by Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)
4.6 billion years ago, when Tiamat–the proto-Earth–orbited Solaris beyond Mars, Tiamat’s moon, Kingu, almost attained solar orbit. But 600 million years later, Nibiru entered the inner Solar System. Nibiru’s moon, Evil Wind, hit Tiamat into orbit within Mars’and left Kingu circling Earth.
Our Pioneer and Voyager probes sent back evidence Kingu formed from Tiamat, the planet that became Earth. Tiamat, then beyond Mars, generated Kingu.
Glassy material with nickel in the Moon’s rocks validate the likelihood that a moon of Nibiru impacted Kingu 500 million years after Kingu grew into a Tiamat’s satellite, when Kingu had almost attained planetary orbit around the Sun. “Tiamat was split in two; one half shattered [and became the asteroids]; the other half, accompanied by Kingu, thrust into a new orbit to become the Earth and its moon.” [Wood, J., 1984, The Origin of The Moon; ZS, 1990, Genesis: 107 – 131]
The collision depleted most of Kingu’s iron, “resulting in decrease in its density. The mass of the Moon’s core “bears the mark of the ‘big whack’ compressed the moon, just as the Sumerians related. Contrary to views the moon was always inert, it was found in the 1970s and 1980s to possess all attributes of a planet except independent orbit around the Sun: rugged mountains, plains and seas formed by water [or] molten lava. It retained a magnetic field caused by rotation of a molton iron core, heat and water, astrue of Earth and other planets” until the Evil Wind struck it.
“The Moon witnesses the accuracy of ancient knowledge.” Nibirans, who ruled the Sumerians, knew the Moon’s history long before our scientists did.
Excerpt from Dr. Lessin’s homemade book, “Anunnaki: Gods No More”, available at firstname.lastname@example.org