the raised xenon isotope level on Mars?

      • WalkingDead on October 13, 2016 at 8:57 am

        Hopefully, my previous post will make it out of moderation.

      • mark branham on October 14, 2016 at 12:07 pm

        I searched for your questions and have found references to pure glass in the desert. I do not know what caused that, if the reports are indeed true, I just know what did not, likewise for the gas on Mars.

        You should know that in terms of human development, were still considered savages by universe standards, so there may be explanations for these and many other things that will come to light with time and human advancement.

        Your understand will be greatly enhanced after a through reading of the book, assuming of course, that you accept it for what it claims to be.

  16. charlesfrith on October 13, 2016 at 8:04 am

    So the aliens built an interplanetary spaceport and then discovered Pluto?
    Post hoc ergo propter hoc?

    (1) kicking out the French and German archaeological teams digging up that country for Saddam and thus preventing them from gaining any knowledge or access to any information about (2) any ancient advanced technology that might remain there, including advanced weaponry.

    Surely the Deep State kills people it doesn’t like poking their noses around.

    Archaeology as Casus Belli sounds like a good movie but not very pragmatic.

    • Kahlypso on October 13, 2016 at 8:52 am

      Astra inclinant, sed non obligant.

      They didnt need to discover Pluto.. They flew past it on their way in..
      Interesting that the Sumerians had names for Pluto, Neptune, Uranus, the missing planet that now makes up the Asteroid Belt.. They had a name for the Asteroid Belt.. They had a name for the ASTEROID BELT…I’m willing to ‘believe’.. that somehow, due to an extraordinary series of events, discoveries and astral movements, they were able to see the planets.. But to knwo that there was an asteroid belt… Are you kidding me???

  17. WalkingDead on October 13, 2016 at 7:56 am

    People tend to treat these “ancient texts” like bags of trail mix; they pick out the pieces they like to suit their purposes and discard the remaining contents. I would submit that this is a common error among scholars, authors, archeologists, historians, “ancient alien” buffs, etc.. The people who authored these “ancient texts” used the knowledge and language available at the time to attempt to describe what they witnessed and record the events they lived through. To take what suits your purposes literally and assume the rest is nonsense just might be a huge mistake.
    It is apparent that some are rectifying that mistake, and have been since before WWI. It is my belief that there are others within “secret societies” who have been looking for much longer and are probably ahead of the game where this “esoteric” knowledge is concerned. There is little doubt that bits and pieces of it have been passed down through the centuries within these circles. I would submit a great deal of it may be in the Vatican’s archives. King Solomon’s Lemegeton comes to mind as an example of some of this ancient knowledge. Unless you posses the wisdom of King Solomon, I would suggest leaving this one alone. However, no doubt, there are now and have been those in the past who would attempt to use knowledge of this type for their own benefit.
    All of these ancient texts reveal that we have never been “alone” since the beginning of our existence. It should come as no surprise that there are “others” out there; that they have been here before; and that they have left evidence and artifacts from their visitations on Earth and elsewhere. Just who or what these “others” are is open to interpretation; however, they are, by definition, “extraterrestrials” regardless of what your personal beliefs about them may be. It should also come as no surprise that these entities come in both the benevolent and evil varieties. The universe and what may exist beyond it, after all, is a very large place.
    Assumptions by the Russians that they can take on these beings and defeat them may be a little arrogant on their part. They have been around a very long time and were ahead of where we are now before we even came into existence as a species. One can assume they have made advancements over time even beyond what has been described in these “ancient texts”; and I have my doubts that they would leave any “Tablets of Destiny” lying around for us to find on this planet. You can bet these would have left with them since they fought wars between themselves over their possession and ownership of them meant ultimate leadership over them. I also have my doubts that any “technology” remaining on Earth would have been abandoned in a “working” state. Whether or not we have the knowledge to repair them to any kind of working state is unknown.

  18. Tommi H on October 13, 2016 at 7:44 am

    Great Scott!! Maybe I should encourage my daughters to learn Sumerian language.

    • Kahlypso on October 13, 2016 at 8:32 am

      We should CERTAINLY go back to Sumerian Laws and social order.
      Campaign to bring back the Hammurabi’s Code!! (Without all the laws for Slave ownsership and trade… SEE!! Even back then.. Slave Trade… )
      Lets see those (insert nasty word here) from Wall Street and Bankers get away with all their skullduggery with laws like..

      102. If a merchant entrust money to an agent (broker) for some investment, and the broker suffer a loss in the place to which he goes, he shall make good the capital to the merchant.

      196. If a man put out the eye of another man, his eye shall be put out. [ An eye for an eye ]

      197. If he break another man’s bone, his bone shall be broken.

      200. If a man knock out the teeth of his equal, his teeth shall be knocked out. [ A tooth for a tooth ]

      So.. How much money did they make people lose? They should pay it all back.

  19. Kahlypso on October 13, 2016 at 6:27 am

    Annunaki?? Let me get my nuclear powered keyboard out.. **cracks knuckles**
    Right… Dhi Qar? Yep, Googled it, thats right on top of Ur Uruk and Nippur.. Seat of the High Lord of Wind Enlil himself.. Looks like Minister Finjan knows what he’s talking about. But he may want to look at that 5000 year again and push it back a couple (of hundred…..>:D) of thousand years.. Unless he’s referring to the Tower of Babel made by Nimrud.. but seeing as the Germans went over that area AROUND UR with a fine toothcomb.. they combed the desert…., I doubt that they will find that site… Seeing as the Annunaki took it down to the bedrock..
    So, if the Ministers of Iraq are stating that spacecraft were buzzing around the skies 5000 years ago, does this go in the same bin as Reagon’s Maybe we should unite against alien invaders? or We can send ET home.. or There is a Santa Claus..

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