So many people sent me this particular story that I want to start off by thanking all of you. The second thing I want to do is toot my own horn (or perhaps better in this case, tooting my own horn mouthpiece), because as so many who sent articles pointed out to me, what the following tweet seems to do is corroborate one of my wilder high octane speculations of recent years, namely, that one objective of the Administration of Bush the Stupid for invading Iraq in the aftermath of 9/11 was not to stop Saddam Hussein from acquiring modern weapons of mass destruction, but rather to stop him from acquiring more ancient kinds of weapons of mass destruction, as well as to gain monopoly access to whatever archaeological sites it wished in order to monopolize whatever it may find there, and to prevent anyone else from gaining access to those findings, and thus to "control the narrative."

In short, the Invasion of Iraq was as much about an "archaeology war" between the USA and Britain on the one hand, and Iraq, France and Germany (whose archaeological teams Hussein was sponsoring), as it was about anything else.

In the process of articulating that speculation, I hypothesized many years ago in various blogs and in footnotes of some of my books, that the Baghdad Museum looting was indeed an inside job, as many in the media and other analysts had concluded. But as I pointed out, the media that began to push that narrative of the looting as an inside job was the well-known German magazine Der Spiegel, which noted that Iraqi witnesses had seen American-uniformed people entering the museum and removing crates and other items from it. My problem with that whole narrative was, and remains, that the German BND (Bundesnachrichtendienst, Federal Security Service or to be much more blunt about it, the Gehlenorg) was alleged at the time of the looting to have a rather heavy commitment of its own intelligence "boots-on-the-ground" in that country, and it would be a simple matter for that intelligence service to dress up in American uniforms and pull off the theft. After all, German and French archaeological teams, whom the US and UK had warned out of the country prior to Bush the Stupid's invasion, were the ones keeping the field catalogues of what they had dug up in the Iraqi deserts, and would therefore be in a much better position to know what the Museum housed, and where to find it. To this day, it somewhat amazes me that those field catalogues - essentially inventories of what was found, where it was found, by whom, and and what depth and so on - are almost completely omitted from discussions and recounting of the event. For example, Marine Colonel Bogdonavich, who authored a book recounting his efforts to recover the missing loot, never mentions any of this. To be sure, Bogdonavich's team recovered much priceless art work, but again, there's a significant omission in American accounts of missing cuneiform tablets. Perhaps Bogdonavich cannot be faulted too much again, because for all we know, his team may not have had any access to those field catalogues. Oddly enough, many alleged missing cuneiform tablets supposedly turned up in the hands of the Spanish government(!), which refused to return them to Iraq, but then that story quietly dropped from view, and we only caught a glimpse of other cuneiform tablets when Hobby Lobby was discovered to have purchased some stolen tablets for its "Bible museum" until it was forced to return them. Again, we have no idea if this is true or not, because the only evidence that could establish that provenance are either those French and German field catalogues or the Museum's own internal inventories, and to my knowledge, to this day no one has seen them, and no one wants to mention them. We don't even really know who the French and German participants on those digs were; perhaps those people might be mentioned in some obscure professional journal, but if so, I'm unaware of them, and one would think they would at least merit a mention in some more public record.

With that as a bit of backdrop, consider the following twitter capture that so many people sent me this past week:

Now I have no intention here of going into the political shenanigans going on in this country right now, save to note that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeio's recent declassification of items in Mrs. Clinton's emails seems to have turned up a very odd entry indeed, and one post-dating her tenure in that office. If one clicks on the right hand picture and enlarges it, one item of interest leaps out immediately, and upon initial consideration it is a "whopper doozie", for the summary of the contents of one of them, dated 12/13/2018 and bracketed in red in the above picture, reads as follows:

Requesting documents relating to the resurrection chamber of Gilgamesh, the location of his body, and the location of buried Nephilim. (Emphasis added)

Now I can think of several reasons why the American Department of State would be interested in such matters, and they range the whole spectrum, from the obvious and mundane, to the bizarre, outrageous, and off-the-end-of-the-high-octane-speculation twig type of hypothesis. The more obvious and mundane explanation is simply that the State Department would be deeply involved in any effort to track down any archaeological items or other antiquities stolen from Iraq after the American invasion, including using its own internal and in-house intelligence service to do so. So it might be nothing more than that.

