Oppression Slavery Religion

“Then they send me away to teach me how to be sensible,
oh logical, responsible, practical.
And they showed me a world where I could be so dependable,
clinical, oh, intellectual, cynical.” ~ Supertramp

Why oppression?

Why such destruction, suffering, torment, and abuse of people, animals, and planet that despite all activist efforts to eliminate or just to minimize, nothing is improving, things are worsening and not just gradually. Yes, we have our little victories; little changes that spark hope but desperately fail to ignite the Good Flame. Our environment is an ongoing calamity, more and more people suffer at the hands of a few elite while hundreds of billions of animals are confined, tortured and killed each year like never before in the history of the world. Never before has the world known such oppression! Let the reality of that soak in.

Oppression Image Source: Joe Hall – Myrtle Beach Hotels

My theory, a developing supposition and understanding I’ve gathered from the ancient histories, largely on archaeological evidence, and if I may be so bold, somewhat on the visceral. This is not a concise treatise. For brevity, I’ve omitted numerous detail, events, and other relative and interesting information; leaving many questions here unanswered. However, I’m open for and encourage discussion.

As you read this, you’ll see into my mind and you may think I’ve lost it, or find me hopelessly conspiratorial. I’ll take no offense to that, so bizarre this all may seem to the unprepared. But know this, I come from the heart; I have no agenda other than peace and freedom for all beings, and I am under no influences—at least none that I am aware. I do not drink, use drugs, or smoke a thing. I use no medications, no over-the-counter drugs, not an aspirin not a vitamin, nothing. I attend no doctors, except for the rare accident requiring medical attention. I eat only healthy foods that grow from the earth, no animals or animal products. I exercise body and mind regularly, for I feel that physical and mental conditions are interdependent for clear thought and wellbeing.

Now before we set off on this fantastical journey, I must ask of you one favor, a necessary item to help you better appreciate this theory. Reinvigorate your imagination. Please, right now, do that. Release the restraints that imprison you to preformed and constricted concepts. Our greatest weapon in our arsenal of peace and liberation is our imagination. It yields power to visualize and cultivate inspiration to create alternatives. And there are alternatives, much better ways of life, better behavior, and better direction for the future of all. Imagination is the threat they suppress in you to control and direct thought as they see necessary.

Set it free.

Let it run wild.

Now settle in, hold on, here we go.

. . . A long, long time ago from a faraway and little known planet in our solar system, distant astronauts, or aliens if you like, came to earth from the planet Nibiru, today known as Planet X. They came in search of gold, not for jewelry nor for its usefulness in medicine and technology, but for its reflective properties to repair their planet’s damaged atmosphere.

Oppresson - Space
Planetary Nebula Image Source: hubblesite.org

These aliens are not lizard like humanoids, nor are they little and gray with large black reflective eyes, at least not these. Mysteriously not, these look much the same as us. Although they are not superior to us in areas of morality, ethics, and such virtues, their strong points are science, genetics, astronomy, technology, governance, influence, deception, and vice.

But I’m getting ahead of myself.


In 1843, Paul Emile Botta began an archaeological excavation in Mesopotamia, modern day Iraq. Thousands of cuneiform clay tablets written by the ancient Sumerian scribes were unearthed and recently deciphered by the late Zecharia Sitchin. These tablets reveal the Sumerian society and their extended knowledge, the beginnings of civilization, their gods and ours, and the creation of man and woman—stay with me, this may not be what you expect. Some of the tablets have striking similarities to the tales in the bible, somewhat distorted similarities of which not a word was wrote until thousands of years later.

Oppression - Flood Tablet / Deluge Tablet - Image Source Penn Museum
Flood Tablet / Deluge Tablet – Image Source: Penn Museum

The tablets told of the Anunnaki, a word derived from their leader Anu whose sons came to planet earth over 440,000 years ago, they were Enlil and Enki. Enlil the senior of the two had command of their space center at Eridu, the oldest city in the world, while Enki oversaw their gold mining operations in Southern Africa.

As time passed, more Anunnaki arrived to work the South African goldmines.


Some 200,000 years after their arrival, the Anunnaki had long wearied of working the mines themselves. And for this reason, Enki and his son, Ningishzidda, had been experimenting in cloning a worker slave. Their first successful creation, created from Anunnaki DNA and that of Homo erectus and grown from the womb of a female Anunnaki, they named Adamu. They took great care to limit the active DNA in Adamu, thus limiting his knowledge, reasoning, and longevity.

Oppression - The Creation of Adamu
The Creation of Adam, a representation of a Mesopotamian cylinder seal showing the tree of life behind the goddess holding Adam, while others in the lab prepare the DNA mixture.

As an aside, I find it damning evidence that H. erectus sometime soon afterwards vanished, became extinct.

