The Interstellar Spacecraft Nibiru – “Relentless Crosser of the Seas of Space”
The Anunaki… Who were they, and where did they come from? Well, fortunately for us… the answer to this daunting question can be found inscribed in stone in the form of 5,000 year old Sumerian Cuneiform clay tablets. It was only until recently that the various triangular symbols were able to be deciphered, and one man stood above all the rest in this field – Zachariah Sitchen.
Sitchen’s work had been crucial in the structuring of my comprehensive account of Human origins, and I will always be forever grateful for his work and dedication. But along the way, there were elements of Sitchen’s relayed account that demanded a deeper analysis, due to the simple lack of plausibility within its detail… in comparison to the much more established and plausible elements within the larger story.
The story of where the Anunaki are from is a good example of where important details were inaccurately conveyed through Sitchen, either accidentally… or on purpose. His albeit amazing work portrays the Anunaki’s home world as “Nibiru” or “Planet X”, and he associates it with a precise 3,600 year elliptical orbit within our solar system . But this is not the case… planets just don’t work like that, but spacecraft do.
Nibiru was the first ship the Rizqians had sent on their mission to Earth, and it is more likely that the 3,600 year orbit of Nibiru is based solely on celestial trajectory for their other ships. Establishing the optimum time to launch from their home world of Rizq in Sirius B, allowed them to align properly with the Earth when they got here to transport their Earth gold.
In the ancient manuscripts these ships are referred to as “celestial chariots”. They are quite large, bell shaped, and golden… and they roar like a mountain. For me personally… it wasn’t hard to reiterate a definition that made no sense to me… it’s what I do! But, when I read the definition of Nibiru, I knew I was on the right track. “The Relentless Crosser of the Seas of Space”, it even sounds like the name of an old ship.
So, in your own personal search for answers and “truth”, be sure to remain open to new information so that it may redefine your observations toward the most plausible truth you can find.
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