The Ancient Anunaki Rocket Base of Baalbek
The colossal stone platform under the Heliopolis Temple built by Alexander the Great in 400 BC to honor the god Zeus at the site of Baalbek in the Cedar Mountains of Lebanon, has got to be hands down the most evident remnants of our creator race that we have come to know as – The Anunaki. The word itself “Anunaki” means simply “Those Who Came to Earth”. Apparently, the Anunaki themselves, came to Earth long ago from a trinary star system that is the seventh closest system to our own sun… Sirius B, from a planet known as “Rizq”.
Surprisingly, the details of this creator “group” have been loosely retained through the various religions and legends and myths of our day. But sadly, the element of time, the jealous priesthoods of the past and ruling powers that be, have removed and unraveled much the comprehensiveness and accountability of most of these chronicled events. When retold, because so many pieces of the storyline have been removed or symbolized… the stories themselves sound so fantastic and divers that a lot of argument regarding what is REALLY the “truth” is generated.
So, to unravel the mystery as to what actually happened, one would have to go as far back as they could to hopefully get the closest version of the truth as possible. In our case, our recorded history only goes back 5,000 years due to a global event that pretty much covered the Earth with water and mud. It was when the waters had begun to recede that human culture was re-established, apparently by the Anunaki themselves – the ancient culture of Sumer. The records from this culture are still intact and explain in great detail the highly advanced technology that the Anunaki used to come to Earth from Rizq, their experiences along the way… including what happened as they maneuvered through our solar system to get here, and how that technology was applied to their trials and tribulations while they were here.
To be perfectly honest… it seems that the only way this information could have been derived, is that if one of the Anunaki themselves actually must have sat down with a human scribe 5,000 years ago, and explain in great detail the story of themselves and their experiences on Earth. Within the storyline, the landing of their ships was always a big deal to the point that they had decided to build the large permanent structure of Baalbek. The head of their command, Enlil, had discovered the site north of their established base camp and head of the team in charge of building it.
This massive stone landing pad of Baalbek survived the flood, and back as recently as 438 BC Alexander the Great built the temple of Heliopolis on top of it to honor the god Zeus. But beneath the Corinthian columns and remnants of both Greek and Roman architecture lie the ruins of a site that is much, much older. The ancient city of Baalbek is named after the early Canaanite deity Baal – who symbolically represents Lord Enlil. The ancient Sumerian clay tablets explain quite vividly, how the Anunaki teams, under the direction of Lord Enlil, had originally used lasers to cut the enormous stone blocks for the site and how they used vibrational sound technology to levitate the massive stone blocks into place. These documents are 5,000 years old and they detail the construction of a structure that our modern day technology and equipment still cannot achieve. Yet no one seems to notice this huge stone elephant in the room?
The tablets also explain the Face on Mars and much of the activity that was going on there, but Baalbek is right here in our own back yard, and its existence is simply just too evident to be ignored or explained away. If there is some old record that explains how it and many other strange things got here, the oddness of its account should not be dismissed simply because it’s odd. Our minds need to be open to these fantastic accounts and the possibilities that these super sciences existed before we humans were even conceptualized. We, as a species need to be open to the idea that we actually owe our very existence to these super sciences, and that we would not even be here without them.