Anunnaki structures before the flood: The 200,000-year-old ancient City in Africa

If the Ancient Anunnaki did visit Earth hundreds of thousands of years ago… would we not find evidence of their reign on Earth today? According to many authors, proof of the existence of the Ancient Anunnaki can be found all around the globe. In this article, we take a look at the 200,000-year-old ancient city discovered in Africa.

Do you believe in the existence of the ancient Anunnaki?

Millions of people around the globe firmly believe that hundreds of thousands of years ago, advanced beings lived on Earth, and many refer to them as the Anunnaki:  “those who came down from the heavens.”

Supposedly, and according to some authors, the ancient Anunnaki were (still are?) extremely advanced ‘alien’ civilizations from an elusive planet in our solar system.

These mysterious beings came to Earth over 400,000 years ago and kick-started the human civilization.

But what are/were the Anunnaki? Are they mere mythological inventions from people thousands of years ago? Or is it possible there is evidence to support that they did, in fact, exist on Earth?

Interestingly, if we look back at the countless discoveries that have been made in the last couple of decades, we will understand that history as we know it is completely different from the reality.

In fact, countless archaeological and historical discoveries have been made that firmly contradict and challenged mainstream scholars and their views on human origins and history.

Each and every time we ‘touch’ the subject of the Anunnaki, we come across mixed feelings from different readers.

Many believe these ancient beings did exist on Earth, while others are firmly convinced that the Anunnaki are nothing more that mythological creatures and the result of ancient man’s imagination.

Anyone who wants to find out more about the Anunnaki should read the books written by famous writer Zecharia Sitchin.

In 1976, Sitchin published his personal translations of the Sumerian texts in a series of books called “The Earth Chronicles.“

According to Sitchin, the clay tablets describe an alien race known as the Anunnaki, who came to Earth to mine gold.

Sitchin practically suggests that extraterrestrial visited earth in the past because their home-planet needed gold to survive.

But if the ancient Anunnaki did exist, wouldn’t there be evidence of their legacy on Earth?

Well, an ancient city discovered in Africa could prove to be the missing link to the Anunnaki.

Located around 150 km west of the port of Maputo, Researcher, and Author Michael Tellinger has found the remains of a vast metropolis that measures, according to initial surveys a staggering 1,500 square kilometers.

This ancient metropolis is, according to many, part of an even larger complex that encompasses an even greater area of 10,000 square kilometers, but the most fascinating detail about it is its age: It is believed to be between 160,000 and 200,000 years old.

When Heine first introduced me to the ancient stone ruins of southern Africa, he had no idea of the incredible discoveries we would achieve in the following years. The photographs, artifacts and evidence we accumulated, points towards a lost civilization that has never before been and precedes all others – not for a hundred years, or a few thousand years…but many thousands of years. – said Tellinger

Curiously, near these ancient metropolises, the presence of ancient gold mines indicates the presence of an advanced civilization that was able to extract gold, in 200,000 BC, for a mysterious purpose.

Tellinger explains that this is rather interesting since it shows how a timeworn ‘lost’ civilization, prospered in the region while being capable of extracting massive amounts of gold at several mines in the region, all of this at a time when mainstream scholars are telling us, humans were not developed in order to undertake such ‘sophisticated’ projects.

But the question here is… who needed gold in 200,000 BC?

How was it extracted and is it possible that the relative vicinity to the sea was the reason why the giant metropolis was erected in the first place?

Was gold used in trade and sculptures? Or is it possible – as the Ancient Astronaut Theory proposes – that gold was used in a far more ‘technological’ purpose than what mainstream scholars are willing to accept?

I see myself a fairly open-minded chap, but I will admit that it took me well over a year for the penny to drop, and for me to realize that we are actually dealing with the oldest structures ever built by humans on Earth. – said Tellinger

Interestingly, we find that some 250,000 years ago, according to Sitchin, the ancient Anunnaki merged their Alien genes with that of Homo Erectus and created a species known as Homo Sapiens, obtaining as a result, a genetically bicameral species.

However, humans were a hybrid species and could not procreate.

Since the demand for humans as workers became greater, the ancient Anunnaki once again manipulated ancient mankind so they could reproduce on their own.

