Anunnaki Zecharia Sitchin


From ANUNNAKI, LEGACY OF THE GODS * by Sasha Alex Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, UCLA) & Janet Kira Lessin (CEO, Aquarian Media)


In 3840 BCE, Anu, King of the planet Nibiru, inspected the facilities his sons and grandsons (the Anunnaki) created on Earth.  At  the Tiahuanacu Spaceport atop Peru’s Andes, Anu summonsed Marduk (once-Pretender to the Anu’s Throne) from exile in North America. 

Anu pardoned Marduk for causing Prince Dumuzi (Marduk’s half-brother) to die.  Dumuzi drowned as he fled enforcers his brother Marduk (Satan) sent to arrest him for a rape set-up with their sister.  Anu had fired Marduk as Egypt’s boss and exiled him to North America.  Anu and Enlil installed Marduk’s half-brother Thoth (AKA Ningishzidda) as the god of Egypt.

Pardoned, Marduk moved to Bab-il, a section of his dad’s estate at Basara (Iraq).  At Bab-il Marduk built a launch tower.  Earth Commander Enlil (Yahweh) bombed the tower. 

Marduk gathered an army, returned to Egypt and priests who had remained loyal to him, and challenged Thoth’s armies for Egypt.  After 300 years of fighting, their father Enki (AKA Ptah, Lucifer) took Thoth from Egypt.  They went to work on Stonehenge in Britain, New Grange in Ireland, Tiahuanacu in Peru, then to central Mexico, at Teotihuacan.



In Mexico, Ningishzidda, Sumerian overseers, Olmec foremen and Indian laborers built two unadorned pyramids at Teotihuacan and were responsible for Mayan civilization.  Other versions of Mexican history cite a pre-Mayan Black Olmec civilization in way further south.  In Yucatan in the La Venta area Olmecs had calenders that pre-dated that of the Maya.  At La Venta too, archeologists found a sculpture of the Feathered Serpent (which Sitchin identifies with Ningishzidda in Mesoamerica).  Both versions probably hold part of the story. [Lost Realms: 20-110; Newman, 2018]

In Mexico, Anunnaki and their assistants started Teotihuacan ca 4000 BCE and the Aztec’s Tenochtitlan after 1,400 CE

Teotihuacan’s thirty miles north of Mexico City.


In Sitchin’s take on Mexican history, 30 miles North of Mexico City Thoth (known in Mexico as Quetzalcoatl and Kukuklan and in Guatemala and El Salvadore as Xuihtecutlli), West African administrators and bearded Middle-Easterners built two great undecorated Sumerian-type pyramids –the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon–along a five-mile-long North-South avenue of administrative buildings, shrines, temples.  The avenue slopes 90 feet to channel water from the Moon Pyramid at its north end to the Sun Pyramid at its south end.  The builders erected a series of double walls at a right angle to the Avenue that made “six subterranean compartments open to the sky.” They lined the compartments with mica.  The compartments collected then released water to flow from the Moon Pyramid to the Sun Pyramid “until it reached a channel that diverted from the San Juan River.

These external steps of the huge pyramids, 745 feet above sea level let Thoth’s scientists study astronomical movements and let his technicians to pan placer gold as water washed ore down the steps.  


In addition to their metallurgical functions, Mexican and Central American cities involved ancestor reverence.  A Thoth-founded city’s dead were buried under its residences and its central plaza held the tomb of the city’s founder; “The entire city revolves around the dead king as the founding central ancestor of the city.  The living are constantly living in the shadow of their great dead king.”  In public rituals, current kings descended from the central pyramid that held the ancestor-king’s body.  The living king punctured himself with a stingray spine to invoke spiritual energy from the buried dead, then spun around, spraying his blood, infused with ancestral energy, toward the assembled citizens.  Blood letting, which, after Thoth left the Maya, involved priests tearing hearts from living people as blood sacrifices to gods in underword (Elbert) or in the sky (Sitchin).