With their success of Adamu they later created a female, intending for the two to produce their own offspring. Here is a translation of Adamu’s creation from the tablets, “Let us create a lulu, a primitive worker, the hardship work to take over . . . By the mark of our essence to fashion him.”

There you have it, the creation of Adam in the image of god himself thousands of years before a single word of the bible was wrote.

And as to the account from the book of Genesis NIV:

1:26 “Let us make man in our image after our likeness. . .”

Note the plurals. Of course, Christians will proudly submit this as evidence for the Trinity. So be it. But further note that in the translations of the bible, the word God was a substitute for the original word Elohim, a grammatically singular or plural noun for god, still used in the Hebrew today. And that substitution was no mere oversight.

To entertain this possibility of our origins, you must be willing to see the flaws of the evolutionary theory. To me, the most obvious and of which I am unable to resolve is our evolution itself, the gradual time consuming change within our species. No doubt, there is evidence of the genus Homo: H. habilis, H. ergaster, H. erectus, and H. such and such. But where is the gradation? It’s absent. The various Homo were here, and then they were extinct with another in its place, sometimes overlapping the previous, but never any gradations. Were they all previous experiments of Enki that the Anunnaki later eliminated as their genetic research developed? I don’t know, but the premise is plausible since Adamu was the first of all their experiments to make human vocals, “He slapped the newborn on its hindparts, the newborn uttered proper sounds.” And of course, the ability and comprehension for proper sounds are a necessity for any slave.

Oppression - Evolution

To be clear on evolution, I do believe in the development of our minds, our thinking and reasoning processes—perhaps even the evolution of our DNA and brain over time, but that is not evolution in the Darwinism sense. As to the suggestion that all life evolved from space, from sea—that may well be, there is strong evidence and I’ll not contradict that, but not us, we are clearly the distinct species on this planet as compared to all its other creatures.

And I don’t mean that in a nice way.

I hold a suspicion that many freethinking intelligent people embrace Darwinism as the only alternative to religious creationism. There is this other possibility once you travel beyond accepted norms.

Fact is the evidence of our Anunnaki creators speaks volumes.

Thousands of volumes, libraries full of bounded clay tablets, painstakingly composed.

And why?

Why would the Sumerian scribes go through such trouble to describe in detail the Anunnaki, their technology, their medical comprehension, their astronomic and scientific knowledge and abilities such as DNA splicing, some of the many things our scientist and astronomers have only recently discovered?

To create fable?

I doubt it.

The Anunnaki, legitimate UFO sightings, the Sumerian, Egyptian, and other ancient civilizations around the globe, their wonders, relics, artifacts, and recorded histories, have by design and deliberation, been discredited, and reduced to science fiction, pseudoscience, and mythology.

But is it?


Oppression - Power to the People
Power to the People

Anunnaki slaves were a grand development—for the Anunnaki. But the problem of a slave rebellion grew. The thought processes of their slaves were evolving, as ours do to more awareness of corporate-capitalistic-governmental-military oppression and manipulation. The endless wars, the injection of opinion and forming of beliefs through government approved education, media, corporate advertisement, and religion.

And while on the subject of manipulation, I shall take a brief moment to express another form of physiological manipulation:

The brutality of killing and eating of earth’s traumatized innocent creatures has an influence, direct and dark, one consequence of which is desensitizing, leading to the acceptance of violence and oppression, to the animals, to our own species, to the earth. The gods, meaning the Anunnaki and their elite, know that as long as we accept violence in any form, there is no violence unacceptable. It is simply as simple as that.

But there’s another force involved in keeping us eating government subsidized animal agriculture cheap and tortured animals. Those who profit most from the adverse health effects caused by an unhealthy meat and dairy diet, those with vested interests in cancer, heart disease, obesity, and a range of other ailments that plague humanity, those are the medical, pharmaceutical, research institutes, and insurance cartels.

Now back to the Anunnaki.

Crafty as these intelligent bastards are, they couldn’t keep their creation for wanting better than slave’s existence, although they’ve done an outstanding job of evolving free world slavery to such that only a few are aware of their servitude.

And how would you think the Anunnaki kept their slaves obedient?

The same time proven method they use today, nothing’s changed.

They instill a sense of fear and loyalty and reverence, the threat of punishment for disobedience, the reward for conformity. And, as the time when the Anunnaki gods lived and walked among man, they gave to their closest minions the promise of eternal life. I don’t believe they fulfilled their promises, nonetheless the promise lives eternal.

