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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. To the Sumerians, the arrival of Marduk and Shar was______.
(a) Very regular and used to bring improvements to its people.
(b) Vital to survival.
(c) Appealing because it offered something different.
2. When does Sitchin estimate that the Nefilim's first landing on Earth was?
(a) 200,000 years ago.
(b) 500,000 years ago.
(c) 450,000 years ago.
(d) 360,000 years ago.
3. What Sumerian god was the Earth planet-god?
4. Noah saves himself in an ark. What does Atra- Harris sail in?
(a) A boat.
(b) A rocketship.
(c) A motorboat.
(d) A submarine.
5. What did the Babylonian New Year celebrations copy?
(a) Hebrew scriptures.
(b) Sumerian rituals.
(c) Babylonian folklore.
(d) Christian ideals.
Short Answer Questions
1. Of the two brother-gods, who was man's adversary?
2. After eating Atra-Hasis' (Noah) offering, how did the gods feel about mankind?
3. What begins to make the gods angry and causes them to decide to inflict their wrath on man (the Great Flood and Deluge)?
4. What was the length of Earth's life determined by?
5. Where do the gods land their spacecraft after they return to Earth?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Sitchin justify his assertions that the gods wanted to use Earth for mines?
2. How long do the Nefilim live and how often do they visit?
3. To Sitchin, why does the number that the Sumerians consider Earth in the solar system prove that the Sumerians had contact with the Nefilim.
4. What was Ziggurats?
5. How did the Nefilim group the planets?
6. How are Anu, Enki, and Enlil all related to one another?
7. How was the length of life estimated by Sitchin?
8. When the Nefilim landed on Earth, what age was Earth in?
9. Who were the Anunnaki and why did they become upset with the gods?
10. Why is Enlil furious that Utnapishtim and his family survived the Great Flood?
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