Professor Wheatley viewed the long-headed skull of the Anunnaki-hybrid Princess of Lagash, Sumer in the British Museum. She presents evidence Long-headed short-stature deluge survivors populated British Isles, Ireland & Northern Europe before taller round-headed folk took over.
Ancient British Neolithic people had long skulls. Dr. Wheatley discovered a long-skulled High Queen of Stonehenge in the vaults of Cambridge University which had not been seen since the 1930s. Further research revealed that the actual skull shape influenced prehistoric megalithic designs. The early elongated skulled civilization constructed long barrows and elongated shaped Cursus monuments and the later round skulled Bronze Age (Beaker) culture only constructed round barrows, round towers, and round stone circles.
Dr. Wheatley is a second-generation dowser who was taught by European Master Dowers, her late father, and Chinese geomants. Maria is a leading authority on geodetic earth energies, ley lines, and stone circles. Maria is an accomplished author of books on sacred sites and dowsing. She has continued her late father’s dowsing research into the esoteric design canons of prehistoric sites, Druidic ceremonial enclosures and the Knights Templar’s churches and cathedrals.
Maria actually viewed the long-headed skull of the Anunnaki-hybrid Princess of Lagash, Sumer that Professor Wooley discovered near Ur, in Iraq in the British Museum
Robert Sepehr writes:
British archaeologist Leonard Woolley discovered the tomb of Puabi, which was excavated by his team at the “Royal Cemetery of Ur” between 1922 and 1934. Puabi’s tomb was clearly unique among the other excavations; not only because of the large amount of high quality and well-preserved grave goods, but also because her tomb had been untouched by looters through the millennia. The forensic examination of her remains, undertaken by London’s Natural History Museum, indicates that she was roughly 40 years old when she died and stood just under five feet tall.
Her name and title are known from the inscription on one of three cylinder seals found on her person. She is most commonly identified by the title “nin” or “eresh”, a Sumerian word which can denote a queen or a priestess. Today the common name used is Puabi, which in Akkadian means “Word of my father”. In early Mesopotamia, women, even elite women, were generally described in relation to their husbands. For example, the inscription on the cylinder seal of the wife of the ruler of the city-state of Lagash (to the east of Ur) reads “Bara-namtara, wife of Lugal-anda, ruler of the city-state of Lagash.” The fact that Puabi is identified without the mention of her husband may indicate that she was queen in her own right. If so, she probably reigned prior to the time of the First Dynasty of Ur, whose first ruler is known from the Sumerian King List as Mesannepada.
The cemetary was originally dug outside the walls of the city of Ur, and were built over by the walls of Nebuchadnezzar’s larger city about 2,000 years later. Some 1,840 burials were found, dating to around 2600 BC. They ranged from simple burials to elaborate ones in domed tombs reached by descending ramps. Sixteen of the early burials Woolley called ‘Royal Graves’ because of the rich grave-goods, the presence of burial chambers, and the bodies of the attendants who had apparently been sacrificed.
|This photograph gives some idea of the depth to which some of the tombs of Ur were buried.|
|Female attendants of the Queen found in the Great Death Pit.|
The youtube below identifies Princess Puabi as a probable Anunnaki-Earthling Hybrid related to the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten.
Dr. Wheatley actually viewed the long-headed skull of the Anunnaki-hybrid Princess of Lagash, Sumer that Professor Wooley discovered near Ur, in Iraq in the British Museum
The youtube identifies Princess Puabi as a probable Anunnaki-Earthling Hybrid related to the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten.
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