The Anunnaki lifespan has shown to be several thousand years, however immortal they are not, as the tablets reveal they too are subject to death; although there were some resurrected from the dead—by technology not by beseeching fantastical godly miracles. From the translations we see one particular device sounds much like a defibrillator, “From her pouch she took out the Pulser; upon Anzu’s heart pulsing she directed . . . she took out the Emitter its crystals’ life giving emissions on his body she directed.”  The Anunnaki Ninmah rose Anzu from the dead using Anunnaki medical technology. Is this some of the same wizardry that Jesus, an unwitting decoy of the Anunnaki, used to raise Lazarus from the dead? If there were any truth to his legend and miracles, I’d say so.


Oppression - Religion

As time passed, the “gods and goddesses,” as the Sumerians referred to their Anunnaki masters, metamorphosed into this one great, irritable, patient, rewarding, punishing, merciful, vengeful, loving, murderous, dictator. This one god theory grew from the maddened desire of Marduk, a son of Enki, to be supreme leader, the one and only god of the people, which he eventually became.

Religious devotion is the prime cause of our divide, giving compliance and support to oppression. It is the bane of humanity, pitting man against man and man against creature and creation. It is the fuel of war. The expression of our distress, as Karl Marx said, “Religious distress is at the same time the expression of real distress and the protest against real distress. Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, just as it is the spirit of a spiritless situation. It is the opium of the people. The abolition of religion as the illusory happiness of the people is required for their real happiness. The demand to give up the illusion about its condition is the demand to give up a condition which needs illusions.”

Religions instill a sense of elitism, false security, and all share a common theme of fear, punishment, obedience, and the reward of compliance: Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, Shinto, Confucianism, Taoism. While Buddhism teaches cause and effect (Karma), it is not a religion; it is a way of life, although there are cultures that have mired it in religion.

Of all the religions, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and Hinduism are by far the most frightening (perhaps in that order). Christianity remains only moderately less so and only then for the love and forgiveness taught by Jesus, which Christians overwhelmingly ignore.

In all likelihood, not all religious people are violent or lack compassion, it may well be that they simply need something to counter the madness, or they’ve chosen to remain unaware—to swim with the current is the easy and accepted path. Whatever their reasons, one thing is indisputable; the examples set forth by their holy books do nothing but instigate and legitimize hatred, violence, war, killing and genocide while assuring rewards for obedience and subservience. But by no means take my word for it, take time to objectively and dispassionately read the Bible and Koran and decide for yourself.

Cover to cover murder, genocide, oppression, and examples of lunacy of which I’ll mention one involving Abraham. The father of the three dominate religions Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. I’ve chosen this tale because it has the distinction of being the epitome of biblical obedient insanity.

Abraham, the first patriarch of Israel, was he the obedient and loyal servant of a loving merciful god, or deranged sycophantic psychopath and servant of the calculating Anunnaki?

As told in the book of Genesis NIV:

22:1 Sometime later God tested Abraham. He said to him, “Abraham!”

“Here I am,” he replied.

22:2 Then God said, “Take your son, your only son, whom you love—Isaac—and go to the region of Moriah. Sacrifice him there as a burnt offering on a mountain I will show you.”

. . .

22:9 When they reached the place God had told him about, Abraham built an altar there and arranged the wood on it. He bound his son Isaac and laid him on the altar, on top of the wood.

22:10 Then he reached out his hand and took the knife to slay his son.

22:11 But the angel of the Lord called out to him from heaven, “Abraham! Abraham!”

“Here I am,” he replied.

22:12 “Do not lay a hand on the boy,” he said. “Do not do anything to him. Now I know that you fear God, because you have not withheld from me your son, your only son.”

Oppression - Sacrifice of Isaac
Sacrifice of Isaac Image Source: Wikipedia.org

So then . . . it was fear motivated Abraham to brutally murder his son, dispose of the body by fire far from prying eyes. But what is even more disturbing and more important to realize than his willingness to murder his son, ‘whom he love’, is the admiration held for this psychopath by believers today—and the demoralizing example of unwavering obedience to perverted authority.

But fear wasn’t Abraham’s only motivation. Oh no, not at all, like leaders and elite of today, so was power and wealth.

Again from the book of Genesis NIV:

12:2 “I will make you into a great nation, and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing.

12:3 I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you.”

12:4 So Abram went, as the Lord had told him; and Lot went with him. Abram was seventy-five years old when he set out from Harran.

12:5 He took his wife Sarai, his nephew Lot, all the possessions they had accumulated and the people [slaves] they had acquired in Harran, and they set out for the land of Canaan, and they arrived there.

. . .

13:2 Abram had become very wealthy in livestock and in silver and gold.

. . .

13:5 Now Lot, who was moving about with Abram, also had flocks and herds and tents.

13:6 But the land could not support them while they stayed together, for their possessions were so great that they were not able to stay together.

Now back to my opening question, why oppression?

Bluntly put, we are a slave species, created as such from the DNA of an advanced albeit despicable and oppressive species. And slaves, though there are many levels of slavery, can have no existence other than one of oppression.


