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to receive it and able to understand and manage it. Contrary to what was later said, however, this was about a very practical knowledge, concerning the technical and cultural development of the people to be governed: construction, cultivation and breeding techniques, as well as mathematic, scientific and astronomical knowledge. These skills and abilities would have appeared to be “magical” in the eyes of the people deliberately kept in ignorance. In short, this knowledge was nothing spiritual, but instead a kind of practical knowledge, guaranteeing that the few could exercise power through control of those activities necessary for the development of the subjected human populations! The representatives of these “gods'” were the ancient king-priests, and they were also concerned with practical tasks: they would manage the “gods'” properties and wealth, and they would ruin their daily lives, as masters of the house. In addition, they would also take care of those “dwellings” that were considered their worship places: Those that we nowadays call “massive Templar centres”... The king-priests above all, possessed astronomical knowledge: a basic science for ANUNNAKI, who needed to know precisely about the planetary orbits in order to plan their trips to and from their home planet. Some say that the astronomical knowledge of ancient peoples arose from a need for them to be able to develop and practice agriculture, but we all know that the astronomical information needed to cultivate fields is very minor, and confined to events that affect, at most, the weather and possibly the moon cycles. In fact, they held the so-called “Tablets of Destinies”: astronomical maps which detailed the upcoming cosmological events. Scientists knew how to predict exactly what is happening in the sky, even several millennia in advance, including the locations of the stars and planets at any given time, the eclipses, and the comets' movements. Astronomy and Astrology 28

For the Anunnaki the ability to “predict the future” was a vital necessity, as it was the prerequisite for long journeys into interplanetary space. Those who possessed and controlled the Tablet of Destinies held the power. This astronomical knowledge was gradually transferred to the king-priests, who thus acquired the ability to “predict the future”, in other words, they could “predict” what was going to happen concerning the movements of the stars and planets. This “practical” knowledge was perhaps the basis for the future astrology: a form of pseudo-knowledge that, after losing its truly scientific roots, tried to rebuild on a hypothetical basis with whatever memory was still preserved, about a time when “gods” and their human representatives really knew how to predict the movements of objects in the heavens. Today, astrology has become a way to try and predict the future of individuals. How far we are from the scientific knowledge of the Tablets of Destinies, characterized by a thorough astronomical knowledge necessary to travel long distances throughout the skies! Men attributed the “gods” as, knowledge keepers, also a characteristic of immortality. One can easily understand how this happened considering that ANUNNAKI's life was based on the yearly orbital cycle of NIBIRU, which corresponds to 3,600 earthly years, thus their life span was also several thousand times longer then the ADÁMS'. Each of these “gods” lived for several human generations and no ADÁM could witness the death of his “god”; rather their deeds would be handed down from generation to generation of ancestors: such is the origin of the concept of gods' immortality (in a separate chapter, we will see how the Bible actually states that “gods” die just as men do). However, these “figures” have other human, features. They were beings made of flesh and bones; in fact, they fought for power. Their wars were deadly, they produced “winds that make hair fall out, remove the skin, lead to death without apparent injury”. Therefore, ENKI and ENLIL's disciples fought for power, and the biblical Abraham himself was involved in one of these wars which was so devastating 29

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