It was dumbass Sitchen who said that the term “Anunnaki” was Sumerian. The Sumerians called the ‘gods’ Anunna. Only later, did the Akkadians add -“ki” to make “Anunnaki”. The Babylonians also borrowed that same Akkadian expression. Sitchin based most of his work from Enum Elis, which is Babylonian. We still dont even know who really fought the goddess Tiamat... The Babylonians say it was Marduk (Jupiter), some fragments point to Ea. But it was the Sumerians story... and we dont know who it really was, since we don't have many fragments that date back that far. So Sitchen can shove his ancient rocket concept up his arse.

It should also be noted that none of Sitchen’s work was peer reviewed. Jsosa (talk) 21:21, July 29, 2019 (UTC)


Article re-written. Jsosa (talk) 03:49, December 17, 2018 (UTC)

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Revised article Jsosa (talk) 18:47, June 10, 2017 (UTC)


I am not sure if this is accurate.

Exactly what was it you mean by it? User:Soulslayer317

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