Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Origins: Sumerian and proto-Indian

The term "Nibiru" comes from Sumerian cuneiform tablets and writings dating back 5,000 years. (Sumer was located in an area Dr. Ranajit Pal has found to be important for its Buddhist archeology and explains the sudden rise of the Indus Valley civilization that came to be India. And although WQ seems to be the first to point this out, is it not odd that the highest, most important "mountain" in Buddhist, Hindu, and Jain cosmology or simply the Indian imagination, Mt. Sumeru?)

Nibiru means "Planet of the Crossing." It's cuneiform sign was often a cross or various winged discs (saucers, platters, circular objects).

The Sumerian culture was located in the fertile lands between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers, at the southern part of today's Iraq. It was the home of a technologically advanced human-like alien race. This race was the "Anunnaki" in Sumerian terms, which survived and later came to Earth.

Having personally traveled the world researching, uncovering, and documenting lost knowledge for over a decade, this is Robert Sepehr's ongoing effort to inform and make public information that has been witheld or forgotten by the masses for millennia.

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