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    • bonbon garza

      Annunaki -templar's cross This is probably the best and most succinct explanation that I have read that puts it all together for me - go to the website.

    • Taharka Mhotep_I

      Where these culture bandits get the CROSS from..Which (did not) REPRESENT JESUS dying and being resurrected....!

    • Sally Harrison

      Note the cross on the chest of this Babylonian deity is the same as the Maltese Cross, symbol of The Knights Templar

    • Rada Vassil

      This relief in the British Museum shows the Sumerian God Ninurta (also known by other names). His father was Enlil and his mother, Ninlil.

    • Patricia Blevins

      This relief in the British Museum shows the Sumerian God Ninurta (also known by other names) in a Gateway (Stargate, Portal). His father was Enlil and his mother, Ninlil. Ninurta is very clearly using his index finger to push something on the wall. He wears two wrist devices, one used for time travel. The emblem around his neck matches the design of the Knights Templar.

    • TheLightworkers ❤️•٠·˙

      Annunaki, gods of the Assyrians and Babylonians. 1 Kings 11:4,9 ...when Solomon was old, that his wives turned away his heart after other gods: (also, the Star of David, was not. But was Solomon's Star from other gods. Acts 7:43 ...of the tabernacle of Moloch, the star of your god Remphan) More information: Join us on Tsu! The new revolutionary social network that pays you just for using it! :)

    • Jurgen Alan

      Mankind's Forbidden History Holds the Answer for the "Missing Link" | Earth. We are one.

    • Arcane Artisan

      Sumerian Gods and Goddesses - Anunnaki - with cross on chest??..

    • Kimberly Borchardt

      Annunaki details - cross necklace

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