Anunnaki were clocks?

December 18, 2011 0:16

Interesting photos of Sumerian and Akkadian gods leaked online Joseph Bauer — was carrying seen something very reminiscent of … watch (if you count the marks, they will be 12)! So, who is depicted in the bas-reliefs created in IV-III millennium BC? Inhabitants and rulers of ancient Sumer — or mysterious Anunnaki, who worshiped in Sumer? Here he writes about the clock and the Anunnaki Zecharia Sitchin in his book "The Lost Kingdom".
Usually, scientists tend to attribute ancient astronomical research necessary for an agricultural society to have a calendar that allows you to determine the time of sowing and harvest time.

For a long time, this explanation is accepted as self-evident. However, the farmer, from one year to work the land, can predict the seasons and rain better than any astronomer — on natural signs. Primitive societies in the most remote corners of the earth (living off agriculture) for many generations have lived and fed themselves without astronomers and accurate calendar. It is known for as well as the first calendar was invented in the city, but not in rural areas.

The simplest sundial gnomon or give enough information on the time of day and time of year — if one can not do without them. Nevertheless, even in ancient times, people have studied the sky, oriented their temples to the stars and planets and their associated calendar and its holidays with the celestial phenomena. Why? Because the calendar was invented not for agricultural purposes, and for the religious.

Not to benefit mankind, and for the worship of the gods. And the gods — according to the very first religion and faith of the people who gave us the calendar — have come from heaven.
Enough to read the poetic verses of psalms to understand that watching a wonderful celestial phenomena had nothing to do with farming or herding, it was associated with the worship of the Lord.

For this realization is best to turn to the ancient Sumerians, because it was here 6000 years ago, there were astronomy, calendar, and religion, connecting heaven and earth. The Sumerians claimed that this knowledge has been granted to them en-nunakami who came to Earth from the planet Nibiru. They said that Nibiru is the twelfth member of the solar system, and that is why the vault of heaven is divided into twelve houses of the zodiac, and the year into twelve months. Land was considered the seventh planet (if you start counting from the outside), and, consequently, the number twelve is revered as a sacred heavenly number, and the number seven — as earthly.

Numerous Sumerian clay table report that the Anunnaki came to Earth long before the Great Flood. In one of the previous books, we calculated that it happened for 423,000 years before the Flood, the equivalent of 120 treatment periods Nibiru around the Sun, the time range for the Anunnaki was just a year equaled 3,600 Earth years. Annunaki appeared on Earth and fly away again each time they approached the planet to the Sun (and the Earth), passing between Mars and Jupiter. There is no doubt that the Sumerians began to watch the sky, not in order to determine the start of field work, and then to see and celebrate the return of the Lord of Heaven.

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