The reigning king wore a headress that either showed the god for whom he spoke (this is Ebert’s interpretation) or the aircraft the god used (Sitchin’s interpretation). [Ebert: 2;17/28:24]

Mesoamericans uniformly wore headdresses and masks to let spirits of gods and ancestors speak through them.  The world of the dead possessed the Maya each night, as the world of the dead slid out from the underworld at sundown.

Mesoamericans practiced bloodletting to invoke help from gods, perhaps to remind people that they’re blood descendants of the gods.  Below, a Mayan noblewoman has punctured her tongue with a thorn-studded rope  to open up to a god’s power.  The god depicted above her on the right panel is Bolem Yakte, the Mayan version of Enki-Lucifer.

In the Youtube below, the frescoes clearly show ancient Maya as Black People and shows them warlike and murderous.


Crude stones and stucco held ten million cubic feet of “mud bricks, adobe, pebbles, and gravel” together for the Pyramid of the Sun.  In front of its central external steps, a central cavity “contained ancient steps twenty feet down to the entrance to a horizontal passageway that Thoth had enlarged, roofed with heavy stones, and walled with smooth plaster.  150 feet from the stairway the tunnel sprouts two long side chambers under the first stage of the Sun Pyramid’s first stage. From there the subterranean passage, seven feet tall, continues another 200 feet, with man-made floors, drainage pipes connected to an underground watercourse.  The tunnel ends below the fourth stage of the pyramid in a hollowed-out cloverleaf, supported by adobe columns and basalt slabs. ” [Lost Realms: 48, 51-55]

Around 300 BCE, Toltec Indians “began drifting in” to Teotihuacan, which Black Olmec ran.  The Toltec tribesmen worked as manual laborers, learned the Olmec picture-writing, goldsmithing, astronomy, calendar and worship of the Sumerian gods.  much later, built the Quetzalcoatl Pyramid along the avenue, and decorated its outer walls, in an administrative-business area (“the Citadel). 

Around 200 BCE, the Olmecs left Teotihuacan to the Toltecs, who added administrative and commercial buildings (the “Citiadel) and another pyramid, the Quetzalcoatl Pyramid, along the avenue.  Unlike the Olmec Sun and Moon Pyramids, the Toltec’s Quetzalcoatl Pyramid featured decorated outer walls. 

1000 years after the Toltecs drifted in, they, like the Olmecs before them, left Teotihuacan and created Tollan on the bank of the Tula River as a mini-Teotihuacan.  Tollan’s rulers claimed they descended from Quetzalcoatl-Thoth.

Teotihuacan’s Temple of the Sun

Stone markers, two miles out, lined up with The Temple of the Sun on its east-west axis; its other axis is north-west at the time it was built on the model of the Giza Pyramids.  Teotihuacan’s Sun Pyramid’s 745 feet per side on its base.  The Anunnaki built the Sun Pyramid of “mud bricks, adobe, pebbles, and gravel held together by a sheath of crude stones and stucco with an aggregate mass of 10,000,000 feet.” The Sun Pyramid rises 250 feet. [Lost Realms: 49]

Ningishzidda-Thoth, though Earthborn, is an Anunnaki (a person whose ancestors came from planet Nibiru to Earth), son of Lucifer (Enki–Lord of Earth).   Thoth bore the names Kukuklan and Quetzalcoatl in Mexico, Central America and South America, organized gold and copper mining operations and structured Mayan Civilization from Mexico to Peru.  In 3113 BCE Thoth brought Black West African Administrators, bearded White Semitic Advisors and beardless Brown South American “Indians” from the Andean realm of his cousin Viracocha (known in Sumer as “Adad”) to Teotihuacan in Central Mexico.  Thoth’s team mined the gold and refined the copper into tin for Anunnaki to use in their Middle Eastern cities.  They shipped the gold to Viracocha’s spaceport at Tiahuanacu atop the Andes; Viracocha rocketed it from Nazca to the Anunnaki transshipment base on Mars.  From Mars, Astronauts rocketed the gold to Nibiru.  Nibirans refined the gold into white powder of monoatomic gold and floated it up to the atmospheric to shield Nibiru.