Based on The Cosmic Code: The Sixth Book of The Earth Chronicles by Zecharia Sitchin, this is the real historical timeline of our planet:

Events Before the Deluge

450,000 years ago,
On Nibiru, a distant member of our solar system, life faces slow extinction as the planet’s atmosphere erodes. Deposed by Anu, the ruler Alalu escapes in a spaceship and finds refuge on Earth. He discovers that Earth has gold that can be used to protect Nibiru’s atmosphere.

Led by Enki, a son of Anu, the Anunnaki land on Earth, establish Eridu -Earth Station I – for extracting gold from the waters of the Persian Gulf.

Earth’s climate mellows. More Anunnaki arrive on Earth, among them Enki’s half-sister Ninhursag, Chief Medical Officer.

As gold production falters, Anu arrives on Earth with Enlil, the heir apparent. It is decided to obtain the vital gold by mining it in southern Africa. Drawing lots, Enlil wins command of Earth Mission; Enki is relegated to Africa. On departing Earth, Anu is challenged by Alalu’s grandson.

Seven functional settlements in southern Mesopotamia include a Spaceport (Sippar), Mission Control Center (Nippur), a metallurgical center (Shuruppak). The ores arrive by ships from Africa; the refined metal is sent aloft to orbiters manned by Igigi, then transferred to spaceships arriving periodically from Nibiru.

Gaining the support of the Igigi, Alalu’s grandson attempts to seize mastery over Earth. The Enlilites win the War of the Olden Gods.

The Anunnaki toiling in the gold mines mutiny. Enki and Ninhursag create Primitive Workers through genetic manipulation of Ape woman; they take over the manual chores of the Anunnaki. Enlil raids the mines, brings the Primitive Workers to the Edin in Mesopotamia. Given the ability to procreate, Homo Sapiens begins to multiply.

Life on Earth regresses during a new glacial period.

Climate warms again. The Anunnaki (the biblical Nefilim), to Enlil’s growing annoyance, marry the daughters of Man.

The “accursation of Earth” – a new Ice Age-begins. Regressive types of Man roam the Earth. Cro-Magnon man survives.

Enki and Ninhursag elevate humans of Anunnaki parentage to rule in Shuruppak. Enlil enraged. Plots Mankind’s demise.

Realizing that the passage of Nibiru in Earth’s proximity will trigger an immense tidal wave, Enlil makes the Anunnaki swear to keep the impending calamity a secret from Mankind.

According to many people around the globe, the Anunnaki are most definitely the ultimate proof that there are missing links in the origins of the human species.

I believe that it certainly is very interesting to read about findings like that of Mr. Tellinger and other ancient sites around the globe. While it remains a great enigma whether or not the Ancient Anunnaki existed on Earth, and if they intervened in any way with the evolution of the human species, the truth is that many ancient civilizations around the globe show what appear to be links, or clues that possibly indicate a similar source of their knowledge.

Here are some images of the ancient city Mr. Tellinger talks about:


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  1. This is scarey stuff because these round structures are where African Man was first ‘created’. The Annunaki made them as slaves for mining. That’s why the area is so huge, they needed lots of workers. Gold was taken off-planet for Nibiru’s atmosphere, which is now stable and Nibiru’s population is flourishing rapidly. With their extremely long life spans, this is causing Nibiru’s overpopulation. With the next passing, we will have an influx arrive on Earth. Peace will be restored and humanity will be enlightened, the truth will be exposed and order restored. The Enlilites, or ‘Elites’, left on Earth took the most influential men of the human race and created the Freemasons. This was to give certain ‘Men’ the power and knowledge of the Illuminati which would filter down through society to ‘groom’ and ‘control’ humanity. This explains the origins of the Rh positive human race. Im waiting for the explanation of the Rh negative humans that originated from Hyperborea with the fair skinned, blue eyed, fair haired and taller than average race.
    There are so many fascinating discoveries about the human race we are yet to find. Thank you Ancient Code for all your time and research. You really make a difference to our lives.

    1. Agree with you, in TOTO!
      What-so-ever are beginnings have been, it is a shame, some so called ‘Scholars’ have hidden it from us! For if they admit the TRUTH, they will be dethroned of their ‘SCHOLAR’ status!

