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The 12th Planet Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15, Kingship on Earth Summary

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Chapter 15, Kingship on Earth Summary and Analysis

The Nefilim outposts on Earth were completely destroyed by the Deluge, Sitchin says. The gods needed men to survive and taught them skills like agriculture and husbandry. Agriculture began in the low-lying mountains because the plains were still swamped from the flood. Sitchin claims that early grains and other plants were brought to Earth from the Nefilim planet. Advances in mankind occur at 3,600 year intervals after the Deluge, as the Nefilim planet passed by Earth, Sitchin maintains, indicating some sort of consultation with the gods of the home world was necessary to proceed. Nefilim retreated to the skies, putting kings in charge on Earth.

According to Sitchin, the Nefilim established three centers of civilization—in Sumer, Egypt, and India on the Indus River. Sitchin attributes the Egyptian pyramids to a Sumerian god and attributes raising up of the...

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