“Thoth, alias Quetzalcoatl the Feathered Serpent, bestowed the Calendar of 52, the Grand Sacred Round of 52 solar years” which resolved the fact that the Sumerian calendar he brought, was based on Sumer’s latitude with the lengthened day at Yucatan’s latitude.  He also “bestowed  all  other  knowledge upon  the  people  of  Mesoamerica.”  [Lost  Realms: 84]map cancun


In Central America, Thoth either gained workers from Votan, a descendant of Enki’s son hybrid son Cain, or “Votan” may have been another name for Thoth.  In any case, Sitichin reports that Votan, in four separate journies, boated people from Canaan to Yucatan’s east (Gulf) Coast, where he founded a city, Nachan [=Place of the Serpent/Enki Clan]

Nachan may have been the site the Maya occupied since 2000 BCE.  National Geographic calls the site “Dzibilchalgun.” Nachan/Dzibilchalgun’s on Yucatan’s northwest shore near Progreso.  Spanish settlers dismantled Dzibilchalgun for its decorated stones, but left a mile and a paved causeway of limestone from East to West.

On his fourth trip with settlers to Yucatan, Votan found the Nachan people fighting among themselves.  To end their strife in Nachan, he separated the people into four Mayan nation-states, each with a capital.  The Maya built cities across the Yucatan’s north tip, the Maya built the cities of Uxmal, Izamal, and Mayapan. Mayapan, the center of an alliance of city-states or Chichen Itza, made great by Toltec migrants conquered the southern highlands and built Copan, the most southern Mayan city. 


From 1000 to 450 BCE Chichen Itza, near where Thoth first landed in Yucatan, became “the principle sacred city of Yuctan.

Chichen Itza by 450 BCE, “the principle sacred city of Yucatan,” boasted a sacred well. The Itzas, migrants from the south, built their ceremonial center–the great central pyramid and the observatory–near where Thoth first came ashore in Yucatan. The Toltecs, who had migrated from central Mexico, gradually populated Tiotihuacan, then migrated south to Chichen Itza, to be near the place Thoth came ashore and would return.

At Chichen Itza, the Toltecs reproduced sculpture of the Sumerian stories of the Celestial Battle including the astronomical events that killed Tiamat, the proto-Earth and resurrected Tiamat as Earth. The art shows the exact position of the Earth from the outside to the inside of the inner solar system. They built a 9-stage pyramid dedicated to Thoth, decorated with carvings of him. The decorations incorporated in its structure calendrical aspects and duplicates the pyramid in Tula, capital of the Toltecs from Teotihuacan.

Toltecs, in the sacred well at Chichen Itza, threw 40 virgin girls as sacrifices, as well as gold, silver and copper ornaments made from metals refined from ores Mesoamerica lacked. Art on the ornaments showed bearded Sumerian types, as well as Sky Gods [Nibirans].

Toltecs moved to Itza after they left Tolan, near Mexico City.  Toltec pyramid to the Plumed Serpent reaches 185 feet high; it duplicated the pyramid the Toltecs left at Tula.

Toltec centers in the Yucatan featured ballcourts where opposing teams enacted the astronomical events depicted in the Anunnaki account of Earth’s creation.  Toltecs beheaded the losing captain of the losing team to mimic how Nibiru, the Anunnaki homeplanet, decapitated Tiamat, the Proto-Earth.

The Maya decorated the main ballcourt at Chichen Itza “with scenes of the Sumerian Tree of Life and the standard winged and bearded Anunnaki.”