However, I cannot help but think that if there were another agenda for finding "tombs of the Nephilim" then the perfect way to conceal that agenda would be precisely behind a "find-and-recover" mission. If that is the case, then the question becomes "why would they be interested in finding those?" Let's take a wild leap altogether off the end of the twig: if one suspected that "they" might still be around somehow, or even mingled more into the human population, infiltrating it so to speak, then the only way to find out if that indeed occurred would be to obtain DNA samples from corpses, do the requisite sequencing on the corpses, and then and only then returning them to Iraq. One would then have to test almost the entire human population, or at least large swaths of it, and one could never admit the reason for doing so... One would need to do it under cover of some other activity....

... say, for example, testing for a "virus" during a planscamdemic.

So, I'm not tooting my horn, because there are several possible motivations behind the document and its "admission." But I am at least tooting the mouthpiece of my horn, because we might just be looking at possible corroboration of my basic speculation of many years ago regarding the archaeological agenda behind the invasion of Iraq...

See you on the flip side...




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. cmyers78 on October 22, 2020 at 12:13 pm

    Don’t mean to be a wet blanket here, but isn’t this just a log of any person who submitted a FOIA request? It could even have been a member of this website, for all we know.

  2. Jen on October 16, 2020 at 1:19 pm

    White Lily, yes, good logical point. Unless the testing was intended to COLLECT DNA from living sources, so multiple tests from ‘positive’ subjects would yield a certain quantity of desirable material.

    • Gruden on October 16, 2020 at 11:56 pm

      I had long wondered why Blackstone had interest in buying, especially for as much money as they did. Perhaps this offers at least a partial explanation. They buy a huge DNA database they can check to see who might still have some of that genetic material, and once identified, who else might have it based on all the lineage information.

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  3. FiatLux on October 14, 2020 at 9:16 pm

    I don’t doubt that one of the reasons for getting ahold of Iraq was to get ahold of ancient records and any ancient tech TPTB could get their hands on. On the other hand, is there any chance “Gilgamesh” and “Nephilim” could be code for something?
    My own off-the-twig mental meanderings: Gilgamesh having been in search of a means to immortality, could his “resurrection chamber” refer to some kind of super-highly-classified modern life-extension technology? Perhaps something to revive a cryogenically preserved body?
    What “Nephilim” might refer to is more mysterious. It seems slightly odd that something biblical (Nephilim) is mentioned in the same context as something Sumerian (Gilgamesh). My first thought is the request may be asking for “the burial location of the fallen (i.e., dead) ones.” Of course, it could mean “the burial location of the hybrids.”
    Dr. Farrell’s interpretation probably makes more sense! Thought I’d share my own musings anyway.

    • goshawks on October 14, 2020 at 11:18 pm

      FiatLux, proceeding down your off-the-twig mental meanderings: From my long-ago reading of the ‘banned’ Books of Enoch, the disobedient Nephilim were supposedly imprisoned “forever.” If this was just low-tech imprisonment, it was simply being jailed until they died. If this was a high-tech imprisonment, it could be a something like a stasis chamber, like seen in the Stargate series. So, their bodies might still be around – perfectly preserved and maybe even alive. Worth searching for? (Plus any on-site tech.)

      There is also the question of where ‘ordinary’ Anunnaki were buried, if not cremated or such. Did they have a common cemetery? Was there anything buried with them, in a grave-goods sense?

      • FiatLux on October 15, 2020 at 12:01 pm

        Interesting speculation about the possibility of the Nephilim being in some kind of stasis! Hadn’t thought of that and wasn’t aware of the stories about the Nephilim being “imprisoned.”

