by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)
(Excerpt from Anunnaki; Gods No More)
450,000 years ago, Mars “was a planet with pleasant seasons, flowing water, oceans and rivers, cloudy blue skies, and simple plant life. It’s now going through an ice age that started 13,000 years ago. When the next Martian warm period (interglacial) arrives, Mars will again flow with water.”
Mars’ path round the sun stretches longer than Earth’s, so Mars takes longer to round the sun.
Consequently, Mars’ summers, when Mars passes closest to the sun and warms, last longer than Earth’s. Mars’ winters, when it’s colder and farthest from the sun last longer than Earth’s winters. So Mars’ seasons last twice as long as Earth’s. Both Earth and Mars spin on their own axes in 24 hours, so they have equal days and nights.
Mars also has longer colder glacial periods and longer warmer interglacial periods than Earth. Mars’ cycle of glacial and interglacials lasts 50,000 years. Earth’s glacial/interglacial cycle’s only 41,000 years. When Enki, Anzu and crew (Homo Sapien giants from the planet Nibiru) en route to Earth first landed on Mars, they experienced Mars’ warm, interglacial. Waters then flowed on Mars’ surface. [ZS, Genesis: 232 -234]
At Tiahuanaco, Nibirans Ninurta and Viracocha planned and built power-producing pyramids. Zecharia Sitchin saw similar pyramids in photos of Mars the Mariner 9 probe produced.
When Sitchin perused pictures of Mars’ “Inca City” area, he saw interlocking huge stone blocks, like at Sacsahuaman, Peru. On Mars, a meteorite crashed into a wall of such blocks and hurtled a chunk of the blocks to Antarctica on Earth.[Mariner 9 photo frame 4212-15 for the Inca City stone wall].
Nibiran-built pyramids on Earth, and Mars too amplified vibrations from their planets. On both planets, the Nibirans channeled water from nearby lakes or rivers to a stagnant pool under pyramids.
A pump in a power-plant pyramid perpetually pumped its subterranean pool and produced an ongoing pulsation to a combustion chamber above. Liquid hydrogen chloride and hydrated zinc poured through stone ducts into the chamber. The liquids mixed and freed hydrogen gas which rose through 27 crystal amplifiers to the pyramid-top. The pulse thus capacitated exited top as perpetual microwaves for the Nibirans’ power needs.
Dunn’s diagram of how the Giza Power Plant worked.
Below, Christopher Dunn depicts a pyramids’ amplification crystals above its hydrogen-release chamber.
Crystals amplify microwave in Giza’s Great Pyramid
Our probe, Mariner 9, registered two pairs of pyramids on Mars. One of the pyramid pairs on Mars measured two miles across and half a mile high [Mariner 9 frames 4205-78, 4296-23; ZS, Genesis: 2462 -246].
The Nibirans placed Earth’s pyramids in Giza and Tiahuanaco on Earth and just west of Alalu’s statue at Cydonia. Near Cydonia, they planted raised beds of crops they irrigated from canals–from lakes on Mars and Tiahuanaco and from the Nile at Giza [NASA Frame 52-A-35, Plate L].
On both Mars and Giza, the Nibirans marked their pyramids’ entrances with statues. On Mars, the mile-high statue that fronted their big pyramid featured the face of the Deposed Nibiran King, Alalu. The statue of Alalau’s head rose a half-mile above Mars’ plateau. [Viking photo 76-A-593/17384]
Giza’s on right; Mars left.
Alalu had been King of Nibiru. In unsportsmanlike spite, he’d bitten off the penis of his successor, Anu, after a fair wrestling match to determine which of them would for the rule of Nibiru.
Though Anu had won the match, Alalu was a sore loser and made Anu even sorer.
Anu sentenced Alalu to die on Mars. Astronavigator Anzu, Alalu’s kinsman, volunteered to share Alalu’s fate on Mars.
430,000 years ago, Princess Ninmah, en route to Earth, on orders from Anu (her father) revived Anzu. She gave Anzu 20 men and ordered him to build a gold transshipment base and the statue of Alalu at Cydonia.
In Egypt, the Nibirans built the Giza complex around 10,500 B.C.. There they first put the face of Ningishzidda-Thoth, who designed the complex, on the statue of a crouching lion (Sphinx) that marked the pyramids.
In 3100 B.C., Marduk-Ra displaced Ningishzidda from Egypt. Marduk replaced Ningishzidda’s face on the Sphinx with the face of Osiris, Marduk’s murdered son. The face of the Sphinx face gazed at the mile-high stone face of Alalu, Marduk’s mother’s father, on Mars.
The complex of statue and pyramids the Nibirans laid out at Giza served as a beacon for incoming rockets. On Earth, incoming rockets could sight a line from Mount Ararat in Turkey–Earth’s most obvious natural marker–to the Sinai Landing Corridor. This mirrored their layout on Mars.
On Mars, the Cydonia layout marked a line across Mars’ landing corridors on its Utopian area to Olympus Mars, Mar’s most obvious visible (15 miles high) natural marker. The Utopian area spaceport featured “a pentagonal structure [NASA frame 086-A-07] and a runway next to evidence of mining [NASA frame 086-A-08, plates and J]. The runway led “to an elevated structure of geometric design with straight sides and pierlike teeth on one side–a structure now mostly buried under windblown sands–to the shore of what was once a lake.”
Mars also had an airport near the equator, “a circular hub from which loading gates radiated” at longitude 186.4. [ZS, Genesis:280]
Other photos of Mars “show tracks on an escarpment above the great canyon in the Valles Marineris near the Martian Equator.” These tracks, like those on Earth at Nazca, Bolivia, crisscross in a way that natural tracks don’t.
The nearing (perigee) of Nibiru to the inner solar system, 11,000B.C., destroyed the Nibiran space facilities in Iraq. The nearing also threw a huge boulder on the north wall of the big pyramid on Mars, just west of Alalu’s statue. The boulder crushed the north corner of the pyramid west of Alalu’s statue. The rain of debris and proximity of Nibiru to Mars also vaporized Mars’ surface water and stripped away its atmosphere. [ZS, Genesis: 232 -271; Plate H].
Evidence of current human activity on Mars; two guys examining wreck of ancient, huge spacecraft:
Anunnaki Chronology Link click-me
*** More on the Gods of Old: Anunnaki: Gods No More by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.) http://vimeo.com/user7362624/sasha-lessin-phd
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