    2. Nibiru’s orbit is 3,600 years and ours is 1 year around the sun. Thus, the Anunnaki live 3,600 years for every year we live on earth. However, when they live on earth, they start to age quicker and die earlier. Their children live even shorter lives. They do take some plants to extend their life whilst on eart (tree of life, whose fruits were denied to humans), but despite this, their lives were shortened on earth. Still they lived much longer lives than humans and were thus considered immortal by their human subjects. I don’t think we would have an influx as it would mean shortening their lives. Maybe a select elite are still collecting gold for them and in return they receive or will receive certain privileges. Why else is this metal considered more precious than others on earth?

  2. I dont believe any of this and this story was probably fabricated by some liberal who supported The New World Order plan.

    1. The fascinating thing about this “story” is that all of it is in the museums of the world for us to see. After translating and aggregating all of the history available to him, Zecharia Sitchin laid it out to us in his books. Are you trying to tell me the ancient Sumerians, Akkadians, Babylonians, Hittites, Assyrians and Egyptians were liberals? That they had an NWO plan? I thought you were crazy before with all your Van Allen Belt-we-have-not-been-to-the-moon nonsense, but now I know you are.
      When so many (ancient) cultures across the world have the same stories of creation, the flood, and the similarities of Gods…there is no denying the information they left for us. And as you like to throw the Bible out there in your comments so often, it too backs up the olden ones.

      1. Seen your posts before too and the fact you side with that other person speaks volumes. Cool name and avatar you use too….kinda like a crazy person.

    2. You should be sitting in your home and having tea and biscuits, instead of wasting your and our time! GOODBYE

  3. 1. As I always say, Anything and Everything is possible!
    2. What I have not been able to digest, till date, which everyone seems to swallow, without a blink of an eye, is, THAT, ANUNNAKI MINED GOLD TO SAVE NIBIRU [ OR ANY OTHER PLANET ], THEIR HOME, FROM IMMINENT PERISHING~~~~~~~ 🙁
    A race, who can create the whole of mankind, where none existed, is no small feat!
    Arre baba, we humans with our ‘limited’ knowledge can do that!!!!
    In fact we have had that capacity since a couple of centuries ago!
    The only factor why we have not done so, on a commercial scale is the ‘COST’ of producing it! Which happens to be much more than the cost of naturally available cost of Gold! PERIOD
    But, in the wake of circumstances so taking place, if it is a question of saving Earth from Total Disintegration, everyone will agree, WE WILL PRODUCE IT: IRRESPECTIVE OF THE COST!

    Coming back to Anunnaki and their ‘NEED’ for Gold, I would change it to ‘GREED’ for Gold, like all of humankind does 😀
    Proving also that, they were mere Mortals, like us!!!!

  4. As an aside: Recently I’ve been trying to scour, by Google Earth, these circles in Africa. Yeah, there is no way without coordinates.
    When pictures like these are published, it would be great to have a link to where they are found.
    Just sayin’.

    1. Carolina — 25 55′ 53.28″ S / 30 16′ 13.13″ E
      Badplaas — 25 47′ 33.45″ S / 30 40′ 38.76″ E
      Waterval — 25 38′ 07.82″ S / 30 21′ 18.79″ E
      Machadodorp — 25 39′ 22.42″ S / 30 17′ 03.25″ E

  5. Are there any clay tablets in cuneiform available for translation?

  6. So an advanced alien race comes to earth, obviously in very advanced space craft, they have the technology to mine gold and use it for other purposes that we cannot fathom and they are capable of genetic manipulation……. but their buildings are made from rock?

    1. Easy to destroy once gone. Do you think humans built puma punku? with stone tools ? dragging rocks a few tones up to that elevation? cutting stone so fine you couldn’t fit a razor blade in between?

    2. And yet they built space craft able to travel through space and, once they reach Earth, survive reentry.
      There are no natural substances that could handle the tremendous stresses and temperatures invloved.

    3. And what is wrong with using stone to make buildings? They are durable and have stood the test of time. They would provide perfect insulation from heat and cold and was easily obtainable and plentiful.

