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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. Which god feel in love with Ereshkigal, Queen of the Underworld?
2. Which of the gods ruled the Nefilim planet?
3. What number (counting from outside the solar system) did the Nefilim consider Saturn to be?
4. Who does Enlil decide to have a flood wipe out all of humanity?
(a) The Flood was the last straw. He had previously tried to kill off mankind through famine.
(b) The humans asked for water, so he gave them a lot.
(c) He wanted to recreate better humans.
(d) He changed his mind at the last moment.
5. After eating the fruit, what do Adam and Eve become aware of?
(a) The differences in their bodies.
(b) They become smarter.
(c) The ugliness of themselves.
(d) Their nakedness.
Short Answer Questions
1. To the Sumerians, the arrival of Marduk and Shar was______.
2. What Sumerian god was the Earth planet-god?
3. Why does Inanna go to the underworld?
4. Where did Sitchin think that Homo sapiens were created?
5. What did the Euphrates location provide the Nefilim with?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Sitchin justify his assertions that the gods wanted to use Earth for mines?
2. To Sitchin, why does the number that the Sumerians consider Earth in the solar system prove that the Sumerians had contact with the Nefilim.
3. Why did Sitchin equate the planet Marduk with images of a winged globe in ancient artwork?
4. What was Mount Ararat?
5. Who were the Anunnaki and why did they become upset with the gods?
6. In the Sumerian story of the Great Flood, how did Enki come to the aide of the humankind?
7. How long do the Nefilim live and how often do they visit?
8. Why did Enlil decide not to prepare the humans for the deluge and great flood?
9. Does Sitchin agree with the validity of animal evolution over the centuries?
10. As the gods land on Earth and take a look at what has been done, what did they find?
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