Every Mesoamerican city featured an “i” -shaped ballcourt.  Mayan Ballgames ended with the beheading of the losing team–usually from among captive enemies–as a tribute to the triumphant gods of the victors.  Two to four players–teams of opposed gods–clashed in a narrow V-shaped depression between two artificial hills.  They scored points when they got the ball (sometimes it was the head of defeated team captain) through the hoop.

The story of Mayan ballcourts in the Popol Vuh is the ideological charter of Mayan religion.  In the Popol Vuh, gods of the underworld challenged, defeated and beheaded two Maya ballplayers and fixed their heads with other losers on a calabash tree.  One Mayan loser’s head spit on a daughter of an underworld god.  She fled to the surface world, then bore twins, the ballplayer heros of Mayan civilization.

The twins went to the underworld, passed tests, tricked the underworld gods to revive their father, pretended to wield the power of resurrection, killed the underworld gods whom they promised resurrection in the living world, but then didn’t resurrect them.  Their father, a bearded Semite, reincarnated as the god of maize.

When a new king ascended a Mayan throne, he bled himself and had captives his men captured play ball.  Priests beheaded the losers and pulled the bleeding hearts from the new king’s captives.  The priests made the loosing ballplayer captain’s head into the ball for the next game [Akroid, op. cit.].


Thoth at La Venta with ME computing device in its Sumerian-type case?

Several scholars have identified a specifically pre-Mayan Olmec culture associated with La Venta, an area near Tobasco, Mexico.



The ruins of Palenque, an early (ca 600 CE) Mayan complex of temples and sculptures lie in the jungle near the borders of Guatemala and Chiapas, Mexico.  Palenque was the most westerly extension of Thoth’s Maya before the south-migrating from North of the Valley of Mexico drove the Maya to their final annihilation at Chavin, Peru.

The Maya settled Palenque around the time of Jesus’ birth.  Palenque’s ruling dynasty, founded by Lord K’uk’ B’alam I, built Palenque Around A.D. 431.  Around K’uk’s palace, the Palenque built mausoleums and temples dedicated to the great deities.

Warriors from Calakmul, east of Palenque attacked and destroyed Palenque and overthrew the three Anunnaki “gods” whom Palenque’s ruler—the ajaw or  Lord, and the people of Palenque obeyed.  The office in Palenque, the “ajaw,” passed down through male descendants.  The ajaw linked the gods and people of Palenque.  The people believed gods controlled weather and that the ajaw’s job was to get the gods to protect and feed them.

The ajaw Pacal defeated the Calakmul in 615 CE and rebuilt Palenque. 

Pacal was an only child and had already been designated as ajaw when his mother, Lady Sak K’uk, ruled as regent.  Pacal raised Palenque from a minor city into a huge complex that rivaled other great Maya cities.

Under Pacal, Palenque grew and dominated the people we call “Indians” [actually Middle Easterner descendants of Anunnaki Chief Scientist Enki’s son Cain] in the western Yucatan.  The Palenque prospered from  both trade and collection of tribute. 


On the Temple of Inscription which Pacal had built, a secret stairway led down to his secret burial chamber.  His rectangular sarcophagus lid weighed 5 tons and is twelve and 1/2 feet long.

Within the coffin, Pacal’s tall body wore a mask of jade and a jade pendant that bore an image of a god.  Jade’s a substance the Maya valued above gold.  Pacal’s sarcophagus lid “was carved with the image of him barefoot and seated on a plumed of flaming throne and, in Sitchin’s interpretation, seemingly operating mechanical devices inside an elaborate chamber.” Dankien and his protege Tsoukalos believe Lord Pacal is operating a rocketship, that the Maya were skyfarers.  Others consider the Lord’s depiction on the lid as showing him ascending through a tree of life to an afterlife.

