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McQuate's Annunaki — The Inception of Man
« on: January 25, 2014, 10:29:06 PM »
The Annunaki arrive and what they then tell us about our origins, drops the unprepared on their collective heads, so to speak. So here’s the point. While there is time, let’s think outside the box.

It’s not about being right or wrong. This is because when the Annunaki return, it could be bad news for us. So it’s really about using the time available to add new dimensions to our possibilities matrix.

That is why this first of three interview with Dr. Scott McQuate, author and publisher The Tribulation Web Site, will add new dimensions to the topic.

And yes, McQuate’s got a whole different take on the Annunaki from what we’ve come to expect as the traditional Sitchin view, which we discussed in Sitchin’s Annunaki, the first interview in this series.

Bottom line, the traditional view maintains that while Nibiru is a fascinating bit of history, but that it will not return to bother us for quite some time. Leastwise, not on our watch.

Alrighty then. It’s time for a cosmic broadcast.

Earth to Zecharia. We’re seeing it and we’d love to know who is coming to dinner and what they want, so join us as we get to know about McQuate’s Annunaki.

http://cttcradio.com

 

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