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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2008 1:24 am 

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Did edgar cayce ever mentioned anything related to the annunakies ?...

has any researcher or writter has any books (better if possible, than sitchin's) about the annunakies ?
who ? and names please.....!!!


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2008 3:28 am 
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I can't speak to edgar cayce, but perhaps i can speak to other books referencing anunnaki.

there are literally hundreds. every book about ancient gods, roman, greek, egyptian, indian, south american, etc is talking about the anunnaki. you just need to put your naki filter on, realize that most writers don't recognize the anunnaki, but write about them. your job is to figure out that ptah is actually enki, and etc. of course filtering the actual facts from the myths is hard, but it is fun. after a while, many of the old stories start to have a consistency and do tell a story.

you mentioned atlantis in reference to the anunnaki. there are a lot of unanswered questions about the anunnaki and their settlements besides the sumerian ones we are familiar with. now you are talking about drowned cities and ice ages. if the naki have been here for over 400,000 years, then they certainly were here when it was pretty dern cold in the interiors and settlements would have only been on the shorelines. melt the ice, and poof, no cities except those few in the warmer and higher areas. a good web site dealing with drowned cities and ancient curios is morien institute
i enjoy it anyway. best of luck in your reading, there is a lot, remember to change the traditional gods names into anunnaki and it starts to make sense and is quite fun.

(screwed up capitalization courtesy of the forum software :angry: )



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