Sitchin wrote, “The scene on Pical’s sarcophagus conveys the same image that an Egyptian pharaoh, who was not an astronaut, was transported by the Winged Serpent to an eternal afterlife among the gods who came from the heavens, of which Pacal had become one upon his death. [Lost Realms: 70- 72; Mayan Astronaut Lord Pikal AAstros Season 4, Disk 1]

73 stone steps under Palenque’s Temple of Inscriptions, Alberto Ruiz found Lord Pacal’s remains, face covered with a jade mask.

Palenque under Lord Pacal featured a public area—the Great Plaza—that monuments surrounded—and a residential zone. Palenque had aqueducts, public squares, and ball courts. Civil power was focused on the Great Palace.  Pacal ordered the Temple of the Inscriptions, a stepped pyramid, built.  The Temple of Inscriptions building had nine distinct floors whose walls were inscribed with glyphs and images of Mayan culture.

 In the  8th Century, Pacal’s son and successor, K’inich Kan B’alam (“Shining Snake Jaguar”) built the Temple of the Sun and the Temple of the Foliated Cross that honored the god Unen K’awiil, the “infant,” associated with maize, rain, dynastic fertility, and the legitimacy of Palenque’s ajaws.

By the mid-800s, Palenque’s power waned and by 900 Palenque’s people, like the other Mayan cities emptied and the Mayan people retreated south all the way to Chavin on the coast of Peru. [Natural Geographic Newsletter,  June, 2022; Lost Realms: 70- 72]

 Lord Pacal Closeup showing, in Von Danikan’s view, exhaust flames


Itza and the other Mayan centers featured ballcourts where Celestial Battle was acted out by opposing teams.  Losing captain decapitated, enacting, Sitchin suggests, how the Anunnaki home planet, Nibiru, decapitated Tiamat, the Proto-Earth.  

Ningishzidda tutored the Maya in both phonetic and character writing; they manufactured ink and paper books. The Maya produced monumental sculptured art, carved jade, hand-held lights, weapons, flamethrowers and tools fitted with mirrors. Thoth taught them the principles of place value and zero which let them, with the advanced astronomy he dictated, so they could know when Nibiru neared Earth and when Nibiran “gods’ came and went.

He showed them how to make calendars that showed Venus circled the sun every 6000 years. Thoth also taught the Mayans the more-than 26,000-year Precession of the Equinoxes on Earth.

He showed them how to make and use telescopes, and had astronomer apprentices raised in the dark to better see the heavens through the telescopes. The accuracy of their predictions over time validates Nibiran presence and influence on Earth. [Tsarion, M., 2012]

Thoth left Earth.  He said he and his father Balam Yokte (Enki) would return on December 21, 2012, and challenge the forces of evil on Earth. Thoth and his accompanying Nibirans “left, presumed to be swallowed by the ruler of the night, the Jaguar; and the image of Thoth was henceforth covered by the jaguar’s mask through which serpents, his symbol, emerge.”

Bolam Yakte (Enki/Ptah/Lucifer)


 Kuklukan Emerging from Flying Serpent craft

The night (jaguar) eats Kukuklan 

Mayan priests ritually pierced their foreskins, dripped the blood onto paper strips, then burned the strips.  Smoke from the blood-soaked papers summonsed their gods. [Akroid: 23K55/44:10]

Priests encouraged blood sacrifice, ostensibly to bring back the  gods, but then to execute prisoners and control people. Kings and Priests kept blood sacrifice–at first those of rulers, then of enemy rulers, then anyone they needed to control.

Mayan priests ask Kukuklan to have a heart and return


The Olmecs gradually retreated south as Indians moving down from the North attacked them.  Olmecs first fled their older metropolitan center near the Gulf, circa 300 BCE.  They gave up their  more southern centers last. The Indians killed both negroid Olmecs and the Bearded Ones,” from the Eastern Mediterranean.”