If you haven’t yet realized your own servitude in this capitalistic, socialistic, communistic, democratic or whatever type of society under government you find yourself, might I suggest a moment of mental imagery?

Oppression - Slavery
Slavery Image Source: Wikipedia.org

Imagine you are free, in true anarchist form, living peacefully outside of the corporate materialistic world on your own environmental sound self-sufficient plot of land, you, your family, and friends have come together to share and help each other live in harmony with the earth and its creatures. It’s a pleasant existence, enjoyed in a charming and pleasing corner of the country. The work of survival is hard but enjoyable and rewarding; you’re earning for yourselves not someone else, not surrendering the fruits of your labors to an oppressive force. You enjoy nights together sitting around the campfire, snugly wrapped in a blanket, talking, laughing, while you gaze dreamily at stars in the universe the melody of a nearby babbling brook softly relaxes you, that and your cup of homemade red wine. You have no need or want of government and all is well until they demand your land, or the tax collector and his entourage of militarized police arrive in the morning with due-on-receipt bill in hand. Of course, you’ve long forsaken the enslavement of the privately held Federal Reserve Bank notes. And so you have become of no use to their system, you’re dead weight. How long do you imagine they’ll allow you to remain on your property?

At a governmental whim, all you have will belong to the state, and they may even incarcerate you, perhaps on trumped up charges, yes they probably will.

Okay, I get it. You say we all have to work together and have government for necessary protection and services. Not really, it’s a myth, and not unlike religion, is an institution of slavery. But aside from that, we pretend to be happy, patriotic, dedicated, productive, tax paying citizens contributing our share, right? Of course, that is exactly what we do, while our standard of living decreases, our stress and frustration increases, our freedoms evaporate and they keep a heavy-handed watch over us, while the elite gain more power and wealth beyond imagination, yes far beyond, all at the cost of innocent blood, human and animal. At the sweat of our labors, the elite have private islands, not one but a few; mansions on a hilltop wherever they like; private jets, at private airports; exotic cars filling fifty-car garages; yachts in harbors around the globe, and their list of luxury, leisure, opulence, and oppression has no satisfaction. And we, we must remain content, law abiding, under surveillance, straddled with burgeoning taxation, fines, fees, fares, permits, penalties, licensing, tolls, et cetera and a daily monotonous unrewarding grind of early to bed and early to rise taking pleasures in the trivialities and the divide-and-conquer entertainment that consume us and makes them filthy-fucking-rich and powerful, all while we look forward to a retirement we hope they don’t rob from us. But they will, they already have in many cases. Then we die, not living a single moment for ourselves, only suffering from the illusion of having lived our life according to our own desire, making our own choices.

Sodom and Gomorrah

The tale of Sodom and Gomorrah and its allied cities is not one of immoral sexual behavior, don’t be naïve; consenting adults cannot have immoral sexual behavior. No, this as the tablets tell us, is a tale of a rebellion; and while it was instigated by Marduk for his own purpose of global control, the Anunnaki quelled it—with the assistance of Abraham and his snitch, Lot the nephew feeding them information from within Sodom city limits.

Oppression - The Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah
The Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah Image Source: Wikipedia.org

Using seven of their powerful and nuclear weapons to rain genocide on the inhabitants, the Anunnaki Nergal gave names to the weapons used according to their destructive power, “One Without Rival, Blazing Flame, One Who With Terror Crumbles, Mountain Melter, Wind That the Rim of the World Seeks, One Who Above and Below No One Spares, and Vaporizer of All Living Things.” And of the destruction the tablets tell, “the mount’s innards in an instant it melted . . .The rocks into a gushing wound were made . . . The Earth shook and crumbled, the heavens after the brilliance were darkened . . . Of all the forests, only tree stems were left standing.” 

Jericho is another biblical example of genocide ordered by the all-loving god Jehovah, using the pretense of wickedness. Yet even the children and animals they slaughtered.

Joshua NIV:

6:21 They devoted the city to the Lord and destroyed with the sword every living thing in it—men and women, young and old, cattle, sheep and donkeys.

The Black Death of the 1300’s, while not a biblical tale, is another such genocidal event, not by rats and fleas spreading disease, as they’d have you believe, but rather of a “foul smelling mist” accompanied by “bright lights in the sky.” For more refer to, The Gods of Eden, by William Bramley.

This, you see, is the willingness of the Anunnaki and their ruling elite to rain death on resistance.

Because these and other events happened far out in the distance of our lifetime, it’s difficult for most people to take any of it seriously; to consider the possibility of some of the same happening to them in today’s world, particularly in the U.S.

But other parts of the world know well that genocide and mass murder by foul underhanded means are contemporary occurrences.

