Found: King Anunnaki body, 12,000 years old and completely intact

The exceptional discovery: the body of King Anunnaki for 12,000 years completely intact

Found: King Anunnaki body, 12,000 years old and completely intact

This discovery is done completely by chance in the spring of 2008, and if we know happened is no doubt thanks to the Russian media, and television premsa. This occurs in Kurdistan, Iran, a country rather closed to the world, at least in the Western world, but it has good relations with Russia.

Although hidden until today, 2015, we managed to know by what has published the Russian press (thanks Google Translator), that the discovery occurs in a work, when digging the ground to make the foundations of a house. Then appear a mausoleum containing three coffins, and after more concise excavations, a layer of ground containing the remains of an ancient civilization and the ruins of a city

By the stratum in which it was found, but also thanks to the artifacts found inside, archaeologists determined that the monument and the city were built Sometime between 10 000 and 12 000 years old, a date quickly reviewed by the Islamic authorities after publication of the finding in the Russian press, the Iranian authorities publicly said that the ruins had a 850 years old, which obviously does not correspond to the facts and is, again, an official lie.

Of the three sarcophagi found in the mausoleum, we only have video evidence of the first two. We know nothing of the third, or their content, or who was inside.


The exceptional discovery: the body of King Anunnaki for 12,000 years completely intact

 part 2

As can be seen, it is very difficult from the video to determine the height of the individual, which does not seem to be a giant, even if it seems to be very high. Wearing a crown, suggesting that it was the sovereign of the city, and was buried, as we shall see later, with his wizard, which makes me conclude that in the third sarcophagus should have his wife Queen. There are gold coins placed on the eyes of the king, which is a well-attested habit of antiquity: first thrust to the official lie that the ruins are the twelfth century. We observe Caucasian features, but copper skin: the individual second sarcophagus shares these same characteristics. We leading gold ornaments with precious stones guess but I find strange.

These ornaments carry a cuneiform that I can not identify but which has been translated, since, as we shall see later, give us the name of the second man found in the second sarcophagus and how his profession magician. The royal sarcophagus seem to be lined with gold or a metal that looks like him, and
near the monarch can see a golden chest encrusted with strange gems, the
same as those found adorning the king, I say strange because I seem to be luminescent.
Let’s now turn to the content of the second sarcophagus, which itself contains a giant:
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2 responses

  1. Gerald Clark says:

    I watched all the videos from the article and the videos from the YouTube host that is linked. Question is whether it is real? Would like to have more context to make an assessment like exact location, dating process, where the bodies are being held now, their measurements, DNA samples, etc. I would fly to Iran to see this firsthand. The reason being is that one of the bodies appears to be Ahura Mazda (an Enki avatar). The statues and mixed cultural artifacts is astounding. I will be spending time decoding the cuneiform on some of these to try to get more details.

  2. Damon says:

    What I didn’t enjoy about the videos is that some statements are accompanied by images of ancient structures that have absolutely nothing to do with the narration. For example, there is a photograph of two statues from Teotihuacan, Mexico and an image of a reconstruction of the facade of the Temple of Quetzalcoatl taken at the Museum of Anthroplogy in Mexico City while the narrator talks about the city of Tihuanaco located near Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. It’s either shoddy reporting or intentionally misleading.

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