        • goshawks on October 15, 2020 at 9:24 pm

          The Nephilim being ‘imprisoned’ were the later (male) ones who found the female human hybrids a little too attractive and had sons/daughters who – depending on the story – were either “monstrous and renegade” or had “secrets” they were not supposed to have. Either way, the fathers were rounded-up, declared guilty, and imprisoned for life.

          (In the O’Briens’ book, the later Nephilim were reinforcements sent down to augment the original Nephilim/Anunnaki. The distinction was that their contingent was all male, rather than the mixed-gender ‘founding’ group.)

  4. Westcoaster on October 14, 2020 at 5:11 pm

    If we can believe the work of Budd Hopkins and David Jacobs, perhaps the Hubrid project is a big part of this.

  5. mark branham on October 14, 2020 at 12:07 pm

    As the area around Baghdad is the location of the second garden… Those we call Adam and Eve are buried there, somewhere. At around 40,000 years ago at the time of their death, there is probably much we could learn from their DNA if located. It should be easy to identify them are they stood about 8 feet tall.

    • Iceman on October 16, 2020 at 3:09 pm

      Right Mark, However, there is a potential problem that the Garden of Eden may be located in what is now the Persian Gulf. Genesis describes Eden as the place where a river split and became four streams. Euphrates, Tigris, Pishon and Gihon. The water level in the Persian Gulf was about 150 meters lower than today, so what is today the Persian Gulf was then a lush lowland, where through the extension of the rivers Euphrates and Tigris flow, which further received water from two tributaries according to images of fossil rivers taken by NASA’s Landsat, they could very well have been the missing rivers Pishon and Gihon, as they met at a place that today lies in the Persian Gulf.

      • mark branham on October 17, 2020 at 3:18 pm

        The area near and into the present Persian Gulf was the home of the first city, established some 500,000 years ago… may have been Dilmun or Dilmat. It thrived for some 300,000 years before the Lucifer Rebellion dispersed the people and it sunk into the gulf.

        The so-called Nephilim have two possible origins: they could refer to the 100 enhanced humans present at Dilmun or the 100 superhumans that accompanied the first epochal revelation to occur on earth. Perhaps, more likely, the Nephilim refer to the offspring of the union of humans with Adam and Eve, made necessary by the Adamic default after a mere 107 years in the original garden which is now under the waters of the Mediterranean.

        • goshawks on October 17, 2020 at 6:31 pm

          Mark, you might like this long review I did of the O’Briens’ The Shining Ones: An Account of the Development of Early Civilizations Through the Direct Assistance of Powers Incarnated on Earth” :

          Also, your mention of 500,000 minus 300,000 means that Dilmun was ‘sunk’ around 200,000 years ago. If that number is vaguely accurate, it means that Dilmun was submerged when waters rose not at the end of the latest Ice Age but at the end of the previous Ice Age. (The current cycle is roughly 100,000-year Ice Ages with roughly 10,000-year Interglacial Periods.) We are at or past the end of the current 10,000-year Interglacial Period. Wait say 5-10,000 years and Dilmun’s ruins may be exposed again… (Under hundreds of feet of muck.)

  6. Loxie Lou Davie on October 14, 2020 at 9:11 am


    I recently stumbled across a Mind Blower!!! Go to Tyson Mud Fossils to a video titled, “Earth is Created out of Carcasses.”

    Our thinking has been limited to thinking about “giants”, maybe 15 ft. tall. Wait….Enoch talks about giants 2.5 mi. tall! Roger Mud Fossil Univ. shows a dragon about 1,ooo mi. long. Looking from above one can see it stretched across the N. Am. continent!!!

    I have on my phone a picture of a mtn. range which is actually a “giant” lying on his side. Unbelievable!!! Rex Bear of Leak Project has found giant heads out in the West of the U.S.

    We are through the Looking Glass here, People!!! We seem to know nothing about our Real Past. How about the possibility that some asteroids are biological, not geological?!!