Copan, the capital of Yucatan’s south, featured the main observatory of the Maya, the place where astronomers set the Mayan Calendar Thoth brought from Sumer and Egypt.  16 Mayan astronomers held a conclave in Copan in 763 CE to resolve the discrepancies in the Calendar Thoth brought from Sumer with the observation the Sun’s zenith variation due to latitude differences. “The decisions reached at Copan were applied throughout the Mayan realm.”  Their main task was to keep adjusting the 260 day sacred year against data from earlier times that dealt with the movement of celestial bodies.” [Nunez, 2013]

Copan’s ceremonial center occupied 75 acres of temple pyramids grouped about several great plazas.

The plaza on the left, in front of the pyramid called the Acopolis, stands a square altar to the 16 kings of Copan; the Mayan gyph ‘Lord” above the staff of office the dynasty’s founder hands to indicates its last king, the16th. [Nunez, op.cit., 2013]

On the altar in front of the Acropolis, above the kings molded on the altar’s sides, priests sacrificed to the gods. 

Copan’s pyramids, 70 feet high” had “elaborate sculptures and hieroglyphic insciptions, shrines, alters and poured liquified stone stelas (academics afraid to admit extraterrestrial technology claim the carvings were made stone-on stone) that portrayed rulers and gave their dates.” [Lost Realms:75, 79-80]

The Hieroglyph Stairway up Temple 26 is a book of Copan’s history and the history of the satellite cities Copan developed [Nunez, op.cit., 2013].

Copan’s easily-quarried stone preserved the best Maya sculpture.

Under the Acropolis, the latest find: Rosalila, a shrine to the Sun God, over still deeper temples.

TIKAL, Guatemala

Tikal, the largest Mayan city, covers more than six square miles and grows larger as more jungle’s excavated. 

Tikal’s “main ceremonial center alone covers more than a square mile physically created atop a mountain that was flattened.  Flanking ravines were converted into water reservoirs linked by causeways.”

“Tikal’s pyramids are skyscrapers, exceeding 200 feet.  Rising in sheer stages the pyramids served as raised platforms for temples that stood atop them. 

The rectangular temples were topped by massive ornamental substructures reachable by steep steps that were Stairways to Heaven.

“Within each temple, a series of doorways led from the outside in, each doorway a step higher than the one before it.

From at least 600 BCE, “the great plazas of Tikal served as a necropolis where rulers and noblemen were buried.  Many lesser structures were funerary temples serving as cenotaphs.”  Stelas at the cenotaphs “depict actual rulers and commemorate major events in their lives and reigns.  The hieroglyphic inscriptions carved upon the stelae recorded actual dates, named the ruler by his hieroglyph and identified the event written phonetically in syllables similar to those of Sumerian, Babylonian and Egyptian.” [Lost Realms: 72-75]




“Indians” revolted in Mexico and Yucatan revolted against their Olmec and Sumerian bosses and drove them ever southward, toward the Anunnaki settlements in South America where Adad-Viracocha ruled.  At Chavin, the southernmost kingdom of Olmec civilization, Adad halted the African-Semitic extension into the Andes from Mesoamerica.

The Mayan complex of Black rulers with Sumerian-looking associates with metal instruments settled the whole west coast of Peru, moved inland into the mountains and established the high civilization of Chavin over the area. 

Adad-Viracocha’s armies from Tiahuancu attacked the Olmecs and Semites, killed them, and destroyed their sites over a period of several centuries.

“After 1,000 years in the northern Andes and 2,000 years in Mesoamerica, the African-Semitic presence came to a tragic end.” At Chavin, archaeologists found sculpted heads of clay that represented [bearded] Semites which displayed “grotesque grimaces or mutilations, stuck as trophies in the site’s surrounding walls.  Depictions of mutilated negroid bodies are found in the whole Chavin area.”  [Lost Realms: 193]

