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Are Alien Android Servants Watching Us?

Updated on August 29, 2011
Grey Alien
Grey Alien
Anunnaki Android
Anunnaki Android

Sumerians and Nibiru

We have heard descriptions of so called aliens or we have probably seen artists’ impressions. The most common of these is called the “grey alien”.

Probably the most detailed records of an alien visit, is that of the ancient Sumerians. According to the translations of these writings the aliens came from a planet named Nibiru (also referred to as planet X), and they called themselves the Anunnaki.

According to these translations by Zecharia Sitchin and Lloyd Pye, the Annunaki told the Sumerians that they had mixed their genes with that of primitive humans which created the modern man. (The Bible says – The Gods made man in their own image and in their likeness).

Nibiru is said to be a planet in our solar system that orbits the Sun in the opposite direction from other planets and has an elliptical orbit that takes it, at its furthest point, 30,000,000,000 miles away from us.

What does this have to do with robots?

The Sumerians had figurines that looked similar to the “grey alien”. However these were not likenesses of the Anunnaki, rather they were the likeness of what the Anunnaki called their “Android Beings”.

The Anunnaki told the Sumerians that these were their helpers who assisting them in driving and other matters and that they were not “alive”.

Is it possible that we are a biological experiment of the Anunnaki? If so, then they would want to keep track of our progress. This would be difficult as their planet slipped away into the far reaches of its orbit. Unless of course, they had androids that they could leave behind, close to Earth, to keep a watch on us.

If this were the case, have the many so called sightings of aliens really been sightings of these robots?

We know that NASA has looked for signs of life on the Moon and Mars but have they looked for signs of android bases?


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