Then what can we do?

The reality is—from every realistic viewpoint—they overpower us in all ways, and we can do nothing of significance divided as we stand. Our disunity is their power and lifeblood; stop it, you stop them. However, they are experts in the use of divisional warfare. Speciesism, racism, xenophobia, homophobia, traditions, cultures, prejudice, hate, and loyalty to competing gods and governments are all doctrines of the elite. And we, ourselves have taken our lessons well from the gods, with our myopic compartmentalized calls for justice and equal rights; thus instilling contempt within ourselves, one group toward the other. Oh how the elite must guffaw with such arrogant self-assured smirks as they raise a glass of their finest champagne to the disunity they’ve sown within their programmable societies.

Then there are those amassed among us, the stagnate majority, who are disinterested in promoting peace and freedom, oh they may admire it from the cozy comfort of their living room, munching buttered popcorn, sucking down diet soda, watching with admiration and envy hero thrillers on their wide screen TVs, but they fester in servitude and compliance, suffering from an incapacitating and incurable normalcy bias—thus satisfied with their pathetic existence. It is just as the authors of the Declaration of Independence had wrote, “. . . mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, that to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed.

This is not to say the activist should abandon their resistance and awareness campaigns and let be what may be. But at the same time, we can only expect minute gains and thus delay the inevitable. The inevitable may well be our annihilation should we begin to pose serious threat to any faction of the status quo; or we may find our demise brought on as action against our burgeoning and out-of-control population growth by the deliberate spread of a U.S. Army patented virus, or a culling by the elite’s crafty marketing of war between superpowers, for which the patriotic masses will eagerly and proudly send their sons and daughters off to die for.

But then again, who knows? We may someday win out. When all species will reign alongside truth and justice, and all shall bask in the light of right to life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

Though victory will struggle to come about by voting or by praying, this is just what they’d have you believe to keep you submissive. Don’t believe it. It’s a swindle of monumental purport. It is futile and sadly humorous that people rely on prayers to god and votes to government in hopes to lessen the oppression in the world when god and government are the oppressors. If you take nothing else from this treatise understand this, participation in a system of oppression affirms, reinforces, and nourishes the system, it doesn’t lessen it.

And this is not the only affirmation of oppression we willfully join in. As long as we oppress any sentient being, how can we in any deep and sincere reflection of ourselves expect anything less than oppression in return? I’d like you to think about that, and not just for a moment. This is not, nor has it ever been, only about humanity. How can it be? We are dependent on the ecosystem and other life forms; they are not dependent upon us. In fact, the entire planet would flourish without us. If for no one else other than the vegan, the Buddhist should understand. I hope you will too.



36 thoughts on “Oppression Slavery Religion”

  1. I found this very interesting Peter. There’s no reason the above cannot be true, it is as likely as pretty much anything believed at present.

    ‘As long as we oppress any sentient being, how can we in any deep and sincere reflection of ourselves expect anything less than oppression in return? ‘ – Absolutely spot on.

    – sonmicloud


    1. I should also add (I thought I’d be able to on the preface, however there is no comment space I can find there), that some of my favourite bloggers and writers, poets and artists, are those self taught, whilst many who have had the benefit of a full education do not shine at all. Your light is on and beaming out *smiles.

      – sonmicloud


    2. Barring any earth-shaking revelations, I suppose we’ll always carry some doubts and suspicions as to our origins. Although I personally discount any trending and longstanding religious creation theories, I too understand, I could be wrong. Perhaps there isn’t any correct answer and we simply exist in a . . . Matrix?

      Thanks again, sonmicloud.


      1. When I first watched the game, Grand Theft Auto, I suddenly found myself thinking that this universe we abide in, or at least Earth and it’s inhabitants, could quite plausibly be the characters in a game of galactic Grand Theft Auto, or perhaps The Simms is closer to the mark. Whoever is in charge of the gamepad has either no emotional attachments to the characters, or attachment that appears quite irrational, there’s little reason for the evils that go on, the innocent that die, other than it being a pure whim on the part of some alien who is fitting in a few quick games before going for their tea or something.
        ‘Something’ being the key. I think something is going on – I am unlikely to find out what, but I certainly do not subscribe to any religion, I know that much.
        We have some choice mind you, personal choices, and in that respect I believe we should do all we can to make whats left of this planet and its inhabitants safe and happy. (And possibly have a job lot of fools shipped off to the moon as part of the plan hahaha).

        I’m afraid I have jabbered somewhat there. In a nutshell? The answer is 42.

