The 12th Planet Test | Final Test - Hard

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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. After eating Atra-Hasis' (Noah) offering, how did the gods feel about mankind?

2. Where was a spaceport constructed?

3. What caused the Anunnaki to finally revolt against the higher gods?

4. What does Sitchin associate to a circle in Chapter 8?

5. What number (counting from outside the solar system) did the Nefilim consider Saturn to be?

Short Essay Questions

1. How did the Nefilim group the planets?

2. How did Enlil create man.

3. What was Ziggurats?

4. How did Adam and Eve's tasting from the Tree of Knowledge give them the ability to procreate?

5. Where did the gods witness the flood from?

6. How long do the Nefilim live and how often do they visit?

7. When the Nefilim landed on Earth, what age was Earth in?

8. What was Mount Ararat?

9. How was the length of life estimated by Sitchin?

10. How did Enlil quickly create more human beings?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

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?

Essay Topic 2

Sitchin inferred that life does not need the sun to exist.

1. Do you agree with this assertion?

2. How does this statement go against what you have previously learned in school?

3. Could you abandon your previous beliefs to agree with Sitchin? Why or why not?

Essay Topic 3

1. Compare Sitchin's story of Noah to the following:

- Christian Great Flood story

- The Great Flood from the Torah

2. How did Sitchin relate all three stories to one another?

3. Why did Sitchin think it is important to relate the stories?

4. How does this create validity for Sitchin's argument? Do you believe that this increases Sitchin's chances of gaining followers?

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