Chavin map

The nation of Chavin, which appeared suddenly, around 15000 BCE or Earlier was the site of the last stand of the Mayan refugees, the descendants of Black Africans whom Thoth-Ningishzidda imported to Mexico and Central America to administer the mining operations.  The “gods” and “engineers” depicted at Chavin were “Africans–negroid, Egyptian-Nubian.  They left portraits.  Engineers were shown holding a tool associated with waterworks.” [Lost Realms: 190]

The main city, of Chavin–Chavin De Huantar–probably a ceremonial center– sits  “at an elevation of 10,000 feet in the Cordillera Blanca range of the northwestern Andes of northern Peru between the coast and the Amazon basin.Chavin 3Chavin chart2 

There in a mountain valley where tributaries of the Maranon River form a triangle, an area of 300,000 square feet was flattened and terraced for complex structures precisely laid out.

Buildings and plazas form precise rectangulars and squares aligned with east-west as the major axis.”  The builders “ingeniously used the two levels of the tributaries to create a flow for panning gold.  The site once held ultramodern machinery. 

“Excavations revealed a network of subterranean tunnels made out of native rock; they honeycombed the entire site and connected several underground compartments arranged in a chainlike manner. The openings of the tunnels connect the two rivers that flank the site, one above it (due to mountainous terrain) and the other in the valley below it. ”  Adad “used the two levels of the tributaries to create a powerful, controlled flow of water for panning gold.” [Lost Realms: 189]


The site yielded artifacts with motifs from Ninishzidda’s Mayans as they retreated south –jaguars, condors, entwined fangs–Egyptian motifs–the Eye of Marduk/Ra, serpents, pyramids–Mesopotamian motifs–winged disks, Anunnaki headdresses, and trophy statues of Sumerians in pain– and portraits of black African Olmecs holding mining tools.

Adad at Chavin

Adad at Chavin2

Figure on top's bearded, not Native American. Lower left--an Olmec; Lower right, a "giant" with a weapon or tool. (Lost Realms: 192]

Figure on top’s bearded, not Native American. Lower left–an Olmec; Lower right, a “giant” with a weapon or tool. (Lost Realms: 192]

A nearby site Peruvian site shows Gilgamesh of Uruk, Sumer, in Mesopotamia, wrestling two lions–good evidence of the same people inhabited both places.

Gilgamesh at Chavin

The Sumerian trophy statues show straight-nosed Indo-European men from “Asia Minor, Elam and the Indus Valley, the “giants” with metal tools–perhaps part of two invasions, one by Naymlap who landed  at La Plata Island and Equador. Inca histories say Adad and his Sumerian assistants massacred these newcomers.

 The three main buildings rose from terraces that elevated them and leaned them against forty-foot high outer western wall that ran 500 feet and encompassed the complex on three sides and left the site open to the river on the east side.

The southeast corner building– the site’s largest (240 x 250 feet in area)–rose three stories made of smooth-faced incised masonry stone blocks.  “From a terrace on the east a monumental stone stairway led to a gate up to the main building.” Two cylindrical columns flanked the gate.  “Adjoining vertical stone blocks supported a thirty-foot horizontal lintel made of a single monolith.  A double stairway led to towers atop the building. 

Steps led from the eastern terrace at Chavin De Huantar to a sunken plaza surrounded on three sides by rectangular platrorms. A large flat boulder with seven grind holes and a rectangular niche stood “Outside the southwestern corner of the sunken plaza.”

The three buildings featured corridors and inside maze-like passages, connecting galleries rooms and staircased faced with decorated stone slabs.  The stone slabs that roofed the passages set to support the buildings.

The Tello Obelisk

This monolith in the main building engraved Chavin’s tales of  figures  with “human bodies and faces with feline hands, fangs or with wings” as well as animals, birds, trees, gods emitting rocketlike rays, and geometric designs.”
Tello disk 2Tello a

The Raimondi Monolith  

A seven-foot carved stone on the southwestern edge of the sunken plaza, probably Adad-Teshub with his thunderbolt and his cult animal, the bull of his grandfather,  Yahweh-Enlil.  Bulls were absent from South America; the Bull on the Raimondi monolith and its presence here confirms that Adad ruled here.