        – sonmicloud


        1. I think you make a valid point, for all we know. I too, as an occasional gamer, have had similar considerations as these, though this, my theory, to me is quite compelling. Whoever is holding the gamepad, if there were such beings, their lack of emotional attachment is difficult to comprehend, for us; our wiring is not akin to theirs. Cursed, we are with a disproportionate quantity of compassion and sensitivity. This I say to another vegan. Are we the vanguard of what’s to come, or the lunatics of society, or just dust in the wind? Dust, I reckon.


          1. We are pioneers. And we shall not be here to see the fruits of our labours bloom. But bloom they shall, though I don’t see it being a universal change by any stretch of the imagination. Dust looks great some days though hmm? 🙂

            – sonmicloud


  2. A very interesting piece of work, Peter, and very well written. One thing is certain, earth is a violent place, period. Other species are always looking out to make sure they are not consumed by another species. Always looking out for predators. The earth quakes, the sky storms, violent coronal mass ejections that, if earth directed, can mess with our electrical brains and affect our behavior. Parasites that control the lives of their host, enslaving them. Living on earth is about survival.

    Your theory is interesting. I agree that we, as a species, cannot thrive in an environment of slavery. The Abrahamic god made women and children slaves, property of men, and that, I believe, is the crux of the problem. Human ownership. Might does not make right. Where this behavior, custom, does not take place or is not as prevalent, you will generally find peaceful countries, better quality of life, far fewer elites and much less income and gender inequality.

    These countries and cultures, according to the World Happiness Report (which also happen to be in the top most peaceful countries) — have a robust combination of higher life expectancy, social support, generosity, freedom to make life choices and lower perceptions of corruption.


    1. Thank you, Victoria. The creature predators, I refer to as beneficial predators for reasons you know well. Man, I call an insane predator, this too for reasons you know well. And while living on earth is about survival it doesn’t have to be, in my opinion, nor should it be about cruelty and violence. We may never be able to obtain a Utopian existence, but I wish we weren’t heading full speed and headlong toward the opposite.

      I find your knowledge of the brain fascinating and necessary of serious consideration, worthy pieces of life’s puzzle. How can any sincere quest to know be otherwise? I’ve read some on parasites that control their host, that in part was the reason of my disclaimer of being under no influence that I am aware. If there are parasitic riders who control some or all humans, their effectiveness regulates on being unknown to their host. In fact, or not in fact actually, an assumption rather, is that they may project false images and reasoning, even to those considered learned.

      I find it interesting that the report mentioned says that many of the happiest countries are in Scandinavia, home of the blond hair blue eyed people. The tablets describe the Anunnaki as blue eyes, blond hair, and white skin; I take it as white as paper. And they preferred cooler climates. I’m not suggesting that Scandinavians are pure blood Anunnaki, only that we are all, according to my theory, decedents of Anunnaki and Homo erectus, and further mixtures of that, some having more Anunnaki traits than others do. The darker complexions having the least, and they the most oppressed of all people, both here in the USA, India, Africa, and other third world countries.


  3. Masterfully argued, Peter, and compelling. Your well-supported theory is entirely plausible. Yet if one “slave race” is possible, I wonder if other lineages are possible as well, lineages based on love, compassion, and awareness of an interwoven connection of all creation? I can’t discount other possibilities based on my own “real”, albeit humble, experiences.


    1. Oh Carol, that is so well said of the other lineages, it must be so, and how I neglected to cover that in this theory. Enki, was benevolent to his creation, though he intended them to work as slaves in the goldmines, it was he who taught them and desired them higher knowledge, whereas his brother Enlil was opposed to the concept from the beginning and held the slaves in contempt.

      I like your interwoven connection of all creation; it has a spiritual flare to it. Although I’m nearly void of spirituality—no, cautious in this area would be a better description, I do hold a hope of some sort of spiritual culmination. If not for me, where when I’m dead and that is it, I’m good with that, but at least for the innocent to have their suffering compensated would be grand.

      On what I believe a related note, and though in itself doesn’t prove a thing—unless the Anunnaki have had something revealed to them we haven’t, they believe in a ‘Creator of All’ as the tablets reveal, “The powers of the ‘Creator of All’ into your hands you have taken,” said Enlil to Enki.


  4. How many more slaves could have been freed it they only would have known they were slaves? There are few people who truly liberate themselves from the destructive, soul crushing, oppressive system that the capitalist grind engenders. There are even fewer who reach out to their fellow captives to try to lead them out of the cave.

    Religion plays a role and is easily co-opted by the ruling classes to steer the masses in the direction they want them to go. There are some who live by sincere, genuine faith and have learned to separate dogmatic religion from authentic spirituality. Compassion and forgiveness are the antidotes for the pursuit of material wealth, never-ending profits and social status that the capitalist grind demands.

    This is such a challenging and thought provoking piece, Peter.

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    1. Jeff, you’ve nailed it. Authentic spirituality has been hijack by religion, by the gods themselves, if you will. A controlling, manipulative, and oppressive substitute put in place of love, compassion, and forgiveness.

