Anunnaki: The “Forbidden” Movie that Never Came to the Cinemas, Why?

Anunnaki: The “Forbidden” Movie that Never Came to the Cinemas, Why?

Anunnaki was the first film in a trilogy, which was intended to be released in 2006 with the first installment of the saga, but unfortunately never premiered, moreover, the project was suddenly abandoned, and all the publicity about the film and The same website were abandoned, although you can still find traces on the Internet if you look for, Anunnaki was never finished and if you did you will find that it never get to premiere on the big screen.

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There is a conspiracy that was spread around the film and is that the same Anunnaki was banned or censored, although the official version is that they ran out of budget.

The director and creator is Jon Gress, a director who only has a few films as a director and is not too well known, Jon in an interview revealed that he was a faithful follower of the stories of Zecharia Sitchin.

AnunnakiZecharia Sitchin said while living, having deciphered the ancient Sumerian texts and described that the ancient Sumerians had contact with extraterrestrials, which suddenly made the Sumerians become the most advanced civilization on Earth, suddenly appeared a form of Cuneiform writing in different parts of the planet, the Sumerians acquired impressive astronomy knowledge, agriculture and livestock was created, in addition formed the first social structures in civilization which have reached our days.

See-This is why the Anunnaki came to earth

 

Some scientists totally disagree with Zecharia Sitchin and assert that the theories are based on a misinterpretation of the ancient Sumerian texts.

AnunnakiAnunnaki would only have been a science fiction film if it were not because it was supposedly based on real events in the history of mankind. According to many researchers, this film could have impacted on the planet’s population by propagating a monotheism in the West to a new belief, which would ruin Darwin’s theory of evolution, could also have had a significant impact on our understanding of us And the place we occupy in the immensity of the Universe. These are some of the reasons why it is believed that the project of the film Anunnaki was abruptly closed.

Here the trailer that was on the net. How about? Leave us your comment!

 

 

 

 

 

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    I would loved to have seen this movie. probably got shelved due to the nervousness of those who knew it was a little too near to the truth!

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    Humanity is so retarded, sorry but it’s true! People have not seen God and believe in him, but aliens have seen but do not believe in them. I believe in both! I’m 100% of shure that aliens exists and I also believe that a big force who created everything (including us and aliens) exists.

    If you check the history or now in the present, leaders manipulate with us like nothing. We are like chickens on this planet. As much as chickens mean to you, we mean so much to the aliens. I can’t do nothing by myself but together we should do a lot of thinks! We should live better live than that and not only on this planet. But as I see… In our DNA is that we are so stupid that everyone can handle us.

    I was afraid getting old and to die but now I am waiting that day when I’m gonna die, because it cannot be worse than it is now here. I believe in live after death and I hope that I am gonna go on the planet Heaven or whatever it is the place where are Heaven. I wish you all good! May the force be with you, see you! 🙂

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