Were humans created to mine gold for aliens? This is what a controversial theory supports.

The Annunaki theory claims that we were placed here to collect materials for our creator. Well, kind of. How strange this would be, yet, it would answer a multitude of questions.

No matter how much you learn, you‘re still often left wondering about your existence. “Where did we come from?”, “Who are we?” and “Why are we here?” – these are a few questions I’m sure we’ve asked ourselves from time to time.

Whether you believe in God or evolution, or a combination of both, you will still be left with scenarios, options, and ideas. The idea that humanity was used as slaves, however, gives us insight into an unusual aspect of the origin of man. This idea makes as much sense or more than spirituality.

What the Controversial Annunaki Theory States

“The secret knowledge”, according to the Illuminati, is the story of creation. According to this belief, the Annunaki, an alien race from the planet, Nibiru, arrived on earth in 6000 BC. These beings wished to create a race of slaves to mine gold from the earth. The reason – to repair the ozone layer of their home planet.

According to NASA, gold would indeed be a sufficient way to repair our own ozone layer. The story, or account, of aliens being our masters, can be seen on ancient Sumerian tablets.

Zechariah Sitchin, along with other researchers, says that the Annunaki bred human slaves. The Hebrews called this slave race, Adamu, or in English, “Earthlings”. These slaves were a part of a Mesopotamian colony called E.DIN. Hmmm, does any of this sound familiar?

These slaves, led by the Annunaki leader, Nazi, traveled the world to mine gold. No wonder that scientists have found mining operations that go back hundreds of thousands of years ago, in areas such as Africa and South America.

This idea serves well with explaining the holes in anthropological and evolutionary theories, as well. It may also explain the Great Pyramids and Nazca lines in Peru. It would make sense to say that the Adamites became slaves to the Annunaki race.

Translations also tell a vivid story that lines up with the Annunaki theory. The word “Avod” in Hebrew is commonly translated as “Worship”. However, it actually means “work”. Considering the translation, Adam and his people were not worshipping God, they were working for the Annunaki.

According to the proponents of this belief, some of the Annunaki human hybrids became the kings of great nations. Their rights to rule were based on the relation through Annunaki blood. There are several individuals in the Holy Bible that are said to be of the Annunaki bloodline.

For example, Noah’s grandson and father of Nimrod, Cush, was one of the first rulers said to be an Annunaki/human hybrid. Yahweh is said to be another name for a brutal Annunaki earth mission commander who led the slave race during this time. Of course, we understand a much different meaning for the word, “Yahweh”.

The Catholic Encyclopedia says,

“It seems likely that the name of Ea, or Ya or Aa, the oldest god of the Babylonian Pantheon, is connected with the name Jahve, Jahu or Ja of the Old Testament.”

Abraham, from the Bible, was also said to be an Annunaki/human hybrid. His beliefs founded the modern Freemasonry, the Cabbala, and the Muslim Brotherhood.

The Unusual Conspiracy Theory

Now you can understand why the Illuminati elite feels they have the God-given right to make other earthlings into slaves, according to those who believe in the Annunaki theory. Well, maybe not, but it’s certainly an unusual and interesting idea, I might say.

Although the Illuminati believe the Annunaki theory, and in parts it makes sense, it’s unlikely that it’s true. Why should we attribute the knowledge of our ancients to aliens? In fact, religion itself has been fashioned as the source of much of our historical accounts. It makes sense, in order to remember our history, there must be wild and colorful stories to illustrate and drive our passions about the past.

While some believe organized religion and the story of Jesus Christ to simply be the way in which scholars presented information through story-telling, others take religion and spirituality seriously. Whether you believe any of these ideas, stories, and accounts, it is up to you! The wisest approach to conspiracy theories of this kind is to use them as a way to entertain your mind, without taking them at face value. After all, there is no evidence to support them.

One thing is for certain, some of us will always believe that humanity is a slave to the elite. Who knows, maybe we are indeed here just to mine gold and to serve another.


  1. https://www.nytimes.com
  2. https://en.wikipedia.org

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