WHY ARE WE HERE? (II) – A Scary Truth Behind the Original Bible Story Part 2…


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Date: December 07, 2020

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“This information will change the way you think about the history of humanities origins. What implications does this have for us today?

In this follow up 2020 documentary WHY ARE WE HERE chapter II Paul Wallis explores the many possible and plausible mistranslations and misinterpretations of our ancient origins. Including the creation story of the Edo People of Southern Nigeria and Benin. The Sons Of Osanobua. The Filipino story of Tagalog. Are the connections dotted over cultures, beliefs, and religious institutions all a coincidence? What are the implications of these translations? Did the Gods come to earth using Ancient Technology? What if THE BIBLE IS NOT ABOUT GOD. But about the Sky People – The Anunnaki?

In Part one here: https://youtu.be/CFKDRArS-HM (WHY ARE WE HERE? A Scary Truth Behind the Original Bible Story | Full Documentary) Paul documents the links within the Sumerian creation account: The word Annunaki, he explains, means “Those who came from the heavens to Earth,” a phrase that made clear their extra terrestrial origins.

Many of the world’s oldest mythologies claim that governance over human society began with dominance over human beings being established by superior beings or “gods.” And then the job of rulership gets handed over at a later stage to human governors or Kings..

The Bible originated from the ancient Sumerian text. Text found with the same story. Pre-dating the Biblical accounts by thousands of years. Documenting Ancient Aliens.

The Sumerian story begins with the rulers coming down from the heavens. And the glyph for these rulers is a symbol pointing to the sky! The Annunaki were from the heavens. They were sky people!”

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Ep. 144: Cinema Saves The World – Rumble w Michael Moore podcast…

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Date: December 06, 2020

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“Warner Bros. (which is now owned by AT&T, which also owns CNN, HBO, the Turner Networks, etc.) announced this week that all of it’s 2021 films will be streamed immediately on it’s new HBO Max streaming platform, bypassing the usual “window” that movie theaters get to run films first. While streaming all films is obviously necessary during the pandemic, this move is rightfully being interpreted as a death blow to movie theaters that movie studios (particularly ones owned by wireless phones companies) have been inevitably heading towards regardless of COVID-19.

What is AT&T/Warner Bros. trying to accomplish with this move? What might it mean for the future of our streaming bills (and internet bills and phones bills)? And what does this mean for the future of movies?

Michael Moore, whose debut film “Roger & Me” was distributed by Warner Bros. in 1989, and who runs two non-profit movie theaters in Traverse City, Michigan, shares his thoughts on this latest blow to the art of cinema.”

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