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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is an apin?
(a) A religious structure.
(b) A type of building.
(c) A secret code.
(d) A pyramidal tower.
2. What planets did Sitchin think that the Sumerians knew of?
(a) Mars, Neptune, Pluto.
(b) Pluto, Uranus, Mars.
(c) Neptune, Pluto, Uranus,
(d) Neptune, Pluto, Uranus.
3. What does the word "Nefilim" mean?
(a) Our friends from Neptune.
(b) Those who fell to Earth.
(c) The giants.
(d) The gods among us.
4. This planet comes near earth every 3600 years.
5. Why was Anu's son cast from heaven?
(a) For mistreating animals.
(b) For killing his brother Ea.
(c) For stealing from his father, Anu.
(d) For raping Ninlil (Sud).
Short Answer Questions
1. Who excavated a cave called Shanidar in Kurdish territory in 1957?
2. Sitchin found evidence of prior knowledge of the solar system in what cultures?
3. The Sumerians knew to use this substance as a disinfectant.
4. From 11,000 B.C. to 5,000 B.C., what happened to mankind?
5. Why don't stars have gods?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where did Sitchin believe the Greek gods came from?
2. Name some of the inventions that Sitchin believed the Sumerians were responsible for.
3. What did Sitchin think the angels of the Bible really were?
4. Why did Sitchin think it was possible for astrologists to be wrong in their assertion that there are only eight planets in the solar system?
5. What did Sitchin find proof of in the work of early astronomers from Mesopotamia, Hittites, and Babylonia?
6. Enki and Enlil were brothers and sons of Anu. Describe their personalities.
7. Where did Sitchin think that most of the advancements in technology came from (region and time frame)?
8. Why is Sitchin so sure that human life could not have begun on Earth?
9. How did humans attempt to go to the heavens and see the gods.
10. What do Sumerian texts describe Pluto as?
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