    I am not a scientist, but some of you might be interested in Roger Spurr’s “Electron Flood Theory”. Go to Roger Mud Fossil Univ. Quite naturally he cannot get any of Established Academia to engage with him… we know, Follow The Money is the theme played in our Culture!!

    He rightly points out that Scientist Mary Sweitzer has been pushed into the shadows because she exposed the FACT that she found soft tissue inside a T-Rex bone….HUH?!!!

    We have been SO mind controlled in our society that there is no room for “truth” in our thinking. Sad state of affairs, I would say!! My own life has been a great example of that. I remained in my own state of “Brainwashing” for 70 years; it has been so exciting to break out of The Box I was put in!! 😉

  7. Maatkare3114 on October 14, 2020 at 6:47 am

    Queen Puabi was described as “Nin” in the ancient Sumerian, which translates to “Goddess.”
    Gilgamesh was supposed to be  Nin’s son.

    Queen Puabi’s physical remains, including pieces of the badly damaged skull, are kept in the Natural History Museum, London. The excavated finds from Woolley’s expedition were divided among the British Museum in London, the University of Pennsylvania Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the National Museum in Baghdad.

    Sitchin tried for years to get the remains DNA tested, there are several teeth that look good for such tests.
    The Natural History Museum said that any request to conduct DNA tests on Puabi’s remains would have to come from ‘a researcher with recognized experience and skills in this field, or with access to the necessary facilities required to undertake ancient DNA analysis’. …Maybe this has been done in secrecy and they have fragments of Annunaki DNA to compare with the general population.

    The Tablets of Destinies  on which orbital and spaceflight information was stored, were kept in the DirGa room of Enlil’s temple in Nippur. The Holy of Holies.

    And what about the mention of Sennacherib and the Tablet of Destinies?
    The Tablet of Destinies, features prominently in Mesopotamian mythology as both an emblem and a receptacle of divine power and kingship. Equated with the
     the “bond(s) of Enlil-ship”, in an inscription of Sennacherib from Kuyunjik (K 6177 + 8869), the Tablet is described by Andrew George as “the means by which rightful power is exercised: the power invested in the rightful keeper of the Tablet of Destinies is that of the chief of the destiny-decreeing gods . . . which amounts in principle to kingship of the gods.”

    Key to this definition is the point of legitimate ownership: simple acquisition of the Tablet may confer power, even enormous power, over the gods and over the world but it does not, in itself, confer infallibility or legitimacy. The Tablet’s “rightful keeper” is determined based on his or her innate qualities, power, and position in the pantheon, and varies according to chronological and geographical context. ( Karen Sonik)

    It appears the military were looking for the Tablets of Destinies and other cuneiform tablets in the Iraq war. It seems they found some of them if Homeland Security want to return Gilgamesh Dream Tablet. How are we to know the full extent of WHAT they found?

    A coincidence of course that also in 2003, archaeologists were saying they may have found the lost tomb of King Gilgamesh – the subject of the oldest “book” in history.
    Also, a German team have found what they thought to be the entire city of Uruk – including, where the Euphrates once flowed, the last resting place of its famous King Gilgamesh.

    “I don’t want to say definitely it was the grave of King Gilgamesh, but it looks very similar to that described in the epic,” Jorg Fassbinder, of the Bavarian department of Historical Monuments in Munich, told the BBC World Service’s Science in Action programme.

    Archaeologists had to leave Iraq due to the invasion. The story about the tomb seems to have been forgotten about.

    There is a lot they are trying to keep back from the public. Maybe they found Humbaba.

    • goshawks on October 14, 2020 at 1:54 pm

      Maatkare3114, thanks for the very informed comment…

      From the quotes concerning the Tablets of Destiny, the ‘picture’ I got was of the equivalent of the nuclear briefcase or nuclear football (the nuclear command and control tool, officially known as the President’s emergency satchel, used to authorize the use of nuclear weapons while away from fixed facilities). If the Anunnaki have any ‘heavy weaponry’ left on Earth after their civil war, the ToD could control them. (Maybe, any off-planet ships or launch facilities still remaining.) This would explain the military’s quest for them.

