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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. While Adapa was developing and before he was born, where did he live?
(a) In Enlil's wife's womb.
(b) An incubator.
(c) The belly of a bear.
(d) His spirits waited in the heavens.
2. What was rebuilt after the original Sumerian settlements were destroyed?
(a) Egyptian pyramids.
(b) Mayan lands.
(c) Communication boxes.
(d) Mesopotamian cities, built with the gods specifications.
3. Besides gold, silver, and iron, what else did Sitchin suggest that the Nefilim mined?
(c) Radioactive materials.
(d) Land mines.
4. Besides plants and animals, what other important things were in the Garden of Eden?
(b) Other humans.
(c) Chocolate treats.
(d) Trees of Life and Knowledge.
5. Why did Sitchin think that the gods chose to inhabit Earth?
(a) For fun.
(b) For mining.
(c) They had to flee their unstable home.
(d) Their planet was ruined.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the Babylonian New Year celebrations copy?
2. What does Sitchin claim about his creation story?
3. What was the length of Earth's life determined by?
4. To Sitchin, what were the original humans before they learned how to procreate?
5. In Sitchin's opinion, why didn't "life" need a sun?
Short Essay Questions
1. How long do the Nefilim live and how often do they visit?
2. Does Sitchin agree with the validity of animal evolution over the centuries?
3. What was Enlil's human son named?
4. How did procreation change man-kind?
5. In the Sumerian story of the Great Flood, how did Enki come to the aide of the humankind?
6. What was Mount Ararat?
7. To Sitchin, why does the number that the Sumerians consider Earth in the solar system prove that the Sumerians had contact with the Nefilim.
8. Why did the Nefilim decide to go back to Earth?
9. When the Nefilim landed on Earth, what age was Earth in?
10. What was Ziggurats?
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