El Lanzon

El LanzoneRamondi 3

This stone column, enscribed with Adad’s bull, in the Chavin De Huacar’s middle building sticks through a hole in the floor above it.  [Lost Realms: 184 – 196]


Paracus Bay

 Behold the feet-deep ’Candelabra’ in nearby Bay of Paracas, Peru, symbol of Adad-Viracocha, the Great God of South America.

Candelabra, Adad/Viracocha's trademark, Bay of Paracas, PeruCandelabra, Adad/Viracocha’s trademark, Bay of Paracas, Peru

Olmec heads wore ballplayers’ helmets

Peoples from Mexico’s North overthrew their Mayan rulers.  The Maya abandoned their cities, the northen ones first, then the southern ones.  Surviving Maya migrated their through Central America,  to northwestern Peru, where the civilization complex of Black rulers with Sumerian-looking associates with metal instruments settled the whole west coast of Peru, moved inland into the mountains, and spread the high civilization of Chavin over the area. 

Adad-Viracocha’s armies from Tiahuancu attacked the Olmecs and Semites, killed them, and destroyed their sites over a period of several centuries.

“After 1,000 years in the northern Andes and 2,000 years in Mesoamerica, the African-Semitic presence came to a tragic end.” At Chavin, archaeologists found sculpted heads of clay that represented [bearded] Semites which displayed “grotesque grimaces or mutilations, stuck as trophies in the site’s surrounding walls.  Depictions of mutilated negroid bodies are found in the whole Chavin area.”  [Lost Realms: 193]

The nation of Chavin, which appeared suddenly, around 15000 BCE or Earlier was the site of the last stand of the Mayan refugees, the descendants of Black Africans whom Thoth-Ningishzidda imported to Mexico and Central America to administer the mining operations.  The “gods” and “engineers” depicted at Chavin were “Africans–negroid, Egyptian-Nubian.  They left portraits.  Engineers were shown holding a tool associated with waterworks.” [Lost Realms: 190]


Giant Humans, the Anunnaki from the planet Nibiru, bred, blessed, cursed and challenged us.

They came for gold to rocket back to Nibiru, powder, and float into their atmosphere to shield it from temperature extremes and radiation.

We exist because they grafted Homo erectus genes into their genome.

They gave us computers, rockets, submarines, free electricity, longevity treatment, and gene spicing. We imitated the technology we saw them use.

They gave us literacy, physics, laws, math, cosmology, astronomy, biology, medicine, metallurgy, brick-making, music, instruments, architecture, geology, cities, schools, canals, ships, cartography, and contracts. They gave savants advanced knowledge to share with us now.

But they trained us to compete and hurt rivals, made us slave in armies, homes, and jobs.  They imprinted dominator-consciousness on us.

The Anunnaki shortened our lives, imprinted us to obsess on status and greed, and inflicted royals, religions, racism, sexism, slavery, taxes, gold lust, debt, murder, war, propaganda, and ignorance on us.

Nibiran King Anu ignored the treaty his predecessor signed that designated Marduk (Satan) A Nibiru’s next ruler.

Marduk ran Earth until a new Nibiran King (Nannar) sent agents to Earth to wrest it from him.

The Anunnaki now promise peace, free energy, and quantum computing. They hype harmony, urge understanding, emphasize empathy, and advocate disclosure.

They returned to Earth to dawn Prince Enki’s (Aquarian) Age.  In the Age of Aquarius, they say, we and they embrace individuality and unity. 

Together, Earthling and Anunnaki, they say, we end the god-spell, the nation-bane, and the materialist-compulsion.  Ancestor-race and Descendant Race, we drop the master-slave curse, the god-devotee hypnosis.  The boss-worker hex, and lord-tenant model the Anunnaki imposed on us is annulled and we live happily ever after. 

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