Human beings are the subject of a specific phenomenology which belongs to them only, and whose origin raises crucial questions when considered in the context of their habitat, of the entire planet Earth, and in the larger scenario of the physical universe.
From the phenomenological point of view, the uniqueness and the emergence of the Human race become visible in many ways.
The uniqueness of Human beings emerges clearly from their capacity to produce culture and, especially, from their religious dimension, which has led them to wonder about the meaning of their existence, the freedom and morality of their actions, the beginning and the end of all things.
The study of the reconstruction of the appearance and development of Human beings on Earth through paleoanthropology, biology, ethnology, and the various disciplines connected to them, has long fostered the debate between religion and science.
The debate focused on the confrontation between the biblical tale on the origins of humankind and scientific data.
They evolved after Nibiru entered the solar system and first arrived on Earth probably 450,000 years ago, looking for minerals, especially gold, which they found and mined in Africa.
These gods were the workers of the colonial expedition to Earth from planet Nibiru.
According to Sitchin, ancient inscriptions report that the Human civilization in Sumer, was set up under the guidance of these gods and Human kingship was inaugurated to provide intermediaries between mankind and the Anunnaki.
He believes that fallout from nuclear weapons, used during a war between factions of the extraterrestrials, is the evil wind described in the ‘Lament for Ur’ that destroyed Ur around 2000 BC.
Sitchin says that his research coincides with many biblical texts, and that biblical texts come originally from Sumerian writings.