      Yeah, Sitchin launched a real ‘Hail Mary’ with the Nin announcement. It is shameful that the PTB are blocking public access to that DNA – although not surprising.

      I remember reading the original articles about the finding of the lost tomb of King Gilgamesh. One would have expected much more publicity around further digs there. Instead, it seems to have dropped off the radar. Also not surprising.

      I do wonder about the massive emphasis on DNA collection since around 2000…

    • Iceman on October 14, 2020 at 4:09 pm

      The Danish DNA researcher Professor Eske Willerslevs was asked by Sitchin to apply for permission from The Natural History Museum in London to DNA analyze the remains of Princess Puabi’s bone tissue. Willerslev initially said no to the request because he found the project ‘far out’, but eventually gave in to renewed pressure from Sitchin and his team. Professor Willerslev filled in a project proposal in the usual way, and it was assessed by employees at the museum and approved on the basis of normal criteria.
      It turned out that there was no usable DNA to extract from Puabi’s bone tissue. It was too poorly preserved. So instead, Willerslev and his team started looking for amino acids – building blocks of proteins – because they survive better than DNA. Therefore, they tried to sequence collagen protein from the bones. The result showed that Puabi was 100% human. Meanwhile, Sitchin had died, so he never got the result. This whole process has been shown on Danish television in a documentary broadcast.

      • goshawks on October 15, 2020 at 9:48 pm

        Iceman, thanks for the ‘update’; I hadn’t heard of that. The above said, two things to consider: First, raw DNA is different from down-the-sequence protein. May or may not make a difference. Second, was Willerslev ‘leaned on’ in any way by the PTB to produce acceptable results? It would not be the first time that a scientist was made a “gold or lead” offer. The initial “No” and then a “Yes” from Willerslev could have been when the ‘offer’ was made. Just a possibility, in this day and age…

        • Wu Wu on October 16, 2020 at 8:21 am

          About the same time as Prof.W., arguably the world’s foremost DNA analyst, made this “announcement”, he was tasked with a new job, removing him more or less from the DNA dept. projects, as director and ambassador of all museums of history, a completely time-consuming appointment — thus effectively allowing him no time for chasing down
          further DNA.

          • Iceman on October 16, 2020 at 1:38 pm

            Professor Eske Willerslev should not be confused with his brother Rane. They are identical twins.
            It was Rane Willerslev who was appointed director of the Danish National Museum.

        • Iceman on October 16, 2020 at 1:40 pm

          Hi Goshawks, I get your point, however, it is not my impression that Prof. W. is that kind of person.

  8. Katie B on October 14, 2020 at 5:55 am

    Who is the person making the request? Hunan Resources department – legal office for human rights and democracy aka espionage department. Large corporations And gov departments employ terms such as Human Resources and humanitarian affairs as code for social engineering departments.

    • Katie B on October 14, 2020 at 5:56 am

      Faulkner uni – emphasis on bible studies. Hmmm

    • DanaThomas on October 15, 2020 at 4:14 am

      Who is “Demetra D. Senigar”?

      • Katie B on October 16, 2020 at 10:56 am

        Yes precisely. I was trying to validate the whole story, as it’s a bit out there and anything can be faked online but there is a DDS – an unusual name, I doubt there is many around. The name checks out as do her connections, especially the bible studies uni and the ‘human resources’/ ‘humanitarian’ background.

  9. WalkingDead on October 13, 2020 at 8:21 pm

    Hellery Clinton seeks access to whatever has been discovered? Why do I find that disturbing?

  10. marcos toledo on October 13, 2020 at 7:48 pm

    The destruction and disappearing of documents have been ongoing for centuries if not millennia. Just wondering if these missing documents might still exist and who are hiding them.

  11. Katie B on October 13, 2020 at 6:08 pm

    Maybe the clue is in the description. A resurrection chamber? Why would they refer to Gilgamesh’s chamber as one of resurrection? Wasn’t Gilgamesh considered the first immortal? Anything to do with transhumanism and fitting certain genetic keys into certain locks? Mineral man?

