January 28, 2015
Eventually, a decision was made to colonize the earth during the Pleistocene Epoch in two stages, the glaciation and inter-glacial periods. This period is remarkable not just for the alternation of warm and cold phases but for the scale and rapidity of the changes. There were at least 20 glacial/inter-glacial cycles during the Pleistocene.
During an inter-glacial period Mesopotamia was the first area to be colonized. Mesopotamia was located between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, where modern-day Iraq is. In this area the Anunnaki placer mined for gold. Over time placer mining for gold would no longer produce the amount of gold that was needed to repair the atmosphere on Nibiru.
Gold surveys indicated that there was a large gold deposit in South Africa. This gold deposit would have to be mined. Mining for gold unlike placer mining is labor intensive and dangerous. It was just a matter of time before the Anunnaki miners would stage a revolt concerning their working conditions. After a period of deliberation the Anunnaki scientists came up with a plan to create a cheap labor force. This time around they would not create an exact copy of themselves. They would create an inferior copy.
During the middle of the Miocene Epoch a good candidate for genetic bio-engineering was Homo Heidelbergensis. When they would go out into the country to evaluate potential candidates they observed that these hominoid apes had a telepathic connection with the animals in their environment. Evolution was giving these creatures something that the Anunnaki did not want them to have. It has been hypothesized that the genetic evolution of Homo heidelbergensis was accelerated.
The Anunnaki did not have enough time to allow the normal course of punctuated equilibrium to propel Homo heidelbergensis to the next evolutionary level. One has to wonder what kind of gene editing technique’s they used. Did they use GEEN (genome editing with engineered nucleases) or the CRISPR-Cas system (Clustered regularly-interspaced short palindromic repeats) to hasten the evolutionary process? The accelerated evolution of Homo Heidelbergensis produced Homo Neanderthalensis. This is what the Anunnaki desired, a strong earthly brute with minimal intelligence that would serve as the template for their genetic bio-engineering.
Their plan was to genetically modify a female Homo Neanderthalensis hominoid and fertilize her with the sperm of a male Anunnaki. After the evaluation process, it was decided that Homo Neanderthalensis would be the candidate that would be genetically modified to create a new labor force. The Anunnaki have 46 chromosomes and the Neanderthals have 48 chromosomes. There would have to be a reduction of 2 chromosomes in the female Neanderthal’s genome in order for the Anunnaki to crossbreed with them.
What is peculiar about human chromosome 2 is that it is a fusion of ape chromosomes 12 and 13 with most of the same genes. The telomeres (protects the end of the chromosome from deterioration or from fusion with neighboring chromosomes) from ape chromosomes 12 and 13 were bio-chemically severed. Once the telomeres were severed chromosomes 12 and 13 could now be fused. This is how female Neanderthals were genetically altered to accept Anunnaki DNA. So far there have been no other examples in nature where a mutation has caused the fusion of two chromosomes. The only successful fusion of two chromosomes has been performed in a controlled laboratory environment.
The successful fusion of chromosomes 12 and 13 did not guarantee immediate success. According to Sitchin, the Anunnaki’s initial attempts were considered failures. Genetically engineered males had bladder control issues, multiple eye diseases, trembling hands, liver dysfunction and heart disease. The first genetically engineered women could not bear children. There were beings that had neither male nor female organs. Other genetically engineered beings suffered from accelerated aging.
Zecharia Sitchin’s first book was titled The 12th Planet. In the beginning of the book he is quoted as saying “it was as if unseen coach, watching the faltering human game, dispatched to the field a fresh and better-trained team to take over from the exhausted one.” It is quite conceivable that the Anunnaki created two versions of Homo sapiens. In the first version, Homo sapiens (1.0) the L-gulono-γ-lactone oxidase was deactivated at the forth or last biochemical pathway in the biochemical synthesis of ascorbic acid. Current research has shown that this last pathway only affects the synthesis of ascorbic acid and no other biochemical reactions.
During the Upper Paleolithic period in the Pleistocene Epoch was when success was finally achieved in creating Homo Sapiens 1.0 The union between genetically modified Neanderthal females and the Anunnaki males via artificial insemination was now consistently producing viable offspring. The original problems with the phenotypical traits were now under control. The union between a genetically modified creature of the earth and an extra-biological entity produced the first Homo Sapiens 1.0. Anthropologists refer to these first humans as Cro Magnon’s. Homo sapiens can be considered a hybrid.
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