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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. Noah saves himself in an ark. What does Atra- Harris sail in?
2. What caused the Anunnaki to finally revolt against the higher gods?
3. Why did Enki's son, Gibil, assist Enki in the Southern hemisphere where mining was prevalent?
4. Where do anthropologists think man first appeared?
5. Where was a spaceport constructed?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was Enlil's human son named?
2. How was the length of life estimated by Sitchin?
3. How did Enlil create man.
4. When the Nefilim landed on Earth, what age was Earth in?
5. How did Adam and Eve's tasting from the Tree of Knowledge give them the ability to procreate?
6. Why is the Nefilim planet considered the 12th planet?
7. Who suggested that the gods create a worker to tend to the mines?
8. How did Enlil quickly create more human beings?
9. Does Sitchin agree with the validity of animal evolution over the centuries?
10. According to Sitchin, what gave the Nefilims access to a lot of information about the solar system?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Throughout the book Sitchin describe many gods and goddesses live up to ancient societal gender roles.
Using a god or goddess from the book, give an example of how he or she personifies the stereotype.
Are you using stereotypes that were prevalent in Mesopotamian culture or our society?
Essay Topic 2
Do you think that the Nefilim, as a species, are a symbol for something else?
Did Sitchin really intend to prove that Sumerian alien gods existed or is the 12th Planet a metaphor for a larger mystery?
Essay Topic 3
Sitchin has written many books that have mostly been labeled as pseudoscience by the modern scientific community.
Consider the following questions:
- Why do other scholars consider Sitchin's writing to be pseudoscience?
- Do you consider his arguments to be fake science?
- How could Sitchin better defend his work against other scholars?
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