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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. When does Sitchin estimate that the Nefilim's first landing on Earth was?
2. What caused the Anunnaki to finally revolt against the higher gods?
3. Because he was in love with the Earth's water, what was Enki known as?
4. What suggested that man was created from one mold?
5. To Sitchin, what were the original humans before they learned how to procreate?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Sitchin equate the planet Marduk with images of a winged globe in ancient artwork?
2. How did Sitchin justify his assertions that the gods wanted to use Earth for mines?
3. Why is the Nefilim planet considered the 12th planet?
4. How did procreation change man-kind?
5. Why did Enlil decide not to prepare the humans for the deluge and great flood?
6. Who were the Anunnaki and why did they become upset with the gods?
7. What was Ziggurats?
8. When the Nefilim landed on Earth, what was their first intention to do with the new planet?
9. What was Enlil's human son named?
10. What was Mount Ararat?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Is it depressing that Sitchin did not think that the Sumerians were capable of the advancement on their own?
How is this similar to Western Imperialism that many Western cultures imposed on other cultures?
Is Sitchin sure that the Sumerians could not have been advanced because they were supposedly "primitive" people?
Essay Topic 2
Is Sitchin's writing style or tone one of arrogance and smug certainty?
How does a man with little or no scientific education and limited experience translating languages argue with other scholarly experts?
What does this say about Sitchin's personality.
Essay Topic 3
Do you believe that any of Sitchin's theories could be true?
If you were Sitchin, how would you work to verify and prove your theories about the creation of the world and man?
How could Sitchin get his ideas accepted by the scientific community?
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