      Jeff, again, thank you.


  5. This looks to be a very interesting read. I only have time to skim it at the moment so I would like to read it when I’m less busy which will be later today. I have read/heard about some of the things you write about so I’m curious what your take is on all of it. 🙂


    1. Hi Jackie, if you’re interested in more, search Zecharia Sitchin, this all comes from his translation of the tablets, and from various sources. Two of my primary sources were Michael Tellinger and William Bramley.


        1. After a bit of reading I have to admit that this theory does not really resonate with me. That is not to say there is anything wrong with it – you and the other authors who have written about it could be very right. I’m a skeptic and none of it strikes me as being very plausible. I also feel the same way about the bible and other religious text. I suppose time will tell and reveal all things. 🙂


          1. Thank you, Jackie, for your honest appraisal. Honesty and forthrightness are among the noblest traits we can possess and the ones I hold in highest regard, so rare is their light. Your voice speaks well of you; as I might add, does your refreshing photography of nature.

            I too, not unlike yourself, am a skeptic. But my skeptics are for conventional wisdom, contemporary thought, and cultural imperatives; of religion and government, and of those things they seem overly intent for us to accept. And so, I go to the outskirts of belief and acceptance and peer beyond the fringes into the dark and unknown in search of what I may never find.

            My theory is unprovable and although I cannot hold it as absolute, I find it plausible, in fact quite likely. Nonetheless, what I do hold as truth is this. We have been swindled.

            But, unlike yourself, I believe that we may never know the truth. We may die and that be all. And if so, then what does any of it matter?

            Enjoy your reprieve from blogging; I look forward to your return.


            1. Indeed – what does it matter if after we die there is nothing? If that’s it what was the point? … Thank you – you have given me quite a bit of food for thought to take with me on my break. Also, thank you for your kind words regarding my character and photography – I appreciate it very much. See you soon. 🙂


  6. I’ve contended for a long time that the bi-pedal humans were left on this rock by the ‘star farmers’. Maybe a mite too agronomically trite. Either way, this is bang spot on Peter and damn well crafted.
    It is an honor to have the privilege to share in your mind.

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  7. This is so very interesting –today, I was just having a conversation with a friend that was visiting and I asked them: have you ever heard of anyone being into the alien thing, like the Anunnaki, who does not use marijuana, hash, etc.? They said: “No.”

    I said: me neither.

    lol Erase this comment if it’s offensive or rude, the coincidence is funny to me — to read this post about an hour after the conversation.


    1. Well . . . now you know someone who does consider the Anunnaki and doesn’t use drugs. But I’m not completely innocent, okay. I was young once, I don’t think inhaled though. Yeah, I’m sure I didn’t. 🙂

      Maybe marijuana opens the channel. That would explain some things.

      No way do I find your comment offensive, quite the contrary.


  8. Every time I read a theory of creation or evolution or a combination of both, written or spoken by one at the higher levels of intelligence, I am able to see the point and ponder it as a possibility. These theories become for me, an endless loop of theoretical thinking. Yet, in absence of proof, all theories lead back to this: We either just are, or we are just what we imagine ourselves to be. The considerations are mentally, psychologically, emotionally and spiritually exhausting (to me).

    Last night I had a dream (this really happened last night) that humans recognized and acknowledged hard evidence that all along the enlightened ones were The Animal Spirits. It finally dawned on the human species that the non-human animal species operated at a much higher level of consciousness than those of the human species.

    Humans suddenly woke up and said, “Oh shit,” when it became clear to them that at the highest levels of consciousness, is the realization that striving, trying, working, competing, jockeying for position, etc. are/have been dead-end streets. That…the delusional thinking from the inferior places of ego, position, status and perceived power were of the lowest forms of intelligence of all levels of intelligence. That . . . the dedication to money and the hoarding of things, was of the most ridiculous wastes of time and of absolutely no value.

    In the dream, it dawned on humans, that all along, The Animal Spirits were guides to illustrate to us the way to live free. True freedom…it is the freedom of the soul/spirit, that is not and cannot be controlled by oppression, threat, cruelty or intimidation. It cannot be contained by a cage, a box, a fence or a chute on the way to the slaughter house kill floors (or human gas chambers either). It does not fight back spiritually nor ethically and certainly not religiously. It does not start wars. It does not demand a certain permission or recognition from another species in order to be recognized as viable. In fact, is doesn’t even care.

    This little comment box doesn’t allow for the tome that could be written on the above angle of thought, but I tried to get the point down the best I could in a paragraph.

