March 9, 2021

Origin Stories: The Anunnaki

Who were The Anunnaki?

The Anunnaki are a group of deities who appear in the mythological traditions of the ancient Sumerians, Akkadians, Assyrians, and Babylonians. The Sumerians considered them to be the most powerful deities in the pantheon, descendants of An and Ki, the god of the heavens and the goddess of earth.

In 1968, Swiss pseudoarcheologist Erich von Däniken claimed that extraterrestrial “ancient astronauts” had visited a prehistoric Earth, suggesting an alien race to explain the origin of religions. He supported his views using interpretations of Sumerian texts and the Old Testament.

In 1976, Russian-American author Zecharia Sitchin claimed that The Anunnaki were actually an advanced humanoid extraterrestrial species from the undiscovered planet Nibiru, who came to Earth around 500,000 years ago to mine gold. They hybridized their species and Homo erectus via in vitro fertilization in order to create humans as a slave species of miners. While on Earth, they built the pyramids and all the other monumental structures from around the ancient world that are considered so impossible to build without highly advanced technologies.

In the 1990’s, British conspiracy theorist David Icke claimed that the reptilian overlords in his reptilian conspiracy theory were The Anunnaki.

In The Magicals Series

Many centuries ago, fallen angels called The Anunnaki came to Earth. Humans classified these beings as aliens as a way to understand the remnants of the advanced civilization they found. In truth, they were the first magicals. Stripped of immortal status as punishment for their serious crimes, they had to depend on magic to survive. Conflict among the demoted beings was inevitable. Two opposing factions emerged. The wizards - das Zauberer. The fairies - la Fée Royale.

La Fée Royale positioned themselves as the superior beings. They treated their counterpart das Zauberer like slaves until, more than a century ago, das Zauberer rose up against their self-appointed overlords. They waged war, setting out to annihilate every last fairy, and their campaign saw much success. The wizards thought the fairies were all dead, but the surviving fairies scattered into hiding. They assimilated deeply into the human population and adopted technology to mask their magical abilities. They swore—when the right time came—to take vengeance on the wizards and reclaim their position of power.

In the wrong hands, magic could be very dangerous. The wizards had seen evidence of the destruction. The fairies had been stopped, but they needed safeguards to protect the future. A magical council was formed. Wizards were appointed as guardians of the supernatural world.

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