Anunnaki Discovered in Lepakshi Temple?

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This is an ancient temple at Lepakshi and here we can see
this strange carving that shows a very unique deity. You can see that it has a
reptilian face, looking like a lizard and the hand gesture shows a blessing
posture. Watch the video below or read on.

When I asked the locals, who this God is, they told me it is
called AnuNaga. It sounds very similar to Anunnaki, the Gods well known around
the Mesopotamian region, which is in modern day Iraq. Anunnaki was worshiped by
ancient cultures like Sumerians, Akkadians, Assyrians, and Babylonians.

Now,  is it just a
coincidence that these names sound similar, or is Anunnaki being worshiped in
this temple as AnuNaga? You can see that the carving is covered with saffron
powder, which is considered sacred in Hinduism. This is because, a group of
locals, still worship this deity and perform monthly rituals on it.

I contacted them and they explained to me that AnuNaga means “those who look like snakes” – the name describing its reptilian features. The prefix Anu means “similar to” and Naga means Serpent in ancient Indian language. These people claim that this is the original form of Naga, the popular snake gods of India, who were later depicted with hooded snake-heads. The carving shows legs which are not sturdy, but seem boneless and curved, which were later exaggerated as snake bodies. They also insist that all Naga deities must be referred to as Anunaga.

The Sumerian term Anunnaki means “Those who from heaven
came down to earth” clearly describing their extraterrestrial origin.
Nagas in Indian mythology also come from a different planet, and they prefer to
live underground, building vast cities underneath the earth. This is identical
to the portrayal of Anunnaki, who are the Gods of the Underworld.

In ancient Mesopotamian texts, like the Epic of Gilgamesh,
there are only seven Anunnaki, ruling the Underworld. What’s really fascinating
is that, in the same temple we have the world’s largest Nagas carved out of a
single rock, and it also shows  a total
of seven anuNagas or snakes. Are these similarities just coincidences? Is it
possible that Anunaga and Anunnaki, are really the same Gods?

According to Sumerian texts, the Anunnaki were able to genetically modify the human race, which is possible only by altering our DNA. This genetic manipulation is depicted in ancient civilizations by intertwined serpents, which represent the DNA strands.

The pillars of Lepakshi temple show a variety of these
intertwined snakes, and each carving is different from the other.

Is it possible that these pillars show the same genetic experiments done by AnuNaki, which resulted in the creation of man-kind. All ancient Naga temples also show these DNA patterns and some even show the emergence of human beings from these DNA strands.

Are these mere coincidences or are we looking at remnants of
a distant past when Anunnaki or Anunaga landed on earth, and created these
ancient civilizations? Now, If the Anunnaki really came from a different
planet, what kind of spacecraft did they use? 
In the same temple, we can see these massive carvings of circular
spacecraft, which have baffled archeologists.

You can see large circles, which have smaller circles around
the circumference. What’s really fascinating is that we can see the exact same
figures as cave paintings, about 200 miles away. Considered the oldest cave
paintings in India, these not only show the spacecraft, but also show
extraterrestrials sitting inside the craft. Click here to see the UFO cave

Were these extraterrestrials, Anunnakis who came in flying
saucers? More importantly, are Anunnakis and Anunagas one and the same
Gods?  Please let me know your thoughts
in the comments section.

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