    • Katie B on October 13, 2020 at 6:09 pm

      Or indeed, they may have turned something on but cannot turn it off.

    • RBG Santa Monica on October 14, 2020 at 5:56 pm

      Maybe Gilgamesh is just laying there dormant and they are trying to wake him up.

      • goshawks on October 14, 2020 at 7:44 pm

        Poul Anderson wrote an amazing SF novel on immortality, The Boat of a Million Years (1989). It turns out that being immortal is tough in certain ways. Some cannot cope with the sheer unendingness of time, in an emotional/psychological way. They ‘opt out’ in a variety of ways. Perhaps, Gilgamesh did, too…

  12. NYMZA Flugzeug on October 13, 2020 at 5:21 pm

    Definitely going to address this in next vidchat submission. The key element I see here is part genetic and part Stellar Treaty of Versailles. When you deal with Enlil, it’s ALL about the precedent and standing.

  13. Stan Del Carlo on October 13, 2020 at 1:47 pm

    Alice Baily had a great fawning and hopes for the United Nations. Now days, the people there walk around pronouncing themselves as the entitled Masters of the Great White Brotherhood.

    • anakephalaiosis on October 13, 2020 at 2:44 pm

      Alice Bailey is airy-fairy communism.

      Light-drunkenness for bureaucrats.

      Those living in feelgood fantasy.

      La La Land.

    • zendogbreath on October 15, 2020 at 12:50 am

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      Interesting too that David Icke was (and as far as I know is) such a Blavatsky-ite.

  14. Dan Keating on October 13, 2020 at 11:59 am

    In regard to the German team’s method of finding cities/rivers under the sand, do any of you remember one of Dr. Farrell’s, page one blogs (possibly during 2019) that included a link to 1950’s U-2 photos of the middle eastern desert wherein cities and dried-up rivers appeared ? I’d dearly like to see those photos again…if a link can be provided.

  15. Robert Barricklow on October 13, 2020 at 11:57 am

    Just like we see going on w/space; and in particular, the moon. There’s a race to not only acquire these ancient technologies/artifacts; but, to stop others from acquiring them.
    Iraq being a recent example/template.
    And, if there’s anything globalization is an expert in;
    it’s monopolies/oligopolies; to monopolize artifacts, is right up the NWO’s, so-to-speak: dark alley.
    But wait! Nation States that haven’t been fully captured, are fighting for these artifacts, tooth and nail.
    But wait! Even non-state actors are vying for parts on these exopolitical stages.

    Enter another op; the covid184 op. W/so many layers and objectives, that a powerful AI is needed to sort it out.
    One being: searching for “other[s]” tell-tale DNA signatures?

  16. OrigensChild on October 13, 2020 at 10:02 am

    This story brings to mind H. P. Lovecraft’s story named “The Cave”. When viewed as a parable against this odd reference I’m left speechless. I cannot figure out which set of devolved creatures we’re examining in the narrative. Is it the creature that is lying on the cave floor a Nephilim–or us?

  17. WalkingDead on October 13, 2020 at 7:26 am

    “As in the days of Noah…” comes to mind. Wouldn’t surprise me to discover that
    remnants of them have been found in Antarctica as well, possibly preserved in much better condition, having been frozen in the ice for untold amounts of time; especially if they had elongated skulls. That might be enough to have high level people traveling down there to check them out, as it would tend to collaborate some of the ancient texts and legends and what that would imply.

  18. anakephalaiosis on October 13, 2020 at 6:54 am


    Pope Nero Caligula, by grave robbery,
    seeks tomb of Saxon ancestry,
    where heathen stash
    their cash,
    in palace vault of memory.

  19. Richard on October 13, 2020 at 6:50 am

    Entering the realm of the Nephilim, Giants, and Therianthropes seems a step toward the mythical edge of human ascent into the present. That is until one exams further related artifacts and the suggestive interpretations they tend to yield. Probably why the mythical often enters into the greater frame of reference.