  7. The Anunnaki had cities, palaces and temples – they created humans to do the mining, farming and all manual labour and were taught skilled labour as well. Later as some Anunnaki and particularly the Igigi who were stationed on Mars and visited earth for certain festivals, started to mate with human females, they produced demigods and it is they who were given roles as kings, queens and priest. Royalty of today says that kingship on earth was handed down to them from God and this is why they tend to marry with other royalty, to prevent their dna being diluted. However, sometimes relations with other nations sour and because of wars etc. and therefore royals started marrying what they term commoners and in time money became more important than pedigree. The Anunnaki nuked Sodom and Gomora and Jericho was destroyed by some type of frequency weapon. The God Enki mated with Ziusudra’s mother and as a result Ziusudra was born, a demigod, also known as Utnapishitim and Noah. This is why Enki gave him the knowledge of how to build an ark, to save his family etc., he was Enki’s son and it’s also the reason why the patriarchs like Noah lived long lives. The Anunnaki live for thousands of years, while Noah lived for 900 years.

    1. So…based on that the jews are the decendants of these people?Only asking because i am jewish -Levi-

      1. If the Bible is correct about Noah and the people on the ark being the only survivors, then we are all descendants of Noah and the Anunnaki. However, I tend to think there were other survivors, this is probably why we find evidence of civilisations high up in the mountains, such as Machu Picchu. The Anunnaki mined gold in South America and introduced civilisation there, hence the pyramids in South America and around the world. We need to consider the legends and myths passed down through generations, as they contain seeds of truth.

      2. I just want to add that I believe that it was Enlil who led Moses and the Jews out of Egypt. Enlil was Enki’s half brother and they did not get along. Enlil was not happy about the creation of humans and he didn’t want us to have the ability to procreate, something Enki made possible through further manipulation of Adam and Eve (possibly taking DNA from Adam’s rib). Enlil also did not want any humans to survive the flood and therefore demanded a meeting of the elite Anunnaki from the house of Anu to vote on leaving in their ships and letting all humans die. Enki was fond of humans he created with his half sister Ninhursag and he passed on the information about the flood and how to build an ark to his son Ziusudra / Noah. After the flood Enlil promised he would not destroy earthlings by flood again. Some of the Anunnaki stayed on earth and some left to return to their planet Nibiru. Enlil also told Abraham and his kin to leave Ur for Haran and later for Canaan (there is mention in he Bible about Abraham being visited by two men he referred to as the Lord who told him about the planned destruction of Sodom and Gomora and Abraham pleading with them to save the righteous. His nephew Lot and his family were allowed to leave, but his wife stayed back to watch and was pulverised). It is my understanding that the reason for this is that there was a nuclear war between the sons of Enlil and Enki, basically cities controlled by Enki’s descendants were considered enemies and after they nuked Sodom and Gomora, the wind changed and destroyed all life in many Anunnaki cities in Sumeria, the Anunnaki fled in their flying craft, but their subjects died from nuclear fallout. Babylon was spared and Enki’s son Marduk became supreme ruler. It does seem that we humans have a thirst for war, much like the Anunnaki. They taught us well.

    2. The Gods that mated with human women, the women bore Giants. That’s one reason why the Gods let the flood happen was to kill these giants.

    3. No, the Jews aren’t the “only” desendents of the Anunnaki, in fact, the Jews don’t have any of the Anunnaki blood in them. The Jews were a chosen people because they were commanded to be the record keepers of history. Not the kings of mankind.

  8. Old “cities” looked pretty lame. Beings who mastered space travel made cities that looked like they were engineered by monkeys? Glad they went back from whence they came. We have enough problems without piss-poor engineers mucking up the works!

    1. Could be their workers homes…maybe the annuli lived on their ships or had an interdimesional porthole where they went back and forth.

    2. The oldest structures on earth are the most sophisticated. I’d like to see us make the platform at Baalbek, in Lebanon today. And what about the Ziggurats of Iraq, the pyramids of Egypt, South America and China, the polygonal megalithic walls found around the world, including Siberia. I’ve visited the temples of Egypt and gone into the Cheops pyramid and I can tell you that I would love to see us replicate these structures today.

    3. The oldest cities were the most advanced, it’s what was built on top of them that was inferior. How many ancient sites have you visited?

  9. The Anunnaki are mentioned in the Bible. They are called the Anak and Anakim. The giants that lived in Hebron, piror to the Israelites moving in were descendents of the Anak or Aninnakis. This makes sense because the LBOE states that, after the Great Flood, they moved the Heaven Earth bond or mission control center,from Summer to, guess where. Jerusalem!

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