The Sumerian Anunnaki Priesthood

The Anunnaki Chronicles continue as we explore the secret knowledge of the Sumerian Anunnaki Priesthood.

With the arrival of Constitutional Democracy in modern times, the Priesthood is regarded purely as a Religious institution. This has not always been the case however, as we shall see, the Priesthood in Ancient times was a sophisticated institution that served primarily a Political function in which a secret knowledge of the Sumerian Anunnaki Priesthood existed.

Origins Of The Sumerian Anunnaki Priesthood: Kingship From Heaven

The concept of Divine Kingship and the secret knowledge of the Sumerian Anunnaki Priesthood can be traced to Ancient Mesopotamia.

The first Mesopotamian Ruler who declared himself divine was Naram-Sin of Akkad. Naram-Sin reigned sometime during the 23rd century BCE but the exact dates and duration of his reign are still subject to research. According to his own inscription the people of the city of Akkad wished him to be the god of their city. This first instance of self-deification also coincides with the first world empire of the rulers of Akkad, the first time that a dynasty established a territorial ruler over large parts of Mesopotamia. It was also accompanied by certain changes in religion, in which the king proliferated the cult of the Ishtar, the goddess of war and love. Naram-Sin seems to have emphasized Ishtar in her war-like aspect (‘ashtar annunitum) and began to refer to himself as the husband/warrior of Ishtar.

Sargon

After Naram-Sin no ruler declared himself divine until about 200 years had passed, when Shulgi (2095–2049 BCE), the second king of the Third Dynasty of Ur, took up the custom of self-deification once more. His self-deification may have been viewed in attempts to consolidate the empire he had inherited from his father. The cult of the divine ruler seems to have culminated under Shu-Sin, who was probably Shulgi’s son or grandson and began an extensive program of self-worship (Brisch in press). After Shu-Sin the divinization kings was abandoned once more.

Whether the kings of the Old Babylonian period (c. 2000–1595 BCE) can be considered divine is still subject to debate. Some consider the kings Rim-Sin of Larsa (1822–1763 BCE) and the famous Hammurabi of Babylon (1792–1750 BCE) to have been divine. Both kings struggled to expand their area of influence, and therefore their self-deification may have been part of a strategy to consolidate and legitimize their powers.

Such an understanding of the Divine Origins of Kingship is consistent with Ancient Sumerian Texts such as the Lost Book Of Enki, which record that following the Great Flood/Deluge, Royal Cities sprouted with sacred precincts for the Gods, and that within these precincts Demi-Gods served as Kings and Priests in the Palaces and Temples…With the Divine origins of Kingship the foundations of the Sumerian Anunnaki Priesthood were established.

Behind The Temple Veil

Ancient King-Priests kept the Oracles and Rituals of the Anunnaki God in charge of their particular City or Region within the walls of sacred Ancient Temples. In doing so, these early King-Priests acted as Mediators between the physically resident Anunnaki ‘God’ and the people over whom that God had dominion…It is in this role as intermediary that the Priesthood began and eventually evolved into a separate and distinct Social class.

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The interaction of the Sumerian Anunnaki Priesthood and the resident Anunnaki City God was literal and not purely abstract and Theological as is the case today…Indeed, Priests and Priestesses were expected to provide such pleasures as Food, Beer and Sex to the resident Anunnaki God.

Its from such unions that Demi-Gods like Gilgamesh were born, and these Demi-Gods were initially the only ones who could qualify as Kings in all the Anunnaki realms from Egypt to Mesopotamia.

In addition to the regular rituals required to satisfy the appetites the resident City God, the King-Priests were also the custodians of secret knowledge entrusted to them by the Anunnaki.

Shamash

Zechariah Sitchin’s ‘Earth Chronicles’ series details some of the secret knowledge of the Anunnaki Priesthood, which includes:

i) The Ranking Of The Anunnaki Gods according to number and importance…In short, Anu, the leader of the Anunnaki on the Home Planet Nibiru occupied the highest rank of 60, followed by his Wife Antu at 55, Enlil at 50 and Enki at 40.

The Anunnaki Pyramid Wars covered in the God-Kings of Ancient Egypt series, which eventually led to the rise of Marduk and Babylon were essentially a War amongst the Anunnaki to claim the Highest ranking of 50 available to the Earth-bound Anunnaki according to Rank Tables kept by the Ancient Priests.

Anu Rank Table2

As such, Marduk and Babylon’s rise to power mean that Marduk replaced Enlil at the Rank of 50, a far cry from his lower rank before his decision to claim his ‘destiny’ according to certain Celestial signs.

This brings us to the next aspect of the secret knowledge of the Anunnaki Priesthood…The computation of Time.

ii) The Anunnaki divided Time into Earthly Time, Celestial Time and Divine Time in accordance with their advanced Astronomical skills and observations.

Earthly Time was measured according to the Earth’s Solar orbit divided into 365 days and 12 Months or Lunar Cycles.

Celestial Time on the other hand, related to the cycle of movement of the 12 Star Constellations (Zodiac Signs/Houses) observable from the Earth, and also known as the ‘Precession Of The Equinoxes’.

The Precessionary cycle is measured in ‘months’ named according to the Constellation aka Zodiac House/Sign visible from Earth. The cycle spans a period of (approximately) 25,920 years, over which time the Constellations appear to slowly rotate around the Earth.

Special Ancient Observatories were constructed specifically for making Celestial and Astronomical observations which would in turn determine, the particular God to be worshiped and Calendar of Rituals to be kept.

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                                                                                                                                       Ancient Anunnaki Observatory

All in all, the Sumerian Anunnaki Priesthood was the custodian of the entire body of knowledge used to construct the Earth Civilization. This knowledge also included a lot of what may be considered Esoteric today such as the use of Vibrational Frequencies and the creation of False Matrix/Virtual Reality simulations for the purposes of Mass Social Control.

For more in-depth detail on the Esoteric aspect of this Priestly knowledge, I would recommend Sevan Bomar’s documentary below which goes into depth on the Ancient Anunnaki Priesthood’s Esoteric knowledge.

Sevan Bomar: Esoteric Anunnaki Priesthood

 

Conclusion

The Priesthood is Historically both a Political and Religious institution meant to mediate effectively between Mankind and his Anunnaki Ancient Astronaut Rulers. In reality, despite the arrival of Constitutional Democracy in our era, the Priesthood has evolved into what appears to be a purely Theological role.

However, this is an illusion, the keepers of the original Ancient version of the Sumerian Anunnaki Priesthood are still among us and today they carry out their Historical role through the use of Ancient symbolism and Esoteric knowledge from the shadows.

As always, when it comes to Ancient Astronauts and the Anunnaki Alien Civilization, we always recommend that you familiarise yourself with Zechariah Sitchin’s books and research which believe to be correct if you have not done so already.

Enjoy…One!

Links & Credits

Religion & Power: Divine Kingship In The Ancient World

Lost Book Of Enki

 

 

 

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