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Anunnaki Ancient Mystery #History and Archaeology

Anunnaki Revealed | 12 - The Great Deluge

Based on the book 'The 12th planet' by Zecharia Sitchin, Inspired by the chapter titled 'When the Gods Fled from Earth'.

The video delves into various mythologies and cultures of the world that mention a flood story, often referred to as "The Great Deluge" or "The Great Flood."

It explores the accounts of the flood from Mesopotamian tablets and the interpretation of Zecharia Sitchin, who suggests that the flood was caused by the passage of the planet Nibiru. The video further discusses various theories about the nature of the Great Flood, including the yearly floods of the Tigris-Euphrates valley and the findings of Sir Leonard Woolley at Ur.

The narrative of the Great Flood is emphasized as a significant event in Mesopotamian prehistory, marking a division between the eras before and after the Deluge. The video also mentions the importance of the flood in various texts, including king lists and individual king lineages.

The video then delves into the mysteries surrounding the flood, including the tribulations faced by humanity and the secrets the deities vowed to keep. It suggests that the Deluge was not an intentional act by the deities but rather a natural disaster.

The video also explores the story of Atrahasis, who is central to the Deluge narrative in the "Epic of Gilgamesh." The increasing population of humanity and its impact on the gods, particularly Enlil, is discussed. This video describes various attempts by the gods to reduce the human population, including through disease and famine.

The narrative continues with the confrontation between Enki and Enlil, leading to a series of events that culminate in the impending "killing flood."

The gods take an oath to keep the impending Deluge a secret from humanity. However, Enki finds a way to warn Atrahasis without directly breaking his oath.

The video concludes with Enki providing detailed guidelines to Atrahasis on constructing a maritime vessel to survive the flood.