Anunnaki In FuhnehTik IngLish Yeeng Voiss Sownd Chahrz Iz Annunahkee

"Sumerian An = sky, heaven… Anu…was a sky-god and the chief deity, who ruled over the highest spiritual realm."

Fruhm: Anu...ancestor of the Anunnaki

In Sumerian mythology, An (in Sumerian An = “sky”) or Anu (in Akkadian) was the god of heaven, lord of the constellations, king of the gods, who lived with his wife, the goddess Ki (in Sumerian, “Earth” or Antu in Akkadian), in the highest regions of the sky…

Anu was one of the oldest gods of the Sumerian pantheon, he was considered as the father and first king of the gods, and he is referred to as the Ancestor of the ancient Anunnaki.


"…So Sitchin simply took a literal approach, equating Anu to the Sky. From there, he could easily turn “Those who from Anu came” into “Those who from the Sky came…”

1: An = Sky
2: Anu = Sky FahTr God Uhv Constellations
3: Anunnaki = ( Sky Ohr Sky God ) Fruhm Pantheon



The supreme deity of the Sumerian pantheon is AN, or Anu. In the first two letters of the Sanskrit word [An-gir-as], AN could refer to Anu..

"The name Anu or Ânava for the Iranians appears to have survived even in later times: the country and the people in the very heart of Avesta land, to the immediate north of Hâmûn-i Hilmand, were known as late as Greek times as the Anauon or Anauoi. The names of Anu tribes in the Rigveda and the Puranas can be clearly identified with the names of the most prominent tribes among latter-day Iranians." [Shrikant G. Talageri]

Brahman Brahma Brahmin

Brahman Uhv [[[]]].

"A central concept in most of the Upanishads, Brahman is defined as the omnipresent, eternal and spiritual source of the universe."

This Hindu ConsepT Uhv (Brahman

ReeGahrdEeng: Brahma:


According to the Mundaka Upanishad Brahma declared the knowledge of Brahman to Atharvan. Atharvan in turn declared to Angirasa. He (Angirasa) declared to to Satyavaha of the Bharadvaja lineage…

Brahma Brahmi Brahmanda Pikchr Uv Greater Creators Uv Thuh Divyn PLan

Frum: Brahma Brahmi WallPaper


The term Brahmin meant originally “one possessed of Brahman”… The name Brahmin was given to the first specially trained priest… By the end of the Rig Vedic period dating 1500-1000 BC, the term was used for all members of the priestly class.

The Brahmin people are a prominent community spread across the whole of India. The Brahmin are…made up of priests and scholars of Vedic literature and their traditional occupation is to concern themselves with the spiritual guidance of the people…

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