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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. Why did Enki's son, Gibil, assist Enki in the Southern hemisphere where mining was prevalent?
2. Which god feel in love with Ereshkigal, Queen of the Underworld?
3. After more humans were made for the mines, where they eventually sent?
4. What does the divine boat ritual represent?
5. Who tempted Eve into eating fruit from the Tree of Knowledge?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did procreation change man-kind?
2. When the Nefilim landed on Earth, what was their first intention to do with the new planet?
3. How did the Nefilim group the planets?
4. Who suggested that the gods create a worker to tend to the mines?
5. How are Anu, Enki, and Enlil all related to one another?
6. Why did the Nefilim decide to go back to Earth?
7. How did Adam and Eve's tasting from the Tree of Knowledge give them the ability to procreate?
8. What was Ziggurats?
9. How did Enlil create man.
10. Why is the Nefilim planet considered the 12th planet?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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?
Essay Topic 2
The Mayans were another ancient culture that left behind relics of their society. Many people visit Mayan ruins and study Mayan art, architecture, and relics.
1. DId the Mayans have any knowledge of the Nefilim? Why or Why not?
2. How do you think Sitchin would have answered this question.
Essay Topic 3
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?
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