    Carvings in stone from Sumerian sources, Egyptian hieroglyphs, and those of Gobekli Tepe alone suggest some rather interesting relationships between Beings that seem to have disappeared or were the imaginings of earlier gifted scholars. There’s still much to uncover about the Jomon culture of Japan of 14,500 years ago as well as more bird and dragon references of that general western Pacific Rim, too, to just get stuck on Middle eastern blunders.

    It almost seems as though your book of “Genes, Giants, Monsters and Men” might play a more significant role these days given the weirdness of current events and seemingly still hidden agendas.

  20. goshawks on October 13, 2020 at 6:12 am

    My guess is that the remnants of the Anunnaki have had their DNA ‘diluted’ over the millennia. Even the most strict purity-driven programs would have had a hard time not succumbing to the handsome/beautiful Adamic humans. So, the modern “Anunnaki” are probably of 98% human DNA.

    The next clue has to do with the so-called Tablets of Destiny. Whichever Anunnaki had them in their possession was the Top Dog. They were stolen a couple of times, and major ‘internal’ wars were fought to get them back. They were more important than Anunnaki ‘nukes’.

    They could have been anything, but I am going to go with control mechanisms for human hybrids. Possibly ‘wired into’ the DNA. In effect, crank-up one ‘switch’ and the humans behave one way. Crank-up a different ‘switch’ and the humans behave another way. Think of it as the ultimate protection mechanism for a small number of Anunnaki spread-out in a sea of human hybrids.

    Now, what would happen if a human hybrid got ahold of the Tablets of Destiny? Possibly, bad things for the Anunnaki. So, it would be ‘password’ protected. Given that the Anunnaki were reputed to be masters of genetics (they hybridized Us), a logical hypothesis is that the Tablets of Destiny were key-locked to Anunnaki DNA.

    Shake and stir the above, and you get ‘rebuilding’ of the key-code. This explains everything from searches for Anunnaki bodily-remnants for direct DNA reconstruction (remember that Sitchin had reported a half-Anunnaki ‘Queen’ mummy was in the British Museum) to clandestine collection of DNA on a massive scale to cobble-together ‘true’ Anunnaki DNA. From the last blog on 23andMe and the CIA:

    So, the big question is: Do the PTB already have possession of the so-called Tablets of Destiny? Or just solid clues as to their existence and potency. My guess, considering all the military-backed ‘incursions’ into the Middle East, is No they do not currently have them.

    Which, of course, may account for the ramping-up of war-fever against Iran, as well as the pull-out from Iraq and the damping-down of efforts against Syria. Iran might now be considered by the PTB as the best candidate for clandestine ‘archeology’. So, wear ’em down or shoot ’em up. High stakes.

    (This also might cause the recent Armenia & Azerbaijan conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh (or Artsakh) to be seen with different eyes. In ancient times, that mountainous area was probably part of Sumer. And mountains are good for hiding things…)

    • DanaThomas on October 13, 2020 at 12:45 pm

      Very true Goshawks, Armenia could be a key to the past, ignored by most. And that past seems to have caused a good deal of trouble to the Armenians in the past 100 years. The reasons may go far beyond the prima facie political/religious explanation of the clash between contemporary Armenian nationalism and Pan-Turkism.

  21. D J on October 13, 2020 at 5:38 am

    A living and imprisoned one in Antarctica perhaps?

    • White Lily on October 13, 2020 at 11:26 am

      Wait…why would they need to continuously re-sample the DNA of millions of people on this planet? If there are looking for Nephilim DNA in random samples wouldn’t it just show up? Why keep testing the same people over and over?

      • LaravD on October 19, 2020 at 3:16 am

        It’s a two-way street. They’re probably inserting stuff as well. Nanochips? Cows are vaccinated through the nose. It is likely that the tests also weaken the blood-brain barrier. Just like EMFs. Check out articles of Makia Freeman.

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