Fallen Angels, Anunnaki, Nephelim, Watchers – The Shining Ones from Ancient Mesopotamia.The Nachash ANNUNAKI AKA = FALLEN ANGELS SATAN,THE DEVIL ,THE DRAGON The Nachash and His Seed:The Hebrew word Nachash is translated to "shine" (like brass) or whisper (as in enchantment). The Nachash was, to use literal Hebrew, a 'shining enchanter.' He was also 'shrewd' (smooth or slick), as a descriptive term in the Hebrew for 'naked and cunning' in deceiving Eve. Scripture goes on to
Al Ubaid archeological site in Iraq is a gold mine for archeologists and historians. It has yielded numerous objects from a pre-Sumerian time called the Ubaid period (5900–4000 B.C.). However, some of these objects are quite disturbing. A number of Ubaid statues depict strange, lizard-like humanoid figures in unique, unceremonious poses that seem to indicate they were not gods...
Limestone wall panel; relief; imcomplete; above: Assyrian royal chariot and attendants, two Elamite ambassadors who hold up copies of insulting messages delivered before the battle of Til-Tuba (Battle of the River Ulai); below: Elamite city of Madaktu; Elamites celebrate with music on harps, while debris from the battle of Til-Tuba floats past; inscription.
An Assyrian Dictionary from Nineveh...The words are arranged in three sets of double columns. The left hand column of each set contains a rare Assyrian or foreign loan word for furnishings. For example, the word "door" appears in the centre. The right hand column of each set contains the equivalent Assyrian word in common use. The left hand column ends with the colophon of the royal library of Nineveh. The original, found in the library of Nineveh, dates from the 7th century BC.