    Consider the possibility that what humans consider as the lowest of life forms are actually the highest and that those we attempt to oppress, control and trod upon, are actually the enlightened ones. Mere man should hope that one day, The Animal Spirits don’t ban together (they most certainly have the ability to) and wipe us off the planet for the sheer neglect, stupidity and uselessness we’ve exhibited on Earth, but if they ever do, it would certainly be understandable, reasonable and probably prudent.

    A little side theory to ponder just for the fun of it . . . that many of us are not ALL human. The human understanding of DNA is still at basic levels. Perhaps some of us are fixed (unchangeable), some of us are awakening and some of us are the light that transmits messages and escorts other forms of life to ……._______________________ (fill in perceived/desired destination here).

    I often tell others (in a teasing way) that I am only 25% human. And . . .25% alien, 25% animal/angel and 25% cabbage (because I was an adopted child and have no solid earthly back-story other than “the cabbage patch”).

    It all comes back to imagination and thought. I love this (kinda over-simplified) quote: “Thoughts become things. Choose the good ones.” ~ Mike Dooley (Notes from The Universe). And if whatever we think, we become, we can simply BE…just BE….whether it’s all real, or all perceived or part real and part perceived, (blah, blah, blah) we can just BE. 🙂

    Finally, empathy is the GREAT earthly teacher. Our ability to empathize has the power to lead us through this man-made hell into ….”The (hopeful) Promised Land.” and the glory of ONE-ness. Film at 11:00.

    Thanks for investing YOUR time to influence others toward experiments in profound thought.

    ~ Gerean


    1. I sometimes venture on these theoretical journeys not in the hopes or expectations to reach a particular destination but rather to discover along the way what I might find. You could consider it a sort of mental calisthenics. And though I wrote this with a general audience in mind, in my vegan head I’m looking for plausible explanations to our human experience and uniqueness, and all that that implies. And that uniqueness is not a complement to humanity, but rather the opposite.

      As I’ve replied to another below, I don’t hold fast to this theory. And while I have yet knowingly to meet an Anunnaki, I do find the theory entertaining and plausible, as any may be. Which brings me jumping to your little side theory that some among us may not be human. I’ve long considered that a possibility, still do.

      As to your dream / inspiration and with regard to human petty, selfish, shallow, and superficial nature, that seemingly effects everyone to a degree then I would say with certainty that animals do operate at a much higher level of consciousness; or if not that, then a spiritual and a mental maturity, which all may be one in the same. Our strivings are just you say, wastes of time and add nothing to enrich our lives, just the opposite.

      Your comment, which I’ve read a number of times already, gives me much to ponder. I like the spiritual aspect of existence that you impart. Spirituality is an area I approach with caution and yourself take it as such a certainty that it inspires confidence in me, of a spiritual nature.

      There’s more I’d like to say about what you’ve said, but as you say, Film at 11:00. I had to look that up. 🙂

      Thank you, Gerean for taking the time, it was well taken.


      1. Peter ~

        In reference to man’s striving and trying, I line myself up with the great Universal spiritual leader, Yoda,…. 🙂 …. who so profoundly stated:

        “Do or do not, there is no try.”

        Thanks for reading, hearing and acknowledging my response above. I think I’ve now read everything you’ve published to this site and have been so inspired. It’s interesting how something that we may have written long ago, offers opportunity to change the life of others who read it at a much later date, which I do NOT believe is by accident, but at precisely the correct time. Therein lies another thought experiment of monumental proportions.

        Looking forward to whatever you are led to transmit next.

        Many Blessings!

        ~ Gerean


  9. PS ~ The above is only a response to the link you sent to me (to this article) this morning, not at all my statement on life philosophy. If it were a commentary on my life philosophy it would be severely lacking and I recognize it. ~ G


  10. They also stopped everyone from speaking the same language because they were talking to each other and plotting against their leaders. I think one of the brothers fell in love with one of those they made and didn’t want to kill the rest, while the other brother did. As I said in one of my posts, James Crick (DNA) said that the likelihood of us being here is the same as if a tornado tore through a junk yard and left a fully functional jet in it’s wake. Not a chance. We were PUT here, we were made.

    And yes, we are still treated like slaves, no doubt about it. We are puppets on strings who jump when jerked around by those in power. Absolutely. It’s like asking fish what water is, or asking us to think about the air we breathe…we just take it for granted…our slave status, that is. We don’t see it or think about it at all and that’s what the overseers train us to be like. Good herd animals.

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  11. You are correct in the changing of the languages, and its purpose. And, if memory serves, it was Enki who took, I believe not one but two females into his home (perhaps more). Though there were other “gods” who did the same: “the sons of god and the daughters of man” as is recorded in both the tablets and the bible.

    Yes and when I try to explain to someone of our servitude, while they may agree on some infantile level they fail to grasp the full reality.

    Thank you, Gigi. Peace.


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