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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 caused the Anunnaki to finally revolt against the higher gods?
(a) Sadness in their life.
(b) Harsh working conditions and labor.
(c) Anu being unfair towards them.
(d) The higher gods make fun of them.
2. How does Noah/Ziusudra/Utnapishtim attract the gods after the great flood?
(a) Made a fire signal.
(b) Damned all the gods.
(c) Killed a god for a bribe.
(d) Roasts a sacrifice on a mountaintop.
3. What did Sitchin think that the Nefilims wanted to use planet Earth for (besides mining)?
(a) Somewhere to visit the relatives.
(b) A place to seed with life.
(c) A vacation home.
(d) A place to borrow resources from.
4. To the Sumerians, the arrival of Marduk and Shar was______.
(b) Very regular and used to bring improvements to its people.
(c) Vital to survival.
(d) Appealing because it offered something different.
5. Where do anthropologists think man first appeared?
Short Answer Questions
1. What Sumerian god was the Moon planet-god?
2. What natural element was Enki believed to love?
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. Besides plants and animals, what other important things were in the Garden of Eden?
5. What did the Babylonian New Year celebrations copy?
Short Essay Questions
1. How was the length of life estimated by Sitchin?
2. How did the Nefilim group the planets?
3. How did Enlil create man.
4. Who were the Anunnaki and why did they become upset with the gods?
5. Why is the Nefilim planet considered the 12th planet?
6. When the Nefilim landed on Earth, what was their first intention to do with the new planet?
7. When the Nefilim landed on Earth, what age was Earth in?
8. What was Ziggurats?
9. What was Enlil's human son named?
10. How long do the Nefilim live and how often do they visit?
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