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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. What did the Euphrates location provide the Nefilim with?
2. After eating Atra-Hasis' (Noah) offering, how did the gods feel about mankind?
3. Sitchin suggests that when the Nefilim slave- human stopped having sex with animals and started having sex with women they became _____________.
4. Where do the gods land their spacecraft after they return to Earth?
5. What were the Anunnaki?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where did the gods witness the flood from?
2. Why did Enlil decide not to prepare the humans for the deluge and great flood?
3. What was Ziggurats?
4. What was Enlil's human son named?
5. How did the Nefilim group the planets?
6. To Sitchin, why does the number that the Sumerians consider Earth in the solar system prove that the Sumerians had contact with the Nefilim.
7. How did Adam and Eve's tasting from the Tree of Knowledge give them the ability to procreate?
8. Why is Enlil furious that Utnapishtim and his family survived the Great Flood?
9. Why is the Nefilim planet considered the 12th planet?
10. How was the length of life estimated by Sitchin?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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 2
1. Examine the theme of forgiveness among the Gods.
2. How did this mirror the theme of repentance and forgiveness found in Christianity?
3. How does Sitchin use this to tie Sumerian ritual and culture to Christianity?
Essay Topic 3
1. List and describe the five Ages of Man.
2. Next answer, how are these are these ages similar to the discoveries of the Nefilim?
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